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"Wn linvc ti t ti tho army vole of
Vlfi-m.ti county, find pubr-ps i.f t lber
Volunteer front Cha'tield, f lit fiinl Mo-
iftm t-iut.tirs. The vnlo of JpIIi'Imui
.unity l nlmu? ll'H)r (linn it w It
' urtin o'rctlon lint ) rnr, mid tibt.tit Kt.H)
I hco nro in IhfMirtnv. 1 he rl u r i" jot
. no rece hi. mo. -a 't.i.1 V , u , K ,
n uinrity fur Mi r.m.lly and V. ilco.v, but
bether it will I... i-nc.ii.rli loelecl Hipih
I . . . I - , 1 . ... 1 I
i tinrprliin. I'J'jifi'jr-Jv'iht ' ftbr 1Vioi
r$ f, ."t t ''.,:r"V:W o-'lii.w (ire A'.-; i.'. c-.;' .',
itnl w p I "Levi" tliu to I c tin.' ;sp I linlyli-
ut tin1 clistrirt. A lnr ui tbr unity I.'
i liave l.r.'ii it icivt'il. in iii ly iiint'
i.tln i-f (We vole pollpil f..f Acmt'ly
...:ve I i n for Mi Kmilly nml WiKvis."
Jt in fpKloiti tlmt wo lmvp ir.ot with an
many .'km. U rs (to iijp n very inill torm)
,ii mi few worili. IftliP 7tt.'!(i'' figuiTi' Wimt ft (vonJprful tfoult ! ").'uboly
.f vcrrcct, thi'i e m e voters frctn .lef lhui t !" Hutk mili.'s j.i-rlot!y natiulieJ !
..ron county in the army. As the votof ,he viotor, U'i-.iue their (.uccpm was quite
for McKnally an J Wilcox U 850 loss tlmii equul to their most samiiiiim e. psotutions !
i - ii .1 i . 1 T..II 1 . . . . . '.
mo vtue mr i-uinii m uiuinjuniy mniun,
the Juurn,i! wouhl not give the 1'eniocrats
A' that county credit for n bir:gl man in
i lie army, but claim the entire 800 n Ke
jiiiblicans, whilst wo know to an absolute
eertainty that at least four of the Captains
from that county were the firmest of Detu
..crats. But the assertion is dinlincly made that
fully four-fifths of tho volunteers from
I'loarGold counly arc Republicans." In
laiothcr part of the same paper we are in
formed that there arc "from 350 to 400 vo-
rers " from C lenrttold counly in tlie army,
This, wn think, is rather under than over i fole vjting, and voted with the Iiemi
i ho truth and wo w ill add that, from the I crats nt'tcr voting with the Republicans
.'acts known to us, Jellerson county does
not exceed Cleailitld cettainly by
jiore than 1C0. Now, the next question
is, how many votes were polled in the
.-.rmy by volunteers fro'n Clearfield coun-
ty? We believe r.ll tho companies have
been heard from, and hero are the figures :
HcEnally if-Wilcox, 147
Larly 4 Ziej!er, 50
Thus wo seo that out of, say, 400 voters
I ut 177 votes wero polled, and of this
uuniber 147 have declared themselves Re
publicans. Put why was '.he vote losinall? Where
u the remainder of these 400 voters? To
make the words of the Jvumal true, they
sliDitld have pollea over 300 Republican j
votes. If "four-fifths" of them nro Re-!
publicans why did they fail to vote? It
was certainly not for the want of an op
portunity. Even our neighbor will not
deny that tho most vigilant efforts were
uiado to secure thn vote of every man who
wus willing to vote the Republican ticket.
If ho does, the fact that two companies
(Pattersons' and Tracy's,) polling but
three votes each, wero hunted up and
supplied with tickets, would contradict
But why, tho reader will ask, did the
Democrats in the nin.y fail to vote? This
is an important fiucstion. and tho trucan-
stver, if laid fully before the public, would,
wo believe, raiso such anoutlurst of in-1
dignatiou against tho giulty parties as
these bills arc strangers to. Rut rro for
bear, at least at present, hoping the time
will como when it will bn proper lo call
the accused to account.
T.i say that "four-fifths'' of the volun-
loers Horn this county arc Republicans, is
to eav what ia notoriously untrue, and so
proven by tho Journrfs own figures. Take. 1
r. ., t. -:.. vv.n i
it bo nrelended that lliern are but 57 vo-
i.iBin.n.-c-, vnjik. 11 wuJi'niijr : " i.i '
lets in that cdmpay? Or will any man
pretend to say that thero are only 7 Dem-
ocratsinjit? ifso.how jamo it that twenty
voicsmic east, ni uic i'luioiittinipiiuiaij-
:., , . i. . t... .i....
ua-vuuu ili auKua.iLiM. uv u.ui eom l iui i
Or, again, take Capt. Roso'a company :j
VA-'ho will sav lliorA vi-i-rM tin T)on.nornt4 in
w . . j v-... w..
m xi" . . t .
it? We nro not lgnorautof tne means
used to oporato upon tho feelings of our
brave voluntoers, and to prejudice the
Democratic candidates in their estimation.;,
They aro now faco to face with the enamy, waj unemjitcd with t-ithei of ihem ?
and if tho military movotnents in that I . " ,
... . , ,1 fclAO ANt) 1-ATAL Al'CII'ENT Robei t C.
quarter am propeily interpreted, a mtgh:
....... . . . i - i r'shaw cf Goshen township camo to Ir.s
ty tattle is miininent, in which many of .
them may fall in death, sending weepingdl'llh 0,1 X l"J' ,ur,,,n8 ,ro,n
and anguish to many household. Underiru;8 Reived by being tlnown from h.s
Buch circumstances it would be uiigeners(1,or,ia on H'e edmvd.y evening previ-
cms to expose thebhamelul recklessness ofj01"' T1,e d'sd was nltend.rg the rair
somccflheir pretended friends at home. !al thi riding a .spirited horse, and
Tho votes of the volunteers from this rctun""8 1,1 evening in company will,
wuntv show verv distinctly that but vciy Ir- UU l- vrrgood, reached ihe resi-
r . '. i .t if . de-nce of his neighbor. Mat hew Tate,
f.iii- I l.imniiinl . .f-fif . 1 . n I r.-l PiTi sttit O ' - - '
cp under wmo influence no doubl honor.
able to thenuclvos, they withheld their j.,1 ,7 "ls "u,r ,pa7
. , ,i , t .i i .- t . I mg (he saddle, tho spur struck tho horse
voted a tho vote for tho Countv ticket t . , . ' . '
. . ,., r . . ., in the Hank, causing him lo kick and
varies but hltlo from that for the Assenr ' - . ,, , ,
,, n., ... ... ., , start at a lull run uown the bill, throwinc
b'y. This was not tho ease with the vote I, . , . , . ' e
. .i t n t ti I Mr. f. off with preat violence', iniurin"
of tlio Jefferson county volunteer. Their' . , . . ii.ji.ni.e
, c .u i-1 . r .i i i . !htmso severely that he never spoke af
votc for the cardidttes for the Legislature j , , , ... , 1
r .l ij ii- I terwards, antl breathed his last in about 30
n quite as unonimous for tho Republican i , ' , 1 ou
candidate,, as is that of tho volunteer. hom'8 Tho docMod was anion worthy
from this county ; yet for tho County tick- jcil,zen' fout 58 years of ago, and leaves a
.f .unn.u ,m ;. nV,Ai ,iMs, lle n,ul KVe1' children to mourn their
divided between the Democratic nnd Re,
it:... K..1t.n.Ad IliA 1)ttninr.rnla r..
puoiici.il cousin--11 "w - ... -v.. . j . j
coiving a small majority
It is thus man- -
ifest that tho deep mid and recklessly cx- ;
ecntod scheme of misrepresentation proc-
ticed upon the volunteers was only intended and exchange them for new ones, within
toapplyto the candidate for the Ltjitlaturt ; six Jays from tho dateof this nolioe, oth
anJ this fact, too, flatly contradicts thejerwiso the holder will lose them,
"four fifth" rule of tho JaurW, aa spplieo . jho Giumum is FlieTiile of a paper bu
"throughout tho district," ' perccding the Now York Ty Jk.
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"iii'V, I' ll "( lit' 't I I M II it. 'Ill"
'lill," I T , "i ' it'g 'i 'III ' OH" ,''
' Mid I'liMI t In' tl-ii," li( ' iMt"-
ll l" III tl.P Ht I V IM- f. Win-Ill III " ill
', (. Ill J II Ilii lofld.l, I fli -I I L I lit I 111
Inflii'-nre "I I mi kinri I.'p 'In i him In-Ill
tlO I'llM tiuH"- I III II I llii "Mlpl'l I T t 'ill " III
their t I oni-iil", wlnj iii h il' n 'd' I'diii"
rllott," r.inl who, I.h f -no ihey "went I )
ratting, " like sensible men, m re "sure to
0 Sill VotO fj rt ,' W li.Ut lll.l fonli-ll Re
publican", ill if they doubled I ) J u ti nv
of tliiiir i".nie, first went to rafting; miJ
Cnnllv. an "..c,-,,i...w,l p.-r-.m nlm voted
f .. .
h'Them ticket but f.ill ri.i n,
yj'ic t'l-iT U On moer.i' -.jrfv," uro given
.sa few of tho "causes."
In this way tliii teinblo catariruphn i.-
. 'iii'LOUiili'il for and w hivh requires near-
ly h whole column to explain imhnj;
tip vii'li I lie Ui'olui ilion, "wniico nolliio!;
'in (In- rt':.ull to tlUiMuiMt'ti onv
fmi the vanquished, lieciitioe they were
not totally ftttniliilaloil ! May the ooil
seiit-o of the patriotic uml l('nion luviog
citizens of Cloui lielil county rive us ninny
more such "renulls."
We oan tell our neighbor, however, '.hat
it would bo mujh nior.i to his creiiit, if he
woulJ maki u "oleaH broasl" oT it, ami,
instead of eui-ling ilishonoii'ble retlecUou
tijion ollloeis now in front of the enemy,
mcir'y because thy arc Ptmoa'tiU, or im
pugning the loyalty of tho Demoerats of
t tiin county, come out and honestly tick
nowledge that "person
went rafiint! be -
.last fall, tkwiwr they could noV coni-cien-
ieiously endorso the acts either of (he
Stale or National Administration, and
that their worst apprehensions from the1
result of the election of Lincoln and Cur-
ti having been more than realized, they
ietennined hereafter to put their trust
. ,i ti .- . ti I
ono but the Democratic party. I his!
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wouut ii&veix'ju Lumorauie, because train-
Vita Charcks and Insisi ations. The
last Jcurnat. in closins its lamentations
il. l .... t .ir.. ..r :.. :
v rr ino into tiuti uni-tii ui us iniriy in
... , , . ,. .
(his county, makes use of the followinf
"Wt understand that no election ivas
held in the company from ClenrnVId call'
pj the' Washington Cadets,,' commanded
by Cat t. J. (.), I.srrnine. Some Democrats
ic politicians went on to their camp iin-
mediately before the election, of course
to see w hich way the wind was blow ing-
When itwasa.-certainedth.it the vote
M-onlil lili-lv lin nt'iiitmt."' tlio IV ninrrul ii?
.h - .... .
M II -
partv, we suppose some rflrtr cf Jhmocratir. ,,w 1 ' j;.,
ympatkie under the inttucee vf'pc!itic.iUJvi-'.m T Irwin for expansive aultivator dip
.rr. decided to hold no election, and thus C Fulton for threshing rm.chine d,
.limrli-il llin cAliliarj nf llio i-l,rt.l In I'nlu , 11 ,. -,i
"M""' -'- -.- . .f..
If there had been any probability of a
I Democratic majority theru is no doubt ihe
election would have been held."
Ilie charge is liere ilistinctly made that (j,,ASS Xo. .W.KfVMw Farmmy ?.i
Democrats were sent to the camps for the' ji'trhcnts.
. . -i-l i . M-l r . . 1 . 1 i .
purjiose, in a cerium coiMingeniy, oi uo-
iiriving ''the tM'urt of the rlilit to vote." This
i-harcii we nronoune.i fl-.itlv and distinctlv
c - i - J
ii.sf in letter anil ppirit.
And it is as distinctly insinuated that
dipt. Lorain is thi "ofiieer of DemoctMic
sympathies'' who thus yielded lo the dis
honorable 'inlluenee of political advisers."
The charge and ihe insinuation, there
fore, we pronounce equally false and un
foundod both ttinna'.ing from a perver-
ted tnin 1.
p,ut why does tho Joi rnal clique contiu -
u to pursue Capt. Lorain with such i.n -
. .. . .. 1:..: iri. i.
i, ir...,,l,.,l In wlo.t unrtienlnr is be!
1 eiiiilling i uiuiei i i-n--s ; ...iiil-iii m..;
'deficient either as an oilier or a gcite-
man O.'. Lorain w a Democrat ! and this
U tllC hoighth and depth of his otl'.-n. ling,
iuul Ior lt)is lie is maue me vicum OI tlie
. .. ...
i-nni-wosr Oliionuv. .
. Rut why did Capt iins McKiernan and
n.l 1. 1 't ., 11 .. . . ..l:;..nl
...iiiiiij tMtii'i; u.i i.ii.uiiac ii.'ii.ik.iu
jadvisers ?" They aro both as firm Demo -
; crats n, Cupt. Lorain, and elections a cre
hold in each of their companies. Can the
Journal show that any such "iiifluenco"
wllOSC snJdl Lo ,;ad '-flowed, and in
lAllnmiilin,. Ia h,A.,..l t". I. . . . - 1
JA-The Tost Master of Grahamton
and Grampian Hills, Clearfield county re-
quest persons having stamps and atanipcd
envellops ot th old style, tocome forward
I hi l rpr l'trM At "
I'V I' i Mi ml .
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I ii il i I'i'Ii,
if 1 1 i-'m , I
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'i. I Tih .i. I I "lit i
I ' hl
hnnl 1)hi f t i"i 1 u'.i,
.IhII.i 1 A II. Ill V Mil.lll .l I'..
' i f N ' " - ''.' ',
V I -I
i . w. : h'.tni . -ti f"t i p"t ',m ,
M:i,. II, )t I t V.I ll . ih.
rim in i ii. M. 1 1. 1 i t ih ii
M i, loll ti J ti.. t ti It I I'l-H ti.lf lit
H intuit Ik,
lieorf.i (lul!i"iif Vil ltenll.
l'l.AKK Nm, ,) .Itzm,
Miltotl li. il I bent oko of I.Xet.
Jamen rily 'il be-1 'lo
li.Kbi'11'.illlelMct..r .1 3 I")
Ci as No. -1v
N ill in ri Miitiriin fur b.t I'at builoik, 't fK.)
A in mi Ib'ii I 'Jd bet, Deld'n (.'. I loo. A. I 0)
O.Xl No. ro. llurou;h frt. .-, .-,
l'he ei.iiimitte, i nniiut a aid any pre -
iiiMiiiis in ll.is cl:t-s, lor the le.i.un Hint no
ped'iitee-. weie tut ni.-bed with the Ikii'm-s,
i-eeoiiiiiiendi-d by the .ludges, tiecotding
to llie tiiililisliiil .-iil.4
(.'lass No. 0. ;.', i,;. (unln,),; Irft and
harm hors-i "
1'avid Tyler, best pait I'iiriiugu horse'.
Votialt on the Morse, and 3 00
W. II. l'.tblo lor best alndo llo,', in
hamei-s. Youalt on the Htusn. i t 00
A. M. Ili'ls boa Middib lii.r.f. 0 W.
(J. IVUnodl. llotv for bono luotliijilbtt
honvi.-s! i,ud on ktoia-bnat,
Votitat i.n the llorsf, and 4
I phiaim Si.i.u lor bit colt ovtn B
M-iusold, Youiill i n thu llors., i 3 CO
Joi n llioui().son for best rolt under
i! years old, Youatl on tho Horse !L 2 00
0! I. Ooodlellotv best spun of draft
horses, Youitt t on the Horse A 3 00
Jus. Birchliel I best spun farm horses,
Youatt on tho Horse, A 3 (ill
John Dale for best geldii.i; lor work
over 4 yrs, Youalt on the llorso, S. 3 00
i.s. ! ox for best apau cl stallions, dip
i Class No. 7. Trotting Hjius njcn h ull.
1 1 J'lal"'u'u'a latie.-i ironing uaise, oij uu.
it'o uo Lounty i urse, n mi
("t s No H Ilrc; ow,l in Cvuntv (H'i
; y4 p.loom for fastest trotting horse, 15 0't
en t .trie.
.!. W. I'auiy '2d do do do 6 00
' H"u M'er tor test l-acmg l.o.-st;
....... . . a . .
i iiu.iii on i:m uursci
ri..s No. 9. .yAc,-ii an.l HW,
j jjt)V, j;0'r bi.t but-k
Alltn'a l-'arm J'.ouk & '2 00;
T.. Hetsoy best 3 she.-p for nuttou li
lo do for best ewe A. - Uinl.s,
Allen l ann Jlook & '2
l)ilvi.J Dressier fur tiest 2 lamb
i Class No. 10. S'9ie
n f all.
v v Urotvn for best lnmr.
Young Farmers' Manual t 2 00
Win. Ilrown for bot breeding fcow,
' Furmer and (lardeiier and 1 00
,. , ,
Henrv Evans for bcsi hog, 2 0(1
J0!). Ooon lor be-t pig under 0 mos. 1 oo
; CimN,, 1 1 . l'ui'.ru.
Junes Clayton for best coop of spring
' chii kens, 1 00
John Thompson for heaviest ttikey 1 Wl
Mrs. J. Thoui son be-t iiir-p!.iy of do dip
Mrs .). lioon be.tj.liplay of cliickens dip
Class No. 13. l'!na, lio'L-.rt an Ird!s,
Ilarro'is ami Ctdtisutm t.
l),M.m,i.-k A- l?.i!,i:-oii for i.lo.v 1 00
i- o. t ... . .
Miming mm uip
Kenton Jt, Si.eneer l..r farm mil! dir
MilrsK.cd for Imv t.itcliinc machine I On
I Thomas Tate for almvel nlo.iirh 1 O'l
uetrge i uorn lor uesi uee nivo i tu
Amus Reed for besl set of farming u
T I) I'e .pg for Lest jrniin cradles 1
Jacob Flegal fur kwt Siutnp puller 3
Class No. 1 "). Wheat, Uarlrv, ( orn, dr.
Joei,h (ioon for J bushel Timothy
7;,,u , .. I 1 I' i coilrs for bett chain and nails dip
S R Jordan for best 1 aero ol Spring j Snnunei fie ld Tioga! for s:reiv p.,t. 1 Oil
j wheat, yield 25 bushels , j Win Walla.-e for ironing hames 100
AiiK-rican Agriculturist k 1 00 , Hlish.-x F.-ntcn for best "knitting ma
M II I.tither for best bushel Spring j chine
! wheal Anierican Agriculturist ore year ; c vtV h,,.nf al kiJ.
: 'J.'1.':'."' ('".'W,'"'.1''' '! J"-'!- . " "
11 1 aiotteii io. i. est ini-uei 01 1 orn
1 ,.aXi American Aprirulturist one yi sr'.
! r. .1 ! i-.... 1.. . o 1 1.
. ni.in-ii iwiivi im i't-1 J iiniJ i-mis-
!. !. -.11 r.A
wiioal, Amc riciiii Agnculluri-l anil 1 tsi
I'''T ii' be.M aero turnips 1 00
The judges submit that nii'tiy ot'ier
!K,-,ocimeiis ol g-a.n Ac, weie brought to
j their noiice, w hic'i were hiirhly ciediiable
i '" "- .-, .-..v ..... ...
sufiieitnl t.) cntitlo to uremiiims.
Class No. 10 -ll. ead ami Cereal Food.
Diplomas were awarded to (he following
j . . . .
.'i-i -i n i.ii nil- ni i;iri ii,.iiit-u .
! jjj8 -;.l.j0nes for best L larcrst fruit
! " Cuke
' rs K.P.Jcne for groatost variety of
'Mrs Samuel Arnold for Sponge Cako
Miss Km. Alexander for Apt lo Jelly
I Mrs William Spnckman for best Ciab
Miss Henrietta Irwin for Jelly Cako
Melusn Irwin best blackberries
-....!. xi 111 i .i .1.
Martha Moore best (.tape Je.ly dtp
... l'H.ir.".l 1". l.l'.LIi.t-liir mi l ..
t-i '. -...i i- . , . . ,-. i i... .i:
Florence Graham for Appl-i Jelly dip
" Olive Alexander for . Strawberry'
Mrs T. G. Snyder for Currant Jolly dip
Miss Martha D. Wright for Raspberry i
, M.s T .l. McCullougl. for Tomato .Tel. din
Miles Reed for wild Cherry Jelly dip
Mis Km. A. Graham for best Cake dip '
Mrs Sam'l Arnold best Tomato Ruttor dip
" C R. T.arrett best Wheal Rread dip!
" Wm. Spackman best Rye llrvad dip
Class 17. Fdt,r and Cheese. j
Mrs A.C'-Tate for best firkin cf Tutter.l 00
Mrs David Dressier for best firkin of Rut-
ter 1 00
Mrs David Dressier for best 10 lbs of Rut-;
Mrs Vm Spackmtn for best 10 lbs fresh
Miss Jane Harlshom bebt cheese 1 00
Tho committee being unablo to deciio
between the competitors for butter as
above havo agreed to award premiums
to all. They add with preat pleasure that
several other excellent pecimniis of but ,
ter wero exJiibited.
Class 18. .FW.
Richard Shaw jr for be&t Ry-flour 1 00
Richard Shaw junior (or trst Buckwheat
flour 1 00 ;
il fl .'if
l ,. " " I'..!- il i.f l,. m fl
, ! I I "In A I I ' ' V I t lit i -r ti In. .1 I
till I . 4 .k
. 1 1 1. i i, - i n i.n .li-ii-ii t .( i,, t i ,n
Mm ll-nm I' l!.-l f r lb" I , t M-
! mii"i mi
Mi" l l( Ixitti it I " I n il, j' I . in Inn .'.')
I.. - i hi . I ii:i ,1)
; Mix M i, nie I 1 1 n i;' Hi I t I it limy I t .V -
M.4 hull Hil-. Icr I..-.I !i!,.,l h..uf Mill,
in. Hie fi i iii nijj i
'.'l.4 No. ':'.-hmiif M,tnHf,.-t,rj.
Mr Snvnj;p r-r l-Mt .uttiiii-t ami Cm..
Min M iry ll,irteV'rii fur th" beit pi.-i .. i,
rl itb 1 (Ml
Ml-a Mji J- 1! ll lull jiii fir the bent bl.nik .
Pt.i I W
Mm Jntip IliirUlioiii vi,i)l ii-n eurx-t I IK)
Mm Mult lf-i 1 Im- bint Jin;: enrpet I IHJ
Ml,i "eed lot bent, lbig CBrju-l
, e.m-m rii.uii I UU
Mi! I-. K ed fur tK'st rrtvhe'. work .00
! " M. Illnotu bet wncllon nulls .'.(
" s, H-ed best ivoolU n itoeking 50
' I'.. HhieliM " " " .10
M ' H u'hel Reed for best ehildrelii' Hloek.
M -'roliuo ni.n.iu lor one pair woollen
I Mocking knit by homolf when 12 yenii
, ... .
' ' Vmr siocKings nij
( lor 1 pair double yarn Hook
' "'P 'l
'I's Amelia ICy rider for best tidy 60
I "' Hoteiieo (irahatn fur ailk quilt -dip
I 'avid lrt-ler for one pair cotton
Mra 11 W Tarks bot oouutarpaino dip
M,ss Amelia Kynder for bo.t 1 Infant's
M Kratj.er fur 1 Zephyr Son-
1 l"o dip
Class No. 21. aVWc, She'l, Wcu mrk, dc
jIiss Juue McCullough fora'dk embroider.
t.,J vc jjp
jane M.. Oillough for embroidered
muslin dress din
Mm W Siiackuian for bust embroider-
o I collar dip
airs Amelia lciinauy oesi caioromereit
' 'ss Amelia Rynder best embroidered
i w.iu. Uip
i lss Mary liurchfitld bust embroidered
; .,covar dT
m Hu I i K....J.1. I. .. . r. ... i . i ...... l .. l
.- .. . ..... .,.. .. ou.uiu oy ..e, -
. w ' w "tv u,j'
(.miss- isaocua .micneii lor einuroKicreii
I i-kiit diti
ll! I- I -I. W . I .If 1
'!,s Anna Mills for embroidery by hr-
self b?intf under 12 v.mrs of age 50
Miss M Ii McMu nay ottoman cover 50
hell work rocking
" " " liK'ss cottage dip
" Matilda A McMunay hair work bas
Miss Sophie MeI,od for beet chair seat dip
.uzr Mchoo-.l for crochet mat cr.p
m v-ii,... r t , ,.,!..-
M h. r legal for suiiii!er
Mr Henrietta Welch fer worked
jMiss l.'iiisa Morgan for embroidered pin
Mi-s Olive Alexander for best
in ILanigan foi bett tissue bas
Miss M. Hi.rtmnn fr n-i,tM basket, (lip
Mrs L J Cans Tor I'.i it ..graphic cup and
,, . u i r
j r ':'!' " fn',,l' f'," 01 nRmcilt
k,1'" luc, '',! 7?r
M , l'or,'m 8 UvTmo" frtr m
j MUs Lot ma Jones for cono work, cor
j nucopia dip
; Class No. 22. 7,-f Mdlryaml .Vuliniy
I Miss Jennie Mitchell for be.-l bonnet 1 l-'O
Ci.afs No. 23. Artutit- uvrit.
MisiSnjihic MLeo t for best colored
L .1 Crans fur 1ksL FunmiiiiNhiu
,Ctiss No. Zb.-UtU'lc -j'n-.s ail
00 1 e-'ilvr-
uei (.. rassmorc lor l-c-t horso shoe-
(' FberpacinT for best horse shoes
3 K iV.rrett for best family carriage
(not made in c-rjnty) dip
u t-. 1 r t . 1 t
' -U "'y n,,vl ln., n-
county .1 00
, Win SrurU linn f-,r So;t ln-tilwr !i 1
' " ,il . '1 Hi.' .'
W,; Fu,.nrn f(,r best one l.or-e sled
in count v
1 'in,(c;n'r ,..
T ... - - l ... i . . . e
i t-.t-ts -i. taMnrtirar ntouniy.
, ',a?0', ,nvin f'11' 01,0 cl"n,n
. itrjwmy, ar.
iitio I horn lor best pannpl door 1 W
I Mi'.i.e.Siinrkiuan i Co lr ivindow sssh 1 00
. A II ln. i I . ,i f I,
dip ' Frank Terney fur lot of baskets I 00
I Class No. 20. .W, ,111. Gant'i Vtjttib'cf.
fT , Wm Z Cians for 4 beitt stalks of cel
jil': ery dip
dlI Hiram Wood ward for best G heads of
, Fen on A Spencer for lst table j-ota
. ;;... "..." ''
pjy.,,, JI0HlveI f0. .sl pa.
Mrs vVni rtCullough best squashes
- . A rt . ,. . Cl.
. l Lass .No. oi. Cu;'n:rt, .uluiert and Pthoe-
Honry Snyder for best single harness 2 00
John McThcriOn for bett display of
leather 1 00
John McTheTson for best finished har
ness 1 00
m Wallace bel tanned burkskin dip
'' ''UcK Sv dip
Class N'.. 31. Tailors' ad Fpilist tiers
jjr8 jprj PpHcKnnin for best boy's
Cla-ss ' S2.--Vi'nfi!i.; in county.
Messrs G D Goodlander A. Co for best
specimens of printing (no cotneti
Cufs No. 33. ttw-ware.
j,,. r oi for fa . k ,
C'-AFS Sl. Lhemiealt and Chemral Ae-
tton in the county.
Mis-M K Flepal for best Hird soap 1 (H
Mrs Matthew Reed for bejt candles 100
John Heed for writing inks 1 00
Mrs G R Rarrelt for apocimon of vin
egur I 00
Class Ko. 33 Natural Minerals.
James Rirchficld for best specimen of
Jccdau Ff 4i if) io bituminous e?l dip
'i i M
f t (flint
' il . j .1
.1 I 'I
I l"'1'! ' Ml I I ' l I . . t. i f
. t" . I .. I, II, HI..
H. V, Wib ,, f .,, , , i
M i ' .I . I I .x.ti.ii I 1 1 t (-. ..,'n f, . .
1'ii'n ri "i" , I'mij I nut ti n
I't ll '. il ill f , I.. M ., ,., iril , f
A iban k I' - it) ' I r-ilt 1 1.
Jiiiiiii A.lvi'cl .. l- t 1 1 imi ti i
Mi-, ill nil. ni, ir .
ini nun w in. i-.it(ii r n r Mit nn riim n
'l m N. 3 t.-i,i....,,,
Mi Aiii.ii I.. Kub h lor hiiii-iiiiiti.shii
Snimu l lloj-ton ,.i ,
dill ert I u.i r fi.r ono ill um limti'ifrte-
' tut. "I in oni-Mv,
Chttili. I I Kille Mitltinl 1'iiiinl.
Uhlitn jteti C'udet Hih.m Uniiil.
Class No. 39. .Vm-n-ii.
Jiihti L). Wright for beit Nurs. ry,
Cl Ass No. 4').- (Jwnnl lAtt:
Miss Henrietta Irwin b.i-t di-play and
greatest variety of Flowers, dip
Sutniinl Ki'ii-iii for bent Chc'u, dip
ilis M. Ii. McMurrny lor best display
of Moral ornaments. din
Min Melissa Irwin best hand boqupt, dip
Mrs. Ileniielta Welch for best vario-
ty of I alilian,
C la-s No. 41.
- HAmml Knnu, fo. cae an( birJ
Frank I urrimer for a Turtle Dovo,
lv. t,. hhaw for one Pheasant,
Mar. A. Nichols foi 2 Trout.
Class No. 12. MWi, if.c.
Mrs. E. 1'. Jones Vt (lomestic wine 1 00
Do do best Kbier blonsom do dip
Do do bst Apple 'o dm
t. it. rmyiier jsiacKoeiry do dip
Mrs. A. U. Finney Currant do dip
Mrs. S. Mitchell Rasbtrry do dip
Mrs. W. L. Mcorolirape do dip
Many other specimens of trine were ex
amined a:id found to be highly creditablo
to the exhibitors.
Tim committee havo mda the abovo
awards from tliu reports made by tho
Judges, which in many instances were
inlorinal and difficult to understand. Tho
labor ha been performed with an anxious
it .I. , ..... . .
I desire to do justice lo the exhibitor., and
I with the hope of rendering satisfaction to
1 he .Society take this method of ren
'dci ing thanks to a generous people lor
the hl.eral manner in which they oontrib
uted to the complete success of the Fair;
much credit is due tho ollieers in charge,
and vrry much to tho poople in atten
dance, for the perfect order which pre
vailed on the ground during the whole of
the four days.
It i also not a little gratifying to be
able to Minnuin.' that not a single acci
dent of ony kind occurred, and that bar
tnony and good feelinu prevail id through-
r.LLIS I H 1 1'res'l
D. F. lriZWElL'rlUSec.
THE WAR NEWS !
The Reported Duushr to the
'Ihe Northern preM, it appears, do not
j T'"c 'mI'1'cl! 'lln-' -' "'
of h.s victory over he 1 etlerul
,leet at the head ol the I'asses in the
Mississippi river. The Netv York ZW,
in the course of a lorg artiole. Bays :
lliwo is enough alout it to make us
doubt u liolher it is so tnucli a disaster to
our Meet and so great a victory to Hollin.si
as lie roortsent.-i
Andlirst.it iseviJent!visioniann.llini. There must be l
that but a small pirt ol'ou siuadrm w is
engaged in the ' light, llollnu says tvo
had forty guns in ihs eng,igeiiient.
1'robably we had tho Yinccmies, 22 g-ins;
I'.-i ble 10 "im.-,. and Water Wileli. '1 i'.in
'Pi in 1. 11 3s guns. That would leave the
Niagra, tho .Savannah and the Richmond
in all SO guns out of the figil aito-
i-eihri ! iv -.ien tvo l.resumo was : u case.
c , , - -
This would agree1 witb the ruport of Oct.
4. vrhicu Slated that the v ater Witch
i'il two oilier vessels, were above the
bars of tho passes, protecting ihe erection
ot batteries on the J.ind -pit. It this work
on baltc rios nhojlsl be allowed to go on
on.) week, said ihe dispa'chc-s to Rich
mond, on ihe 4th inst., the five Raises ol
t Ii 3 Mississippi will be commanded by
tho Nationals. It seems probable that
.' Hollius got all the gunboats together th; t
lie coui'l, and stai led down to the mouth
of the river, lo drive away the protecting
sloops of war, if posiibie, and rapture or
disperse the me;i engaged in reeling bat
teries on the sand sp,t. If so, it appears
by his own report that ho failed. Uo
speaks ot sinking the Treble, and driving
the other vessel aground; lie talks ot
"peppering'- thu.-o vessels after they goi
fast in the sand. Hut why didn't bedis-
trov them? Was anything more easy
than to r'ddlo with shot and shell such
helph-sit objects as giounded vessels,
which lie wu near enough to ' pepper" so.
well with his liltlo lleel that had WA sul
feted a casualty ?
THE REBEL IRON CLAD VESSEL.
For some timo the people of Ne Or
leans have beeu threatening that they
would break the blockaue and destroy niin abo .t two hundred well armed n".
ojt vessels, and lo prove that they nieuiii I riie Z o iaves were armed, but b'i nglw
what they said, ihty set about consiruci- - ted lo es'.ahlish any sentinels to
mg a vessel t.,at was lo etlicl this iilijeet, ! alarm in ca-so the enemy should be in tba
0 though they were noiuew hat troubled as
I lo the shape, sty, Ac, that this atlair was
io no. 1 1 e iiiiuio sun tus io ne chiicu a.- soepo ol Hie utmost conlu.Mon prev.,
so disturbed them much, and at last it They did n it use their arms, nor louid
became known to the people as "ihe , the rebels fire upen them, lest ii should
thing" or the "nondescript " alarm the camps, and they would be ru''
Tho de-pitch states thai "cur iron stea-;med. A Urge number of them escap".
mer sunk iho l'rtbie with her iron prow" j Lo ve-vor, and loft thirteen of their Copl
and as it was the intention of the re-hels i a,ej in tho hands of tho rebels. Va:H
io cover this vessel with lion armor, it the night t-o of them escaped, and cam
muy have been tho same one that 'V as m to camp. Previous to this, fonic aaf
building ; but this is hardly probable, as ; ety was felt for their safety, and sroutl
it was launched but a short tuno ago, and! were sent out to find what had be-oraeM
could hardly have bei n got ready in so! theni, nnd they rpturned bringing no
short a tune. The great probaMlity n' dings whatever. The men alio earns B
that their iron clad steamer, with .vhich rej.ort that tho rebels say they liar
they claim to havo done bomuch damage, i loige foico nearour lines, and tbt-y a
is the proptllor Fnoch Train, formorly otjsoi-n move towards us.
ilon-a vessel that was published by, mvl.es AND WAGONS,
eome Now Orleans Merchants lor tho pur- ' i
pose ol towing, on account of her treat! It is stated that tho Government
t. . i.,. i. .. .., , I nntv .itliin tho linos of tho annv C-l "
iiiriijitii, oumi.iiS .luuiciiw (....in i.i.r-- nn rkl hot
rnimll romr.asa. When we Leaid li-o.n her rotomac. ill round nuinliorH, oii.li"'
last they w ero encasing her with railroad
iron and adding lo tier ootv a strong iron
piow for pushing or smashing against a
vessel, Thetnocii Train is a propeherof
about sw tons hut then, is one hundred
and twenty eii(lit feet lorg, tventy six
leet wide, and twelve feet depth of hold.
Ilus wilier measurement tietore bcin s d ni ht last in nn afT,av Rith a w
alterod by the rebels. the was built ml, . , ... r Tli
the year 18-35, and was a Mrong, though ( low private, named Hiram .ke. i
not very fuel bout. Theother vessel (latter wa handod over to Iho civdsuiu
oouj posing the rebel fleet reare, ofooor&e, jitie?, o1 oommitted for trial.
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l 1 'l"f Mill
I'll I ' In ,. , i.,
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t"tu I. in, im ad. u i.;- j
f '..;. !,.., fir, s S', j rUf,";
to.. ,,., ii,..ri,-, oi h!, 'uvju';
I" l' en our lore..-. ...hI, .- L".
(Jen Ko-.'i intm nml th.-o , - h '
Uin.h.,- tk-n. I .-o. l(o.,.,.u. j -.".!:.
-with h.s, cn.r wven tin.m.,,,,,1.
wut.lsli.inp I-ookout.wii.-rMl,,, ,
guard drove in the inetnv's i.i.k. '
Heiwaid lollowea up fuJ. & ''
Mountuin, a kw uii.les fioiu al.I. "
l.eu l.ad his cut.. e force (Hmi !u
mrongly eniicncliiHj md fortiliV lC','
tha at inics could seo each older i "'
lron their camping grounds. TIim w1''
stojd nienaciiig each other for
days, when, finally, (Jen. Rosccrani L"1
(o the serious conclusion that he
fall back on Cn.np Lookout or Ouulf H
Therolore tho first brnrado r: Jl"
liatu's which consistod only tf n,0 .
ivegiuieui, .uaj. nut Ke comtuatiili
oruereti nacK j tlie l.lli be
Lookout, and tho Thirteenth t n.. . ?
The boys of tho Tenth were tmiUy
litied when ordered back ; 1 never
lite saw men more eager or anxiouj' f,ifU'
fight than thev were. - '
This light mil not be ca-,ilv fur,tt.
11 y tiiem indeed il was one ol th
foolibh movements Gen
c i , I.;. .. w. . "'l
il. evi-r n . l
i,noiiiPuinuimu lii-iiern v irginie .
aim, if 1 unmake uot, it w as all cuuitdbv
the inactivity aud blundering of (Jen i'm
and a few others of the saniu ilk. (,,1
repreieuied things in a manner that lej
(ien Rosccrana to bc-lievo that a victory
would be easily achieved. When ourar!
mj came within ten miles ol Camp fSewUl
llio roads wore almost impasmbif io.
much so that some nf the wagons anj
ambulances we:o broken to atoms.' To
cosmopolitan journalist, the nu'iiacing (.
titude ol both armies would imk-cil U
glorious sight. There atood the Souti
ern t:oopson Little Sewall, giant liken
form, while our troops stood looking on
ith amazement, ful! of cha-rin mil dis.
it was, incloed, ono of the most fooli.li
as well as one of the most llatteneil out,
expeditions thu', could happen an attut
and it is no wonder that tlie mpn fc.it
miserable. And 1 am surpi-jsed that Gen
Rcsecran did not see into ii tielure lit
sturted. Had he looked iiiatlem ciraight
in me nice, as u eneriii suouiu, lie would
have saved th government an enormou.
expense, the hotpilid trom hundred of
soldiers, and Eoldicrs from ill humcr.-
I he J.ict cs! the mutter is, Cartdl'ex Ferrv
about which so much Ins been said and
written, turns out more to our cost. a
great binder and a sad mi-take: mid in.
s:ead of heaping opjir'.biotis cpii hts on
rloyd, calling him cowai J. lie his in tL
end turned out to be Roiernins' superior
as an o"llicer and a genet ul. He out rut'
movent! him in very way an I u. ev'y
sense of the word. We now find hiaion
ol our most formidable opponents at Lit
lle Setvall. Thous.inds nf nion anil mil.
'c,ns of dollars hp.vrt vol to bn i-yi-,),,!
tK.foro the goverutnent gains thwa'ltau
tage that f.Sen. Kosecrans gained but lort
at (.Viiifex Ferrv.
Tho condition of the soldiers of tliii di-
least 1,000 men in tho dit!ernt hospiuli.
LATK.ST FROM THU KANAWHA.
We lea.m (hat 011 Saturday latt, Grn.
Ro-ecrans vt ms encamped six miles cl'itant
from (Jauley, hav rig fallen Lick from Ike
-ummit of Setvall mountain. It ai-pun
j Shat neither army had iranfj iilaucn to
g"i mi neess.Hrv sumiiies. ami oota nia
. , fc .
a:len bnck duiiui: the nicht. fr ccmfotl
and Letter protection, 'The enemy
encamped twenty six miles from I!m-
Leo is reported in coiiniv.nJ of
the enernv. Our informant did not learn
ll.elr strens'h. When he came don is
met eight hundred wagons on tliersA
between Gnuley and C.:arlpstrnrii tv'nh
supplies. Our sick wore being nt lo
Cuarlesion, Ya.. and GalTqioiis, Ohio, to
speedily cs jiossible. Wheeling Prcs:
FROM ZASTi;X VMGISIA.
THE ATTCK OS THE 1'IKK ZOL'A OtS NF.AJ
The correspondent of tho l'lii.adelpliii
Inquirer, writing from Fortress Jlonroe,
gives the following account of Ibe hi tuck
upon and the capture of a number of llio
F''e Zouaves by I ho Confederates,
Newport News, on Saturday hist ;
"(J.i Saturday, a company of llio S(
York Firu Zouaves left their r.irnp t
Newport News,oint, for the purj-o-e of
c-.iltnig wo.nl for fuel. They piucetd.'J.to
cut wood abiut two miles end a half from
th camp, air.l bad nearly loaded up sn
ar jy wagon, which was drawn by four
I nuiles, when the rebels surroandeJ then
vicinity. The first thing the Zwsvei
knew they were entirely kurroutuled. i
l otomac hi round numlior-i, oii.t""' "l
sos, purcin sed at ?I20 apiece ; 7,000 a
ai SHI npieco. and 5U00 wugor. at
ai 5-141 apieco, arm
Fatal ArrKAV. Talric Rooney,'
vate in the New York 34th Regiment, it
t,0nod at Rockville, Md., was killed o