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t' )f O'ltiufitlUtlMiMiinn.
n.r.AKi ln.n, r..
Wednesday Morning Aug- 28, 1861.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
lull : AHSV.MIILV,
C. . KAUIiY, of Klk county.
H. .. MCKOLSOX.ofJcflcnon to.
riiR ASMiClATK JIIKH.S,
J. 1. T1I011P80N, on 'ui wcnMvillo.
JAMKS lILOOXf, oI lUoomTp.
F.DWARD l'KUKS, of Morri
ICR COVNTV CttMMISSlONKR,
JACOB Kl'NTZ, of Brady Tp.
JOSEPH SHAW, of Lawronco
FOK AIM TOR,
cwas. s. woi:iu:iiL,of('hoBt
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY,
ISRAEL TEST, of Cleurtied bor.
J. W. TOTTEK, of (Jirard tp.
Wasting More "Powder."
"A sheet filled with tho spijit of treaaon nnd
'A dOi-esBion chei t."
X ho "organ of eecossion and trowon ."
Such aro a few of the lying epithets ap
plied loathe llpublican by the junta that
controls tho JounmJ -and this, too, after
having, away back in May last, solemnly
doohired to its readers that we were not
Trcrtli the "powder" it cost to notice us.
Wo know that this newspaper war of
words is as piofitless as it is distasteful to
our readers ; but they must excuse us if
we, like themselves, feel it a duty to de
lend ourselves when attacked, and to re
tarn tho blow of him who would play the
lrt of tho assassin. We notice this sheet
for r.o other purpose
If these charges were true if it was re
ally a fact that the EejntlUean is or ever
bad been an hdvoca'.e of secession if we
favored that doctrine if wo sympathized
with tho secessionists or if wo bad any
desire to aid them iu thought, word or
tJecdit mould bo a vry easy matter for
ou.rene'nits, villifiers and tlanderers, to
show the fact. But this they cannot do.
Nor do they attempt it for the very good
reason that they know that it is impossible
to do so, and that all these charges are ns
false as sin ; but if tbey can dupe the peo
ple 60 far as to make tbtra believe they
are true, tho nafcrf assertion of them will
iinswer the purpose ns well as the proof.
Wo have said something on tho suhject
iour present deplorable condition every
week for tho last four months, and we ap
peal to our readers- Ueinocrais una lie
puUlieans-to say w .ieii.eror not we naeiinJ (be Rr0l,kt3A Rt3U, after hnv.ng been
uttered a binglo word, lino or sentence in
favor of secf-sion much less of disloyalty
to the Government, the Union, or the Cor.
btitulion ; and we defy these bamvl.es.rtod
illiliers to put their f.ngen upon a single
(sentence ever uttered by either of the ed
itors of tho Htpub'.iean that can possibly lie
construed into disloyalty. As we said on
a former occaijon, unless they do this,
tbey must stand impaled bifore tlio com
munity as tho authors of the most delib
erate and unmitigated falsehoods.
Put perhaps theie scribblers are so s,ip
;yhcaded that they cannot discriminate
between tho Goiirnmcnt and the Admtnis'
t;atio. If so, it is their fault not ours.
Tho pnople, liOAtvcr, kr.ow tho distinc
tion and that is all wo care about.
Suahf Practicf. In list we.ok't Journal,
.' efaccd by some editorial remarks, we
observo an article'copied fron Forney's
i V-jj, A portion of it, as published in
tin Journal, reads thus:
Tbey labor to brmg tho country into
di-'-iodit and to cmbarras tho operations
ol the army, ou tho plea that the Deino
cr lis havo no sy mpathy in that cauc;
wli-n thoy know that many of tho soldiers
uu ier our flag are Democratic citizens."
I'.y reforence to tho 7VofAlig. 17th
from which the above extract purports to
b.- i been, taken, wo find the paragraph
to be in the following word:
"When they kn ow that a large majority
of the 6'ildiers under our flag is composed
of Democratic citizens."
'1 his effort of "Samivel" and his honor-ubleowit-iiei'ou
and high-minded ass't editor,
to palm oir upon his readers a garbled ex
trart from the 'opinions of a brother editor, is
cir'jiinly regarded by the profosx
bene, diKlionoiable trick; but
and bis right ..nd lell-hnnd assistunUbuve':
a n.otlvo for so doing. They, in
w ith a few more of the same
cli.iuc located in our village, have for some1
t:.n used their utmost endeavors to ere-!
. .i. i,!,i thai Lr. r.n.,Btiint -
atothe impression, that to const lute aj
s.esciouUt it was only necessary to be a ,
Devuiociat : (their endeavors not being
prompted however by patriotism or love of
. i ,i i . , uf.ifiiiii rlAira m nLt:n
oountry. but by a selfish . dosire to obta.n
octroi of the county offices ;) and there-
joro, if they informocl tho peopto tnrougn paiticipaats in tho anti-slavry crusade, ; to ms peisor., wlncli hid LoaquicKsurron
the column of the Journal, that even For-, who have done the most to bring our na- der, and he was conducted down Main
am-admitted thai a Uro maiorilv" of t ion to its present peril, are the last to of. street in front of tho Eagle House, and
. 'ytlc tbfct a 1ir8 mniy ox fef their nl Ke, while they are placed within a circle, when he wa. asked
thp soldiors were Democrats, they could earnest in urging tbeir more conscr. if te regretted what ho had published, to
otso radily make political capital by native fellow nitizons to march to the de-' which be made no reply,
.(riving to str up civil Btrifein ourm'rdst ; fence of the flag. rottsrilk Standard. He as then asked to lay offhis oloth.s,
a ll.fit evict MiU 0ri 0i
. iii mlii- tatl l ti M ll r
bunl t tt r Vlil'in Slid thr- (VtlMillltinrl l
nnl that il Italian! ! nil t t mo upon llio
Initio lb l'l to tlMll tllP i ll'"il til Joll.
1ini nml ( fion new In their at-
li nu t lo divide I'"' ''ni-
i Samivi'l wlnn you and your fliM'i
friends ngnin attempt In gu.bU extinct
from otln r ptipers, try nivl i'umt up your miscreants, who i luo the daikni'i-n ofllio
trdi'Kn i irfiV Li'ltrr. .nilil Tor U.m work.
Mull IN V i r.lt N I'KNNxVI.VAMA.
' Anew Chapter in American Hintory. j ,(,,,,,,, oflh, SfW Ynrk K.pr.
ll.o Wn-l.iivtoti rono-i-pn'ntor t !. , KTns )t A H.. ,.)r lown
rhil,.,,r,u .....Wrilatoofl,,,;,,,., ;rl .. r i nt her jii.l.t.- Ih.
inbuilt, infoimsiM tl.nt tl.c AU.inn.Mru-
.i., l .l..t.n.iino.l lonuiMUTM "lhoe,
, i il,o No. tl. hid. lo .Hit yield
. ,, .
.upporl to t, Oovernnun,,
to o Ihf nasurco the AJ,n ,ra -
.... ii.oir- nvtnniii iv w t .
' tii, nnd 'vliich, by their nyniputhy with
" the South, nouiisii nt the North a feel
" ing cf Inutility nuinet the Governinorit."
Thin in the Announcement, word !or
iword ; and niont-troun as it ii in view of
tp.what has nlrcudy been dono wo don't
know that any body ought to bo aurprised
'nt it. Whntotlier net would have u more
I cot twin tendency to m ouse "at the North
!ti hostile feeling against the Government"
as thus udminist. red ? The AdminisWa
tion tnunt know that nothing could bo
more injurious; and lienco o;;r doubts
ubout the correct lies of the n-port.
WosuKHKit. ArK.iK.Tho public were
informed by t he lust Journal, that II.
Huchcr Swoope, Y..--I!'i'roul Il.I'ueh
er Swoope II. Hncher Swoope, Esii., At
Ujmoy and Counsellor at Iaiw II. lynch
er Swoope, Kri , founder of tho Itnf tomans
Journal II. liucher Swoojie, Ksq., former
ly Chairman of the American State Cen
trnl Committee II. liuchcr Swoope, V...
Ac! ic!'. do!!!-addressed a Harvest
Homo Celebration in Bradford weck-b.!-fore
last, nnd that he then nnd there deliv
ered n very stirrii addre so annimakJ
that it actunlly moiv. our excellent friend,
Major V. Ii. Holt, (whofo -fi';i is not a
pound less than two hundred !) entirely
oft" his seat as one of tho Vice Presidents,
besi les setting in motion c vein! of the nu
dienco. When will wonders caa'e?
Hut joking aside--Major Holt inforuw
us (and whose veracity iI quits equal to
that of II. Huuher Swoope, Esq.) that the
understanding among tho rannnpers of
this celebration was, that political distinc
tions and questions were to be entirely ij
nvrcd for tho purpose of guarding against
the possibility of thereby disturbing the
harmony of a soda', gathering of the farm
ors of that industrious neighborhood ; nnd
when II r. Swoope closed his uddross, with
his ut,uil stereotyped spread eagle perora
tion, Majnr Holt nn that it had given of
fence, and he "left his scat" for tho pur
pose of rest-rcing the ycate, and for which
purpose his traducer, perhaps more than
any other person, ought to bo thankful.
Free Speech and Free Press.
Within ti e last two weeks some six or
seven newspapers have been suppressed
by order of tho Administration, and
about the same number by King Mob. -The
New York Journal of Ccmmcree. Daily
ynrtDay Jlok-twd Frennans (.) Journal,
presented" by the U. S. Grand Jury,
have since been declared contraband, nnd
tho P. M. General has ordered the P. M.
of Now Voi k not to permit them to go
into llui mails.
Tho Christian Olsmcr, a New
Presbyterian pnper in Philadelphia, was
suppressed, and the office, Ac, takeu in
charge by the U. S. Marshal.
The JrjFcrsonian, the Democratic organ
ul West Chester, nfter having been as
faulted by a mob, was uppres?d by the
Marshal on Friday last.
This much under the eobr of law
The Standard at Concord. N. H.: Dono
ernr Banor. Me.; Denwrat, Haverhill, ball, the editor ot the t.ssex Louiny iiem
' t- . v ; v .i nml ocrat, published in that town, had ren-
Mn...; Eaaton Ajarwrf, , fusion Argus and d j j ,f Oi.oxiou9 by hi, alleged
Jefersonuv,. at Wes Chester, Pa. and t ho , ' intiiscreet editorial ccmmeVs
hnnoerat, CanUn, Ohio, were eucl, as.a ,1- e t . rP,ml,licns.
cd by a mob and more or less injury done. . nrtPrfcpU,ig that Mr. K. had
8-iy-ALOR oi-Agitatohs. The Hon. . I.
Hickman lus been the frequent subject of ,
..;., r..,. H..n..Llir..n i,ui,..r for!
Irs alleged boldness and vigor. He has
latclv "iven full evidence ol the latt.r
. " T . ,i t . .. .i
tl.a.t.thOUg.ias pt. o,f,er we
saysomucu. tnr.y . c u...o
remarkable unexpected start from Wash-
incton for home and does not appear to
(ill Imi in ii. rntm n n i i vn rmifin
have thought it safe to return yet. Hick
man was one or tho class w no laughed the
fears of disunion to scorn last fall ami was
IVBIBUI UlSUlllUII I.'' "v"i .
very valiant in telling what he would do,
' . .
if such an event occurred.
Can onv of our friends point out afingle Mr. Jiodhsh and oiners, wno ioor w.m.
instance w here any ol those w ho w ere carriages in Main street and drove rap
loudest in contempt for the South, in the idiy to the residence of Mr. Kimball. I
late political campaign, have given any ev-1 On entering tho carnages the cry of
idciico of their valor r Where is Chandler,
the 'blood-lettinu' senator from Michigan?
W iemsrsl' i nrr snn. Sin th and
Ueecher.the pioneers of Abolitionism.who
be without the South ? Where, oh, where
are they T tven our own Lampneu, wno,
in a fit of desperation, threatened to ro -
(Jq follow tl)e
fortunes of the flag. They are snugly fix -
ed in tl eir comfortable home parlors, or
are patriotically serving their country, to
1 the tune of largo salaries, and plenty of
( .rkin wh2reveV you moV( ou
j will fiud lliat the most ranting, furious
i uivfl -nrnvoii' inr i ni vppv i una niifi nrrn- ucu-u iiiuu ... iir.j ... Hv...u. , . . .
inn .! ....;.'. ii.i. -e i ..ii ii i.. ' ...,i t.i'nMfoit In n.oot o form dab O a The society wisliei to encourage tne railing oi lies group ol flowers in worstoa.
--IBIOII! n llru Uie liuir, liuiliuuu, uiccij, . ... ,, .jl.. l..( .n!mn .,f Kmlimiilur in wnr.l.il
"Samuel" i. Seward, Wilmot, Giddings, Wade and force, and were therelore unable ,'. C,Sa.(i.-Ridina. Carriage. Draft and Best specimen of F.mbroidery in Lace,
Chase, who gave the rebel Chieftains food ,trol it., ueorge donnsoii, i-.sq., ! Farm Horses I Host spocimen of Embroidery in Muslin,
wim WHICH U) lire VUW ouuliivi 11 urnri, v wv . ... f v. . - ft dchi iuiri ninuo vy ubb uiiuvr J jri. 01 nge,
. ..i . i t i. i it ii.. . . . i, i. . - ui nmi i a n.i nnu ni i na kiiiiiisii-i mis iji iuoi - i t . i l- i. . i . i i- .. 1 in r
: r I and told us in lengthy arguments, how raper, and Dr. J . C. now, appeared, arm-, . - . - - - f t rut(.ling ,,, Wcnding, .
kidney, a ;,.,,, b ,1,n ar.U w.011l(l ed with revolvers: but tbey wee summa- Hest matched carriage hone., JounKon I Rest speciineu of Leather work,
th May nf th. tor.b
lt..l. I.M tl to mil. I h.,ti. I. l.ukil,i tut!
I I .til.!-, in ll mm I'i nm nirihn
. ...... a n v.i I nr in nil,,., ...iinTiMii.
ni ' i'iiim ''I I " " ' " - mmii'ii-m ,
oil in Mni hiin'tt", nn. I t ha other In
.tin, I n , h Intnoliid I v a r.nnpon
di nt of thr Nf Ym I. ;.,. . Th law
Im inls in tin fiin'-i l tln V.l t lirMrr
.l.ji'.i ,.,...i,pi-Hiintlii r IVtn.Htnlli' pnpi-r
were, mso in nii nvm. iiciroyni -'
tiliiht hist r i-i k, l.y n Lund nf cowardly
fo-no oi n mon (irnwiui n.ou orip"
V"" ""n.i'ce- iH.iwi.rn to.
! ",S: ii.o ,U " n Co V
Means. 1 no I 'i'. noc. in iit-ld a coiiiny
c- , li011 , ,y ftllornoo,,t which
CcA J,, hn.on o,,k o, o .ul
icoumo in llio Into extra sesMon of Lon-
gress, nnu ,o n i ne some jiom.eu ..-.
1 . . I
III ll-U'it.lli-ll IIIU UdllllllinUIUKIIl. '
the meeting wan declared ndjourned, the
tie meeting wan cleeJnrca ndjourneu, uie
Kev. Mr. Mitchell, of n.illipiburgh, N. J.
.l , lL.r.i .W.l..,t l.ut
i i i 'i-i- J! v!r!iited
prohibited 1 Ins naturally cren te d
e.nent, and u sort ol personal war-
fare was kept up among the crowd U
evening when a large "kVl
"? """"'".V. "'M V" . . "
(;. in ctligy. 1 Ins j
gone through with, the;
his residence and dem
in e wu luiuiin.iui'ii.
The Col. having satisfied then, of bis
pntriotisin. ami tho spirit oi niouoonu y
democratic paper, and thence tho ciowd
rushed, and breaking open tho door and
w.mJows. they soon laul tno eso.o.is..-
meiit in rums, or, ns tlio pi.raso goes,
'cleaned il out." The work ot clestrue-
tion being complete, on they marched for '
the Argus ollieo the properly ot Col.
Hutter. ex.Pot.n-Btcr-wl.jch wn soon
broken into, mid the kIo.ious woiK ot
"convincing a man against his will" com.!
menced-but it was linally voted io sua-
t.end operations here for twsnty-four
hours to give one, of more luval stripe oc-
cupyina thestorv nbove.a chance to move
.... .Tf. f..i ii,. t,r i.i r..ruim The
UUl U. .Ul ll. . . - ... .
next in order was ex-Senator JtioudheaiJ.
I iha mob. iiell mcll. to
tlie residence of that gentleman nut no
um mil. tn ln rilllL' it nnninnL' IH1Q ll.O
.- 1 I . ..... . 1. ...i.i.. .
rowdies lounu mm, not ui.iy ih.iik uuun
1,1 mvn "vine nnd fii! tree." but under
the folds of the Stars Stripes, which grace-
f.illv floated from the window above him
thus litterally proclaiming "his house
his castle,' where "nono shouiu moiwt
or make him afraid." A few words from
tho lloh. ex-Senator, and -?iun the mass
moved on to the rcKiden-'e of Colonel
Huiter and demanded ll.o Stars and
The Colonel being absent, on his amia
bl'j and excell
elU ni wife devolved the dn'y,
I,. ,f '-n.tr,,. TirnrN Lefuff
ly of casting pcnris oei.n
.J ..'i ..i.u ,.
II 11 Ull I UV1 1 Wtut nuu nwwiw . -
made to Boat upon the breeze
by the presence of. mob. The
ho Programme was Wstiict At -
" J ...... -i 'i - r,.... i,.f.ni l,t .e.
was u.siiia eu iii.u a it" . i"i.m. -
"...i ..i i... xt. n.
Cllkiiu reiiiiimi mi ii'"''!;
ler. The order again wi.8 given, "tin to
Porter's." A halt was soon made in iront
one of the oldest and mozt exalted citi -
.. ,.lthHn.l iiotwith -
t.U no J 4 VUI VV ll i mvt '"'-- - - -
standing th fact that he was ill and con-
fined to his room, a harrcnguo ironi mm .
erlheless demnndetl. In obedi
ence thereto, one of the accomplished
daughters of the judge made her appear-
anceat the window, and in language
moBt chaste and bei'titilul, assured tho
tl... niinrect folds of that tbltf
unfuiled by her or her family at the be
hest of a mob.
The firm and eloquent little speech wa(
too much ever for the mob spu it and
quietly, and almost silently, uie demon-,
st ration bioke up at-d the uisiuiuoih oi
the pence toon alter repaired to their
homes, to reflect upon, und 1 doubt not
to regret, the work they had been enga
THK MOB AT HAVERHILL, MASS.
We find in the Ros'.on Traveller (re
iiubliennl a letter detailing tho proceed!
ings of the mob at Haverhill, Mass., on j
- Monday night. Il appears that Mr. Kim-j
been frequently ol lute inrcuenea wiin
violence, proceeds with his narrative:
For fcverni days there had been inti-
mation given ol a "lorward movement,
, f which the edHor w.is fully aware, mid
i..A.,-.:ai,lltAat t-att a U'lirn tlinPft Inttrt
t .i., I.... .,.li.n,,a U'hlsli Ilia. ...
mo. oi uie -J " i Tobc hddtlt the barouvh of Cleartuld Rawing.
entire household bore tur the u-nioii and, ' , ., v , , -, . r ,
for iu bright and glo.iou. e.nllem, but! on Turfiliy, U . Jncsday 1 hurshu, Uv No. lo.-Jm ami UrealFuod
wished them to understand thnt though; ! Friday, the .th, Ut h, 1 , th td Hest 3 Loaves, of wheat Hread, .Dipln
the house should be rczeed about them.1 Sth days nf Octnhrr, A. 1)., lSOl. Heft Loaf of Corn Hread, - lo
pointi, syiuinstry of frame, ubility to fatten,
. - - -, "-,.;,
h. uu tfc um iiuhvonvm
points. Mr. Kimball was evidently aware
that "something was brewing, and nt a-
- ; bout hall past eigin, ociock, paeu o..i
, Merrimnc ureti iuo .,
panied by several of bis Imnos, among
: whom were George Johnson, Ksq., of
i .1 r 1 .. T f IIahi M f Tin tit An
ijuuuiitu, ui. . ..... .....w..
mo v-ua ruisru, m.u .........j ..v........
point a crowd oi peopio centereu m
Street. lOIIOWinil 111 swi-k uursun,. '
riving at bis residence the authorities or
rily deprived of them, and Dr. II -w quite
severely umu eu, eo ns, ,; ,1U,IP
, anco homo, while Mr. Johnson made a
1 reUe.t to his residence in Prad-
Mr. Kimball was loudly called for, but
not appearing, the crowd entered tho
house and seized him. He drew a revoN
f ver, which waa tho signal for presentation
, of a half a dozen by his captors, pointing
lu-t1 lie t.lv1l n ,riif.l o Mr
Ptiwn 1 Ibr r"r(iln il..ii.. Mr. I't"n
inip.l Mul In tin Inlnlir-W "nii"l
. ( i,,,,,r ,, tin ,,.,, it.,.i.a
-. . a . I ......
thM Im wt ni l bt Ii Iiim I v tusking dn
m k iinw lilr in el f Imp otl'i and
ptoniiltn iiotM birth" tniltngo " f''1.
litnenl ill tin- i-ntntnutiity, Tin lie dei'lu
In il to do, ntitl being ipqiiealnl to rrinovn
,H t'tollit lio . t'lm-injr them, Willi
vinteh, In rha.go of Mr. I'.tmvn.
j()l ,nvvol!,) Jlf ,Vi oomjilflcly cuvrrs
P, r. itl. n c.mt of t.ir nm l(tlii'i, nlirr
w liicli, Itfiiijf tno.intoil on a rail, or "ili',
ni ronvn.;,l n Mornmnfl mmm in l.om
of llio ollioo r ll.o Domocmt, nml cliu'ct-
.'irJri 3 tttho nrt.wl,lcl,
,h0 mmtl IIIOVP, ,
'' ll0 w" llowc, l
.i,i.,,,.i, t u-lirn lie nenin
- k I , 8I. I
ncl, of ieoro J..I,.,.o.., Kkc,.. who
' i ..,,!..., r.rtUom.
was called out, but the nature ol tno cxer.
VQ WB,.e to Ienrn.
A 1, ... ...
inniini to town, n halt wan inntie in
, ... c,. i n .u ,ni,.
tront of the hngle House w hen t he que
tion ,vns again mibmitted, if lio legtel
i-conduJu to which he replied m the
fi . w) liy t 0CU, ho knelt
ft" rml" . ... ' ,? .,. MW1,i i
g "-n and
nflir. "lio.. S -l n. sorry that I have
,.i.iiai,n,l wl.nt I have, and 1 ln-omise
I nil will never a.ain writo or publish
n.tic.esng,i,Vt thi. North..,.! in tavorof
- secession, no uelp me Goil. Alte. tliisie
., ,- ,,
was conducied tn hw home
h conducied tr Ins home.
I'hus ended-one of the most unfoi tu-
jtsI(1NA0N 0K Kk'v." Jno. Pois.u..
f,m!,iv IVesidi.,!; SI-
Uer ol the uiiiumore v on.e'ci.ur, .t.
terly in charge of a congregation in the
Ic- Qf -uw York.hns lesigned his charge.
resignation he says :
, , ,i
In the bitter feeling of nl.e.mt.on and
almost incurable bate now existing in the
public mind, I have found it require.!
far more courage to preach peace than .vir.
at.u you win ueur me anw. ......
stcadfasllv adhered to mv ;iUf iose, whilt
, ,. ., ,, , . ... .1..
.1. , - ' V-
sieauiasny ,i....-i -u iu ...y ,.u,,,..,
aliiio.1 every otner pu.pu in
wes fulininating the most terrible ana-
inemas ngitnisi. uie nouui.
eving. as I dl, that the condition of
ll .1 j i ,,, l.
irld cannot be made better l.y con-
I the Christian pulpit into a polui -
' f Im u-ni-
, cnl arena, I have never, in this city or
elsewhere, introduced politics or war into
the snored desk. I acknowledge no ulle-
giance u -ew j.nginu.i i ui n..nir..., ...
church or state. Hut in maintaining my
consistency and the rectituue oi my pun-
ciples, 1 iiave been assailed ny nn aoon-
tion press ; tho wors-j than midnight ass&s.,
I""'! who HUM nut inn uuu.Bjii; w ii.i-v.-i .uu
: fce to face, has clandestinely pursued me,
and even the question of personal safety
"'Hi of the "parsonage and church,"
i " . ,.,..
has been a subject of aniiua lversioiig a-
( . .
penman aim exe leu mu,.
I r inding therefore that I can no longer
, T'" "'y rrofitable to you I have
concluded togiveplace to any other pas-
.tor who. in your judgement, may be bet
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Mer adnptea to the pecuiinruy oi ineumes.
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pie. I slial. tlndly re'tirn to the comer
ot my borne, and link my .Utii.y
lW Ull her fortunes, for w eal or n oe, 111
; peace or war,
. A (; j. j (, v Tr tj X A h SOCIKTY.
ELLIS IUWI.V, President.
). F. ETZWF.ll.K.it, Secretary.
Levi F. Irvin, C!or. Secrctai-y.
Ja.mks Vriulky, Trcnsiucr.
John F. Wkavkr, Librarian,
(ien. A. M. Hii.i.s, Marshal.
W.M. Tkn Eyck, Chief of Police.
Fees for Admission, Entry Fes,i-c.
Single nd mission, - - - 15 cts
Children under 12 years, - 10 "
TiokotH for u single day, - 25
Single ticket lurin Fair - 50
Tickets for it family, to admit
lady and gentleman and .5
children under 15 years,
For trotting premiums, each
, , , ,n ,
Class No. l-Sa-eepstakes, open to all compel
sAfii rol wil It
910 oo . .l l.est iiii.i, no
come together in this class, and
..,.t. ,. litst l.oai oi n;e urea.., - "'-
compete with each other. To be judged by their' Rest 10 yards of Flannel,
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.d the .toek they will produce.
f. .op .-r 9 .
Most Cow, $10 00
Ilest Heiffer, & 00
2d He.t calf under
2d Hest cow, $
Hest Cnlf under
8 months old, 3
8 months old,
Dadd'i CaUte Doctor.
Class No. 3. Oxen.
9, lt.l " litis
" Dndd' Cattle Dodo", and
Class No. 4.
Heat fat Bullock, Cow or Heifer over 2
years old, - - - - - $5 00
24 best do do liadd' Cattle Dnrtor, i. 1 00
CASS No. 5. Thorough bred Horses open
nest Bullion, $15 00
Rest Mars A Colt 10
2d best do &
2d best do
The nremium. in this class are Intended
Best single family horse, la harness, Fou
att on the Hort, and -
Best Span of Draft horses or mares, Fou
nd on the Hurte, and
Best Span of Farm hones, or mares, )ou
att oh the llortr, and -
Best Gelding, or Mare, for work, over 4
year, old, Youatt nn the frr, and
Best Colt under 2 year, otd, Youatton the
A rn, hnn.i whnsA tifti tirr e. ronnor mem worinv.
Ine Jlornr. snu - - - - s vu
i iiortr., null - - - -
The bono that moves tne neaviesi loaa
on a Stone Boat, without a whif,
Found on the Horn, and
Class No. 7. Trotting Horses open to all. j Beit Ambrotype ukon on the grouad,
Best time Sin I, trotting in single bar- Hest Photograph taken on the ground,
ness, FotMiii on th Hone, and 30 00 Best Writing,
So premium will be paid unlet. Five entries, Beit Ornamental penmanship,
ore mad. Bach bore to Hit against time, i Uft Architotural Drawing,
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I'm! tr"MIi Imro n.ti, i n ti-t mMt,
) ..,,..'1 i t f W It- tr,
flr.l tti'lll'iR nt Mint", In HnU tiit-
f,rit, ' mill i n f r ff.i'l-.
ImI tmlllm nlr nf kotm, it in nt i.. In '
l.in.., ..MMfi an A -.ii.
Jli- -m In k li"t". r tiinif, 'In i.)
Ilnl nlkl'H ti'tp, ntliinrr, .In itt,
1'i.Hn No. 9. Slitrp i""' Hi".',
tlp.t Hii(k,iitiytiriiil, '..rw :-.....( J2 '
lli'M Ki, miy liri.pil. ! 'In il" 2 I"
IIM 3 Hirrp' fnlli nnl f.it inHllmi, 2 l'
!p-t 2 l.ninli', 2 (l
Hint Klffi-f f W'hiI, . I 00
licit hpcrlnii-n nf wol, - Dll-lonni.
j Ci.s No. 10. Swine, oj'fn to aV.
licet Hour, nnv l.rceJ,
Viu t'nrmtr'$ Atanvtl, nil t 00
licit Jir'cmnit row, nny lircod
lYnrrfc-iirr, nnd 2 UU
!; , W";;r "'I'
Hcpt 1' i? Hndr 8 montht nlit.
Cum No ni7()u
Illsl CnP Pprin,, Clilcko,.., rot 1
(riipr. and 2 00
ei than 6, 1 00
, Mt liKPly of Cl.iok.n,
. 1 00
C lass No. 12. I'lnwvta.
- . ...
,0w (lf , nnd ,,, ,
Hi ,,Wp Brenn swnrd the Lest.
) oiiiiy farmer Manurl, Bnu 3 00
Owner of loam nud plow who plows stuliMo
tho best, Atlrn' farm llimk, and 3 00
Ci.ahs No. 1.1. 1'lou.s, Jlollcrt aiul Drills,
Jlarron'S and Cultivator.
ltect plow fur stiilihle or sward, - 2 00
llrnt P.ih-soil plow, liany'i Fruit Warden, X I 00
lifHt Side Hill plow, - 1 on
lKut Cullivntor. 1 00
licit Cloil Cruslior end ItolliT comliinoj, 1 00
IlfBt drain Drill, Allen Farm Hm,l;, A 1 00
ilrnt llorno Knke, $1 00 I Host Hcaperand
Itont Corn ril.clli-r. 1 00 Mower, . 00
lii'st Threshing mu- I liert Corn planter I 00
chinp, - .1 00 Uost Fanning Mill 2 00
lii'st llav-l'itcliinir Mntl.i.io. 1 00
Hcut Ox Yoke unit Hows, - - - 1
licit Stulk or Straw Cuttir. - - . 2
Ii... ll 1 r... n l l, o
litest Orij;iiiiil Invention of Agricultural
ait-nii j"ioc i unn ivi it:iiL-ii un'orvi.
Implement. - - - - . 5
nthe county, hul produced upon exhibition,
uiui iiuuii.iiiii-'i in till iiuni" Hill mailt'
worthy of it, will be awarded a Iiipluinn,
(.'lass No. 14. Miseel'.iineous Farming Im
Ilest l!ee Hivo, $1 00
Jiett I'olnlo Hi(.r iO
Hi-h't 0 lliiii'l rnken 1 U0
Uest Stump Puller .1 00
Ilert Oruiu Cradle, 1 00
i.eFfc ,ui ui unnii-iiiii ion..
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; ul-t.il.. ..n-no.l I.w r.-n.r 3
Class No. 1-3. Wheat, liarlaj, ( orn, d c,
rieft Acre of winterwlient, Farm, if- Ward. d. $3 00
Acre of PPrin? wheat,
.-Imirir,,;. Ailrtrultiiriit I Viranit 3 00
, A,Hrri, A;ridtri,t 1 year, mid 3 00
Uest Aero of Corn, .t'u Aj. 1 ye'ir, nnd 2 00
Heft Field of Hurler, n.,t than 3 ucres,
4i'n't,iii Ayrirnlturitt 1 year, and 2 00
Heel Acre of O.itf, Am'n A'i. 1 yur, and 2 00
Hi-st Aero of ltyc, An'ti A'j. 1 yc.r, audi 00
Hert hnthol ot Com ear, ' ' "
Heat 3 ncresof Huckwhent," " " and t 00
Ilest bu-'uel winter wheiit, ' ' " " 1 00
Rett lusLel fprinjf di) " " "
lirsi 1 U'tB oi l'oisioe
j Het i acre of Ucan.,
cre of Clover .c-l, "
i ;t J acre of Hro.m. Lorn,
IWt acre of siri;liiiin.
. J , ...
j i"ai ( mil- "1 I I'll,
Heft i ncre of Kttiab pa.
litest i hushel of Timothy leed,
IJet J acre of Carrot..,
Het i aore of Turnips, .
Crop, being cijunl, preference will he given to
thofo that yield tho largest not profit. State
ments to bo furnished by tno exhibitor. Thev
- must hs measured, or weighed, and
( uirnisiien at tno tair.
- , Applicants for tireiniuins must furnish the coin
mi-tee with a statement tinned by tkem-elve,
under a bledge of veracity, of the quality of gram
rained on tho ground onteicd for a premium,
mutt state, as correctly ns theycan. the kind
condition of the previous rrop; the kind nnd
quantity of jed used, nnd the time and nude of
pulling it in the ground.
Her-ions cote Ing field C'ropi for exhibition, or
intending to do so, may givo notice to the Kxec
uiive Committee nt nnv time, nnd have the tield
measured and examined by a committee,
Rest Pound. Siu.iue, Fruit, Jelly. Collee
Ladv and Plain Cake, each a do
I Rest Pie, any kind, Dip.
j Heit Jelly, Dip.
I Rust Ice Cream, Dip.
.lost display nf
Preserves & Jelly
Class No. 17. Hatter and Cheese.
INs( 10 pounds of Hutter,
Hest Firken of S lbs., or more, of Hutter
made in May or June,
Class No. IS.Flaur.
Hest Harrcl of Fl uir,
Rest DMl lbs. of Flour, Spring wheat,
Hest 50 lbs. of Rye Flour,
Rest 60 lbs. lluekwheut Flour,
Rest 60 lbs. Corn Meal,
Class No. 10. Jhmestie Articles.
Rest Hox, or Jar, of Honey,
Rest 10 pounds of Maple Sugar,
Ilest Peaches, put up Air-tight,
Rest Tomatoes, put up Air-tight,
Rest Hlnckberries, put up Air-tight,
Ilest Currants, put up Mr-tight,
' Rest Fancy Jar of Pi -kles,
I Hest (Jallon ,vrup, Mrtple r Sorghum, each,
- . (,jt VunA n'am'cookl,tt . j
1 Rust Dried Heef, with mode of curing, 1
Class No. 20. Domestic Manufactures
. !! . 1 0 yards of Sattinet,
Rest 10 yard, of Cloth.
Kent pair of woolen Blankets,
500 Hest 15 yards of woolen Carpet,
! Hest 15 yards of Kag Carpet, wool chain,
00 . lies. 15 yards of Hag Carpet, cotton chain,
Rest Woolen Coverlet,
Rett Woolen fringed Mitts,
00 . Ho"' Hearth Hug,
Hest pair of woolen knit Stockings,
Rest pound of linen Sewing Thread,
Hest specimen of Knotting, Knitting or Nee
dle work, by Misses under 12 yti. of age 60
Rest pair of cetton knit Stockings, 50
Best pound if Stocking Yarn, 50
Hest Foot Mat, 60 I Ilest Tidy, 50
Rest Straw Honnot, 50 Host Straw Hat, 50
Class No. 21. Xeedle, ShcQ, Wax work, d'-e.
only. Best specimen of Needle work,
lies specimen oi iseeaie work, on .Hue lime,
Best sbecimcr. of Wax Flowers,
Best specimen of Feather work,
Hest specimen of Ornamental work,
OS ! Class No. 22. Dress Making and Millinery.
Host Dress making, $1 00 Best Millinery, 1 00
Class No 22. Artistic work.
Hest Painting in oil, Diploma.
nest Painting in water colors,
licit Portrait Painting,
I Hest Landscape Painting,
' Beet Cattle Painting,
1 Hest Ornamental Painting of any kind,
I llnul Tlu .wn. I.l'.n ... tU. nmiK. .t
St '.'I i.
i l t t I "l It Hi
IIkr ..ai. M.- H'nl 1.
vl Di-.ii-n t I' In . .o,
Il.-M ii-.icn f. t li j tl' in..,
lr ii- n l-t l!l.-, ., .)t
nl IfM limn i " I. ,,
I f tt y.
1 1 " t ( i nkln Fn r, r. ..'kI i i r-.i
!l l-. ('inking Mtinc, n.i. iri '.,
.". I Im-.i t ' r.i.k i ti j; H'.vr, I i.r t(,,.'
I'.H 1'iirli.t Kl",
Id l'"l 1'iitlur Hi.ivt,
llt'lt I'll"! Il'll. I 1'M'f,
7J I . ui1 l.'.ift lr m I'tnf. ,
1U'1 i oi-inii n Jul nt Tunmro,
I y ui. i,
?l l'i ."t dn d'i ,1
l!l il ..?ir.rn of Blnckimitliins.
It to 1 1'1"1 fn
iK-n niocimi-n oi wunrniltbmir,
Itest bpocimtn cjf Inm Turning,
Host HhuHcr Iluth,
ltusl l'lntn ontinc ,
I """"Il k
Unit Orifiiunl lni ntin in tin counlr
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muiuitiirtiiri.il in tbn county. A llii.loit, " V, tl""
nwanlml lor nny tt tho aUv. ttil-l,.tCd
tion, without rigird U wh.r it u BbN,i
IIt diiplay of Table nnd Puckct Catltrt Vy 'i
I oi Aincr.cnn iuunu.fiolure, " I . ,UM1;
Most dmpliiy l lidifi'J Tool.., X
Jli-st iliiiplsy of Karinini; nml Fii-U vli
Class No. 20.-
Iti'Kt Fantiiy currUge 'j
Hit fnrin Wilson 4
!i't bmi.lier ili'd 2
ltuct Vhielbnrrow, I
I,.. . ., "" 2 i.
iiorio Chi 1 T-omi, fl!
1 m. i
liwn or m
A Diplomu mnv lx nivnrd-J for lrtjc(
elms not iniuiufni'turuil iu ll.o ouuiitv.
t LASS No. I
I'.i'ft DruiNliig ll.ireiiil $
llriit l.tunh'i'. I
Host set of Chairs, 2
licet variety of Chain, 2
IlcHt pet l'lirlorTurn'e,
it.,t iw:1" '
llcst J.ookinc -elii.1." fiu'el Rent nir,.r.i .
llrl rllNl.IiiV i.f (-uliltii.t.wp. 1.-. "'' IMM.
- VHKD1U.I, J
.r - urn. ay i ,J,I.;....
00 Class No. 28. t'("ii rim. Carpnttcr;.. J
00 u r n:
ft i. 'l' . ' ure,
vu n.l.,.F ftnirri I
Ilest window-Mind 1
test Lot of nil-
Uest Ut ufBmii
00 it.,,,c. .,; m..-..uro,.
if '-'i- -o. J. Imols una tuirtlrn Vq
- . .
i!et 4 t..lks celery, Dip
He'l J ba, cnrrt.1.
Heat G head cnblmjro .'iSc
lloft 2 do I'ollullow'r.jOo
liesl half bushel table potato..
Ilest rpiart of wiinlsrr bean,
Kent variity of Squash,
: Rent variety of inelou.,
1 00 i Jtent Sweet 1'oUtos.
Host half bushel of Tomato.i,
All veget hies muit havo been raiiei ii J
Class No. 30.
Curricn, SaJJkrt j,,, Ci
Ilest tientlemcns' Hoots and S'koes,
Heat l.ndys' Hoots and Shoes,
Kent display of Hoots and thn.,
Ilest Travelling Trunk,
He'.t Tug Harness,
Best Curringn Harness,
Rest Single Harness,
Rest Killing Hridle und Ma-tingnle,
Rent Ocntlemnne' Hilling SnddUi,
Rest Ladys' Hiding Suddle,
Best display of .'nddli ry,
U''St Sole liCither,
Deft I'iu!:-"! "Thess.
Best display of any ktud of Leuilier,'
Rest Kobe uindo by exhibtlur,
Class Na. 21. 7b."W u:l V.f,
Hest Suit of Clothes mud by hnnj,
Rest Coat mado by a l.udy,
Heft Iluek .Malra.-'s,
Ilest Hair Mntrns,
Kosl Straw Matrass,
Class No. 22. 7'n'nfii.; .;i w..
Best Handbill, Dip. I Re,i Hi:,k, ;
Host Curd. D p. He.-". N ,
Host Ornamental Printing, 1
Class No. 2.'!. St e-v-ire.
flest Urnin Tile,
Class No. 34.
Hen Fire llrirl,
Chemicals ar.d VhenmU-
(ion in the cjnr,y.
Rest available Manure at m i U'ratn cost,
Rest available Manure for Farm l'.u'lucti, l
Rest avuilablo mutenulfor tilue, H
Rett Linseed Oil, lr
Rest Tallow Candles. irl
Hest .Specimen of Soap, I
! Rett Writing Ink, Ii
Class No. 35. U'ooJ cud &.'Ht.
Hest Dressed Stone, $1
Host Grind-Stone, I
Rest Hutter Ladle, 50c
Rest Hutter bowl, 50c
Hot Split or Shav
ed llojps, 50c
Dest Shingles, $1
Hct M'lISue, i
Hi St Fluor binds,
Hest w. il)crl"ii, 1
Rest rl'iirn, Jl'
will be rorcir.iKik'
for all article! of merit exhibited Iv ihkIitj
in nil the various branchei, and it ii ty1
general nxliibition will be made.
Vnr nil t mfir.ivntii.iri I . m, f',,1 tn I ! Vnrin.ML
J JJJ I having valuable properties, discre.icnary put
1 00 riln. ,nv ,...1lnlnuhl;nl L . ,1.. .'..mmilij.
1 W ' and awarded by the Hoard.
I Class No. 20 Natural MirtrraL
I The best suit of useful Minerals of Clnrldl
1 ys county, including coal,
l0 The best Cabinet of Minora! of DcarleM
il) I nnd adjoining counties, to l I'18 rroP-
I erty of the Society,
'0 : The best Limestone,
60 ! The hest Fire Clay,
I The hest Potter's Clay,
M The best Collection of Fobs Is,
00 i The best suit of t'rystaliied Mineralj,
Claps No. 37. rm(.
The hest display nud greatest variety m
Grafted Apples, summer and
Frui,, naiiH'd nnd arranged, "
1 ho best display und greatest varir (
Pears, named and arranged, ( '
The best display and greatest vari'tj ,
Pcnches, named and arranged, i
Harry' 'mil 0
The best specimen of Annies. 1 rerk, do
1 00 i
50 Tin he. I culliirtion nf Plnnis.
" The host collection of Cher.i..,
The best collection of Ouinees.
Host specimeu of Foreign Grapes,
Best specimen of American Grape
Rest spccimt n of Currants,
Hest specimen of Oooseberrie., J
Hest specimen ofHlackberries,
Hest specimen of Seedling Grapos raised i.
county, and worthy of culture, .
Best specimen of Domestic Wine,
Class No. 38 Horsemanship, '
To the Lady thnt manages her horse belt
and oti most gracefully,
To the Gentleman who msnnges hil horn
best, and sets uio-t graci fully,
The best display of horsemanship, not lef
than live courlo. . ,
The best drivine? on the Course, ly LsdJi.
The best Company of Cavalry,
The best Company of Infantry,
The best Hand, with Brass instrumer.U,
Tho best Martial Hand,
The best 10 Singers,
Class No. 39. Xurscnei.
The best Nursery, containing the frrattj
variety of Fruits and Shrubs, cuihva te.
In tho most approved manner. (tn
i hiWtor lo furnish wriiten dccrlr"' ,
stilting variety and mode of "'i'"; -
Tho Second best do Harry F
Class No. 40. General List.
The best display A preatcstn.iety nlo"i
The best display t grentest variety i w
The best display of Floral 0rnamvi v
The best bonnet, with Laolle, j.
The best hand birj iet,
a tony i
o lit 4