As we go to prese- Thursday afternoon - the County Fair is in full progresa. There is a large attendance - wind and woather considered - and the exhibition in the several departments is reported good, the nuinber of entriea the first day largely exceeding thoso of last year for the corresponding day. Next week we shall endeavor to give a running report of what we shall see - provided we find time to visit the Fair. - If the wind goesdown and the weather is warm, to-day will be a lively one on thegrounds Yesterday it was too windy and dusty for comfort. Thb Democratie and Liberal oandidate for Congress, ex-President Mahax, addrossed a largo audience at tho Opera House on Tuesday ovening, and was listened to with attention and interest. He presented a strong indictmentagai rist the lladioal Administration. Mr. Maiian is making a vigorous oampaign and is evrywhere well received. -See his list of appointments for this oonnty, and go and hear him when ho Bpeaks in your locality. Mu. Matxaiid having declined tho nomination for Attorney-Genoral ou the Democratic-Liberal ticket, tho Rtato Cen tral Committee has tendered the vacant position to D. Daiiwin IIt;oiies, of Grand Rapids, who has acoepted tho same. Mr. Huohes is one of tho ablest lawyers in tho State, and his candidacy will materially strengthen the ticket. - Ex-Gov. Curtin has accepted the Liberal nomination for delégate to the Constitutional Convention, and in his letter announces that ho shall support and voto for Buckalew. Ho says: "Buokalew's election eeoms to be detnanded by every consideration of individual manhood and of fidnlity to the honor and advancement of the State." - Jimmy O'Brien and Boss Tweed hpvo "struck hands across tho bloody chasm." They both support Grant. - Chas. Sumner arrived at Paria on tiie crening of the 23d inst.