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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - August 25, 1870, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                I VOLUME 10. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1870. NUMBER 20 FREEBOltt (JOttTY STANDARD, KVI'.HI T Terms, Per la Advance, TtATKS OF ADVERTISING. Tlic following will be strictly adhercclto: 1. Religious mid charitable notices, as nlso notices of marriages mill ilcatlis, will bo inserted without charge. 2. l.esal and Government ad vertisements be' :it To ci-nt pi r squn.ro for the tir.-l iii-.euii.il. tin. I cents per square for eiu-h additional insertion. 8. oidorini: in legal advertise- ments are rejrai-dcd as neconnt.ilile for (lie unless there is an agree mtMit to charge the same to another patty. 4. Ailvcrtispinents inserted with no spec- ified "time will be published xintil forbid, and charged accordingly. Transient advertisements be paid for in advance legal, tlu- affidavit of publication is given ami all others quar- terly. Time RAILROAD. Going Ui.sl, depai t in. A' ra. ariive 12-10 p.m. .N MINNESOTA Going West. "iVells airhe li.t'O p. m. Aldeii T- Al Lea P- Oi'Unnd" p. in. J'.amsey do Trains connect at Ramsey Milwau- kee and St. Paul Railroad for nil poi its North and South. Stages connect at M'ells for Blue Kartti City, AV'uuiel.ag" City, bnu- niont. Spirit Lake. Foil Dodge, Jackson, and KstherviUe. Stages leave Wells imme- diately on .u-riv.il of train for Blue Karth Citv and WiiitK-bafro City, carrying passcn- B-ers through the same evening, and return- ing connecting with trains every morning. P-issencers from Bine Karth and V, innelnigo coin" by this route avme in St. Paul or MeC.'regor in fourteen, nnd Chicago or Mil- waukee in twenty-four hours. Put chase- tickets at stations before en- tering the e.u--, at a discount tVoin the reg- ular train prices. A. P. ui MI, Snpt. Western Division. C. W. Manager. M1LW RAILWAY. trains on the Milwaukee and S. Paul Railroad arrive "'i'1 Sundays oxcepted, as II I-ASs KM, Kit COIM: Arrive. Aiist in ll.-llll.-l'V M. ul Ramsey, Austin McC.reg 2.05 t P. M. Austin r. M. (HUM! mf I'. p. M. St. Paul Hanicey Austin Depart. M. P. M. 2: IS 1-. Jt. P. M. S'A AND ST. 1-L'TKK RAILWAY. r.oixu Winona de 11: M SI ChnrU-s 12: 12 p M Iliic-lie.sti.-r Ouatonna av .limes-. Hie CiOIXC KVST. m- p M (iv A M do 9 :o5 R'S. W r.lHil'. I'.l.ACKMKK, rUYi'KTANS srilliK MINNESOTA. A. C. M. 1'. Pd.ieknier. M. A. Ollice in the I'nion I'd ll.'s'flU-'.DT. M. D., Of'.-o lir-1 door ".iittb of the Post ORioe. All'i-i t lei, Minn, rilYSlClAN AM> Sl'KGF.ON, Geneva, Minnesota. Office door north of (KUco. T) ii's. ,v Inform the public that they have lished tli.ir t.liii'o on Id- jy. fn-t door boutii of I lie hotel ill Albert U-u, an'l i-ithcr in a HOMlKOP VTII1C or way, nccordinp Id their w i-hcs. for v.hit-h they are ided with a selection ot the BEST KIXD Of MKniClNES. Punctual nllention and careful treatment vill be g'lM-n. Ollice open 1'rom Tuesday, August Ib. Hotels. VI.UKN HtH'SE. Cornet-of Main and Broiulway, ALDKN, MINNKSOT.V. The proprietor [of this new hotel takes pleasure in calling attention lo bis excel- lent accommodation'! and means of eiiter- travelers. II U KU, Proprietor. W USTKKN UO.MF.. II. L. lU'binson, Proprietor, ALI'-KKTLEA, MINNESOTA. P.oarders, by the day or week, accommo- dated. T R AY KLK RS ENT KRTA1NED. Stages for all points stop at the door. r IIOTKL. N JLawycrs A' AG. WE DOE. ATTORN' KV AT LAW, Land Collecting Agent. Albert l.ea, Minn. Ollice in Union block over thu Drug Store of Wedge HUckmcr. Has a complete, and the only, abstract of title to all lands in Freeborn County. Abstracts furnished nnd cerliiicd to us required by law; and titles perfected upon reasonable terms. A 'J' T O It N E i" A T L A AV OtHccnl the Court House. ALBERT LKA, MINN. 6c TVRHU, Attorneys at Law, Notaries Public, lieal Estate and Collection Agents. CONVKYANCLNCr of all kinds acciirate'y done, acknowledg- ments taken, oaths administered, Taxes ptiid. Titles investigated, Lands bought and sold. Will pay particular atten- tion to collecting. Corner Clark and Newton St. Albert Leu. E. C. STACY, A. M. TVRKK. F UKDIiUICK ATTOUNEY AND COUNSELOR At Law, and Notary Public. Broadway, Albert Lea, Minnesota. 024 II. D. IHiOWN, LAND AND COLLKCTING ACKNT. Ilome.stcadb procured at my office. Late plats kept on hand. Information by letter or otherwise, furnished gratis. I rcpresiMit tirat-class Fire, Life, and Casually Insurance Companies. BALL, ITnving just opened n. Jfl JEM T Jfl .HKJKJET, Is prepared to supply hi.s many friends with choice cuts at the cheapest rate. A complete supply will be kept constantly on hand. Shop oil the corner of Broadnay and William St., opposite Hall's, bank. Albert Lea, Minn. II :52tf D F.NNIS MUUHV lias opened at i he old .stand on Clark street, and will take pleasure in waiting i pon customers. JL i r >St ables. G ILBI-UIT BAKL'EN Having purohn.scd the new and commo- dious stable of A. B. Davis, takes occa- sion to say to his old friends and patrons, that he has oped -d a and be ready at all times to supply or- der.s for single or double rigs, according to the wants of his friends. Stable near the Webber House, Albert Lea, Minn. 9 OS If rather, Corner of Bioiidway and College Streets, Albert Lea, Minnesota. take this occasion to announce to the public that I have just opened a new Hotel, krion 11 as the MINNESOTA HOUSE, And am prepared to fuvnUh ample means for "the accommodation of guests. Table supplied with the best the market affords. Stables on the premises with plenty grain .and hay. Clark Street, Albert Lea, Minn. 9 BOtf Ilfvsiso, Proprietor. F LECK HOUSE. Chatham street, Austin, Minn. J. A. 31. FLKCK, Proprietors. Stages leave this House daily fornli points. Good stabling and attentive hostlers. (7 13 H. Bl'TLKK, AND FASHIONABLE HAIll- DRKSSHR. Highest price paid for Human Hair. Next door north of Stage's Hardware Store. Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. II O. Grocer arid Dealer in Green, Drifid, and Canned Fruits, choice brands of Cigars and Tobacco, Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquor-, tc. No 28 Bridge Street, Owutoiuia. Minn. JKCK FA UN II AM, for HOUSE GKNKUAL JO1NK11 WOKK. Shop on Washington street, north of Chirk. Albert Lea, Minn. NEW HARNESS SlP, GREAT REDUCTION IX PRIDES! Having just completed his fine Would non1 give notice tolas friends and patrons that he is fully prepared to furnish goods in his lino as CHEAP AS CAN BE EOUGIIT West of the Mississippi River, and AVARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. He has a large stock and variety of HIDING SADDLES of all kinds, both for ladies and gentlemen, besides TRUNKS, VALISES, WHIPS, BRUSHES, CtJKUY COMBS, HARNESS OIL and BLACKING, and, in short, everything which is kept in a first-clabs shop. and on short notice. All KISDS OF BUGGY TRIMMOG done nt short notice. Remember the place. New building on Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. To Mill-Owners and Threshers. J. Has received, and'will keep constantly on hand, a full assortment of all widths of tbe best Oak Tanned MACHINE BELTING, nnd Lace with the largest and cheapest stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, LEATHER, to be found in Southern Minnesota. Corner Main und Mill streets, sign of the Big Boot, Austin. Mi.nn, low" Blacksmiths. I) AN. J. B1CKFOR1J, -JPLJ' Would call the attentiiin of the public- to his facilities for BLACKSMITH ING fc HOJRSErSHOElNG. 'done .cheap, expeditiously, and -in the inflict ory manner. him a call. Shop south of the Harrington House, near Spring Lake. ALBERT l.fi MINN. WOODRUFF Has erected a new BLACKSMITH SHOP, And is now prepared to do all kinds of work in his line. Do not mistake the place corner of Newton and William streets, Albert Leu, Minn. K WOOD'S OX AND COW 15ELL FACTORY. "We keep on hand reudy-nindo (or will make to order) bells of all styles. Have alto in connection with this, a black- smith shop, and will Jo all kinds of black- smithing in a manner unexcelled. Particu- lar attention given to liorse-flloeing. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Shop, corner ot'Clark and Washington streets, Alert Lea, Minn- If BKOAVN PRATT, Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of eft? of every description. Thehe gentlemen be- ing long experienced in the business, and having 'erected a largo Carriage House 24x00 feet, with BLACKSMITH PAINT SHOP attached, are now prepared to do KIWBS OF WOJEJSf in t heii- line. Parties are invited to cull and examine stock arid specimens of work before [Hii-chii-ing elsewhere. Kepaii-ing done on chort notice. Shop youth of the Westefn Home hotel. Albert J.ea. Minn. GEO. DUO M MK j; 11 AUriKN, I Manufacturer of WAGONS. CUTTEKS, AND SI.KKIHS of every description. llep.tiring done to order and on ilie shortest notice. Shop on Clark street, Albert Lea, Minn. W INONA CARRIAGE WORKS. Manufacturers of LIGHT CAKR1.VGKS, KXi'UESS WAGONS Concord and Platform Wagons, Sleighs Ac. We use Kastern timber, employ the best mechanics, nnd warrant our work. Grant Lalor, Proprietors. Winona Min- nesota, v8 10 VFhFi'EK, Manufacturer and Dealer in all of LUMBKR WAGONS, BUGGIES, Sleighs, Bobs, Stock kept con- sianily on band, and rcpairiiift done to order. Shop on Chirk Street, Albert Lea, Minnesota. oTtf o LAKSO.V, Wholesiilc and Retail Manufacturers of JLVMBKK M'AGONS, CAHR1AGES, Sleighs, Cutters. Rrtnil dealers sup- plied Wagon Buggy stock, or the manufnctured articles, by the car load. Corner of Fifth St., Kueh- e-itcr, Minn. CJ STtf 17IKST-CLASS.F1KE1NSUHANCECOM- PAN IRS, to-wit: The "Old and "'Put- of Hurl ford. And the "siocn'r it y and Coilti- oi'New V'ork, Represented at Albert Lea by A. G. WEDOK.' Fire risks taken nt the ion-rat possiMf rates, and losyos promiitly Insures against loss or damage by lightning. ___, LIFE INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK, Offers unsurpassed inducements to persons wishing to insure their lives. For table rates of the different kinds of policies issued, inquire of A. G. "WEDGE, Local Agent, ALBERT LEA, MINN. Cliff ItCOMH. A. H. STREET, M. D., Having pur- chased prop- erty and es- i a b 1 i s h e d himself at this place, will attend to all busi- ness., in the line of his- profession. ALL WORK WAK- BANTED to givucomplete satisfaction. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIS Office, at his Drug near -the Post Office, Albert Lea, Minnesota. PllOTOCUlArtt GALLERY, East side of Broadway, ESTABLISHED jtfOVEMKEB 1866. I shall be pleased 'to serve'all vvlid -wish PICTURES OF ANY SIZE OB STYLE, Those beautiful Gems taken in large num- bers at one sitting. Copying done in a workmanlike manner. Instructions in the profession given at reasonable rates. Oflice hours from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M, v6 37.tf S. S. EDWARDS, Artist. Go to A. K. Johnson's for great bar- gains in all kinds of goods. MRS. JOHN STAGE Wishes to inform her numerous friends and customers that she hus just received from the East, a larger und better stock of AND LADIES' riRXISIIIXO GOODS Than has ever before been offered in this market Her stock, in purl, consists of all kinds of STK.YW and FANCY HATS, AR- TIFICIAL and HAIR of the latest s-tvle.s, KIBIWNS, LACES, SILKS, HOOP 'SKIRTS, BASKETS, GAITKKS, HIIOES, .SLIPPERS, PAH AHOLS, GLOVES nil of will be .sold unusual- ly, cheap. 11 See. Cabin cl Ware. Manufacturer of, nnd Denier in all kinds of Having purchased the entire stock of J. Wuri-eu, I am prcjiared to sell ull kinds of FURNITURE lib can be bought west of the Mis- bi-sippi. Among my stock v, ill be found _ OLJNGEES-, Of all description. BUREAUS, WASHSTANDS, QU AKTKTTS, TEA TOY S, Worktables, "Whatnots, CHAIR 8, Of all description, And in fact everything found in a country I-'urnitute Store, kept constantly on Corner of Wafer and Washington Streets, Albert Lea. Minnesota. B. H. SKAUG. Merchant Tailor. lie heretiy annuunc-ei a arrival ol NEW of T K I M M I N G S ilATS OF LATIOST STVLKS, Cut ting: nntl Jffttking done lo order. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA. TJ CONNOR, HOUSE CARRIAGE PAINTER. Graining, Paper-Hanging, nnd in fact all kinds of work in his line dune to order. Shop in Judge House's old drug store. ALBERT LEA, MINN One hundred bushels of corn for sale at WEDQC BLACKMKR'S. TUB FREEDOM COUNTY AGRI- CCLTCRALJOCIETY, A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Freeborn County Agricultural Society was held at the ofliee of the Secretary in Albert Leu, on Saturday, August 13, 1870, at 2 o'clock r. M. The time for holding the County Fair for 1870 was fixed for Thursday and Friday, September 29 and 80. Tbe entrance fee to Floral Hall was fixed at 25 cents; family tickets, St. The following premium list was agreed upon: DIVISION A.----CATTLE. CtASS Cows, Heifers, and Calves. Best bull, 3 years old or 00 Second 2 00 2 years old bull....................... 200 Second 1 00 Best, yearling bull................. 1 00 Second best................................... dipl, Best milch cow 3 years old or over... 3 00 Second best................................... 200 Best 2 years old heifer.................... 200 Second 100 Best calf or yearling heifer.............. 100 Second be.st................................... dipl. CL.VHI Oxen and Best. wcu king oxen.................. 400 Second be.st................................... 200 Best, yoke steers, 4 years old............ 3 00 Second best................................. dO Best yoke steers, y yeais old............ 2 00 Second best................................. 1 00 Best yoke steers, 2 years old............ 3 'if) Second beV................................. dipl. Best yoke steers, one year old......... 1 00 Second bunt................................. dipl. Cr. Cattle. Best fat ox.................................... 2 00 Second 1 00 Best fnt cow................................ 200 Second best................................. 1 00 Bestial steer................................. 1 00 Second best................................. dipl. Cost fat huifer............................. 1 00 D. Hull, Chairman; Chris Michaelson, Wm. Moore. DIVISION CLASS for Ait Work. lie.st stullinn -I ycau old or over...... 5 00 Second ber-l.................................. 00 Rest brood mare and colt................. 00 Second best................................... 00 Best stallion 3 years old.................. 3 00 Second best................................... 1 50 Best mare 4 years old or over........... .'J 00 Second 200 Best colt 3 yenrs old....................... 300 Second best................................... 200 Rest colt 2 years old........................ 2 00 Second best................................... 1 00 Best Colt 1 year old........................ 100 Second best................................... dipl. Be.st sucking colt........................... 1 iMi Second best................................... dipl. CLASS If or iff. Best draught homes, geldsngs or mares, finy age............................ o OO Second bent................................... 200 Beat single draught horse, any age... 2 00 Second best................................... dipl. Cuss nnj Xuiylt pair matched carriage horses, 4 years old or o-.or........................ Second besl................................... 200 Best pair matched horses for all work 3 00 Second best................................... Best single eaj r-hige 2 "0 Secmid 1 (id c-st trained saddii; horse................. 2 HO I J'cJl double ciirriiige harness 1 DO iSicmtl best Best single carriage harness 1 00 Second best dipl. fieM duiiljlc or iai-ui uaipu Jifmn-ss... 1 W Seco id best lipl. horse collar 1 (X) .Second best dipl. Best gents' riding saddle 1 00 Second bust dipl. Bcsl ladies' riding saddle 100 Second best dipl. Judges H N. Ostrander, Chairman; Andrew Sampson. IS. I-'. CLASS V IVwluia. Best 10 woolen ilunjjc-1, home made 1 00 Second best dipl. Best Id nig cm-pel do Second Behl health rug 100 .Second best Best pair woolen stockings 00 Second best dipl. fietf 2 pounds tlocking yarn Second best 'lipl. Ben and handsomest patch-work quill 1 00 .Second best dipl. Best bed comforter Second best dipl. Best 10 yards low ololl Second best dipl. Judges J. K. Smith. Cliah-iinni Mrs. Win. ilbun, Mrs. KobeitK. Budlong. DIVISION F. POU'I-TltY. Best lot hens 1 On Second best dipl. Best lot tuikeys 1 Od Second dipl. Hen lot ducks 1 00 Second be1-! dipl. Bc-t lot 1 Od Second be-t Judges- (J. It. lian Joui, 'hairnian (run- v, aid Joluihi-ud, Mr. 11. N.Lane. DIVISION O. FINE ARTS AND NKK- llJ.E-iVoRK. CLA-.S I l-'uic Best intirtg in oil '2 .Second best lipl Best miimal portrait 2 (XI Second Best water color dialing 2 (Kl Seinnd lro-a (lipl. Bes-t collection ambrotypeb and pliolo- prapb.s dipl Second b'.'-t 1 00 Ci JJ'jrtti. Best .-inllitin, i years old or 0 Od Second best :j trodiiij; -itiHiuu under 0 years- old Second bcsi 2 O1) pair matcln-d trotting hoises, marcs nr 3 Of) Second beM 1! fm single mare or hor.se 2 ornamental in-nmaii-liip dipl. llcst specimen ornanii ntal cicrn paint- ing dijil. Judges ll'-niy ThiirMuii, Cliuii iiiun D. J'. ('uilis, Tljcop rv. II and vthir f.ix- i-picimcn of otnamcntal nccdlo work......................................... OO Second >.c-t................................. dipl. Best specimen silk embroidery.......... 1 CK) Se.-ond bi-t................................... I Ml dipl. Best ni nil in L- mare or hurce.............. 2 k 1 W Secmid IM-SI.................................. Best ottm.mu................................. J 'on bcsi..................................lijil Best two sjjucinii'iis of niubknielnna... 26 Second best dipl. Best I wo man" of nutmeg melons 25 Second be-t dipl Judges Kev. Mr M oll.sburg, Cliairiuuli Chris Johnson. 1. 11. I'ac-c. CI.A s.s II I I .t. Best and greatest variety of roots for catlle Second Best and greatest of culinnry vegetables _.. 50 Scooiid dipl. Besi blond beets "r, Best three turnip-i noted beets Best llireu IH.-U it, ol cauliflowers Best three heads ol cabbage K( st thr -P cur mis Be.-t Ihiec lij Be-t three curnmberK Be-t huiJ' peck r, nidus- 'jr, Best peck tntilu potatoes lift Best three Miiuinpi- s-qnasdiec 25 Best tlnee winter squashes 25 .'Jen three pumpkins. Best half peel: I (nn.it ues If! Bc-t three vegetable oysters Best three tint turnip- 25 Be-l quart field beans Be.-it quart friirden beans 25 Best six stalks rhubarb 25 Judges M. (irinager, Chairman: R. (J. Ciidy, Fred. Fink. IV Best speciiin.'n grape wine fi'J Second best Best specimen blackberry wirio Second dipl. Be-t -pet-mien strmvberry wino 60 Sr.eond )iest I'.e-t specimen gor.veberi s wino Se. ond be-t clij.l. B- -t L-cinic'n ru'jiberry nine 6O Secr.pd ln-t dipl. Besi sp' cimeii currant 50 Second best dipl. JJcM -jreciuien rl.ubm b 6O Second bc-t dipl. Best specimen tomato Second best The Committee. DIVIfeKJX J. URA1N, J-'LUL'R, MEAL, AND Be-l neek spring wln-m 2 OU 1 00 Ue-I J.eek 60 Sei ond best dil li. -I b.-u-I'-.v B" st peck 60 dipl. 60 dipl. Second best.' 1 OO Ci. .fucks tintl Mulrs. lie.-! Spanish or Maltese jack 3 00 St-rond best licsi Jenny 3 OD Second best dipl. Best pair iimles OO Second best dipl. Judges Samuel Johnson Chairman: S. Tartndge, L'. D. Hodgcrs. DIVISION SHEEP. Cn.sS I Jfrrtfl'i'. Bes dipl. 50 dipl. 50 dipl. 50 Hen crochet shuul 1 Od Second best dipl Cost chair COM-I- 5d Second best dipl. Be-t knit hood .jd Second be-t dijd. Be-t lamp mat.. "id SVcund be-t dipl. Bc-t specimen of wor-icd work Serund bo-t dipl. lace euiljroidery 1 dO Best buck 1 jc-ar old or user............ 2 00 dijd. S-cond be-t................................... fH' B.-i specimen ol work.............. on o 2 yeurb old or over.........i 00 j. Second 1 2 (Ml Second best I O" licit buck 1 vcar old or over............. fXi Best irmup ol !io-Aer-................ 1 OO S-. n 1 be.-t................................. dipl. I'n'st sptri-iiurn ol agricultural 1 Secon 1 best dipl Best specimen leather ork............ Second best.................................. dipl. Second 2 (Kl j Be-t spec, sewing by a girl under 1-1.. 1 UO Best eives................................... 3 IX} j Serond best................................... Second 2 (ID Neatest darned stocking-................ Best iai'ilis-................................. 2 Oil I Second best................................... dipl. Second best................................... IW end mended gh.ve......... 'jl> best................................... dipl speciiiien ct' shell 1 0" Second be-t.................................. dipl. Seioud bi-st...................................lipl. s Miss Kinina M alknr, ('hairman Mrs. C-o W. Skinner. Miss Elsie Hob" M Johnson, Chairman Geo. Gardner, I'. 1C. DIVISION" 1 Be-t Clu-stei- While boar................... 2 dO Second best................................... 1 Od j Best White breeding sow...... 2 (id Second best................................... 1 Od Best -1 pigs.................................... 2 (K) Second best................................... 1 00 Same premiums as- in Class 1. Same premiums as in Class I. Same premiums as in Class I. Same premiums (is in Class 1. F. Jones, Chairman; Mitch- ell Chirk, Charles White. DIVISION E.----DOMESTIC MAXl'FAC- TL'RKS. CLASS fmjilcmtnts. Best double wagon Second best 1 OO Best democrat wagon, double 2 00 Second best 1 Od Best democrat wagon, single 200 Second best 1 00 Best family cnrriage dipl. Best single horse earrtnge dipl. Best single buggy dipl Best spring wagon for market dipl. Best horse hay rake dipl. Best fanning mill dipl. Best sulky plow dipl. Best corn plow dipl. Best crossing plow dipl. Best, breaking plow dipl. Best corn ,sheller dipl. Best ox yoke Beat pair bob sleds dipl. Best harrow dipl. Best driil dipl. Best broadcast dipl. CLASS II. Dairy and Household Arctiies. Best cluirn dipl. Best cheese press dipl. Best milk pans, not less than 6 dipl. Best milk strainer dipl. Best dozen brooms dipl. Best rnop and hnndle dipl. Best pump for cistern, dipl. Bost pump for wells dipl. Best washing machine dipl. Best clothes wringer dipl. Best spinning wheel dipl. Best clothes horse dipl. Best assortment, of wooden ware dipl. Best assortment of tin or metal ware dipl. Best assort menlfor dairy or kitchen use dipl Judges S. N. Frisbie, Chairman, E. P. Clark, Henry Tunell. CLASS III Furniture. Best, specimen of cabinet-ware 200 Second best dipl. Best set of chairs 1 00 Second best dipl. CLASS IV Articles of Leather. Best pair' gents' tbick boots 1' 00 Second best Best pair gents' fine boots 1 00 Second best dipl. DIVISION II. Fi.OWKRS AND KUU1T. CLIPS 1 Fluiren. Best more green-house fruits-.... Second dipl. Best and greatest of skillfully gMUipeil 'id Second best dipl. Best and greatest variety of ro.Jes- Second host dip'. Best and greatest Mirielv of dahlias.... od Secdiid best djrl. Best and greatest variety of German asters 50 Second host difd. Best and greatest variety of phloh 2-> Second best dipl. and greatest variety of verbenas: Second best dipl. Best and greatest variety of hardy an- nual flowering plants in bloom Second best dipl. Best floral design 50 Second best dipl. Best botjnet, round Second best dipl. Best boquet, flat Second best dipl. Best and most tastefully arranged bas- kei of flowers 25 Second best dipl. Judges Mrs. Gco. Whitman, Chnirmau Mrs. J. W. Devorattx, Miss Anna Loury. CLAPS 11 J-'ruils. Bcs-l collection of fruits .TOO Second best 2 00 Best .seedling grapes 1 00 Second best lipl. Best seedling plum 1 00 Second be.st dipl. Best single variety of grapes 1 00 Second best dipl. Best and most extensive collection of native grapes 25 Second best dipl. Best and most extensive collection of foreign grapes 1 00 Second best 50 Third best dipl. Best quart of cultivated cranberries.. 1 00 Second best dipl. Best and greatest number and choicest variety of cultivated apples 1 00 Second best 50 Third best dipl. Best and greatest variety of foreign crab apples 50 Second best 25 Third best dipl. Best and greatest variety of native crab apples Second best 26 dipl. Best collection of cultivated plums 1 00 Second best dipl. Best four varieties of plums 60 Second best dipl. Best two specimens of watermelons... 25 Second best dipl. 60 dipl. 50 dipl. 50 Jjpl. 1 (X) Best pc< k corn Second best Bi--t ].eua Su-uiid best Best peck Second bc-t Best peck seed Sec., nd best Bc-t peck seed Second be-t IJe-t peck heat S.-oind be.-t Best ]ieck cunc need Secund be-t h.slf p'.ck redtop gi ifcs seed Second bc-t Be.-t halt ik flai seed Second be-t Be-t hull' pound hops Second he t Be.-t exhibition of general a ss-ori men t of si ed- for field ri UL-S dipl. and 1 00 Be-f hjbii ofLrenei-Hl of seed- fur garden dipl and 1 00 50 pounds rthc'Ht tlour 1 00 pounds dipl. Uc-t pound- emu m'-.il dipl. Ainlicws-, Chairman (lie I'eier.-oii. M. Jk-witt. PlVlsKj.N J. DA1KY ANIi HOUSKHOr.D OO dipl. 1 (A) dipl. 1 OO dipl. 1 00 1 00 dipl. yft dipl. -jri dtpl. 25 dipl. 25 dipl. Ci   o'clock r, M. of the first duy. Judges will meet the Secretary's oflice at or before 9 o'clock M. of the second d.-iy, receive their and at once proceed to their duties' nnrl report to ihe Secretary nt or before 1 o'clock p. M., except the judges on Divisions B and K, who will will report at 1 o'clock. No article will be ruled our on accoinfc, having been previously exhibited. Articles receiving a premium in ouo class, cannot compete in any other. The judges rony withhold piiemiums the article exBioited' arc not considered worthy, whether there is competition not. The judges of each class have discretion. to award premiums to such Articles as arc; worthy, but which are not enumerated in, tihcir clasp. The address ivill be delivered at 2 j p. M. of the second day, anil immediately there- after the awards of premiums will be rend and the election of officers for eiuming your take place. The executive committee meet. earnasO'y request the assistance of all pcrsorw throughout, the county, and hope till citi- zens will contribute to encourage a spirit of emulation, and thus aid in im- proving and developing the resources ad our county. K. HALL. A. G. Secretary. NEWSPAPER!   

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