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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 25, 1865, Connersville, IndianaAir re of. To. 1. By a a a. A. A 1. Libe a fit if pin now and Juji every Otic and inst Abu a Esb Fresl a Ivy a a -1,-----------r--�?-�?----- i 1 a f vol. 15 no. 31. be. Indiana. Thursday May 25. 1865. Whole no. 759. Premin i 1st. 1 2d. 2 rides the weekly tikes. Tepms---ss.50 i in Advance. Laden Sadrat order of Oda Fdl grand Noam Preot and the Craod Lodge of the Laden Rodeo order of Odd follows held their Temi to Daft meeting at Lodiana Pous Dii Riog the Early part of last week. The reports of the two bodies represent the order in a healthy and Prosper of a condition throughout the state. The following interesting statistics Are gleaned from these reports a amp and . Init Stiokas. 184 admitted a card. 6 withdrawn by card. 31 by statements. 20 but pensions. 16 . 1 deaths. 18 part chief patriarch. 530 past High priest. 361 0>ntribaiing members.1832 Beao arces of Venean ments. $18,503 78 by Cripta of encampments.5,807 73 Fez Peanea of encampments. 4,078 07 dues to grand encampments457 85 patriarchs relieted.,. Paid for Relief of patriarchs1,402 62 Quot Quot burying the dead415 00 Quot other charitable Papores 128 25 whole am t for Relief and Charity 1,945 87 grand Lodge. Initiations. 993 rejections. 90 admitted by card. 228 withdrawn by card. 207 bad statement. 63 do pensions. 103 expulsions. 18 a it Eatha. 70 Paat grands.2363 cont buting members. 9730 ladies receiving degree of Bebe Kah. 223 be sences of lodges. Receipts of lodges. Expenses of lodges. Dues to grand Lodge. Orphan fund of lodges. Brothels relieved.-. Widowed families relieved. 94 paid for Relief of Brothers. 9,344 15 paid for Relief widowed families 1,822 80 paid for educating orphans878 42 paid for burying the d6ad 2,351 00 paid for other charitable purposes.1.525 00 total for Relief and Charity. 15,916 37 $293,955 76 56,344 61 38,485 40 4,471 12 101,470 80 633 Good hits. Jeff. Davis having found the Quot inst ditch Quot in his wife s petticoats is the but of All jokes at the present Lime. The following Are from the Louis be journal we wonder whet a Jeff. Davis when he put on the Petticoat called in the Aid of Cotton to give a voluptuous appearance to his tender bosom. The conf the the soldiers when they go into Battle sometimes whoop like indians. Perhaps Jeff. Davis when surrounded by the Federal troops did t whoop but he hooped. It is said that Jeff. Davis s excuse for wearing the Petticoat is that his wife has often worn the breeches. Jeff. Davis wore a Petti amp oat and it is said that he was at the same time in a great Bustle. Jeff. Davis s pursuers caught him or har and he or she caught it. Here Are others that we find floating a round in our exchanges when Jeff. Davis made his triumphant entry into Montgomery he threatened Liat the Yankees should feel Southern steel but really they did t expect to a Feal it in a hooped skirt. It is not surprising that the rebels should have hunted diligently for Quot the last when we remember there Jeff. Davia found it. Achilles was vulnerable in the Davis appears to have been tender in those arts. Jeff. Davis has altered the Georgia costume. It used to be a shirt Collar and a pair of spurs. He retains the spurs but Pabst itunes a Petticoat for the Collar. The skin that betrayed Jeff. Davia was not the lion s. He Quot Hung a calf Akin on those Recreant Jeff. Davia has made two great fail area As a politician. His repudiating govern a rement in Mississippi waa infamous and Bis Petticoat Goy Arment waa an abortion Tea women of the South should Combine and hang him up by the heels with their Garter. The Confederate president in using Hia wife s dresses must evidently a reduced to Bis last shift. Lateral hash ass. The never Ament has full and dal filed Tofor Matron concerning Jeff. Davra Bureau to it of torpedoes i ii Piot res of theim deadly Masai Ian Ware Cape Virad and Imong other Dev were Loi Padova in Tea Ahapa and appear Aea of Lagaipa of Ata Aner Coal to perfect is sen blk Otic that it would not be readily Dialis it wished from genuine Coal. The Exia Mihu of beat Iafe Roal Dave Oak oof Mia Tea belief that Tea Ata Amar Saltana was daa Royad by a torpedo to bar Eoal. Tara a lying too Ocean or dastardly fora a Iai to doa Tell la it daa i a id an ardent Lover to a Ojeeg lad pm Lailaa a via Arak log Quot i Bava Yog Mabel a or tia to noisy but a hardly it fkr Hwi a Aalf to to speak the deep amp Tioila my Impi uting heart but i do Clara Elian that i love you inst to a Iles would shed would a a it mind tha Woid Abed Quot a it m with that pretty Osa sral iss s estate. I went two Days ago to visit Arlington Heights the old residence of Venetal Lee. It waa sold a year a last ii aary for taxes and not of Fleer Tea to Fis cation act. But As there is no danger that the general Wili return to Arlington to redeem it the government has converted it into a National cemetery for our Brave their bodies begin to lie immediately in the rear of the House a and so rapidly a the Graves spreading out in every i it tion that another year will cover the whole of that magnificent plateau of which de Tocqueville said to its proprietor or. Custis that its equal for splendid scenery did not exist in either Europe or America. It was opened for Public interment in May 1864 within that year five thousand dead have been gathered to Reat beneath in Beautiful Oak and elms. It will soon be the most populous Quot City of the dead Quot on this Side of the Atlantic and Here for All future time will our Brave soldiers and Saaman who die Nea Washington be carried to their final Reat in full sight of that National capital they were sworn to defend. Never did i Bava such a sense of the transitory nature of earthly happiness As when going Over this estate. This Irge Pla nution was owned four years ago by one who had everything to make him Happy. Hia eleven Hundred acres were a princely Possession. An honoured name had descended to him and he was in the enjoyment of High rank in his country s service. Two Large estates Arlington and White House paid him their princely revenues and within two Milea of his Home the capital of the nation offered bin a Dweller in the country those luxuries of civilization a great City pan command. And yet he threw it All away for slavery. I thought it but a righteous retribution when i looked on the Beautiful barn of his estate where in 1860, he gave a tremendous flogging to two slaves who two years after they had become free under the provisions of or. Gustis s will had dared to run away. He succeeded in catching and holding them a year longer. Since then he himself has been the run Sway. And on Friday last i saw his old slaves enjoying themselves in lordly style on that old Plantation which its proprietor will never age in see a Cor. Worcester spy. Rodnee of an Are. The following product of a single acre of ground the truth of which is vouched for will give an idea of the capacity of land in the hands of due who thoroughly understands How to bring it Forth. The acre Here referred to is situated on Long Island where the soil is by no Means naturally affluent on one acre within sight of Trinity Church Steeple new York but in Jersey lives a Man i will Call Quot John John e neat cottage and acre Cost him eight years ago $3,000, now Worth $6,-000. In the Spring of 1864. He planted 12,000 Early Wakefield cabbage plants which by the first week in july were sold in the new York Market at 88 per 100�?for s960. Between the rows of cabbages were planted at the same time 18.000 Silesia lettuce plants which at $1 50 per Hundred brought $170. Both crops were cleared off by july 12, the ground being thoroughly slowed harrowed and planted with 40,000 celery plants which were sold before Christmas of the same year at $3 per 100, for $1,200, making to total receipts $2,330. His expenses were manure $150 keep of horse 300 interest on $6.000, $420 incidental outlay $100 amounting in All to $970, which deducted from the receipts gave him the net profit of $1,360. John some might Call a clod Hopper. He has no particular skill no great share of his on4y prominent Quality being untiring Industry but it would be difficult for any 9ne. No matter How endowed with skill or Braine to make More of an acre than he did. Tea . There a a curious Atory painfully illustrating a canonical Law and at the aame time the Happy ingenuity of the inquisition. A priest of the Nanna of Baasi who lived at Bologna actuated by Liberal principles joined tha in volition its of 1848. After performing deals which would have gained a Soldier s laurels a fell into the hands of the Austriana who Emmad Italy sentenced Bida to death. But As Baasi waa a priest it al came difficult to carry out the iian Tancey and. A would probably have been spared had not tha in Iarion hit a pen the Inga Niona Dalvica of partly Akin nig Bim Saar tips. Diat by Thia flaying process the poor Privat waa deprived of Hia a pred. Barao Tarp aimlvj<9fld be. 1 17 bandied by Mie win tar to borne. A Faaili Oate Ilaa Han. There waa a Osiab in Gharl Aaton Nalagon Mitchell by name i bodied about eight Montha ago leaving 1 i Melieve a wife a d two children poor and Uoo ared for. Froin the beginning he Baa re Soaad with tha people and that openly about banal lion. Twice be was Senta aced Taba Hung by a secret military commission but Ibe authorities never could find a Man to do the work. A lawyer by profession and an anti slavery Man by education he undertook a task which ought Ever to Knake Hia memory honoured by the negroes and those interested in their condition. After the Unusco Esaul assault upon Wagner in Only 1863, a military court waa convened to try tha Black prisoners captured from the 64th a Sach Setu regiment. It waa decided after Home delay that military Courta had no jurisdiction in tha Case and that the matter should a banded Over to the state. Mitchell Volunteer id a counsel for the men and after five months trial he gained his Point and convinced a South Carolina jury that these men were Frea. To do Thia you can imagine How fearlessly Thia Brave soul must have worked. An intelligent Quad Roon told a that a waa present during the last ten or twelve Aea Eions and that Mitchell s eloquence was perfectly startling at any rate it had the affect of so a wakening the jury to the importance of the decision that i Eup Posa they were really frightened into a favourable verdict. He has never been publicly mentioned at Charleston since then except in very doubtful terms. They did not dare to touch him because he seemed to be so thoroughly in Earnest and be died from effect of poverty and want. Eiery night before going to bed Nelson Mitchell took his wife and children to Hia room and after having locked the door and closed tha Linds Hung an american Flag Over the Mantle and Aat by it in conversation with his family. The evening that he died Hia a ouse was struck by one of our shells from Cumming s Point and his family thus left More destitute than Ever. They Are being Well looked after and i Don t think they will be allowed to suffer much hereafter. For All this service he had the displeasure of the authorities and the coldness of the people but the Way in which the negroes talk of him have tender. Nothing can be added to this simple narrative. Among All South carolinians we have heard of. Nelson Mitchell Alond seems truly chivalric. Through All the intolerable Gasconade and inhuman sophistry of the state his plea for the Black Moners is the sole ennobling Harper s weekly. Straps of Beira be. One of the most wonderful Schieve ments of astronomers is the weighing of the bodies comprising the solar the mass of the Sun is 359,551 times greater than that of the Earth and Moon and 700 times greater than the United masses of All the planets. A Flash of lightning on the Earth Woi ild be visible on the Moon in a second and a Quarter on Sun in 8 minutes on Jupiter when furthest from us in 25 minutes on Ranus in 2 hours on Neptune in 4 hours and a Quarter on the sur Tega of tha first magnitude in 4,000 years yet such stars Are visible through the Telescope. La Price the great French astronomer Days a Quot i have ascertained that Between the heavenly bodies All attractions arc transmitted with a Volo cily hich if it be not infinite surpasses severs thousand times the velocity of his annotator estimates that Spee As being 8,000,000 of times greats than that of Light. The Circum Feraca of the Earth a 25,000 Miles. A train travelling incessantly night and Day at the rate of 25.Miles an hour would require six weeks to go around it. A Tunnel through the Earth from England to new zealand would a nearly 8,000 Miles Long. The bar Kingoff dogs is an acquired hereditary instinct i supposed to have angina Ted in an attend it to imitate the Hanoian voice. Wild dogs and Domestic Breeds which bad a become wild never bark but Only How which my disturb the inhabitants of Isis sliced countries by their Midnight a Vjaters Aiila Are in their wild state in South America quite silent. The dark races of men have Fesa nervous Lanai ability than the Whites. They Are not Subj not to any nervous die Easa they sleep sound when sick nor does any mental disturbance keep them awake. They Bear aug in al operations much better than tha White people. A Aari in up Asiaa of Fri Igioia Baa Baia known to attain tha Aisa of a Gourd to Ona night and it a Ealo Ulstad that tha cell View of which it is composed must amount to 47,000,000,000. If it grows in if hours this would give 4,000,000,000 Par Hong or Mora Thea 6,000,000 per Niigata. A. The world invited list olm mums to by a Faaao at Tab fourth annual. Faik or Tab Fay pub Cox not joint Stock aggie aural and Wimb Mirml Tobb Bildat Gonne Osville a a it. 5, 0, 7, 8,186 q0 Dan of Bis Soei to. Alexander . William t. . Tacna bbb. 5 the following to acting and Latef amp a motto was Ltd a of ibo a it played at al Bany when Prea Idani Lincoln a remains Paar de through that pity four Yawara ago of it Suoia a took from thaa and from among tha people an untried Man we return Bim to Tea a mighty conqueror not thine any More but the ration 8.< not Oura but the world a. Ii a Bim a resting ply a a. Of a Prairo adj me room for the a Baa of Tea noblest my in of �11 Quot _ a b0bbr,%by Don t Ott up Bona and Bava your Tibai tromm tiv i go Batoog Bald 4iiipidaa or Folk an Tibai a a a a or a Quot a Quot a a Quot a a for a a a it Quot William c. Forb by Board or train Caldwell a. T. Beck Estt w. H. Broadous Wilson t. Dale John Scott Diute a. John so Loby t. J Crigler a. Manlove David Rawls William j. Orr. Boa Baumb. First Day tuesday sept. 5. 1. General arrangement of business. 2. Examination of bands of martial music each band to consist of five persons with two fifes two Tenor and one Bass drum Premium. Fifty dollars. 3. Pacing race. Second Day wednesday sept. 6. 1. Dairy products. 2. Domestic manufactures. S. Flowers and fruits. 4. Grains and vegetables. 5. Articles in mechanical department. 8. Cattle sheep and Swine. 7. Horses no. 1,. Heavy draft. 8. Pair roadsters in harness Premium $10. 9. Single roadster in harness Premium $5. 10. Green trotting race for horse gelding or Mare in harness animals excluded that have contended for Speed in a trotting race Premium $10. Third Day thursday sept. 7. 1. Horses no. 2, for All purposes. 2. Horses no. 3, geldings and mares. 8. Horse or Mare driven nearest four minutes Premium $10. 4. Is stallion trotting inside four minutes. 5. Asses and mules. 6. Miscellaneous. 7. Grand balloon ascension. Fourth Day Friday sept. 8. 1. Horses no. 4, Ligh t harness. I 2. Fastest trotting horse Mare or gelding. 3. Riding match for boys. Horses. A a. Seavy draft. Premiums 1st. 2d. $ 5 4 10 10 8 a 5 8 s 5 6 10 8 a 6 10 8 8 stallion four years old or Over $10 a three years old. 8 Quot two years old. 6 Quot one year old. 5 sucking horse Colt. 5 Brood Mare four years old or Over. 10 Fiuty three years old. 8 Quot two years old. 5 Quot one year old. 5 sucking Mare Colt. 5 pair horses regardless of matches for heavy draft. No. 2�?for All purpose. Stallion four years old or Over. Quot three years old. Quot two years old. A one year old. Sucking Horae Colt. Brood Mare four years old or Over., filly three years old. Quot two years old. Quot one year old. Sucking Mare Colt. Three sucking Colts from one horse. No. 3�?geldings and mares. Gelding four years old or Over. A three years old. Quot two years old. Best and finest gelding. Horse or Mare for heavy draft. Best Best trained and matched Span of horses or mares. Best and Best trained buggy horse or Mare. Best and Best trained gent s Saddle horse or my re. 5 no. 4-Light Homes. Stallion 4 years old or Over in harness 10 Quot three years . 8 Quot two years Ordo. A Mare four years old or overdo. 10 Quot three years . 8 Quot two years old drive do. 8 Best Fine pair matched horses or mares 10 no. By Speed. one animal allowed in the ring at the same time to Pace or Trot. Fastest trotting horse gelding or Mare so a pacing Quot Quot Quot 10 a stallion trotting inside of 4 min. 15 Riding match. Boy under twelve years of age. Asses and mules. Jack three years old or Over. Jennej free years Gold or Over. Jock 0 years old a it one year old. Mule three years old or Over. It two years old. Quot one year old. Sucking mule Colt. Sucking Jack Colt. Fair of mules. Three sucking mules from one Jack the mules to be shown and certified to by owner. Cattle. Bull three years old or Over. Quot two years old. Quot one year old. Bull calf. Three calves irom one Bull 10 10 10 5 s 8 5 6 5 6 8 10 10 a 6. S 10 Breeding comr three years old or Over 10 Elferi two years old. I fish Dilta web so a Baa offered to Giva one Hundred Toffi of Jand item Toby. On Tea Ohio River opposite Fadi Eon ind., for a College for Tea add nation pc in poorer Elas ases to a gained. Iii by a or of balt Lau Praia data Lincoln co and a meat of of Lerf Jumaa and a waa Beld at Bratov. It weak to talk Ovar Tea Plana and Oom Mettaa a out Fiva waa Appolo lad to Iavan Igata Tea Plaa and a it i met a a fat a Nat log. Jar no. A. A / in a teak Iba Mani bag aum Nar Amba Tab utlaut in Tan years. _ Quot u a to a aia always Mart Tiili gut it Ilta. F Ai a a a a a a a a a a a i Best and Best trained Yoke of 0ken 10 steer three years old or Ever. It Quot two Yeimi . A it one year old. Fatted Ballzek cow or Heifer. A a loll a we Eek a a a a a a a a a a a a a tee a a a a a a a a Eek Bou Jsn old of Over. Meow year old. A. A. Breeding sow.�.�.��,&Quot&Quot"����.&Quot a a a a a a a a a a a fatted .�?��?���?��?�.m���?�� a a a a a a a a Quot a beef no. In Fine Wood step. Back of any age,."� Ewe of any age no. Middy wooled shiets Buek any age a a. Ewe of any no. 9�?lonff wooled sheep by Eek of age. Bwe of any jew. 4�?. 4 5.3 4 2 i Button a the of Baek of any 2 we of a a go Quot a Quot a a Liz i Quot it a Khz 4.v&Quot,"1 my i tag it Premin i 1st. 1 purposes. Com Sheller Corn planter or Drill. Grain Drill. Hay digging. Straw Cutter. Plow for general p of for stiff so Sutow. Cultivator. Corn plow. Horse Hay Rake ground roller wheelbarrow. Stomp Puller Wood work. Carriage two horse. Buggy top. Buggy open. Ring Wagon. Wood saw. Chum. Play of Cooper Warey Valine door and doable boxed window Fraia Pundsa. Window blinds Pant Lepiane and glazed Sash dressing Bureau and Din Iii . Rocking and fancy chair Bedstead and Wash stand. Half Dosen a handles. Washing machine. Mortising machine. Leather work. Carriage harness double. Carriage harness single. Gent s Saddle and bridle. Side Saddle and bridle. Paid of gent s boots coarse and Fine a lady s slippers. Blacksmithing. Pair horse shoes log Chain fifth Chain and pair breast chains. Stopping a manure Fork mattock and assortment of Edge tools. Gun. Half dozen hoes. Castings pc. Variety of castings. Variety of tinware. Pm Bie steam engine. Cane Mill. Variety of crockery Ware. Domestic manufactures. Cotton Comfort. Piece of flannel ten Yards or More. Rag carpet. Five pounds stocking Yam. Pair Woolen stockings. Pair Woolen socks. Pateh work quilt. Pairs sheets and Pillow cases. Crotchet counterpane. Table diaper Domestic ten or More Yards. Towering Domestic ten or More Yards. Linen thread. Variety of worsted work. Pair Woolen socks knit by a Young lady 12 years old or under. Pair Woolen gloves knit by a Young lady 12 years old or under. Gallon Maple molasses. Gallon sorghum molasses. Ten pounds Maple sugar. Half Bushel Corn meal. Barrel flour. Fifty pounds buckwheat flour. Fancy Needle work. Silk and Straw Bonnet. Exhibition of millinery work in ease display of dresses in Case. Neatest made gentleman s shirt. Specimen of tapestry. Quot Quot silk embroidery. Quot Quot worsted embroidery. Quot French embroidery. Quot Quot ornamental Needle work Quot Quot ornamental Bead work. Quot ornamental Shell work. Quot Quot ornamental Wax work. Quot braided hair. Quot Crotchet lace fruits. Best and greatest variety apples. Quot Quot Quot peaches. Quot Quot Quot pears. Quot Quot plums. Quot Quot Quot quinces. Quot a Quot Gre Pel. Flowers. Best and greatest variety rob0b a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a evergreens. Flowering shrubs. Flowers any kind. Basket bouquet. Lot of dahlias. Quot Verbena. Hand bouquet Flat. Hand bouquet round. Oleander. Lot of geraniums. Orange or Lemon tree. Fuchia. Window Basket. 2d. 2 s a a Quot a Aimee rides a too holders Are entitled to a free ticket and. Mitting to tire eath Ibitson All the male Berberi of their famines under 21 years of age and All the Fetti Alei of any age unmarried of it lawful Kindred with conveyance through the Gates to the exhibition. Quot to. Family tickets on Dollar and fifty Eonta it add mitting Ith conveyance All the male Meribe of the fan ily der�8 years and All the armales of any Oma Sile. Admission tickets forty cents. In per cent on the amount of the Preis Iuka a competed for will charged on All entry Eaton premiums of five dollars a cd upwards. Exit ors who enter two head of horses cattle ass a eve mules or five hogs or sheep will be entitled to live one hand admitted to the grounds free All entries under five dollars free to Puci chasers of family tickets. All entries for exhibition must by made i hts the seer Tarj before 10 o Elock a. M., on Taeb Day at which time the exhibition will commence. . Examination of Stock no person will be admitted within the Ringi under any ppm Nir a Iii Yin of Bat the judges of Beers at4 tending to their do Tiai and. Those having charge of Stock in my Hwy. Butter cheese Honey 4c. Five pounds butter. It 2 five pounds cheese it. 2 specimen of cake. It loaf of amp Ead Nide by a Young lady under eighteen years of age. It Box of Honey. Vegetables. Half Tishel Irish futo toes 1 half by Hel sweetpotatoef.1 Peck onions 1pecktomatoea-. Half Bushel beet Peck parsneps1. Peek six Heads cabbage. 1 three pumpkins.�.1 three squashes�.1 three vegetable eggs. Half Doten Quot half Doxen Muskmelon. W. 1< Hilf Bisen antelopes Quot. 1 half 1 Bunch of celery. 1 . A a a x Best and a test variety of Vei Bias fee deed hgr on 9 a a rails. Milf a need in . X . Of Oats a a a a Yeeee a a a a meet a a a a a a Vevee Esee Yeeee Pelc of Buell wheat. Peek of gloves seed Ereea peek if Tinq the is. Peek of flax Sera. Quot a �.�����?���?��?� half Bushel Blue grass seed a mob Laneous. Native grape wine. Apple Den Quot a a Jurrant it Ine a by Oimen of Daguerre typing. A scape i waiting in Eft a a. Iraa mental paining water Eolia. Fancy shape paid ung a Pendl a a idiot of encraivi6gh.&Quot �v������.�.��.v display Monument s 2 jewelry 4e� halt f dozen a a 1dress coat Quot it ii it vess&Quot.>."�i.����.�<m������� a a a a a a a a 9iaytoflcient1�an>mhiif .6eeda,i� a in Ever Teir nature to compete for a test entered in the a rate of the a Tsirer and Bis of her name must be Sifi it the a Ward. If it is Asch gained that any exhibitor made or Cai Ted to be made any false statement in regard to any Khimal or article or if any. Exhibitor shall attempt to interfere with the judge in the performance of their duty by letter or otherwise he shall be excluded from Competition. 1. ? no animal will be excluded on a Couitt of ing taken a Premium at a previous fair. Discretionary entries will be made in i the miscellaneous department. No article or animal shall receive a Premium ii unless thought worthy by the Jaid Ges. Articles or animals competing Fot premiums must not be removed from the group de before the close of the fair without permission from the directors. All Stock and articles entered for will be under the control of the oscars persons wishing to enter Che fair a rounds with a show or exhibition of and kind will be required to make contracts with John Spivey who is authorised to aet in Ltd i Tatte a Conteh made with any other Persu in be null amt void. No show or exhibition of a a immoral Watn re will be admitted. ,. Special notions neglect of havin the entry card it attached loses the Chance of a Premium. No entry card issued until the terms Are complied with. V thee trance fees at the Gate and the entry fees on the Borks to compete for premiums Are be ate arrangements. Examine carefully the list of premiums and determine for what premiums you will compete before you undertake to make your Entrieri when you have several entries to make prepare a list at Home so that you May not delay others or make mistakes. Be careful to make your entries in time As the books will positively be closed and placed in the hands of the committee at 10 o Elock each Day. Stockholders will be required Tofu a install ments in full before they Are entitled to a free ticket. ? the awarding committees will a Selee fed by the Board in the following Vianner Eaph member of the Board to write the name of a suitable person on a ballot and to Deposit it in a Box or hat. The three first drawn will be submit it to the Board and if there be no plausible ohm Section to to will be considered appointed but if objected to a fourth one win be dry Wii and so on until All the Board Are satiated. Those thus appointed will be notified of their appointment by letter with the Ream too cent or decline. Any vacancy on committee a will be filled in a like manner each morning on the Fakir grounds. Awarding committees will be entitled to reasonable compensation for their services. Great Iii pro Rem exits Seo Lxi. shuttle Ihas Hine patented february is to. A auf booms no. Ft36 Broadway. No. 252 Washington Street. No. 720 Chestnut Street. A be eke Chaee in to ton. Philadelphia this machine is constructed of entirely new principles of mechanism pea Sessing Many rare and valuable improve ends having been examined by the most experts an4 pronounced to a simplicity Tod Fol Fate ii combined. It has a straight Needle Terp of a Utar action makes the look will a. Deserio Ion of material it a in leather to the finest Nanook Muslin with Cotton Linen or silk thread ran the coarsest to the finest Ifa Imberi having neither Cam nor cog wheel,.fm the least possible friction it rims As smooth a Glare and is in. A my a inca tilt a a Qiu Bibu it my my it quires fifty per cent less purer to drive it than any other Midline in the Market a girl twelve by a is of age it steadily if boat fatigue or in. Or shuttle Stich a much ii neither rip nor Ravel and is alike tip it amp sides of a i two pm of a it so Wing of very its strength and woke it so Mulig to of Render it so Sosti Imp Erbil a Vwe Lav Ileau these a Jar i a. Y a pore esp a Staimer Jde we Soll ii to ufos my. We Kersz. Of mum shia Ali shirt a Simom my jokers dress Maken m 6��ntm my vhf Walter Seel libera a tut Titita. Pricbe of crae a a my a Stei no. 1, family Mao Liine Vruth Kui or Feller Sion Tablet a Quot a a Quot a a. To no. A Latte a Ltd sex. I Witk Rolfini foot my olb Cape a my la of pm. 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