Anderson Herald Bulletin, July 8, 1870

Anderson Herald Bulletin

July 08, 1870

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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1870, Anderson, Indiana fpjpippyiif ^^'li^asiiatiHHSssas^pR. p. ^OOt^ \ V Recitleaee-Stt K. MimfMipFi «tt^ «itoe* « Virgin.» AvenM. iBiNuHnIi«. 1 am K<vinz •p«clia sttentWii 'tib the trcifii-men* of Xasia C«tariii.chroaie and «cot« mt« Throat*. IloAr»n^ and Um of V^oe. Atm-^ Bronchitis, Con*oin|>tioB Ihsroffula. Kraptive Ui!iea»csof the Skin. Oiscas«« «f M'otaen, and all chronic diMaws leadlnfcto Confumption. I have had large exueriCBce in the ti«atMient ofdi«ca<^ot the air parage« and have all the improved apparatus for a ceri-ect diagnMi« and «acoeMful Ureat-inentort»-.-ni. Send for free ('ircntar on Cktarrbal and ConMim|>itre Disease*. OFPICK Hocus Iron 9 A. V. to 4 P. li. 4B-ibS nkM.CIAS IN THE^ COUNCIL. ^EW yo yHE J^INE, J^ET J MB j^ALL ^HEI^ ^heV VOL. 3. ANDERSON, MADISON C0.> INDIANA; FKIDAY MORNING; JULY 8, 1870. NO. 2. INDIANA-HER GSOWIKQ TBADE.A CHARTER ASKED WOA Ualar to Oreuiia«-On SalttraaT last Mr. D. Vawtcr, Ur. Syfield and llr. Jeoninet, of the city of Trmnklin, came ta Anderson, to ace p^^ap., grnxm moreii any, interest ont people wonld take in „p„jy ¡„ ^^ fc^ jean., than any oth the crection of pu worki. After haringl^^^^^ ^^ comineroe. Whi'e this ftct talked pretty freely with the people on ^ppj^^ ^^ j, The Oil Eo^e of Frank Boyd, Sidianapolis. The oil trade, be;;ining with the firot use of the refipcd oil from coal, and continnins PBEHIVII LIST. RÜLES AN» REGULATIONS Agri- Monday, they visited tht City Council on Monday night. Mr. Vawter prpscnted to or tbe Madison Comity cultural Society. INTRODUCTORY. The Diiectors of the iladisoi^ Co1Ji»ty Agricultural SocietT.o« presenting this, jW t te third annual premium list. urRently rc- ««"»onzea AWARDING COMMITTEE^ fnll und CLAM V^ACXI AÌTD ifUtM« CLAM OoVOUtftm AVb OABIVBT WABX. Best Jmék 4 yean oM or orer......$13 00 Best collection ..........^ B«MJ«(t87Mnotdnda * --------« --— «« on «nd to tli¿ Ás¿>ci«Ío'n. obsetriM « jem old «ttd a it is noe <Ae jiurpou o/tk, Auociatlimt, BE-jg^« P* ««»«• « o« mr A nn ^JLJaZ.^^, .«KiKStUvn.-in Best mile S Tcan old and t CO BertcoUectteii^iior furniture.....10 00 ftOOBertcolleetloüihMBberftirtó««... 6 00 or OTW. underS.. WABD unmÑitoriófas ezhilnUons-in •»»/("•"■^'¿■.y*^, . . . ^ __. Department, but to do fUi àd «mpleju^.;8^te^Muíe ;múe heats; three; to saddle or bare^bwk.- no A majört^ of the Judjtes appointed «po»!®™ fJÎÎ^'îï®'^ „ iy cla«s,shAUtonstituteaquorum,«ndbe,«"*»»«®to 60................. «00 ithòrized to award Dremiom«; »nd the'___________ 10 00 Best bureau........................................2 00 5 CO Bestbedst^......................S 00 B«stwardn^......................................3 00 Best cscteasioa table..........................9 00 Best soft................................................f 00 Beat center table,..................................1 00 AH the ahore d«» to b« manufiictvedlarly appUcablo to Indianapolis. £ot a^ _ _ few years «go the entire sales of Ihls kinfljhiì'^tìon of improTCmonU the CoancU an ordinance, grantingacUartcr, " ^ ^ gtock, manufactiires, fciricuUural ization of the ' Anderson ^^ ^yipioducts. and household »rrtcles: rifcg articles ot merit, let and exhibit the same to that with theexcepti^n of Cleveland «djtheir n« the list shall be Chairman. Ö-cattm.bm«»iw a«,ot«««.'j„ ^le county. satisfied as to the Best buQ S yean old or orer.......$10 00 s ORiriTf VITV1T wiU apply to the Second best..... ................ » 0®, 'Sti •iiîâfw CULTURAL AHB nORTI-DEPARTMENT. for the organization light Company/' giv<ng ccrtain rights and franchises, and making ccrtain agreements on the part of the city. The ordiaance was read by Mr. Byficld, allcr which Mr. Thompson wanted to know the cost to the city for maintaining each gas post. Mr- Vawter replied that the cost woaH be, as the charter says, abont thirty^siz fifteen barrels per year. Now there be no comMtitioo, Judges on animals will bare regard to 'Svond best.... .'. .s.......... STmmctrv.early matnritv, Bize,general char- jBest cow è^eaen old and under 4... 10 00 6 001 - S 00 CI,ASS A—«BAM, nOIT, nOWSBS, BTCt 10 00' , 1 l.u_w*«„*i_ -»J«K« acteristics of Hie breed'which ther jadge. Best lieiferl year old and undej 2 sales amount to many thousand barrel», so | them bring Aem^ an^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ dlowances for' IfctAss h-<satti.. ros pia.t ruQiOSKS. Best milch cow, any ag« or breed. .$10 00 1 Bèst 5 pounds batter..............$ 9 00 2 M Beat 6 pounds bouey (in the oojab). f 00 : IriBestloafwiieatbread............. 100 to this fact it Ì3 rlaimcù tliat dcalcra can ilolUrsper post. In Franklin the cipcnse ^^^ ^ as púd from the general fund of the city. The people of FranLIin waat more posts V#J'iBore bamcrs ia private houses. The •tpense of lighting the streets should be grounds, live stock, manufactures, ag-Pit.si)uf*.itu paid that a laigcr quantity of I ^^fj^^ pi;oducts, etc., etc., thus exciting this article is shl^npcd fiom that mr.-ket emaljtion in the improyemeot of stock, in progress of farming, and in securing the faciiit^ afforded by invention, in lessening Ubor in all departments of iodnstry. The grounds arc in good onler (or the exhibition of everyriiin» to adranlage. C«h premium'!, $.>,030. Our Fair prounds are the most complete in tbe Siate, including halK stalls, etc.. than from any other western city Its ccn tral location and great shipping faciliJes, commend it to refiners gencnlly, and the product of nearly creiy oil region in the there obtain oils o.'every kind anl quality ^cst time tracks in thé State mannfac^ured, rnd in'a ly quantity desired of Indiana, without exception. JHo preminw «ill be awarded barren Shales exltlbited in breeding classe<. Judges are instructed n^ to diyidc out CLASS Z—CATTLS, BWUrCtAXKS. premiums among exhibits, but In all g^j ^ ^r breed.......$15 cases to airard the p^itanft to the b«t ^^ ^^ ^ oi breed........ ft ^ chcapcr than at the rcfi aeries. Apprcciat-lK>me l.y the city. Mr. V. thocfht gas'ing the adyantages of a ra Iroad centre ot ■works in And.Tson would pay afier bemgL,,i3 iggy, d,. l. Wood and Mr. ia operation a year or two. IIo said each ^ open^j ^ sale of oils, at Ko, 15 :$uuth Meridian tlie it. ]arap post would ronsnme ten thousand ieet per year. Will Lum more than u pri- the style of Woo-l & 2?oyd. Snb- vateW-nsr. A street luAi) burner ii no gcquently they removed to No. 22 in the article Judges will bo expected to TJ asons for their decisions. Each Committee Will make its report of awards to the Sccreury^ at the bnsiness office, as early as possibk after iu complex tion. 00 00 C^^ Best bnU,exhiUtedwHh five of hU calves....... .............15 00 Herd oí cattle owiabo by one exhib- ' Best loaf wheat bread, yeast ri^ine.. Best t^oUactioB cakes by one exhib« itor.......................... Best barrel wbito wheat flour....... Best banel red wheat flour......... B. itor Best five fat steen...... Best five tnt hogs. 10 00 1 00 9 00 3 00 8 00 Best bushel white wheat...........$ Best bushel red wheat............ Best bush lye.................. Best bushel oats.................. %iiere bas lately been a grMtdo* cline in PAINTS,OILS,TARNISHES We bought Uurgelr de- eliue in g>Id, and CAKlNDWILLSILLmcmmT YOU CAN SAVE MOKEY bylbuying at Henflerson*» Drug Store, ANDERSON, IND. t4««m I Best collection >f grain............ K ^ half bushel white com in ti>« The decisions of the Committees wHl be S ........... ? SL '.V V "u V ........* V Mablon IL Pearson, of War-,rcn county, has been instructed 8 Commissioners of that 50 CLASS J—noos. same street, tum secunag a more commodious house with the advantage of a ware-room entrance on Pearl street. In April, !866, Mr. Boyd purchased t'lc entire store, since which time he has carried on his i^torc under the stvle of Frank A. Boyd. Ujon entering the front frc»* Meridan REGULATIONS. J Any improper interfetrnce with the du The following rules and regulations for^tios of tìie Awarding Committees, will be tbe ^oyeounent of tlie Madiiton County , reported to the Secretarr, and awards wUI AgricuUural Fair Grounds were adopted bo witldicld for this reason. Exhibitors will determine fully in what'Ì)est boar 1 vear old and under 2.. class tlicy desire to c«mi)ete belerò maldi^ ; Best boar nnder 6 months old.. by tlie Board for 1869 ; 1. The grounds shall be under the man Best boar 2 years old and orer Second best.'....... Icounty to obtain tbe name, com-jpany, regiment and proper rank Hampghiro street in that city, for Ateart Wmui Lttm Toffk-ll0W»ie lo|iiei ker Biitali of Goes to lmMllNr» Wbfi Qaiet^ mCSM. Three weeks mo a xreil dreif^ ed woinM »rriirea in this citj tI» the Hudson River railroad. The;^ was apparently nothing wrong about her. She was modest in demeandr and of ^ tacitom dis^ position. X^or two she stop^ ped at the Metropolitan Hotel, and then ^ent to 150 East Twenty third street to board. On Satur- ' day Sa»t the went to £iiroi>e in the steamer City of Washini^n. She gave her namo at Mra.l^fling; .iHie said that Bh<* had sepecated, and that an equal division of property had been msde bsfore the seperation. Her share, she said, amounted to a ti ifte over «20,000, and she exhibited Government bonds and bills to that amoniit in support of her assertion. AYhen asked why i^e desired to visit Europe, she replied { wishio live alene. I shall never marry again. The in terest of the money I have in myposses-feion will keep me until death. I have lieen enough of life, and only desire quietness and peace." It now appears that Mrs. Hoefling was the wife of Fredrick Iloeffing, of Quincy, Illinois. Mr« Hoeiling kept a jewelry store oa agement and control of ihe Hoard of Direc-! application for eutiies. tors o( the socicty, and forced. shall be strictly en-2. No person shall be allowed to hitch ADMISSION. Admission tickets- Twcnty-fivo "fetiits. any horse, mare, mule, or othcr aiimal, tol MTill he takcn np at the gate, and no checks any of the trocs or sappiin;:;:s growing with-issued for return. larger tlian a private burner. Colonel R)>an>on boing prcsi'nt was asked to give hii views- He looked upon th» passage of the ordiaance a* bei ng of no binding force, only as an intention of what l.ind of a contract can be made. He thought Ihb introdactina of p as would be desirable. The amount named in the charter was onlya limit. He fpoLe of the cost. A store of, . . , ............. ......... ......— ______-......—, - .. . - • several burners would cost two or ,hrce to the ouUido of the fence surrounding the ^iockholders arc posttlvely prohibited un- ^.M.rc iw... «»«nth r. v^f« Hcrc is to bc fcund what is Saidto'gToundi, nor to place anvwapon, carriagei'jp'" t^" prmledge from uking to the dollars i>.r month. r.n..te „ . ,, j, ,, under ibe found in any other oil house in the Best sow 2 years old and over..... Best sow with not less than 5 sucking pigs...»...-...'....... Best collection of hogs owned one exhibitor....."..•.... ■.■..'. ' ^ .'. in tlie endosare of tke Fair grounds, or to cut into oriniureany Rowing troc or sapiling contained therein, or ii:su-k orde-face any ot the buildings. 3. No person shall be allowed to tie or hitch any horses, marcs, or othcr animaU, Single I nicies to enterOrounds 25cciit«. Two horse carriai^........... .25 cents. Two hor»e wagon .... w ."....■. 85 cents. Single horso................ .25 ccnti. Officers and stockholders will be admitted Tree of ciiarge, un ler the above regulations. CLASS K—EKKBr, FIKB WOOL. Best buck S J%ari old and over... .$ 5 00 Second best.... ............... liest buck 2 yean old .and under two ........................................5 00 Bost buck lamb................................4 00 Best ewo 2 yettfs old and under.... 5 00 Best ewe Uinb..............................4 ■would ccst mcch less Would cost less than coal oil-no d inner, better light, clean "" ¡of the cit)nnds, under a penilty of paying and is alu-inry. It would be an addition theresr of this room is a fine of not less than one dollar nor mure tJ the enterprise ot the city to have thejt^c«!« grease and paint room, which, of than five dolUrs and costs, streets lighted by gas. Ofci)nrscit would l«»»'^.»«'^cll stockcd with these articles. L9 to the interest of the company to fell gas I Entering a cellar from this room we eslowas possible. He had no doubt of|Co»ne ¡ato » »"oo«» f"«" storing benzine, the fcbility of the gentlcmsn to carry out end burning oils, extending front•wlist they agree. Had seen the gas in Col umhas and kuow the ^ople were satisfied. to the street. The bcnzVne which is mostly nse-l by printers, and the gasoline, which 4. The Fair grounds have lieen purchased by ths company for the benefit of ngricnltnre, tke mechanic arts, aal tlie If the chartcr is granted and stock is not ,i« used in Ward's patent Said bamcrs,mnst ».uliscribed of course the city is not bound.ibo well protected froximity to fire. Hence, The city has but one obligation to perform, !he store« them in rliis r .)om. In tljc rc.v of and that is to put np the jKtsts. Mr. Vawter said that it would cost the company about fort^- thousand dollars to ercct wcrks, etc., and they must have encouragement. He thou'ihi that before tweire months gas could be hud in this citr. Tlie li,;ht is nat cxpcafive. the axle grease room, we come to the oil room, and still in fhe rear of this we come to the general shipjiing room, which also has an entrance fiv-m Pearl street.— iinprovemcuts of domestic animals, tl c grounds are hcrtby esj)ecially dedicated to the acmmplishment of these ends. They shall always h&vc preference over all others in the use of the grounds. 5. No charge shall every be made for the use of the grounds to Sunday schools, benevolent societies, fon.th of Julycelebra-lard tions. pic nics from town or couatry, nor to (hose who seek pleasant ur innocent amusement, without the design oi pecuniary gain. C. The ground.'» Vliall Ti'^t 1)6 open on Beneath thegcncial shippi.ng room we find SiinJar for trotting, pacing or jirarticing another cpacions cellar, which is „jcd |'l®"«-'»; V''®'T-® I lion of the Chnstam Sabbath, ond IS calcu-for storing varnishes, pauit. &c. Sail an- ^ ^^^ Mr. I^îr.ivrpson—" In case the citizens on i®'''®'' ^ «"»»»«S pecking. any street woul 1 lake saificient gas, would ih; company j-cquirs the city to erect the posts f" Mr. Vawter replied that it the company w lald the city shoullJ not object. Dr. Chittenden was much in favor of gas. zens chould disconragc. It is located immediately above the gener- 7. All persons dcsi.ing to practice al shipping room- Altogether, Mr, Bovd'sl'-raia on Uie track, shall, .«t all times, establishment is much larger .han onej^;»^:^^^^»^® ^ would suppose fi-om Eimply «^ssing ii on | ^ j^^^E laid do^n in this List the street. Njt only is he prepared to iup-|of I'lemiams will be itrictly adhered to, ply the various products of natural oil, but exccpt in cases of accident or unavoidable PROGRAMME. Tcebdat 13th—Fir.ST Day—Entriei of stock and articles for exhibition, arrangement of business and Madison Countj trot and pace. Wedsesd-vt 14th—CCKTIHTTATIOir or Entriks, 12 M.—Rackiui Horses, Satldle Horses, Light Harness or Buggy Horses, Heavy Draught 1'cam, Blows, Fanning Machinery, Furniture and Irotting horsos ne ^er having made better time than 2,50 ThurìDàì 15ih—Fast pace, Matched Hoises, Horses for general purposes. Heavy Draught Horses, Jacks and Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Poultry, Leather Mannfac-tnres. Marble Work, Carrias^es and Buggies, Wofions, tc., Vegctablei, Traits, Jellies and Slqw Mule. Fhidat 16th-Fast trot, Domestic Manufactures, Graim and Seeds, Miscellaneous, Pcnmansh p, Drawing. Flowers, I>oublj team trot, &c. LIVE STOCK DEPARTMENT. lie proposes to furnish all kinds of satislactory proof in five. ' . ¡sha!] be fumiähed to t CLASS A—TROTTINO AS® rÀCIlró HOnSBS. Best trottiug mare or horse.......$200 00 Secoml bcst.................... 75 00 Third bast...................... Ì5 0«) Five to enter and tliree to go ; best thrce al- We have an cxtnwrdinary opportunity to have ga. now. Outside parlies will take in writing hank, resin, wool and tanner's. He is not only a dealer bat a manufacturer as well, his axla giease and some of his oils being prepared in tbe citv. One ol his spcciuli- tias in wo3! oil. He cla ms that this oil will wa.sh out cRsily uní not leave color or spot on the fiucst rabric. Another si>ecialty ii his luhri-vaiing nils. It is sail that a the Board of Directors ; parlies on^ideraLle stack, and wc should not l:)w thi< opportunity to pass by. Wc arc Fpeadin» nure miney now for inferior li;:!:t t'lan gas would cost, aisd consiilcring the safety and efficiency ot gas light w e can ^•cll aiT'jrd to invest. Mr. Thompson moved to refer the ordinance granting charter to a spccial cjm-niitiee composed of three Councilmcn. The commiitse is Thompson, Pence and Drcs-Mr. TROTTIXÒ. Wm- Cbim. resident JoHîT F. WiLt>i»A}í, Sacictary. GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS. An entry fee of 10 per cent will be charged on all live stock, carriages, buggies and wagons. Stalls for ntock wi'I only be re.^rred in th'iir regular nuralicred order in each clans. lar<;c cuanlity of the lubricating oils which ¡'"»""i^'Cing u ttA nuuilfr one. Application must be natie to the ."iuperintendent. The exhibition ot stock oh i other articles will commence at the time and proceed are now u.scd, ere made from the rcsiJnm ur di-eg<t of coal oil, and arc comparatively worthless. Mr. Boyd propo<;es that as he ttannfac-tnrcs his own lubricating oils that he will Father McMahon, the priest who was so long confincd in a Canadian priion , Fçnian, spent the 4th in this city. He par jguaranty tiiem and all articles sold at his tkipat : d in the festivities of the Catholic;C''tabliïhment, nnd if goods arc not as rep- .5.^0 00 . 25 00 . 10 GO ¡Best trotting horse or marc... 'Sei-ond best............... Tlmd best............... Open only to horses never haying made liettcr time than 2:50. Five to enter and three to go; bust thrce in firo' TROTTILO. Best collection of com, qnalty and value o( rariety considered...... $ 5 00 collection sweet potatoes...... 2 00 collection cmss seeds......... g QQ'Best half btuhd Irish potato»."..'.. o Best collectioil potatoes, all kinds.. QQ Best collection-tomatoes........... I Best collettion c-ibbago............ . QQ' Bost colle.-tion peppers............ Brist coIIcction squtishes.......... Best collection musk and watermelons.................. 3 00 Bost collection pumpkins......... 1 00 To entHlo to a premium in this class the 3 ^'articles muit be raised by one man, the exhibitor. 60, of all soldiers of Watren colliity who were killed or died in the laie and tò immedîatel/ 2 Ott 1 oovebelliöü, ool ' 60 procure good, plain marble slablb 2 00'at the lowest figures per contract, at 10 60 CLASS c—»BUITS. iBost collection apples............$,2 00 S'>roe years and amassed quite a fortunis. .Through tho advice of some friends, he resolved to sell out his business and seek a better field for operations in California. This was 'done. On closing up his dccouhts Mr. Hoefling cleared about $l8v000. Having great tjonfidcnce in his wife, he gave her $4.000 with which to come to this Ti.« T«^!./. U.tif^. pu-ni-«, city and buy a stock of Jewelry -The Terre Haute to furnish the California stores- says a woman m Vigo county has Ujr. ijoofing was *.o use the re- helped her husband to raise seven- maiftiftg $14,000 in purchasing a ty acres of wheat. She helpednlace of ousiness in thefar ^est. 501 and report IJ sitting of the missione'rk the nest regular Board of Com- LOXG WOOfc. Best buck 2 years old and over. . .$ 5 Second best.................... 8 Best Imck 2 years old and under 2... 5 Best buck lamb.................. 4 Bc|t ewe 2 years old and over.... 5 Best ewe lainb ... ........... 4 VlDDtB WOOL. Best buck S years oil and orer... .$ 5 00 8 00 5 00 4 00 5 00 4 00 00 Best collection of pairs. Best collection grapes.......... Best collection peaches....... Best collection plumbs........... Best collection quinces.....'....... Best collection fruits of all kinds... In tills class at least five variaes must bo shown ii entitle the exhibitor to a prcnu turn, and must be raised and cateiM by by one exhibitor. Sccond best.....................1 Best buck I year old and under 2... Best buck lamb.................. Best ewe 2 re^ old and over...... Best ewe lamB................... CLASS L—^POCLTRT. Best pair bhick spanish...........$ 2 00 Best pair brama?............................2 00 Hen pair polands................................2 00 Best pair dorkings..............................2 00 Best pair black bantams......................1 00 Best pair silt-cr banta ms ..............1 00 Bc.«t pair chickens of any kmd..'.. 2 00 Best pair game diickens... '. >..2 00 Best pair tame geese.... ..............1 OO Best pair wild geese........................1 00 Best pair turkeys......:................I 00 Best pa r muscovoy ducks.....1 0<.) Be:>t puif pea fowls........................2 (0 Best pair guinea fowls....................1 00 Best co.lectionpoultry ot all kinds. 5 00 MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT. him by standing in the door nnd 2 ^ broom at him when he 2 oojsat down to rest, thus keeping 2 2 5 00 ^ him at work. CLASS D^FMWBXS, fiest eolts^tlon grM^houso plants .$ 2 00 Best ba.sket cut flowers......................50 Best boquet round..........................50 Best boquet pyramid........................53 Best boquet mantle..........................50 ftest collection daliMes..................1 00 Best display 01 Geraniiutts ..............1 00 Best display of flowers of all kinds. 4 00 CLASS E—TABLE COXTOBT^. Bt't collection jellie«, made by ext liibitor......................$ 2 00 Best collection fruit butters..............I 00 Bost collectijn pickles....................50 Best collection dried tmits................50 Best collecti >n canned fruiu, canned by exhibitor. .... w..........................2 00 Best collection jellies, preserves, butters, picklcs and canned rruits of ail kinds, ^ade by one exhibitor;5 00 MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMEKT picnic at the Fair Ground. The machine shop, of the Michcncr resent««!, purclisscrs can return them and he will pay all expenses incurred. The following note Irom the proprietors 61 the the order named in the programme. All exiiibitors of stuck are requested to have the snu\e acccesib'e to visitors for in-»pection from 0 o'clock, A-M, to 5 o'clock, p. M., keeping their stalls in a clcanly condition. Kntriss in all cases must bo made on the Sccrcti'.ry's booVs, and the entry card properly a:ttclied, before artielo^'or animals Best trotting horse or mare...... •.$25 00 Second best.............. Third be>it...................... 5 00 Confincd to horses, owned in the county, in that have nover made better tunc than 8:10. Frvc to enter And threfe to gb / best two in thrce. Works, is enclosed and corcrcd. The, Western Machine Works at Indianapolis found.-y will now be pnt up immediately. I will show how his oils are regarded at The works will proUbly be ready for op-home. They si)-, "Wc have used your crations in August. So mote it lb«. Banner Lubricating Oil on our machinery Lieutenant Governor Cumbaek tarried a day and night in this city, last week, among bis friends, whom are legion, j t)eariug where oar ppccd ranges from twenty to three thousand revolutions per minute The oil has never heated a journal o' It is entirely free from gum or Govemor Cumbaek will probaMy Uke an,pit- Does not chill, and is practically the tctire p-rt in tie campaign, ihis year, and cheapest oil we have ever used." Coming CLASS V—^PLOW«, CULTIVATORS, ETC. Best plows for general purposes.. 5 00 Best plows for alluvial soil........ 5 60 Best plows for sod................ Best plows for stubble............ Best steel plows.................. Best cast iron plows.............. Best double plows............. .. 10 O^Best sub-soil plows............... Best collection of plows............ Best collection cultivators, corn and shovel plows.............%• w'' Best collection of wheat and ctier seed sowing drill.'».............. 5 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 5 00 5 00 tACiXG. mare:.. Bert pacing horse or mare... ....$50 00 Second best..................... 25 00 i bird best..................... 15 oo Open to horses that have never made better time than 2:23. Five to enter and three to go ; best three in five. All of the above to Ihii State. _____ 5 00 be manufactured in Lfs work will be, as heretofore, effective. J. O. Hardesty runs the Hkbilt) m An» der^on, and yet that plice wants gas works.—6ou'h B-tnd IteqlUer. Hold your horses, old Rrgiater. Poke fan and cuss much. While you are doing that wo will do something else. Anderson wants gas works ah«i is going addiiion to various kiuds of oils, he i tohaye them. How about South Bend? ^"Pl'ly » Crades of How mnch gas do«^« it require to enable lead and paint. Wc might enlarge upon irom men who linyo used oils for many years, this speaks more than all wc could I say, But, ¡»crhaps for ns lo dwell at length upon anyone of Mr. Bo\-d's articles would be doing injustice to the variety of articles in which he deals. We wouW riicrcfore content oursclyes| by stating that PACIKO. Best pacing horse or mare.......$15 CO Second l^st.................... 10 00 Confined to tbe county, and to horses never having made better time than three minutes. All exhibitions of speed must be aude to iiatness. DOÜBLB TROT. the Rejiaer to "see" the enterprise of An-de'i^n by "those lamps?" Fifteen thousand wives are wanted in Ksinsas. Fifteen thousand Massachusetts girls should immediately emierate thither and , thus decrease her large surplus of male population. Punnldndlo tells of Greeley at Long Branch, "sitting Sadly, ob-Bcrying the swindling waves which came all the way from Europe, and didn't pay a cent of tax when th«y landed." The Crops. his ritisburg Tore, Btinner and Champion Lead.''. But we will simply state that he has them. He also has the Grafton Mineral Paint, also the Br&ndon Colors. His will be emitted to a place within tlie enclosure, and no article can be moved fi'j^i the grounds ontil the close of the Fa»r, No animal will be allowed to be entered in the name of any other than the bona Jida owner or his ageiit. Any entry in violation of this rule, will forfeit all claims to premiams, although awarded by the Con-mittcc- Any person knowingly oxhibitinj any animal or article under false prutcnces, shall forfeit all premiums awarded. Persons knowing of such entries, ai« urgently requested to notify the officers ot the 1 Best trotting double team same. The Board will carefully prcserre all ar-cicles while un cxhibilion'duiing the Fjiir, bnt w ill not be re«ponsiblo for any losses or accidents thit may occur. No persons will bo allowed in the ring when animals are being exhibited, exccpt the proper Jadges, Marshals and Officers of the Society. First premiums %ill be designafcd by a red ribbon. The E.xccntive Committee will be in the ofTicc during the Fair. They will appoint all Officers, Judges, nnd Agents, for the occasion, hear and decide all questions affecting the rights of exhibitors; the duties of employees, and will have a general su-porvision of the exhibition, and will settle Second best. Three to enter, two to go; throe. ......830 00 .....15 00 beet two in CLASS B—STOVES, ETC. Best rooking stOTC................$10 00 Best parlor stove..............10 00 Best collection stoves, tin and sheet ironware.............................10 00 Best collection horse shoes, manu<> factured by exhibitor........................5 00 Best worked marble, including man- t'.es, monuments, etc........................10 00 Best collection glass and glass ware. 5 00 CLASS C—WOOLSKS, CABFSTS, 4«. ctilored psints he is preptred to supply in ajaii qa^^tions ofdifterencc in reference to the rarjcty of colors. In addition to all thcsclrules and regulations of the Fair, he has'a variety of varnishes, the quality The Secrctiry and Treasurer Will kfcp , ,. , , ■ . •„ , , , their offices near the entrance to the grounds of which ho guarantees. Before closlng|Fair, and will b« it:ad^» do tins article we will speak of Gold's Patent business at all reasonable hours of the day. Best 1 lb stocking yam..........$ Best 1 lb carpet................ Best I lb j sans warp............ Best 1 lb satinet................ Best 1 lb carpet................ Best 10 yards of rag carpet woven by hand .................... Be<t 10 yards woolen carpet woven by hand..................... CLASS B—nORSKS FOR GENESAL POEPOSEsjBest double CO vcrlct (woolen) woven Best stallion 4 years old or over... .$10 00 doSbioTOTCriit 8v<-ondbest............•............5 00 Best stallion 3 years old and under 4 Sccond best ....... ...»...... Best stallion 2 years old and undcr3 5 00 Best stallion sucking colt. ;. ...... 5 00 Bc.'t mare 4 years old or over;..........10 00 SecomI best.......................................5 00 Bcf^t mare ¡3 years old and undtr 4 7 00 Second bcsi........................................4 00 Be>t mate sucking colt......................5 00 licst g'^ldiug 4 years old or over,. 15 00 Second best. 2 CO 2 00 1 00 I 00 1 00 I 00 1 00 The Lffayette and Kankakee Sardine Company was organized on Wednesday, with a cash capital of $300. It is the ..intention of this Wmpany to build a lodge and boat-house on the Kankakee. The lodge-heiisé will be fitted up in good style, with all thé modern improvements, which, of course, will-include plenty of mosquito bars. At his request his v?ife made hinx a belt in which to keep his money. The wi'.'c suggested that for greater security the money should be sewed |ip in the belt. Mr. Iloef-. ling handed her the uoney. She walked in another room Sor . at thread and needle, and on returning halided him the belt.— The money lay in a lump within it apparently perfectly secure. Mrs. H~(j^fling in due time lefb Quincy for New York to lay m stock as arranged ; while her husband, with the $14.000 secure, as he supposed, in his belt, departed for California. There he arrived in safety, and comuicnccd arrangements for starting business on a large scale, only awaiting —A "jury of his peers," in La- tidings from his wife and the New fayette, found a man guilty of York purchases to conclude op- perjury in an important trial, be-anticipated tul-i. • • 1 j ings and the expected purchases, fore the Criminal , Court, and.„pv.,r «.nmp. . F.YnPot^tiAn Im- CLASS A—WEARIKO ATPAREL, ETC. Best ease stufTcd birds..........$ 1 Best specimen cotton embroidery... 1 Best specimen ornamental needle work....................... Best embroidered dress for child.... Bost specimen letting............. Best tancy chair tidy............. Best specimen silk embroidery... .. Best spocimcn ornamental bead work....................I .... Best toilet set of mats............. Best and most beautifully wrought under;nrments..............".. Best tucked shirt.................... . B^st specimen cotton braiding...... Best specimen tapestry work...... Best ottoman covor... .......... Bost worked chair cover........... Best pair lamp mats.. ............ Best sofa cushion , t............ Best fancy woisted work........ Best pair braided slippers.......... Best yoke and sleeve.............. Best 'fancy work bask ;t.......... Best crochet shawl.......... Best carriage afghaa........ Best Hearth rug................. Best baby carriage afghan........ All the aboye to be manufactured by cx- W hibilor. never came. Expectation be-sentenced him to one month's tni-maTOe anxiety, and anxiety grew prisonment in the county jail.—jinto alarm. A poor fellow stole a pair ofi The loose cash he had ahout boots.and was sentenced to thveotj^l^.V^^.fl^^^^^^ years' confinement in the tcntiary. ¡course to the belt. The belt wa» pcni- opened, nnd- instead of bank The legality of the fifty thousand dollar donation to the Purdue University made by the Com-miessioners of Tippecanoe county is to be tested in the courts. The Treasurer, Captain Marks, re-^ fuses to pay the first ihstalmenl 2 CO of ten thousand dollars. fto -—----- ; There is a negro woman thirty-so'soven years of age. living on the ^'plantation of Mr. W. R. Battle, 2 00 of Baker county, Ga., who weighs J ^ three hundred pounds and has 1 oo'twenty-five children all living 2 00 notes he found only blank pyier —not a cent of the §14,000. Th©^ wifo had successfully tricked him and is now in Europo. The husband, broken hearted; has made no efibrt to find her. The New Orleans Times gives an accountf of *-one of the most remarkable events in ihe history of the telBifrapb," which recently occurred in the mswn office of the Western Union Company, in that city. It has long been a mooted question among experts of tho tele^aphic profession whether or not it were possible to transmit signals through a circuit of a length exceeding2,000 miles, and using more than two or three' repeaters, with any degree of safety to the commercial business. CLASS B-^*XtLIKSRTâC',AO. 3 00 A Chicago church has a dozen 2 w pows for deaf people connect^u, iththe sacred desk by rubber'?."^ f. ^^^^ P»^ 'y® ^ " Iriinarinn «.irniiir UToa hoso and ear trumpets. I 00 l^t silk bonnet .........$ Oil Cans and measure combined, which Mr. Boyd is selling. This i« really a Valuable article to retailers, and is a great labor-saver. It mea.«ures the fluid as it is pnmj>^d out, and the pump can be detached in ordsr to puttap from the barrel. It is made of galvanized iron, and is ar<> ranged with a covtr working on hinges, which protects it from the dirt Mr. Boyd has extended his b^<-i ess over this State, The Superintendent will provide for the wants of exhibitors, receive, arrange, and keep in order everything eonnccted there- (cotton) woven ' J. by hand.................... ' „rt Best pair of knit stockings (woolen) knit by ban! ................. Best p.iir knit stockinga (cotton) knit hy hand.............. Best pair knit socks (woolen; knit by hand........................ Best pair knit socks (cotton) knit by band ..................... Best foot mat.................... VJiiBest 10 yanls jeans. 2 00 5 00 2 00 S 00 1 Ö0 1 CO 1 00 3 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 Best velvet bonnet... Best straw bonnet............. Beit di.splay of millinery........ Best calico dtess.............. Best silk dre.*s................ Best satin dress. ;........... Best woolen dress f.ny goods...... Best collection chlldrens wearing apparel. ......................... 2 00 Best specimen artificial (lowers.... 1 OC Bost spccimcn wax flower«........ 100 Best display artificial flowers all kinds....'.................. 3 00 All to be manufactured by exhibitor to entitle to a premium. CLASS C—QriLTS &C. CLASS C—UATCnED CAERIAOB * UGHT IIARKESS HURSSS. Best p.'tir carriage horses (not to compete as a pair of matched horses) gelding or mare....... 15 00 50 501 2 00 1 00 2 00 2 OJ ^cona ............. .... » ^Bsst 10 yards Ihsey............. Bert gelding Syears old and undcr4 10 M ....... Second best.................. » OOly^^^ ^^ ¡^j^.^ ...... All of the above class to bo manufoct ur-ed in Indiana aiid to be entered and owned by the exhibitor. . « . "t»'«!«» hav, grain, &c., used and into adjoining States, so that ik has |,y them. ill uluci «Tcr/uiiu); cuuu.'..-» Second best 5 00 SL Be. P»ir or »aiA.^ >■„,;«•,•„.. Ii with competent assistants in the dischirge of his dutif s: An efhcient police force will be on the grotiuds day and night. Ample arrangements will be made io^the T7ay of pens, stalls. fcc<l and bedding for stocV, but exhibitors will be expected to CLASS I>—FARM IXPLEMEKTS. bobs, sleds increased threc-fo'-d in the last year. Br. Brandon and gone to Kentacky for Frtm all parts of the country, district and the State, come the most cheering- accounts of the |will fcc b»ck next week, crops. The fruition and prospect Walter Hunt HaVe rustication." They No person whatever will be allowed to see t^c entry books until the close of the class which he may wish to cxamine> Articles for wliich no premiums arc offered, will bocntcre<l in tho cla.ssoi to whii-h compete OS a pair of carriogo horses...................... Second best..........• •..... Best trained light harness gelding or marc......................... 80 00 Second best.................... 5 00 class All horses in this class mast be shown in harneds. CLASS D-xflADDLE HOnSES' ......;.....Cld 00 .......... 5 Beat collection gates, and wheelbarrows..............$ Best stump puller................ Best churn....................... ^ Best spinning wheel.............. ® ^ Best applp tiearer-................ Best hand loom.................. Bsst gelding or mare Sec«nd best..., E—LEATHER AND LEATHER 1IAHU< FACTDUES. Best worsted quilt....... Best patch work (luilt......... Best white quilt............... Best silk quilt................. Sccond best silk quilt...;.... ... Best counterpane................ Best knit qmlf.................. Best Ijcd comfortcr............ Best collection and variety of quilts entered And owned by one exhibitor; ....... .................: .2 CO . 2 oo .. 2 oo .. 7 oo ., 3 oo .. 2 oo 2 ou 2 oo Ciiiciniiati ha§ a child a year bid with a head thirty-three inches in diameter, and growing at the rate of half an inch per week. Tbrec are a Crowd. The sweetest wife that ever lived has 8%id things to her husband scores of times that she would allow no human being to say about him; and the truest hus-ban will make hia will known to his wife in tones So imperious that if he heard another utter ihera to the same woman, it would bring hira leaping like leopard at the scoundrel who dared to speak so to the mother of his children. "Jacli," we said to our.Tour- lo oo All to bo manufactured and owned by one exhibitor. CLASS D—EIKB ARTS, »AIKtlROS, DRAW-IHQS, ETC. Best spdcimcn landscape painting in oil.........................$ 2 00 Best specimen fancy painting in oil. 2 00 Bost specimen portrait (painting in oil....................... Bost lipecimen animal painting in oil. Best specim n fruit painting in oil., ¿est specimen flower paintmg in oil. „ ,. ... ^^ , iJest single carriage Immess....... . Bi^t racking gelding or mare...... 20 (,0 collection harness, saddles and Sccond b.st : ................ ft ot)| bridles........................ 7 they hrlony, as now ennmcifiicd. ^nd wi'ilj All In thi- c'a-'sto be shown rnder be pjifse I uf»r>n hy the Committee in tliose saddle ; racking horfe.«, thrrs to enter classcs ; corapiimcntary notices given of to go ; be^t two in three, ^ mile hcatfl. _ • 1 .1 • them, and ftich rccomendations asthcyinj f—hravt »«aft nouses The Chinese only pay thcir th« •irindgemcnt may think them entitled to. 1 ' , ...... - - . .. 00,' 5 oel Best collection hamoss, sola, upper, kin, calfoskin and morocco leath- r. .. • i erV..........................$10 00 Best crsyon drawing............ 5 00 painting-............. 2 00 " ^ - ^ Iîe.st double carri.ige harne-is ¡ t!ic Bi-.n pair hoots;......... li^OjBest collection boots, shoes, gAitei-s and slipiiers, mantt'.'actun-d uy exhibitor. ..............:........ T^^rriTLl.^cinioTi« ulinn thpv ari» in nor-' Co'mpetition oppn to the United S.at-8,;Be..;t Stallion 4 yer s ol i or over. of the oldest inhabitant. The physicians wncniney are^ in per I Second i^-t..................... wheat is Uiin in places and 00 2 OJ 5 00 Best collection steel engravings. Best agricultural wreath...... Best spccimtn dentistry ...... Bcit coliectivn dentistry work... All t'ae above to be manufactured, produced and owiied by exhibitor. 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 5 00 1 oo 2 DO 4 / de-feet health; as soon as they get. Ail entries for speed must l>o made in the'Best stallion »years olMar'. under 4 10 00 Bjst famtlr carriage..............$15 00 eic-u iutu «ci pp.a.isfternoon previous to the time dasignated.iHecond best..................... 5 00 iJost top buggy.................. jy oohl'^y^ vw ,----- • ' f 1 I in the programme, when thai class hbould Best mare 4 years I snuover... 10 CO Best open Lug^y...........____ 8 00 ;ibove that it they Ul/l et, and will thresh out more than es, and it i#,'^nC»foro for his in-;he called. Ail entries ma-t be made on Best heavy team gd ihig» or mares...... - ficient in straw, btit ii well head-'sick the pay ^the doctor an avenge. The eorn is happy te^lNP^ CUff th^ as »adyon eaaalsictttM it gr^^i^^ihip «oon 10 00 Best two seated spring vagon i Wednesday or forenoon of Thursday ex-1Second best..................... 5 00 ¡Best two horse farm wagon....... as lant in ofaccideat or unaTftidablejBest gr^Wmg 4 years old or over.... 10 00'Beit collection carriages, buigies 'g9Condbegt...................... 6 00' Mdwajpn».................... 'j^t in CM« A New ITarhpshirc liishinan iiii,i)iASA. bccanio frightiined while being lowered into a d«ep weli the other tho men not haul s ou liina up he'd cut tho rope. To ® ^ save the rope they hauled him 20 00 up? ncyman, when he had been down home once, *'Jack what is the matter?" "Matter enough/'Jack replied, sheepishly. *'I wer goin, past a house at Otleytown end, an' I heard a woman scream mupder. I rushed in, arid there wer her husband hittin her; so I hit him and knocked him doon, an' wer holdin him by the thrDat an' the first thing I knew she wer hittin me with a poker, an' wantin' to noa what I struck her husband for." It was an illustration from a range of life among tho Yorkshire hills—that was little better, thirty years ago, than tue. savage —of a principal that holds good, oolin the sweetest and best homes ofiS^'"!"*"-tho land, whcro the uttermost hurt i.s a sharp word that is repented of and forgiven the moment itig spoken. bination circuit was tormed, varying in Ten^tli from three to five thousand miles, through which messages were sent with great ease and rapidity. Tho first circuit formed was from New Orleans, Via New York, to-Plaister Cove, Nova Scotia, the terminus of the Atlantic cable, a distance . of 0,000 miles. The, operators, thus widely separated, tia tted together with perfect ease,. the signals coming rapidly and with great distinctness. Another circuit of still greater len<ith was made up, which is regarded as the loiigest land circuit through which intclligiijle signals wero ever sent. Nine repeaters wero used. The message was returnod to New Orleans almost as clearly r.R it left the office, having passed through eighteen States and over 4,809 miles of wire. Onlv 60,000 people attended clKirch in Boston, out of a population of 200,000. The Episcopalians are tho wealthiest, tho Unitarians come next, and the Roman Catholics are increasing more rapidly than any other. Women in Perry county, Ind., a few daj's ago, striped, tarred and feathered, rode on a rail, and ordered out of the county, Jaiio Alsop, a woman of loose mor-cb. A French paper in New leans comes to us with this ì Chas. Or- _ .5 ra-Diotccus, tho great American romancer, dic;l yesterday of appolexy. J lo Ava3 the Walter Scott of Ar erica." ________________________An assistant mar-ih-il, in taking A Lady was.asked to join onei*^® census in Louisville, asked í of the disivions of the Daughters of Temperance. Bhe replied. "This is unnpcessary, as it is my intention to join one of the Sons in the course of a few weeks.'* colored woman \rli;!t {tcrponal ¡Topf ity she posS0i>eil, j:?»! re-' ceived in sober reply; Nothin'' but dese three chillen yere, an* they ain, wuth much.'' ;

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