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CLEARFIELD, PA-, SEPT.JM867.
tyrone and Clearfield Railroad.
t ..in leaves Tyrone at : : : : : 9.20 a m
1 arrives at Philipsburg at : : 11.20 a. n.
1 , tin leave. Philipsburg at : : : '. i.05 n m.
1 ' Arrives at Tyrone at : : : t 4-00 P-
Religious. Divine services will be held
next Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows:
By Rev. Sembower in the Baptist church
WByeTlein6hambere in the Episcopal
aburch, morning and evening.
By Kev. Guyer in the Methodist church,
in the afternoon.
By Rev. Archer in the Court House,
morning and evening.
By Rev. Harrrison in the Lutheran church
io the morning.
Thk M. E. Church Aid Society, will
meet at Mrs. G. B. Goodlander's on Friday
Ji;sT IS time t he new goods arriving at
Mossops, for the comming Court and Fair.
Those in want of goods should give Mossop
a call, as he is selling at very reasonable
Change op Firm. The Banking busi
ness in rblipsburg, will hereafter be con
ducted in the name of McGirk & Perks, in
stead of Foster, Perks, & Co. C. JL Foster
king deceased.' ' :
yow Arriving a lot of new goods, at
Kd.W. Graham's, which will be sold low
for canh. Persons attending Court, or the
Fair, are solicited to give him a call, and
examine his stock.
The Fair. In two weeks the Agricultu
ral Fair comes off at this place. Farmers
especially, should exert themselves to
make the exhibition the most extensive,
and best ever witnessed in the county.
Court. Next Monday court commences
in this place. -We hope that those indebted
to us for subscription, etc, will avail them
selves of this opportunely to settle their ac
counts, especially those who are several years
Work t tiik Dry. We would say to
our readers that any one wishing to procure
8 winters' berth, in a warm shop, can do so
by buying the right of the Swinging Wash
Tub and Churn, for one or more townships,
from Mr. David B. Ream, btl court week.
Mr. Ream Has orders for over one hundred
irachines. It performs its work nobly;
fverv household should have one. Procure
Notice. The Clearfield County Medical
FucK tv will meet la the. Arbitration Kooros
at th.; Court House, on Tuesday, Sept '24, !
at 2 o'clock, P. M. A general attendance of
thft members is earnestly requested as busi
ness of importance is to be transacted. An
K.-say will also be read before the Society
by Dr. J. G. IJartswick.
J. P. Bl-rciiixd, D O. Crouch,
Sccr'y. , . Pres't.
Notice. The Clearfield County Union
Temperance Society will nold its first regu
lar meeting in the Court House, on Monday
evening, September 23d, at 7i o'clock. . It
is earnestly desired that all Temperance or
ganizations thrbughout the county be rep
resented. All the friends of Temperance
who may be attending the court are invited
to be present, as well as others who may feel
interested in the Temperance cause.
Notice. The Second Annual Conven
tion of the Penn'a Base Ball Association
will be held at IlarrLsburg, Pa., on Wednes
day. October 16th. 18G7, at 10 o'clock, a.m.
Kach club is en titled to two delegates. Del
egates paying full fare to llarrisburg, will
be returned free of charge, upon application
to D. D. Domer, Secretary. Delegates are
required to furnish the date of organization,
names of officers, and number of members
ot each club.
Get the Worth of Your Money.
During the coming two weeks of the Court
and Fair, there may, perhaps, be persons in
town desirous of purchasing some cheap
goods. Wright & Flanigan would have all
Mich, and the public generally, to understand
that they are constantly receiving fresh sup
plies from, tke east, and consequently are
enabled to offer their goods at a very small
advance on eastern prices. We would there
fore advise consumers of goods to call and
examine their stock and prices before pur
Ocr Railroad. The following para
raph, in reference to the Clearfield Rail
read, is copied from the Tyrone Bulletin :
"We have the best authority for saying
tta grading and bridging of the Tyrone and
Clearfield R. R., north of Philipsburg will
be completed by the first of January next.
Gov. Bigler broke ground for the extension
$f the road on the 28th of March last.
Messrs. P. & T. Collins, who are the con
tractors, deserve credit for the energy they
faave displayed in putting this important
ork through. Thev have about 350 hands
employed. The Pennsylvania R. 11. Co.
have the railq ' Hplirfid at Philipsburg for
e laying of the track. The sills are being
"Tidily got out, and the track laying will
commence on the first of November. By
'he first oP Junnanr it J ATnftcted that the
ars will h mnnimr tn Woodland. This
ew road will ddd vastly to the value of real
eitate in the neighborhood of Philipsburg,
.ru, uew ana extensive iiiiuuer u
strict to the market, and giv a great ira-
fms io tne business 01 tais Becuon oi me
Cheers for Jeff. Davis are beginning to be
Wd again in Maryland Bince the Presi-
' took the war path. , .
Sabbath School CoNvKvni. A crn-
vention will be held at Clearfield, on Wed
nesday and Thursday. October Dth ami lOib,
18G7, for the purpose of organizing a Coun
ty, Sabbath fcehool Association, auxiliary
. . , n . . o cj A . tii
to tneotare o. o. .ssciaiion. Ail persons
interested in the great cause of Sabbath
Schools, are cordially invited to attend.
The several Sabbath Schools in the county
are earnestly requested to send delegates to
the Convention. The Rev. Alfred Taylor.
who has long been engaged by the Sunday
School Union, will be present to address,
and interest us, on the occasion. Come,
then, and let us have a grand rally for our
Sabbath Schools. Ample provisions will
be made for the accommodation of all.
Rev.A. II. Sembower, iG. Philip Guelich,
Rev. J. G. Archer. John Patton,
Rev. W. Burchfield, .Geo. W. Rheem,
Rev. A. W. Guyer.
Rev. J. E. Kearns,
J. B. M'Enally,
J. G. Harts wick,
S. J. Row.
Rev. P. L. Harrison,
John 1. Weaver,
A. M. Hills,
MARRIED : .
On Tuesday, Sept. 3d, 1867, by C. Wain-
right, Esq., Mr. Edward Aldridge, for
merly or Chenango county, iN. l., and Miss
St;AN Deutry, of Hrady tp.. Clearfield co.
On Thursday, Sept. 12th, 1867, by Rev.
A. W. Guyer, Mr. Charles E. Hoel, of
Curwensville, and Miss MarY E. Heisey,
ot Lawrence township.
In Curwensville, on Thursday, Sept 12th,
1867, by Rev. J. E. Kearns, Mr. Gilbert
Scofield, of Curwensville, and Miss Cath
arine Eckenroth, of Marietta, Pa.
On Tuesday, Sept. 3d, 1867, by Rev. W.
R. Whitney, Dr. A. II. Reed, of.Muleia,
Clearfield county, Pa., to Mrs. M. A. Mor
gan, af Western Va.
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On Monday, Sept. 13th, 1S67, Lewis C.
CARDONr of Kylertown, aged about G3.
On Friday, Sept. 13th, 1867v Natallie
May, daughter of P. A. and Kate Gaulin.
of Clearfield borough, aged 2 years, j 2
months, and 18 days.
On Sunday morning. Sent. 15th, 1867,
Isabella, wife of L. W. Ten Eyck,' of
Curwensville, in the 31st year or her age.
Obituary notice next week.
GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMA
TION Whereas, by an Act of the
General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn'a,
entitled -'An act to regulate the General Election
wi'hin this Commonwealth," it is enjoined on the
Sheriffs of the several counties to give public no
tice of such election, the places where to be held,
and the officers to be elected : Therefore, I, JA
COB A. FAUST, High Sheriff of Clearfield oo., do
hereby give public notice to the Electors of the
conntv of Clearfield, that a GENERA L ELECTION
will be held on the Second Tuesday of October
next, (being the EIGHTH day or the mouth) atthe
several election districts iu said county, at which
time and plaoe the quulified voters will vote
For one person for Judge of the Supreme Court.
For one person to represent the counties of Clear
field, Elk and Forest in the House of Repre
sentatives of this Commonwealth.
For one person for the office of Sheriff of Clear
For one person for the office of Treasurer of Clear
For one person for the office of District Attorney
or Ulesrneld eountv.
For One person for the office of Commissioner of
For one person for the efficeof Jury Commissioner
oF Clearfield county.
For one person for theofnso of Auditor of Cloarfield
FOr one person for the office of Coroner of Clear
The electors of the eountv of Clearfield will
take nbtioo that the said General election will be
held at the following places, vis :
Atthe Union Hotel, in Ulen nope ror rseccaria
At the house ot Asepn jciiis lor bcu townsmp.
Atthe house of the late James Bloom, Sen., for
Atthe house of Edward Albert for the township
At the house ot Jacob rearco, lor tne townsnip
At the pubho house of R. . Moore for Brady
At Young 8 school uouse ror tne townsmp
At the School house nearSiiaon Rorabaugh's for
the township of Chest.
At the court house tor tne uorougn or learncia.
At the house of Jacob Maurer for the township
Atthe house or 1. Jiloom, doc a, tor tne uor
ough of Curwensville.
At Centre school house for the town'p of Decatur.
At the house of John Gregory, formerly occu
pied by Thos. Robison, (Broadway) for the town
ship of Ferguson.
At the house of John I. Bundy for the township
At Congress Hill scheol house for the township
At the publto school house for the township ot
At the house of Jacob Hublcr for the township
At the school house in Janesville for the town
ship of Guelich.
At the bouse of J. Wilson lor toe twn'p ot ituston.
Atthe school house in Ansonville for the town
shin of Jordan.
At Bridgen's school house for the township of
At the Turkey Hill School house for the town
ship of Knox.
Atthe court house in the Borough of Clenrfied
for Lawrence township.
At the public school house tor the borougn ot
At the house formerly occupied by Thomas Ky-
ler for the township of Morris.
At the public school house for the Borougn or
At the publio House of Milo Hoyt. for the Bor
ough of Osceola.
At the house formerly of Wm. W. Anderson for
the township of Penn.
, At the house of I. Bloom, dee'd, in the Borough
of Curwensville for Pike township .-
At the house of D.E. Brubaker for the township
At the house of Thomas Henderson for the town
ship of Woodward.
AN ACT rezulatine the mode of voting at all
elections in the several counties of this Com
Sitrnns 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the Commonwealth
of Pnnnsvlvania in General Assembly met, and
it is herebv enacted bv the authority of the same,
That the qualified voters of the several election
districts o? this Commonwealth, at all general,
township, borough and special elections.are here
by, hereafter authorized and required to vot,by
tickets, printed, or written, or partly printed and
partiy written, severally classified as follows:
One ticket shall embrace the names of all judges
of courts voted for, and to be labelled outside,
"judiciary;" one ticket shall embrace the names
of the State offioers voted for. and be labelled,
"State ;" one ticket shall embrace the names of
all county officers voted for, including office of
Senator, member and members of assembly, if
voted for, and members of Congress, if voted for.
and be labelled "county ;" one ticket shall em
brace the names of all township officers voted
for, and be labelled "township ; one ticket shall
embrace the names of all borough officers voted
for, and be labelled "borough ;" and each class
shall be deposited in seperate ballot boxes.
AN ACT for the better and more Impartial selec
tion of persons to serve as jurors, in each of the
counties of this Commonwealth, approved the
10th day of April, A. 1867 vis :
..BUetdbytke Senate and House
of Repi emulative of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, in General Assembly met and it it here- j
by enaeleA by authoaity of the same. That at the
general election, to be held on the Second ues
day ol October, Anno Domini, one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-seven, and tri-ennually there
after, at such election, the qualified electors of the
several counties of this Commonwealth shall elect
in the manner now provided, by law. for the eleo-
tion of other county officers, two sober, intelli
gent and judicious persons, to serve as jury com
missioners in each of said counties, for the period
of three years ensuing their election ; but the
same person, or persons, shall not be eligible for
re-election more than once in any period of six
years: Provid-eil, That each of said qualified
electors shall vote for one person only as jury
commissioner; and the two persons ha ving the
greatest number of votes for jury commissioner
shall be duly elected jury commissioners for such
NOTICE IS FURTHER HEREBY GIVEN, That
all persons, except Justices of the Peace, who
shall hold any office or appointment of trust, un
der the government of the United States or of
this State, or of any incorporated district, wheth
er a commissioned officer or otherwise, a subor
dinate officer or agent, who is or shall be em-p-oyed
under the Legislative, Executive, or Judi
cial Departments of this State or United States,
or any city or incorpoated district, and also that
every member of Congress and of the State Legis
lature, or of the common or select council of any
city, or commissioner of any incorporated dis
trict, are by law incapable of holding or exer
cising, at the same time, the office or apoint
ment of Judge. Inspector, or Clerk of any elec
tion of this Commonwealth.
And the Return Judges of the respective dis
tricts aforesaid are requested to meet at the Court
House, in the Borough of Clearfield, on the first
Friday next after the said Second Tuesday of Oc
tober, then and there to do those things required
ot them by law.
GIVEN under my hand and seal, at Clearfield,
this Tenth day of September in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven,
and of the Independence of the United States the
ninety-first. JACOB A. FAUST, Sheriff.
REGISTER'S NOTICE .Notice U here
by given that the following accounts have
been examined and passed by me. and remain filed
of record in this office for the inspection of heirs.
legatees,creditors.and all others in any other way
interested, and will be presented to the next Or
phans' Court of Clearfield county, to be held at
the Court House, in the Borough of Clearfield,
commencing on the 4 th Monday of Sept., 1307.
1. Final account of f.dmmd Dale one of the
administrators of Henry Knepp. late of Bradford
twp., Clearfield county. Pa., dee'd.
2. Account of Edmund Dale, administrator at
John W. Graham, late of Bradford twp , Clear
field connty, Pa , deo'd.
3. Final accountof Joseph McClarren Guardian
of Levi T. Morgan, minor child of Thomas Mur
ean. late of Decatur tw'p , Clearfield eo , dee'd.
4. Kiof I account of John Russel, administrator
of the estate of John II. Xewpbr, late of Punb
tw'p., Clearfield county, P., dee'd.
6. Account of Sarah E. Smiiey. administratrix
of the estate of Wm. S Smiley, late of Brady
tw p., Clearfield county, Pa., dec d
6. Final accountof D. E. Alekel. administrator
of the estate of George Ross, late of Pike tw'p.,
Clearfield county, fa., deceased
7. Final account of Richard Hughes and Simon
Kephart, administrators of the estate of George
Ivephart, late of Decatur tw'p , Clearfield oounty
8. Account of II. B Swoope. edtninistrator of
Lewis R. Carter, late of Clearfield co . Pa, deo'd.
9. Account of Hannah Moore, administratrix,
and James A Moore, Administrator, of the estate
of Wm L. Moor, late of the Borough of Clear
field, Clearfield county, Pa., dee'd.
10. The account of Samuel Kirk, adm'r of the
estate of John Crowley, late of the borough of
Lumber City, Clearfield county, dee'd:
Register's Offioe, ) I. G.BARGER.
Clearfild. Aug 23. 'ST. J Register.
IXTII ANNUAL EXHIBITION
CLEARFIELD COUNTY AGRICULTU
Will be lield on the Fair Grouiul, near the
Borough of Clearfield. Pa., on Tuesday,
Wednesday. Thursday and Friday,
the 1st, 2d, 3d if Ath days of Oct.
C0MKITTEE AT LARGE.
MATTHEW OGDEN, Chairman.
W. D. Bigler, Thos. Bailey. Daniel Goodlander,
J. B. Shaw, Jos S Stewart. J. S Showers. John
Dale. A. W. Lee, Patrick Flynn, John Lawshe, M
F. Wallace. R. J. Moianev. A. V. Carpenter, J.
M KtMer. Fred Arnold. D. W. Holt. Phil Collins,
Phil Blanchard, A. V. Tyler, Daniel Brubaker,
John S. Williams. Arthur Bell. Thomas Liddle,
Miss Mertie Men ill. Miss Tabitha Wallace, Miss
Macreie Kline. Miss Roxie Potter. Miss Emma
Barclay, Miss Sarah McBride, Miss Fanny Ogden,
Mrs Mary F Baird. Mrs J li. waiters, airs. j.
F. Irvin, Mrs. L. F. Irvin, and Mrs. Wm. Albert.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENT.
Z. C. M'Cullough.L. R. Merrell,D F. Etzweiler,
D R. Fullerton. V. R. M'Pherson. Zach. Ogden.
J. G. Scbryver.John A M'Bride.John McClellnn,
. - . . . . . ., .1
John L. Cuttle, Joseph Uwens. A. J. M uriae. ji
0. Owens. Ed Goodwin. Wm: Ten Eyck, Col
John Irwin. Brit. Thompson. Jas Thompson, Mil
ton Read. Robert A. Hall. Georee U. Hall, M.O.
Wilson, David Buck.John Peters. Sam'l Lansbery,
John O. Tyler, John Thomas, Mrs. Ellis Persel.
Mrs. H W. Park. Mrs. Berrv. Mrs. Mary Jane
Shaw. Mrs. G. D. Goo .follow. Mrs Z. C. M'Cul-
lough. Miss Eliia M'Bridc, Miss Maria Dunlup,
Miss Maggie Colburn. Miss Jennie Mitchell.
Marshall Dr J. P. Burchfield.
Chifif of Police S B Jordan
Gate keepers L. F. Irvin. W.L. Shaw, and
M. S. Flegal.
Clearfield County Agricultural Fair.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Family Tickets, : : : : : : : SI 00
Single Tickets during Fair, : : : : 50
Single Admission Tickets, : : : : : 25
Children under 10 years old, when accompanied
by their parents or guardians, free.
Children under 10 years of age not admitted
unless accompanied by their parents.
Checks will begiven at the door to persons de
siring to pass out during exhibition, but will not
admit the holder to any other exhibition each
half day counting an exhibition.
The number and class, and the number in the
class, with the name of the article will appear on
the card attached ; but the name of the exhibit
or will not appear.
Premiums and diplomas will be paid on and
after the first Wednesday of November, and until
the 1st day of January, 1668. after which all mon
ey premiums unclaimed will be considered as a
donation to the Society. The offioers of the So
ciety and members cf the Committee of Arrange
ments will wear a badge designating their office,
and it will be their duty as well as pleasure to at
tend to the expressed wishes and wants of exhib
itors and others, If it is in their power so to do.
A select police force will i-e in constant attend
ance for the preservation of order and protection
The trotting course is level, well graded, ana
one-third of a mile in circuit. Ample arrange
ments will be made for the convenience of spec
tators. Every person wishing to be enrolled as a mem
ber of this Society must apply on or before the
first day of the fair, and on the payment of one
dollar to the Tieasurer shall receive a certificate
of membership containing the name of the appli
cant and endorsed by the Secretary.
Every person becoming a member as above sta
ted shall, on the presentation of his certificate,
receives ticket which will admit him free during
the fair. Any person complying with the above
regulations and paying $10, shall become a lite
member, and shall be exempt from all contribu
tions, and shall annually receive from the Secre
tary a free family ticket.
All persons must be provided with xeu,
which can be had from the Executive Committee,
Treasurer, or Secretary, or at the office on tne
ground. Persons aoting as judges are ePcte
to become members of the Society. Persons from
other counties can become members by complying
with the above rules. Ladies can become mem
bers by making application as above, and paying
into the Treasury fifty cents when they will re
ceive a ticket to admit them free.
fcxbibitors must become members of. the Soci
ety and have their animals and articles entered
on the Secretary's books on or before the 1st day
of October; and all animals and articles, except
horses must be broueht within the enclosure as
early as W ednesday.at 12 o'clock, M.. and all per- j
bvuo cutcriug animals bbu articles ior udiviiivh
will procure cards from the Secretary with the
class and number of entry of said articles, pre
vious to placing said articleson the ground. Hay
and straw will be furnished gratis for all animals
entered for premiums, and grain will be furnish
ed at cost for those that desire to purchase.
No horse shall be entered or allowed a premi
um unless he is free from disease. Horses will bo
received until Wednesday noon, but must be en
tered previously. All persons who intend to ex
hibit horses, cattle. sheep, or swine, or who intend
to offer stock or any other article for sale, should
notify the Secretary of such intention on or be
fore the 26th of September, and have with him a
usi ana tun description ot the same.
Persons intending to exhibit blooded stock must
produce authentic pedigrees, and are earnestly
requested to furnish the Secretary ,;by the 26th of
Sept'r, with a list of their stock, and the pedigrees
of each, this will facilitate the preparations -of
entries and in each case of deficient pedigree, will
afford the owner time to correct the same.
Ikstrijctioss to Jbpges. No animal to receive
an award in more than one class.
J udges are expressly req aired not to award pre-
tniums to over-fed animals. No premiums are to
be awarded to bulls, cows, or heiffers. which shall
appear to have been fattened, only in the class of
fat cattle, tho object of the Society bein to have
superior animals of this description for breeding.
at cattle. The judges on tat cattle will give
particular attention to the animals submitted for
examination. It is believed all other things be
ing equal those are the best cattle that have the j
greatest weight over the smallest superficies. The
judges will require all in this class to be weighed
ana win taxe measures to give tne superncies ot
each, and publish tbe result with their reports.
They will al.-o, before awarding any premiums,
require tbe manner and cost of feeding, as re
quired by the regulations of the premiam list.
When there is but one exhibitor, although he
mny show several animals in one class, only one
premium will be awarded, that to tfce first, or
otherwise as the merits of the animal may be
1 be superintendent will take every precaution
in his power, for the safety of stock and articles
on exhibition after their arrival, and arrange
ment on the grounds, but will not be responsible
for any loss or damage that may occur Tbe So
ciety desires exhibitors to give personal attention
to their animals and articles and at the close of
tbe fair to attend to. their removal as tho Society
cannot take further care of them.
Ki i.ks op Plowing. Tbe name cf the plowman
must be given as well as the kind of plow to be
used, at tbe time of entry.
The quantity of ground to be plowed by each
team be 1 acre.
The time allowed to do the work will- be three
hours. The furrow slice in all cases to be lapped.
Tbe teams to start at tbe same time and each
plowman to do his without a driver or other assist
ance. The premiums offered by the Society will be
awarded to the individuals, who. in tbe judgment
ot the committee, shall do their work in the best
manner, provided tbe work Is done in the time
allowed for its performance.
Each plowman to strike his own land, and plow
entirely independent of the adjoining land.
Within the one-fourth of an acre plowed each plow
man will be required to strike two back furrowed
lunds and finish with the dead furrow in the
Any infoimation required in regard to matters
of tho Society can be gained by addressing tbe
Executive Committee or the Secretary, who will
be pleased to give any information in their pow
er at any time.
-Any article not enumerated in the above class
es" and placed on exhibition, if worthy of notice,
artl! be suitably awarded.
The Executive Committee reserve a discretion
ary power to award diplomas in any case for 2d
best articles, or ior articles not entitiea to premi
urns by the rules.
All articles maybe entered free of charge, ex
cepting horses for pleasure, and for the trotting
LlST OF PREMIUMS.
Class lSteeepstaJtes, open to all brreeds and
Best bull, $15 2d best, 5; 3d best, 51 50
Best cow, 10; 2d best, 4; 3d best, 2 00
All breeds come together in this class and com
pete with each other, to be judged by their good
points, symmetry of frime, ability to fatten, and
tbe stock thev will produce
Judges S. P. Wilson, David Johnson, George
Class 2 Grade cattle, owned in roitnty.
Best cow for milk, $8 ; 2d best, ; 3d best, $2
Best heifer, 2 years old, 5; 2d best, 3
Best heifer, 3 years old. 4; 2 i best, 2
Best calf, under 8 months old, 4
Judges Jacob Flegal, Jacob Guelich, John
Class 3 Oxen.
Best yoko of oxen. $10 ; 2d best. $5: 3d best, $2
JriGE8 Leander Denning, David Crown, Wm.
Class A Fat cattle.
Best fat bullock, cow or heifer. $10; 2d best. S3
. Ji dgks J. M. Kittleberger, Edward A bert, O
Class 5 Thoroughbred horses, open to all.
Best stallion, S15; 2d best, 10
Best mare and colt 10; 2d best, 5
The premiums in this class are intended only
for horses whose pedigrees render them worthy,
as the Society wish to encourage the raising of im
Judges James Forrest, J. B Hewitt, John P.
C.lnjc fi T!tJnrr. Draft and Farm Horses.
Best s iddle horse,3 $3 00; 2d best, $2 00
Best single family horse, 1 00
Best matched carriage horses. 2 00
Best gelding or mare for work 2 00
Best span of draught horses or mares, 4 00
Second best, 2 00
best colt, under 2 years old, $2 00; 2d best, I 00
Best 2-year olu colt, 2 00; 2d best, 1 00
Best 3-year old colt, 2 50 ; 2d best, 1 50
Tbe hcrse that moves the heaviest load on the
stone-boat, according to his weight, without
a whip, Youatton the Horse and 7 00
Judges D. Wilson, Gainer P. Bloom, David
Class 7 Trotting horses, open to oJl.
Best time, 3 in 5, trotting in single harness S100 00
No premium will be paid in this class unless 5
horses are entered to compete for the premium.
Each horse to trot against time. Entranc e, free.
Judges Jos. R. M'Murray, J. D. M'Girk, Dr. J .
Class S Sweepstakes, open to all Pacing in
Best 2 in 3 mile heats, against time, S100 00
No premium will be awarded in this class un
less there are six entries. Entrance tae $15
Judges Wilham Powell, O. B. Merrell, John
Class 9 'dotting single harness, for horses
owned in the county at least fifteen days
before the Fair.
Best 3 in 5, mile beats, against time, $50 00
No premium awarded in this class unless there
are eight entries. Entrance fee $5. The horse
winning the premium in class 7, cannotcompete
for the premium in this Class.
Jcdgf.s M. Ogden, Gov. Wm. Bigler, Lieut. L.
Classlt) Trotting horses owned and raised in
Best 2 in 3, tra time, in harness, 50 00
No premium awarded in this class unless there
are five horses entered to compete for the same.
Best trotting hone or mare under saddle, S3 JO
Second best, , . t
Best trotting hdrse or mare in single harness, 3 00
Second best. ... .
Best walking horse or mare. $5 ; 2d best, 2 50
Judges J. A. Faust, A. H. Shaw, Rob't Owens.
Class 11 Trotting Colt, raised in the.cOunty ,
not etceedingS years old, open to all.
Best 2 In 3, against time, . 52" "
Not less than four to be entered for this trot.
No entrance fee.
JoniSKS Fred. Irwin. A. A. Graham, James C.
67ti.w 12 Sheep and Wool.
Best buck, any breed, $2 00
Second best. Randall's Sheep Husbandry.
Best ewe. any breed. Randall's Sheep Husbandry.
Best sheep, fattened for mutton.
Randall's Sheep Husbandry.
Bist lamb. Randall's Sheep Husbandry.
Jupges D. Dressier, Thos. Hill, H. Lawhead.
CLis 13 Sictne, open io all.
Best boar, any breed, Young Fai mer'a Manuel & $2
Best breeding sow, any breed. $3
Second best, Agriculturist for one year.
Best hog, $3 . 2d best, $2
Best pig, under 6 ino'a old. Agriculturist 1 year
JuiiOES Lat.R Merrell, John A. Reed, S. II.
Class 14 Poultry.
Best coop spring chickens, not less than four,
Beamont's American Poultry Book.
Best 2 heaviest turkeys, " "
Best display of chickens, Mine's Poultry Book.
Judges Lewis Irwin, William P. Reed, M.H.
Class 15 Plotting.
The man that plows green sward the best, 520 00
Judges J. B. Kyler, Thomas II. Forcey, F. F.
Class 1 6 Plows, Rollers, Drills, Jlarrows,
Best plow for stubblo or sward, $2 00
Best subsoil plow, Barry's Fruit Garden and I 00
Best clod crusher and rollei combined, 1 00
Best grain drill, Gardner and 1 00
Best reaper and mower, Agriculturist 1 y. & 2 00
Best threshing machine. Agriculturist 1 y i 3 00
Best side-hill plow, $1; Best cultivator, 100
Best corn planter. 1; Best barrow, 100
Best horse-rake. I ; Best corn-sbeller, 1 (Hi
Best tanning mill, 2: Best ox yoke, 100
Best hay-pitching machine, 1 00
Best stalk and straw eutter, 2 00
Best horse-power for general purposes. 2 00
liest original invention or agr;cuit I tmpiem t uu
Alt articles enumerated in this class, not maae
in the county, but produced upon exhibition, if
worthy of it. will be awarded a diploma.
Judges A. Gearhart, L.J. Ilurd. II. Zilliox.
Clasx 17 Miscellaneous Farming TmfJemeuts.
Best bee hive. Grlmley's Mystery of Bee Keeping
Best i ds. hand rakes $ I ; Best grain cradle. $1 00
Best stumn machine. 3: Best potato digger. 50
Best lot warden tools. Tbe Gardener.
Best lot farming utensils owned by farmer, 3 00
All articles enumerated in this class are sua
ioet to the same rules as class lfi.
Judges William lloovor, jonnonaw, tawara
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Class 18 Wheat. Rye, Corn. Barley, OatS. etc.
Best acre of winter wheat, J'lO
Best bushel of winter wheat. 4
Best acre of r ye, $ : Best acre of corn
Best aere of oats, 3 ; Best bush corn ears'.3
Best acre buckwheat, 2; Best bushel potatoes 5
Best acre clover seed, 3 ; Bet 1 acre peas, I
Best f acre broom corn, 2 ; Best i acre sorghum 2
Best k acre rutabagas, 1 ; Best i bush, turnips 1
Best acre turnips, 1 ; Best acre carrots, 1
Best 5 bushel timothy seed, 1
Crops being equal, preference will be given to
tbos-e that yield the largest net profit. Statements
to be furnished by tbe exhibitors They must be
measured, or weighed, and a sample furnished at
the Fair. Applicants for premiums must furnish
the committee with a statement signed by them
selves, under pledge ot veracity, of the quantity
of grain raised on the ground entered for a pre
mium, and must state as correctly as he can the
kind and condition o the previous crops. the kind
and quantity of seed sown, and the time and mode
of putting it in the ground.
Persons entering field crops for exhibition, or
intending to do so, may give notice to the Execu
tive oommnttee at any time, and have tbe field
measured and examined by the committee while
Judges Daniel Stewart, Amos Reed, D. Hart
sock. Cla 19 Bread and Cereal Food.
Best loaf wheat bread.Dip ; Best pound cake. Dip
Best loaf rye bread, Dip; Best fruit cake. Dip
Best loaf corn bread, Dtp, Best coffee cake, Dip
Best sponge take, Dip; Best Lady's cake Dip
Best jelly cake. Dip ; Best cake, " Dip
Best bachelor's cake, Dip; Best jelly, Dip
Best pie, any kind. Dip; Best ice cream, Dip
Best preserves and jelly. Dip
Best display of jelly and preserves, . Dip
Judges Mrs Joseph Owens, Mrs. John S. Ra
bobach, Mrs. J. R. Read. ,
Cliss 20 Butter and Cheese,
Best 5 pounds, or more, ef butter," S3 00
Best 10 pounds of firkin butter, 5 00
Best cheese, made by exhibitor, 1 00
Judges Mrs. BeDj. Hartshorn, Mrs. G. R. Bar
rett, Mrs. Alex. Marroy.
Best 50 pounds flour. ft 00
Best 50 pounds rye flour, 2 00
Best 50 pounds spring wheat flour, 1 00
Best 50 pounds com meal. 1 "
Best 20 pounds bucK wheat flour. 2 0
Judges Chas. Sloan, Wm. F. Johnston, Joseph
Class 22 Domestic Articles.
Best box or jar of honey, $1 00
Best 10 pounds maple sugar. Dip or 50
Bet peaches put up air tight, Dip or 50
Eest tomatoes put up air tight. Dip or 50
Best black berries put up air tight, Dip or 50
Pest currants put up air tight, Dip or 50
Best fancy jar of pickles. Dip or 50
Best gal. syrup or sorgum, or each. Dip or 50
Best cured ham (cooked) with mode
of curing, . Dip or 50
Rest, dried beef with mode of curinz. Dip or 50
Judges Mrs. Jos. R. Arnold, Mrs. Ross Read,
MrS, J. A. L. Flegal.
Cluss 23 Domostic JIaiiufaclurcj,
Best 10 yards flannel, $1 00
Best 10 yards sattinet, 00
Ttnst 1 5 vnr-ia woolen carnet. 1 00
Best 15 yards rag carpet, woolen chain
Best 10 yards cloth,
Best pair wool blankets,
" 1 00
Best woolen coverlet.
Best wool fringed nuts.
Best pair of knit woolen stockipgs. 0
Best specimen of knotting.knitting er needle
work, by Miss under II years old,
Best pound linen sewing thread, -50
Best pound stocking yarn, 50
Best foot mat, 50c ; Best tidy mat 50
Judges Mrs. R. S.Stewart, Mrs. L. J. Hurd,
Mrs John M CummiDgs.
Class 24 Needle, Shell, Wax Worletc.
Best specimen needle work, Dip or 50
Best specimen needle worlc. machine, Dip or 50
Best specimen flowers in worsted. Dip or 50
Best speoimen embroidery in worsted, Dip or 50
Best specimen embroidery in laoe. Dip or 50
Best specimen embroidery in muslin, Dip or 50
Best spcimen of leather work, Dip or 50
Best specimen of wax flowers. Dip or 50
Best specimen of feather work, Dip or 50
Best specimen of ornamental work, Dip or 50
Best shirt made by Miss under 12 yrs, Dip or oO
Best patching or mending, D'p or 50
Judges Mrs. Wm. Albert, Mrs. A. H. Shaw,
Mrs. Lever Flegal.
Class ibMdhnrry and Dress making.
Best millinery. $1 ; Best dress making $1 00
Judges Miss Jennie Larnmer, Miss Jennie
Mitehell, Miss Bertha Wright.
Class 26 At -fistic Work.
Best daguerreotypes taken on the ground, Dip
Best ambrotvpes taken on the ground. Dip
Best photographs taken on the ground, Dip
Best landscape painting. Dip
Best penmanship, Dip
Best -architectural drawing, Dip
Best painting in oil, Dip
Best portrait painting. Dip
Best cattle painting. Dip
Best painting in water colors, Dip
Best ornamental painting of any kind, Dip
Judges Mr. E. R. L. Stoughton, Miss Mary A.
Irwin, Miss Roxie Tyler.
Class 27 Designs.
Best desiga for farm house, barn, carriage house
and stable, Sloan's Ornamental 'Houses A S5 00
Best design for dairy house, Manuel of the Home
Best design for ice house, 1 52
Best design for fruit house,
Best design for bridge, with plan, span not
less than 250 feet. . ,3 00
Judges Eli Salt. Samuel Robison, Era Ale.
Class 28 Mtialic Fabrics and Maehiuerw.
Best cookine stove, wood or coal, $3 00
r-econa nest, z uu
Third best. Dip
Best parlor stove, $3; Best cast iron fence, i 00
Second best, 1 ; Second best, Dip
Best specimen or lot of tinware, 2 00
Second best, ;. Dip and , 60"
Best specimen blocksmithing, 2 00
lst specimen eunsmiuing, - i uu
Best specimen iron-turning.' . 2 00
Best elate castings. $1 : Best shower bath,l 00
iesi original invention in cuuuij.
Best display of table and pocket cutlery, A-
merican manufac ture.
Best display of edge tools.
Best displav fannina and field tools. .
J. he above premiums are ottered tor articles man
ufactured in the county. Diplomas may be award
ed for any of the above articles on exhibition
without regard to their place of manufacture.
Judges Geo. L. Morgan, David Buck, Wm. a:
Class 29- Vehicles of all kinds.
Boat family carriage, $2 ;. Best timber sled, f 2
Beet boggy, 4; Beat horse Cart, i
Best farm wagon, 4; - Best wheelbarrow, 1.
Best sleigh, , , 2
Judges Henry Stone, Wm. M'Koirht, Henry
Class 30 Cahinet xcare in counfyi
Best dressing bureau, $2;
Best set of chairs, ti
liest extension table, z;
Best variety of chairs, 2;
Best bedstead, 1 ;
Best washstand, 50c,
Best set of parlor furniture
Best sofa, 2
Best centre table, 1
Best lounge. 5Co
Best office chair, 50o
Best display of cabinet-ware.
Dip and 2 00
Best looking glass aoc.
Judges Harry Fleming. John W. Wright, Geo.
Class 31 Coopering and Carpentering.
:st pine ware, tubs, stands, etc.. Dip A $1 I
Best set of grain measures,
Best window blinds.
Best specimen sash, $1 f
Best panel door. I ;
Best lot buckets, 1 60
Best lot baskets. 1 00
Judges Thomas Robins, Dr.T.'J.'Boyer, Aaron
Class 32 Roots and Garden Vegetables.
Best i bu. rutabagas 50c ; Best 6 h'ds eabbage, 504
Best J bo. carrots, 50c; Best 2 h'dscauUff'rsDip
Best J bu potatoes. 50c; Best Variety melons 50e
Best ibu. tomatoes, 50c; Best squashes, 50o
Best i bushel sweet potatoes, tsio
Best 4 stalks celery. 60
Best quart. Windsor beans, 50e
Best i bushel table beefs, . 50o
It must be shown that alt vegetables have been
raised by the exhibitor.
Judges R. II. Moore, David Welty, Anderson
Class 33 Curriers. Saddlers and Shoemakers.
Best gents' boots and shoes,' $2
Best ladys' boots and shoes, I
Best display of boots and shoes, t
Best ladys' riding saddle, 2
Bert riding bridle and martingale,' 1
Best side finished harness leather,'
Best robe made by exhibitor, ...t
Best carriage harness,$3; Best tug harness. 2
Best single harness, , 3;
Best display saddlery. 4;
Best side kip leather 50c ;
Best side sole leather.
Best side upper leather.
Best gents'saddle 2 00
Best travl. trunk, 1 0Q
B6st calf skin, 50
Judg'es A. S. Dickinson. Wm. Schwem, jr., J.
Class 34 Tailors and Upholsters" Work.
Beit suit of clothes made by hand, ft 0
Best coat n.adejy a lady, . . 100
Best pants and vest made by a lady, 1 00
Best husk mattress, 1 ; Best traw mattress f 00
Best hair mattress, 2 00
Jupges W. J. lit phill, Henry Bridge, John
Class 35 Printing in Coltnhfi
Best newspaper, Dip ; Beat handbill,
Best blank. Dip; Best card.
Best 6rnamen& printing,
Jupges WfflrBigler, George W. Snyder
Class 36 Stone- Ware.
Best assortment an 1 best qualify.
Judges S. B. Wilson, Henry Wright, Andrew
Clas37Chemiealsand Chemical Action in' Co.
Best available manure at moderate cost, $1 00
Best available manure for farm products, ' 1 00
Best material for glue, 50c ;. Best linseed olf, 60
Best tallow candles, 50C ; Beet vinegar, , 60
Best specimen of soap, 50c; Best writing ink; 50
Judges Dr. J. P IlCyt, J.J. Picard. Andrew
Class 38 Wood and Stone.
Best dressed stone,
Best mill stone,
Best grind stone,'
Best butter bowl,'
Best turned article,
Beat floor boards, worked,
Best washing machine,
Best split or shaved hoops,
Best butter Ladle,
Best weather boards, worked,
Jupges A. N. Marks, J. D
Snake D Allison.
Class 39 Natural Minerals.
Best suit of useful minerals of Clearfield eounty,
including coal, $2 00
Best cabinet of minerals ol Clearfield and ad
joining counties, to be the property of
the Society, 6 00
Best limestone, 50c ;' Best collection fossils, I 00
Best fire clay, 50c ; Befit burnt lime, 1 00
Best potters clay .50c; Best coal. 100
Judges J. W. Wright, J C. Brenner, James
Irvin. jr.- s
Class 40 Fruit.
Best display and greatest variety of grafted
apples,summerand winter. Husband
man on merican Wines and $2 00
Best display Of pears. Cole's American Fruit
r Book and 1 00
Best plums and cherries. Cole's Am. Fruit Book
Best quinces. Manning's Fruit Book
Best spec, apptcs, 1 peck. Manning's Fruit Book
Best spec. Am'icah grapes. Manning's Fruit Book
Best seedling grapes raised in county and
worthy of culture, 60c
Best domestic wine and mode ot manufac
ture, i Fuller's Grape Culture
Best currant wine, Manning's Fruit Book
Best blackberry wine, Manning's Fruit Rook
Best gooseberries, Mannin g's Fruit Bork
Judges J. D. Wright, Peter Hoover, Elisha
Cff ass 41 IIorscmansMp, etc.
To the lady who manages her horse best and sits
most gracefully, Dip
To the gentleman who manages his horse best
and sits most gracefully, Dip
Best display of horsemanship, net less than
five Couple, Dip
Best driving on tbe course by a lady, Dip
Best company of cavalry. Dip
Best company of infantry, ' Dip
Best band with brass instruments, Dip
Best martial band, Dip) Best ten singers. Dip
Jupges M. S. Flegal, John Flynn, Thomas
Class 42 Nurseries. .
Best nursery, containing the greatest variety of
fruits and shrubs, cultivated in the most approv
ed manner, the applicant to furnish written de
scription, the variety and mode of culture, $3 00
Second best, Barry' Fruit Garden.
Jupges Geo. Tate, Levi Dreasler G. W. Shoff.
Class 43 General List.
Best display and greatest variety of flowers. Dip
Bet display and greatest variety of plants, Dip
Best display of floral ornaments, Dip
Best basket boquet, with handle, Dip
Best band boquet. Dip
Judges Miss Maggie Ralston, Miss Roxie Tyler,
Mrs. Elizabeth Irwin.
CP Discretionary premiums will be awarded
for all articles of merit exhibted by mechanics ia
all the various branches, and it is hoped a gen
eral exhibition will be made For all improve
ments useful to the farmer, and having valuable
properties, discretionary premiums may be award
ed, by the Executive Committee.
RICHARD SHAW, Jr., President.
I. G.. Bakokr, Secretary.
Executive Committee George Thorn. Josiah B.
Reed, E. K. Shirey, Nathaniel Rishel, James
Treasurer A. M. Hills.
Corresponding Secretary D. F. Etsweiler.
SADDLES, Bridies, harness, collars c, for
sale at MERRELL A BIGLER'S.