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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 5, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana                               VOL. lb. KOKOMO. INDIANA. THURSDAY. MAY 5, 1870. NO. 27 KOKOMO TRIBU1TE, i KVXXr TUUK3EAY Plltl.II'S Jc AT KOKOMO. IND. OFFICE IN .TRIBUNE BUILDING, Corner Mnlb ry untl Railroad SlreeM. For One Year iu AdVauce If N'ol l'aid-in Advance-. 2.30 Of Dim of week (I j anil 50 for uich uddiliouaf Insertion Inrllirvc lino. 2mo. 1 inch I.Jt oa it 00 J 00 1 00 6 00 00 00 1 00 1S09 2000 ATTORNEYS AT LAW. W. COOJMJK, ATTORNEY AT LAW 1SB OH1M AOE.ST. KOKOMO, INDIANA. attention glvfu ui Collectibnu. dn.i ibc settlemrnt of Esinu-i and Also prosecutes, Huccesifnlh all ol Clafmj againut the Gorernrrtul. OUlcv over Aramcxn Kipruax nflije. n t ATTORNEYS AT LAW, KOKOiiO, IND. Office opposite Slionn.in corner I'uulic Squire. North-woat At the i-aica, itdrcrtidumeutsi inuat Uku ilia run of llio paper, For clioicu higher will bu charged. por squirt) to Ihu jiartir publishing at llio iiauiod iu above ULla II piid iiinJriLiico. Mpeulul ItanHis aro'publialiod an news. be- tween parliea road a pmd-for TKIBUNX in- juried an ROIVH llio purlieu aru pirl tod p.trcol of who don't pajr for (he T'ibunc, ona dullar must accompany llie notice UT il will not be insurlod. C'omraiinicBtiona to promote interest bo paid for at tliorutfomr Adrorliaumcntii, unless the numlwr uf inser- tioui dcvreil in marked on Hie copy, wIllbvcoQ- liuoil until orJcn-d out, and chared nl ruj-ular r ill's. Editorial notices !i cunts for each line. Kuligioni and Educational uuplKMtmii nt'lio ollicc, mar be contracted for at lower I AMB-S W. Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Kokonio, Ind. Xorlli side I'ubtic rinunre in the oflice urmerlt occupied by D. II. Ocnnctt. Will practice in all Ihe Cnurisofllio Stale. Spe- cul attention to collections and business ot AdiumUtmlor. Executor >nd (iiunlian. rnl IK.nJO -if PREMIUM LIST. The Honey Creek Agricultural mid florliciiliui-al Society will hold ha llth Semi-Aimiml Inhibition at the Fair Ground, New London, How- ard Comity, Indiana, on the 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th of September, 1870. liULES AM) I.ATIO.NiJ. 1st. 'The first two days, 21st and I 22nd, will be devoted 'to receiving entries. Xo en yill be made af- ter that time except in cases of una- voidable delays. The books will positively be closed on the second day of the Fair. 2. .Vo article placed on exhibition Khali be removed until the close of the Fair without permission of the Executive Committee, and if a pre- mium bhall be awarded any article removed -n ithout such permit it will be considered forfeited to the .-KC. JUIAKI DOJiiEs. f be-t (j Best Stallion 1 yrs old t over 2nd best best stallion .'i yrs old J. under I 2ud best best stallion Syr, uudei-3 2nd best best mare 1 old or over 2nd beat best mare 3 yrs old and under 4 2nd best 4.00 3.00 best marc 2 yrs old and under 3 2nd best Best pair heavy draft horses 2nd best best pair heavy draft maics 2nd bcfct. Best Gelding 4 yrs old or over 2nd best best goldliij? 3 j r-> old .1 under 1 2nd besl best gelding 2 yrs old .t under '.I 2nd best SEC. 0.00 8.00 3.00 uctiiiibei-s. i 50 pair ol 50 best collection .all kinds, by one exhibitorj SECTION SEEDS. Best half bu. white.comin besi lif. bu. yello.w best half bnjhel inixcdtcol6red. corn in the car, "3.00 best peck pop corn in ear" '50 best half bush wheat, red, tliis JO ;m 5o 00 5o 00 00 t. Connected with tho TriLunu Often iS m noil lobbing ilvnarifnent, all now, an thero is in (lii; rilntu. I'lUilera, (Jurds, UUnts, Ac., Ac., can do executed speedily and keiuti fullv. Kor this kind of work (JASH MU.ST AL'f.'OMI'ASV AU, OHDKKS. Address II orders to TIIK TRIBUNE. KOKOSIO. KM'IfKY, 8. RECORDER OF HOWARD COUNTVT, KOKOMO, IND. Will writo and of Daoda, IVnims in Itca! Enuto uill tlndjtto Uieir RiKauUae lo cullon nil1, fml-in C. J. II. KHOII. UKJItAV A; UICO1II, ATTORNEYS AT LAW KOKOMO. INDIANA. J. V, IkKK. AITY'S AND J. V. PU.IOTT A. IT, COL'.VSKI.I.OKH AT OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Circuit Court Maols Mi .Munilny of May Noveinbar Joiix Divu Torni 4 weoks. 1'lciiN 4'oiti'C MocU -ttli Monday Fubnury. anil Sejitc'inbiir lorin I wvokd-Wli.l.uw OiMVKu, Nobloitrilla, Iiui., niuulu on llic liiat in June. .Suiituuibur, Ducum- bor, llarcli; ami on tlio jocund llimdiy in April 14 Hoard of Jsrorno II. I.. Jbruland nmi S. Slrntlnii, CVniiuiariloii- of i'ouuly. NOTAUV 1'UBMC1, praclico in oil tho in the State, OUicu iu Dr. llio Jainuti' Hlocl.. S. K, Coinorol LUTIIKK S. II. II. Jtiw N. JlHKPIlTiVLOH............. HlHUKI. KlOUZY............. IlKSJlUlN t'lVI.U........... School Ivxuiulncr, koniii, did 4Jllyo< J. VS. O'ooi-Ki, A.H. DwiiK A. IftKKi, It. M. (luvt, K. A, JlfiOHH COUHCIliUKX. J. Jnir.uH, N. Kielimoiiil, W. It. Klstlor. E. C. Lciicli. W. l.cAoli. A. V. Ariintrfinc. (1. !'iur.ion. 'I'. Rnrl. iiulltor, ..Clurk, .ShonfT. Uucordor, -SuBViiruH. VAILS. Ko- .Major, Mnrslml. Clerk. ATTOHNKYS I'unluin'i ntook. N. K KOKOMO. AT cornur I'ulilk-Sijuure To WllOM IT IIAV Cu.SL-CKN tlio certify tlnil Jlw- SiifXY succi'saliillv [u-tctUcl in uur ricinilr f T eleven jcdrd, anil HO recom- mend her lo tlio peupio of Kokomo na rci- punxible in tlut c.ip.tcity. M llua. I.jilia Jhcrs, Lucy Htiunbaugli. Jlurii Sunler. Wilkuo Want Xo. 1 1 3 D. C. Clvnicr. AlVirnon Mary Totter, M. A. Ainoa, Mnry Wail, Kunn, S. J. Culiert, IMI., Slurcli IS. 1870. Iti-diduucu No. il Market St.. Kokoiim. HOTELS. O. L. FAULKXEK, Proprietor. KOKOMO, IND. J01IX r'AUI.KNKU, CI.KIIK PHYSICIANS, riivsroiAN A SURGKON, KOKOMO. IND. over Hrydau  upon such ticket with -.uIK- intention shall eucli be li- able to a iinc of .-fjjOO and cost of prosecution. U. Any person, or persons, found in orabonl Ihe Knir grounds belling intoxicating drinks of any kind will be mri'aled and lined to 'the extent of the hiw. AValking1. Trotting, Pacing and Rack- ing1 for common Best trolling lloiip or Marc S.OO 2nd best Ucdt pncing or mure S.OO 2nd best (J.OO Best fastest and mnoolhcsl walk- ing horse or marc 2nd best Best racking hor.sc or maic 2nd best Theic be no timing of horses. SKC. Utll s.'WfcKI'SrAKK.s Best Siallion any age or cla.ss Ucst btalliou showing 5 best colts under one year old Best brood maie showing her sucking colt by her-side, Beit marc of any age or class SKC. AXD.Mt-J.KS. Best Jack -1 years old or over, 2nd best Best Jack 3 oid.md 5.00 2nd best Best Jack 2 yns old and under 3, 2nd best Best Jack 1 yr old and under 2, '1.00 2nd best 2.00 Bcsi Slicking Jack coll, Best span of Mules-1 yrs or over, 2nd best Best span 2nd Best span Mules 2 yrs .t under 3, 2nd best Best, Mule 3 old or over, 2nd best 13cst Mule 2 yrs old A under 3, 2nd Best Mule 1 yrold under 2 2nd best Host sucking Mule, 2nd best year's growili, best half bushel wheat, white, this year's growth, half bushel -triclly weevil proof, 't besl hall' bushel white best half bushel oatfi, best half bushel best half bushel best half bushel best half bushel red clover-secil-'SjOO best half peck timothy best half peck blue best half bedds1 2.00 60 .-ecd for general cultivation, -n-50 Lest collection seeds, half peck each best collection gni'dpiijHiul flpwa': E cr cnoh to. ,bc properly bt'it 25 po'unds who.i't flowyf SKCTIO.V 12. Any pei-ion found endeavoring lo bins the judgment ofthc committee ;is to nny article on exhi- bition, and belonging to wiid ill forfeit the premium should it bo a warded lo tho same. 13. The Awarding Commute will be culled o'clock on (.ho third day of the tali- tvliou nil vncnuoloa will bo tilled and the committees assigned their dutic.i. 11. .Tolm Uodkcy, the General Su- perintendent, will be on the grounds who will hike general supei vision with Ihe Incentive Coinmitlcc nudn full corps ot assistants mid will sco that geiiur.il good order be observed. 15- Ample arrangements will be made in tlie way of pens, stalls, and teed for stock. 'Exhibitors be required to pay reasonable rates for feed used by them, 10. No person will 'bo allowed in the ring-when stock of nny kind is on exhibition except the proper com- mitteosnud Iheollicers ol'thc Society 17. Ton per cent, of the premium lo be competed foi will be charged entriuu-K fee ou all in tides entered for pieniitniK. IS. ThcltoM-d win the nccd- ful care of iirticK M-hlle on e.xhibir (ion during Ihe l-'air, but will not be responsible for any or acci- doiitj. that may occur. 19. The led libbon >uV dcbignutc ihi' liijt premium and bine ribbon the .second. 20. Alter all llie cxiicuses of ihe Kair ure paid, the awards will W paid nitii to (he sum n warded. Competition open to the world. 21. Premiums will be paid on the Inn day of tliu inir, it' possible. '22. All persons ciitcrjiig articles for exliibitiqn for pthcr parlies will be required to pay the animal fee of memberihip for each party before such article can be placed oil the en- try books, except children where the parents have already procured nfatn- liukef. 23. -All pflrponsi owning Dntiug- stuuds ou the Kni rgio uiuls must itii'dy give notice to the President whether they will occupy them on or bcfoic the 10th day of September, IS70, othei wise they 'will be let to othei- applicants. 24. Com Tollable sleeping apart- ments will be provided on the for all persons having stock on exhibition. 2nd Itcsi 2nd host 2nd best 2nd J.OO Best Jack of nny age or IJesl Jennet ot ,iny age or chio-a. O.OO Best ilulc of any "age or class, John Sweeney, Superintendent of Class A, Jlorseh Jarks and CLASS------SKC. i-n'Ti.K. Best Bull 3 yrs old or over, 2nd best Best bull 2 yrs old and under S.OO 2nd best Best bill I lyr 2nd best old and under 2, J.OO 5.00 3.00 2.00 S.OO ;i 3 o o r bTOCK roil Best Stallion -1 yrs Old A oYor A under-1 1 3 under 3 under 2 'under 2 2.00 Best Sucking Stallion 2nd bivt suoking stnlllon Best Mare 4 or pvcr 2nd best marc 3 vrs old and under4 2nd f 4 besl mftre 2 yrs old nndnnclor3 2nd '3 best 1 and under 2 2nd 1 j r old and under 2 Best Sucking Killy 2nd Uest Gelding 4 yrs old or over 2nd best and 4. 2nd best bust 2 yrs nnd undor3 best S.KC. stock in this class will be requircdlo show them iu harness except Best Stallion 4 yr? old or over 2nd best 400 best stalljftn 3 yvs pld .t 4 2nd best Best Gelding -1 vrs old or ovoi1 2nd best best gelding 3 yrs old .1 under 4 2nd best "f old or over 2nd best best iimre 3 yrs' old .1 uu'dor 4" 2nd best 3.00 13cst pair if.Uch Horses S.OO 2nd best _ Best pair Match Mures 2nd best 3.i -1.00 3.00 (j.OO 3.00 1.00 IJcst bull-calf 2nd bust Best Cow 3 yrs old oi-ovcr. 2nd best Best cow 2 rs old and under 3. 2nd best Best heifer 1 yr old and under 2, 2nd bt.sl Uest heifer calf 3.00 2nd best Slock to be shown with herd book SKCI'ION CAl U.K. Best Bull 3 yrs old or over. frS.OO 2nd best Best bull 2 yra old and under 3, 2nd best besl bull 1 yr old and under 2, 2nd best best bull calf, 2nd best bull calf, best cow 3 years old or over, 2nd best cow 3 yrs old or over, best cow 2 yrs old and under 3, 2nd best cow 2 yrs olc n under 3, 2.00 best heifer 1 yr'old and nniler 2, 3.00 bKCTlOX CATTLE. Best fat Bullock 3 yrs or over, best fat Cow 3 yrs old or over SfcC'UOX 11 KKI'SIAKKs. Bull of nny age or class. best Cow of any age or class Alexander Bishop, Superintendent of Cattle Department. bccriox Best Bom- 2 yrs old and over, .f 10.00 2nd best boar 2 yrs old A over, 5.00 best boar 1 yr old and under 2, best boar 1 yr old A under 2. 3.00 best Hoar 6 month.s A under 1 j r. 2nd best, boar G in. A under 1 yr, 2.00 best broortsow showing at leii-l three pigs side, 2nd best. bcsUowGin'nthsohUundcr 1 y 2nd bcsi best 3 pigs under 0 momiis old 2nd best !J under 0 in. old, hKCTiox Best Boat- ofany age or if best sow of any age or class, S.OO Geo. Bishop, Hog IJep'rtm'l. SECTION WOOL Best Buck 2 yeais old or over, 2nd best buck 2 yrs old or over, 3.00 best buck 1 yr old and under 2, 2nd best buck 1 yrold A under 2. 2.00 best buck lamb, best ewe 2 yra old or over, 2nd best ewe 2 yrs old or over. 3.00 best cwcl yr ol'd and under 2, 2nd besl ewe 1 yr old .t under 2, 1.00 best ewe SKCT10S" sIIKEI'. Best Buck 2 yrs old or over 2nd best buck 2 yrs old or over, best buck 1 yr old and under 2. 2nd best buck 1 yr old ,t under 2, best buck 3.00 best ewe 2 years old or over, 2nd best owo 2 old or over, best ewe 1 yrold and under 2, 2nd best ewe 1 yr old .t under 2. 2.00 best ewe lamb, Hcnrv Mendonhflll, Superintend- ent of Sneop Department, SEC. DEI'AET- PRODUCTS. Best one half peck white onion--. i.oo ffl 50 1.00 50 50 50 50 best half peck red onions, best half peck yellow onions, best half peck onion sets, bost half pepk yellowy best half ppck red tomatoes, best half pi; white soup beaV-, best half pook Lima beans, boat half dox. long blood beeU, best half dozen turnip beets, best half dozen sugar boots, best half dozen parsnips, best half dozen yellow turnips, best half doz Dutch Bat turnips. 1.00 best half 50 best 3 best 3 vegetebjp 60 best half QHBhol Irish potatoes, early variety, best half bush'lrishpotfttoesjlale, best col. Irish best half DQtatcies, rj.QQ uost half bush -3'fjO best 3 llu.bb.inl squashes, LOO best 3 Turban squashes, best 3 crooked neck squashes best 3 sweet pumpkins, l'oo besl 3 Yankee pumpkins, 50 host 3 watermelons, i OQ besl 3 muskinelous, j'fjQ' Beat acre corn on bottom land, ,f 2nd best crjril'flll hot. land, best acre corn on up laiuK, 2nd best acre corn on To be taken from ticlds of not less than thicc acres each, and Mpeciinens of said corn, half biiahel in quaulitv, to be exhibited on ILcJJi'air grounds and the specimen of that taking the premiums to be the property of the Society. Entries in Ihis section must be made on or before the 10 day ol4 September, 1870. oECriOX PAKMSAN-DOKCnAHUS. Bcstarrangcd .t cultivated Kami .fS.OO 2nd BuH 80 ai-ici. 2nd 3.00 Best arr. undcul. Farm, 40act cs, 2nd Best arranged and cultivated or- chard not less than 40 trees, 2nd best arranged and nilvated orchard not than40 trees, linti-ics in (his section must be inndc on or before (he 10th day of 1S70. best specimen apple doJ quince do currant do grape j. (do jam best collection 'jellies, best specimen spiced apples, best specimen spiced pears, ii lArtielcs in this roust be prepared by the exhibitor or his agent. SECTION Best-20 varieties fall i winter '.i bcsj, 15 varieties tall and winter best winter apples, besl 5 varieties winter apples, bests-varieties fall apples, best 6 yarietiesj-pcurs, 3 v'ariclice pouches, bf ot 5 varieties graves, collection pears, jueisl collection varieties 'each'kind, Ijgsl "variety grape, licst variety pears, best specimen fjulnoouj best" collection fi-ults not less than 4 of each variety, best-col: fruits kinds, SECTIOX 5o 5o Turkeys, this year'u th, best pair shanghai chickens, best pair Lluok Spanish, best pair bralinia chicken a, best trio of chickens, beat pair white lighom chickens, best collection fowls, SEUTIOX SKC. Best Plow pui-poscs. 2nd Dhl'A HT.ME.N r. foi general Best double .shovel Plow. Beit single Best t-wo-horse wagon, Mest tu-o-hoi-sc spring w.igon, Best two-horse eiin-iagc, Host open buggy, Best Held roller. lies! field Immnv, seed sower, Best wheat screen. Beat straw culler, Be.st three uxe helves, Best specimen moulding. (50 ft.) Best 50 cut shingles, Best Lee-hive for general use, liest half blooms, Uest post-hole auger, All m tides in this section must be entered and exhibited by the manu- facturer; or his legal agent. jf w CODE'S WAKE. Jic3L Wooden rump' for general purposes, Best liinniiig mill, Best churn for general usp, Hcst disjilay cooperage.3 articles, 2.00 Best 'i split baskets (for feeding purposes.) Uest washing-machine for gener- al use, Best clothes wringer, for general use, Hcst specimen scroll .sawing, Musi be entered by the manufac- ture i or legal agent. SKCIION IMVAIIK. Best Bureau, Host bedsteads. Host breakfast fable, 2.00 Uest (lining table, Best centre table. Best stand table, Best ovtension table. Best kitchen safe, Best set split bottom chujrs, Besl 1.00 Best collection cabinet-ware, ICntric? made in this section must be made bj the manufacturer or bis legal agent. SKC. vniKii' MAMIFACTUKK. spcc-iiiu'ii 1 Iiinicss Leather. sole leather, IjOo uppci leather. l.oo best sett, double carrhige harness- best single buggy harness. best sett double wagon best ieu single best man's saddle, besl lady's be.st lidiugbride. best pair calf sewed. 5.00 men's gaitoi-s, calf, l.oo 11 l.idy's or best collection boots and shoes, 31ii3t exhibited by mtuiufao- turer or his agent. 24T1I. DOMESTIC MENT. DEPART- Best loaf Yeast Bread, 2nd best ialt rising trrc.id, 2nd l.oo best corn broad, 5o best specimen vcnel biscuit, 2nd 5o best 2nd 5o best graham bread. oo best pound cake. 2nd best sponge cake. 2nd ao beat jolly oako, 2nd oo best fruit cake. 2nd 5p best 2 Iba fresh butler, too 2nd best clu-oso, besf collection not loss than %Ix varieties. best cured ham and how cured, SECTION BUTTER, JEL- CAVXED rnuiT. AC. Dost 2 Hi- Honey, sugar, manufactured fi-pip'thc hard inapltf) best 2 jovghmn sugar, best 1 quart maple bestl quart sorghum best specimen apple butter, do preserved peaches, do do chcrriei, do Ad best j-lr So 5o 5o 5o DO 00 gp oo [1o cherries. 5o do cucumbers, 50 bestspefiinen canned peaches, 5o do do cherries, 5p do fa peas. ao do 5o do do currants, 5o do do gooseberries, oo do do Blackberries, 5o do do strawberries, 5o do do' tomatpeSj oo best collection canned fruits, (The abqrc to tc in glass jars.) Best collcckou of "preserves, Best 3 yaids lioina-inadc Jeaus, best 2 yards home-made linen, bes.tSyds home-made table linen, best 3 yards home-made lincy, bewt lo y da homemade rag carpet besl home-made double coverlet bcbt home-made single coycrlot best pair homo.iniuio blankets, best tbrou yards colored flannel best three yards white flannel, best pr. lady's cotton hose.home ino.de, 5o best pair lady's woolen hose, home-made, 5o best pair woolen socks. 5o best paii- woolen mitteno, 5o best hpecimen throiul, 60 best I lb, stocking yarn, 5o best lly brush, 5o Tlie manufacturer or his agent must exhibit the articles iu thin sec. MAXL'VAC-ruiiKi> WOOI.V.X MILLS. 2.oo f) of Joans, 5 jardb satinett, best 5 yards lull cloth, be-sl 5 ynids of flaunel, colored, besl 5 yards of flannel, white, best 2 pounds-- stocking yarn, best pair woolen 3.oo Must booxliiuHod by the turcr or his ngent. 30TM. NKKULE WOHK, Tl'.T- Clever Persons. lly an oversight, our nt clever pel-soil': lia-.- been omJicd :i wuek longer thau inteiulcd. :ind some carelessness, a >lip i- on which some of the mime- wore kepi All partita have been credited who have paid, but quito :i number vill not appear in this list. 1C they de- sire the public acknowledgement for reference or for inn other reason, and will inform us of iho fact, their names cnn still appear. Since our last the following per- to whom we are inueli obliged, have paid us1 indicated below of COXTl.Vl'SD. TIXC., AC., Best specimen cotton embroidery best specimen cotton braiding, best specimen cotton letting, best spec, cotton ciotchcl work, best spec, cotton needle work, best spec, cotton knit edging, best made pair pillow cases, best needle cushion, bcsi pin cushion, best clinir cushion, best fai.oy chair tidy, best lamp Hint, best made shirt, best worsted fjtiilf, best pl.iln whjtp Qiijlt, best patch work quilt, besl piece woikcd quill, best log cabin quilt, best plain wove counterpane, best figured Ijcst homo nindo nig, uo Co uo 5o 5o uo 5o Co oo 1.00 5o Co "'So LIST. Best col. pnrlor blooming plants besl col'ct'n bedding out pi mils, besl collection roses, best collection pinks, besl collection best collecliqn dahlias, best ornamental b'oqtiet of fruit, beat collection Hovers, nil kinds, SKC1IOX J.IST. Best col. parlor blooming best col. bedding-out plants, best collecliojj roses. best collection verbenas, best collection dahlias, best ornanienlul boquef, of fruit best collection llowcrs, all kinds SKCT10S' Uest oil painting, bcsi laiidsoapo painting, bcsf pqi-lrait'painting. bcsi fruit pninljug, best tlowpv paiiltlnffi best penoil drawing, best pen drawing, best map drawing, best collection gallery best picture frarnp, fio best. ft'ainn, Bocd work, best picture framo, shell work, bcstpicturc work, best picture frame bur work, best specimen hair work, oo best group.wax flowers, best agricultural wreath, best ornamental card basket, oo best fancy work basket, 5o best sett artificial teeth, best medley, qo SECTION qver '2 yrs old 2nd best, best lady rider und.er yrs 2nd best, best boy rider under 13 yrs old The equestrians will exhibit on the 2nd day of the Fair, at 10 o'clock; also on the 4th day at 1 o'clock. SECTION 35TH. The order of -exhibition ftf (lie live will occur us by sections on iho poemium Hat beginning with section 1st. Any article offered for exhibition that is not enumerated in the regular lar list, and which deserves a premi- um, will be entered under the Mis- cellaneous Section. The Society cordially invito all persons having sirango or rare sprc- imons of grains or grasses, animals or fowls of an improved breed or any thing else that will be interesting or instructive to'the farming nity, to plRQp {hern an -Vu premiums bf'offered up- on Sewing hut all owners and agenu.foi1 such are cordially in- vited to place.them on exhibition at the coming Tiir by paring the usual admittance livery facility which can be offered _by .Uie Board will be given for their aceovn in op- tion. the Board, 5.'J. SCHOOLEY, JOHXSOS-, Cor. Sec. J. BODKKT; GenT Snp't. U, .Thu 1 ftiriFr. Geo.' ator. 'That ticket will never itr. Courier. 'TVSy 'not let Mr. Ju- lian go into privatclile a little while Why bring a man forward -gho obnoxious to Jean's of the SsiuUe'i Are there not good men enough to fill the offices among those the full strength of out early Jrilian for U. S. Sen- can carry the D C Miller Thos Beard Jtivob II McDonald John Kssary L HUIUOII Cf TiV llaincss D C Spniker John J B Miller S T Coan S Kirkpatrick nNColliusworlh llilcy Lincllej- J M livers S A JLblinct David Cirecson Dr Weaver Tempi in Tl r rl IV -Dr Cooper John Colo (Jid D Scnrl Capt J Bronse lion Itobcrt Miller Joseph Kldcr 11. A Dolman L. V'. Mai Trib Ithainor Dr Frcciuan it W Miller IJonj U.ivis Byciy ICithn Ih-o A A Kiiij. .fob llamilton 'rof. llopklnu J 1-' Moulder J K Smith Dr McAliRtcr J M Curd John Phillips "Jev J G Whlli! fWHeaion Armstiong Smith Mrs M Kaybnrn 3. J. A; L'o. Famih i Jl Pan-in A I Lloyd Co J V Pierce Ij Moses Frst Xiil'IBank J H Kcrlin Tonco Lindloy Capt.I 10 Williams Dr Savillu J C Alexander Trib Gen B Spooucr C llonser Jolm Ihrig A Becks Capt M Gai rigus .lob K P Tiu-kington Dr Powanlatenewa D Shewinaii 0 P Giles Krlley iVr Mm ray fs I v roll Iviilm Jt Bro Jveiinedy Son John Xulson H. G, Movprs 2.JO 1.25 1.70 1.75 U 1.7 l.ix 1.7, 1.7 l.oo :l.OO 1.00 2.00 U 50 UO 1.50 SSD 2, Hi 1.00 7.50 2.00 1.50 Personal, Our young friend Mr Uco W Rhnrp has gone (o Indianapolis a.s n clrrk ni the Little lionbi-. This hotel 1ms inz rcasod yr'y in pupulai'lty since it laken by Mr Goo Longfellow. (Iml Mr Sliiu-p will bo ihere cv- ciybod) will wuiil tog-o to the Litlle. George is a young man of good ciln- calou with many noble chaiMjti-i i'-tics and we most heartily commend him as a genllpmnn who knows how to care mid make them fool at home. At hist the wooden aide-walks ii, Logaimport are to be taken am! stone put down. Every otrangcr who visited ganspqrt during the twenty yesi-s nnda.-kcd about the cmious stale of things, plenty of stone and board It has .it last got (luoiigh the wool of the STILI. Iho saving, "lie that kccpeth hK mouth kocpeth his life.'1 To be truly and really independ- ent is to support bv our own exertions. not 'o if you dQubt ba nslinmod to be reproved fqr thci'sAnu'- 'fnuli twice. A.clcijfvinnn in Vonnctnt, apprehctiMYC tlnU iho accumulated weight of the MIGW upon the roof of his burn might tip some damage, re- solved to shovel it off. He thcicforo ascended the roof, having first, taken the precaution to fasten his waist to one end of n rope, Ihe other end of which he gave to his wife. Bu.t fear- ing still foi his safety, hp. said j "My deal1, UP tilt ropo round your wain.'" No footier had she done this, when oft1 went the snow, minister and all, and up went the wife. Thus on one side of the barn the a-vtoundml cler- gyman while the other side hung bin wife, high and dry.dandling at the end of the rope. At that mo- menta gentleman luckily by, and delivered them from their peril- otii situation. A foreign contemporayannonupes a discovery become At the iiidfvkliinl the body is ponged u.Uo a liquid, and In abou't fivo years the Individual is turned Into Btone. The secret ofthepotre- faction is known only to the discov- erer. Ho iays thac In a thoupand years' time, if persons will only pro- serve their relatives and friend? wilt be able to Jjo.usfes" them, Tnws live In residences ancoitors. To cure all the outer doors of a four vtory open the inner and then Ukc a long switch, and cut up and Ull A smart old Western lady, being called Into court as witness, grettltni- tient at the questions put to her, and told the Judge that she would quit the stand, for he wss "raly of the most inqusltSTe gentlemen she A. young gentleman 'who had ja-t married a liWIc under-sized beauty, says she would have-been taller, but she is made of snch mater- ial that "Xiulcl uot jUfyixi H. The Ctu-riaje Manufactory of Shaw. Lippeucott Conner, Lidiauapolis. In lommon with nearly of manufactured iho great perfection to which carriage building ha- been brought is an evidence ut' tlu-r.ipid'tiiilo'which science and art mv making in our commonwealth. In tunner year-, befoiv our railroad Mstt'iM became s part of our national givaliiesx, one of the great drawbacks in r.-irringf building arose iVoni the dilllciiltlcs that wero e.vpericnccil in obtaining- choico young MH-ond- growth hii-korj, which is so t.inl in 'iho roiisirnolioii of the wood work. however, intend o( being compelled lohaul Utis um.im-iul tor miles upon wagons.over rough ro.uls, wo find our inu-ii-.itc net-work Of railroads pcnclratingoiirlrn Ihou- forests-, a bottor of wood amiable at much les> cost than formerly. Another druwb.iL-k in this hram-h o( trade, hori'tofoiv, has been ihe expense and ililhYiiliy in obtaining improvvd iion and ,toel; :n d still anoHier, Iho trou- ble in ubiaining fuel to manipulate this iion and aflerit is obl.iincd. Tliis tioulile too U overcome li> our raihoiiils, ami by (ho tip in our unn mldi.1 of rleh both I lie iiu-lal ami tin- fuel. Peihups, in Uii-i particular, no of tin- tod SlniL--, j., more lavoictl tli.in hull, nu.-i; and, to be more mplicit. perhaps no cily more highly blest tl'fin onrcjipiiol. nf this clly over othofi in Hie miinulactiii-iitg of cmrlages, Messrs. Shaw, l.ipponrotl Connor weiv led to tin- t-stablishmeiit of the liulianiipoli, Coiii-b Works'. This hugi-aiid desorv.-dlj popnlarcarriagc maiiulactory has alrcadj been I'avor- kuowu throngliuiu iho for ibe great vnrlolj and clcginx-e of its am! limey ins. 11 is justly one of lions of the Si-He, and which we may fuel enterprising proprietors, 'mi eluded u.-i oiir iiiiinufactiircrn IH puuiliiil. upright btisiiu'hs men, mid ascarriage builders, arc perhaps llie oldest and vi-r> iiblcsl in the They arc so widely nml fiivonibly known fiirihi-r commcnl IVoians oiilil be siipcrlluoux. Their goods iii-o of (he very highest oi-di-v Uid in evi-iy ivxped Tlio evicloncc of (his is round in llio great iiimbi-r of oi'diii1. ihey arc receiving tVum distant poiiiN, well as, their niiil increasing local I'heir works an- huge and complete, -hi'ir main bniding hsu a front of SO feel flii'fionrpiiivtroct, and riini hack 100 fool. Tlie front ii four stoiii-.s built of brick, through which one of Ueady's improved jtat- cnt which is hu-go onough o t.ikc on a complete wagon of lln> argost dimensions. Tho building is with sjieaking tubes, niul, or Ilieconvenienci' of the operatives w.itor conducted all (hroiigh lie building jiijips, n y dop.-irtincnf of (heir biisinchs s under the larcfnl bromen. all being evidence of ihe nost oversight. .i. MKUIXA, xo. .t( I ligiire.s than prioes i some New York houses that buy j second hand'. I u addition to, switch- j ef. curls Mr. Medina kcops a larsfo lanoy goods connected j with the b'lisiiH-ss, tuvli as combs, j brushes, oils, pomade, sonic dozen j kinds of invigoraiors, curlers and a iiue .stock of perrtimeo, .A..-. In the.e sniolcs, ho lakes the I lead. for Bumpology i jnjiiinjr brie, hko his subject. IuUu-8-1 begins on wlncli .siHiiili.-o T- con I'M-. .science o thcnMblv ne cording lo him, should cl hnl ,tg- the iiistitn- one luo ot proud. Its Kvr SI KKKT. Mo branch of biiainess hat, cd with greater inpidity in magni- iidc and imiJoi-lancc tlian llie trade n human hair. Ten ycurs ajjo the value of Imir Iniportod lo (his "Dmitry did uotamount )00. year it reached over ?V Tlio Ilivl bouse of any im- )ori.iiii-c doing an exclusive trade in iair in Indiana, was Mr. .J. K. Medina, at Xo. 50South li- inois sii-cct, in the early 1S07. Mr. M'cdina h.id been n the hair business several years H-evions to establishing hinisolf in and uiiderntooi.! the riidoin all ils branches. AI the close the lirst year he had one Of the ue-l stoipsin the Business ncrcased to such a dc- reo tluit ncbcgnu to feel the uccdol 101 c commodious qnarlcvs, undac- oi-dingly, in January of- last ho cmovcd to location. Xo. 1 Wfst Washington strcrt. In his- ow sioro he more than doubled (lie mount of business done in the cor- Csponding inontliB of any car. In addition to othfiv i-Qoins above as store a mann- actnry. Here arc to he seen vast the eol lector's  nyiiijf does not want to Iii-ow 'their money away hence, it In >cUcr to ptirohiao of an experienced k-ak'f IVe believe that Mr. ifcdina g the only importer of hair in the West, being connected hK, brothers in the .So great i? the t ia iTew and price-, that in thfa maimer IKS I ---a- II DllVaQ. no Mipoi tor to nnv livluir i Jircseiil. road his book rijiiU'asniall boy; he 1ms som.j ideas ami a giv.tt di-.-i! belong to an nge. nn iiuihorily in mcdidno I oni-o heard nil inloxuMlctY hay CliriNt WHS a si tint Menrv ('lay wasn henp "onibo i< jiho'iit ns man man (hat D.dton iMhu fourth has been no a.lvam MttUeol car 1S35 when Coinb. lived and wrote book wuar eiris.d over page. liol. hys aro eonsidoiiiblv or- I27-3 'y of of ion IP I on jin ond edilliin U on es IHld will L-veruUm- boh pence "I'ror. peakH of our ropu- lalloniiH n .Surgeon. loavc lUt palroiiN speiik of, ,md only IVobnndj" ,I, ul having Wo do eli an adverliheiixMit. In bidding Siililli ho too for ii mi c. h h d.spnh- n n el who s honest and who Is he surely shoulil be ubh- to Icll of small children I'lH SPlciU'O Of Smilh may yoill- Hlnlomu. your hhmlow le.S h mj Vincere winh. An If avoir. M. L'. COLK, M. There i.s .01110 diireivnce bet woeil iis in tho orthography of (liin word, il being derived n-om the llcbicw wonl COLIC. Antipathies. cin-ioiih iustiiucos arc on re- cord of tliu iiiiipmliy diwplaycd by mdi vidiiiil., certain of ood. iM-asiniiK, though a unlive of KoUimlain, had uich an to lish that even Ilichincl! of il throw him into n fever, Joseph Hcaligor mid 1 eifii- Abono never could drink milk. and Cardan was jmrticiilarly disgnsl- od nt the Mghl ot ogg of gave a whimsiwil renson for Iiisthhlikeufiisli; -Thoy aro.iiollt- jngjlmt elements congealed, or a iellv ol "water." Usually (ho, odor of llowcrg urc agreeable: bul inhdttiL-e's occur where limy exercise a totally dillercnt, of- luct. A'he jonquil ,md (he tuberose arc lUMipporlaljIolohomc: ollicrscnn not bear I he fragrance of tho lilac; even the violets, the hiHl ilowor to bJ have excited the grealcht antipathy. IIyslcrics hive been b'ro't on'by this mnrah-miillow; saHi-on bus been known to produce Mvoonlng. Others Imvu vhown aversion 'to certain miimals. Hairy 111., of. I oorta) dread, was brought out of anil tlie moment the f-rcaliire they at ___ board. The ftetUdcvcrv- dispute If you to be mikcriibJvy. you must think about vomsolft abciut what you want, what you like, iihat'- people to, iwiy t1 what pcopli) Hi Ink ftf thojb to vou nothing wilt U-1 ,pure.. YbtJ- will apoil you will makashi and misery for ybur-st of everything ncnds yoa: you will be'ag agyon A gentleman of lawa, Ifork recently, for a jnclhofl of tmg without pen or Ink." Jfc rccelr-' cd the following" ft card, In large type: I pencil."   

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