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EIXTEENTH 'AIMEM 1;7 nib.
; ,sesQvEri.t,is . s. covNTY
'TO BE }mu) AT
On Tuesday and s Wednesday. Sept.
Rules and P t Oulations. _
Inc Committee and Socrei:ii'ythave-,_au
office cm the Fair- Grounds, where the
Judges are rCquested to meet at 10 o'clock
of the second day, when their names will
be' called and filled; and, they
will enter upon their duties,:•and he ready
to •report in writing at 2 o'clock of the
"samefday. • It is hoped that all persons np
_pointed on :twarding Committees, wih lie
resent at that hour. The Judges •can re
sort loc;•inZtruet ions and US make out re
ports to the odic* • '••
Exhibitors wishing to compete for pre
mionts, must have their animals or arti
cles entered the Secretary's. Book, the
first day-of , the• Fair, -if possible; and a
Card, whict will be received from the
Secretary, C. L. Brown, must he placed
on the animal or article-to he-exhibited.
They must be all on the ground for exhi
bitionbv 10 o'clock, a. m:, of the second
or they cannou'receive a premium.—
No- animal or article can be removed be
fore the close of the exhibition except by
permission of one of the Executive Com
It is very desirnble that all rehieleq en
terinrr the enelosiedwgronntl should keep in
Sziperintendents of the ilifFerent depart=
ments wi!l have all arr . and article:"
sysrematieall - 5- arrm:*ed, - The officers of
the society and superintenriebto will Lo
known their official badire4:
A sittli . cient Police force - will tie in at
tendance, day and night, to protect the
properly of exhibitors.
Arram , emeict; are made foe all Ntock
"over night. There wi!l.be a Committee
at the entrance of the Fair Grounds, to
.all persons driving in stock ov'cr
vat- be etdc;red ten itiys previous
to the Fair by calling on C. L. Brown,
See4tarv. (Mice at F. B. Chandler's
s and Mules must be . exhibited in
t:d1•• , during the exhibition. •
- No pro% b.ion will be made for stalling
Kock - otti• two years old.. • .
NO premium will be awarded twany
person exhibiting articles or animals not
entered in the name of the b.ena Air own
ers of the Ita
Daily. Order of Arrangemellte.
•- Thy ; ratos will be open 'from 7. o't..lock,
nntii 6p. m., eatli day. • '
At 2 i'cloek, iii. thei rack will be-open
pnoni , enous driving until 1 p.
A t; Livalea.l.; will form pn the
at 2 n'elook, p. in., in which all hor
sos in ilarn.'ss, e:tC.,,red for preniiitms, are
to In , pr e sent and take their pia
cc?. as caAc,l I.y the:Superintendents.
At at the call of theSu
perintt?n,l,lu, cfsa,,tirst, Stallions, will a5!,.!.11,1,-;
!,.!.11, 1 , - ; mit of the JuAges' stand, for
4. a - 4, f.% .I n.:ln- aintrla analAis4l-
11t, C, ' hi front of the
' 7 7 , At 4 eicir,(.l4. 3.. M., lady and gentleman
nniil 5 p. in.
SECON —w r rrs rsrws-, SEPT. 24
At 11 o'clock, rt. un., a Grand Cavalcade
cf . hort-•;. ~.ntured fur premiums, will take
ultee on the'track.
At i lll o'clo . ck,:a. in, at the call of the
r.intt.ndcnt, first will asssemble
n: of tlt• .Ttid!res stand, for (;xllilit
tton final inspection.
\At 1..1 - o'clock, in., simile and matched
At I '.. p. rn., Cdts. . -
At I p. in., Mules. . • -
At :I p., m; the address by J. B. MeCoL
Ai 4 p. m., tile announcement of the A
Arar,d of Pit:111111111S.
'.l. conclude witli an exhibition of gen
era: driving on the track.
LIST Of PREMIUMS.
' V:71 , 1.V., 1.-11‘,1:!,tf... —CLA..., ,, I.— , TVLI.C.I7.ISANI:ICART.P. J
1A. , . dramrn: ,IM;lon and one c-: his. colts. dipbmaanna ;1 , .... 4
111 -I ~ , ,l ,t‘e, road t•ter i•- - , .•\•be,t e - oral mare and roll. 11
Si.-:rid la -4 1 , . r e,er. of al o. e Ili cc 4
inci.r. - .--.1. S. Tarbell, Mourn ae : John Tewksbnryi
4kabilrl. : Care-topher Byrne, Clioeonnt. ,
war chi:a hureca uvcr thrce yrare chl
-• • •
• ~ r MSS, not I•Sistql in the cc44lllr .
It. S. Birebara,Jes,
t•u;,, \\ iinarn, BricLzew;l:tr.
A.:41 , 311.1LM4.
11,1 paii . "Id and 1,44. t pair ratlirs, rfiett.
ur.il4.s2; pair yt•at, 01 , 1 cabs, 15,1•• I
vutrling 1,4,1 a 41111. Ohl best :Tears , A
a.4 - 14,,kacli, $2: teCuuki best jack, and
- - 1,-1 Sprn:l CUCI.II.I, •
I'. Luke; 1121. Auburn
liettigtiwsteir.- I I
old $5. 3d heft $1; beat yeauling bull
-,. 'best vowel, er years old 34. 2d hest 3.14;
1.,-; y,... 12 ,.,41 Iteiror .l. 2d best 2: bust hfr I
ed $ . l; I.l,llte:fer,ca'.fs2.. 241 best il; Li-M i ll:IQ calif
2,11,1•-: 31. •
r. Ilaudrick. F. Lake; Jas. - N. artnnit, Cbo , -
• . Sprltic‘
['LASS it.-11i IMA ZS. '
I:.•.- 0 , , , r1: year, 3d 31:, bent 5 - carllng
2;1 eta over S year, old 2d C3;b est yrs 01 ,
1,4,4 r..uuug lilr $2, ad 31; hest, bull ca l f
2.1;. 1,5-: 1,:; call tali!.
lee. ilaselevton Thos,- Nicht:deo ,
.1,i;r11:e . A. L. Wetrt•ter CLocoulit.
I LI.-4.11A7.7C DETOISi.
1,11. best coo over:; years old. beet 2ssrarNoldhil
f y 0.1•:,21:: , , Ik'f.; , ,t 3 eni%,, euttllfti: 2CI onyachts2.
t.—Satnit,. I Willl,snl•. Pike; U. Prichard, Sld'nt -
Frcat net: Lineal - nu::11U.
•t_ssS Dr. 1.1171IIIA31•. •
at , fur t7ratle (1. , r0m , . • . 1 2dger—Willimil
.:Pft•11111'.7.11. S.S on t ile.L.% o 1,,,'",13"C,'•
. aG. Drigcl i esvuter; Steidle
, La's 51.—O\El ash ^
Lett pair of St orbnli.. vs./ otter 4 a cars old raised In ihl 4
canu:3 $4,1,4.-1 pair of 3 sears old; and 2 rears 0141
s: rcn can-ed iti c5 , :11:: each $3: 2d on 45,:e1,.52. Beq.,
yokt - Jf tat mot 14... r, t.ttal best, k,'3;.bept stogie meek
Or Cote. Si Tod best . E 2
At;b1:1 - 11: M. K. Musih.....lDridg4l-
,sraLs - : 1 4 ,:akele,•. 2 ;u - 1112 . 1 . 111e.
11.',.t bore. and br. , edion •en. vark 3:1. td $2; beat spriii,3
0,;,- , ..st,dl,est 4pip,. under "be old.eacti $2, eaehl
Towne. A. Tilden, F. Lake; Edward
DIVISIO . S: Ir.-4 tl F . r . T .
x , t ,„1 , ,a buck $3,242; hest 3 do ewes 3, 2432;best
• d,, lambs 2. Fe- wooled
;; d.. lamb, ..'or coarse woolc.i. Tv-rttium, MUG t
on line, ....s.crpt lamb. Which !..11•41,:e wooled min;
i. r7.rre. Bret buck' lamb of ami"l,
tte , hue: '... 1 . - mthElt.riu. IL, huddle 1, 00 1,4
—Sionro - -11tolwrtr-....te..+-trk: Trt e..
C.:. thud: 11 Forett Lake. -
turkey , , cock and ben ; beat t litowla <mei I. l reii•
be - t chickety, : and be ducks ; eacTIV.;
ki . be , fon each lot $l. Judger—Jas. - Deana, Mdutron:
John Lludeon, Cboconut ; Jackaou Baldicln.B.ll4;cwur
DININIONyI.—DrTTER AND CHEESS.
R.rt f: puil of 41 nue but ter 2.t4. 24 3; etttute prentrArrk
(fir se;n. letter. Bert 10 Itx. buttes wade by girls
yr, $2. - Bert etivere. not Ira* than 251 h.. 3.2 d
J. Mulford. .3.Toutiore 3. T. Stephen ,
Great Behd : C. P. Hawley, Gibroh.
%II.—!WINES. Ck' aura, AND JELLIES. i
rrtr,: c‘urzr.nt , blackberry. elderberry. and eberrr
. currant,apple, grape, and e,rab aeplt
. br:y cents._
C. Searle. Wra. A. Crosemen,
'Mulford and W J Turret , C D Lathrop, W M Puat , Esqs r ,
DIVISION %Ill.—Ent - Tr AND TEOLVALLES.
11%,.: fall apnl,s‘. not than a dozen, end at least threi
carirtir:, S 3. t. , (1 t ; sinter do. iame premiums. Beat
and quinee,;..frot le'e than peck, each:al:4[l4
a d creatl"...sl citric ~f• vegetables; earl $l.
.2;„ , I L Air.lll us titoaw. 13i . id,;w1. , a :dr ; Z.' r. can:we;
. _ .
.kpolacon ; Urtytne Burrows, (141ison..
B c ' der vinyl:az, not lets than 1 gallonSl,
2 d belt 10
' h. -. 1.131 , 3 , ,ugar. and do. honey. each $1,24 eachl.
Jud,; —S. 41. Hendrick, FranklbalAkat Yips, Onion;
A. honcho . ° rt h„i.ibertY: . •
nimatos X.—C.4OI=QU AKD CArttsrler WORK. •
double. carriage SS; beat single . sleigh; single ear
bureau. extension table, chamber pelt, each $3.
All .art cies In this division for wisp' etition must be en
toced by the manufacrtner. Judge —J. Smiley:G*on ;
Weed. Nee/Milford VD. Thomlts, Great Bend. '
DIVISION XL - 4 • ARAlRTtafatiters, men et.iinsarrilnoa.
Beet plow $3, beat cultivator, corn libeller, straw colter.
churn power,Thret, firkins, horse rake;Ant of six Wise
shoes, each $2, 24 beet horseshoes 1. Judges—John
Flynn; Middletown; George Walker, Mama ; 131jah
Barnum, 'New :11 Ilford
Bent bushel of comic Utetwi,l4ll bueltelot white irinter
wheat. rod do_spring+steitt; rye,flalseed, timotbyeeed."
peek of clover 2e1;11, each $l. Judges—L. M. TurnerS.
Lake; N. P.'Wheaton. Franklin; Lett Tupper, Bush,.
DIVIMON XIII.—LEATIIER, &C. •
Beat a ,ddeakarness, sole, and upper leather; cage and
two horse harness: each. $2,2d each, I; best p air of tine
bbors's2. coarse. I. Jndges—Judson Stone, F. Lake;
Best IS vett/sweeten elf peAcand rag do;. $84:24,12; bad
to _Tors flannel, yardaluTled tiotlWatx ltatts - woolen
mocha, mph, $2, Al 1' „best 1p yardalteen cloth; and la
Yard+ l,l eclortere.'ettert, SS; beat Spalra woolen mittens
$l, 24 yt. Judges,-L. F. Flteb, Montrose ;11Les. J. A.
Bunnell, Dim oek ; Mrs. Philo Sherwook Bush;.' In.
c o . it Park, Franklin. --
DIV44IOeI Xy•—Kuts ears, onstslwereiltin=rwentet, an,
Beet patch work quilt,nnd quilted' any other kind. eachh3.
Sd 2.3 d 1; beat bed spread, embrotypesi dental - work,
241, 1; 4 uht winter bonnet pt 35. tide chair cover ;M.
Jutivs—E. 31, Tether,' and halo Sea*, -Montrose;
Jeunlit Brackney, S. Lake; Georgians Perke,lllMoCk;
DtrielOY zet,—ukati or CLTILL
Best ftertforeatth .
net leis than 10,"ralsed and eildblied
by one men.O. ad Judace'- --- new, Drinker. bermes;
Rufus Sinitb. Frank 4.
lin ; P. S. Cassedy; Diutock, •
• DIVISICIX•ITIL—TQWWBIIII , BOCIittIe.--
To the Township Society that makes the largestnid beat
' exhibition, S. Townships Intending to compete,
Ivithplea,e give notice to the - Eremitic° Committee; at
leech 30 daysbefore the Fair. Judges—J., M. Davas,lll.
Ibsen ; Wm. C: Ward. ?Clifford ; A. Beardelee, 9.1131 e.
DIVISION xrut.—PLOWTMO ,
- 1 14EC. 6 313c10.3r ißopi. 13.532aci,
At 2 o'clock. p. tn. the Plowing Match will take place
on the lute Soinnei:Gregory firm; joining - the borough
lino. Entrance by the Old Pisir 'Ground.
Best plowing, $5; 11d. $4 sa, 4th, 112; 5114 $l.
Judges—Christopher Byrne, Cbooro tut; J. Hartington,
Bridgewater; James Sterling. Brooklyn. , ,
13 . 17X 3 1:1WRZWWEEINTMe'Wernia
GENERAL u r r swim' —IVi. H. Jessup.
As3IsTANT C. H.Ovro.
SW? or: CAL - rn,z,-Avery Brink;
.Sunin , awn. SWINZ—M. J. llarrlugtOn _ .
'Vann iiirt.nwrtnia—Eltiab Mott.
, Danir next—Edwin Baldwin. __ •
Fern Mel) VIOLTAELES—W !mon,
aud M. Mott. _ • '
LAniSS . liat.t.—Mr. and Mo. Mau . leas Su
! • van Horton. ?dies Jane Searle, Mo. D.'ll.
„Lathrop. and Mrs. Jamas Tyler.
Incnr,entarso ' lorricutr—M. O. Tyler. B. S.
:Meatier. D. D. Wanter.-Str,a. 1 1 './X Chandler
aud Sirs . J. S. Tarbell, J. :
Notwithstanding oiar national to:Y . o4les, we hppe to see
alaryt- attendance here. as the Society is somewhat in
debt. Vi hope the receipts ulltbe large, to en lees to
oae Abe left. the Society by Mr. Caleb oftrmalt,
which cannot be expended On the Grounds tuatirdhe debts
We anticipate a large exhibition of stock, and I,hatall
other departments wilrbe Welt tilled: Atifinit
ant, we shall expect to see the hall Well filled; also the
riaco =MC at the ladies' hall. each day. •
Pric34no of, A.cilzialissiloass
Badge of Memberehlp.which will admit all articles com
peting for Premiums, with family, who ere females or mi•
nor male children. $l. Badge of membership, which wit'
admit familv above. without competing' for Premiums,
except in I))viskins 14 and 15, (Domestic manufactUres.
and Fine Arts and Ornamental _Needlework.) 50 cts. All
clerin - men, printers, and their fizallies, admitted free.
Good music will be.proeided. • --.
liontrose. . J. C. MORRIS,
June r. 41. /.%2. F. lIOLLISTER, ) trarnnditl•
THE Izr H ANNUAL' FAIR
- - -
- WILL BR - HELD 1 ;
For 180, on the Fair Grow& at Bar
, ford Village, Oct. Bth. -
• M o riemis-itiarriT.Aamit.,
Best stallion over 4 v'is old . , $5,. 2d best, $3 .
" pair mat . (l'd horses 4, ' 1 3
" single horsc'or mare, 3, ." - 2
" brood thare'pod colt, 3, " 2
Judges: G. J. Babcock, llarford; W.
K. Hatch, Montrose; W. T. Moxley, N:
cLAss.t !. -170/ta Ktacs.
r“tr V - Pri . 6 - arz:zircir 2d best, $2
" 3 y'rs old colt,. .2; " '1
"-2 y'rs 014 colt,. 1, "
1 year old-colt, 1. 4,
" pair mules, 2," 1
Juily , vs: Lewis Brainard, Wm. Brun
dage, Gibson ; D..Corstv; Jackson.
cLAss in.—Grade Durham*
Best Lull , over y'rihold, t 9, 2d best, $2
1)1111;1 year old, ' 2, " 1
" bull c.. 1 1 .;
,• . 2, " 1
" 2.yx-ars . old heifer, 1, "
" 3 .- ye3rlings, . • 2, " 1
" 3 ettives,__ 2, " 1
" heifer calf, • • 'l, "
• Jiages: Otis Grinnell, 'Harforti; S.
W. Breed, Brogklyn; M. L. Catlin, Mont.-
-. • , CiLAss iv.--Grade Devons. . -
Best bull over 2 years old, $3,.2d• best, $2
" bull one year old,
.2, " 1
" bull calf, •. 1, at , 4
", cuw, . 2,. '•" 1
" 2 yearcoldleifer, • 1, "'• i
," , 3 yearling,R, ' , _- 2, " 1
" p calves 2
„. ,2, • " • 1
" Leifer calf, - . l, .l, " -i .
' Judges : Fowler. Peck, Harlbrd ; IL'
31arcy, Lenox ; .A..T Tiffany, Brooklyn.
G • ' - cLASsy. , —.Naftlits. .
Ikst ball over 1 year old, $2; 2d-best $1:
" co"w, . - 4 . H. .1.
2. year olirheifer, 1,•4 ''". • i
" three yearlings,' 1, *. -
three calves, • ' •1,
i it4gA :. , Joseph- Moore, Harford ; A:
B. Trucker, Jathson; Lathrop, N.
O liver -T, . . -
iNliltbril.. -• , e
CLASS Vl. tizen an d .S teer,. -..
11e4 p'r workint; oxen over 4 v'rs old, $3
'2 ti beet 44 ' 41 . ' 4.1
Bert pair 3 y'rs old sters, $2, 2,d best, $1
-" 2 y'rs old steers, 4, ":ii •-• 1
' 1 - y'r old o.eersr,
.1 ti fzes : Oakley, J. G: !Total ,
kiss,, Milford; Robert Breed, Brooklyn.
CVASS ra..'hfep and-Lip. '
st buckF, t'2, 2d Vest, ' .$1
!urea, -2, "
" !milli.% . 1, "
" . 2, "
- " brerditify, xow, 2, . " • 1
"r, sprint! pip?", 1, "
,ittd D. I): Tiffany,
Ijartlet t, Jackson;. Jared Tyler,- New
CLASS vnr.-LGrain and Poultry
13z..44 peck winter . beat, 50c. 2d hest 25c
." peck spring i,iheat,
,50c., • • " . 25c
" Ipeek tryci; ! 50e. " -25 e
" peck corn in the ear,soe. ". 25c
" Tee oats, •
50c. -4 ‘ 25e .
" !pair turkeys, cock and lien, 50e 4d 2.5 c
s "4 fon - 1, over I
y 'r old, ` 5062 d 2Sc
" !spring eldekiFfi, 750 c. ", .25c
• " dnekg, 50c. • • " 25c
J - Edw in, Tingley, linford .;,H
S. Ci)ntant, Lenox; John Bennett, Gibson
- • erdiss IX.---Buiter and Cheese.
13eqti butter, tub or firkin,sl.l 2a. best, sl'
--;" roll' utter, not lets Out:l . s'll3N $l, 2d,
" 'cheese, 1,2 d,
JUriges : C. S. Johnston, lisrford,
nn ;1;01, IlOpbottOni C.-I).llawley,.Gi&
(Liss t.---Yruit erne! Vegetttbkt
Best fall apples, not less than.-12, at least
three varikies, 50c. 2d bi"tst, 25C
yiioter 1115,1e5, ' • 50c. " 25c
"'pears., 50c. " 25e
" rioces, SOc. 46 25c
" peaCllo, 50c. 44 25e
." rgrapeS; 50c. " 25c
Best greatest yariety of fruit, $l, 2d, 50c
'"Spec'n potatiks,2 yarketieti or more,soc
" 3 sirashu, • 80e
" 3 heads cabbage s _ , 30e
" onloas,.not teas thad 12, .500
." beets, uolless damp 6, _.. • .. 50c
and glateilt vaiiety.of*egetables, $1
• i-!4_ • " 600
Judges Ira Carpenter, D. Edwards,
Aarlitrd ; 4cksoa. '
'miss iteZ-Viriestar,lfoneg . Wine and Ma-
pie Sugar. -
Beat gallon. vinegar, • 500
• " •
currant wine, soc
- -" • ,bla,clberry,,Wine,_ 5043
"-"-five Itti.iboney, ." beat,-500
" Svc lbs..maple sugar, 1, " 50d
Judges:Alvin . Roper, Burford; J. S.
Peckham, Brooklyn ; HomerTinglety; N.
biafs XIT - .-- - Zeathir add iti Mitstufoctures.
Best 2 saes harness, Bak and upper leath
er, each, '` . $1
" 2 calf-skinti t ',' . 500
." pair floe , soe
", pair • oosrse bents, - ' 500
. • •
4 .' i:arriage. harnes s, , •
" set team harness, ..• 500
All artieleS..ln this class mast be entered ,
in the name of the ritannfacturer.
ford ;ilfelion Hakar,'New Piford.
puss —XIII.- !7 •Foirntin
g %Menails,. Black
Best Coingion Plow„, side ilia plow, cuiti
vutoi, corn - sheller,,straw cutter, horse•
rake and churnink muchine,cach,
Beet mowing inachine,„
1 : thrust:wig-power,-
" butter tub, •
".butter firkin, •':-
"set horse shoes,
" tot Of tin ware
"cook stove for-coal;
"'coolentoi.,e for wood,.
" parlor stove, : •
Judges L. F. Farrar,' Haifoydl Hor
ace Seyniour, New . Milford ; and Anson
cuss XIV.-- 7 CabineriVark and Carriage:,
Best specimen cabinet . ' work, _ 50c
" set chairs,. . 500
" rocking chair, 50c
" Carriage, single or doable; $2
" buggy wagon, . 1
" lumber wagon; 1
Judges,: S. B.Guile, D. Sibley,tfarford;
and Urbane Burrows. Gibton. ,
Best 5 yds. wooleil flannel SI, 2d best 50c
'." syds.- plaid flannel, I, 2d best 500
syas fall cloth, 1, id best 50c
" rag carpet, , 1,2 d best 50c
." yarn carpet; . 1,2 d best 50c
• " apr. woolen socks, 1, 2 d best 250
" 2pr. woolen mittens, • 50c
" stocking yarn; 50c
Judges : Mrs. G J. Babcock, Mrs. L.R..
Peck, and C. 11. Miller, of Harford, - and
Mrs. A. J. Many, Brooklyn.
arss.XVL—Ornamental Needle ,Work,
Fine Arts tie.
Best patch work quilt, $l, 2d best 50c
"quilt of any other kind 1, ." soc
" worked gpilcad, 1, " soc
"-worked skirt, 1, " 50c
" worked. collar,' - , " 25c
"specimen worsted embr i
oidery, -50 c
2d- best i 25c
" specimen silk embroidery, . 50c
2d best:, , 250
" bonnet, - - ~ , ti, 2d best, 25c
"'ladips saque, -1, •".- 25e
-" knit hood, Jr, ' " 25c
" knit _tidy, 1, " 25'e
" oil painting on canvass,l, --," 50c
..f 6 1 ,4 0 ;re, ...., ^W.. Li ci k ' 7 .zac
" drawing, 'l, " -50 c
" picture frame, " . 25c
Judges: Miss Mary M. Edwards, Miss
Mary Sterns, Miss Jane Adanis, and J. C.
- crass XVlL—ltrisrellaneouf Articles..
Judges : A. Carpenter, L.. R. Peck,
Harford, and L. 0. Tiffany, Gibson.
General Superintendent, Di E. Whit
ney ; Assistant Superintendent, S. E. Car
penter ; Superintendent of Cattle, G. A.
Lindsey, and Geo. M. Carpenter •- Sheep,
Hogs and Poultry,,Willard W. liiilmarth;
Dairy Hall, D.T. Re; Mechanics Hall,
Wm. F. Barnard ;
Ve4atable Hall, Geo.
I Tingley ; Floral Hall; Mrs. H. M. Jones,
Miss Sarah Miller, J. W. Tylefitnd T. H.
The Judges are requested to meet at
the Secretary's office upon the Fair
Grounds at 71 o'clock A. M., when their
names will be called and - vacancies filled.
Exhibitors 'wishing to compete for
premiums are requested id call 'at - the Sec
retary's office on entering the grounds,
where they will be furnished with cards
to place upon the articles -or - animals to
be exhipited. All articles competing.for
premiums should be on the groundi be
fore 11 o'clock A.M.
Any person desiring 'to compete for
premiums can do so by purchasing_
badge of .membership, which will admit
himself and family tothe exhibition, but
any person wishing to exhibit articles
without competing for.premiums, can do
so free of charge.' •
A sufficient police force will be neon the.
. during "
theday .. to protect the
The premiums are payable by the
treaaurer at any time after the 20th of
October, and before the annual meeting
held the sedond Monday in January:
- The - annual address will be delivered' by
F: B. Streeter Esq., of Montrose, - at
o'clock! P. M.
TheiHarford Brass Band will . be- in
The success of our Association has been
such 'that we art enabled to. offer, more
and ; larger premiums , than. heretofore;
and we hope that all friends.of agricultu
ral and mechanical improvemint will con
lidue to-aid us by their presence'and with
their articles for eibibition.
Badges'of Membership, : ' ..$0 50
Single Admission, , --10.
Children Under .10 years of age, Free
Clergymen and their fa padres, Free
tx . L. NINE, ' ' 4
E. N. CARPENTItR, ' Ex. Corn,
3. BLANDING, - , ,
REsisinm tux tin/m.4'l;mq - Wed
nesday last, says ths-MeadvilleJournat
when Mr. J. L: KELLY, ilie Deputy Marsh.
al for -Rockdale, was proceeding to enroll
some.of the limo at work on the line of
the Atlantic and Great - Western Railroa4l,
he Was assailed. with clubs . and stones, his
papers taken from him and destroyed r and
after being knocked down once or twice,
he barely escaped .With his life..bf flight.
About oitelinndred:of the handiijoined in
pursuing hitn, but fortunately be got awa7
without serious injury. The parties to this
outrage declare , they will not be enrolled
and-threaten the life of the Marshal if be
appears,ariving them. We expect - to give
filler particulars next week.
ji otOrnst Poui,tral,
'',i, ..11. t J. waersogr, - - -pm*. A:.
'' '. " ' " - '4 . : ', .. @99 0 1. 16 4K1_ o.!ir4
anurawNioar AS IT WAS;
-Defore abolitioa;itecesidon. fte, distrutoi h a banaony
THE CONSTITIITION AS IT ii;
inforeed and pipette In A. McCaw. leassitsy.
FoR AUDITOR Gmuuu4::
ISA-4, .-5X . ., -. .gpTicT4 7 1, , ,,
_ Union Contity,i _
FOB Sxra r irs-rcia• GzNirn
JAMES P. :BARR,
Of. Allegheny 00ni4..•
Democratic COipitirCtiii: - .
.• - •
The Pentocratic'Clannty votOrention
oembled at 'the COnwhOuse,
on 3ifontiajt, Sept': Bth, and organixl.l4
the seleetion,of the following officers:- .
- President, R. T. &Erman, n];44. ;
Presidents; A. Airem,t. FARRAII ;
Secretaries, C. Ti. amuck,. Lswasnor.
• • • •
LIST OF DELEGATES.'
Auburn—A. 'Waltman, Jonait Carter:
Ararat—N. J. West, . L. - 0. Baldwin.
Apolacon—M. Nolan, P. Welsh. -
-Bridgewater—Thos. JohnstMi A. 11.
Patrick. • -
Brooklyn—R. W. Gere,•Fraheis Fish.
Choconut—C. Byrne, 31.-Hieltey.
Clifford—J. Stephen; E. Orim.
Dimock—A. B. Lathrop,J. J. Wallace.
Dundaff—C. C.,Churob, 0. P.Phinney.
Friendsville—C. B. jacks* Thomas
Matthews. - •
Fr,Anklin—J.P. Tingley, D. Tnrrell.
Forest Lake—Wm. Harvey, T. F."
Gibson—John Smiley. 1 -
Great Bend—W. D. Jayne,.,E. W. Fish.
Great Bend boro—R. T. Stephens, D.
L. Thompson., .1 •
Herrick—T. Burdick; A. Tilden.
Harford—L. T. Farrar, S. 'carpenter.
Jessup—W. C. Handrick, - TJJ.: Depuo:
Jackson-- . -L. Griffis, E. N. Tlticker.• •
Lenoi--11. Marcy, - F. T. Powers.
Lathrop—E: S. Brown; W. IZ. Brown.
.''Liberty--R. Bailey, H. H. Roe.
Middletown—Otis RoSs,, L. Curley.
Montrosd--C. D. Lathrop, J. Gerrit
New Milford—J. D. Foot, Wm. Hard
New Milford boro—Wm. Green, Wm.
Rush—E. Maynard, N. Snyder.
€ilver Lake—M. Sullivan, Martin Ha
B; Handrick. •
A. J._Gerritson, Win. Hayden, 'Jonas
Carter and C. C. Church were} appointed
a Committee on resolutions. ;
During the absence of tho Committee,
R. 13:Little and M. C. Tyleri addressed
The - Report of the Committ;ee was tin
aohnously adopted, as followE6
WeIIREAS, - we are earnestlvi desirous of
a return of Unity. T°.cel harmony, and
prosperity, to our beloved eountry;--
Resolved, That we are in fav'or of a vigor
oils prosecution of the war tit) suppress
the existing rebellion, and that all the
means possessed -by the Government
should be employed to that, end.
Resolved, That we feel proud of the he
roism of our. gallant troops in! the many
bloody fields on which they have battled
for their country, and we recommend to
the Government that it shOnld &Ace
for them ample.provisions. 1
Resolved, That „we approvethe !action
of the Democratic State Conv ention, hel
at Harrisburg on the Fourth of July last
and that to the principles there adopted,
and the candidates nominated- we pled_ ge.
our hearty and undivided sup p ort:
- Nominations for Congress !being next
in order, the following was .read,"and, on
motion, unanimously adopted i -
Whereas, The Democracy of the' Conn-'
ty of Luzern - e, at their Into. Convention,
expressed their preference ferCuAutrs
DuNtsos, EBQ., of Wilkesbarre, as the
Democratic candidate for Congress in this
(the -12th) Congressional district; and,
whereas, we have full confi4nee in the
patriotism and integrity of 31F. Denison;
and fr o rn the greetings of Our brother
Democrats Or Luzerne, believe that he is
in favor of sustaining the Con4itution and
the Union of the United States—in short,
our whole country, one and madiiided—
therefore,. , ,
Resplved, That we concur in; the nomin
ation of Charles Denison as our candidate
' For State Senator, Thoma:s johnswi,
M. C. Tyler, John Smiley, an il R. B. Lit-,
tie, were :nominated. Mr. I.4ttles name
having been withdrawn, a baPot:was ta
ken, resulting as follows: • _I
29Tyler, - 20
Johnson, '6 Little, I . 2
Whereupon, JohnSmiley,l of Gibson;
wao; on motion of Mr. Johnseti, declared
to be the unanimous choice of the Conven
tion. . .
For Representative, G. W. Levis, M.
Cr Tyler, and:J. L. •Merriman wer4 nom
inate& The .names of Tyler land Ilderri;
man having been'withdrawni!Geotige W.
Lewis, of Dimock, was powx:natedl by ao
For Commissinner, P. Carpenter, Otis
Ross, and Truman Bell were nominated.
A ballot resulted '
Carpenter. 41; Ross 1.2 ; Bell 2. '
Mr. Ross moved that the nomination of
'Penne! Carpenter ; of Harford, be lunin'A - -
mously agreed to. Adopted. r
Wm.:3L Post,. Esq., of Montroae, was
nominated for District Attorney,jbiao•
For Auditor, Abram Carter; waft nom
mated by acclamation. • i
Conferees were thon selected, as follows:
Congressional-4; 1,. Merriman John
Blanding, F. M. Williams. j
Senatiirialt—Thomas Johnsen,- C. L,
BrOini, C. B. Jackson, 'Otis *me;
The Convention neat,prooycdcktofie- ..
lect a County Cimmiltone : memblr
being - Chola* bY4e digegetes;frem eaoll
. • - . •
ThAlbusioces the Convent/AO hewn:.
been 'eencliided, a itg. into
county, to the Convention, who made a
truly patriotic and timely-speecb. -
°°I 'APTI IS ;, Wait C OMME N 9 F " .
The - tieriib -- crtitic't*inferecS bf - the 'l2th
Congressional District., comprising the
14°W1AKilflettsenie and , Susquelliona,met
'atilielle'yMomi Hotel, in Montroie, on
itirSepteinVeit;'lBB2 - .
Present, Messrs ' J. Blanding;F. M. Will and J. L. 4eiritnan, from Suscperi,
"and D. R. Randel4-3. R. - WM*444nd E.
M. Miner, from Ltizerne: - '
Qii"nietion - dWr. Ritn4alk . r.
UOl'l'4/113 - eltleted E. 11.11-
'"Reiolied,'T4at fiereafter/_ three confer.' _
ees shall be appointed for eabh - &matt. '
Resolvid, That • lie the
place of meetiep:if - courer4S'
trict-nstil otherw ise Orderid. '
!birdied, Thit the seiretaitinform
Denison, by letter, of his 'nonination. - '
Rltolvtd, Thit - the prociednigs
conference be published in the Denincritic
papers of the_ district, and iti the Patriot di
CuAnt.ts Dumsort,,Esq.: ,
- The conferees appointed . 4 .thti Dezno:
ciatic conventions - of Luzeine and Susq . 'S
counties to nominate a candidate to rep 7
resent:this (12th) 'district in Congrel_imet
in Montrose on the Bth insti;:ana.
monslY selected yon as the - Democratic
candidate for, that, office. ,
For many years thefie has, not:teen so
great unanimity of feeling' among confer
ees upon.this question, and we siticereli,
trust that the vast masses of the Democ
racy may elect : you this fall to :carry out
the pure:pritiaiplei oftbe'Constitution.
E B. MINER, Seply.
Moritrose, Sept. '9th, 1862.
E. E Mrxru, Secretary,:
'Gentlemen : I am gratified with yOur
note of this date saying that I have been
utiannolfq . nominated as a candidate for
Congress at the coming eleetion;`
And in accepting your nomination I
think proper to say that if elected I wilt
sustain the Government in putting down
the rebellion, and in its efforts to restore
the Union and enforce the lalis and that
I will, to the extent of my power,support
the Constitution in all its requirements.
'I am truly, yonr obedient seriant,
• CHARLES DENISON.
Charles Denison,' ER:- .
Of Charles Denison, . the nominee for
Congress, it is almost unnecessary for us
personally to speak. Born and reared in
our inidsi,^otlC or a family: whose ' tradi
tionary history is familiar to _every child
who has ever read or heard of the history
of this valley—and whose own nanie• has
beep fegarded , as the symbol of 'honor
among our people for over a quarter of a
century, were our own county the entire
atatrict. Ir a would doom it a noodlooa_
task especially to refer to him. But -as
our brethren of SusqJohanna have lately
been attaclied to us, it will not be amiss
to state that Charles Denison is one of the
most able and reliable • niembers of the
Luzerno. bar—that }chile he has ever, been
unalterably devoted to.the principles of
the ernocratic party. he has never been
a n isy politician or an aspirant for office.
His wn modest worth has been the true
e ent of his strength, and ithe people
willo knew him best have sitigled trim out
Is the proper person to represent them in
the councils of the nation. That the
earnest effort of his heart and I mind will
be directed to the end ~of bringing back
our country to its pristine prosperity, his'
. whole life affords ample •assurance.—Lu
-zern* Union. .
VrThe Carbondale Advance!, ln'piow
organ) says of Charles
tnuCh ,esteemed as a citizen, and his fam
ily thaving - always been one of the most
respectable in the valley,. he will poll' a .
vote tibout the centre of the county some
what beyond' party strength. .We regard
him as a sincere and honest man." .
"Let every one indabted, call. and ,
_the printer, during the. county Fair,
or send the cash byhis neighbor. Don't
liar The appointments under the new
law for the assessment of the federal war"
taxes, have been made. Judge Jessup is
assessor for this - district.,, (Luzerne and
Susq'a) to be,assisted in ibis county by G..
A. Jessup, Wm. L. Posi, and J. x.Lahg ,
don, of Montrose and David Stimmers.of
New Miltbrd. J:ll.Scranton, of-Lnzerne,_
is district collector. Appointments under
this law are controlled by. the " Republi ,
can" cougressmen, such is Grow., • . •
Another Nino *oaths' Compariy.
J. W. Young, Geo. W. Crandall, and
Joseph Jameson, have' received authority
to raise a Company of Volunteers for nine .
months. Better .to enlist for that period,
thistrto be drafted. Volunteer ! ,
Or 'Read the military calla and Attend
to thew; 'the day for more work and less
talk has arrived. Tim bloody traitors are
striking wicked - blows at the rights of each'
citizen s and 'none Can be now inactive anti
true to their manhood and country.
Pr Charles Denieon will be in town
on the 4veasion of our county Fair:
SrWilmot's tyranny -and fsnaticiarn
bee ruptured the Republican party in old
Bra - Ilford./ The unfair nomination of the
fanatic Landon, for ha& gallica
a destructive bolt, which has resulted, in
the nomination of Hon. H. W. Tracy, one
of the ablest and most popular Men' in the
party.: The utter defeat of the Wilmot
faction is claimed by the "insurgents."
WA-majority of s the people in this
new district desire to defeat Mr. Grow ) ,
and to see that the work is dope is now
the privilege and duty of the humblest
Citizen. One vote may turn the tables ;
and every democrat and Cioliservatiire man
should realize that his help is wanted -Abet
tise,btittle and victory will be its-Dreg,
/'Put 'down the rebellion—put out
abiditionkits ; 'f, bullets: for ii*--ballota for
Othtfri Thepeaboubt* every Union
116 4 8 rili4to,_l:l3o *hall *0 maintain our
r' 2 %
.71 I •
1/...1g1 nipuo (
ea • 'antsnereabouts
are Pretending tolnplofe ilia - existence of
party atrife. Well, gentlemen, last year,
you repudiated a Union niovement, - and,
can only blame your liigotdd sitives. We
`tbinkthar rinpending i defbat .- :otily makes
you regret.that • Charley Denison iti'after
your party man Grroych.for 41 , ,tq.iriform
and-radical party piosbription practiced
Imoltbsktud b. totlria lkottr,movo thatlour
reets are Wrihig - from you "Ve . idlise of
your fears of party overthrow.
Mit t reFiefdd MAiiiitte . petifins of
li4Kker Pa.; "recently hormht — k !mit.
qiiantitx of ;844 and'aity,it.tothe...iiihel
army, which : is not fu from that place, in
Maryla!id: ThelraitorSatho - didisoahohld
beinntkr an, example 4:6.theitilfest° el
tent of the lawagainst treniOn. 'Wet f tisi
linivirei therefort_ts false. .
General PhelitS `.'re;
fused to fight, beaanse ordered to make
.4trahands.,woik r ho has teft the army of
his.Orn accord, mid his place basbeenfill:
ed' by . aVting General—T. W. Slier:
Geri.; H unter , %Ito has Ittnused himself,
and., footed , away considerable pyeeious
time and money; tending' and 'trying it;
tetieli-Weolored - school Pert `Roysli has
beed impeirsededhy flen.'llitehell, who, it
ia kopf4 nod believed, will attend to,pot-
Ong dowri the rebellion. Thin , expires the
last of.the trio of negrolschemint, gener
als. We hope the President ha's seen en
•ougli Of such e;cperiinelitt, and , will in,ln;
tore keep`. none but fighting generals in
command. It is said that Hunter admits
that he has changed his mind in ielation
wiiheiitility of iris late'senseless !abet's:
far Fremont and' his peculiar friends,
have been 'tiling - to get autboriti to raise
.Wspticial army of, pp,Ogo.tneti in N. York,
for. the patbander, to command. The Sec
retary of War and molit-of
Journals baring repudiated tlie l seimme,
it will probably fail. The move is doubtless
.designed to be the, first step towards an
abolition rebellion, or at least an interfer
encelAith the Goyernment.
' - gar.Don't• forget. to look at the West
ern Mammoth Pond Lily, whitili still- be
on ett i hkiiition at the Fair, in the Ladies'.
'Daily, and startling reports are
niade of rebeFraidic into or - towards the
borders of Pennsylvania _and :
. The enrollment for thecuunty.has beeri
.eompleted,'aud Mr. Jessup bai,furnished
us with a statement showinif thB whole
number enrolled, and the Miniher of vol.
unteers.heretofore from each township, as
Enrolled. In service. Yet required
Apolaeoh, " 91 16 -. 14
Auburn, 401 56" • 77
Ararat, 93 11 20
Bridgewater,- " -346 62 50
Brooklyn, 246 50, _ 22
Choconut, 121 6 -
Clifford,. • 294 - 43 55
Dimoek, 238 47- 32 _
Duudatr,boro,. 54 13 5
Friendsville boro, 51 7= 4 17 00
Franklin,-122 l5 25
Forest ake; 198 19 47
Gibson . 299 • 43;., ,57
Get .BZnil bOrai 129 20, • '423 0
Great Bdn'd tp. .258 70 ' . : cl6
Herrick,- . /76 .- 22
Iltrford, 256 3l 54
Harmony, . 241 53 • - 27
Jessup,,, . • 192 - .50 14
Lenoi, . : 316 34 71
Jackton, 225 .63 • 12'
" l op, • 171
Little Meadows, 29
Montrose, , 286
.boro,, 86 .
N. Milford tp., 272
Oakland; • 1 . 15
Silver-Lake; , 177
The number "yet required" from-each
town is-only estimated, and may differ
slightly from above figures,
No reference to old regiments was had
"The Snag's county Teachers' - Assaci-.
ation," at its last meeting, adjourned to
meet:again in. the School-room of Cush
timov: in the ..village of Great -Bend,
Thursday and Friday, Sept. 18th and - 19th."
kalso voted that a programme Of exereis
ekshould be published at, least foni-weeks
before the ti .of meeting. The publish
ing, of said programme was left to-the Sec
retary, Mr.-LI. F. Beardsley, whd hai left
- the county as a volunteer_in the army,'
and consequently it - has not been attend;
ed to.. not all the :teachers im the
county (don't wait to be drafted,) volun
teer to aid to adopting measures to sup
press the rebellion; . of. ignorance in our
midst, even if onr government should tail
for a long time to come to suppress the
rebellion..down in "Dixie."
- .Pleatielie on band early-the first day to
assist in arranging an order of exercises;
and'also to make the meeting both useful
and interesting: •A. N..80u,An0,:
OVER F. B. CHAXDIER'S STORE.
The .only way to escape a draft i
thia_State l ia to enlist at once. - •
tar Those who enlist in old regim , nts
will be discharged 'With the regim dt, in
about 18 months, and receive in. ounty,
Government, and township born es, from
• AlgPrlv is some weeks sioee Mr. HOW
LAND, a prominent Messadhusetts Aboliti—
onist published alettpridwhieh lje deelar
etj• that . •kkLoyally to his Governnome, it
!ream to 4ti04. 1 ! not yet bCen ar.
EOM . TANT , . ORDERS FROM (3011 ; ,
i:- 1 CURTIN.
-Harbiburg Sept 10.—The' following
important orders have just been made.:
.GENERAL OILDEIT: NO. 35.
In vieiv of ,the danger of invasion . now
our Stale. .by the enemies of ,
the . Goerninent., it is deemed neceiAary
to call kin all able : boadied men' of Pernisyl.
vania toEorganize immediately for the de
fence.or ihe State, and be ready for march
ing order uponone hour's notice, to "pro;
ceed tA2. such points of rendezvous as the
Govern* may desire. '
'zit is 'Oitiered; lst,'That `coinfiany organ.
zation made in accordanc6 with the
nunibeilereqiiired under the law . Of-the U.
2444 the call )nay be snhiM, it- is de
iiiatilelthat the officers and members of
each company proVide -. themselves with
tho,beStl arms. they'eati secure, with AG
leitist 6d irounds-of amrouhition. •••
4 . I3NERAL •ORDER, NO 36.
. 'Harrisburg, Sept. -11.—By authority Of
( I ,
the Pres dent of the United States, iifti
thotistiki of tfiefreetnen:of •Pennsylvarns -
are liOe y calledier:imrnediate service to
repel- thb now imminent danger tronvin
vasion 4 the enemies of tie .country.
. command of company organs
izatienklns authorized 'by GeinTral Order,.
No, 35 1 ; klated Sipt..loth, will at once're
jsorr-bYdelegraph the place of their headl
quarterSi for yranspOrtion to Rarristurg. .
forsnclileonmanies a may be ordered toe.
move. Further calls wilt he made for ad
tional forces as the exigencies of the ser
vice mai require.. The formation of Com
patties C tinder the General Order'. of Sept.
10, shoiddecintinueto be mane as rapidly
-asfißfitOlyte, until - all the-able-bodied, loyat
tniniti4f!ininsylvania are_enrolled.and rea-• .
dy . fut . -
. ki•vice. • :, • ,
• By ,‘ nrder of A. G.Curtin, Governor and
coming:AO-in-chief. - .. -
• , .A. L. RUSSELL,
~ - - •,'
Special ! Tnstructiotis Relative to the
. Draft, .
Thpliplowing,eircular NVis to any ' 'ad
.1..0 the different' Military Oonimis
sionerti, 4i the. St
• • I, r EYECefIVE CIIAMBEiIi, . ,t '
t I . 4iffisburg, Sept, ES, 18.62.
To.-- . , ,Commissioner fur--County, I
Stu f÷You will herewith receive a copy
of„Geneiml - Ordei:s No. 121, i, ,, lfecl by die
Way I)partinept, giving partieular in-
structiimi as to the care and to:ganization .
oflrraftPd men orof volunteers received
itijieullor - drafted men. You will examine
the orders carefully -and carry • but their
directilms faithfully. .
•,, • . _
The 4nm:o - or pi:lr (!ountr( - to--till., the
sev,era 1 fequisitions inaile•upon.,thiA SL3t4l . -
bthOTar Do.partinent is men. -:
'• — •Akioirrio.; , :ilF.N'T OF TUJt QuOTAs.
You; will apportion this • quota -. to the
different townships , boronglis and wards'
it your etnintv, m accord:uice with the
erirolltnimt made by the slnnh:ll , , of Toro
anhjeet to military duty. It will not ho
madeNowever, untilitive appeals are held
and tbeiclairus to exemption are decided,
as it cllnnot he justly . apportioned until
the exact number. of men actnally subject
ite duty in each district is ascer
. : OREDEr POR MEN IN ;S.ERVICR.
When the proper proportion- of each
sub.diVision orthe county ij deter - rniMA,'
in-ilccoidaflce with the Men aecuaily - ' su b..
ject duty,, you will ascertain -
front the eTaollinent, the minTher of men -
each district has no'w iii the service,. and
credit.,it-therewith on its quota. - In'-ibis
credit Men enlisted in the regular army,
in thelmayine service, blacismiths,bridgi:
buildeN eArlienter4 telinster. clerk tc
and .men enlisted. ill regiments or corliTa-:'
ides organized under : the laws of s.t t...r
State, tire not - to be_embraetd. You v. iii
credit: only for men-enlisted in the volun
teer regiments and companies and recog
nized !and cemmiSsioned by the Governor
of thiii State. '
.Yon wilt 41scy obscr . ve. carefully to
guar4dgainst the same, Well beituz.credii
ed in two districts. In some instances,
young men Whose parents reside in ono
diStrieOlave tiewilaboring. or temporarily
residing: in another,_ and there enlisted :-
mid thdy nity be credited 'on tlu.t. email
meat ittboth. Wlien you'detect•any suCh
case,,gwe the credit the' district where.-
the'serion, - ,enlisting was pursuing his 6w
rut capilig Or' residing at the titre: he en
liitedoVitlinut regard to the residence of
his p4rents. •
• I striirixs or :9r:in/Ls.
Ii any district iir your county have fur
nished.Morestliln their quota,_ you w;11
.ascertain the, aimregate- of.such eicess
snit apportion it as a i;,reilit.to the Other .
district q in the county, in accordance with
the , „
If any companies or squads of nien in
yours ttpty have been mustered into the
servieelerthe United States since - Ahe en
rollment. Was made;-Pou will, -if possible,.
procure collies of the rolls of such • compa
nieS.cir ;squads, and credit them to the
proper, districts in Which the men . re
• Although the Orders of the - War de.
part n ;ent require. the enroilmetit of all
men between the ages of : eighteen and
forty-fire Y,"ear, the - militia lawS of this
State.et ( xempt froM military duty all per:.
sons Under twenty-one years; You will •
theitfore, ' when ' holding' appeals, erase
from I.liti list all persons who establish th
.fact, ili your satitdliction, that 'they -. a
underl , v . enty-oile years. , You cane In- •
ine..such 'persons under oath wit you
are notkotherwise satisfied., . •
• i•i NOTICE By LIAND:BILI . •• -
You iivill at once give notice •by hand,
bills, tliat . on the 15th day .of September : •
you Will proceed to draft for each i district .
the niunter of men i_necssary to fill - its .
quOtti,.;unleSs the__'strict- furnishes'the
men as tm ,
ivolteers i or before_ that day, -
. ),.f 5l
State.in3.onr handbills distinctly; that
eaclrdi,stric.Cc. 6 offer ..volunteers to fill -
its quota - .one day the draft is to be
made; end' ms obviate the. draft.'. Such
1 volunteer may be - offered :you at. any,
time,lbit you are not authorized to subsist
them!' til the day fixed for the draft.. I
FIVE DAYS GRACE.
, °Willett find it impossible to make tl.e --
raft. on the 15th of Sejitentber,•Aiou will,
notify the Governer by: mail or telegraph,
as nruiyibe neeezisary i ald name the earliest
day a which it call be made. , Upon s*
isfactory assurrMee that due dilliffence
will not enable you. to make the draft on
that day, the time will Ate extended; but "
the extension WillMo(exceed live days.,,
Por special inst'ructiens , :is to how yoti ,
will proceed - to makti. thit draft you hre
referred to General Order N 0.99, of the
Warllepartment, already" furnished you.",
You will huve . l,rinted as many -copies
pfthefollowin tiotice as you believe mss