Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, September 29, 1858, Image 3

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EW StTTLEMENT.—A new settlement has
ueen started at Hammonton ; New dersay, which
for success and progress rivals anything we have
Ntrd of in the West. There is a large
....Mina having objection to the West on account
Of unhealthiness, distance and association,
which embraces this new enterprise. The land
is rt, genial amine, mrd the soil is said to be
amongst the best jersey soil. Jersey, as will
be seen by the agricultural statistics at tire
Patent Office, is the first agricultural State in
the Union tot the valve of lls frechicts. Ham
motreon is within thirty /ROM of Philadelphia
by railroad, and enjoys ma of the best markets
le the'Union. The tide of foulgration to this
place is lannense. as well from the west as
from the North.—Ntury of the hest.grope grow.
ore of Ohio have lorated, :with a view or mutt.
sing wine. To Judge of its prodress, the Tap.
viatica , thre year ego is numbered at 01;',p five
, persons; it now tnmihdrs over eigh•,_ hundred
eouls, has erre hundred and twr,nty.f ive b u ff.
'dings, three *tares, two thurches, Episcopal
, and Nielltedistoammt mill, brick yard, marble
:yard; public crhool. newspaper, dre., some twee
Ny•fite miles or new 'roads ' , one & six square
bong intpm•ved, a n , ,w railroad :nation.
*and all the elemmts tat at., old place. We arc
anti fled dttttYfii+ placo , aust pot.ese merit from
attparifiel-A progress.
Ie .ATAiNT9CIM32).
• competent teachers to take chat ge of the
/Schools of Carbon District fin. the coming son•
.slim, liberal wages will bo given. Applicants
•will meet the county Supt. at Conlinont on Thurs.
Any, the 231 Sept. bet . .
See'y. of Board of Directors.
Coalmont Sept. 13, 1838.-21.
TILE subscriber respectfully announces to his
friends and the public generally, that he has
leased that old and well established l'Avsits;
STAN.: known as the Mud ingdon
Rinise, on thocornet of Miami Charles 1 • •
Street, in the Borough of Hunting- g ;
He has recently put the lawn through a thoro
ugh course of repairs, and is now oqual tu any in
this place. . .
Ilia ;,,tn,E will always be stored with the
beet the season eon afford, to suit the tastes
end el retitei of his guests.
His ItA ti will always he tilled with 'hake
nud [lto STAHL. always attended by care.
nil and attentive Ostlers.
ilgrlle hopes by strict attention to business
and a spirit of acconiatlation, to merit and receive
a liberal share of public patronage.
Sept. 15, 1838-Iy. t MeATHER.
id, above rewanl will be paid by the under
rigned fir the apprehen3ion r t the thief and re
•curery of the Horse stolen from them. at Hun
tingdon Furnace, 011 the night of the 3lst cf Au
gust It st.
Said Horse is It large due b.ry, about nine years
old, with white hind cgs, left lords .hoof white,
and white stripe in los fare, with rather light
mane and tail. $25 will he paid for either the
apprehention 01 the thief, or the recovery of the
Huntingdon Furtnee, Sept. 1 I th, 1858.-3 t.
HUN TI 11144 DON PA.
I N. l turmianco of OrtlerA ~f tto fsrptatie
.1 Court ut the ,utinty of the
•Troct:i ofSc., heivioullet ait•
hate lu t:ud county, mar the of
'thintingdoli, will ire expo,eil to public tale an
the preiciAcn.
On Friday, September 24th. 183 S,
As the property of DUN KKR, lute of said
county. dee'd, to wit:
1. All that tract marked . (A) in the Diagram
annexed to the return of tea Inquest, eootain
ing 237 acres and 130 perches, it being the
Mansion Farm of euid dec'd. About one half
of this tract is cleared and under ealtivation ;
about 40 acres of which is tneaduw. Rum
ning water fur eattle, Ac., tuay bo readily in.
traduced into almost every field upon this farm.
There are upon it a two clone tram-, dwelling
house a large brick bunt and other buildings.
Also, a good orchard.
2. All that tract curbed (C) in sa!il Dim
gram, containing 237 acres and cn p erc hes,
and culled the Moore Farm. Somewhat more
than half of this tract is cleared and under cul
tivation; fair proportion of which is meadow.
On account of the nentne,s of these two farms
to the borough of Huntingdon and n large
quantity of meadow upon each, they would be
well canted for grazing (or stock farms.
3. All that true , marked II)) in said dia
gram. containing 185 i1a,1132 pet ches 1 about
one hall of Ibis tract is cleared cod under cub
tivation, and has thereon erected two tenant
4. All that tract marl,l (1- . .; in raid Die
:gram, containing 211 netcs. 87 perches I about
100 acres of this tract arc cleared and under
cultivation. No buildings thereon.
5. All that tract marked (G) in said Dia
gram, youtaining 119 acres; woodland.
6. All that tract marked (K) in said dia.
gram, containiva 87 acres 147 perches wood.
?. 111 that tract marlted (L) in mid Dia
gram containing 148 ecru, and 83 perch°.
H. All that tract marked (M) in said Dia•
-grata containing 117 acres 147 pet ches ; wood•
9. A lot of .'aid in the village of Smith
&ld marked . ('); itt said Diagram, having
Ahem-eon erected a small log stable.
10. An undividetdinterest in 11iInwood Acnd
omy in Dublin townshp, the extent of which
interest will be made known upon the day of
11. All that tract marked (B) in said Dia
gram containing 203 acres 39 perches and
.called the "GeO'ard or Spring-house Farm."
About one halt of this tract is cleared and
,bas thereon a dwellling house saw-mill, and an
.eseellent spring of Water. .To he sold as the
real edate of Josuha W. Kerr, dec'd. under
his lust will.
12. All that tract marked in the said Dia.
gram' with the letter (F) containing 179 acres
124 perches and called the "Creek Form."—
About 811 acres thereof are cleared and a duel
ling house thereon erected, the allele tired part
of this tract is heavily timbered. To be sold
118 the real estate of theory M. Ker, dee'd. un
der his last will.
All these lands except Milnwood lie in one
body near the borough of Huntingdon and
*ill be sold together or separately so as to suit
purchasers terms. Cue third of the purchase
money to be paid on confirmation of the sale,
and the residue to be payable with interest at
ouch times as may be agreed upon on the day
of sale, The unpaid purchase money to be
Secured by bonds and mortgage.
Bale to commence at ten o'clock of said day.
Attendance will he given by
DAVID S. ItER, TruAtso EN.
here Meei 14358.—.1.
QTONE CROCKS, JARS, &c.,—a large stock
I '3 For rube at maolifacturers' prices by
"Thick Darknees COWS the Earth.
Aod Grovv Darkness the people.
COMMA? 1121111,CMAN/CS
And all.Othere, will take Notice!
THAT they Nan . supply themselves, in any
quantities with
Jones' Far Famed Patent
At the Wholesale and Retail HEAD QUAR
South SECOND Street,
The onlyplucc where exelnsive Agencies can
be obtained for the Slates of Pennsylvania,
New Jersey and Delaware.
These Lattips given light:equal in intensity of
flame, and similar in - appearance to tins, and
are claimed to he superior to all (Aber portable
lights, now in use. No fear of Explosion—No
offensive odor. --No smoke.—Very easily trim,
tned.—As easily regulated as a Gon
Can be adapted to all purimscs.—A ad better
than all for a poor man,-50 per rem. cheaper
than any other portable light, now in common
linapPd Patent HORill and Coal Oil
Slarl.amp, Oils, %Vicks, Shade, and every
article in the line. S. E. SOUTHLAND,
No. 38 Sontit Second Street, Philad.
5ept.8,..58.- • •
(Evinte of John Mingler, deed.]
Letters of Administration on the estate of
John Shingler, late of Todd township, dec'd.,
having been granted to the undersigned, all
persons having claims against said estate will
present the same for payment, and all persons
indebted will make p:soment to
Paradise Furnace, Sept. 8, 1858.
Mountain Female Seminary.
The Winter Teio of Mountain Female Se•
urinary will open Oct. 28th.
L. G. GRIER. Principal.
rEsttda rf Dr. ,Ittroh dre.'d I
The undersigned Auditor, tippointed by the
Orphan's Court of Huntingdon county, to die•
tribute the balance in the hands of Jane D.
Crewit, Executrix of Alfred B. Crewit, deed.
who was administrator of the estate of Dr. Ja
cob Iluffman, late of the borough of Hunting.
don deed., amongst those legally entitled there.
to, hereby gives notice to all persons interested
that he will attend at his 'ace in Huntingdon
on Saturday the Pith September next, at 1
cluck p. m.. fir the purpose of making said dis
tribution, ;viten and where all persons having
claims against said estate are requested to pres.
ent them to the undersigned nuditor or be do-
barred Iron, coming in up. said fund.
Tli EO. 11. CRENIER,
Aug. 31M.
A newspaper devoted to literature and agri
comure, also setting forth hill accounts of the
new settlemet of Hammonton, in New Jersey
can he subscribed for at only 25 cts. per annum.
Inclose r.t.gc stamps for the amount. Ail
ere,. to Editor of the farmer Hamm,. ton k timid°
Co. New .Jersey. Those a fishing cheap land of
the very hest quality, in one of the healthiest
awl most delightful climates in the Union, sec
advetti,ement of Hammonton Lands.-2t
Hammonton Lands,
FiEW FACIA Nil gF.ll , l.Vmumm
IN a healthy pin7e, twenty-five miles from Phil
adelphia, en the Camden Atlantic railroad,
New Jersey. An old estate has recently been
opened for sale, and the first division of 10,000
acres divided up into farms of twenty acres up
wards. The soil in of the best quality toot the
production of halts, grains, &c. The price is
slios2ol er acre, playable in easy quarter yearly
inttalments, within a term of four years, with
interest. 'lie terms ore mode easy, in order to
ja. ere the rapid improvetnent of the hand, by en
abling every industrious mnit to hay a farm. It
la now being extensively improved by good roads
and some of the hest citizens from New England
and the Middle States are erecting laige tmprove
silents. It is a scene of the, greatest improve
ment out of Philadelphia. Seventv-live
have been built in four months. Practical
Mil , and business men from the length owl
breadth of the Union are settling there. It is an
important business piece, on account of its being
Is the midst of a Brent market. Every article
reined upon this land finds an immediate sale.—
The water is excellent, nud no much thing an fe
ver is known. . .
The soil it a sendy or clay loom, eh!! a clay
bottom and retentive of manures. It it tree of
stones and is easily worked. It abounds largely
in Ito phosphates, and such is its fertility that
from the crops produced upon this land awl the
large eras adjoining under cultivation, it will be
foam' sot to be exc,llo anye here in the produc
tion of crops most adapted to its market.
The render man be pelt aware that the earliest
and the best frui•s and vegetables come from New
Jersey, which are annually exported t. the _
amount o f m il " . of "Nl' The WO, . FARM LANDS FOR SALE 25 MILES
sides being in every way accessible fur fertilizers FROM I'll IL A DELPIIIA by Railroad in the
has en abundant supply of the best quality of state of New Jersey. Soil among the host for
muck manure. Agricultural purposes, being a good loans soil
Lumber and building materials eon be bad on I with a clay buttons. The land is a large tract
the st ot at n cheap price, from the mills. O her ! dividud into small farms, and hundred.; front all
still ore now bring opened, and brick-yards I parts of the country are now se sling and hail
started en the ground. A person con pin ap It ding. The crops can . he seen growing. Terms
frame tenement for present convenience lin one ' f rom $l5 t o $2O p er acre , mo w° within fun•
hundred dollars. On account of the extensive nears b y jestomee„,„ To rim, the pl eee _
emigration, this is she best course to pursue in or- Leave Vine St. Wharf at Phila. at if n. tn. by
der to get II - place to live in a t fir s t. Carpenters Railroad fisr Hammonton, or address H. J. Byr
ond tint tees Ore on hand to put up houi , es on the nes, by letter. Sue full advertisement in ain
best terms. other soluturh-at.
In settlitig 'rare the emigrant has many mire 1.
[ages. Ile is within it few Mims' rde of the gre kt I PREMIUAIS .INIJ REGULATIONS
cities in the Middle Status AM/ New England , Ike
In nearhis old friends end associations ; he is in a , roe Tor
settled country, where evert. improvement au I FOURTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION
comfort of civilization is at hotel ; le is in a heal- or 'rota
thy piing. and is not sulkject to the certain ty oi
losing he ,
greeter part of his family and his own HUNT. CO. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
health by those malignant fever which make the 'ilk be held al Huntingdon, on Wednesday,
graves of so many millions of the young cud , Thursday arid Friday, October tith, 7114 and
hardy in Mr ow reigons away from home end ! ~h 1 858.
friends. Besides, he has a mild climate and an
'I I
open winter. REGULATIONS
Thera are three trains daily to Philadelphia, All stock, articles and manufactures offered
and to all those alio improve the railroad con, for. exhibition must be entered on the books,
pant• gives a free ticket. ! anti on the Fair ground by Id 11. a Thursday,
The reader will at once be strmk with the ad- in order to be admitted to competition and re
vkliauges here presented, mid ask himself why the
property has not been taken up before. The rea
son is, it was never thrown in the market; and IIIllg•
woless these statements were correct no one would Premiums will be awarded on Friday afrar
he invited to examine the and before purchasing. ' noon.
'Phis all are expect.' to do. They will see the , Awarding Committees have the power of
land wad. cultivation ; they will facet persons, scppl ding vac..., a, and ere requested to fur.
no doubt, from their own neighborhood; they will nisi, detailed written reports.
winless the improvements, end can judge at the Priers of Tickets for membership, 51. Sin
character of the pupulatikkm Persons should gle admission, 25 cents.
come prepared to purchase, as many are locating
and locations are nut held on refusal.
! The Hammonton Farmer, n monthly Literary I The Executive Committee have deemed it
and Agricultural paper, containing full intermit- expedient the pre.ent year to-dispense with a
lion or Hammonton, will be sent to each inqui- diseretikmaty Cominittee and award no prenti
ear, and can be obtained et 25 mete per annum. a ins for article' nut inetktiknied in the lint. This
Title indisIIIIIIIIII.• Wll"l'utee "ells given, arrangement is not intended to iiiierlbre with
I Clear of all iimumbranec; when Purchas o . o lleY or prevent the exhibitiou of any article what-
I is paid. Route to the land :—Leave Vine street eye ,.
whorl; Philadelphia. fur Hammonton by railroad. The laude al the
at S o ci ety are a presuk
at 1. A. M., and 5i P. 111; when there inquire
and the premiums awarded consequently light.
,' tor 51r. Byrnes, Boarding conveniences wit' be
I found. Letters and applications can be addressed The A' 311 " 1 " ° " will rel y e V' the pub l ic spar
'it and l iberal to S. B. COUGHLIN, 202 South FIFTH Street • emadua of ear lellew.eitizee ' t o
below Walnut. Philada. Maps and information sustain their own society, and by so doing to
cheertully fundshed. ; elevate the industrial arts, and aviculture! im.
Mar. 9.. rosermoro. movements in our midst.
At 439 Chestnut St. The only Original Gift Book
G. G. Evans would kiwi» his friends and the
public that his Star Gift Book Store and Pub.
lisping house is permanently established in
Brown's splendid Iron Building,43o Chestnut st.
two iloorq below Fifth, where the purchaser of
each book, nt the regular retail price. will re
seine one o f fhe following gills, valued a: front
25 cents to $100:
550 Paten!. English Lever Gehl
watch., $lOO 00 thch,
550 ?moot Author Lever Gold
Watches, 50 "
400 T.tulina' Gol 1 Watches, 18k.
35 00 •g
600 Silver Hunting Watches,
500 Parlor Timepieces,
1.500 6 ;
00 00 `;
500 Cameo Sets. Ear Drops aad
10 Of,
500 1.0 . los' Gold Bracelets, 5 00 to 12 00 "
500 Gents' Ve.t nod Yob Chains, 1U OU "
1000 Gold Locket.. (torgd size
double case.)
10 00 "
2000 Gehl .mekets, (small size,) 2 00 "
1000 G‘.1,1 Pencil Cases, with
G.. 1.1 Nos, 5 00 "
1000 Extra Gold Pons with cattes
and holder, 9 50
2500 (101,1 P.ineils, (Ladies'.) 2 00 "
251'0 Pena, with Silver Pen
cils, 2 50 "
2500 Ladies'9ol , l Pens, with Ca-
ses and Holders,
6500 Old Rings, (Lilies,')
2090 o.•nts' Gold Ring, 2 50 "
2500 Ladies' Gold Brestpins, 2 50 "
3500 Misses' Gold BLeastplns, I 50 "
3000 Pocket Knives, lOU "
2000 Sets Gents' Gold Bosom
Studs, 2 50 "
2000 Sets Gents' Gold Sleeve
2 50 "
2000 Pairs of Ladies Ear Drops, 2 50 "
0000 Ladies' Pearl Card Cases, 5 00
15000 Ladies' Cameo, Jet, or
Mosaic Pins, 5 00 "
2500 Ladies' Shawl and Ribbon
3000 Articles of Gold Jewelry, Gift Bnolts, &.,
&., not enumerated in the alm, worth
from 25 cents to $25.
Evans' new dat;logue, which is gent flee to
all parts of the country, contains nil the most
popular hooks of the day, and the newest pub
lications, all of which will he sold as low as can
be obtained at other stores.
Agents wanted in ever• town in the Union,—
Those desiring AO to net, can obtain full ',unio
nism by addressing the above.
N. 11.—ileing largely interested in publish
ing books, and haying from other publishers iu
immense tinsmith, fur cash, i am (molded to
make larger discounts to Country Agents nod
Book Dealers thin eau be had at any other
house in time country.
Any hook paltlxhed in the Un•ted States, the
retail price of which is ono dollar and epoch
will he looniptly sent, Gift included, on retieilA
of pahliThers price.
An extra $1 Hook and Gift given to any per
tee ordering ten kooks to lie bon to one ad
Send fur a Catalogue. Addreac ,
G. 0. EV ANS, Publisher
Aug. 31st, '59,3tu. 439 Chestnut St. Phila.
Notiee is hereby given, that 1 e:11.11 all per.
sons from purchasing rrom Edward Cux, a note
dated April, 1658,, and due on the 17th of De
cember, 185;4, given by me, fur ton dollars, as
I do not juiced to pay soil tote.
.ELIZABEFII ,-3:1.1,5K
Au .18.'uA.• ;t
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A general meeting of the Stockholders of
the Huntingdon and Broad Top Monmain
road and Coal Company, will be held on Wed
nesdity September 15th 1838 ut 111 o'clock, a.
In., at the Philadelphia Exchange, Phila. to
outsider the propriety of accepting theprorisions
the act ttl . assembly, approval March 1701
138 Authorising the issue of prelered Stock,
and for other busineas in relation to the inter
ests of the Company.
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By order of the Board of directors,
.1. P. AER'MEN
WAII wanting to emigrate to a mill climate
pond soil and fine market, see advertisements of
ilammonton Lands.-Attg. 25.-ft.
Not ice to Coal Purchasers.
Tub; subscriber is now prepared to furnish
it Coed & Coke at his bank at Lilly's Sta
tion, on the Railroad, of as good quali
ty ss eon he had on the mountain. I will run
coal to Hollidaysburg, or any other point on t to
lenv a. Ri' I, 11 application is nutde person-
all or by Litter.
I,SO—I will agree to deliver COKE 01 any
h.!, in ears, at Ibur und a quart. emigrer hush-
El viz :—Thirty-tive pound% to the bushel, or de
liver it in my own ears, at any point desired. at
the lowest possible rates.
For either al the above nrtieles. addres3
licinkek, Cumbria ('aunty,
where all oiulors will La propmply attended to.
Aug. 25, 1858.6 t.
Clan., 1— Horses.
Best bred stallion,
24 best do.,
3d best do.,
Best 2 year old,
2d hest do.,
3d best do.,
Best gelding, 2 year old,
2,1 best do.,
3d beet do., 1111 y,
24 best do.,
3tl best do.,
Best colt 6 0301. old or under,
24 best do.,
3d beat do.,
Best draught stallion,
Bent 3 year old do.,
Best I year old do,,
Beat under 1 year old.,
2d beet do.,
Best filly, 3 year old,
2nd best do.,
3d best do., -
Bent colt 2 year old,
2d best do.,
Best brood mare,
2d best do.,
3d best do.,
Bast yearling colt,
241 best dn.,
3,1 best do.,
Best drought horse,
2.1 best do.,
3d best do.,
Best riding do.,
2(1 best do.,
Best pair match horses,
2.1 best do.,
Boottrottiug horse,
2,1 best do.,
Best family horse,
241 best do..
Best pair mules.
2d best do ,
I 50"
I 00 •'
Awarding Commitice.—Gen. S. Miles Green
Jas. K. [lampoon, Abm. Lewis, Jas. S. Oaks,
Dr. R. A. Miller.
Class 2.—Neat Stock.
8000 T HORN .
Best hall,
2d best do.,
Best cow,
2,1 best do.,
Best heifer,
2d best do.,
Best calf,
2d best do.;
Best bull,
21 best do.,
Best cow,
2d best do.,
Bost heifer,
2.1 best do.,
2.1 best do.,
2il• [l , (10.,
2.1 llost do.,
Bost heifer,
2d he do.,
Best (lilt;
2& best do.,
Best. work oxen,
2d Lest dn.,
Best . Jllll,
2d L,,,
Bei.t row.
211 beg do.,
2 year ...I
2‘l best d,
du•ardiag Conidlittee.—Kenzie L. Green,
Eli Wakefield, Pot, Livingston, Perry Moore,
rho, Whittaker, dr.
Ciasd 3.—/Logs,
2tl hest do.,
2tl best du.,
Best sow.
211 hest (10,1
Best litter of pigs, n 00
24 best do.,
Best ehester white,
2,1 lore, do.
A tr , t,ling Conunittee.—Col, S. S. Wharton,
Jima, Miller. (Creek.) Jnihua Greenland, John
Garner, Jr., Benj. 1.. Neff.
Vass 4. Sheep.
Ileet 10t. , w00l buck (13nhervell) 5 00
21 best tin., 1 00
_ . . .
Br!t (10. : (;.olithdowil)
3,1 best do.,
Best line wool,
241 beit do.
Beer do. owe,
Ad beet do.,
Best lung•wool 40.
2d hest .ii,
Best Southdown,
Yd best do.
Onmniiliee.—Geo. W. Speer, Dii•
vid Rupert, John Jackson, Jas. :11,70w, David
Class B.—Plowing,
. ,
2d do.,
3d do.,
41i do.,
Awarding Comngee.—John Colder, Jar.
Wilsn..lolin ll...came, James R. Lane, Da•
cid Barrick.
Class 6.-3griculturd Implements.
Brat plow, . 3 00
2d host clown, 1 00
Cost barrow,
2d beet do.,
Brat cultivator,
2 , 1 be:o 1 00
Best hillside plow, 2 00
2d best do.,
2d best do.,
wheat drill,
2d hest do., . 200
Best complanter, 2 00
2d best do., . 1 00
Best mower and reaper, 3 00
2d hest do., 2 00
Bost horse-rake, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Awarding Committee.—John S. Isatt, Sam'l
Wigtn, Geo. Wilson, Esq., (Tell) Jacob
Sharper, Snail Stryker.
Best white wheat, 3 00
hest do.,
3rl best do., 1 00
Best rod, 3 00
2d best do., . 2 00
:1,1 beat do., 1 00
Best yellow corn, 1 00
2d heat do., 60
Beat white do., 1 00
2d best do., 60
. __
Beet rye.
2d best do.,
Best mktg.
2a twa do.,
- ,
11,v bnekwhetit,
2.1 do.,
Beal barley, l 00
2d best do., 50
Awarding Conitnitten.--David Dune. Robt.
Tussoy, Thos. F. Stewart, Hays Hamilton, Jas.
Clan B.—Domestic Manufactures—
$7 00
4 00
Yellen on Horses.
3 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
3 00
2 00
1 00
'lest bread, 3 00
2d best do., 2 00
3d best do., 1 00
Best pound cake, 1 00
2,1 best do., 60
Best sponge cake, 1 00
2d beat do., 50
Beat jelly cake, l 00
3d best do., 50
Best pie, 1 00
3d best do., 60
Best butter, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
3d best do., 50
Best cheese, 1 00
2d beat do.. 50
Best domestic sugar, 1 00
2d beet do., 60
Best maple molasses, 1 00
3d best de., 60
Best. Sorghum molasses, 1 00
3d best do., 50
Best ripple butter, 1 00
2d best do., . • • 50
Best tomato ketchup, 1 00
3d best do., 50
Best honey, 1 00
3 , 1 best do„ 50
Best jelly, 1 00
3,1 best do., 50
Best preserves, L 00
2d best d0.,50
. .
Best pickles, 1 00
3d beat do., 50
Best domestic wine, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
3,1 best do., 50
Best vinegar, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best barrel of flour, 2 00
2d best de., 1 00
Awarding Committee.—Wm. Dorris, Jr., Miss
Fanny Neff, Mrs. Mary Neff, (Alexandria)
Iliac llat.nalt Green, Geo, W. Johnston, Esq.
Class 9—Household l'abrica.
Best Carpet $2,00
3d best do., 1,00
Best Flannel,. 2,00
3d best do., 1,00
Beet Quilt, 2,00
2d best do., 1,00
3d best do., SO
Best hearth rug, 1,00
3d best do., 50
Best pair wool. socks, 50
Best worsted seeks, 50
Best ornamental do., 50
Best needlework do., 1,00
3d best do., 50
Best hard soap, 1,00
2,1 best do., 50
Best candles, 1,00
2,1 1,, ,, t do., 50
5 00
3 00
4 00
3 00
3 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
5 00
3 00
4 00
3 00
3 00
Alvarding Committee.—Joln, Porter of Al
axondria '• Miss. Prudence Jackson; Miss.
Emily J. Lose;
A slim a ii.
Gloss 10.—Foncy Needle and ornamental
BMA specimen of faney needlework, $l,OO
2d best do.. • 50
Best shell work, 1,00
2d best do., 50
Best ornamental needlework, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best 8,11.61 embroidery, 60
Best Crotchet work, 50
Rest lamp mat, 60
Best net work, 50
Best worsted quilt, 50
Best bead work, 50
Belt clilkiclitnif -14--- id
Best embroidered slippers, 60
Awarding Comnutte —F. H. Lane; Miss.
C. 'l'. Benedict, Miss. Sallie Shaver, Miss. An
on, Porter, Geo. H. Steiner,
Class— Media:deal Implements and Man
Best two horse carriage, $2 00
" buggy, 1 00
" set of sitigla harness, I 00
'• do. farmirg harness, 1 00
" saddle told bridle, 1 00
" pair of boots, 1 00
" " shoes, 50
" side of role leather, 1 00
" kip and calf skin. 1 00
" side harness and upper leather,. 1 00
'' lot of cabinetware, 3 00
' 1 and greatest variety tin ware, 1 00
" do. ago. .d earth ware, 1 00
washing tuaeltine, 50
" churn, 1 00
" meat vessel, 1 00
" specimen of marble work, 2 00
" cook stove, 1 00
" pair home shoes, 50
" corn broom.6o
_ _ ..
5 00
3 00
4 00
3 00
3 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
6 00
4 00
6 00
3 00
4 00
3 00
__... -.—....
Awarding Committee—A. \V. Benedict, Sam
H. Bell. Jacob Cresswell, A. Clark Nylon ; B.
F. Hazlett.
ClesB I•2—Fritits.
Best and greatest variety of apples, 3 00
2d best do., 2 00
3d best do., 1 00
Best dozen of Fall apples, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Best winter do., 2 00
2d heat do., 1 00
Best and greatest variety of pears, 4 00
2tl best do., 2 00
Beat dozen of winter, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Beat fall do.. 2 00
2d best do., 1 60
Bost and greatest variety of pouches, 2 00
2d hest do., 100
. ~..
B at dozen do.,
Id best do.,
Best quinces,
2d best do.,
Best and greatest variety of plums,
2d beat do.,
Bek dozen do.,
2d best do.,
Best and greatest variety of grapeq,
00 2d bel do.,
3 00 3(1 best do.,
Best native grapes,
2d best do.,
Best foreign do..
2d beet do.,
Best wild or fox do.,
2d best do.,
Awarding Committee—Joua. 3,l 4 Williams,
Thomas Fisher, James Galbraith. Joe. M. Ste
vans, Andrew G. Neff.
Class 13. Vegetables.
Best mid greatest variety of potatoes, ,2 00
2d best d 0.,• 1 00
3d best do., 60.
Best tteslinnttocks, , 1 00
mexieun,,. . 1 00
" pink eye, 1 00
" white, . 1 00
" red, _ . , 1 00
44 blue, 1 00
4 ' sweet, 1 00
2d best do., 5.1
Best tomatoes, 1 00
2d best do., 75
,0d best do., 50
Best and greatest variety of tomatoes, 100
Best purple eggs, 50
2d best do., 25
Best peppers, 1 00
2d best do., 60
Best mange! weasel,. 1 00
2,1 best do., 60
Best rota bags, 1 00
t'd best do, 50
Best sugar beet, -- r — o
24 heat do., 60
Best tobacco, 1 00
2d best do , 60
a parsnips, 60
" carets, 60
Best turnips, 60
Best onions, 60
2d best do., 26
Best celery, 60
2a best do., 25
Best cauliflower, 60
2d beet do., 25
Best pumpkins, 60
24 best do, 25
Best pie do., 60
24 hest do., 25
Beet quatbep,6o
24 best do., 25
B"st water melon, 60
2d best do., 25
Best muskmelon, 60
2d best do., 25
Beat beans. 60
2d best do., 25
Beet peas, 50
2d best do.. 25
A warding Commistee Dr. inn. M'Cul
loch, Eiislia Shoemaker, Mrs. E Stitt, Miss
Ruth Cummins, John Rnng.
Class 14—Floral Department.
Boo• display of flowers in bloom, 3 00
2d best do. -, 2 00
3d dost do.. 2 00
Best display of plants in bloom, 200
2d best do., 1 00
8d best do., 50
Best •Display of dahlias in bloom, 8 00
2d best do., 2 00
3d best do., 1 00
Best baguet of (lobelia, 50
Best. briquet of flowers, 50
2d best dn.. 25
Best floral design, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
3d best do., 50
Awarding Committee—Ed. Snare, Mrs.
Jos M. Stevens, Miss Josephine Cress.
well. Miss Margaret Duff, Col. J. A. Doyle
Class 16—Poultry.
Best and largest lot pure bred, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Best pair or two of shanghais, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best do. cochin chine, 1 00
2d best do.. 50
Best do. brstunapootra, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best do. dorkings, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best do. spangled hamburg. 1 00
2d beat do , 50
Best do. game of any variety, 1. 00
2,1 best do., 50
Best du poland, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best do. jars fowls, 1 00
2d beet co„ 50
Best do. mixed breed, I 00
2d best do., 50
Best turkey, 1 00
2d brat do , 50
Best ducks, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best geese, 1 00
II best d,,, 50
!lest guinea fowls, • ' 1 00
-' :0 warding Committee--Dr D. Hosts,
12, B. IV igtott, John Flener, Jas. !lender.
sac, Jahn Myerley, D. Clarkson. G. W.
Cranes, John Owens, Wm. K. Rehm,
'rho. P. Love.
Class 16--Painting.
Rest oil painting, 1 00
St best do., 50
Best lithograph in oil, 1 00
20 best do., 50
Best nil painting on glass, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best crayon drawing. 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best painting in water colors, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Awarding Committee-- Rev. A. NI. Bar
nitz, Mrs. D. Blair, Miss Julia Miles. Miss
Charlotte Kidder, Miss Ann Young.
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Aug.] 8,'68..1v
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name length of time.
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r. Centre county.
Aug. 18 1888-ly
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