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]For the Bradford Rcporti-r.]
BY SYBU. PAKK.
The summer hath not vanifchid yet,
Though autumn day* are here,
The blossoms still with dew are wet,
The sky is soft and dear.
Adr -.im> light—> "acred hush—
llroods over all the earth,
I'nlite the springtime's early blush,
Unlike its song aud mirth.
A!i, ves ! we know this calmness breathes
Of darkness, and decay—
That all the joy which summer leaves.
Must sadly pas away.
And we know the brightest hues are thoso
Which tell of death and blight ;
That .the gorgeous sunset ever glows.
To fade away in night.
But yet we love such dyes the beet.
The crimson and the gold.
Which gather o'er the purple west,
In many a shining fold.
Like strains of pealing music heard.
Within a sacred aisle.
The heart's deep fount of joy is stirred,
Bv autumn's brilliant smile.
The thistle-down goes floating by.
Vague re-tless in the tight.
I iK<- po< t's dreams—one moment nigh,
Then vanishing from sight ;
Now dancing softly "mid the leaves,
Now flying through the air.
Uncertain as the wayward breeze,
That ligliletli everywhere.
Though we mn-t mark, the bright leaved flowers,
Die in their lovely sheen,
Th< y live again in fairer bowers,
Which mortal hath not seen.
\\i may not sigh amid the gloom
i if w inter's sombre reign,
i -r there is light, and sunny bloom
To eoine with Spring again.
IV.tth is no phantom grim and cold.
Only a white-robed guest,
\\ ho he..rs from every guarded fold.
Some weary heart to reot.
We in nl not dread that angel voice.
We need not fear to sleep
Where fragrant buds of Spring rejoice,
And Summer dew drops weep.
i.NTl:i:i:sri.\T; LETTEI: FROM
!ION. S. T). lASCUIAAVr.
THICK TON, Oet. 4, IS.IG.
HOV. .JOHN T,A CHUTE— My Dear Sir: You
may have noticed that I am again to some ex
tra;! in public view. After so long a retire
: nt from political affairs, it may seem proper
Tine to make explanation of this to my per
friends. In determining to abstain from
i ding in political life, it was not intended
to amid a public declaration of opinion in any,
i especially in extreme exigencies of public
affairs, and an occasion has now arisen, which,
' ray judgment, eminently calls for the exer
' : uf the feeblest as well as the ablest efforts.
1 hare always been decidedly opposed to the
agression of the ultra abolitionists on the
Mitli, and fondly hoped that the measures of
K>o Hi re a final settlement of the Slavery
ipstion. But the scene is now changed. In
R'i ■ vil hour we had placed an incompetent and
" •"lute man at the head of the Government,
readily yielded his power into the hands
i.e 'Secretary of War) who was known to
•• a MxeLiionist, unless the slave states could
! we absolute dominion; and we have been
'bed to decide whether the whole public do
"in ought to be kept open for settlement by
"lueii who live by their own honest labor,
'drali be devoted to the exclusive possession
tbise who live mainly by ruising and selling
HIP principles involved appeared to me suf
•'"t in determine my judgment, aside from
•* immense National interests at stake. To
'■' rate these, let us suppose Kansas to eon
,in ot) millions of acres under cultivation ;
' ''"'tents exceed TO millions of acres) this
■•■ Rid give 0011.000 farms of 100 acres each.
H"*? owned and cultivated hv a" family of 0
' '''K would support a population of .1 mil-
miployed in agriculture alone, exclusive
■'"* engaged in mechanical and other cm
• "' "ts—supplied as freemen would be with
" r, i>es, schools, and all the other institutions
~' ar . v to the development of human intel
"in<l the advancement of human happiness.
( "'" ist this with the condition of Virginia
da very Ims run its course—aud take
''•iv le . . .
• ,s k s description of Virginia, viz :
'"•have relied alone on the single power of
tilture and surh agriculture! Yoursedgc
-11,4 outshine the sun. Your inattention to
0r, 1.v source of wealth lias scared the bos
, ' ni.ithcr earth. Instead of having to
■"tie on a thousand hills, yon hare, had
" 'I" *him]>-t/iiUd steer through the sedge- '
'''procure n single beef-steal;. The pre- j
lW| ditioii of things has existed too long !
■j.*"' e h'ndlord lias skinned the !
the tenant has skinned the land,un- !
law ' grown poor together."
p"i l '' P c ' l,,r ge is, that we would 1
I '""gitiians and others of the South
I , Riisre. Nothing can he more untrue.
B'' not \"
1 ' Virginians and North Carolinans,
1 , f ' in great numliers in Ohio, and be
■ fiirincr.- ? So it would be in Kan
•' Ci 0!1 Vv •• place of happy refuge
THE BRADFORD REPORTER.
for the most sufferiug class 6'f the white labor
ers of the South, who if settled there would
be as much interested in the exclusion of slave
ry as other immigrants can be. The thunder
ing clamor now making about the rights of
the South to take their slave property into the
Territories is got up by those who want a
market for their slaves—not by those who
want to cultivate the land. It would require
some strong logic to prove that such operators
have a constitutional or conventional right to
the exclusive possession of the whole public
domniu. I say exclusive, because the free la
borer can never prosper where slavery exists.
Such arc my views, and they are coulirined
by the democratic principles I have always
cherished. I ain too old to follow a tyrant's
| banner because it has the word Democracy
i painted on it.
But 1 have given you a long letter, when I
| had intended a short one. I shall be released
! to find that you agree with me ; but whether
or not it will make no difference in the sinceri
ty of the respect and esteem of
Your unchangeable friend,
S. I). INGHAM.
P. S. I have just past iny 77 th year—am
confined entirely to my own room, aud can on-1
ly write on a slate, having an amanuensis to :
i copy, so that my corrcsjiondeiice must be very
! limited. S. I). I.
READ AND PONDER!!
The New " Democratic " Doctrine.
Slavery not to It confined to the Xcgro Race,
but to be made the universal condition of the '
laboring classes of society.
The people of the Free States have so long
yielded to the arrogant demands of the Slave
Oligarchy in the South, that the latter has
come to think it can carry any measure it sees
lit, no matter how degrading it may be to the
character of the free white men of the North.
Not many years ago the Southern slave-hold
ers were contented to have their "hutnan chat
tels " protected in the Stutes where they held |
Next, they demanded and scoured five Slave
States from acquired territory, (La., Fa., Ark.
Mo., and Texas,) while the Free States have
only secured two, —lowa and California.
A'ext, the Slave power demanded ull the
territories, and broke down the Missouri Com
promise, which secured a part of those territo
ries to rree labor.
A est, they demanded the right to come into
th cfrcc States with their slaves whenever they
choose, and stay as long as they please, and
the United States Courts seem about to yield
to tlicni, and grant this outrageous demand.
But the last, the crowning, the diabolical, as
sumption is, that Slavery is not to be confined
to the NEGRO RACE, but must be made to
include laboring WHITE MEN also. This
doctrine, which is so monstrous and shocking
as almost to seem incredible, is now openly
avowed and defended by very many of the
newspapers and public men of the South that
support James Buchanan. The doctrine is al
so pioclaimed by some Northern newspapers
of the so-called Democratic party, but not
generally with shell boldness as in the South.
To show the exact extent and nature of this
doctrine of enslaving WHITE MEN, the ex
tracts from Buchanan papers, aud from the
speeches of Buchanan men are given.
The Richmond Examiner, one of the lead
ing Democratic papers in Virginia, ardently
! supporting Mr. Buchanan, holds the following
language in a late iyuc 1
" Until recently, the defence of Slavery has
labored under great difficulties, because its
apologists, (fur they were mere apologists,)
took halfway grounds. They confined the de
fence of .slavery to mere negro Slavery ; there
by giving up the Slavery principle and admit
ting other forms of Slavery to be wrong.
The line of defence, however, is now chang
ed. The South now maintains that Slavery
is right, natural and necessary, and does not de
pend upon the difference of COMPLEXION.
The laws of the "Slave States, justify the hold
ing of \\ IIITE MEN in bondage."
Another Buchanan paper, the leading one
in South Carolina, says :
" Slavi ry is the natural and normal condi
tion of the laboring man, whether WHITE or
black. The great evil of Northern free society
is, that it is burdened with a servile class of
M ECU A NICS and LA BORERS, unfit for
self government, and yet clothed with the at
tributes aud powers of citizeus. Master and
Slave is a relation in society as necessary as
that of parent and child ; and the Northern
States will yet have to introduce it. Their
theory of free government is a delusion."
There's " Democratic" doctrine for you,
with a vengeance ; " our theory of free gov
ernment u delusion,'* —" laboring men whether
white or black to be slaves." Verily, matters
arc coming to a pretty pass with us.
The Richmond (Va.) Jinijuirer,Mr. Buchan
an's confidential organ, and considered by the
" Democratic " party as its ablest paper in the
South, sjienks as follows in a recent number :
" Repeatedly have we asked the North 'Has
not the experiment of universal liberty FAIL
ED ? Are not the evils of FREE SOCIETY
INSUFFERABLE 1 And do not most
thinking men among you propose to subvert
and reconstruct it V Still no' answer. This
gloomy silence is auother conclusive proof, ad
ded to many other conclusive evidences we
have furnished, that free society in the long run
is an impracticable form of society ; it is 1
everywhere starving, demoralized, and insurrec
" We rejient, then, that policy and humani
ty alike forbid the ertensien of the evils of free
society to new people and coming generations.
" Two opposite and conflicting forms of so
ciety cannot, among civilised men co exist and
endure. The one must give way and cease to
exist. The other become universal.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT TOWANDA, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA., BY E. O'MEARA GOODRICH.
| If free society be unnatural, immoral, uu
christiau, it must fall, and give way to slave
society— a social system old as the world, univer
sal as man .-"
And the Muscogee (Ala.) Ilerald, another
valiant Buchanan orgau, savs :
" Free society ! we sick of the name. What
is it but a conglomeration of GREASY .ME
CHANICS, F 1 L T II Y OPERATIVES
SMALL FISTEI) FARMERS, and moon
struck I lILORISTS ? All the Northern and
especially the New England States are devoid
of society and unfitted for well-bred gentlemen.
The prevailing class one meets with is that of
mechanics struggling be genteel, and small
farmers who do their own drudgery ; and vet
who are hardly fit for association with a Sontli-
<rn gentleman's body-servant. This is your
free society tfhich the Northern hordes are en
deavoring to extend into Kansas."
And the Smith Side. Democrat, another prom
inent Buchanan paper, in Virginia, whose edi
tor was supported for Clerk of the House of
Representatives by the present Congress abuses
everything FREE after this style :
" We have got to hating everything with
the prefix h REE, from free negroes down and
up through the whole catalogue—FßEE farms
FREE labor, FREE society, FREE will,
FREE thinking, FREE children and FREE
schools—all belonging to the same brood of
damnable isms. But the worst of all these
| abominations is the modern system of FREE
• SCHOOLS. The New England system of
free schools has been the cause aud prolific
source of the infidelities aud treasons that have
turned her cities into Sodoms and Gomorrahs,
and her land into the common nestling-places of
holing Bedlamites. He abominate the system,
because the schools are FREE."
The \\ ashingtou Union, the national orgau
of the "Democratic" party, says that the
j honest heroic free LABORING MEN in
"Are a MISERABLE BLEAR-EYED
RABBLE who " have been transferred like
so many CATTLE to that country."
The New \ ork Day Book, one of the two
papers in New York City that support James
Buchanan, proposes to enslave poor AMERI
CANS, GERMANS and IRISH, who may
fall into poverty and be unable to support their
families, llere are the Day Book's exact works
j in speaking of the POOR WIIITE PEOPLE:
" Sell the parents of these children into
SLA\ ERY. Let our Legislature pass a law
that whoever will take these parents and take
care of them and their OFFSPRING, iu sick
ness and iu healtli, clothe them, feed them, and
house them, — shall be legally entitled to their
services; and let the same Lehislaturc decree
that whoever receives these parents and their
CHILDREN, and obtains their services, shall
take care of them AS LONG AS THEY
So much for extracts from "Democratic"
newspapers. Now for a few from Democratic
S. W. Downs, late Democratic Senator
from Louisiana, in an elaborate and carefully
prepared speech, published in the Washington
Globe, says :
" I call upon the opponents of Slaverv to
prove that the WHITE LABORERS of the
North are as happy, as contented, or as com
fortable, as the Slaves of the South. In the
South the slaves do not suffer one-tenth of the
evils endured by the white laborers of the
North. Poverty is unknown to the Southern
slave, for as sotfn fts the master of slaves be
comes too poor to provide for them he SELLS
them to others who can take care of them.—
This, sir, is one of the excellencies of the sys
tem of Slavery, and this is the superior condi
tion of the Southern slave over the Northern
According to Mr. Downs, tfecn, (good Dem
ocratic authority) all that the Northern white
laborer requires is somebody to srV bim when
lie falls into poverty. Admirable philanthropy!
Beautiful Democracy ! !
Senator demons of Alabama declared in a
speech in the U. S Sensate, that " the opera
tives of New "England wore not us Well situa
ted nor as comfortably off as the slaves that
cultivate the rice and cotton fields of the south.'
In a recent speech by .Air. Reynolds, Picrce-
Buchanan-Democratic candidate for Congress
from Missouri, that gentleman distinctly assert*
c 1 that—
"The same construction of the power of
Congress to exclude slavery from a United 1
States Territory, would just ify the Covcrnmcnt
in excluding foreign-boru citizens— GEß-
MANS AND IRISH A S WELL AS
Here a Missouri Democrat classes CER- '
MA A S and IRISH indiscriminately with
NEGRO SLA VES.
Mr. L. H. (ioode, another Atchison Demo
crat of Missouri, in a recent speech against the
Free State men of Kansas, denounced the i..v-
EOHINT, men as " WHITE SL.I VES"
SEX A TOR BUTLER, (the uncle of
"Assassin" Brooks,) a shining light in the
Democratic galaxy, declared in a speech in the
U. S. Senate this session—
"That men have no right to VOTE unless
they are possessed of property as required bv
the Constitution of South Carolina. There no
man can vote unless he owus ten negroes, or
real estate to the value of ten thousand dollars.'
JAMES BUCHANANS the President
ial candidate of the men and of the party who
hold these odious views.
JOHN C. FREMONT, the true Repub
lican and true Democrat, who has worked his
own way from poverty to greatness pays the
following high tribute to the dignity of FREE
LABOR, and vet his enemies have the mean
ness to assert that he is a slave-holder. Pol.
Fremont never owned a dollar in human flesh.
Hear what he says about " free l-abor."
" FREE LABOll —the natural capital
which constitutes the real wealth of this great
country, and creates that intelligent power in
the masses, alone to be relied onus the bulwark
of FREE INSTITUTIONS.
*> • * ?
Kilbourn County, Wisconsin, a place
containing one hundred inhabitants, docs not
contain a single Buchanan man.
" REGARDLESS OF DENUNCIATION FROM ANY QUARTER."
Awarded at the Fourth Annual Fair of the
Bradford County Agricultutral Society, (Jc
toler 2, 1850.
Heavy draught, Ist premium to J.H.Marsh ;
a like premium to M'Kean Lnporte ; 2d doi
to C. Pierce.
Light draught and saddle, Ist premium to
C. Cummings ; 2d dd. to Daniel Shaw.
Roadsters, Ist premium to G. W. Brown
ing ; 2d do. to J. U. Towner.
Three Tears old stallions, Ist premium to
Brood Mares, Ist premium to P. L. Pettin
gill ; 2d do. to Ira Stephens.
Matched Carriage Horses, Ist premium to
Francis Watts ; 2d do. to B. Kiugsbery.
Matched Carriage Mares, Ist premium to
J. li. Irvine ; 2d do. to John M'Cord.
Single Carriage Horse, Ist premium to S.
M'Kean ; 2d do. to E. D. Moutanve.
Saddle Horses, Ist premium to (J. Manville;
2d do. to L. Wells.
Draught Horses not reported yet.
Three years old colts, Ist premium to Geo.
Three years old Filly, Ist premium to Lu- j
! man Pratt ; 2d do. to' Jacob Kenick.
j Two years old stallion, Ist premium to G. >
j H. Vandyke.
j Two years old colts, Ist premium to J. M.
Bishop ; 2d do. to F. Blackmail. l
Two years o'd Mare colts, Ist premium to
E. A. Coolbaugh ; 2d do. to Hiram Taylor.
Yearling colts, Ist premium to Morris Sill ;
2d do. to A. C. Hinman.
Do. mare colts, Ist premium to H. Mace ;
2d do. to I. Stephens.
Sucking colts, Ist premium to P. L. Pettiu
gill ; 2d do. to David Allen.
Mare do., Ist premium to P. L. Pettingill ;
2d do. to John M'Cord.
Jacks and Jenny, Ist premium to Ephraim
Boardman ; 2d do. to J. S. Roberts.
Ist premium for Jinny to J. S. Roberts.
Mules, Ist premium for pair, C. Pierce ; 2d
do. to C. L. Ward.
Best single mule to Daniel Coolbangh.
STOCK CATTLE-FULL RLOOI).
Dcvonshires 3 years old and upwards, Ist
premium for Bull, Win. Brawn ; 2d do Mr
Ist premium for cow, Mr. Hyatt.
Ist premium for Bull 1 year old, &c., Mr
Ist premium for calf, Mr. Hyatt.
Durham's 3 years old and upwards, Ist pre
mium for Bull to J. F. Means ; 2d do to Ro
Ist premium for cow to J. F. Means.
Ist premium for bull calf do.
GRADES AND MIXED BREEDS.
3 years old and upwards, Ist premium for
bull G. W. Brawn.
First do. for yearling bull to A. Wickizer ;
2d do. I). P. Bartlett. *
Ist premium for bull calf to G. W. Brawn ;
2d do. to Thomas Smith.
Ist premium for 2 years old heifer to Thos.
Ist premium for yearling heifer to Thomas
years old and upwards, Ist premium for
Bull to Win. M'Cabe.
Ist premium for cow and calf to Luman A.
Ist premium for 2 years old heifer to Ilenj.
Ist premium for Bull calf to Clurk Cum-
Working Cattle, Ist premium for six yokes
cattle to Wysox township.
Ist premium for single yoke to L. liewis ;
2d do. to C. 8. Davis.
Ist premium lor 2 years old steers to J. B.
Milch Cow, Ist premium to Wm. Watkins ; !
2d do. to E. Overton.
Fat Cattle, Ist premium for fat steer, single, 1
to W 11. Wellman ;2d do. do. James!
Ist premium for pair fat oxen toD. I'. Bart
lett ; 2d do do. steers to John Griffin.
Ist premium for fat cow to Daniel Bartlett. I
Slaughtered Meats, Ist premium for siatigh-'
tered beef to James M'Cabe ; 2d do. to
Ist premium for mutton to James M'Cabe ;
2d do. to
Sheep, Ist premium for fine wool to L. Wat
kins ; 2d do. to Thomas Smith.
Ist premium for mixed breed to L. Watkins;
2d do. to G. 11. Vandyke.
Ist premium for coarse wool mutton sheep
to Win. M'Cabe ; 2d do. to J. W. Payson.
Swine, Ist premium for Boar fi months old
to George Gard ; 2d do. to X. P. Brown.
Ist premium for Breeding sow to William
Brawn ; 2d do. to S. S. Bailey.
A like premium for an excellent breeding j
sow to Myer A Kellogg.
Ist premium for litter of pigs to Win. Brawn;
2d do. to Myer & Kellogg.
Ist premium for pair Polamls to Thomas :
do. do. do. Shanghaes to Joshua
Ist premium for Jersev Blues to Hugh M'-
Ist premium for variety of Foreign breeds
to James Kinsman.
Ist premium for variety chickens to Dau
ford Chaffee ; 2<l do. to C. D. Humphrey.
Ist premium for variety of Guinea fowls to
Hugh M'Cabe ; 2d do. to Joseph Crane.
Ist premium for Turkeys to Thomas Smith;
2d do. to Wm. M'Cabe.
A premium for live pair white turkeys to
James San tee.
Ist premium for pair gecsc to D. Ridgwav ;
2d do. to A. C. Hiiuuaii.
Ist premium for pair Ducks to J. B. Ridg
Ist piemium for load pumpkins to James B.
Demory ; 2d do. to Wm. Coolbaugh.
All other crops presented in this Depart
ment will be awarded according to the publish
ed rules on the Ist Monday in December next.
Ist premium for Timothy seed to John 11.
I Scott ; 2d do. to J. It. Irvine.
Ist premium for seed corn, yellow glazed to
J. M. Wattles ; 2d do. to J. C. Ridgway.
Ist premium for white seed corn to A. L.
Cranmcr ; 2d do. to Wra. Coolbaugh.
Ist premium for flour corn to S. Decker.
Ist premium for seed winter wheat to J. G.
Ist do. for spring wheat to J. G. Gale.
A premium for beautiful specimen Poland
outs to J. S. Roberts.
Ist premium for long blood beets to Sela
, Ist premium for Cabbage to F. Watts.
Ist premium for Cauliflowers to J. I). Mon
tanyc. Also for Celery.
Ist do. for sample Lima beans to E. 11.
Ist do. for winter squashes to H. Scovillc.
Ist do. 1-2 peek onions to H. W. Barnes.
Ist do. specimen parsnips to E. 11. Mason.
Ist do for carrots to E. H. Mason.
Ist do. tomatoes to F. Watts.
Ist do. for Egg plant to J. D. Montnnve.
Ist do. for sweet pumpkins to VV. Coolbaugh.'
Ist do. for sweet corn to Sela Payne.
Ist do. for cucumbers to Win. Coolbaugh.
early potatoes "
The numbers were missing on several fine
i specimens of vegetables, rendering it impossible
for the judges to report them.
Ist premium for Firkin butter to Mrs. Jos.
A Dunn ; 2d do. for tub to O. F. Young.
Ist premium for roll butter to Mrs. Olive
j Ridgway ; 2d do. to Mrs. Jonathan Stevens.
Ist premium for Cheese to Robert Nelson ; j
2d do. to E Horton. J
HO.VKY* AND SUGAR. j
Ist premium for Honey to S. E. Secly ; 2d
do. to J. C. Ridgway.
FLOUR AND MEAL.
■ Ist premium for Flour to Myer & Frost ;
i2d do. to Rockwell. Commendation to
Ist premium for Buckwheat Flour to Chas.
Wells ; 2d do. to .Samuel Kelluin.
Ist premium for corn meal to Charles Wells.
Commendation for Rye Flour to Charles :
BACON 11 VMS AND DRIED BEEF.
Ist premium for Hams to Simeon Decker ;
2d do. to Isaac Myer. The Society's commen
dation for a very fine ham to M. H. Lanuing. j
Ist premium for dried beef to S. Decker.
EARLY FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
Ist premium for variety of strawberries to 1
D. Harkins ; 2d do. do. J. Mercur. '
Ist do. single specimen do. to C. Manville. I
Ist do. specimen of Currants to J. Stevens.
Ist do. " Gooseberries to "
Ist do. " Early apples to Mrs. Dr.
Ist do. for variety of early apples to Asa
Stevens ; 2d do. to M. H. Banning.
Ist premium for watermelons to C. Kelluin. !
Ist do. Musk Mellons and Cantelope to M.
Ist do. for specimen strawberry tomatoes to
Mrs. Burton Kingsbury.
Ist do. for specimen of early sugar peas to '
Ist do. for early peas to J. C. Ridgway.
Ist premium for largest variety full apples
to .1. Stevens ; 2d do. to Joshua Kilmer.
Ist do. for dozen apples to M. 11. Lanning.
Ist do. for largest variety of peas to J. C.
Ridgway ; 2d do. to Jared Woodruff.
Ist do. for largest variety of peaches to C.
Manville ; 2d do. to Mrs. C. L. Ward.
Ist do. for dozen to Jared Woodruff.
Ist do. for largest variety of grapes to John
Ist do. for dozen bunches do. to Mrs. C.
Manville ; 2d do. to John Montanye
Ist do. for dozen (Quinces to James Elliott.
A premium for specimen of Watermelon to
X. X. Parks.
Ist premium for dried red raspberries to S.
E. Seelv ; 2d do. to R Dclony.
Ist do for dried black raspberries same ; 2d
do. to X X Park.
Ist do. for dried peaches to J Stevens.
Ist do. for dried apples to J Ridgwa v ; 2d
do. to Sela Payne.
Ist do. for dried sage to Xo. 12.
FARM !X<J 1M I'LF.M EXTS.
The Societv's commendation for a very supe
rior combined Mower and Reaper, Manny's
patent with Wood's improvement, exhibited by
Clark of Waverly, N V.
Ist premium tor superior Fanning mill to R
Several articles in this department will be
more fully noticed in the general Report.
On plowing, Ist premium to Charles S. Da
vis ; 2d do. to Lewis Lewis.
Ist premium for two horse carriage to G.
Ist do. for single horse carriage to A. P.
Ist do. for cutter, the same.
Ist do. for two horse wagon, same.
Ist do. for sole leather to A. A. Bishop.
Ist do. for Harness leather "
Ist do. for calf skin to "
Ist do. fur upper leather to "
A commendation for sole leather to M. Mott.
Dt premium for barrels to M. Pratt.
Ist do. for butter firkins " 2d do
to L. H. 1stell.
Ist premium for window to Kecler A Lewis
Ist do. for specimen of horse shoes to Thos.
Ist do. for specimen of Rifles to Valentine
HORKE AXD OX SHOEIXG.
Ist premium for horse shoeing to Win. B.
Dodge ; 2d do. to J. B Vanwinkle.
Ist do. ox shoeing to E. R. Ellis ; 2d do.
to Thomas Wiggins.
UXFXU MER A TED ARTICLES.
The Society's commendation for Morticing
machine < Plumb's) to E M Bishop. i
VOX.. X V] I. —xo. 19.
►Society's commendation for a superior Wash
ing machine to Riley Smith.
Society's commendation for a superior com
bined bee-hive (1 'helps' patent) to S K Seeb
Society's commendation for a superior Cider
, mill and press, tHickoch's pattent improved,)
exhibited by Hall & Russell.
Society's comuiendatiou for a fine Trotting
sulky, to (J. 11. 1 trjike.
Society's commendation for a Model Mow
ing machine to J. M. McAfl'ceand rccouunci.d
it to the attention erf the public.
Society's commendation for a very good sin
gle Bee I live to T. Howard.
Tbe Society recconunend to public attention
u Sail Boat built by James Smith of Slieshe
qnin a worthy specimen of mechanical skill.
HOUSEHOLD MA'JEACTUHES— ElftST CLASS.
Ist prcui. for woolen carpet to Mrs.O Gore.
Ist ilo. for linen cloth to "S. M'Aflee.
2d do. " to " J?. Decker.
Ist do. for flannel, *' S. M' A flee
do. " (j Ridgway
Ist do fulled cloth " H. Scott.
Ist do Hearth rug " B. Kipp.
Ist do. ltug carpet, •' ,J. Stevens
. 2d do. " s. Decker.
Ist do. Linen thread "
Ist do. Stockings Miss M. H. Bollcs.
2d do. " Mrs Anna Ball.
Ist do. Socks " F. Black mall.
2d do. " " Stevens.
Ist do Fringed mittens 41 L. Wells
2d do. " No. 64.
Ist do. woolen initteus " H. Acklev.
2d do. " " Morrow.
Ist do woolen yarn " F. Murray
2d do. " s. Decker.
Ist do. shirt Mrs. N. P. Morrow.
2d do. " Margaret Magill
Ist do. plain sewing Mrs. J. 11. Phinuey.
I Ist do. Brown linen " ,J. Stevens
2d do. " E. W. Ilale.
Ist tlo. bleached linen " S. M'Affee.
Ist do. white quilt " Hiram Taylor.
Ist do. pieced " " Geo. Kinney.
2d do. " " J B. M. Ilintnan.
Ist do. coverlet " E. M. High.
2d do. " " Betsey Kipp.
Ist do. Linsey woolsey " J. H. Scott.
2d do. " ' " J W Sweet.
Ist do. woolen blanket " S Decker.
Ist premium for Bread to Bridget Dougher
ty ; 2d do. to II Burbunk ; 3d do. to Susan
Ist do. ]>ound cake to II A Eurbank.
Ist do. sponge cake "
" fruit cake "
apple butter Mrs J C. Ridgway.
" peach butter " David Scott. *
" cucumber pickles Airs J C Ridgway.
" variety of pickles " J Stevens.
currant jelly " ,1 C Ridgway.
" variety fruit jelfy " LI) Page.
raspberry vinegar " T M. Woodruff
fruit preserves "J C Ridgway.
" washing soap " David Scott.'
Society's commendation for line dikplav of
Groceries to E T Fox.
j Also eommeudation for beautiful display of
Cakes to If Burbaufe.
! Ist premium for worsted flowers to Aliss 11.
M Bolles - 2d do. to Mrs J P Bull
Ist do. worsted work to Mrs. C S Russell ;
Lump mat Misses R A M Bull ; 2d
do. to Miss X P Morrow.
Ist do. fancy knitting to Mrs. John Griffin ;
2d do. to Mrs A J. Eastabrooks.
Ist do. wax flowers to Mrs E M High.
" pupor flowers to Mrs B London.
" crochet work to "II M I'uge ;
j 2d do. to Mrs James Macfarlauo.
FOURTH CO. A S3.
Ist premium for silk embroidery to Mrs L
llunyou ; 2d do. for Elbe cushion Mrs J 1'
Ist do'. Guipure work to Mrs. J. 11. Phin
ney ; 2d do. to Mrs. Dr. Ladd.
Ist do. lace work to Mrs. E A Parsons.
" Scotch needle work to Miss C Whit
ney ; " sleeves same.
Ist do. French needle work collar, Amanda
Hart ; 2d do. Mrs 11. Wcllman.
r Ist do. child's robe to Mrs C K Ladd.
" Mosaic work on stool Mrs J P Bull.
" transferred work on lace " S I)eeker.
" child's embroidery Miss H A Traev.
Ist premium for bonnet to Mrs E II Mason
-2d (io. to Miss A Griflin.
Ist do. fine needle work to Mis E Mvcr.
SIXTH CI. VSS, PAINTINGS, Ac.
Ist premium for Ambrotypes to Geo Wood;
2d do. to Win Gu.>tin.
Ist do. Crayon drawing C Aforeur.
" pencil drawing Miss E Mathews.
" display fancy articles Miss C Kel
lutn ; 2d do to Miss Rhoda Bull.
Commendation for Mclodeon to Mr Wells.
Also to E M Bishop and Air. Deitrich for
display of musical instruments.
UN ENUMERATED ARTICLE IN LADIES DKP HIT
Ist premium for crotchet collars MrsS M'Affee.
" for Tidy Airs. David Scott.
Ist do. for variety of crochet work to Airs C.
Manville ; 2d do. to Airs E W Hale.
A premium for crochet hat Airs J Xevins.
ladies gaiters Airs J P Bull.
Tow yarn to " J Stevens,
starch home-made No. 13.
sample parched corn MrsS Decker,
crabapplc marmalade " Ridgway.
Pine apple jam " J) Scott,
raspberry jam "
" currant wine Mrs. J C Ridgway
" elder wine Miss H M Page.
" green grape wine Mrs I, D Page.
leather frame " J I> Ridgway.
" Hair wreath Aliss E B Ford.
" work by a blind girl A J Eusta
It is not impossible that there may be errors
in names of the persons to whom awards have
been declared in the above list. Wherever ul
nars of any kind is ascertained or ruadc known
to the Committee, they will be corrected. A
large number of articles iu the several depart-