The Argus and radical. (Beaver, Pa.) 1873-1903, October 15, 1873, Image 5

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    Elll2l
—Nothing seems to "pay" these 4tnesi
hereabouts, Unless' ire except our county
f a ir. That, brought, in cash: both " it'll..
, and plenty.
John-C Christy, Esq.; ofßac.coOn town
ship,haij II 8 VddlAriirr PrillMrpliiir4nd
Washington City: _`Se reports both of
-them as thrifty villages(:and . ,reprelents
t hem as having slights '*orth . 16olitniak.
.....
—The Miss Delia Collins whose mar•
r iage was announced' in` last ilea'acl's-is
ers AND RADICAL, MIN 110 t As stated, !the
daughter of the lafelAtinfrolrina;: esq.,
1 1 4
formerly oflialacerntyc i.,, , .r I . 3 ; _
-94 the ip t iatl= re it !had
!nog' flelightfid 4 ' *.
, If' ' ellen'
have not got their potatoes dug, and corn
in the shock or "topped," they have not
ma de viite, of ttieif oprticip Mei; We are
Gear on dila." '
—squirrels are said to be very plenty
in the wrire the'llehilpf:of 1:10;ooka
town. Sarni off 'hi:enters' went tiowtt
:here a week or so ago and returned with
ii*nt as many squirrels; as they, could
_Braver county standi third In the list
the wool producing counties in
,the
c ta te. Washington county taking the
.eLd with 1,872,752 pounds, Greene :fol.
:owing with 444 1 489 ix)14 2 4: 4 . 94! PaaVer
ttllrd with" 421,905 pounds
Mt. Charles E. Johnston, a fotmerres
,dent of thiß• place, has moved_ to St.
Augustine, Florida, where he intends
g rowing orange/01nd other fine fruits
adapted to that climate. Success attend
his efforts. .
—lf any of oar readers wish :to know
where "Brady's Leap" occurred, and
when, they can ascertain tbelacts by ref
erence to atiOther - page-in ili t erAftaus
R-IDICAL. Judge ?Tampion ) of Pitts
burgh, tells the story.
—Persons knowing _theniselires indebt
ed to-either theArgua or the Radical, or
lo both, on stibscrintion, are earnestly
requested to call atthis office and settle
up until Septeinber 10, 18 73. at least.'''. We
want' the, old boiikii,Tall cloud
as ; possible.
until
:bat date with as little delay sii-Posisible.
—lt is said that Beaver county has an
alive men:ll3(T vf -onft -4tikkun r prttledox
churches *lid - tonetincW'ireecirrk.
mendedAtteChriptiamkeligion to a neigh
bor' on the ground - that he had been a
(lurch member him'aelf "for fifteen
years and it hadn't cost Mtn hat - IR
emits."
—Oregon W iieott, a . son of the late Dr.
R. A. Wilson orPittiAnargh; died in Cali
fornia a oonple of
,weeisa—ago. :The l , de
ceased- was-an artist. of . .41he r6pntstion.
His father, we beliey4,: . was a native of
Ibis conoty;aiid atudant* , one time In
tine of tif* ; late. Dr, Brno kdatris !of
Beaver::
We ror woolered-'woman:lifillcis
ver wdo znatutfill}:4-40.8e1f and child
. by
washink, - and 'vide $lO per month, regu
larly into `one of our bpbk e besides, lieu
example ought 'te.i„be - I,gillowed.,by. pater
colored paopla hereabouts,: and: thcae
'On are vcii9red might 114 ; as she, ; is
sing with no. detriment at' t 0; ttko l -
selves antl
—§ornebOdt has discoverett_down . 4n
Maine, among thei f Elbakera at, /tt . frctli-Atn,
old lady nnand =ploy Cangdon Nowell;
who a*',alli;;*aii 69 * 0 1 0 111 :04- 4 : 1
haY, iniiii luiwkaiiittovey been in` , a
railroad oar, iinefily in Adeltatiettiaiiitii;"
and it is proposed, to send her, in a Pull-,
man cari;SlSitildl Ritilvw *abide 1-i
Oda on the oeoasiiia of the; centennial
of4ebrstPtit IT. 11 :1 1- -- : 'I ,ri t..;
—The welOittorn:Ory goo#s ho,uaik of
licElroy, pieltioa - & Co. of Pittaburgh,
has, beoome - involved fininnially, ' t rio
partners ink their.i;reciltsirs . ' stocepiam •
adjustment or ,their alibis.r.": 14e/34-
ti f,
roy, the senior . member of t e firm, is
well known, penionally, to many• cif oar
Bearer people, and his financial ' embar
rassment elicits much sympathy in his
behalf. . ,
—Mr. Wm. H. Reed . , - a Weil 2 knOvili for
mer citizen_ of this county, bat now of
Indisnapolit, Ind:, is at bretierit paying
a visit to his friendi anVelatives or this
uonnty, notwithstanding . the fact, that
Mr. R. bee been in Indianapolis but a
few years, he is now one of the leading
manufacturers and merchants of that
thriving city; and the bulkiness tact end
energy tor which Mr. R. has alwaribeen
tnown justly entitles him to the -success
with which he is meeting in his western
Lowe.
—At the _State Fair held lui,Erie week
before last a purse 0f.17, 4 waa raised for a
root race. The eutilei wet. "three In
dians, one darkey, two white- l operti: and an
l
Irishman." The Indlanaad on regular
costumes; the other, took off -wets end
nett At the tap of the bell they started.
tut at the drat. tunrthe.-Irkstunazi: trip?
Ped and, pulled down • tha rap ; next
ahead, and the two Tolled over and over
but atartedigain, when, be repeated the
doses putting:both cut of ihe race. One
by one the rtinAlera dropped . 0113 - and at
the first half mile Only the three • Indiana
were running; The best if theha f OW':
tiro Jack" "Fistfoot,'' changed
Neese once or awioe, and: &nide a aplen- .
d id rate up the home-stretch. "Captain
J am " whining the 417 in 6x.
7 •
Good Prints a}, s, 9 and W "IS* 4111 47.
Z. %bar es
ugatir‘t
les can E
save from ‘ik., *v-ciffifimi
uYiug your Bonds JET.Sltriaiy,
who was In the Zastduring the ilia 111 4 31 3,
1 7 Pink, and who - buying for Ot‘b
14)eured all his goods at prides warranted,
143 aatialy ell who Mai give lira `.
oetB4t
s etwmis—Brsioe & grierly, ZO4-
%1 in Hardware, Stoves P,
Gluts slain_ street. Beaver Falls; Ps.
Builder's Hardware a speciality. .1 1 0kiiil
White Lime, Plaster Paris and Cement.
Mep Wood and Iron pumps of the most
Improved patterns always in stock. -
octB-3t.
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- Beaver ClieUeteloo 31taileitl - ilia
"-litirttitie. .
comparatively few are aware pf_lise
magiiitkihreititt billaty of :thetziw build-
Inti itiee i3Vellikkr,:6l' this lostitutiort, its
complete appiiihtMents - Tor' eaudationsl
pu cpsr" AO vitivikia wiott-., fisqktitleS 'for
. 1111patttritithoOtillit f il instruction and home
eoustorta to: liapiii: ,
' Tbo' . ititisinced
'views and denranda of the sige,;reivire,
4 1 iibe0.*IA*g; 'iiioh 4 ! --. lluntern
Iwurea In college strultniee,4o,freln l the.
youttrotorttgied::- 'Ltght, , vtiontilitieniind
'. l63 !;l l s. l .* : iltifttif I # l okri)4.**iirlii VAC
otimforti t tocK-sitissix*nielemilts
1 in praetorian theelaimifofimineti r igtipn.
1 jarth t eselieliiiiiiii2.l4iviiie:::o4lool - had
)24fitakisa1 Instinte ispreeminink. endure
! , -
fin.itt. l .44 l Ktic - 0 14- " i •
-'For a score of:yeers this ineiatutiois has ,
been an—aduostiousl Center- ofi-loterest.
'Well limited , trona - the first,: suit,' - Ifith
good, substantial buildings,.it heaateedi
ly grown up from feeblehees - to its Imes-
ent greatnese. • In early yearcite threts,
to retain being, only ; served to develop
its present vigor and healthy condition.
The honored head of theinstitution for so
many years, and hiaaocompliiihed wife,
were long engaged . ' in this .stitiggli 'for
the mastery, and now they can well'efford
to feel some pride at Its presentitandthg,
in'the 'bright galaxy of educational ipi_ti
. Lotions In this country. Itsispidgrowth,
ana demands for li:imaged flicilitieli;for
several years, made idditioiial l s buildings
necessary, and finally led to the erection
of the .new Striletare just oPehed t 4 the
public.'
A m ere 4iitllhe of Its proportions and
excellencies, is all that is possiblenoir to
give some idea of ita superior elaitnajor
imparting inc education equal to otlierin
iititutlons before the public= The struct
ure stands upon the eleviited platten, or
le stritthingaieiig' the entire 4 ?far
part of the staid and 'high-toned town of
Beaver, in a grove coniPlioing five vow'
affording ample room for physical exer
cise °Ter its extensive walks, -,grluisy
lawns, etc. A portion of the building is
five stories high. The style of the archi
tecture is a happy combination or the
English, Noringuidy , The I
fall frontage's 180 and depth 75 feet. - the
form of the pilaster* op the brick war of
the front, is tasteful and Imposing: 'The
-cost-a buiiditiggimd: grounds Is estima-
ted atm% enty-ftvethousiuiddellars. The
elegant new fence, in • course of erection,
show the wholeto admirable tiled., lOn
the dining-hall,eighty feet. long, up
on the basement floor, the appointments
are of the most Modern "kind, for eet44ng
,and preparing the table comforts. Attadli
ed to this -department. Provialoo IEOIIBO
made for heating theentire buildiag,with
washiilg facilities, end for fornishlng,hot
and Cold 4tapt, to the boarders' z4otile.
ItoOU3.B,foithis - nonagon of elassee_are SO
arranged es to givee - method to the
out 4
4eßaTt..i. l ? 2 _ 4 4,
.44001
km, with !yr
114nte•and ether equipments.oftlie‘most
and`, approved "kind. There
well find )K4ll
6 44 1 ,40-/11 51 *._ A l 4l_ Z 9 r
congregating all of the; pupils for general
.relakansdsO.depetident r•ofdthir, - ,heantipl
hill prr pubile peOrryiptitir' l Paplicip,4B
rcaiinit are prOvided
for_.theZatitneVof ;Mlring:4 ream
21, Aft oin* •AnT awn-
Wks
.1 1 4 1 4.4 11 4 Ag PA4ll4.Ferinatlincest &
eebcfniniedat e e Ore hundred
ts# l kit• file elegant: etilni,idilatiCirli
ra,eliow ne ei :memo?
Wax*, of departed Worth; 1124 'r00 Ii
- . beim - 001)y the baatting 16411 e 'ilia
roomy, mealy furnished, 11 0 virall hei A ild
incold weather, auto arranged • se to
give a cheerful appearanee and' healthy
the ; building. and
furnit are (pais:isle; that no expense boa
been spared IA makelh'e obl ege re
in - all its equipments. A comfortable
building has also been provided on -the
grounds of the President for the male
students, who ire immediately under his
personal supervision.
Tbe Board of Trustees have been man
aging their trust well, aud have author
ized President, Taylor,till the officers of
the Board, to devise life things. Jus
tice Agnew, of the Supreme Court, Prop
dent of the Board, has loug been a de
voted friend of the College, and the Vice-
President, Rev. John F. Drava, has given
considerable supervision to the late im
provements, and also gave thousand
Dollars towards the new uildingst just
erected. Secretary Weyand and Treasu
rer McCreeryi also deserve honorable
mention ? Hon. M. S. Quay, Secretary of
the Commonwealth, and resident of Bea
ver,„has been elected a trustee to fill a vik
csineyi •
With the opening of the new College
year, the Faculty halt been enlarged and
enotnecei fourteen • persons. President
Toylor,ccnnection with the exacting
duties<ii the general diieotion of the Col
let-Elite' Professor of _Moral Philosophy
arid - iffeek". -- .rof.,Joitannessen, recently
placed in cliiirgitbr the MusicalDepart
went) is eorwegieu by birth, and has
resided twel v e:-years in Franc% He4a
din aocompliofieti and skilful musician.
His wife."' 'native of, France. will teach`
French. Prof. 6160. W. L'oomis, teachet
of Latin. is efiritschohr. theson of Pres
ident,LeothieorlglegWny College.. Misis
Magee, the Preoeptress, teacherof Mental
Scienfteluad dirinaii; has adorned her po
sition for six years. Mrs. Dr. Taylor, in
thargworgsti*Vniuo and Vocal Music,
is poseoolol of rare culture as a teacher
and bra ithperb singer. Two assistants
arkenlployed hi the musical department;
and fourteen pianos, including one grand
dhickering„ lad a,suJirior pipe organ,
Oriplilso In use. Among the new teachers
we name, Mrs. aarlbiart, teacher of paint- /
ing and drawing, a •superlor artist and I
forsome tirneifiesident of Philadelphia:
We note with pleasureitt this connection,
that Mrs. Thomas, the ,wife or the late
lamented Rev. A. H. thOrnas, is the tut • ;
ron, a position she will well adorn.
T;744 .- --,;li .ll'acar s jo t yl ii ii?,•aznalivir. 44.N.(1441.
, ; (IzA , :;:trj ORA, :BUT
I . • f rle OPliffre. Year, ,opeß4:- . .iineipibtorisly,
tate - aitendancie being much !um #tan
• ever before, withprospects of meormore
.I.students. . Pirents- and guardians!' who
intend_to send, their children-, nr- , , ,,ardp,
:will di., well to '4l're thew enter closstls
ortee.—Adrooate.
Free- of Cle arge. —O4l at Ingo Mitil*stit 9l,
Beaver Drig'Store, Beaver, II 4 it :and 4 'te t te&
'bo" We of Dr. A. Boeuee" German Sy9ips 714
Marge. It hap lately.. beet . ) ,thls
cronntry;front Genieiny. inciter lug Ourettnlug
ferthg with tutiv ? ere Cough: :beavi cold fettled an
tbe_ brew. cortptini*iik . or d efse._oi L tlee •
throat and I tingle it bait so , contu9 in; tie'
regular alms betties ' S Celita.t It' ttitioitil . Abling
will be promptly returned i t perfect' aatiff . ,ctlan
id not glycp. Two sione, will eellive Aux (ewe.
Try it. •
• •
"Si Allen Lad Vatemet
elldes.—A patent- inside printed
in, Clbia, ttielitnoyrtur Poruin,' hes (One
to grief on account of its insides . Ar4nr'
readers may :know, one of
,the consols
lions of rural journalism is to bast an
inside paper printed in :Mhioago and sent
to it. The Bucyrus Forum has *lir:aye
been one of the straight7laco, never-sly.
die, roaring Damoerailo niiiepapers, and .
is a staunch supporter of Afien, the Dem
ocratic candidate for Governor. in
Imagine the. consternation and ,cnnee,
therefore, of the faithf!il in .lincyrns, and
thereabouts to read in the. - patent inside
bust week the following paragraph :
"The great antiquity of Bill Allen is
beyond question,' as AtOmer. speaks of
him under the aUas of lEitentor.r." 'After
Noyes takes some of the wind o..tt of Wm,
it is said he wilt be offered a, situation to
act as a fog-horn on the Rhode Island
coast." • ,
- The editor-tried to make• an apology
and explain patent insides, bat thecoun
trymen don't understand patent iihsVes,
and won't.. Alf they titi:detstind it that
the above paragraph woi;Pi 00 Bucyrus
Forum, and *Oahe Bus:Trim" :Forum is
reccommending Bill Alien fors fog-horn
on the picayunish c o ast of Rhode
They, won't Ile comforted. • The:Forum is
ilifuskslider, a traitor,4 Black . titepublie
en and they are abivaimitig the Bucyrus
:Florum "tai its fate,. Certain: ithatit will
come to some Ignciniit*MX end. . It's a
warning: ,to : otber 'rand -joaFaelii, 'to be
careful what sort 4:4 68 e1 they te. into
their indsides.--Chicago Tribune..,, --:
Receiving every day by ex proprironi
the east to be sold , helow Pittabtirgh
,pr,ioce... Lap robes, horse.blM4klitfihOlti"
1 1 50 -to 20,
_Ain*? Pads' - (01. `• sore
tkec4 2, . wood ocuo*:Hazzard I, l l o l l ev, and
everything in my , that you Can- ask
tor-rhave. save morrylreall
ug and getting those goods here:l4 40
per °cot Jeire than:l*i gabs,the coun
ty. All iv'so44,fe'd
the .finest workmen frOix‘ 4 1) .. 4 : 4 0;4 1 iLeeP
noomintry botehes. I' de NO Xlo.ztaiß4
' Sheri lkorlia•la t r al. Pald9 11 •1
Well. that's inglilent. WU! Hea lth
1134 t ir oA l l s i c GRidenORI&RPOME.aiRaNbalt 4 1 7
'coat amen WelliirNityr-hrol*Pirr;::.Agifti
are they not worth the !env!! ;. 0 life and health
were of no value ityrilitht bolirAn 1 41 sow
the alla ficß 2 141. 1 . ft I'W OFF , " 11 1 . /P AK"
OU talti.Wfste of ti.aA= O lAtill iItPaPP
—.10 11 .1113 lE,4 0 1! - P 1 , 114 ! RP 04 1 4 4 ). x. !
intents Is 'hardly worth poseemle s pwbetrmtverr
etewirlf:WorATF" OA Angcbitek 7" a
DOS. )4017e teitlWkribAWF, ll 4; .U! . ft, fodt—
treaacencwheetireet otttiot enencibeAtlieis
wavy goes *rose. f 'AC.tatile•otrilif eteth woitld
pat it to tights. bat ifteitiotilml)irgentiphrt *Ma,
ally beoosseelthithihidis lieisithiltatt Cart
la the meat Malaise Ser ihe leap ili the , *taw
tedi: • Thelikilifilaketie tarithitialikflikgrealto,
the human eysteraVand*bietheylWiiialth Sin
etartireire In ' tillittoPtspetri Wti Mies.
tad blootitielf Iltibiltitpar4lose4y
Dr. !kaisers Lug . Care. The ' eitteW ittCaet to
fall 4 vested ta' Dr. Dlaielthtion of
Chronic Means, tole bed anal. oc 201' M
arty Ittniet, Plttahirgh. ailiy mall. *Ott
tfii, or rf.so per hag denten:,
Palest Zinc .ooliar Pad /41,44.4 i MO-
Donald's.
'Patronage TIM& *isys:,-;-Tbstwaoble...li
stitution. the Public Library of Senthcliy;tme Tier
minently established its prelipitity) by . the WA*
gift concerts it has already given under its char
ter. it now boasts of * buildlog that cost $210,d00
with a library of over 50.000 volumes, arid'* iiiig
nificient cabinet. The fourth viand' giferempaert
for its further endowment will tie plate Decem
ber sd, and at this concert $1,1500.000 . cub is dis
tributed to the ticket holders, thi bighest ting l e
being $250,000, and scaligg down to Prizes orss9.
:r \ %
which is the: smallest su ' ven As there- is '/2
prize to every fifth ticket, it is easy to lee, thet
the patronage of this conce rt • vi , tropus. 'lot
pays, there being great e.hances\ff great ititiB ) lo.
only amp! !fiances °lsmail leizardti r ,..oo9. Th'nnista
S Bramlette, late Governor alKintnoki;l4,lhe
manager, and tickets and lutomuiiioli*lsir be etl
tained by addressing him at Pitt* Liiirlig $441-
lug. Louisville, .li. • ,: :. •'..,
Ky.
A - Comma'' , lowa of the leading - 1r
taring places has exiled forth: the follow
ing from some gifted writer who.chOoSeli
to remain ineog: : • . VI
Long Much for Dreasare, ,
Cape Nay for fin,. •
Saratoga for flirting.
Coneylsland for nun. . : ;
Bound Labs for religion.
Sharon for bealtb, , •
Fire bland for bathing ' .
And Newport for wealth- . •
41 . 1Luteflaw Article Illaperued•4l.—Aesplifieft
with the; earlier recollections of a 'great man? 4fp
and women Is the memory oP the bath brick and
emery stone wherewith the knives and forks, , and
pans and kettles and other kltcben articles . were a
stated times "scouted up." .That primitive inoais
prevails today lb. thousands of, families who have
never need 13apcdlo. Bat Vince set 1300110' tie iiskt
for this purpose and that trodsewilb never wants
bath brick or emery stone any awe. 13spolto tb
only scoursolfall fast and tareish,: +it brightens,
bestows a polish u brilliant as now, arid doe 4 it
In one-tenth the time Liked by ; Stly othei sub
stance. Sold everywhere. ilOnsekeepers, try It.
A Tram Without
of the most petfect appliances ever in
ented for the retention and cure of rup
ture, may be . . secured from the fol.:
lowing apdthecariee of Beaver county
after the 15tti of October, vim Mr. Levi
ter B. Noble of Beaver Falls, Chas. P.
Brobeck, Rochester, Pa., and Hugo An
,
driessen. of Beaver, Pa. Ask for the
Jones ventilatel springless truss and
abdominal supporter. octls-tin
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• the Twentieth Annual Exbitki
nos or the Beaver County Agri!:
0 1 11111 4 1111 6 ar let', 4 / I.4elia MIR tip ,
"231.11 Cent *Oh, isifdra ' 4 ' 4 " ;‘;'-
CLASS I— HORSES—Heavy. Drag b;..'
Best stallionoy,A 4 Todd do Ewing $1; ; ;
2d do do . 3yrs Sam'l Patterson 7AO
do do, _ 2yra Jos CMa • 400
41) , T Aitra •
.2 00
• d 6 -L If e.
do brood mare with volt Jilt Hardy 6 PQ...
' 2 d1. 2 4) ' s ik36 :dr ( ?,Wm AWII4MYQ* 00
d o
Mare 4yra James Hardy 1 400
2d do do Todd 3 00 2
do gelding 4yrs T. J. Barclay . 400. •
f 2d,do do p. 2 rotin Amt L if j 00.
do do Bpi Also Hunter 300
2d do / do Sahli . 2titilrews 2.00
do do lyr J P Ewing 200 '
Rio heayi, dt*ugkt .#qrs!ls , , or., MVO"
Staiuel Walton - * " ..'8 00
2d do d 0... cif*W w4nip f kri e, 00
CLASS 2-'-HORS . Ef3—Light Draught.
Best sralliiiiiCyla BTilohnston. $lO Od
2d do du do W J McGeorge 70&
dO de. — 2yis din BJ. Caldwell 3 00 .
. do:Dutre 4 yrs John A Johnson -4 CO
2d do do do Walter S Hunter 300.
-do , ; da yrs AL Reno. - 3 00 .
do gelding 4yrs Samuel Mitchell 4 00,
2d :do d6w H' Esiing - • 300
do
. t oarsiage iho r rses or , marasdrseph . m ares -
800 •
CLASS 3-1710R53 :7411009 :4‘
Bestatillion Syr's' Alfred fr'wl4 $l5
. •-;do. '.do- • 2.y is A L Reno:, 5 00
do do l_yr 600 Wm, J '3 00
do brood ?dare. 9 e91;
1t*,16: e, „1„ • op:
f h s'()° '
do i* : 4 Jag- - _b 3 00
CLASS NO; .4—CATTLE.
Bef d tlimks ati at 44 4 ct il y y nej r,.w A uk
g lo 6
woo
do, go l / 2 44 ‘ . 4 p,
dodo •dii`tior O
200,
do ;‘,.. &It yiitiklidk , Takidlo-00
2d do do do 3 pit J Armstrong 5 I
-Beat' do -, r• do 27re A, J-MaTitt ; 1 1
2d do do do 2 yrs Nick Todd 400
Best do .4? r ,l . ,..& T mstron g 400
do do heifer calf J Armstrong 200
CLASS. / 4 ,1 . f?;. ) 5 7 0 ,!frfilP? '
, A. ',,Prezili24 p l ots
j it - dAier - B`b4
Beet 8 do lambs J A Flemiqgl9o
ic7S del t
itti
o
Best otewoi ewes J Armstrong sye
do 8 do lambs J Armstrong 3 - 00'
2d do $ -• Nick Todd 2(4
13estlialeester bncie
_,. Nick Todd 600
TH:i4CIAMiFIC , III-4AVIRti-
Best (heater boom. white J S hisiißride 6 QO
•redo do twi c ii additigit.J4lrmstrong 600,
do bog of improved breed S Snitger 6 00
24,4ki!1 , -; do , Salt V.06*3'00
_ __czAsszcsa.Pouvrity."'' _
Bot'S ralso aPanbai(o4lfirkePsj:Mailei
le Bitexiktue )irioo
: r !
Vat - possottikk.; 2.60
Beat ...Igen' 1 . 43ne persort
Beanp ,;14: 4 LU'Ai .1.:/415
minufacturmi
Best Made overcoat 8 dt3 SnelOnbarg 3 0(
de do dreiis isstr - do dip.'
-o#l..;l474lo#l l l:olleiSrikt ~AIII4P Allioo l o4 0 4
i r tg ri tz: eer27 .
.11 31 1 f ig l . -9 ilia r
saran 1. odei , 4lithil istatteb A di si e
do rag . ' firsT Yiao;43 fog
do had Johni
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, :g44#4l 9 .riiiKltlW44. IFIcTIPA•4I '
i644tOdeml4irddratt3fillPireigavli7i4l 00
21 do .4 - del).:airiSTAThafelnitti : 50,
do dahlhmilliefielthei 1 00,
Sd do, ;.04);1-MriLli.C....21/440104..
do Fjoi t clgas,244e,L.,(3,Afaluo,e,. 1 00
do veil tif l ittfitSsiviii 'Lida bravo 1 00
Oddo-lizaffoseptilne,Dar„ragh; :.,-11456 1
, do , llafhaftidtot4net - I..Pliwock . l l l 00
2d do do dd do _ iJ,ofpilny,4ovo 40
• do round do do i Ltda Dravo , 100
2d do:: 1 ide• 41; d 44 . 1 1 - Ying3eli r 50
do verbenas, ykys.k. Aire Seel Tay
-• 2 . 0 6
O? • 'di," lifts L 63mi:die 1 - do
do-dOlmny Dravo 100
do phlox do Mrs J. Agfylone:t4
2ddo do do Lida Dravo
do geranniimis'ai:-Sfrilire Malone 1 00i
2ddo do do .I.9bunz • Dravo 60
stA
'do t Sdaepiihie)iikr
ragh 1 00
do vargrecifigiodeli:plants ;Mrs L C
lone 200
do lot of iteicie; l 4L'eini 'Vat C
t. 7 *RIM' I . 1 i 100
j CLASS 10—Fruits,
14t - &largtrii O L Ollectlo!i‘Oi' applee to one
74, ,:laisghter .10.
*ow . 4.1. 1 2.AZA,
do var tall apples, 3 each Isaac Mor- •
; gan 100
o B e l t rcia k k) ( < 4l r
var winter pples 3 'each John
Slaughter -L:3 : 7:: 1 00
41 ° :l i fft la ti l -T ) r i i g! e ,, „I - - _,..-.: : •- SO
.; do itdot gieittidtvar de .apPiea' . Worthy
rolleetithillile'll"pdalmenii - iif 'eachViith
iae nameAhrt#l4l4ohoNadighter 200
do George Hattie i 00
:Abr. Irani( +Ulf: Plata LI esiiiiii Ming;
1 , Dravo 100
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{do3 do do winter do 3 each D .11
• lokiiiigial, 'kfili WTI 'j,t, ' . .ETZLIti pp
Au' -
)1- t),I. ry.',i'm.,.. , PM P94.0 1 4 10 %1.700
ado var . of.pekril4)-110 Dbii*;
r 111. 4 f. ,i i, :::% ht,._. 4 ,00
• '‘, l tt i :-. •., : s ,
„,,,, a T'AN.22e
h lOO
lo one dozpii,\J(kksliggletrei 100
ivar of plums Andrew liartnian 100
1 do's quid•Ddrieffatikedattdrdr:.l. TO
4P, ~ ,dat ; l4 5,4
, . ~4 11 2) Frzo lo r!cq!Ala
ine st
!. ooricordsrl , Eir:ood:pirmitp 1 041
dO "dO do ''',,a''Malf '.."- ' a dd I
i 0 catawpa do ' litattatitrDarriktli"l s of
ti
p Isabella do D. 4)14 POrieh9o i , '1 - 1' . 90
o Delaware do A J Marks.... • '.4 09
do ,• do do :Wittlsbn Darragh -50
o lona do Mattison Darragh " 1 4:10.
o Ives Seelling do 31att Darragh 1' 00
BE
MEMIOEiIiN
do & laripast collection of gtfipts Matto Zdfit Margittir - JJ 4 / . 450
L: 9 " 2'oo 2d do Mric 415111dtitirA4ugli •
do driarireilt•OoHeOtiOrt' geinerid;=;. dioctiet -basket iltiiNfnEtemplitll 100
. •• ly.JohnlEilsiotht6r: B'oo crochet wodiltdrrs S H Heirtriz --
L A.SS 414-Bread and Cakes. hill -• • . J, • 11 00
it; family; bream ra. • :et 'a er
son ; 00
XIV T.J Johnson" , 50 ,
d o pelt:caklio Mira 1 0 4.
2d do 'tio atie 'iasitititeref •, 10
do corn bread Miss Belie • AAnzel I 00 .
' dot:dim:tit Miss Elliott - 1
2d do do Mrs Andrew Hartman 50
do Poind Calte'Mil Milton 1 00-
dojelly.iittla Mt* D MsAtila - '4 00. ,
2d do do: :do Miii T JOlsitsolo . ' : 50
cdo delicate cake MAIM idiitqtais '1 00
-.do silver. do Mrs SZ Marquis bo.
do marbled do MrattairmerThomat 1' 00
2d do h do do Mrs DMfrquis , 50,
Ao cocoanut - 110 Mrs S D 1 00.
CI. 4,89 O. AIt*IIMPLMENTS
Best-two borseplow JlThorn ley dip it 2 00
CLASS NG. .13+411iN1.1IPACTUR.0.
Best Engine M. Darragh &.OQ. dip *,5 00.
do and largest oollection of saws Emer
son 4 Perd&Co •. , dip„ . tet 00.
, c;lo, and largestoollecltion of shovels and
spades Armour & Meyers dip & o
dal and largest collection of axes .Jos
"Graff & Co' ' • (UP & 500
• do and largest collection flea 'Blake it
Fessended 4 , dip & 5 oq'
do display Marble Cutting :W Mar.'
shall • diii* 500
do•displayStonewisieJ-Weasieridfp&s 00
do two horse - -carriage ..Wlsenar Bing. •
~bim &Ball difia. 500.
o diionethom eirtiagaatt top tpuggy , Wise fl
i.‘, oftti.Blnghano * . . dip.* .4:00 ,
, doppe.borse openibuggyliViseuer
0 0 :
do spring wagon J.Wal ter & Bro j dip&S 00'
_
2ir. .) do ,•do :: , ,NlVbener - 1311241:101111 4.
.„ i: tic, , :t.: ~..;,z_ ; ,:-.-. : -, ..dip:42 00:
do Buck-board Wisener Binghsm !de
44 1 -, i , ' I t . : . ' ,:.... -, - .2 ... 41 44 36 ,
do : lot :p c edged toolsJ B . 4l4ll%dApitt, A 00.,
LT 09,14.°M P:Pt!! ..Alig,..: 0: #.? l / 1 44'i . ,
( ! head'
0
ao - Cirvliig - oiiwi;Od .ht 44 1 B tioii;ogs
. : -, .:).!) . P :: 1
00
do'Doif nine g - _ 3 Th - Ortilel,dirde 400 .
do cook stOcreßßlbe at Btitirly, 'illr) ft 2'09
2d do - ' 14. do,3410 . 1''''flapiiitetillti r j ell00 -
do Egg etover ' : Clitiiiitleir f 10 tft ) o6
1:1 A R i Aii I . -.:tvu&iitltiiiiiivaititi too'
' lloilielfitintlgtateiiiidifiiii44o f Z Tliein:-
09 - " :I= 7; I ~,-, :24.
Ct.,ASS-NO. -- I+.4** - NUFACTURES.
Best , !fad& L'oe : -Hamm : l'eather."Zitm et;
;:.,- ,Moorhead: ty: , - : 1.- -.1.. - .- L :)- L; , ,-.--i TiOo
.... do 43 valfe*lfls...,L lames :: , :moo,t'hood , ‘,,11,04:1 ;
:do doutdaSekVarrialle finirtelw-44441 ,3 :1
k , "Mopopeild. i i r:i ,- v.) , .i. f 4 - 11 9 1:4.1. PA9IP?
, t , Ao sioste.sot, I F 4._ . Mc*AillegAptmpo:
. 21 1: dct); f , ..1 1.( k .: , A MqP.-919e14 4teeli f t ) t.9 o
m 434 !All, - " ' ' '" . -1:09:1 4 4 0)
4 19, 111 4 tr t0e.0 4 )1 4 . 4 4 1 . 4141 4 ( ff " '
, • ap - , btote 4 plarpilifieAt e N,fc 1 19 - pf4 Vpo
c 'd(i'li ' "' i i., Aikson4rd I ', :''. -I ' c ' f i Do
' 2 .46 P ,li' - odifi l aict6ale j " " ' 1 1%6
AlF',;bii 4: 14 - 6:10 1 -Biedii r iniir iiiiiitiviif'.
'tititit"fiiii iitViiiftfiiviiiiit-Wl r atifiefibt ,
"coo 4 do: oh lia=7 ., ati , t4, -- Flikithrizi-''i 1 2'00
Jid6' , Arito al spring di) Jtillialidt '1 VO
I. '; 414' 2 44011f rsto•ltiti 4 - : !, , t , , 1 , :,' [Too
)Ido.l+do *rotate c
Tr CWI , i . 7 .3 b tao
rtiat
.9 410 V 441:i.tif ClOVtril,i4iniiitgli; 3'4'72 DO
do i do of timothy dO' , bi L Knight! 24)
* - 11 . *
• do ) t
Potter
do and greatest display of earn ?dr
• entagillaarlgairt
do 6 lb of hops Master Willie Potter 100
d 2 e A ;.
• B.
' -4r910 lifittiel lop
r$ M a 100
do 'I do Early • do liAir B,Marlin 100
do 411,pforlestk 41t :i /Ticalfg : Noss 100
do 10 varietisis peck each correctly
iiaffor4 "., B Mfr 1 4-- T oo
d e o y • w 7azeir-OotaiDefe Wish
Engle 1 00
do .1 ) 100
do do tomatoes G Hattie 100
do 6 parsnips Jesse Williams 1 00
Os eari"ott Whisaief :1,00
tiM SOO a*
do 6 table beets James Taggart 1 00
do 6 man gel .wartxd-J :Tagg art 1 00
do 6 sugar beets J Taggart 1 00
do 3 keralia7 sq?a4tet#N s?,r9dri 1 00.
do Sititlifird do taggart 100
do .1 bu white onions J Taggart 1 00
211po ()1 AV! r 8 4YI ®
I 4t.oaLbt4es-44:th tsar :' 00
do 3 red do Geo Hattie 100
do 3 cauliflowers Gao Hattie 1 00
1 4k 1 9 1 ..1 M e Y"7,. NY-Psgly I i
do display Of peppers S A Dickey 100
do field pumpkin BolVattl . Tion 100
do variety of melons G Hatiie 200
da dig plait ititf; tgttgfiat* VO
do f bu lima beans in pod G Hattie. .1 00
do gallon- early- -bunch—beano, -Master
9 col frafiiiiiigg 74 - 4bo
f ! a4i iidAWMu4eS4j, of 'glider be&s.
Mrs, J Beaner 1 00!
do bu Buckeye Otatoes W B Marlin 100
CLASS 16—Embioideries
Best ottoman cover Mrs John Übalto 1 00
do stand do Mrs B H Hemphill 1 00
2d do do do Mrs Chas Holmes 50
do stool cover mrs Chas Holmes 100
do chemixe:banctitmilfitivesAttis S H
Hemphiil 1 00
2d do Miss M Wagner 50
do screen Mrt R A Wilson 100
do night gow Mrs Dr J C Levis 100
2d do do do MbuilAllie Malone 50
do sofa cushlob Mrs John Übalto 100
2d do hirt;Hl Hemphill 50.
tlo ticfraltrinily
intabt &rift Miss to McDonald 100
do pillow slip Mrs It A Wilson 1 00
2d do Mno Josephine Darragh 50
do slippers M . Li I. one 75
gitalM3 l 4s s ' I lid Zia
do tatting 1 'ard Mrs. z H Hemp.
hill \ • - 1 1 100
40 watch case Mite Carrie Riiltz 100
2d do Lydia Hnlings 50
• dp.. , ladlnypitenl9ll2 j
0) Alißvisii ! .4 WU 2GO ;
g N I
do cake , peover - Mrs S H Hemphill 100
do speciinen of insertion Mrs T ' J lOW=
eon
•OL ASS - 17,-Ornatnen tal WOrk =
'Best fancy quilt Mra T tbrolukson .. 2 00
/ -,- 2d.d01tre.4 7 0000 4 ,4 1 / 4 1KW400: 00
r do patch, Ivork. : qßlit g.lla t Leuisa ,Bro
beak • ft- ~00
23 do.Mra Robert potorc, ;7 . °°
- - do d'elithie VOi Mali:nil: 200
2d do Mrs 4 . 3,q1, 1 00
dtiottu l dtlitpliiieltrit Marla•A:l3ii 2 00
iio fasiCy &tverler t 00
• do quittediebnitait;htre i n iiolittioh2 00
416 child's dress Mrs'Jß X Wilson = = 't
00
2d di) tanift S MoCionthal!
do phi eUshicin MistvgadterSteirart' I oo
24d6 Mrs: 8 D i Matqiiis r I. 5o
• do ped wiper Mrsj H Jones - 100
• do etwap wOrk . quilt Mrs Dayid Wood -
.. • . • :1 -.- 00
2d do Mrs Loulga:-Brotieek,. . . . 1, 00
• CLABs3•?"7VIWm pro - 404''
Best slb roll butterMrs.-Allaximan.3 00
:2d do do doldrs. James Hardy 200
do 5 1 pyint do 3dre.,Jfinfe 4.ardy 300
do honey In glass S Sat:play 200
do- .do wood John g ocire 200
2d 11 9 - g
, do- W B'Barclay 100
do • do oxtracioci W S Barclay 200
'2d do do do : VS' Barelay • 100
do 3 bottlia eatittp;. Mrk: C Moor-
Lt.:7,lJ 1 00
do slb dried apples Mrs A Hartraaryl 00
dO iiieseri4d apple's Miser JJkdinsoil 100
dO do>'machos Mrs..T, ItitieSOirLoo
do-2 db- :pearstdrsi, James Hardpl. oo
,do ~ 4416. ; plautalldre4 TAT Jobusork Ulo
do . - .qUlolrOt re• Joigkao. 00
do .t• 44- fil*Krieit , l4o l JA J°__4 B ,9 l k, .4 00
.dg , ..raaptierries MrutEil Blitai)loo
do (IQ , ; I *ack,berfue , milt T 4 /iifin
, son • . . • s " . 1loo
do do atrawbeiiieslirs4 Beanori,oo
do, „do gooseberries Mrs 8 G Bliss roo
Xl4. apple - e r tintter Mrli WV Ewing 100
,`iin'':poscli- r r ailqiiing sad) Thomfl 1 1 00
Aio ' in 1 a "I16 kis TS Johnson' :1
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'do - gaince ? liti 4 Mria Eleanor "ljoo
do grape do Mrs S G Bliss -- Zoo
'do •"raliplberry ?do Mrs "J Beanor 100
do blackberry do Mrs S G Bliss _Loo
Sid° ' • tomato ' -
•_, do. Mrs- j 1 Taggart 100
do elderberry do Mrs4 , ooanor too
.I.4l;reelded peacliWArs,Lowlslcpight 1 oo
k 4 oT 40: • PqaTa .Vtl4v9Pdi V4R}PP. B AOO
„do: .. 4 0 ...P lums• 1 .4 14 _ K9_44 * 100
da l , * .dsp , .qujEkces „Mr-14.4artmikn 1,00
11 P/ :4, 19, 4 0 0 0 .E. 'Thit9oB . ~.100
to ; iappfp. J,elliktii Samuel TSylor 50
do ~peaCh
r , , "do ` liitzt A Thirithan ' wt" o
"Veo l pima i " - ' tiO Wilt Y .Totinison ' l so
do, quince do M L Knight Ltpo
. do t )3Thiiifiti cribito'•E Thdinii • . 5o
' ad i risisbeniii •dO Mr* II ItllerefOrd /50
''jii'll iittielitieirry;'ddi-Erlt •HOreford - E 0
1 diOttiisaorrsi `oilloolifts t -J-Skiinbr, • ' , Too
do grape -do:10,i althcatael.t. I s .- ;')6O
1'20 ,0 3 l'' CLASS; 11.9-41finoltahoonn e . .-
* Bniii4riu4=s - OislidtLibtliktiitelethhi Min
hitaioni - , :z.11: :..J.,.. L4', ..-1, i: ... 100
'•'dirty:Wit Or shell bathe, fdririli , Jones
•' 1 : ,:i.. - 7 - . : ' - .r , .! ' : 100
7 40 4 111 40 1 a.1 fetlit:birs )3 Si'.4l,erciu is 1 1. [OO
.. ,410 :0 0 VPipttqb411M4 1 3.4.1;141PONP-dt 3 , 9 0
ilfte#44o ll 4c gFP I 3IO*-410. qtthit , .l l o',P°
API 5Y,Y44 4 '.49I I FAIAIL I4 O6act Ma
• „ A ct i n( ti _ .• • '
Ala paper callph49l-
?domed 3 - 'ioliopliiiiii',D4r-
T- g to r' 1 71
u bacdcot Jars, .11 Am , 6 0
r -.‘ “..... 'i?
AfFklAkin imic4ol3gighim.r :. i. . :II roo
- AIrP,Ie9PATS IrtigtYq ISPIP ,„ :.k I ,,P
4 / 1
to t ReY. ( ixYVtRA 1 IF TINT : I I; ~ • PIP
flail, *el J9bo , I , cktf.l3. • .. .. V.IP
:flood itnilloji:ihir oic`ii Etcott -, ' dip
1 ' ”li " Fl:it' if C i i 'in V
do '' do yrs n rw ip
dli - do ' 4yriltugh irodtiiro " "Dip
Ifeckail l orn blow Sari!' Wittott : Dip
(SOW tirriltflinni- Winton ) Dip
Bay loader Jas Dillail - • Dip
gaglestraw cnttOf /I Linedbrink Dip
' Thresher spud shaker •G R Bastian Dip
) Buckeye mower :& _, reaper : d as. Patter
.. - 1 can -. . rap
Champion
.do- do saga Walton Dip
Combineci, mower 4 reaper Boyd, Miller
li . 4:t P C) . ~ 7 ..r.A: ,`.' ' P I P
•do ,I y) pe4a hi NI aeitine. Cq dip
washing mac . h ine J ,W 'Ytunor Di p
Autorikatjrrall,rit,q4 , sw ( ltO ,Andy Hart
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Chiptinif ' ' ' -1 Dip
Assorttnent of seales W A "fiteettirg Dip
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CLASS2.t—Lidies'' DilicretiOtitiry
Y .
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outh's school suit. it J, ,
Swollen
, • hirg , , , , . Dip
1 walking coat 'A Wert - -. '
Dip
t '''do do 'SA .18041eloburer . DIP
1 chair tidy crochet M e lia Biidie Stewart 50.
1do'• do - do' 'iris's It-Wagner do
1 crochet thread tidy ilia' o G moors -V>
1 • dii. ' yarn • di) 'sirs: CIG !snore - Eko
1 ddtiiihp matt-in.'s SD. *amnia =-scp ,
1
-1 cirtistnointil p shade:sat John Uhal
,... 1 , ,t 0 : - "?' , .1 . 'I.I , ••••• . , B o
i eizzomo ) tins at , Power . , il oo
1 pencii.driswing ,obaillbaltal . ioo
i omunooktipatr,lyarkxre.l ti Jones 1 on
A"lr9rit f." 04. syMs44 l l 2 dr4 PPM 4 0 1.9),(11 , 59
i orientaFpaintinF airs John Übaltol 6o
4 lIRI.Re #,?Fer oits'ifi9tilys -.#. 01 940. So
shell k?Ffit 1 : vr grit i pPririg4 lB 4°
robe I )16wer,0 4 drg,s..B , isrOisi 1.4
.tm , _, )- ).....ti Lo.ts .), .., .1 ~.0
kilett,t4M t el MFG yvlisf.m r „, .50
t - ilie',lfei ) if 1 ) 46e .414811 ;54
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lit(ing*ilailir ) ' Cistyliiiiiii '.L :, AO
Altifitlifitilii iirß 've II qiiiiiiiit ''-- ' di
t (;chtitc Sisiiif *A 6 iiiiiii dad 'if" '`f oti )
c*Shibitideriid it'd' 7 iirili NiirliiidiPtil'so
liit itlielo a;tote !ligis sCV Ileilipkil l' fe
4tioitatt vtiaingdir *ft SiWaetsphlltbre
1 laisip matt miss T.Ydougr.--- ,, . I al, 50
ldifitlasd. niald's: estrange. Airel..l7l-Nre
%l't its.) Cteet77 1 , 1 - ,,,1,,1i hil , • . .., , Loo
44914 t PqM*rit ktotL,Wpwa ' _ ~ 1,. -1. 04
kgPgfirriA 4 A) igLAIN, *1 Wag9o3r , 7 L ~ 51)
1 1 . 10 0 1 A t I, "V: ,?q,,IP if iVfagfitr-4 .- ' 5p9
il i l eeer rldicUMli t iti kLYS' 44B .9# III3B J ' A l i
A it *AP efir l , 71 !! r 4 l - ' 114443 F '- - ' 4.4
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see buylng pays of the 104117 11
sard Names at one - tilde' • Wiir -I tiieelt , 'S
pairs extra at A. McDonald's.
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