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READ ANS R. rt. FRAEIER, EDITORS
Thitsdaiy,, Oetobei 18, 1955.
WOOD! ivoion! WOOD! -
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We hare had to pay-money for Wood re
cently, and - are. already nearly out again, if
those with intend .to pay-for,their paper in
Wood, kil N c
T hOw hard it is . for us to get The
ruoney,..t. ey would .certainly bring us the
wood rioj/4'ojr, or'elk they are . not the men
we take t ion to be.
*le Result in - the COnty. • .
• By the table. we pablish in another Colninn, I
.it willbe! seen that all the Republican candki
dates for; County' . offices in , ..this county ;are I
elected b respectable majorities. Probehly, 1
we ought [to b,e satisfied 'with- the result, but
we oanno'thelp thinking how much better the
Repuhlicims might. have doneif 'they had
tried.. ''he fact is undeniable , ta t our antag-.
onists tattled out to election much more gen
erally thin our. men did: F6r example, in
Dimeck,l the . Hunkers.polledjust 52, votes
Fall, las. Spring, and this Fall, While our
majority [ theie is now but little over half as
great as past . Fall. In Harmony '23 .Votes
were all 'they could poll for Bigler, and this
fall theypolled 1,9, 'our .111ajoity,411qe also •
being cti. down nearlV - one - half by . the ilitn:,
nesa of t i e‘ Republican Vote.. In several of,
the Tow ships it was much the same. The.
voters, however. are there, and will be on
hand to . I help .elect "a Republican President
'next '-ear. ' Wh - ere there was a flit! vote, the
RepubliLns . hav'e gained,on,Pollock's vote. -
Vie trek of running Elhanan Smith ste
, ceeded 1' defeating Mr.- ITem- v stead, bet onr
good D rriocrai ic friends rather over shot the
mark. an defeated.LathroP too.. The follOw
ing is t ' aggregate vote of.the district.. on
Sioi. 06 - orge parste:
trittabyrgh paper is said to contain a
kY'lllr. Darsie of . 4114 one having been
led to putliis name to the Card pub:-
Mr paper; it is ;proper to . explain
laiiie to appear ' Ili:‘r.e.. On . Monday,
LS..e. mei Ved . fronl r. Saniuel F. Car
ten -in Thitadelphia - a:letter enclosing
d r earkhaving the !natnes of:Messrs.
Thomas, and Camila attached, with
at from Mr. Carmtilt that we should -
ish it Ware his return on Monday
lay evening. As we intended to pub
iSsuelsof our pa p et that week, 'the
las in type and partially printed'when
i tinalt arrived; on 'l 4 uesU'a:;! eVening.—
i narrated to us the prOceedings of the 1
Convention, stating that Mr. Dar
i Thtimas, and him Self acted together ,
Eltiazan Smith rccieved 87 - 7 votes in 'Wy- throug&tt, strongly- oppOsing the iyithdraw
oming,l3 inSusquehanna, - and Sin Sulk- al - of nim
ssore Williamson. After the - nom-•
van—td al. 1 . 198. We understand that Rum illation la Mi. ,Nicholsvii, ;Messrs. Thomas
and Sh;ni Democrhey promised hiM .800 and C4malt—ha,ving become satisfied that
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volesc certain in this County alone, anll2oo, Mr. Islifholson wa's a good man for the of f ice,
if po.ssitfe ~ Glorious result, for Elhanau I . ' and- hatinghis own hssuranes 'find Mr. Dar
- It will be observed ° that Thomas J. - Ingliani sic's' opn ion that he was not. a- Is. - no - W-Nothir.g
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Republican, of Sullivan, and J. V. Smith, Ne.
..—vrentl! to Philadelphia, and learning there
braskaite; of Wyoming, are elected. the ha-. from ' Mr. Williamson andd - his frlelids-that .
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ter rtiuning 11 votes ahead - of Oliver Lath- they fully approved the movement to unite
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rOp. E. B: Chase.ind Dr. Patrick it is said, the r,614-slavc•iy S. -
. Vote of the ate, and the,
rode 4wn to Snvdi.t's in Rush ; on Saturday withdrlyal.of his' name, they consulted, as
before 'election, to do -a little figuring for El! f MI- D s' had
_ :it ie. 'reque„sted, - a :warm personal
banan Smith; and the consequence was that, I and political friend of liis, whom he had au
while ftompsteacrand Ingham each received therizq :to act for; him, (he not being aide to
93 vats in that Township, J. V: Smith got Igo to Bliiladelphia,) ,and whe drew up the
47,,E.Imith 3-2, Lathrop 23. 'lt is reason- card.aspublished i and advised .acquiescence
able infer that but for that ride Lathrop
„ in the tominationl. -Mr. L'ainialt afterwards,
would . Cave got as , many'ir4,,t.es then As J. V, ' to nu,l4e.sure of the colvQ'ent of air. Darsje;
Hemp. lug. Lat. J. V. S.
2037 2024' 1099 '1627
94•: 164 446 583
.295 - 405 • 310 • 256
2426 2593 2455 2466
nd those 24 votes would hare elect-
He ought to feel kratefut
.On he other' hand, •if a large part, of ,the
vote o 1 Springville had not beendirovervvovety 1
on El ' .an Sinith,..whom there was no earth,
ly promp . ect: of electing, both of. the Republi
can candidates would haVe• been elected, as
llempatcad is only 42 votes behind J. V.
It isl seldom that a district is so effectual
ly.rep l l esented, in some respects, as this . will
be ilex Winter. ;Ingham representsthe rna
jority,land Smith the minority: , The litter
is desidedly a minority Representative, for
he veal beaten in every county, and that too,
by the men who were not eleotej---}lemp
stead beat him 410; votes in Susquehanna,
E. Sn4ith 204 in Wyoming, and Lathrop 54
in Sullivan. - Perhaps be is so good a Dem
ocrat 'Oat he will resign, so as not to thwart
the wilt of themajority. •'. . ' .. -
- Thte election furnishes another 'illustration
of tha importanokof a vote. , •
Onel , -
.. rote more for ;the 'Republictin ticket.
in-each Township Weald have elected it en
_ tire in this district:- DOrtli-forget. that 'next
iyou that staid at flume " to thrash buck-
The Result in the State
Although we have the official returns froni
but ifew•counties. we, have. sufficient news 1
from! l l l the State to makeit e pparent. that\ Ar
nold Plumer is elected Canal Commissioner
•bv a urge majority, and that the Sham 'De
. znc.Kraey will have control b 1"t" oth branches , .
-of the Legislature. ' Various causes contrib
uted fto produce this ,to us unexpected„ re
' The Philadelphia. Pittsburgh, and Mir- •'
risbug papers, and .most others that we'have .1
seen rrorn the middle andlower parts of the'
State / i
... attribute it 'mainly to . the Liquor
Log*, a secret oath-bound . :polAil organ
natio which has became very powerful. and
which used its . \vhole power . hi most sections
to pqmiote the success of the Dcmoeracy.—
The hiladelphis 'Ledger says the League
• . polle ! , a very heavy tote - there and sticeeed-.
EA iril :defeating every man 'on the . county
ticke who took . -the. pledge to sustain the
- present liquor law.- • • • .-.
. ,A4 the cause - Of the defeat of the anti-Ne
bratikn forces,- was their! divisions and 'guar
,rels alnaong thernacjies. - Instead of. taking
the *me that the pressing importance of the
. slave 4 issue as this crisis demanded, the op=
patients of slavery extension wasted :the earn,
- paign in fighting Over KIIOW. Nothingism,- to
_ which 'in Many parts of the State they devo
• ted themselves so exclusively as to leave the'
.the.liebraskaites to manage everything their
Atiabitious party leaders are doubtless- re
/spouiible for -these di'ssetisions - ;' for if the . ]
KnoNi - Nothings were as good Free .Soil men
. as they claim, they would certainly 'have \ pret , '
ferret to aid in eleCting the Republican can-
Aida ;tes., rather than IT running tidets ofi,
their own,-etisur kt the de:featt 'of both, aia - iiasi
• +Jolie t . in many places; add we • believe. the
inass . - of the . oi - der-AM. instance in Allegh
• eny I'.:otitity- 7 would thus haVe sitewn -.their
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- Attachment to Free Soil principles, but for.
tho free struggle that took place between the
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Republic. n and Kno !Wiling pitpers and,;
lenders f rthe supretnacy. Tli,exilirtple of
Ohio hotliillaiv 0 -in ..P.Ousyi FliniltAere'. ; -,
fore w hit' the shaiiit , Denitieraeyl'are defeat.
.t;" • - '!,- t. , . • •
e 0 in Oh olii,;tre ttly are.triumpiliant-t*liiiti,,
Ohio hai l ' Made, g#ouso::eparailonfortglit.
ha g the g ( jreat battle 61 . 1856,*in t ) ;ennsylvania
all is oti 'fi fusion; divisions anktmeertainty.
.There is iv:questionably a larxe4hti-Isiebras
lin and aitti-Administration majlrity - in this
State, bilt 4 ,split tip and divided tits that major ,
i t ! . it ean.aecOmplish nothingtorgood.
64. in the home of Wilolimson :and
twill l:ie hailed as - a pr4slarery tri ,
I.to small magnitude; and Unless the
oft the - administration. eonsent. - t0
'thej bingle iSsne.i . ,of: . (pposition . to
aggression,' we= may !ooli' to• see
•a'tiitt turn the seale in fiver ofa pro,:
iiesident;;in 1850. : ....1! ' . ;-:••• -.
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i. i issißX'eniLsylv4llll4..*:;,;
. The ' .. Y..TribUne of NY*lnesdayisays :-,--
" So' fai. ' s *e can judge from diereturn:Sand
reporollieh have reached :ti's from nine
tenths the State,
the. : greatr pro.Slas.ery .
Dernoeratiavietori is.no'vtetory at ati,so'far
as the popular votais.etarernes. .
PluMer bas,soma Ten Thousimd plurality,.
but the !votes cast against him sill probably
outninnber those cast in his favor." ':
a, rumor. here that a telegraphic
from Harrisburg says Nicholson is
X-1000 m:ajority. Probably not sb.
how it ci
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went t 4 tne omee and telegraphed 1-to him Int
MMErgb, but got, iii iepiy,iind after wait.
ingov I.:Sunday; informed that the tele
grapli m e was r.l w n. homy,
r.nderstalidinefrom Mr..'Carmalt that he
believo the eankto.. express au.sie's
sentirnients, and th . at the distincmiShed Sena
tor Whir drew it up- felt anthorixed.to use Mr.
Darsie l 's name, and believing. that ',the failure
of the ele , rraph• Was the only. reastin that. we
. ni.)t, his exptessassent,*we 'thought no
wronilin publishing" the Card with his name
attached. • .We 41-minty had no desire or mo
to. ire or ItnisrepraFent Mr.. Darsie in
any way, and believe no one concerned
I had ; and the, Whole matter seems to have
origib. ; • ;t;
ted in a mistake its to his ':position of
i.ter 1 a l ssmore-Wllliamson*had declined
Pitism ore WOliamson's Near Friends.
NO koonerwaS it known among the sham
tfeniorady h e r e; that Passm,'ore WilliamsOn•l
•had 3eclitted, than they for`the first time be- I
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gan t( feela gre at deal of sympathy for bin).
Thotigh the editOr of the brmoerot had re-
fused+) supportihirn, on . theground 'that he
was,T a State Prison' bird," and had already I
prin.:o . his." anti-Nebraska" County ticket I
with tie pro-slavery candidate fur Canal Conn
missicer at itS fiend, as soon as Williamscin's
name was with/frawn,, an editorifl. appeared
in thelDernocr4t4n h;.s favor; anti votes were
printed for bin!' it the Denwe rat Office; and
sent around the, (?unty to Repnblicans—per: -
haps o 3 t ofregai•di for Williamson, perhaps w ith
the i»e ofd isttaeting ihe Reptiblican vOte,and.
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so'givrng P lumes a majority
To ishow how: These same men treated Pass
more IWilliainSon before he declined, our read
era . aFe referied; to an article copied .into:
the lat issue Of the Democrat.lVbre electiOn,
froui 1-Philtidellihia paper, of which article
t . : , • •
Chasei l sitys in an editorial i "It undoubtedly
reflects about the true state, of the case—, the •
seiktii . Ont of all, thinking, hondst men gener
ally,7' We . -can 'prtly *eke roomfor the l, .: •
lowing cxtract fium the i article the. Democrat
editoo highly i'airrimends;hut it is` enough
ic ' stmw. his fedii 2 4s with regard to this vie
tim.oft judicial tYranni : • .
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Pa.. snore William-4,cm has-no one to thank
but,hiltriself for the difficulties in which he
now. finds . him--ef,f. "fad' he. minded his own
busin*, and leelothet-, people unmolested at
tend to theirs, he might now be enjoyingthe
plea.stire of his fitfully circle Allis own fire. -
' side', and find enough i within a stone's throw
arotini him. desqving Of charity and acts of
ofloi evoletice, *to engage all the tneans he
has t,.5,.. spare for ja puipose of that.. kind; . and
all .i i he time his ,'business engagements would
allow bini 'to det,t;ote it), so tioble.a.cause. In
Stead, orlookingiaround him at home to do
good, Where in the exercise of charity and
beni-v l, l fence . ho,panger ',would thteateu hun,•
:hie .oh se the hoz4rdotif 'and less laudable nit-.
ing, ofintehrerio with the rights of oth.
eri,and.having;:doneio with a full knowledge
..of the r ireeponsihilities'llached .to his conduct
.he tit r Zlatne.hiAeselflOnly. f o r .
. th.e 'awkward
predirontentis .41tichlhe is ,nOw_placed. - • -
. I for the coo/duct for Judge Kane we **hall.
t , nore on ariothei,oceasion to-Say. Oar
?aka are alitady !estetided. to too great
lati eto . .eipr t esa l ; 0 1 0; 1 • fully in..relation.
h r: f t e :r e s , ho - sufficient for
P sem to _i4y, , ttiat we have no.dowht the.
r :bent . whiii he preticks had juri.vdictionr,
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he 'remises fend he
had therefore !wait:
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Second .be.tt, J. H. Hollister,. ~.,..• . ary9o
laird hesk;Michael Kean,: ;' . .:1,00
. •-•:7,---,, , • 4 ,, , ,,, -..- RUFV.I3 Sbl/7141-Tro . ,
.. I fGECMARRititIN I3 '.
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''_ Srmiiiiiii TtfAxl4.
• i &st Tess Yok e * of Oien. :,.,' .1.;',. , •
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The judzes , on Ihe. beet ten !yoke Of Claen
report .that the:ii•have•madeall the ex/al - tuna:
lions, and in our opinion, do award the first
'premiunt td Brooklyn : and the second to
Bridge Water,. -. Also, -on the best wOrking
Chen, 'dii,livaia - the'flrit prernitim to Robert
Kent, t 5; the . second premium to. Manning
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.I),crigo,!s3 ; 'and the third to', W Mien-Iles,.
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Pass3iOns Iv ILLIA*SON S t4V3r.—A -NEw sup, t 2 . 4,• There were a' iiiiinber of very fine
PIiABE.-'Jane Johnson, the. re;teently libera cattle. but we could not give premiums to.
fed 0113 , -, o f Joh n iH . whi ee l er, a , f ew all ;
.pne pakof -1 year,Olds belonging -to Per. ,
• - 1 . 1. - rin Wells -Ilya, were large and nice, and thank
days side - presented a petition -to Judge •.. • - .
i others that we think would do. onor, to any
Kane for:the liberation of Passmore William-f - - : Dimas JUSTTN, -
515 n. - The case wits argued ail Tenoth 7 - when armer.. ! .
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.F.. 1 .1 liowsTEa.- i
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- • J JudEs - KASSOI•t.
the itiali..rerdered l his decision. in an Blab- . .
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orate opinhin,.re'fnsind the. - pravez of the po_ '-- -..:‘ '.. '. • . Sheep
- -.,, -~, • , - were 25 'sheep 'entered 'for; preini
titioner.. ,t , In- the Course •
°ibis ititiiqii, Ju.lge .., . . . -- .
orli k , 1 he'oorntinttee recomniended't ie for-
Kane reiterated ihe' - doctrinc. that,' Mr.-Witee;', ,• • 's ... hick •• - - ~.. i. '
illWrrl ,, . Were WinpteU:.' .
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ler odid not lose" Ids 'ownership l. of the slareS 1 For.'thl! . tiot r. Long . ;wooled-Beck, Hen- •-
• c . F r e e,.t.
by bringing them' into a tats. This dv- 1; 'r)r Drinker 1 • •': "' - • .$3,4Zi45
. • ;,d - ISoriund ;best, M.-.oakley'. . '-. _'_ ._ _-_ 1 2,00
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out only, to issue ihc.wrtt prneee lor by 051: ,
onel. Whieler. Believing this follireA" of
eon rse, tlint we.regayd Ao hue been titniu
ty.4\l7,llliiimoori-tn roatienfull andpOtoPlße!
refint :dbiclesing bly, tinvarnisbed '.ittstp
mentunder oinh,',4ll the fact -4 w)lii* he
knoNiledgie f :atid . ,Pmt,l on ft : tiling:to
*d0 , 40, beininniltted 1 greiout:inistalf,..
exhibiteda spirit- of 'defi.anre the judicial,
tribunal 'before wl-Aeit he had been summon'
eu to nnsWer, no law and Order-loving cit
izen sho uld ever
eishm, iff'sustained, and the doe nine earl*
out in pi*ttieei will amount PI nothing less
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than tne r i l iextenflipg Of the taws of Virginia
over thiSStat.e, and the re-establishment of
Slavery 'ln Penns'ylYania,
• • MissO4iii itiready'ruakos . laWs for Kansas;
and Virg h .for Pennsylvania. Is it not
time that ire asked ourselves lin all serious.
ness, were ail tin i
s s to ilia .ti.
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Onto:; 7 —Salmon P. .Chase, the Republican
Candidate, is - elected governtir or
: eandidate l ef the- sham Democracy. notwill
standingr.Some 20,000 votes Were pollelf_in
the Stat 4 bar Trinible, - who received thesup,
port of the Whigs and Know-Nothings of the
Silver Orly - stripe.
In Ohio the opponents of Shivery exten
sion unilrii and are victorious-Lin Pennsylva
nia they , 'q - liarrelled and are def eated. -Expe.
rienee May teach us to dtT better next- year.
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8R40911p COUNTV.—/II Mil l/ lona the W110:0
Bepubl4an ticket is elected bY•front.looo to
1800-niojority. • !Messrs. Larkirte and Ho'.
comb uilio represented the doo,,ty so alpfy.
and well! last year, are re.eleeted to the
isiaturc4'.ind Piolett, Buchatein's frit'nd and
Wilnioii's ;Lie, has the people'S leave to stay
at hoin(ii I Well dune, uid Bradford.-
OAIR AND CATTLH SHOW
- The Annual Fair and Ca;ttle Show was
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held in Montrose on Thursday, October 11th, 1
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and itti;the variety 9110 octetit imp
its crispi ,
flu. execiled any preViouslYheld.by the Siieb :
e.ty, Ili' is, indeed, a . Skibject of cofigrittola..
lion wi w
th•th6se who were tie first to estate. i
Hsi' thiteSoelety that 'at no +Tie has the Ex
,hibitiotii of any year fallen behind that :of its'
predee4ssors, either in - the interest manifest
, ed by ;the citizens of the (.l l ounty .afid their
, ilunilieii, yr in the display of farm I rOiltlet:4.
The hddress was deliVered
igler, oft Philadelphia, the Et]
l . gressiv Farmer, and was an,
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i tical anti- useftil production--;
of wh;.iill the following rest&
rata atippted :• 1
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• I?escilved, That the at:wk.:of the Society
be preiierited to Mr. Sijang'e - r fir his excel
lent adaress, and that a copy of it be solicit
ed for Fublication, and lhat Ihe be elected an
honoraky member of this Sckiety.
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Thelinunber of entries cff . Cattle wac --
for which the different - IC -nit - In - litters- - fec•iim•
mendacl pretmums•as 14 1
REI*RT 01' JUDGES O N 80-LS AND COWS
Thelundersigned, having discharged the du
ticsasiigned them, rep?rt to the Agricultu
ral Sc:iletv of Susquehanna 6s foikiws:
For the . •Cest Durham Bull, Stephen- W.
Breed, ' I - 15.00
Secon4 beit, S. W. Breed, 3.00
.For the best Devon, lihrric. Smith,..-. 5,00
Second. best, •Georg,e. W. Tyler ' 3,00
For th:e beSt Grade Bill; i F. ki:Holliste r , 5.00
Second bekt, Michael 14an,1. : - 3.00
For the beSt Cow, as regakdS form and
appearance, Harris Smith, 5,00
Second best, Thomas Sweeltiev, . '. 3;00.
For file best lot of
N 5 . 0 1 70wv.; B. A. But-
terfiod, - ” ” I 5.00
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:Yotir committee having received no repre
shiatihns is to the results bbf any cow, make
no award as to the beSt. C . tsv from' results ;
and thi.v would call the Mt :ntion of the Soci
ety to l : Iti Devon Bull exhibited - -by Mr. Geo:
Atkinson of Wyoming' iConnty, and recinn.:
mend .hat they award liiikt a, discretiOnary
pretnitjni of 12.00. We were much pleased
with iti yearling. Bull owno ,by William L.
Post 4 - 4' .MoritrOse,
.and feel confident from
the exhibition of stock matte to-day, that the
Soctietit is, doing a great tlitl for its-improve
mcnt. Ii • - Thos. P. PIIINNET..
li C. J.. 'HOLLISTER.
li - DAVID WAKELEE. ,
43tatched Steers and : ' Fat C9llle. . •
114: , CoMmittee appointed to examine
Mateht..d Steers and VaoCattle, make the
folloOpg repo.it . I
Thefr:have examined alll
ed. for their inspection, an
. t 9 see such fine specii i
tut cuUtity stuck. it it cl
thdre•is a spirit of leudabl
our st6ck.grolvers that wi:
and salutary influence upo
intereft of our county.
and orAinary stock raise. ,
ago, y&iu see those , that %,
_Fair, and we
it of Wortliy enterprise wi
ery year, and that her gt l
faniou's as her Corn and B
"For the best rnateneo 3 y
Merritt, .: .. ..
SeeonCbest, J. P. Sinith,
Third 'best„ A. Sweet,
4es4 watched 2 year ak
Second best, C. J.
Third 'bet, Edwin
For the bust fat cattle, Jol
I"9ung Si,ck. •
Theimtnittee.to .jud , wan Young Stack
do . respectfully submit tin, following awards:
For the be'st 2 year old Ilcifer,.to D,
• .Whitney ; .'.:. - • $5,00
Second best,:p. E. Whitney, • .... . 3.00
Third best, .Tiirtifthy • '2,00 -
Be 4 5 yarlings,.l!arry ,5,90 .
.Secand best. . 3,00
j fhird besi;C:. B. .qrifit4,. . ... 2.011
Fir the best 5 Calves, ilarry . Smith, 5,00
For/ th 6. hest. Long-*ioled.' Ewes, .
For' be,it - Sonth Down Buck; Le
SlitninciA, • • •
Socond ;best, M. Carriet.,
For thti he . st South Do*ti
• Rollins,. , ... .. .. •..
SeCondt nest,- H. P. Robins,
Best Fint..•Wt/Oled.Bitek, E. doidrieh,
Best. file-woOled EweS; E. Roper,:.
Second'. best," E. Goodrich,— ......
' • Wsi. C. AI
• C. Cos-
'nein were entered for Oren - daimon
33, for the l'eonimittee ons wit
leave. to report, that they award pre
Best Btveding Sow, Win. JeSsup,...
&eon& best, Shelden Meacharn,
• The a bov e are of the. Chester county!
For the hest Boar, (white Sitlfollt bree
Sewn& best, John.HaiTington:
Best, lint crf Pig's, Win.i Jessup,
Setond: lies; Shelden Meacham, .
One of- the Committee, visited th
Fair at; Elniira, and is - deeidedly of
that: no boar was exhibited there e
J iidga Jessup's, acid Ain't, the swine
Fair ar.B fully equal to those
Elinirk • E. a BAni
.0f - I-lorses there were entered, for
.31, on which thi- 7 Ornmittee rttri
lot lowhigirepiirt. We award—
:For thte .best Stallion, Dinliel Stewart,
Seennd hest, D. I'. Roe,
Best Mare and Cult, Eiijah
Second hest, Wm. 11. Jones,
Best Matched Horses: J. W. Br'ackiiel,
Sceond best, M. L. Catlin,
As :there were no premiums otTei
vrithout colts, im fillies or on'
horsey: they have awarded- none, but
say that the exhibition
One of the committee states that• an error
was made iu .copyiug their report, two that
they \ iittended to award to R. B. Little a pre
mitnnl for the best single horse, and io a T.
t;oe forsthe.sceond best single horse, bud that
the premium' for the second best stallion was
in.tem4ed to 1 o awardetrto Stephen floag.; In
stead D. T. Roe. The subject, will bel)rought
bet'or4 the next meeting 'Of the Soeiety.
I • Domestic, ..Ifanisfai-turel.
The connUitteelou'Domestic Manufaebt re's
• beg leave respe.ctiiilli to report, .that they
,the - varbufs4rtiele,4 stlonttie'd
to Ith4i: inspection with intieh plea:Ure, and
sati-llietion, and have agreed on the following
'award: . ..
. .1:or the best piece, of Flannel of ;2o yda.,
-Mr - ,lsnac-Butts—Jst Premium. • ;
s•:.l.ond.best..ll yds, Mrs. John Harring
tc,:l-4-2,1 •,p re miu tn. • I • I .
,•;.).0 yards, Mrs. Obaitiah Rai
; • .
Fine Yarn Carpeting ; 27 - yiirds, Mrs.
A. S. 'l'ld:inv . -Ist premium. ' • I
Seond Lest, 40 yards, 'Miss Susw
'Third best, 21 yds.„ Mrs. Isaac Butts-=-3.1
'Best. piece of Rag Carpeting, 20 yds. Mrs
B. C. Sayre--lst prerniiim.
. Second best, 20. yards, Mrs, F. M.; Pab
cock-2d .premium. I I
• Rest hall-dozen Wool Socks, MiSs.Esther
by A: Sran
itor of the l'ro
it the aolle:u7sion
tinn was offered
Seep nd best, Mrs. kaac Butts-2d premium.
Best Bed Quilt, Mr,. Benjamin Sayre-Ist
prertiium. - • , . • 1
Second best, Miss Helen Bullardt-2d pre
miutn. • 1 - '
.?A large number of 'articles being exhibit
your committee found not a little diffi
eulty, in...some cads; in drawing the line of
siiperior merit. la . making • their - swards,
_therefore, they wish to add as worthy ofh'on
orable mention, some very, niceQuiltS 2 ex.
hibted by Miss Clara Bullard, Al. s. Aaron
Tailor, . Miss Lenora Allen, Mra. - Sarah
Morse, Mrs. S. 'W. Breed, Mrs. - Reynolds,
and especially one exhibited by Mi . sts Emma
Roe, a Mis_s-otily -fOur and a halt syears old.
Alsip, several fine pieces of. Carpeting exhib
ited by Miss Helen Bullard and
Shermafi. .: 0. G. HEMPSTEAD..
. . ' -. MRB. ABEL CA4SEDY.
. , .
. . ~
• . ..... Mits. JAMES li l AssoN.
•:: .. . Cabinet' Ware.
Your committee regret that there was not
a 'fnore full exhibition. of this useful and
. ware. For a beautifid Mahogany
. .Seeretary and Book Case exhibited by Smith
dc'Fordhain, they being the only exhibitors,
they would award to them the highest, pre.
mitini. - Wit. H. BOYD.
• ' - ' ' LORENZO REACH.
. . Cidrr .Vinegar.. .
.. t 1 e, the judges-appointed to examine the
Seyeral -articles, - namely, ;Grain a'd Cider
Vinegar, have examined the Vinegar, and do
award the -
Fi flit premium to - R. S, Birehard,....s2,oo
Second to N.*l ) : Wheaton,' '
( I ) 1,00
. DANIEL Mc Lurid.
" - • RODNEY JEWETT. •:
Fancy Needle Work and Floaers. i
The committee on Ornamental Nlework
Flowers report a full . and ov rflowing
. .in this department, and! feel . that
Hit; interest has greatly
. increased and much
hay been: done to- render the Fair
rand attractive. 'The Needle Work
1. ited - gotxf taste and industry— , ' •
''.. The committee advise that • a cei,i
merit be awarded to Misi Mary 'lll
for a • fine specimen. of fine - Musli
Work. .• - ' -
• : Miss Dora Keeler is entitled tol l
prilnium for elegant Scotch Work
speciinen4Sf elaborate embrOidery.
Eiegint Specimens were-exhibitei
CiiiNtitte, Mrs. -Theodore I Lyons;
LSh - phiii . : LyOni;•and Undersleeves - s
needle.:4o - rk:' by Miss •Bessie'.Rill
r ei'lnce, greatAN and - taste.. .
A Collar of rare pattern,biss C
I aid, one by Mrs )Bullard.- and ' Alin
the Stock' present
were highly grat
tenS of Susquehan
arly 'manifest' that
1 1-I -hare a powerful
rt the stock-growing
nsiead of The lean
here a few
ould do honor to
(trust that this Spin:
11 hitcrease with
nekvwill become as
tier: They award
ar olds, J. W.
s, E. a Bab-
. • .. 3,00
rf Harrington,. 3 1 00
I : RAD WAKE:LEE..
ham, of Seote 1, work, which • attrneted great -;
attention.-and tidniiration. A Lollar b'y,llflasi
Dungtore.and one kft• Atary•D Biddlt
ergs alipwe4iskill . atnlfiektne4iiin rtis - t- 1
1. Tns*r a;n Mrs.
Aayre the etir4imittrj ; Mttrn,thkiks ;heir
411 r ihd ereiliefible.entitiAitioia to the 'air
evincing taste deslo-and skill in [ execui
tion. Mrs. Sayre's Oval Frames of t r .eather,
Work, Me..ts and enskions, merit hormrable
mention AMU he Society. To Mrs. Chandlerti
us usual, the eetromlttee feel great lindeht4
Miss South •orth exhibited a Le — ather C:►S
ket BUN of ve y tasteful workrnanshiri:
, Two. Otton fins s bk Miss.S:llolles— l sperfect
specinienx - Of their style. , • •
Another', l 4 Miss v
ful- young beginner. I • •• . I
One. by %Miss-- LoOnlis, of elegant ; design,'•
but deficient in rich eulors.:: •f : -,. . , I , - .i 1
Two Paintings s iti Oil, from, original designlq.
by Miss Ann 4 . .Frascr, who has:don:6 honor
to hi.iSelf and 'dip .coliiiiiiplitY'liv lierSticeeS4,
in'this'ilePartnient,lWhiell'is so little qultivat4
ed in Northcf Penneylv.ehia.• . - Tho paintings
deserve or i tban ticertificate. ~ I. .
A Chair. Wars WOr s l,."part.l4!: finish!.
ed, by Mrs. 11...1 7 .. F tiiii--the Cabinet. W.orli,
meritorious Ili `Messrs.' S;;lith - kFordliitin. .' s
Mi. 44: NI; •i•. , ,fert--I.xhillited apilshipn, net
icule.'Chair Q,•%,,4. of :Worsted:work, four
Pieces of Shouled \lorsted, work, and other
speciniens. ill adding, yarietyto thei t isplay.
- -. .Misis ;stilei
. exhibit ill a "Paper FloSVeK , llts-
s kot of great', eattie • ,4,..s." ' •
Prot: IN'il it.
s •Deinis'adds new : lustre fo'his
Hanle,lilt-call so' eminent among us; f: by the
display. of .iliantiful Daguerreotypes: . - • .; .
Miss now : . A. Hunting ha; "earned th'e
comnietalailtWof all lovers of the beautifill
in'art i by Ifni: exhibition of two bti.iiioful Bas
kets eonstruc i ted.Of Moss: .
- • The display , of flowers was better than
• I. • I
ever hefore.im the history-of •the Sucicty.----
Oar Fair inters too Lite to display .the glo-
ry- of d our Tloral productions, and the late
cold wet sea:son has rendered thil fuTt unu
sually inauspicious.. It' *as
Source of re 4 l sstisfitction and c.njoyinen L, liqt
only to yott s i cinntiiittee, but, to ;ill in attend
upon the Fair, to find an exhibition li t.
Once so large and so beautiful. You will
readily conclude, from ,the taste i•Xhibited
this year in this department, that it a suita
ble building. Were erected fur a floral Hall,
where'. huhu; con Id
„safely and tit:1.0111y, AT-.
;range their hot-house plants, Sitsluchatant
county could vie with any county in North
ern Pennsylvania. in Flowers, a; the dials
in the Haim substantial but less jbeautiftil,
- products of i ithe garden and the farrn. -
Mrs. B. I-7. 'Sayre exhibits four Pyramiii.;
and four li'ases, and a well-erraftged col
lection of iflowers - , including s secferal. tine
Dahlias. !I • • I s
• Mr , . William Jessup, a Tower, formed of
Evergreeii;. Snow-Berries, and Aslillierriii , i:
neautlfollylinierwoven an.1..-iii•inouilted by a
..,, .-, :•, ; • c
, -. 1 ........... -11.a.iiiiee, or ......._,_:_ • ,
. j. ,
me.. G, s ioe ge W. S(1'8111(.11. two. ;!,il - ,,•!ves of
~ $5 00
, . 3.00
F;owers—it. groat varJety: I'
Mrs. Irienry Drinker, three Shelves of 1
Fl o wers, 4u:biding a tine assortment of -Ver.- i
benas. wi!kt li.t•li“ii.e. Hams. , ,
A inng itli• e w -Reeimen .1 ramp:i-lila In ;
full lihriorni from Ntrs. Cii V. Birml..ly. • i
A. speeiliren-or k. ,i a . li i. (* a pt us. lii' l ,light -by ;
Mrs: Jareil Wainer—name of.exhibitor not . ;
nivel). ! i - i
&• . ;
Mrs. Tilliam 1. Mulllird„. a Cornueoliia, 1
formed of!mosse:,•and pouring-forth in great 1
profusion ia,e.iricty of Flowers, creditable
ex•en to Itt* . excellent taste. She. also exhib
its several, vases and liogNets.
i• • I
A beautiful Wreath of Autumn I.,:tves.
tinted by: . Jack Frost an d plaiteil 1,2,- miss
Dora li,c4. er. . -. •• 1
A Vase] of Autumn Leaves, colored- by the ;
same. milser artist and arranged by Miss Ju
lia Riley . .„ •
The fir t- . eertificate for Flowers to Mrs. B.
Chapman 'hVre.". - -% '
First c rtificatefOr Worsted NeOle-work I
to Miss Maria Meylert. • 1 -
, I ••. Mus. Wm. J. TLIRRELL. •
-I _ “ v r Al
. II M. J. MILFORD.,
1 . ' " WNI. •L. . • L
Poultry. . i
.. i „ 1
The coil - mutton on. Poultry respectrully re-;
port. thati they ha'e examined the s l peeiniens •
presented fir exhibition, and award the pre— .
miums'ottered by the Society as - fuj ows:
First p'temium : to Isaae.J.Tost ' T .5.3, for
I the best lot of Shanghai Chickiels.
Master Post ako exhibited fine specimens
•of .DuckT,. Turloys, and . two Wild . Get '- e.
.w (e a r:o. l l- .0 11;y wounding. and nios• ipii e
xvlioli ere elbj. et ~,.. l of attraction'any admira
tion tc ninny. and added much to - the inte
rest of 'the Poultry departmetit. ; None. of
these speimens *etc entitled to an:
urn unthir the printed ; list ':of the
which requires not less than - ix in
uttered. 1 • • 1
• ( . - , t - .,n1 premium to S.• A. NewtH
for; six fine Imperial Corbin Cililla-c
. Third Ipientiutn to Master H. C
of $l, fly six Shanghai chickens. • ;
i . 3.00
u I) rok r
• • N. C.. WARNER
• 1 Batter d Cheese. ,
The , display of Butter (which h:,, now be-.
come th . ..i.staple product of - the couzltV) was
far superior to any heretof , ,re tuat4 by the
Society, loth in eitiantitxund quality', and .al
-I.int'very puch 6 superior (olthe exhibitin made
at the St ‘ tte.Fair at Ha, isbuq,E. Tie Om
mitice tornke the: follow', g report :•
The . qantity nod the i nifitrin good quality .
of Butte presented to.chern for inwectlon,
gnve evi4enee of . deeided.improvetoVnt in the
county; and ybui• committee found much die;
ficulty in selectit* from thenotoberlt - if good
specimenlq the hest.. They- award t . •-••,.
The. first! premittnn to Mrs. Decker,.;...55.00
Second ii i remiont.to Robert Morse; .1.. .3.00
Third piltnium ko Lucas Stagger, ..i .. • 2;00
They f, , ko recOmmend diseretionar l y premi
ums to the follOWing
Mrs: D.iStewart,. . - 000
• " IL: C. Cotikliii, • r . -2 . .
"r H. BoOine., ' .1 2
MOlhnich, .1' 2
J. .I.L. Dill; 2
L, IMeachlttn, . I
. i 1
" • E.iwin Tasinr; , •
" Wlllintn Smith, . j- 1
" ERZ. linwe - g,i ...„. , 1 1
" J. P. Corti- , .. ... 1:-
• Your 4titntliiitee are plunsed with' a4.4iol't
:V: fol I 114 : y
I. L. Potrr—Derir Sir: I would state (4t your re
que=t) dial from thirty COM% ire have made 4O firk
ins of Buter up t6th . e present Lime, October 11th—
made.byMrs B. Bodine. • 13. A. BurrOtra.t.n.
And t h ey wO m - Int
utd reaend butt er-mak
ers ‘ to fudnibh reports of such character here
after, containing information of ankh impor
tance. 1 . -
' Your Orntrtittee also award the i first. pre.
trtium onieheese to Edwin A. Bennett, and
the s secOtO to C..J..Curtis. They woyll - 1 al
so notici the specimen of Cheese lin ajar,
offered ily, Al., L. Csitlin, as sonnet s ing new
and nice.' , * _Jospmu D. 131”ratua.
. . 1 ~ . -.K...WA1REE13. 1 1 .
' J' . 1... -'. hitAAC L. PosT ; . . ' .
all vxhi b•
' - On lutiticin'of - Calisb.C f arnialt.; a_lisoretion-,
ary tireniium.of .f4vodoilors.,:vo4.lilvardo, to
Mrs. Bodtnn, for...ber eittrAordinary ; skill
sneers". 1- '- . - - :-..• r- - ''':-,, " ' l , i,, . : .
, - -••-:
. . .
... - 1 ~ .Leatiii.,.ond 'farness. .-; - .."'t i• offeitiO,„, -- o .= • - ?--iibo awarded to II M. - Wells int.
1 • ,
The comfoitte - e-tcppointed• to examine th - e - Faiailing Mills of Jaines Peters'
award,pretiphnison'teather,report tteit:.thei •manniae'ttird at :Athens, 13 radford county.
hitVeiexanlOds,lhe same, and aivArd pl-e'titit: Fur• - -I,he bet Cheese Press,-they award the
.. . . -
uinslas folloWk?triz :' . - ' - ' 7 : 1 prerninin t•tir•kll F.Fargo,. no other being ex .
Zit. t -the best lint of Call-skins, 4 1 !'••• :hibited '• '-•-* ' " .
•; Bric., •;4 , ; • ••-_,•-• . 42,0 • ' ,N ,: cFairn : Waggon being shown, the Jud g . .
For ilhe best lot of Harness Leather, •-•-.„::- •e : s rew , tittneial that a diploma be awarded to
MbsS & 'Bro :,
• ,-- • • -
J. C, Benson for .a ;machine for miinufactur.,
''Sdme Calf.;kiiis were willibited b Stages, and: that the premium fu• alarm
Keel •r which do great. credit to the n Y larinfae- . 1. 1 %1• 1 t7gg0n e •awarded •to S. W. 13reed fur
tnre 1 , - and for . which the committee tecorp- :Ketchum's iklewirni Al:whine; - f,r
mend a weigh premium' of -skl. 'There was i • For -the best 'lot of Firkins :aid Tubs, i o
also jalot - of.. 0:1k-tanned anePatent Loather 1E; Tewksbury. -.• • . • -
exhibited by A. &E. Baldwin which` • does - * For the best Portable Cider Press, to A.
great credit to -the Matiafiatturers. -We re-
ih si v ne l ;
l for H i ckox's
gretltostate that. no Sole• Leather was O - ffer—t The . eoMmittec- believe; that, J r h ;; •
ed. joii ^10 t4 G. ' • and Islet° ouorn- gre-ent .
glea to' i - re , s„ue.
:. •• 1. ..• • •._. .-......_......„. -.. 4 .4-0.112:-04414'r.,.:•-, Ary,, tireutioui . .for.artialci.:.u44-4)epiriettin.th e
' ' •' • S.
premium list', -th ey•havi
ug each offred a Bee
,l• Th e e comnittee m.traraem rep o r t ha thiy 'Hive,.or whieh i'preinium
has. been - obt
awalid for .the best. Single Harness •to.C. - C,•l ed. C:t LED CARIkALT„
i Holkister,l42. - One`, by ;A'..,.5i:J...1 ' :--.. I. . ' liTti.u.kaijEssut.. -
Baidw,,in ',4as very . F or ._ the best r ---' ': ': j4olik-iltiitttiNGTo.:,i; - .
'DoOde C i rri I - larneS,S;: A. & E:'BUidwin 1 Fru - it.. VfgetcSks am.d Huey.
t 2: jFoi. the'best'ilimible Teani Harties4 A. '. - -
, YOur Comm ittCit on fruit • yeieittbles'i lT ra . ;
St , '- - A Bahlwin;.**2. -rt liere . :' , . , ins Also 'a IverY •
S.F.AItiE . :,, I:
gook setts of • Double Harness exhibited•• by hi at ey urn:lld TespectlittlY*•rePOrt,'Aaf iiefd
,'Cale; Wesks. R'.
fruit is held in high estimatiOn,,by uS'all,stid
.- ' •
!5.,113An0.... ; , "'"Y in”' ly be regarded aSa - itixary tbr. - cliii.
nary uses grid the'regalii of the social cirde •,
.•:-••• • • , • e r . -.‘ W . BARD..
•. , , :' • Elv.Verthelet , ; i a1 .. ..fu1l Valuc is no t d u l y aPpr;
•1 .• • Agricultural bniileinink. .
ci z th •t i ; it: it wie--,il the.ze s al ••• for propagat
-1 ;T le • judges . on -"'Agricultural Impleistients'
rasp etfully report.: That they have been tog were e q ual to'the pleasure of en i ci ly inc l. it,
; our Old and Unsightly. orchards Wcruld' either
excelciiingly- soileitous• that, Fanners filar
. bcreitovafed .b) rafting or removed ashm•
' f -piqerly: appreciate the iniportance. of .tbls :
in,71 . -mbrunee and 'thew 'ones :be plautedi ir:
part' of our exhibition—every-innProeetnebt
their stead: . ,
1 being so fentnently calculated•fo 4 -rrilieve' their -I . -
The* process of - grafting among us, acid the
Inuits from drudgery - and theii.miiids :t
. - rOM
utility of good .fruit were hot, tweeity-tine
anxi . eti.and' at the same time eleVate. the
years ago, as well • und.erstood• as they- iir4
standard -by which their respectabilityis'
are. 'fence, ;if
. the piUheert,..of our. counts:-
I inea!sured in, the eoinirfunitY: ',The 'corn n:4- .
lire d -were et:lv:Oily remiss, in. this particular . we
e' i enply impres*Ced velth the Viet • ion
that next to a judiciouS• and properly culti
have biten and are • still , nierli, .more' sq. ' : Thl ? ,
choice specimens exhibited' dui; dal- ,slieud-•
exrate us all to systematic s friiit-grOviing. •
; vat d mind, the possesSi.on of-well construet•
ed Ind Cheap labor-.;lying :must
' and will; contribute dargery
.to furnish their
• The tine was when apples. were* i i I
pr.in:;..p a ,._
ly lISCd . for . ..eider-making, and 'When itty ci - v .•
bro her farmers With competence and their
- fan,. lit,s frith
ec , innw . t. when
pionmnn.,,, and twiner Would, "if he could; tilled- his*.-e . eiltir .
. . .- • with - hard cider ;' said that purpose any .
see ing,,...reaping and InOwing,ifisteing and
variety,liovrever crabbed. Would do,ias a far
draining' are all done, by inachinerv e •With•
when greater gust. was ; evineed for the ititoteatitte;
7retilly . "dintinisherl )aborand'exPc
pr ' eparina : juice, thau for .the fruit. `,There . rie&f, 41, 1 `,,
1 )e . §:,11, are done , - - it r i'i rtho'llinetY and bors,:.!, lie no we;nd , .. , r • that to-ter for eXeelittnt" fruit
kwer, we may . retisonaldy expect that liandsTh' •g'"''':'' ll Y -i-lenrved,..an' profitable etilti - '
,ri xposure, and sehsibilitieSbluntral by a
minds ind u rafi.d - i -vation restrained. 'But those years - are
mi. I.pait ; may they ney.cr ;again
,ret.u . ru,i : e l .l
fited toil, will .lie cumparativelv 'te.w:
h I may no roper henceforth disturb the pe:.tc,:
tot, therefure, with asingie. . sre 1);‘ , ih u• ha.: I. and ilisgr.ine *our
. country. . -• . , -
, - I There is no departtnetit.of thelarms that .
reinent of the meehanie. arts, but fo the • •" •
, tipiii,i . benefit, it
confe.r., ipt , ;,,, , ,
;I ,.. iricul. 1 b ett e rt :IFS" tier cultivation—not even :IS well'.
art i. ;
—Lis ti - ; thriqy,.lite, - 1-ling r -orchard of well se!Lct-,
its; a . i well as:upon tn,sthattitri inlet
+, thal..your committee haVe performed. i ''rl vart'tiei...
1 ruit. is.too touch refused 1 - , ) i , '
.;duties ,enjoined upon:them - 2' In all,. past l - feedihg , L"'•'(-an-''-'• as eerie allege; it-will not
lif fatten swine. Very true; butt it- wilrgive
l'e the life- of a farmer has been u . e; of
.; thrift before the time for Pattening arrives.-
br: • tor the mire:Totted expenditure of
and is benelieial•eyen then; : mixed , I;•ith'-t'..;t.
es soli m us c les he has'r_ceeived :hilt a litn- 4 ,
yr' frted —worth - then more thati it is, fircider '
recOmpeuse, and at the same. time htts.l
-11 uti erst Ally r - underling !, and toper, making. It c:Xeidlent.:fer store.
iv, , e•arded, aS the
di,• nc. , trument t" by .. which the profe , sio n_ i swine..during Winter by giving thrift and say.
i old maintain
,their asemilency. While,
he tnertantile, and mania:l(3l.llring elas-a4 i in,. gthill.. "It is 4 great mistake ; • - as• exPeri.
1 intent • has proVed,.. that 'the' sour varieties * •
Ireton!, your committee do not beileve"i• ;have nOt ..equal'nutriment with - the sweet;
t any, improvement in Mechanics will su- 1 the only difftrenee is the sweet, db - not atit
and I the teeth. as the sour de. . • - ,-. ..
sad,: the, necessity ot • active energy
Iring in , d . i , try.
4in d a v i g a llnt .. soim .i ntol d 7 !,
.Yt , :kir committee might, if tie) had:time.
.„. 1 , ; .1 .,,,..,,,i,• ; • 0 ,:.,,, z ,, „f ev „„. „1„,, g ,,," i l „;say !nue!: on the utility of :fruit railii!'ig' r. :1 1
•(ikpiolti-h 1.1 tplio, th.tv lA.; ihdttl 7 ;!: the :-fruit fec( 1111 g ; . I " . c w''' l'iLv° onto, iti'reeon;-
w. that farmers may not always "he kept.
t.st:i!t. of servitude, bending their bodies
'ioil-or 'lending their•museles - and enrolls to
lopered' and superfluous wealth.. If they
Ike suitable -Conmensation - to those whose
Mention has - been judiciously . directed •M di
int 41 the requiKed amount of Labor, they
will soon give him ample time to improve
hi[ mind, end thus divide. the empire that
be ; ter eduirixted, nien ha...., llithe'rti Vwla fIA, t...,
ti' intellectual,' moral, fowl . political welfilre
o Chis conntrv. - • Many who have, ne-verqm
p4hised with his pursuits, who have• regard
ed! them ‘ only lei a fit employment for- igno
.l • .
ranee, as. too. ignoble and inglorious for any
but the stupid - and uncultivated, ' will find
themselves forced into a :proper respect flu
twri who bear themselves with dimity,
who Iliey feel have . high "aimsand noble ptlipotes,-.and who combine the sterner vir'-
tins • with all the courtesies and amenities of
We. It is a truth proven.by long and .bitter
'ex!perienee, in every climate and upon every •
soil, " that those who think - Will goverti-those
Who toil." .: - • ,
i • -
• !Under these views, two of y / otir etttrim i ttee,
asl soon as their appointment ivai announced,
agended 4 he Stat e Fair at Ita!rrisburg, win-re
they- had a fitvorable oppOrtunitY of examin
_ill r . mowinlf
and reapinc , in whines, liors - e•
pt wers, grain drills, eburns..wind Mills,: Jim :
-nilng mills,' improved- hay finks., corn pi:inf
ers, , corn shellers, borne rakes, plows, and, va
ribus other articles Of farming apparatus,,re
ytiirings only' the exercise of the ordinary lac
does of- mind and common intelligence, that
(7.‘iery respectable farmer posSeSseg, to bring
them into use. They regrai to find (what..
lo w - ever , i s c oll o:Me t in•all klaS - C); !.149'i1--
1.i61 on the part of machirtist at manufac-,
tifterS., to' ask exorbitant profits for machine- .
rut. Fur, mowing and reaping machines that
ought to ' be made fur •sixtY'Or seventy dot-.
Cars, they' ask from one hundred to one htin-.
died and fifty dollars. Threshing machines,
. straw cutters, and corn shellers are all un
rtlasonably big' , , but we think this is an evil
th:it will gradually correct-itself. -. Amid your
cOmmittee• therefore earnestly recommend
the-adoption of the Scriptural advice, `..‘ to
.try all these_ things', and •tti hold fast to those
which are good." ' , .:- , . •
. i Your\ iluninittee . bkve'exarnined the vari
ous articles of machinery placed on •the .
around•for premiums, and have eimeluded to
award the- premitiln for -the Kest Plow to
'Paschall MOrris &,,Co.„,fim their Prouty,Plow
No, 5 1-2. For the . second' best to :AL L.
Catlin, for -an - imprOvement in attaching a
' fhb:eland side and.strengtheninm the
a diploma to S. H. & D. 'Sayre fur the
'very • handsome display of Plows exhibited
tiy them. • Mutt's Corn PloW is also remark
.tttle,. for its simplicity. . .
No'llarrows were exhibited. - . ' ..
For the best Corn-stalk. Cutter, - to Pas- .
chall Morris & Co., being .an improvement,
adapted to hand ne hurspower, with a, fetid
itig ,pparatus,.by which the length . -40C twl
der or straw when cut is regulated. _ .S..
t D. Sayre- hovea very SlMple and cheap
cutter adapted to. hand 'cutting. ..- '
Fur the bust Cultivator they award; the
premium to S.. H.-& D: Sayre, fur
.by, them'-of. different
sriptions ; and they also, reeommend't-hat a
discretionary prernitini.Of-F, , ,r . 2 lie awarded to
Halal L. Minedl for one exhibited .by him. .-
• l No Corn-sheller being offered, the judges
. propoSe that this ref-aim-It he,a‘varded to IL
t' i . , Newton for a lot. of farming took: maim
f4(rtured by him, exhibiting much ingenuity.
I For the best Churn; they. award the' pre-.
miutn to J.C. BUOmell. • Foranotber exbibited
- by E.,Tewlo , bury, they reeomniend. a diplo 7
ma—aurning having now become:an itnpor
tant item in the labor of our population... •-
- No Horse-rake having been exhibited, the
judges propose that this premium be awarded
to E. T. Tiffany fir a Threslier,:Beparator,
-- Cu t t ing-box, -and : Ho ilie-powet-exhiblted . by
.No pc4.rt .beleg•exhibited,the .corotnit7
tie-recoolteend that-this prerOtete. he award
ed. to S. Wl' D.' Sayre ' for 'a'. rentarlitibly
No ',Hay Rigiing helot exhibited, the-eae
inittee ISISQ itournmend: that .-ithe pretOnel
mead to our -brother. farinecs•the.importance
of sy-aematie horticulture ? than- whtMt` nn li
bOr devoted better ,pays the bu'sbanibuen.
This season is not one of alitintlant fiuit;
tiotwithstarid, the great variety exhiliited,ini
equaled At any previous fitir, thirminis•lwe 6
0( our great neglect hitherto, and \ calls upcn:
to,go r .attd ilo likewise..!
T 6", first premium Of $2,00 we Award t.)
11.1r . ..A1iel • Cassidy,--the . :leiind .4_11.00
•• - -
There were other speci mens, which- - deserve.
not (tidy 'notice but cummetation, especially
eby Hon. WM. Jesup,"on!atiothei• by-tilt
bae ' Burrows. Esq.,
There- were only two sp4unens .1. 4 ..
- one by B. It Ly'uns.prernitun t' s2,oo
the other by. J'. Ethridge,: preminm
Tour judges, ( Propose a'_ discretionary
miutroo M. K. lingley '6f $1. i 4:10 cort.the'h,\,t
lot of qui nees.; • aud
„to J. TeWksini ry, of ;51,0,1
for the -best lot of pearS. •
' ; The . garclen vegetable Were' a nohle:atii
rich display, andv a rive great (credit to the soil
of our county, when properly.
much and so greatA variety. has never hith
. ertoat our- fair' been. exhibited'. • - •
The first . preinium of strl. is awarded to
1111 1 , 11 Mitchc 1, and the : se.e . 6nd ttf4l to El
offered the Only=:
ehoice specitnen of honey—Hprolium $4. • \
'.TheaboVels most'respOtfutlf - .§ - nbtniffed,
by, S. A. NEWTON.
. . .
H. P. ituaiNs. -
.111 r increasing* interest manifested in' thls
branch of no'rietiithre is very :gratifying, and
it. is honed will he continued. , The day wa;
fine:- -The sward to; be broken stitand the
grOunita.heayy hiam. In : some parts stony,
but Affording a reasonably fair field for out.
petition; .At our first — 'ployeing . :
,roatch - five
Years since Only three teams were: enterjd.
This year ‘vi„ had ten, and a most Spirited \
match 'in Which the wiwk .Wtt'S creditable as
well-to the Plows as tri the TeanisAmtliPlow'
men. Taken - together it is believed the
• Plowing Was .much - snperiot: IQ -any. before
performed in• thej County, and well
challenge cOmpetition with that:it-any - or - 0.1;3
plOwing Matcher its the:country. •
' 1. Dimock, a. pair of.
.Brown,'lllares, and • Iron Wheel' plow- tuanit
faquredby,'Messrs Mott of Montrose. T:;? -
time 1 hoar e.
.and 25 .tnitint...
2, Ilenry J. Kent with a pair. of tirto
Black mat;es ‘A . hietr took thefirst. \ premium :
last Year; and . arNron
_Wheel: 1 - . )low also of
Mutts, Manufacture. Titrie,l hour -42 min,
I 3.Marlin L. Catlin - of Blidgewater•a
.pair of Black Ponies rather- -ennall hat tine
• 1 and tract, a pli4 hi§•own invention arid
`forrti'east at the FUlindry of Messrs Sayre is
:Ntont.rost. . Time 1-hour 34 ..
H. Harrington, BridgewrPr, a ra*r
of elegant brown- mitres - , also, an Iron Plow
mtide ';.M.essrs . Mott. • Time IT'liour :•21:
min. . • •
. . .
5: ~Norman. Austin, Bridgewater, pair et
Dark - Bay .Mare;z, a B latch lay . proW:wi:4
cutter. -Titile.l hotir 25 min:
..6. . David Banker of Bridgewategi - a . pair
of large and fist Chestnut sorrel hars . es , *anA .
111atelilay — PloW. Time 1:-hour 8
7: I r ;afte•MeKeeby, Bridgewater, aOw of
Bay itorses,litatelilay:Plow., Time L hoer
7 min ; •
R.• Nelson Hawley ofridgx , Water, - a pair
of Fltaeli horses_ which. ha;• - e. - plowed 'at every
match'l3inec !th6 society estabi bed -them, . a
Pronty .self-sharpening cuttel•Dratight-Tilow ,
manutitetured by Paschall Morris
Philadelphia.• . ,
.ph.)W" . is the same all 4speets.as to
form and size with 'theplew . 'eithibitedhy
Messrs Pronty at the worldslitir in London
-in - 1851, and which toulci.the \ lira premium
there. Time 1 hour.-SSimin.., • •
Geo: illa'ey, apeir oc . farmboreso not
Matched, an Iron' pro*. cif Melta In thin faet are,
and'a 'hoer' 50
10, tiVrit T.'„A•ast.iia, cream. and : brown
4) 3 jr , :9fherses t ,a_BlAtehlay Wheel
and: e 9 ultar.;. Time 1, hour 39,min. • -
"\' The COMMittee had nieat: dillicOlt:s'• in . b