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Wednesday Morning Aug. 28, 1861.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
roil ' ASSEMBLY,
C. K. E A li LY, of Elk county.
NICK OLSON, of Jefferson CO.
Ton ASSOCIATE JUDGES,
J. I). THOMPSON, ofCurwenHville
JAMES BLOOM, of Bloom Tp.
EDWARD PERKS, of Morris
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
JACOB KUNTZ, of Brady Tp
JOSEPH SHAW, of Lnwrenco tp.
CHAS. S. WOKKELL, of Chest tp.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY,
ISRAEL TEST, of Clearfied lor.
FOTTER, of Ciirard tp.
Wasting More "Powder."
"A sheet filled with the spirit of treuion nnil
A nocesBion phott.
The "organ of acesion and tronon
Si., li nr nfHW of the lvini enithels nn-
plied totho JlrpMican by the junta that
controls tho Journal and this, too, after
having, away back in Miy last, solemnly
declared to its readers that wo were not
n orth the "powder" it cost to notice us.
Wo know that this newspaper war of
words is as profitless as it is distasteful ta
our readers : but thev must excuse us if
we, liko themselves, feel it a duty to de
fend ourselves when attacked, and to re
turn tho blow of him who would play the
lrt of the assassin. We notice this sheet
for no other purpose.
If theso chnrges were true if it was re
ally a fact that the fiepullircm is or ever
had been un ndvoca'.o of secession if we
favored that doctrine if we sympathized
with the secession isls or if wo bad any
flcsire to aid theni iu thought, word or
leud it would bo a vary easy matter for
oti.r enemies, villifiers and tlanderers, to
nhow the fact. But this they cannot do.
Nor do they attempt It for tho very good
reason tlut they know that it is impossible
10 do so, and that all theso charges are as
false nB uin ; t ut if they cbii dupe the peo
ple go fur as to make them believe they
are truo, tho naked assertion of them will
unswer tho purpose br well as tiio proof.
Wo have said some thing on the subject
cour present deplorable condition every
week for tho last four months, and we np
peal to our readers Dcmoernts and Bo
publicans to say whether or not we have
uttered a singlo word, line or sentence iu
favor of secession much less of disloyalty
to the Government, the Union, or the Con
stitution j and we defy these ba.w-hesrted
villifiers to put their fingers upon a single
senUnceever uttered by either of tho ed
itors of the Republican that can possibly be
construed into disloyally. As we said on
n former occasion, unless they do this,
they must stand impaled before the com
munity as the authors of the most delib
erate and unmitigated falsehoods.
But pel haps thoie scribblers are so tap
;iy headed that they cannot discriminate
lotwen the Government and the Admtnis
tration. If bo, it is their faultnot ours.
The people, however, know tho distinc
tion and that is all we care about.
f'HARP Pbactice. In list weelc't Journal,
pi efuced by some editorial remarks, we
o'xorve an article'copied fron Forney's
JWss. A portion of it, as published in
the Journal, reads thus:
"They lubor to bring Iho country into
discredit and to emburras the operations
of the army, on tha plen thnt the lVmo
cr.us Lave no sympathy in that cniun;
when they know that many of the soldiers
under our flag are Democratic citizens."
By reference to the Vaof Aug. 17th
from which the above extract purports to
hnvo bcon taken, wo find the paragruph
to bo in the following words:
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01 (lie somites unuer our nng is composed
of Democratic citizons."
This effort of "Samivel" nnd his honor
uio,concienciout and high-minded ass't editor,
to pedra off upon his readers a garbled ex
tract from the 'opinions of a brother editor, is
crt-ainly regarded by the profession as a
bao, dishonorable trick; but "Samuel"
and his right and left-hand assistants have
a motive for so doing. They, in common
with a few more of the same kidney, a
clique, located in our village, have for some
time used thoir utmost er 'eavors to ere
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Ule IIIO IIIJIUSIUl, lllllb W VUIIDUIUIO
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necesejouitt it was only necessary to bo
Douiocrat ; (their endeavors not boing
,,i.,i Ln.AtKii. Ku nntrioiim nr Iftva nf
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oountry. out oy a seiusn ue8,. u
ititrol or the county offices ;) and thore -
fore, if they informed the people through
the columns of the Journal, that oven For -
o,lmitirl t Wi a "lArf-fi mninritv" of
Bey adnutled that a large inajor.ty of
Hie soldiars wore Democrats, they could
tiot so readily tuako political oapitul by
trinng to stir up civil strife in our midst ;
os their roadors would then see that tha
Democratic party is now m 'it ever was,
........ .1.. ,m.o rn.itiitinn
and that its gallant members rue upon the
battlo-ficld to resist the efforts of Jell.
Davis and his secession crew in their at-
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,7'" u,u"7 'V , ,hr!,t!an,J.fcr,onian-noer Democratic pap,
Snivel, when you and your ehnstuxn mttuan dvttJ
friends again attempt to gai-uie evrt
from other papers, try and cover up your
trncks a belle better.
A new Chapter in American History.
The Wellington correxpondent of Ih
Philadelphia Inptirer, under date of 22d
instant, informs us that the Adminislra -
tion has determined tosui.prcss all "those
papers in tho North which do not yield
a hearty support to the Government,
"and to all the measures of the Administra-
. . .... . . . , . .
" ttm, and winch, by tlicir sympauiy twin
"the South, nouiisu (it the North a feel
" ingof host'lity against the Government."
This is the announcement, word for
word ; nnd monstrous ns it h in view of
what has already been done wo don't
know that any body ought to bo surprised
at it. What other act would hnvo a more
certain tendency to arouse "nt the North
a hostile feeling against the Government"
as thus ndministf red ? The AdminiKtinliiis rcHidunc-e nnd dcmandci iitocemeiit
tion must know that nothing could bo
more injurious: and hence our doubts
about tho correctness of the report.
Wosdkrhi. A rs UK. Tho public were
informed by the last Journal, that II.
Uuchcr Swoope, Eq. lit vtraul U.liuch
er Swoope II. Buclier Swoope, Esq., At
torney wd Counsellcr at Ijow H. Bucli
er Swoope, Ksq., founder of the llujtsman't
Journal If . Ducher Swoope, Esq., former
ly Clinirmnn of the American Stute Cen
tral Committed II. Bucher Swoope, Eq.,
4c! 4c!! d c ! ! :-aUilrcsseU a
ic! 4c!! del! !-addressed a Harvest
Home Celebration in Bradforcl weok-Ue
fore last, nnd that he then and there deliv.
cred a very stirring nddre so annimated
that it actually moiWour excellent friend,
Major V. B. Holt, (whose weight is not a
pound less than two hundred!) entirely
off his sent ns one of the Vice Tresidents,
besides setting in motion scveinl of the au
diencc. Whni will wonders reaie?
But joking asideMajor Holt informs
us (and hoso veracity isJ quite equal to
that of II. Buuher Swoope, Etq.) that the
understanding nmonu the msnncers of
this celebration was, that political distinc
tions and questions were to be entirely ig
nored for tho purposo of guarding against
the possibility of thereby disturbing the
harmony of a socia'. gathering of the farm-
ors of that industrious neighborhood ; and
when ilr, Swoope closed his uddreis, with
his usual stereotyped spread-eagle perora
tion, Major Holt sa that it had given of
fence, nnd he "left his seat" for the pur
pose of preserving the peace, and for which
purposo his traduccr, perhaps more than
any other person, ought to be thankful.
Free Speech and Free Presi.
Within ti e last two weeks some six or
seven newspapers have been suppressed
by order of the Administration, and
about the same number by King Mob. -The
New York Journal of Commerce Daily
Xcu s Day Jinok and Frccmans (!) Journal,
und the Brooklyn ICaglc, after having been
"presented" by tho U. S. Grand Jury,
have since been declared contraband, and
tho P. M. General has ordered the V. M.
of Now York not to permit them to go
into the mails.
Tho Christian Observer, a New School
Presbyterian paper iu Philadelphia, was
suppressed, and the office, tc, taken in
charge by the U. S. Marshal.
The JrJ'ersonian, the Democratic organ
at West Chester, after having been as.'
sHulted by a mob, was suppressed by the
Marshal on Friday last.
This much under the color of hw.
The Standard nt Concord, N. II.; Demo
crat, Bangor, Me.; Democrat, Haverhill,
Mas.; Easton Sentinel, Enslon Argus nnd
JrJ'ersonian. ai West Chester, Ta., and the
Democrat, Canton, Ohio, were each assail
ed by a mob and more or less injury done.
fliTy- a lor or Aiiiiators. The lion. J
Hickman hw been the frequent subject of,
enconiums from Republican papers, for For several days there had been inti
h:s alleged boldness nnd vigor, lie has'mslion given of a "lorward movement,"
lately given full evidence ot tho latt.r "f which the editor ws fully aware, and
trait," though as to the former, we cannot last evening the streets were more than
sny so much. Directly after the battle at j usuolly enlivened by the people gatherod
Hull Hun, he is reported to have made a, in quiet but interested groups at various
rem9i koLle unexpected start from Wash- , points. Mr. Kimball wns evidently uware
ington for homo und does not appear to Ihut "something was brewing," and at a
liuve thought it safe to return yet. Hick-' bout half past, eight o'clock, passed from
man was one of the class who laughed the Merrimac street into Main street, accom
fears of disunion to scorn last, fall and was ponied by r-everal of his friends, among
very valiant in telling what he would do, whom were George Johnson, Esq., of
if such nn event occurred. Bradford, Dr. J. C. How, Mr. Damon,
Con nnv ofour friends noint out a sincle
where any ot those who were.
loudest in contempt for the South, in the,
late political canipnin. have given any ev-1
Ideiioe of their vnlor? Where is Chandler,
the 'llood-lettinu' senator from Michigan T
here are rhillips, Ourrison, Muith and
Beecher.the pioneers of Aholitionism.wlio . riving at his residence the authorities or
Imva nravoil' (nr tliia vorv tiniA 11ml nccit. dered the moh to disrjers's. hut thev were
sionf Where are II ule, Trumbull, Greely, not prepared to meet so forniidabla a
Seward. Wilinot, Giddinps, Wade and force, and were therefore unable to con
Chase, who gave the rebel Chieftains food , trol it. George Johnson, Esq., under
with which to "fire the Southern heart,' ,itood to bo one of the supporters ol the
and told us in lengthy arguments, how
much better off the North would
be without tho .South f Where, oh, where
are they 7 Even our own Campbell, who,
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in a fit of desperation, threatened to
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Isipc his seat in Congress and follow the
, forlunos 0f the flag. They are anugly fix-
oa in tt eir eomforlable home parlors, or
are natrioticallv servins their country, to
the tune of Urce salaries, and nlentv of
( - -you
.wi find tnat t,f raogt rttnting, furious
1 pat ticipaiita in the anti-slavery crusade,
, who have done the most to bring our na-
'i" to its present peril, are the last to oN
very enrn,t in urging their more conser-,if
native follow citizens to march to the de-
fence of tho flag PttttvitU Standard.
The Sway of the Hob.
Mob law, it wouia seem, Is waning rap-
id strides in tho fcast. Below we give the
8CC0U,)toftwo of these demonHlrati
one in Massachusetts, and
the other in
Easton, Pa., as furnished by a correspon-
dentof the New oik Impress. The na
iterialsin theoilici of the West
night Inst reek, by n band of cowardly
miscreants, who clioso the tluikncss ol mo
night for this work.
MOD I.N EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA,
Correspondence of the New York Expreii.
Katon. IV Aug. 0. ICl.-0.ir town
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nas iusi rvpiiiiic. vi ruuier iiiKuki ".
'scene of a most disgraceful mob, origina
ting m the d i tie rerces between Col
in Johnson. M. C. and the ultra Ilepub.
licans. The Uemociots held a County
Convention yesterday afternoon, at which
Col. Johnson took occasion to defend his
course in the late extra session of Con-
gress, and to make some pointed remarks
in reference to the administration. Aiir.
the meeting was declared adjourned, the
Kev. Mr. Mitchell, of Pliillipsburgh, N. J.
attempted to reply to Col. Johnson, but
was prohibited. This naturally created
excitement, and a sort of personal war
fare was kept up among the crowd till
evening, wlien a large number of men and
loy resolved upon burning the lion. M.
C.'in eftiuy. This ir'ndo having been
I gone through with, they then repaired to
for the sins of I hi afternoon.
The Col. hnviiiif satisfied them
pntriotism. and the spirit of moboeracy
being by this time rampant, the cry was
for vengeance upon the Si-niincl ollico, a
democratic paper, nnd thenco the crowd
rushed, and breaking open tho door and
windows, they soon laid the establish
ment in ruiiiM, or, os the phrase goes,
'cleaned it out." The work of desiruc-
tion being conipleto, on they marched for
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iiicrgu O...UB me ,..,.r.i, u, . 'cily 0f 4ew York.has lesigned his charge.
Iluttur, ex-postmaster which was soon . , . , . .
broken into, and the glorious work of Uls lettor of res.gnation he says :
"convincing a man against his wili" com, In the bitter feeling of alienation nnd
mcneed but it wns tinnlly voted to sus- nlnirst incurable hate now existing in the
pend operations hero for twsnty-four public mind, 1 have found it required
hours to give one, of more loyal stripe oc-, far more courage to preach peace than icar.
cupying the story above.a ohanocto move A::d you will beor me witness that I have
out or for Col. II u tr to "l el'uim." The steadfastly adhered to my purpose, while
next in order was ex-Senator Broadhead, iilmo't every other pulpit in New York
whtn on rushed the mob. iiell mell, to'wes fulminating tho most terrible ana-
the residence of that gentleman hut he ' themas against the South,
was not to bo rntight napping and the Bilicving. us I do, that the condition of
rowdies found him, not or.ly silling under ; the world cannot be made better by con
bis own "vine and fiu tree." but under I verting the Christian pulpit into a polili-
the folds of the Stars Stripes.which grace-, cal arena, I have never, in this city or
fully floated from the window above him elsewhere, introduced politics or war into
thus litterally proclaiming "his house! the sacred desk. I acknow ledge no nlle
his castle," whore "none should moltit giance to New England Puritanism, in
or make him afraid." A few words from church or Mate. But in maintaining my
the Hob. ex-Senator, nnd again the units consistency and the rectitude of my prin
moved on to the residence of Colonel ciplcs, I have been availed by an uboli
II u I lo: nnd demanded the Stars and tmn press ; tho worss Ihnn midnight asks
Snipes. si", who had not the courage to meet nio
The Colonel being absent, on his nniia- ! face to face, has clandestinely pursued me,
bl" and excellent wife devolved the dn'y, 'and even the question of personal safety
or necessity of "cnst.ng pearls befor nl,d "'t r "e "parsonage and church,"
mo " .nrt our iwvmi ilnl Ami iiobla cm. . has been a subject of animadversions a-
Lie tn was made to float upon the breeze
polluted by tho presence of a mob. The
next on the programme was District At
torney Schuyler, and here again the ling
was displnyed and a few eloquent but sar
castic remarks were made by Mr. Schuy
ler. Tho order again wus given. "On to
Pol ler's." A bait was soon nindo in front
of the residence of Hon. Judgo Poller .
one of the oldest nnd in oil exalted citi
zens of our commonwealth and notwith
standing th? fact that he w as ill and con
lined to his room, a hniTHngue from him
wus nevertheless demanded. In obedi
ence thereto, one of the accomplished
daughters of the judge made her appear
ance at the window, und, in languuge
most chaste and beautiful, assured the
mob of the love and reference which the
entire household bore fur the Union and
for its bright and glorious emUem, but
wished them to understand that though
tho house should l e rezeed about them,
the sacred folds of that flag would not bu
unfuiled by her or her family at I lie be
hest of a mob.
The firm and eloquent little tpeech was
too much ever for the mob spiiit and
quietly, and ulmost silently, the demon
stration broke up and the disturbers ol
the peace soon after repaired to their
homes, to reflect upon, and 1 doubt not
to regret, tbe work they had been enga-
Tim MOll AT HAVERHILL, MASS.
We find in the Boston Traveller (re
publico n) a letter detailing the proceed-,
ings of the mob at Haverhill, Mass., on
Monday night. It appears that Mr. Kim
ball, the editor of the Essex Count) Dent-J
ocrat, published In that town, had ren- ,
dered himself obi.oxious by his ulloged ,
violent and indiscreet editorial cemmen's
rr ilia u'ltf. unrl nitainHt lliA t'otililil ll nit '
I 'I he writer, after stating that Mr. K. had j
been frequently ol late threatened Willi
violence, proceeds with his narrative
Mr. Bodhsh and others, who look their
carriages in Main street and drove rap-
idiy to the residence ol Mr. Kimball.
Un entering tho carriages tho cry of
Cre was rained, and instantly from every
point a crowd of people centered in the
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street, following in swift pursuit.
paper, and Dr. J. C. now, appeared, onu-
ed with revolvers ; but they were sumuia
nly deprived of them, and Dr. low quite
severely handled, eo as to require assist.
r 1,1 l
ance homo, while Air. Johnson made a
safe retreat to his residence in Brad
ford. Mr. Kimball was loudly called for, but
not appearing, tho
crowd entered the
house and seized him. He drew revol
vpr w,ljch 9U the gj , fw ,)rescnlation
of a half a doeen by his captors, pointing
to his peison, which lod toaquick surren-
der, and be was conducted down Main
street in front of the Eagle House, nd
,nce(J wit,lin acitc,0) whm Le wa,a,ked
Le regretted what he had published, to
which be made no reply.
He wm thtn aeked to lay offhii Qlothea,
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when he made a request
to ee Mr.
Brown of the lUtgle llouso
M1.ed -d in the interview assured
.,;,:,,. i,ui i,A l.nrl reason to believe
the prisoner that he had reason to believe i
that lie would ue ri
that l,e would be released by making due
of Ins oitinse, anu
.:: t to further outrace the sen
f. , P.. m .:, Ti,j, he docli
linjrlll Ol KUV WIUUIUUIIT. mi
ned to do, and being reueste-i to remove
his clothes he did so. niacin them. With
his watch, in charge of Mr. Brown.
After removing every article ol ciomei
but hjl drawer, lie was completely covers
ed with n coat of tar and featliors, after
j which, being mounted on a rail, or pole,
was eonveyed t3 Mammae street.in tronl
of ihe ollice or the Democrat, and diiect-
Iv undnr the American line.
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he did i after which the crowd moved in
the direction of Bradford. On arriving
at the bridge he was allowed to dismount
and walk through it, when he again
mounted the rail and was carried to the
residence of George Johnson, Esq., who
was ca led out, but the nature of the exer-
Returning to town, a halt was made in
front of the Eagle House, when the ques
tion was again submitted, if he regreted
his conduct, to which he replied in the
affirmative, when, by ruquest, he knell
down, and raising hit hand, repeated in
substance the following confession Mini
affirmation: 'l am sorry that 1 have
published what I have, and I promise
that I will never again write or publish
articles ag iiinl the North, nnd in favor of
secession, so iielD me God." Afte.' this he
was conducted to ins home
Thus ended one of the most unfortu
nate, much to be regretted and disgrace
ful scenes thnt this town has ever witness
ed. Kiskin ition or llsv. Jno. Poisai.. The
Kev. John Pois il, formerly Presiding 1-
derof the Baltimore Confo'ence, nnd lut-
' tei-iy in charge of a congregation in the
mong pertisnn and excited men.
Finding, therefore, that lean no longer
be spiritually profitable to you, I have
concluded to give place to any other pas
tor who, in your judgement, may be bet
ter ndaplvd to the peculiarity of the lime.
No earthly motive could ever induce me
to thrust inyulf upon an unwi.ling peo-
I slinl. gladly reUnn to tbe confer-
enceofrny home, and link my destiny
with her fortunes, for weal or hoe, in
peace or war.
To be held at the boroutjh of C,7rff(Sruwinff.
on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, the bthfC)th,lth and
Uth days of October, A. !., 1801.
ELLIS 1KWIX, President.
D. F. Kr.WKii.Kii, .SoiTotiiry.
Lkvi F. Irvin, Cor. Secretary.
Jamkh Vrioi.kv, Treiifttror.
John F. Wkavkr, Librarian.
(Jen. A. M. IIii.m, Mui'lial.
Wm. Tkn Kvck, Chief of Police.
Fees for Admission, Kntry 2-s, Ac.
Sinplo ndniinKion, - - - 15 ctu.
Children under 12 yenra, 10
Tickets for a ainglc day, - 25
Single tit ket during Fnir 50
Tickets for a fiimily, to admit,
hid v nnd irentleinnn nnil .'!
children under 15 yearn,
For trotting premiuuiH, each
horse, - -
Class No. I Sweepstakes, open to ad compel -
n..n tin nn I 9.1 n... n..n .u n
All breeds come together in this elaaa, and
compete with each other. To be judged by their
good pointa, ayuunjtry of frame, ability to fatten,
and the stock they will produce.
Class No. 2. Grade Cattle.
Beat Cow, $10 00 I 2d Beat cow, $ 600
Beat HeitTer, 6 00 Best Calf under
2d Beat calf under
8 months old,
8 months old, 3 00
Dadd't Cattle lioctor,
Best Yoke ofOion,
and 3 00
" Uadd't Cattle Doeto
Class No. 4.
Best fat Bullock, Cow or lleiffer over i
years old, - - - - - 5 00
2 1 best do do ltadd't Cattle Doctor. A 1 00
, C-ASS No- ' Thorough bred Jlorsesopen
, . . ... ...
. nt KtAllinn. I t Afl Una XI X fnll 1 A A A
, . . , . . ... .
IVI uu(. VIVI v i u uvii uu
I ins premiums In tins cJaas are Intended only
for boraes whose pedigrei s render them worthy
The society wishes to encourage tho raising of
Class No. 0. Hiding, Carriage, Draft and
Best Saddle. Horao 5 00
Best matched carriage horses, I'ouaft on
(Ac Unree, and ....
Best single family horse, In harness, )'oi-
afl on A Hum, and . . .
Best Span of Draft horses or mares, You-
att on the Hone, and
Best Span of Farm horses, or mares, 1'oti.
all on the Home, and
Bost Gelding, or Mare, for work, over 4
years old, Fowafl o the Hone, and
Best Colt nnder 2 years old, Youatt on the
Jloree, and . . . .
The horso that moves tbe heaviest load
on a Stone Boat, without a whip,
Youatt on the Horn, and
n. ... v - m. I.- tt 4 it
Class No. t .Trotting Horses-open to all.
Best time Sin I, trotting In single bar-
Bess, Youat, on tht Horte. and SO 09
No premium will be paid unless Fire entries
are mad. Bach bores to tret against time.
tent' IStrse. Hat 2 tn 3, on time.
i ' v., .
Younlt on the Horn.
Best trotting bore, V mare, In single bar-
noil, rouatt on ine
- i Beit trotting pair of honoi, or mares, In
- 1 harness, Youatt on the lloru.
walking nor.o, or mar ,
Class No. 9. Sheep and Wool.
Beit Ruck, any breed, Alltn't Farm Book, ill 00
Host Ewe, ny breed, do do do 2 00
Rett 3 Sbecp fattened for mutton, 2 00
Rest 2 Lamb 2 Oil
Heat Fleece of noul, - - - - 1 00
Heat Specimen of wool, - lliplomu.
Class No. 10. Strive, open to all.
Holt Dosr, any breed,
Young F armtr'i ifanwl, nnJ $2
Ueit iireeuing sow, any breed,
Farmtrand Gardener, and 2 00
Farmer and Gardener, and 2 00
Best Pig nndor 8 montha old,
Class No. 11 Poultry.
Best Coop Spring Chic kens, not lest than t, 1 00
Heavieat Turkey, .... 1 00
Beat display of Cliickona, - .100
Class No. 12. Plowing.
Owner of team and plow whs
plowi green award tbe beat,
Youny Furiiieri' Jlaiiml, and 3 00
Owner of team and plow who plows atubble
the beat, Alien farm Hook, and 3 00
Class No. 13. Pious, Rollers and Drills,
Harrows and Vultivatois.
Beat plow for stubble or award, 2 00
Beat aub-auil plow, llarry't Fruit Garden, A 1 00
Beat Side-Dill plow, .... 1 00
Boat Cultivator, . . . . . 1 00
Beat Clod-Cruahcr Olid Holler combinod, 1 00
Beat drain Drill, Allen'i Farm Uouk, A 1 00
Beat llorae Unite, $1 00 I Best lteaper and
Beat Corn Bboller. 1 00 Mower, . 3 00
Bent Thrilling tun- Beat Corn planter 1 00
thine, - - .1 00 Beat Fanning Mill 2 00
Beat lluy-l'ilcliinj; Machino, . 1 00
Bert Ox Yoke nnd Bowa, . . 1 00
Beat Stulk or Straw Cuttir, . . 2 00
Beat Horao Power forUcncral Purpnaea, 2 00
Beat Originul Invention of Agricultural
Implement, - . . . 5 00
All nrticlea enumerated in this clnas not made
'n the county, but produced upon exhibition, If
worthy of it, will bo awarded a Diploma,
Class No. 14. Miscellaneous Farming m.
Beat Bee Hire, $1 00
Beat Potato Digger iO
Bert 0 llnnd-rakea I 00
Bout Ptump Puller 3 00
Bert Uruin C radio, 1 00
llrat lot of Uaruoning toula, . 1 00
Best aet Funning utenaila, ownod by Fa.'iner 3 00
Class No. 15. HViraf, Barley, orn, tic.
Beat Acre of winter'wlieat, 'irm, rf- ffiirrf. i $3 00
Beat Acre of f-priug wbeat,
yliiiiWriin Airirullnrirt 1 yenruod 3 00
Beat Field of wheat, 4 to 10 acrea,
A me rim A'jrienltitriiil 1 yeor, and 3 00
Beat Acre of Corn, Am'n Ag. 1 yeiir, and 2 00
Beat Field of Hurler, nt leaa thnn 3 acrea,
.Imci-ioin A'jn'ridiiiri'l 1 yrnr, and 2 00
Beat Acre of O.ita, lm'n Ag. 1 year, und 2 00
Heat Acre of Hye, Am'n Ag. 1 yeor, and 2 00
Beat bnaliel ol Com eara, ' " "
Heal 3 acrea of Buckwheat, " " " nnd 1 00
Meat buhol winter wheat, " ' " " 1 00
Beit bmiuel Spring do " " "
Heat j acre of I'olatnca, " " 1 00
Best I acre of Beaiij, " " " ' I OH
Beat acre of Clover aecd, " " 2 (in
Beit I aero of Broom Corn, - 2 0J
Boat i acre of Snrjjliuin, . . 2
Beat i acre of IVna, . . j oo
Heat i acre of Htitah gus, - . go
Beat j buahel of Timothy iced, - 100
Bet ) acre of Carrot, . . l 00
Beat J acre of Tumipa, . . . 1 00
Crops being equal, preference will be given to
thoae Unit yield tho lurgcat net profit. State
ment! to bo furninhod by Me exhibitor. Tliey
must bi measured, or weighed, and a sample
furniabed at the Fair.
Applicnnta fur premium tmiat furni.h the eom
iniUeo wilh u Miitetucnt signed by tkemai'lvea
under a bleilge of veracity, of the quality of grain
raiaed on the ground entered for a premium, end
niuat atnte, n.i correctly as they can, the kind and
cindition of tho previous crops: the kinJ and
quantity of ned used, and the timo and mode of
pulling it in the ground.
1'erj.ona ente.ing Field Cropa for exhibition, or
intending to do ao, may givo notice to the Kxcc
Ulivo Cuminitteeat any time, and bave llm Held
I measured ami cxiiiaiucd by a committee, while
Cms o. 10.
Bread and Cereal Food.
Beat 3 Loaves of wheat Bread, Diploma.
Beat Lonf of Corn Bread, do
Beat Loaf of Hyo Brend, - . do
Beat 1'ouud, Ppmige, Fruit, Jolly, Coffeo,
Lady und l'lain Cuke, each a do
Beat l'ie, any kind, Dip.
Boat Preairves, Sip.
ileat diaplay ol
l'reaorvcs d- Jelly Dip.
Ileat Jelly, Dip.
Beat Ice Cream, Dip.
Cl.Asa No. 17. Butter and Cheese.
Heat 10 pounda of Butter, 1 00
Beat Firkeu of ii lbs., or more, of Butter
made in May or June, 1
Beat Cheese, 1
Class No. 13. Flaur.
Beat Barrel of Fliur, 2
Beat 100 Ibi. or Flour, Spring wheat, 1
Heat 50 lbs. of Bye Flour,
Beat 60 Iba. Buckwheat Flour, 1
Beat 60 lbs. Corn Moul, I
Class No. l'J. Domestic Articles.
Beat Box, or Jar, of Honey, 1
Beat 10 pounda of Maple tsugar,
Beat l'cacbea, put up Air-tight,
Beat Tomatoes, put up Air-tigbt,
Best Blackberries, put up Air-tight,
Beat Currants, put up Air-tight,
lieat fancy Jar ot l'r-klca,
! e" u,lo,n'ruP- MftI'lB or Sorgbuin.each.
i Beat Cured Ham, cooked, 1
1 B,,,t ""J "eof, with modo of curing, 1
''lass No. '20. domestic Manufactures.
Beat 10 yards of Flannel,
IUs. 10 yards of Sattinet,
Beat 10 yards of Cloth,
Baat pair of woolen Blankets,
Beat 15 yards of woolen Carpet,
Best 16 yards of Bag Carpet, wool chain,
Best 16 yards of Hag Carpet, eotton chain,
Beat Woolen Coverlet,
Best Woolen fringed Mitts,
lieat Hearth Hug,
Best pair of woolen knit Stockings,
Best pound of linen Sowing Thread,
Beat specimen of Knotting, Knitting or Nee
dle work, by Miases under 12 yrs. of age
Beat pair of cetton knit Stockings,
Beat pound f Slocking Yarn,
Beat Foot Mat, 60 I Best Tidy,
Best Straw Bonnet, 60 Best Straw Hat,
p, , v. oi t.h, so... n ir.- a.
uu...oip -v, 4. M viit., ijii M, rr Ui HWA, II C.
; Beat specimen of Needle wl-V.
Bcsi specimen of Needle work, on Machine,
Uet group of Flowers in worsted,
1 Beat specimen of Kmbroidery In worsted,
Best specimen of Embroidery in Lace,
Best specimen of Kmbroidery in Muslin,
" mde by Miss under 12 yrs. of age,
Beat Patching and Mendinc
1 Best specimen of Leather work,
, Best sbecimen of VYa Flowers,
"eat specimen of Feather work,
Best specimen of Ornamental work,
I Class No. 22. Dress Making and Millinery.
I tiest Drees making, Jl 00 Best Millinery, 1 00
I Class No 23. Artistic u-ork.
Best Painting in oil, Diploma.
Best Painting in water colors,
ueit Portrait Painting,
nest Landscape Painting,
Best Cattle Painting,
On Best Ornamental Painting of any kind,
: Tt Ti . . , : .. . l - .
waguerrooiype laaon ou me grouna.
j Beit Ambrotype taken on the ground,
Best Photograph taken on the ground),
Best Ornamental Penmanship,
I Bert Architectural Drawing,
Class No. R. Horses owned in County.
Class No. 24.-ZVj
Beit doslgn for Fnrm Homo, l!rn, Cui.
riago-IIouse and Stable,
Bost Doslgn for Dairy Uouno, J
J ' W'0""- . . j
nr, , -- -,-,: f-'H-ipu
I 01 10" loet,
Class No. 25. Metalic
Beat & oklrifc 6tov, wuod oi coal,
2d lieat Cooking-Stove, wood orooul,
3d beat Cooking HUjtu, .wood or ooal
Heat l'urlor Stove, '
Jd Lci-t Vnrbr Ptuve,
Beat Cast Iron I'onoe,
2d bent Oiut Iron Tenoe,
, Best giwiii)u lot of Tiuware,
I'd Lest do do do
' Best aiecimen of Blacksraitking,
00 Best apecimenof Ounamithing,
j ii hi ipeiamfu ui iron turLinj,
lie.-t Hhower Bath.
Beat Pluto canting.',
p i i;..:Mi i...i:.. .i ,
4iu.il ui iiuui iuidiiiivu iu ujq COUDty, lb
The above, premiums are offered for ml.
manutnotured in tuo county. A Diploma bkl
" " ""J -- " miii:ii- OUJiil
tion, without regard to where it waa mannlm,
Bost diaplay of Table and Pocket Cutlery
I oi American munuiaoiure, tt
j Best display of Edged Tools, ?
Beat diaplay of Farming and Field tools, j
Class No. 20. Vehicles of all ii,,
Beat Fumiiy carriuga $5
Beat farm wagon 4
Best Horao Cart, 1
Beat Lumber bled 2
Beat Wheelbarrow, 1
A Diploma may be awarded for articles im
clans not manufactured in tho county.
Class No. 27. Cabinetawe inei)m,tv
Beat Dreaalng Bureau $.1
Heat Lcungo, 1
Beat aet of Chair, 2
Bert variety of Chairs, 2
Host aet Parlor'Furn'e, 5
neat cora, i
Boat Kxten. table) i
Beat Wain stait'd,! t
noai teniro tli(2
i'et reitstead, H
ueai uuice Vhair.l f
Best diaplay of Cabinet-ware
lip. and 5 1!
Class No. 2. Loopering, Carpentering, &
Beat specimen of Pine ware,
Best window saj-h, 1 Host I,ot of IlwU,
Beat aet grain meuaiire,l Beat Ttnel fcoor.
Class No. 29. Roots and Garden VcjcLiU,
Beat 4 atulks celery, Dip.
Heat 6 heads citbbugo 61c
tk-st 1 bu. cnrroti v.
Best J bu.riitibjjjJ
Heat 2 do col!afluw'r,50o
neai j ou. tn. hC(i,
Beat half huahel t iblo potato,
Heel quart of wimlscr bean;,
Beat variety of 6quaah,
Beat variety of nieloua,
Beat Swcot Potntoa,
Beat halt' bushel of Tomatos,
All vegetables tnuat haro been raiacl bj tl.
Class No. 30. Currien, SadJLrs atj
Beat Ciontlemena' Boots nnd Shoes, j
Host Lady a' Boots and Shoes, j;
Hvei diaplay oi uooia anu Biiooaj, j j
Best Tniveiling Trunk, )J
liort lug Harness, j(J
Beat Carriage Humes, j J
lieat einglo llnrneaa, J
neat riiding itriuie anu .Ma -tingnle, )
ileal tiontlemnna liming saddle, J j
lieat l.mlys Kidnig huddle, j
ueai uiapuiy ol .'uddlury, j 4
H'-at 'olo Leather, j J
lieat 1'inialied HaiBo., 1
Ilea! displny ofnny ktnd of Leurrier, 1 fj
Heat llobe mado by exhibitor, 1 i
Class Nj. 31. Tailors' etui
Bost Suit of Clothes niium by linnj, J
Heat l oat made by a Lady, ) 4
Keat Hutk Aliiira., )
Beat Hair Matrass, 1
Beat straw .Matrass,
Class No. 32. Printing in cwnty.
Heat Handbill, Dip I Beat Blank, t
Best Card, Dip. Best Nowannper, I
Beat Ornamental Printing,
Class No. 33. Stone-ware.
Best Dnun Ti!e, 1 1 I Best Fire Brick, ll
lieat Ilrnekete, 1 Beat Brick,
Best Pottery, 1
Class No. 31. Chemicals and Cheim-tH
tion in the county.
Beat ru-ailable Manure at niodorate cost, 1 'I
Heat available Manuro for Farm l'.miucis, I
Heat availublo inaliTial for Ulue, 1 A
Heat Linaeed Oil.
Beat Talloar Candles, I 4
Heat Specimen of Soap, 1
Beat Vi riling Ink, 1 !,
Class No. 35. Uooi and Stone.
Best Drcaaed Stone, tl Beat M il Rtoue, i
Beat Orind-Stone, 1 But Floor boards,
Beat Butter Ladle, 60e worked,
Beat Bultor bowl, 60c Best wealberboariti,
Beat Split or Shav- Beat washing mukif
ed Ho is, 60c I Beat Churn, "I
Best Shingles, $1 Beat Turned Article.!
Discretionary preuiinma will be rceouiMddj
for nil articles of merit exhibited by mechiitJ
in all tha various branchci, and it is hoped
reneral exhibition will be made.
For all Improvements uaeful to the Farmer, M
baring valuable properties, diecreiionary prs
nma may be recommended the Comunl'til
and awarded by the Hoard.
. Class No. 36 Natural Minerals.
The beat suit of uaeful Minerals of Clearfield
county, including coal,
The best Cabinet of Minerals of CUarlcld.
and adjoiuing counties, to be tbe prop
erty of the Society,
The best Limestone,
Tha beat Fim nv
J;The beat Potter's Clay,
JJ I Thj best Collection of Foea !s,
JJiThe beat suit of Cryataliied Minerals,
Class No. '.n.--Fruit.
The best display nnd greatest variety of
drafted Apples, summer and winter
Fruii, named and arranged,
Tho beat diaplay and gremcft variety of
1'iara, named and arranged,
Tbe LeH diaplay and grontt.-t variety of
Pcachoa. named nut! arrnrrrrd.
Aorrv'a fni" 0'f
The beat anoelmen nf Amies. 1 iir. k. do Si
The best eollorlinn nf Plums do d
The best collection of Chord's, do d
The best collection 0 Quinces, do do
Best specimen of Foreign Grapes, do do
Best specimen of American (irnprr, do do
Best specimi n of Currants,
Best specimen ol'flnoanbrrries, J
Best specimen ofBlackbi-rriea, '
Best specimen of Seedling tlrnpcs ruiaedi"
county, and worthy of culture .
Best specimen of Domestic Wine, '
Class No. 38 llorsmnmhip, '
To the Lady that inannjres her horse bL
and sets most gracefully, .
To tbe Qentlcinau whomanaT'S his nerss
best, and sets met srrnre fuil
The beat display of horsemanship, nolh",
I linn Atrat enimla
The best driving on the Course, ty a Lsdj, H
Tke best Company of Cavalry,
The beat Company of Infantry,
Tho beat Pand, with Brass initruraccts,
The beat Martial Hand,
The best 10 Singers,
Class No. M.Xurserirs.
The best Nursery, containing the greslr'J
variety of Fruits and Shrubs, eu'.iir,,d
in the moat approved manner, (the e
hilrttor to furnish written description.
stating variety and mode of eiilnwe, 1
The Seoond best do lrr.'s F " "'""X
Class No. 40. General List,
The best display A greatcst,varieJ Flowers, jj j
The best display A greatest variety Plan". JJ
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