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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - October 26, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA your country May it always be rights but right or wrong our vol. Carlisle pan thursday october 26, 1865. No. 19. A no indebted to our Noigh Bora of in Herald for the following our agricultural our county fair. Ii air. Which was held of the filth 12th and 13tli inst., was in every respect the most a the a to Tractive fair Ever held in this a of cars were entertained by Many that after Vot of Longan interval consequent on the Youb sled Stato f tho country any attempt on the part of Ali 3 managers of the agricultural so jux Sioto to held a fair this full might prove a failure but they have Boon to Orrist Figredo it ably disappointed Fob in Point of numbers and i Orlias display tho Success Lias been Intro decided than Over its Host Salg Riiho a did Locatos could have anticipated. Xxi agricultural productions As a vol a of certain kinds of Stock tho contributions wore. Mot As Largo As in for tet years but tho sex la bit Ion of farming Ittis moments was Quito Quot embracing All tho modern and invent ibis in til at Branch of a amp Dusty while tho display of horses was far. A wiper for to any to Llano Oyer had in cum a Quot of a Arland county. A. A i Wiir limits will stat Day allow ii detailed not bight of All tho contributions to tho fair Jerjo wish however to to All and if Iff fic Harned of any ave Wii Tuthil str their Noti gets Lack a foil description of Ali eur a Florist it lib by by attributed Iii some cases to Trio a Lineo of tho owners Ned in Otic to to it Liri air Leviso cry tvs which surging backward and Forward Eori Boualy interfered wit i it Tyr fool of tho various s Pec Focha f tac Chancial has to passed hastily through tho grounds m wednesday to found thos hods for horses id cattle Well filled farm products and implements Niso in tho places designated for them and a mechanical Hall glittering with of Jafano display of articles useful As Woli As or of Ilia Montpl and tho number present was in Fei itally a Largo for the first Day of tho a a urday however was tho Gola Day. At Early hour tho streets wore filled with a gory a podes of be Liilo bringing in our Mutry friends and tho trains East and Jmst Enzro in loaded to their utmost capacity with visitors. Throughout the Day the a re ids Wero literally thronged. Tho pros Elf Alfice Quot of several thousand ladies tho music of bands tho sports of tho a bring a and the Fel audits of tire crowd As the a fast nags sped found rendered it a scene of gaiety and i matzoh which must have Boon seen to Boully appreciated. A 3�� to were Glud to Seo that the managers Isad enlarged the trial course and we Hope be Success of this year has Given the society Penis As Well As encouragement to Maleo stalls 23 and 26�?the sumo owner Rich it itch. A pair of Hay horses for Sii Lilc Pic double harness. Stall no. 27�?a. Bay Saddle horse 0 years old by tho same owner. ,. Stalls 28 and 29�?were occupied by a Brown horse 6 years old of tho a Grey Eagle Stock raised in Illinois and a Bay Marc of the a windflower and a Harp cry Stock. They Wero entered by Joseph t. Weakley. Thoy arc very Superior for Light draft and said to to of As Good blood As any Stock on tho ground both being sired by thoroughbreds. Stall 31 contained a Black Mare Between 3 and 4 years old owned by Parker a. Moore. Bile is of tho a Charles Harris Stock and suite Ahlo for Light Saddle or harness. Stall 32�?a Black Mare 8 years old entered by w. Wash mood. A Fine pc Timen of heavy draft. Stall 33�?a Browh horse 7yoars old owned by Elias Brenneman. An excellent driving horse and a very first Trotter. Stall 34 contained a Grey Mare 3 years old and a very Fixie animal also owned by or Brenner Iriani. 1 stall 35�?a Hily Mare Between 3 and 4 years old by it Trio for harness entered by Theodore Jones a a. Stalls 86 and 37 were occupied by a pair of Grey horses 8 yes re old. Owned by Ciol. Joseph Totton. Those horses Are suitable for family use being equally Good under tho Saddle or in single or double Hnry fess they Are very gentle and Woll matched. Stall 89�?s. A. Payne exhibited it i int sorrel Colt 2 years old a very splendid ape Cimen of the 1 Chester lion Stock. Stall 40�?a Brown horse 6 Yoars old of Light draft entered by f. Byla stall 41�?Hoffman amp Bitting exhibited a Bay horse for Light draft. Stall 42, a arty Marc by the same owners stall 43�?marshall amp brother exhibited a Grey Huiao 12 years old very Fust in Light Hiu Fairiss. A. St full 44�?tho same owners exhibited a Bav Mare 12 years old entered for Speed in a Gilt harness. It stall 47�?John Stuart or exhibited a Harris Mare 4 years old. Stall 48 was occupied by a Bay Mare 5 years old very Large and Olio of tho finest horses in appearance on Trio ground. Entered by Willmm Sheafor. A. Stall 49 Cotita hed a lady a policy 3 years old owned by John Strwart or., stall 60�?John Peterr Iiah exhibited his Black st Alliott a a Peford this splendid Ani Neal is of the celebrated a a arabian Stock wild is one of the finest a Tandri horses we Lavri Over seen he is of ipod in York county. Stall 51 contained to very Fine horse entered by Abraham stickler he is a Bay Between f and 8 Yei its old for single harness. Stall 52�?John w. Strickler exhibited a Hay horse of the same ago said to to a very excellent Saddle horse. Stall 63 contained a a Harris Volt entered by Michael Gleim. He is a Light sorrel Het Weon 2 and 3 years old. ,. Stall 54 was a splendid stallion. 5 Yeats old of lib celebrated a a car it Diane Stock dam by a a Chester lion who is 5 years old and Ono of the finest fories pit the ground. To is Well Mado indie siting both strength and endurance. This a Bro was stall 84�?by John. Sherrick a Hay Lionso 6 years old. Offered for Sale at �325. Stall 85�?David ii. Gill exhibited a pair of Bays 6 years old for Light draft. Stall 86�?a Roan horse 10 years old by Charles a. Boas. Stall 87�?a pair of Brown horses for heavy draft exhibited by George h. Miller. Stall 88�?John Walter exhibited a Dun horse 7 Yoars old Fot Light harness and very fast. Stall 89�?Samuel hotter exhibited a Brood Mare and very Fine a a Harris Colt. Stall 90�?by writ. Boas to sorrel Mure 6 years old for Light draft. Stall 91 to 93 was appropriated to Fedor pc Ffora a of ties who exhibited a Jack and 6 Joii Hies All or. Excellent condition. Stall 94�?� pair of sorrow horses 3 years old for harness by j. A. Biller. James e. Wise exhibited a very Fino stallion g. Beyster a pair of dark Hay mares �?6 years old. One of the finest 6 mules teams in this county was exhibited during the fair it is a owner by the county poor House. The Wagon was loaded with 8 cords of Hickory Wood. A a 6 horse team was entered by Thomas and Henry Lee and attracted great attention on account of the siae and App Barahco of the horses. The Wagon to. Which they wore attached was also loaded with three full Corda of Hickory. The premiums awarded Are As follow i class 3�?rouses, Host Lionso Colt bot.2 a 3 yrs. Old 1# to Tor Uno. Craighead 0 00 2iid boat Llota Colt bet. 2 amp 3 yrs. Old Midi. Gloom 4 00 ill at Yeoh Itig Colt by Harris to it. Crop Gload 4 00 licit Moro Over 4 , writ so traitor. 6 00 2nd Best Maro Over 4 yrs. Old a. J. Gitt 4 00 Best a a botweon3 , 500 2nd Best a a both obit u amp 4 yrs. Old p. J. Moore 3 00 Best Colt Botteon 2,4 3 Yold by Harris s. Sling to. 2nd Best Colt b a to try on 2 4 3 yrs. Old. Jas. I. Bell Best pair of horses Light Dot. Ans. S. A Terrott a nil Best pair of Horas Light lit. Jno. O. St wort beat Anglo Saddle Lionso David Long Best single harness horse i Lowry Bronniman bust Colt 4 Nios. Old Samuel Hoffman 2nd boat 4 a a a a Perca in. Que Gloy boat Colt Botteon 3 4 4 Yra old prod. Watts 2nd beat Botteon 3 4 4 its. Old David Long beat pacing Borbo we. My Koo 2d Best pacing Lio afr a. B. Hock class 4�?stallions a. Boat stallion Over 4 Yomara old Job. Martin 2d boat a a a a a a a a David i Ong j a. Ii l Bett Voon 3 4 4 yrs. Old s. Scorpo 0 00 2hd Host a Between Quot Yra. Old Clima. Ghulst 4 00 Dost pair of draught Hersca goo. H. Miller licit null ii team Honry Snyder beat Tenni of Horb is thos. Amp Honry Loo Bost thorough Bro d stallion a Ibn Ginor a i c. Jordan map eclat Prem. Beat drug lit Litao a. Morr Laon. 2hd boat Drai ight horse David Long. Jacks til d John web Apodala prom to Tab Pottor horned cattle a to tip tries in this department wore not to Law go hut the Quality was excellent. A of Dan Mcbride exhibited a very Fine calf ii cow and calf by j Ames l. S Wigert a very fifino Durham cow 6 years old owned by w. T. Brandon two Devon heifers 18 months bid owned by John Myers a Durham Heifer 1 year old and a thoroughbred Bull 2 years old owned by George w. Leas and. Both cry Fine specimens of tho Stock. Also a thoroughbred Durham Teifer owned by or. Leas. A very fihe Durham Bull 2 4 00 3 00 6 00 4 00 6 00 6 00 3 00 2 00 4 00 3 00 6 00 4 00 10 00 6 00 7 00 8 00 8 00 10 00 6 00 4 co 6 00 fifth is we of Strongin Ana in Aranco. Unis Norse web a i. V v 1 i _ ii of Tom tto Quot j xdiwmorrrs6ndfsbullrmi"dj al bipod a Ucli Dufo �?o�3�?o Imiru Atte grounds for future Obi Vitolis. A i 0t.n be titty a it it a a i nil n. To Meh 2 Vears of Samuel Quot Vav. Sharb Foybe grounds for fut pro tho Imp a Ryan roof these annual of tiers to tho natural and mocha foal ill Tol Costa of the _0unty, cannot be overrated and to. Feel a be red time tho managers tho Liberal Enterprise and enthusiasm necessary to �i�?T4%arry them successfully Forward if their of ports Are seconded Iti a proper Thaher by tile i Elt 0 As. Large hearted philanthropy and a jul spirit Aro the Only olo ments of Success a lit such institutions and if every Ono who a a a Onui an interest it this matter will come up j60 la e work a old Mother Cumberland will to Able to present a display at our not r unequalled by atty of list county in tho Tate. In Numo rating the various contributions to to it fair we Corn Keheo with the horses on exhibition in this Cootie Etoh to shall first introduce the celebrated stallion a Charles Harris to shed by tho Cumberland county agricultural society. To is thoroughbred 9 years old and was raised in Kentucky. Tho a Harris Colts Are considered among the Stock in this county. A to �11 no. 1 contained it Bay Colt 3 Yetts fawned i Doh ii a. Zimmerman tall to. 2 d Grey horse 12 years old for it harness and stall no. 3, a sorrel Mare Ith owned by or. Z. These horses press Fife d Ine appearance hut on account of the a Bice of tho keeper to could hot ask certain so Sijia Stock they Wero of. A no. 4 was occupied by a blown Maro entered by or. L. Vandersloot. She is a dts Tough bred raised in Kentucky 12 years a to Lold. She is said to to a very Superior Ani a i Wal for Singla stall no. 8�?had a dark Hay Colt 2 years , entered by John o. Kaufman. This a a a Vety elegantly Forit de animal. Stall no. 7�?hoilry Bronniman exhibited a. Aft Iron Grey horse 6 years old. To is very a a to fitly built. Stall no. 8�?had another Iron Grey of the a �0 age by Isaac Brenneman. Both of to am wore very Fino specimens and to should suppose suitable for heavy draft. Stall no. 9�?d. Kaufman exhibited a very Ann horse for heavy draft 6 years old stall no. 10�?contained a Grey horse for it harness 6 years old Quot stall no. 11�?c. F. Wise exhibited a Hay ire 8 years old Good for Saddle or liar iss and vory gentle. Stall no. 12�?was occupied by s Hay a so 4 years old. To is a splendid Lionso ill 16 hands High and calculated for heavy Light draft. To was entered by Jacob Linck. Stall no. 5�?a Hay horse entered by Jas. Martin 6 years old. A Good Saddle horse. Stalls 14 and 15 Wero occupied by a pair Roan horses entered by George Hoy Are 6 and 7 years old Well matched d suitable for double harness. Stall no. 16�?a dark Strol horse exp in by Philip Bree Bill. This is an elegant iving Hobo and presents a very Fine a Earnner. Stall no -17�?John w. Craighead exhibited a a a Taylor Colt 2 years old. He is Well i armed and presents ail tho Good Points for hich this Stock is Colo rated. Stall no. 18�?tho same gentleman had a Ery Fine sorrel Colt 1 year old sired by Charles Harris a a stall no. 19�?michael Gleim exhibited a dark Bay Mare 7 Yea sold suitable for Light draft. A stall no. 2 1�?a a a Harris Colt hot Woen 4 and 5 months old entered by p. Quigley. Stall no.-21�?a Hay Colt 13-months old a j. N. Peffer. A Beautiful animal. Stall no. 22�?james Duffy exhibited a Lack Colt Between 2 and 3 years old. Very Argo and full of muscle. Stall no. 23�?had a Bay horse owned by 2, b. Hook 5 years old said to be an of Eccl it it pacer. Stall no 24�?a. J. Gitt exhibited a Hays of a ssh a in re Good for Saddle or Harnoss and fast. Ion a a stall 55�?Hon. F. Watts exhibited a pair of a a Harris Colts 3j and 4j Venus old. Stall 66 contained a pair of a Harris mares 4 years old entered by tho same stall 57�?a Black Mare 8 years did for. Family use owned by writ. Quot Mcgrean stall 58�?Samuel a. Sharps stud Colt 3 years old by a a Charles a very handsome Colt. A a _ stall 59 contained two a a Harris Colts and owned also by or. Sharp. They Are Light sorrel Well matched thoroughbred and suitable for Light harness. Stall 61�?Hoffman amp Bitting exhibited a pair of Cream coloured mares 6 y ears old Woll matched and very Fino for family use. Stall .62�?a Black stallion 6 years old. Entered by David Wolf. For Light draft a very Fine specimen of the a a canadians Stock. Stall 63�?reuben Miller exhibited a Light Bay stallion of the a a Rockingham Stock. He is Low bet vory gentle and entered for Quick draft. Stull 64�?an Iron Grey Mare 3 years old Harris Stock owned by John shrill or. Stall 65�?a pair of Bay horses 8 Yoars old for Light draft entered by o. Parsons. Stall 66�?David Long exhibited a Brown stallion 7 years old of tho a a messenger Stock. He was bred in new Jersey and has trotted his mile in 3-10. Entered for Quick draft. Stall 67 contained a Bay Colt 3 years old and stall 68, a Hay Saddle horse to Ali entered by or. Long. Stall 69 contained it Brown stallion it exhibited by we. Siblo to is named a Gen. Taylor a and is a very Well made animal. Stall 70�?a Baj Stallfort exhibited by d. Long. To is of the a agon. Taylor Stock years old and entered for Quick draft. Stall 71 contained a remarkable Stout and Woll made Bay stallion 6 a roars old exhibited by Jacob Long. He is of a Canadian Quot wild a a Morgan Stock. Stall 78�?a pair of Brown horses 8 and 4 years old entered by John Myers. Stall 74�?Charles w. Greist exhibited a Brown stallion 4 years old of tho a a Gen. Taylor a Stock. Entered for Quick draft. Stall 75, contained the most Eole rated horse at tho fair and was the great Central Point of attraction during the on Tiro three Days. To a tho celebrated racing Crise a Engineer a owned by Hon. John minor Botts of Virginia. To is a Light Grey unequalled in form and action and is said to Bavo been the fastest three mile horse in the United states. To Lias made four Miles in 7 minutes and 82 seconds. Or. Botts arts to fused $12,000 for him. At tho common Cement of tho rebellion to was sent by his owner to ten Kessoo. Near Gallipolis lie was taken forcible Possession of by Somo men. Who intended to hold him but gon. Jordan of Dauphin county then colonel of tho 9th Pennsylvania cavalry having heard of tho circumstance sent a party alter tho horse and by direction of Gen Buell he was sent by Gen. Jordan for safety to Dauphin county until to could he restored to his owner. To understand be is to go to Virginia in a few weeks. Stall 76�?a Brown stallion by a general Taylor a 10 years old ent Rod by Chas. Greist. A. Stall 77�?Job Martin exhibited a Bay stallion thoroughbred he is by tho imported �?oskylark.�?�. Stall 78�?jamos s. Ster Rott exhibited a pair of Hay horses for Light draft .6 years old and Well matched. Stall 79�?a vory Fine Iron Groy h or3e, by the Samo owner. He is 4 years old of Kentucky Stock and intended for Light harness. In tho same stall was a Brown Litso 4 years old of a a Morgan Stock. Entered for Light harness by George s. Seari Glit. Stall 80�?John w. Lindsay exhibited a Brown Colt 2 years old of a a Taylor Stock. Stall 81�?a Black Mare 3 Yea sold Anil a Bay Mare 7 years old by tho same owner. Stall 82�?John w Sherrick a Hay horse 9 Yoars old for family use. Stall 83�?by Thomas and Honry Loe a sorrel horse for tho Saddle 6 Yoars old. And a Heifer 2 years old Samuel w. Sharp exhibited 2 Devon heifers Between 2 and 3 Yearb old both alike and very Fine. A Durham calf 4 months old by Jacob Trego a red cow 8 years old by Samuel Holt nor. William m. Henderson had a splendid exhibition of a a improved common Stock a among which were a find Bull 2 White cows a Blue and Whito Heifer and 3 calves. Thomas and Henry Leo exhibited soveral Fino specimens of Durham Stock. Parker j. Moore also exhibited several head of Durhams a Devonshire Bull Between 2 and 3 years old and a very Fino Devonshire . H. Parker exhibited twin Roan heifers of a Henry clays Stock 3 years old which attracted a Groat Deal of notice on account of their Beauty. Isaac Brenneman a very Fino a Grad of cow 3 years old. Ulrich Strickler exhibited a Devonshire Bull a Large and very Superior animal j a Durham cow Between 2 and 8 years old a Iii a arh Heifer and a Bull calf of tie same Breed 10 months old. Or. Strip Tiller had also a Devon cow and calf 4 weeks old which it was estimated would produce 110 pounds of cleaned uie at. Ninety dollars was offered for tho cow and Twenty for the calf. Class 1�?blooded neat cattle. Bulls.,.boat do a Fri 0vor3 years old Ulf Icli Strick of asi0 00 to test a a by Toeu 2 amp s yrs. Old Jan. Greasor. 7 00 Ilist a a a a .12 $t8. Old 33. Sharib Atigh 4 00 2ud Bost Devon Boteo a 2.yrs. Old a by of a Clver 3 0c Best Durham Bull calf p. J. It Foros 2 0c pc tows. Best Dovon s Ulrich trickier. 2rid Best Dov ii Over 3 yrs. Old p. J Moore heifers. Budt Doyen Boti Locri 2 amp 3 yrs. Old s. Sharpo 2nd Best d0�6�1 a a a a a a a a a a Bosta a Between 1 amp 2 yrs. Old Jno. Myers est Durban a a 2 amp 3 b. Shambaugh 5 00 2nd Best Dur Llali Bot Lcou 12 yrs. Old g. W.,Loaa 3 00 2nd Best Durham Between 1&2 , p. 2 00 2nd Best Durham Between 1 amp 2 yrs. Old . I us 2 00 class 2�?grade cattle. Bulls. R Best Over 3 yrs. Old we. M. Hondo Sori Best Bull calf we. M. Honnef Atnif. Cows Best cow Over 3 yrs. Old is , 2nd beat cow Over 3 yrs. Old j. L. Swigor in a a fobs Best la Effort Between 2 a 3 res. Old we 00 2d Best Heifer bet 2 amp 3 yrs void thos. Hen. Leo 2 q0. Lust holier bet. 1 amp 2 yrs. Old. A a a 3 00 2nd Best Heifer Between 1 amp 2 yrs. Old a a. 2 ouf it a a a Boi Fefa , specially noticed a the comfy Viteo 5 co. Best calf 7 Mon tenfold Heifer we. A her Torso n/1 00 sheep and Swine. There a Fras about tho Psi Frt Nui Libei of entries of this class of Stock and some were of tory sep prior Quality. Among others to noticed a Buck 3 Sheen Atid a Lamb of tho cotswold Breed entered by j. E. Lindsay. Solomon Seitz exhibited 3 shop John Miller 4 cotswold sheep j. Craighead several head of Southdown sheep e. Rren Nenon Southdown and cotswold sheep j. S. Monroe Levi Trego we. L. Craighead Ana John Sherrick were also contributors. Well known Scarcity of hogs in this county rendered it Dot Btu f whether or not there would to a a entries. Among the contributors were Georgeh a White j. A Henderson. B. Bauman Thomas and Honry Lee and Hon. E. Watts. They Wero chiefly of the Berkshire Chester White anal mixed Woburn Breeds and presented nothing from other exhibitions. A class for sheep and Swine. 0 00 4 00 6 00 3 00 3 00 0 00 1 00 6 00 8 00 Patent self regulating separator cleaner and Bagger a manuf Octurna at Waynesboro a Ranklin county. It May be attached tour common horse Power and will thresh fahd clean from 100 to 175 bushels. Per Day. Parsons amp harsh of Trio Novelty works Harrisburg a so viral specimens of their in Ninfa Turc among which to noticed the i a sir a a and stalk crisis her and Cutter. This Cutter is said to Liao in important advantages it As it favors icon Only it feeding Stock. It is simple in its construction and easily kept ill Topalis this firm also had on exhibition Ohe of wheelers improved railway horse Powers and Aii improved thresh or amp cleaner. They also exhibited Ono of Howe a improved Scales Lillie a Patent Iron safes \ a Patorti cider Mill Corn Bellor and Patent wag ii Jack # Slifer Walls Shri Tor amp co., had on exhibition Mower amp reaper w. F. Eyster of Oham Bossburg entered tho a Uncle Sartis separator e. Amp g. Daron of Dover York co., exhibited a self raking reaper amp my War Shiromani a improved Rort reaper amp Mower with self ranking attach Metty was also placed on exhibition by Brough amp co., East Berlin Adams county walkers Patent Rockaway House Hay Rake was placed on exhibition by Heidler amp Kauffman of York co. It piste it stump extract in was exhibited in Hawkins. co. A. J. I Cut. Tlgt., of this place. Bad on exhibition a Horst pox her and threshing machine with Patent a Sahffer Trio Shaker. Runs easily the chaff and Grain from the Straw but or. Kutz is so Well known to our Farmers is a manufacturer in this Hran Cli <3f bu9the9s, that a Mere reference to these tir Ticle so . C. Robert amp cd of East Borlin exhibited a buc1co3to Sci pet Atid Mower and also a self Dischar Lilg Rake which seems to Ore rate very Well Samuel Piank had one of planks improved plows with shifting beam and also it Grain Cradle. A planks Plo sure too Well known to require special rules caption. A Critter plow was also placed on exhibition a. B. Zeigler a a agon manufactured by Quot Yum e Nical,.wns very much admired As an clean specimen of that kind of work. We. Moj Rison had us usual a great variety of agricultural at the fair among which to noticed Oates Patent cutting Box a threshing machine a wind Mill Corn planter amp a. Or. Morrison has been engaged to Here in the Sale and Manuan Turc of the by articles that a Mere reference to his contributions a a alb that a necessary. A e. Gardner amp cd. Had the celebrated Lough by Griton Drill which to believe is not excelled a tier Perli aps equalled by any similar Irta Chine in the country. This firm has st Hinny a Irons in tho fire a that to expected morn contributions from it. A hand Corn shelter and sep to Tor was exhibited by Nathaniel Drake it seems to be Well adapted to the pure org to the ought to be extensively introduced. Soveral washing machines wore placed on exhibition among which we a Etter amp Newman so Hutching amp leaches and Gotwalt so a they All seemed to to of equal Utility. Ott the whole to were pleased to see such a variety of machines although Somo of them were so complicated that they Plank John j. Ringwalt we. Shuhert and by hrs. A specimen of mangle Wiir Tecl beets Rais cd by we. T. Brandon weighed 7j lbs. D. K. Lerew exhibited Somo California Sweet potatoes one of which weighed 7 lbs. J. Leidig amp c. Greist exhibited some of the same products but in the latter Case they were entered As chinese yams. A Sweet pumpkin raised by l. Vander Sloot weighed 145 pounds. Several Hadd of Fine cabbage were entered by John Bender and. Others. The largest red beets we have Ever see a were raised by a. J. Kutz. Specimens of Good Corn were presented by we. Add Attis we. L. Craighead and Joliet w. Craighead. This Corn was of very Superior que Suity and showed How Corn May to improved by mixing two varieties. Of tho lot exhibited by or. Addams one. Of the cars Triha surd 14 inches and 8g cars til Adb it Bushel of shelled Corn. Samples of red and White wheat Wero presented by Joseph Galbraith of cob Meix cd John Lesher e. Bran Nematn and others. Half a Bushel of Glade Oats was exhibited by Andrew Morrison which we in had 21 and sat null Hoffman bad it Bushel of Oats weighing 40 pounds. A far pie of Iwosa Oats was exhibited by John Baker. Thero Werd sati Filpos of Clover seed wheat White and yellow Corn presented by Orri. M. Henderson Jas. I. Bell George s. Clark George w. White and others All of which seemed to be of excellent Quality two stocks of tobacco were exhibited by c. P. Humrich esq., Ono Bam pie the growth of 18g4, tho other of 18g5. The display of Appleb was far better than usual exhibiting tho choicest varieties for Isicc and flavor. Among others we noticed the Golden Pippen Tulp Bocken Pound Apple Glora Mundi and other varieties contributed by we. G. Alexander Jacob failed George line jr., we. G. Peffer and Joseph Galbraith who exhibited 9ix varieties of fall apples All of Verj Fine Quality. Somo Choice fruit was also placed in the Hall appropriated to specimens of mechanical skill and will to noticed in that department. Class 12�?cnoi is rest Whito wheat Jos. Best roil a a Jacob Meix Ute 00. 00 75 1 do 75 1 00 1 00 i 00 1 00 75 1 00 75 1 00 1 00 50 1 00 1 of. 50 1 00 i 00 60 1 00 50 t 00 a iffy i 00 50 60 rather got us. A a very Fine open buggy was on exhibition Nartu fractured by g. Schunder of Mechrn-icsburg1 and two handsome buggy a by a. I Gitt of Hanover. Ave presume our own coach makers were copt so Busy filling their orders that they had no time to make up any thing in for the 7�?agricultural implements and. display of agricultural implements William Morrison 120 00 Best mowing Macl Iino a a a Cormack a a s. Bitner o 00 Bost Llapur e. Amp g. Daron Best reaper and Mower we. Morrison % Best plough Samuel plunk debt Grain a seed Drill Willoughby Sam. Mor 6 00 0 00 2 00 Neon Bost cot ii planter we. Morrison beat Grain fan a. F. Eyster amp Bro. Best Clover Huller Slifer Wulls Sebi Cipior a co beat farm wag ii win. Finiolo Best cider Mill we. Morrison a Best wire Rako a melt Sam. Morr flon Best Corn similar Geo it w. L Areo is Best Straw Cutter a a a Best Litso p Ower jul cd Davet Best thru Whitig machine a. J. Kuzj Best Thresher Cdr fodder butter Man it beat to fresher amp separator Geoid Persona 2nd be to wire Rake Robt. Brough a co. The committee recommend a Model a Stock feeder a exhibited by Christian Walller us u void no Teabie Wailtl convenient Muc Biumi they also say to limit tho display of implements wus not a Baa Largo end Good us usual exp a opting mowing Utida renting Macli Iuka which wore of fill tit. A 8�?manufactured articles beit Mussor Tuout shovels Hoea Forks a. H. Saxton 5 00 a a a a 3 to 5 00 2 00 3 00 3 00 4 00 3 00 4 00 3 00 3 00 4 00 4 00 6 00 6 00 3 00 5 00 3 00 2 00 �?T2 00 1 06 8 00 �?�2 00 5 00 3 00 2 00 g 00 4 00 5 00 3 00 5 00 4 00 Best a Fon of shop Lori Trego a 2nd Best pon of sheep Elias Bronn Omair. Best Buck a a 2nd Best Buck Levi Trego. Best pen of lambs special preen John Montojo 2nu Best pon of lambs up Biol prom Jno. Craighead Noos. Best boar Over 1 your old thos. A Lenry Leo 5 00 boat a a under 1 year old . Henderson 3 00� 2nd Best boar Nilor 1 year old ii. B. Bannan 2 00 Best sow Over 1 year old with pigs g. White 6 00 2nd Best sow Over 1 your old thos. A Henry Loo 3 00 Best sow under 1 year old Fred k. Watts 2 00 2nd beat sow Umlor 1 your old a 1 00 agricultural implements. This Depa rom ont Quito a variety of Imp Lomons Somo of Thorn so Woll known to our Farmers As to Loquire no description hero others again of recent invention. Among the first to noticed was �?ogoi3ors�?T Best a a tools ,. Beat a a Edge tools and Mill picks w. Bra. By with special of the com. Best car Ringo harness a a s. Loiis Topij a Best single is ensue Igor Best Saddle. 1 \ Best bridle j s. Ilc Stoi ,. Best display of harness 3. Ens Mingori Best i Usiri big shots Market do. And Sleigh big nets Jos. Harris a -. Cly so 8�?continued Best display of Cabinet Yavoro vory Fine a. B. By Iii. A Best two Fly so buggy a. J Gitt Best Ono horse buggy Geo. Sih re Oder a Sofij tho Coin Mitsuo report tho dial any of carriages As Small a poultry the Nur Hoof off poultry exhibited wrist Small Oam pared Villi Sothier Jears j hut most of it was of Good Quality a David Miller loud a Coop of 0 White fowls that wore much admired Parker j i Moore a Fino pair of for izod tii Koys a a pair of Hong Kong geese and a pair of Rouen Dicks judge Watts had a Large pair of tories j. Her Dorson had a Coop of 5 tuck is which exceeded any thing we have s Cen if that line for size. Thoy Are admirably adapted to thanks Diviny purposes one of them weighed 33 pounds a few Days previous to the fair. A pair of fihe Shanghai by Thomas Loudon j. Dale had a pair of Shanghai vex a Largo and Only 6 months old. To a pair of Blue tui Kios and a pair of game chickens Matthew Wyn Koop a pair of Muscovy ducks. Louis Faber a game Chicken and s. A. It Iulla n Coop of tho finest Brahma Cli tokens to have Ever seen John u. Shoa for had also a Coop of splendid game chickens. This department of tho fair elicited Moro interest that one would have supposed and to Are sorry tho contributions were not greater. Inf this part of the grounds Thero was afro a Patent pump for Wells of any a opt. This pump is manufactured in town by Goodyear amp Gitt. Class 0-Rpotjlthy. By it pair of Turk on Bronto j. A Sionil Ortlon 2na beat pair of turkeys a a p. J. Moore Jeat a a a a up cell Prem Black f. Watts 1 00 Foi pair of turkeys Dovo Colori to j. Dalo beat Coop of chickens div cd Mill i 1 0ci 56 50 8 00 2 00 1 00 75 i 00 1 00 60 50 1 00 2uu Best coup of chickens 8. A. Zoulko Best paid of chickens s. 4. Fool to 2nd Best pair of chickens i j. Dalo Best Coop of Gamo chickens. Job. U. Slibafoi1, boat pair or geese of a. J. Moore Best pair Shanghai chickens thos. Lou Doti beat pair of Niue Covy ducks m. Wynkoop. Best pair def cab p. J. Moore p product ions. This department of our annual fair is generally oho of its most attractive features. The display this year May not have been As Large As to have seen it on former occasions but the Quality especially of Corn potatoes and apples was very Superior. Of potatoes there were several varieties peach blows mercers Prince Albert and Pink eyes exhibited by James l. Swigert Josso Zeigler Thomas and Lenry Leo Jacob 2nd Best red wheat e. Bronn Einung Best yellow Corn j. -7. 2nd Best yellow Corn w. Add auls Best Whito wheat r. M. Blend Orsoni Best outs John Baker _ Best Clover seed Jas. D. A belly class 14�?vegetables. Best pumpkin a. Morrison 2nd Best pumpkin m. Best Sweet pumpkin r. J. Bill 2nd Best swot pumpkin Jacob Brotz Bost White Mercer potatoes Jano Zeigler Best Princo Albort Iota Tocse win. Shugert 2nd Best Princo Albert potatoes 8. We Sharpo Best peach blows potatoes Geo. So. Clark 2nd Best peach blows to Tajo us Jas. D. Boll Best Pink eyes potatoes trios. A Henry look 2nd Best Pink oyo potatoes Samuel Plank Bost California Mercer Jno. Wolf beat Sweet potatoes j. Lold Icli 2nd Bost Sweet potatoes d. K. Lorows Best red beets a. J. Kutz 2ml Best red boots Jas d Bell Best Abbago John Bonder 2nd bust cabbage Jas. La a Elgort a Best Lingel Purzol Best Broad mrs. Fanny Zol Gloff. 2nd Best Broad mrs a e. Com than Best cakes mrs. J. Lloid. Mechanical Hall Olfred a Brilliant display of fancy Gooda artistic designs and specimens of ingenuity a for use As Well As ornament. But it would be impossible to particular fire them on account of to licit number and variety. This Hall 0 believe was erected by tile society it an Early period of its organization and Lias nothing specially to recommend it for architectural Beauty either outside nor inside but it is Well adapted to tho purpose tended except that it is entirely too Small to accommodate tho Largo crowds that now throng our county fairs Dud should to enlarged. In this department of the fair tho largest contributor Feas or. A. B. Ewing who had on exhibition a Fine assortment of furniture got up in Bis usual elegant style. He occupied the Middle part of the Hall with an invalid Spring bed made of Walnut and highly finished the Mattrass was of curled Hnit to to the lop and a Palm Leaf Bottom. It is Well arranged for the sick As the of the patient can be changed without Effort on their part. Along both sides of tho building was also arranged piano stools Milisic stands easy chairs sofa Wall by dockets and three 8mall tables All of Walnut Aud of Moat sex. A Cunt workmanship. Two of the table had Marble tops the of lick Lead a movable top with four changes quite a neat and something new i1c a Ltd exhibited elegant samples of Wall paper glazed and Plain and pictures fat Fried in different Stylos. _ a Csc of candies from tho establishment of ref pm amp spar contained quite a variety Aud was looked at with Wishful eyes by Many we. Harder a graduate of the phia institution for the Blind exhibited inc slate and writing apparatus used by tho pupils of that highly useful institution. We. G. Smith had a new inv option called a drying rack a for negatives which will no doubt meet with attention from those engaged in Trio business of photographing. C. L. Lochman from his gallery on main Eiffe it. Had a number of specimens comprising photographs card de visits and am Biotypes. To had also a copy of his Cele Bra cd picture of Ilie la nuns of taken just after that town had been burned by the rebels. . Losher had also anum her of specimens from his As had also h. U. Grove. Indeed tho fair was Rich in specimens of this Art a. G. Myers of Mechanicsburg and r. S. Pullman of Hartr Finburg having also sent in contributions. Jacob Boas had a Caso of very Superior furs Aud ladies satchels Luther Lino 3 ornamental baskets of Choice Flowers got up with his Well known Good to st . Clover exhibited Soule specimens of artificial Flowers of Cut paper very natural in appear Inco. Trio Only Masc of Bools and shoes Wero those of Jonathan conman Somo very Fine Crayon drawings Pono Illings and specimens of ornamental penmanship Wero exhibited by j. Francisco of Harrisburg. Miss hotly Addams a vory handsome chair Yovor containing 146,560 stitches. A. Cathcart exhibited a vase of Wax fruit Mary Richeson a of homemade Linon stockings mrs. L Stansbury specimens of fancy needlework miss e. Gill a worsted tidy miss Clarissa Sipe sofa cushions a worked Collar and tidy miss Florence Woodward 2 cushions miss Lizzie Momi Ilau an am Broidy ered Scarf Emma m. Cornman a very Beautiful ottoman mrs. S. A. Hutton Linen to bloc lots miss a. E. Myers preserved fruit Kate e. Myera currant wine specimens of Blackberry quince Cherry and currant wine Ond pure graph juice Wero contributed by mrs. George w. Sheafor mrs. S. A. Hutton and mrs. Thomas Lee. Mrs. R. A. Bowman a dish of very Largo mongols. Mrs. J. Linn miss Mary e. Cornman and Fanny Zeigler presented Beveral loaves of bread and caked which Wero doubtless relished by tho committee if they tested the merits of the bread by hosting and got a fair Chance at tho splendid butter of mrs. James Myers which was conveniently near it. Quot mrs. We. T. Brandon exhibited on blog not silk sofa Cushion Mise Laura d. Weaver had a Fine display of fancy work consisting of chair cover Cushion worked Croes and Indian Basket Lizzie Mcmillen an Uil painting Ovid Piug much Talent in drawing and colouring. A Choice lot of Honey was presented by Adam filler or. Jacob re com John Wirt and John Gutshal contributed also several boxes of Honey. A great a portion of the West Bud of the Hall was re adored very attractive by the Rich do so play of needlework and fancy goods intended for the Catholic fair to be held during next month. The goods wore exhibited by mrs. George w. Sheafor Atid arc stud Trio at Jestion of every one Durst la the fair. The Nedlo Fork consisted of childrens clothing slippers shawls bad work and a Varicy of fancy articles All made by mrs. Flanigan and daughter and mini Carr of Philadelphia so viral Beautiful articles Wero also contributed by the misses i. Amp f. Bod Vaux and mrs. Mcminch of Philadelphia Ort behalf of the same Enterprise. An elegantly shawl by mrs. Shuntill of the barn tasks wild fancy Bead work by mrs. Gillen formed part of this collection which was also cliched by toilet setts Boquet Liol Durb and other Fanoy articles of Boliew Minn Glass. To noticed also a knee of Bonu Tifful Wax Flowers presented by or. A. Nob a Igor a sett of Silver wore by or. A Nob Inger a Silver Tea sett by Robert Nebinger a similar sett by miss Galon a sett of Silver by or. Wiler worked flags for Pem wipers by mrs. Lutz and a sett of French China by or. Harlall of Philadelphia. In Trio sir to coils Ditoh Worb also two sofa cushions by miss m Falisto Tadys by miss 13 Faust and miss Ennio Donovan worked slippers and a braided suit by miss Bolla. Fuller watch poses by lbs. Joseph Sites fancy Bend work by miss Gardnor of cling Kersburg 100 Small flags by master my far Larid of Philadelphia mid a Bohemia Glass bottle by mrs. Mansfield of tho sumo pity. Tieso articles articles Are All to to sold for Trio Benefit of tho Catholic Church it tho Artir to to held in Rhooms Hall commencing in the 25th of november. Specimens of fancy were also exhibited by Laura m. Leo Agnies m. Loo s. G. Miller Lizzio b. Myers and Lizzie is. Kenyon. Throe vases of very Beautiful Wax Flowers Wero exhibited by miss Margaretta Sturm. Mrs. Geo. Sheafor exhibited a masonic apron a pair of slippers and a smoking Cap of Gantly in Gold by mrs. Mcminn of Phila. Princo a Stock Feodor combining measurement granary and trough was exhibited by Christian Saddler this new invention took the Premium at tho n. A Stato fait a a Loi Dott several cages of canaries a coloured engraving said to be a Ronde Soho tation of time and eternity was exhibited by the agent win. Givi ii. A the moaning of this picture or Chart is so deeply buried in of psychology that it is past finding out. Tho first object our oyo tested on after viewing this picture was the stuffed skin of a calf born with two Heads contributed by j. L. Sweigert. Several Lino specimens of Spanish Solo leather Slaughter leather and calf skins from the tanneries of w. M. Watts Henry Hickernell Rifle John Clendenin were on exhibition it was vory Superior in size tonnage fld dressing. A h a Lemon treo and Cotton Plant. Marguretta Sturm 2 cases of Bonfi lots mrs. A o. Sec hts a hts no a also exhibited a Cuba of b ii riots and mrs s. A Hutton had a Fino display of bonnets and fancy millinery trimmings. Minnie Parker Lead on exhibition a Beautiful sett of hair jewelry. John Rinehart a p air of Superior horse shoes a Fine assortment of stoneware manufactured at Newville was exhibited by. Sunil. I Irvine tho Ware Mado by air. Irvino for Beauty of form and durability of material is not excelled b y any similar Waro in tho state fid to Aro Happy to learn that tho demand for his Ware is daily increasing. John Gutshall exhibited a Section of a Patent Bee hive. Trio Queen co of this hive is said to to an italian Bee much Superior to burs. Several pounds of splendid butter Itas Oxx lib item by Jonns. Shugart. Spangler amp Mccreary had Somo boxes of very Fine Segars of Connecticut and Havana Tob bbl of a lot of Segars from neediest tobacco was also on exhibition b y Waggoner amp Armstrong of Carlisle a Model for a Patent flood Felco was exhibited by a. Ralston. Several Choice pears a a vicar of Wakefield a a a Duc Liess do an Golomo a and other varieties Wero exhibited by Sami. Sharp Henry Myers and mrs. Ii. Trout. Those of airs. Trout Wero Trio product of fruit budded by Tom exhibitor in the Cowthon Quirico. A specimen of Winter peaches Woro exhibit d by Andrew Moi Olson. John Mcbride exhibited a flour barrel and we. Park a boor Kog both of which Wero am orig tho finest specimens of Cooper Jolin Campbell age Rit for tie ave eclair amp Wilson and Slowo s Patent sowing machines had soveral of them on exhibition. Tieso machines have taken Trio highest premiums it All exhibitions and claim to have Many advantages not possessed by other machines. Purchasers will find Ari assortment of both it tho Railroad office. Henry snot of bad a Largo and elegant assortment of Llor Duro on exhibition comprising cutlery farm implements amp a. We. Brady some vory Fine specimens of Edge tools such As hot Clits axes amp a. Samuel ensuing Orion this Planco and j. S. Houston of had on exhibition several very Fine specimens of their me Cheri Icil skill such As saddles bridles and harness. Greenfield amp she fur Lead a Fine assortment of dry go ods from their store. J. G. Callio had a Case of Hals arid Caps. James 0. Rouson Lin d on exhibition tie a Excelsior Clurn a said to to Ono of tho. Bost of Tieso useful articles. The sewing machines of Wilcox amp Gibbs philae a Plizia wore also on exhibition. Tho Agency for tho present a a at airs. Neff s millinery Storo. R a parlor Organ with now combination swell was exhibited by j. D. Raffin Bergor of Meclina Liesburg. Tho Tonos of this instr irions Are Clear and Sweet Rind by Aid of the Swoll acquire a full round Organ Liko a Molodozon and cottage Organ wad also exhibited by e. Ai. Bronco of Philadelphia. Tho Scarfe exhibitor had also tho her Monic Organ for churches and Public Halls. To lib Tono of this Lottor instrument was Ricardy equal to an Ordinary sized pipe Organ inhale not musical knowledge sufficient to. Of press an opinion on Tieso instruments nor space to describe them More fully. _ tho skill and patient Industry of Trio la Dies was Well represented in tho number and in riot of tho quilts placed by them on exhibition mrs. Or. Coover bad a fancy quilt mrs. A stay Man Lead two both in Init nation of shrill work. Miss Alary a. Leidig bad Ono representing wreathes of. Roses one in stars and another in Chain work. Aliss Durnin exhibited Ono Copto sorting Straw Bory work and a Rie in imitation of grapes. Trio Samo lady had a pair of vory Lino coverlets. Aliss Alary Zeigler Lead a a quilt made of Deairio airs. Jos. Ilc Iser a quilt and counterpane arid airs. Peter Spahr one very finely Ornu. A of l of 1 so 8 of i Rio monies with tho american Flag Cross Cannon and balls. Airs. Jesse Zeigler exhibited a pair of Whito Wool riri by Nekota. Airs. Jacob Witmer exhibited 42 Yards of rag carpeting which was very Superior and far preferable to much of to Lori figured Enrot chg How sold in tho stores. Geo line jr., find 30 Yards of Rug Enrot. Airs. G. By Cal or also exhibited 40 Yards of carpet of excellent Quality and 30 Yards of a similar kind for the Catholic fair. In the liter rigid examination we Ninde it is i into possible that to have omitted Anahy articles that wore worthy of notice. If so we Icieg leave to assure the contributors that it was on our part to have endeavoured to give is faithful arid Correct Alt Tab count of the several articles of was practicable Uil Dei tho . Ave should Linb been glad also to Liao described Somo this is Giorc fully Lutour report has already extended far Bey Ord the limits to originally designed for it. The Bill owing premiums were awarded to the Coltri tutors in this department class Job daily and Iton by. Ived no Tioy acini 1�?Tmliir, .2ml Bent jumpy Jacob Rhc oth rust Buo Llic John gut Liall a rest Kultur mrs. Tutu a Myor 2nd Best butter j. Shugart. Class 11�?preserves and tackle i lot of preserves sirs. O. V. Hui Lierke. Lot of preserves mrs. A. E. Mycral ,. Lot of Eai up Aud Upp Plu bettor mr4.0. Marmy. Lotus a a b a a mrs. I. Brandon 1 00 Trio cd Mattco did not Raj Idoft any differ no in Morloc class 15�?household productions. Best rag carpet mrs. Jacob who Tor Rost pair of Woolen by Kilkuts mrs. Jesso Zolgle big rest counterpane mrs. Jos. Xci Aoki rostqullti., a a Rost cover Lite mtg a. O. Durni rest utile Ritualo cloth mrs s. A. Tout Toft do amp a Lionzio Niu Tio Litou mrs. Geo. Lino c0nt�nued.debt Oren dental Noodle work by mrs. Flair Letiti Uitz Diu gators and mias carry of Phila. Oti lib it Elf of tho a Catholic fair a by mra a w. Slio Tiff al 06 Cottonton Verj Litho miss Emma e. Of Nunal 1 00 Scarf Misa Lizzio Mcmullen Plonto ii Iulo Litou stockings miss Rich eos Poi wiper miss e. J. Miller. Cash of Milinor vory Fine miss Sfurm a Cuba of a a Lino Dispi Kyj mra. I Lutton Cuso of a a exc Elleh to mrs. Schu Liniai. The also notice of a worthy of go mama 90b� two Cua Biona Mir Florenco Quot Woodward 0q Needle work mrs. L. Stud Bury. 60 a worsted tidy Misa j3. Gill a 6q knit smurfs miss Carrio e. toilet Cushion pen wiper missed l. M. A. M. Zion 60 Rook Stirk miss 1?. J. Kenya in 0 1 a Vatch Cost very h Ca Dutiful mias e. B. 5iyor\ 64 Nucy work a very Beautiful display lbs Lumuir. D. Weaver. 06 Piti Cusp a Oil my is Ali into Noffer 60 Vaso of Wax fruit Miinch admired miss in Tricart i x chair cover pretty , Misa Lac Trio Audi ii 1 00 two sofa cushions lbs c. Sipo. 1 class it fruit and 3tl0wer% Best i prices jobs. Nav Brently. 2nd Best apples mrs. C. Murray 2id a a a a we. Alexander Best pears mrs. Ii. Trout Best peaches a. Morrison beat strawberries Jno. Mob Nildo Best display of la Owera l. Line est display of Flowers miss m. Siti rift the committee report tho collection As fico or class 18�?Silver plated a warm. Best display of Silver Waro mrs. Geb. So cafe Bost a a clip to a a Best display of cutlery Henry Saxton bust a a of Bono Ware Samuel j. Irving rest a a of c. L. To Shaft 2iid Best display of a a j. C. Lealier 3d. A a a a m it. Ii. Grove 3d a a u u mrs. R. A a _ i 00 i 00 1 00 1 00 1 of 1 00 1 00 1 00 i 00 i 00 a .s3 i a a i 0q 60 60 1 00 1 0q 1 00 8 00 i of g . R. S. Iio Iderson a a i 3 a a frames a. J. Myers 1 of a rid commit co repent nil is and dec ring Best display of Bair jewelry mud by herself Ulo. Minnie g. Puri or \ Sqq class 10�?leatiibil Best eolo Lon Thor Spanioli to. A Watt. S oct 2ml Best Ohio Leal a or Jno. Clon Donin 1 00 or also exhibited of calf and kid Piid harness leather of Superior Quality spec Prem i class 21�?miscellaneous articles. A tho comi Riitto notice tho following As worthy Bopra m Iunius Cuso of Ijo ots arid shoes Jno. Cornman a \ cd Case of hats and ends Geo. Callio. 1 00 lot , Spangler a Mccreary 100 Wagg Prietz it Armstrong 1 00 display of rugs hips and blankets s. A 100 display of dry goods vory Roro and Ito Gro i it Field a Sheafor ,. I 00 Best Fin Lily. Sewing Machino Fzli Orlof amp win Sori Cion Ploll 200 2i6l Best family sewing Macl Iino. A a Wilcox a glib Fly 1. A Shell x 06 Best sewing Machino How of no Campbell 1 00 Best parlor Organ j. P. i Tjo 2nd Best a a. Ii. M. A twice. 60 rest cottage Organ v x 60 writing apparatus for the o Blind w. Hardca. 60 lot of candies Luieco a Spall Raj negative Cuso a. G. Smith. 60 specimens of j. M. Francisco fid currant wino sirs. G. Slie afer. 60 2nd Best currant who Sliss Kate e. Myera. 60 a Cago of Canary Birds a. Loudon fit two of horse shoeing Vbry al Rio Jeesy. Ill Ellis of a 1 00 flood Fence m. Ralston. 6 j fruit picker portable ladder weighing by Nola a a burglar proof Safe exhibited by i. Piir song 2 00 Hay Cutter John Sienck ,. A50 was Iii incl Ino 1st prom. It. B. To than 1 00 a a a a 2.1 a a w. A. Middleton 50 quota a a 14. Jno. Gotwalt. Display of Wall paper very Superior a. B. Being 60 stump extractor a Lugli Hawkins i que tiie ploughing Matoh to had not Timo to attend tho ploughing a or Tate a it to of a Placo Somo distance from Trio Fairground. Quot Yvo learn from those who Wero present that owing to tho want of Futin for Somo weeks tho ground was very dry Brooking up into Largo clods and the erd Ford very unfavourable for Good ploughing. To append Trio report of Trio commit co and tho premiums awarded. Class 22�?ploughing match. The c committee report that tho ground was uttry dry Aid hard Ami breaking up in lumps and clods Render Irig it sit do to make first Rato ploughing rest ploughing David Miller 8 of 2nd Bost ploughing Parker common 0 of 3d Best ploughing Jot a f. Lindsay5 00 Jos. Wolf undo very Good ploughing Wilh flank s Plaj High. Shifting Beairs. Tho foregoing list is Caref Tilly compiled from tho Tor ports of the Cononi ittes without any Alto Rattini. I. Lemuel .t0i i it. Jno. Campbell i in. Dale. Commit too of revision. A in closing our report to Carnot too strongly Tori Nind tho officers and managers of the Jcj Ociot for tho perfect system and Good on r which characterised the entire exhibition. True there was a than usual of those outside shows which in the Wake of agricultural fairs i monstrosities in tho shape of a fat woman a a the Uriati that swallows a sword a a Nemous looking serpents gyrating round in equally ecu Comus looking Yogi us lady a views a and aug african Mandrill a where if we Boli Evo the a Blower a who a a stumped it All Day it the door of fahd tent they had a history to enlighten the Public Asab to this wonderful animal. Some of these a a shows Wero Mere blinds to cover certain gambling but they were discovered and promptly arrested by tho Burgess or. Campbell. Within the grounds however everything passed off quietly tho door keepers Polico and others engaged in cat trying out the directions of the managers Wero polite attentive and vigilant and notwithstanding the dense crowd which was pressing on them there was no undue excitement. To show that this fair has been the most successful of any yet held in this county to need Only refer to tho fact that the receipts the a year by far exceed that of any former year tho amount realized Fortenson tickets and single admissions being 5?3,44b,u0, and Auko ngh the of penises of the society Bavo been heavy in1 refitting the buildings and grounds which had been very much injured while a quarters for volunteers there. Is still a handsome surplus in tho Treasury for , Boford tho next annual meeting. 0 06 2 0q a 0q i 00 8 00 x 00 x 00 a of

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