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ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC.
New York, May 18.
Trc Baltic arrived wilh ICO patscngers.
Rnglnn admits tint 1m bombardment HI
not produced 'lie result looked for.
Tiie imprct.-ien iii England is tint the
trigo will be abandoned and the works lelt
in care of a few corps, while the main body
I ' nctrate the interior to cut off ihe Russian
supplies, when the citv will be fully in
vested. Xumrroo reinforcements Wit constant
Ij teaching the allies.
A PrOBJoh reserve o( 8",000 men was c.v
k dod at Bahklav n.
Til 9 allies are ginning ground. All the
Ki. '91111 outwork ire taken. Saoguinary
enc -Hirers are frequent. A l.irjje number
o' R !i jn mor'srs were taken.
Napoleon narrowly escaped assassination
Dli th evening of llieSSi'i All Italian fired
two pitol nt h-tn, -while he was riding 01
horsebstk. Personal revenge was the ob
Th9 bombardment is much slackened, it
h is not produced the result anticipated. The
position of the allies is regarded as critical,
notwithstanding tl;c advantages gained.
The firing slackc ned on the 25lh, so as
not to SlhaBSl the ammunition.
A Russian force 100,000 strong was con
ecu Crated near Scbastopol.
Dilly telegraphic cnmmunlcalli n was had
If lib lh C.-iuiea, but OMt'DOIMl was cau
t. eu With the news.
L rd John Russell had reached LoiRon,
fr m Vienna.
The British budget lud piijid both Hous
es oi Parliament.
Tiie King of Prussia was ill of fever.
Tba Russian sftetal eccoonti report theli
lose, from the 1 Ith to the I Atfa at 7 tubcltern.
und 431 men killed, nnd (1 superior and 3
subaltern ofioera, unl ism man wounded,
The Euglteh captured Ida first Russian ri
fl-i it on iii? night of the 7th.
An ettaek was made ontheeecond Rita
rifle pit, on ihe I0tb. but '.vaj almoeilm
mediately abend ned.
The forte In tha north end of the haiboi
bad leken part in the cannonade, tbrowlni
hoi cicur iuto tha allied lines.
Ti.e telegraph from'Landoa to the Crifflei
is nrfert, i a sept a Itnoll portion across tin
Danube, dispatchea reach tba Bri'lch Gov
eminent every few hours. They are no
generally CPiotnunioated to the public.
Loiil J .!, i Russell has reappeared in hi
tea', in Paris.
Droliyo Da Llluya haa returned to Pr
Lord J jhn R'iMel! stated the substance o
the begot lationa, and intimated that the pro
tocots would be submitted to Parliament,
The latent dlrpttchea any there waai
bhart engagement on tho night of the tir-i
ui May, Tba allies attacked the whole Rua
aian front end left, and tha Ruaslsn rill, piu
v. ere t,.l:rn, 8 light mortareand 200 prism'
us jflair brilliant for the allies.
Constantinople 2d Str.it; id De Pedclil
Ins ri turned to Constantinople,
Mehemet All haa been recalled fmm exile
Csnrcbcrt apeaks of his troops as Inadc
q late lor operatlooa,
Orders bare been received to prepare trans
Sebasti pol, May 4 Wednesday night the
French under Gen. PeJiah r attacked the ad
vanced work of Quarantine Bastion, ami
carried them at the point f the buy. .net
taking 18 mortars and estsblishlng them
selves in the posit'on. On the following
night the Russians m ide a sortie to regal 1
their position, and niter a sanguinary en
counter were driven back.
The Britirh Baltic fleet left fur Kiel, am
the French flc t wai ab ml to sail from Cher
souirgb. The Insurrection in Ukraine, Ruaaia. ex-
tended to three other Cover, nieiitH. Twen
ty lauded proprietor, ttith their wives i lid
familie have bet n destroyed.
t. Peteraburgh Bery article of coir
on. pi Ion H at famine price.
The British loan of 16,000,000 pasted
ti.e it reading in ihe Home of Commone,
nnd wa the lame niht ordered to be com
mitted to the House uf Lords.
The monthly return of the Board of Irado
at contrasted wilh the (ante month Inst year,
hoa a felting off of ab ut 1,000,000
Sir John Burgoyi.e, before Roebueh'a em.
miitec, gave importam evidence in relation
to the war in the Crimea.
The Bi.dgei virtually passed bu-Ji lIouseB,
with but little opposition or modification
throughout. The strong feeling against the
Ministry I as been manifested in indignation
meetings held in varioua plaeee,
1 ursuant to notice, a large and Intelllgenl
body 01 eitiivna assembled at Cbapln'a tl sill
last Betorday night, m ..rj.v to take such
action in ie,-s-d to the recent uutragea com-
milled in Kaiua. as the exigencies seemed
1 1 require. 1
On motion, O-n. CaoWUL nas called to
the Chair, an, I S J F. liasju was appointed
Se.r.tury. The ciiair Ippoinled the follow-;
mg gentleman aa Committee on reeelu'iooo,
--R P. BraULPixo, W. BtAPB.Jr., Hibn
Oaf.w-itD. B. BTtWUl and C, BaUOBUBB,j
Dur eg thn sbseuie . (ltf CoimnltUO I
Mr Utraei read ihe Memorial el the people
il Kansas to Congrea. It was listened 10
a lb marked Uention, nd many a brawny
hand was limned 01 1 c iv clenched, u If it hist. I
god to throttle one of the Missouri rufflsnt
At the close oi the reading the Committee
returned, and prMOBtod the following:
Whenss, ii is not only the constitutional
right, but the boundeu duty of nil patriolie
t nzensto eeaombk) liwaaolvri 1 1-, hor
sud n.nke liiM-ly und earn-isl proteetslions
aglinot Um spirit of despfjUsm, whenever
und wherever it may be uund assaulting lb
itde of freedo.o, therafore, wo. independent
nlix-Mis of lbs Cay of Cleveland a tu . yllt, I
of Ohio, in view 01 lbs ouirage recently
prpotrsted sga utt Uv, jusiioo, and liutuuu
tiy, by numerous bonlus of u,sn, inhabiting
the border ooontli ol Miuonri, who under
ihe lead of Senator Atchitoii, rthloaaly v.
olsted ibetiectivj francbiai m ths Terril iry
of Kansas', do resolve;
1st, That wc deeply sympathize with Ihe
illfatad pioneers of Jcansae who were ds-
prived ol thai pauoply of freedom, Ihe "Mi-,,
so: si Q WelHH" by th pacitic interven
tion of the pretended prmciplo of "torviAM
aovenaieaTr," sod are now turnad wer to
"CaoftMs MtAVaav" by the armed inter'
vsnlioo ol lawless ooliticiuin from Missouri,
who scoff I frsf scffiagr except coulrl
bote t'o 1 ssi utroji.K in sll ihat widely
e vttndsd Territory.
td. That we dscm it the iapsratire duty
of ibjn Executive oflhe nation to-held up the
boati ii Qovcraor iUtuu wbtJc be illeinpU
to withstand the pro-slavery inroads of ad
joining Slates upon ths elective franchise
of the Territory over which he p-esides.
81. That we feel coustrainec to admit
that a crisis is rspidly approaching in the
nflnirs ol our con, tiy when condi ct will b
more efficacious than speech .vlieu daring
deeds will take the place of "vaunting
But we venture to enunci ile as the sense
of this meeting, and, as we believe, the
senre of a lurge nmj rity of the vo'ers of the
Stnte of Ohio, the following plain prepoel
1. Slavery must be interdicted In KlMM
3. No more slaVe territory shall be aciui
red. 3. No slave iimte shall henceforth be nd
mitted into tin- national confederacy.
4. Tl e fugitive slave law nmsi be totally
.'). Slavery must be abolished wherever it
: now exist.) by force or MROI ion of Cong re s
6. The "frtO Ootl" Of our States must be
made lo possi ts the efficacy of striking the
' mni acles from off the limbs of every human
. bring who is so lortunate as to plant his loot
4th, That to the maintenance of these
-propositions the members ol this meeting
pled::-their political fellh, and do here de
elare that they Will support no man for any
office of Btate or for Congress unless he
yield his asent to the name.
6th, That we depreciato a dissolution of
ihe Union ifit can he preserved without do
ing violenco to the Declaration of Indepen
dence: But If we Can only perpetruto the
American Contedercy ol Stutes, by perpetu
. ally extending the curse of negro slavery
, and by violating national compacts, and the
I Into principles of popular sovereignty, then
: Ihe Union will not ho worth preserving.
. j Judge Spa Li. Dt no, being loudly called upon
i nude a brief but happy speech in favor ol
..the resolutions, Ho waa followed by Mr.
. At on an and Mr, QaitWoU), Who earnestly
I c j . I d up ,11 the people to stand up for the it
. rights in that hour of trial. BoollBBM
, rrniTB then made a few inquiries in regard
to one or I vo points involved in tho resolu
, tious, and express -I hiOHflf in fivor of their
, spirit. .Toe volo was then taken, and the
. resolutions were carried ithout on? dissen
t ting voice.
On motion of Mr. Blaob, it waa
1 Resolved, That this meeting recommend
I that similar meetings be held in the cities,
. towns, and Vlllagl I, all over fo Slate, in
! order that tha voice of Ohio may go up
r atrongon the tide of Liberty and Right.
. 1 Cleveland Herald.
THE BELMONT CHRONICLE.
t 'Eternal hontilitv lo every form of tvr
nilUV over the mind iifMnu.'
; Thurstlny Morning, M113 24, lH-V'i
C. M. & T. RAILROAD
in our romarks under ibis hetd last week
we conflned ourso f to the quantity nf pro
(dues without calculating the amount which
, will propably pas.-, over the road, ii oomple-
ted. Wu now call the attention of the read
er to a computation ctf the probable amoutt
ol business tho road will transact iib-nlt.
The produoe of the counties through w hich
tho road paesea, including Wheat, Com, Oats
1 Rye, und Swine amounted ir 1800 tu 2CM
lii tons. One third of this will boa liber's)
allotvauco for home consumption which will
I louvo lor tranaportation 179,090 tons. Some
ofllna will of COUrae lilt J egress through
eoroe other channel, end wo therefore claim
or this road one th rd for transportation,
which will be o'J,lj'J7 tons. The average dis
tance of tranaportation w ill be ubout 70
miles, the whole length of tho roaa being
about I 10 miles This at fyl per ton will
amount to $119,394, Allow lor iron, coal,
lime, $00,914; for merchandize f:i0,l)00.
j Calculating from the business done bv neigh
boring roads and we are justified in claiming
loo through peaeongera per day, which In a
year will aiake $uo,ooo; and 100 way pas
eeugeii a day which will amount to iio,
000, and the U. S. Mail, possibly to the a
mount of j 10,000. This amounU to 899,.
titiS lor the lolul eernings of the road. The
running expenses of the road will be, we are
j Informed bv peraona who ought to know, not
' lem than J 160,000, mid (he repairs $jO,Ool,
or I,, make the figures round say 49,808,
This makes a total business as follows:
iSeruluga us abova tt-j'j'j.ous
Bapenara, repairs, fte fi!'J.tios
Leaving a bslaneeof BJ 00,000
TltB Co I of the road will not be lu than '
vMi, 00,000 for lie construction, running ma
ohlnery, depot buildings, &e, The jjjoo.ooo
then will be lo per cent on ihe coat of the
We feel us much as any ono can, the difli-
cultyilio almost Impossibility of computing I
the business of any rail road which has an '
eslstenco only in nana, but wu think atth
same time that ths abova esi (mates will be'
found reasonable, il l ot considerably within
bounds. QrentlBgi lor the sake ol the argn
001, lint it i. a liitlo too lurge, and let it"
throw offfuurflflha of the (iiollts, and we yet
huve a dividend Of li per cent, per unmun'on
the cost o ihu rosd. 1- this Is not making
road thai Brill pay wa ksjw noi what M
Tin- Committee to solicit BibseriptioBa have
mad . Iheir arrangement., and uro now pre
pared to tke up subscriptions l0 the capital
Stuck 01 the ro.,i. We hope they will be en
Souraged, and induced lo persevere until the
required amount is raised.
My ' Ueo. S. Purk, la-e o!
the Psrkville Luminary, publi.he a Ioik
lelter in th St. Louis Democrat, ile says
At, bison bat orgmized secret associatio u,
who aro vom lo turn out and fight, and to
shure the 'damage accruing to any member;
that tba destruction of the Hotel at Kansas
aid press at Lawrence are decreed
Park says he lelegrsphed lo Qov, 1'iice and
Pres't Pieice lor protection, and got no an
swer. He traces to Alchiaon ihe delruc-
iOU of the Luuill.itry c . U, i .
The Kansas Outrages.
We publish in this week's issue a Memo
rial of the Fie Slate citizens of Knnsus lo
the next Congress, letting forth in a calm
and ration ,1 manner the hislory of the recent
OUtttpt (we J-viil not call it an election,)
which occurred in that territory. Let not its
length deter any from a careful perusal of it.
Will the Democracy still say that there is
no use for the present Anti-Nebraska party!
1 Can they, With any show of reason, still con
I tinuu to denounce us as "unprincipled agi
tators." und "designing traitors?" Thepres
' ol lbs Slave Democracy nil over the country
is remarkable quiet under the circumstan
ces; they submit to seeing iheir friends
brow-b aten and insulted with the most ab
ject servility to the patriarchal institution.
Have they more love for the South nnd her
j darling institution than for the N r.h and
her free institutional Have they greater
I respect fnr the hand that boats them than
for the hand that feeds them! Verily, they
seem to have by their action in '.he premie
The present agitation in Kansas is clearly
traceable to the Democratic party of the
country. It is the legitimate and direct fruit
' of the repeal of the Missouri Compromise.
It is the result of that unholy action by which
( we cast a shnde upon the lair name of our
Union and repudiated a solemn compact.
Look at the result! Kansas is a battle field,
tho contestantf ate Freedom and the free in
stitutions of the North, on the one side, and
slavery nnd the traffic in human flesh and
I blood on the other. Who, in Ohio, can long
hesitate on which side to array himself!
Anti-Slavery sentiments are no longer out
lawed a', tie North. It is no longer dan
gerous to aland up in public places and pro
claim one's hatred of slavery, and love lor
freedom. Anti-slavery sentiments are guin
ling ground-and becoming popular, and
thtrefore fashionable. With these fact Le
fore them and the manifest d 2 sign on the part
( of the South and her sympathizers to spread
! still further the institution of Slavery, is it
strange tint myriad.-, of men have Inken a
stand und declared that there shall be no
more slave stales admitted into the Union
Ihat slavery shall be abolished in the Dls
j trict of Columbia that the Fugitive Slave
1 Law shall be repealed the Misouri Com
pron ise re-eatablisbsd and Ihut the General
j Government shall be wholly and entirely di
I vorced Irnm slavery. Let it be confined
within its present limits, and let slaveholders
i j manage their own ufl'uirs, make their own
' luws, and calch tlirir own niggtri, we will nol
do it, nor can any court in the Union com
' pel us to. Theea things are what the Anil
Nebreskaill demand and whul no one will
deny but Congress has the power to do. II
n-iy man entertains similar sentiments let
him connect himself with the Auli-Ncbrssku
party ol Ohio, which will continue, wc hope,
through evil and through good report, to
work for tho realization if what will un
doubtedly be a "good time."
QrAS4 Thomas, a citizen of Wurron
township, in this County, died on P.-idsy last
at the resideree oi Dr. Hoover in Barnes
vi lie. A dny or two before, Mr. T's. house
had been destroyed by lire, the excitement
from which brought on inflammation of tho
brain from which he died. Mr. T. wus one
of the Qrand J-.ry at the present term of the
Court, and wus then, wo thought, In excel
lent health. He was buried on Suturuay
evening, in tho M. E. graveyard, in llarnes
villo, with the honors of Masonry, being at
the time of hi decease u worthy member of
that order. When the gavel of death culls
his brethren from labor lo refreshment, may
they, like him, be duly and truly prepured,
worthy und well qualified to enter that Ce
lestiul Lodge ubove, where the Supreme Ar
chitect of the universe presidi s
ClrWe give below the form of the sub
scription paper adopted by the Railroud com
mittee for their operations. We think no
one can find any fuult wilh ll on the ground
of ambiguity or obscurity. It is impossible
thut any one can be cheated in this Opera til n
the committee of twenty ono is composed of
our own citizens, and no one uocd huve any
tears of doubledesling, They retain thej
subscription papers until they ere satisfied
that the R. It, Company huve Ihe assurance
ol one million dollars in reliable stock ub-
scriptlonato the eapltal stook of tho Road.
We have every prospect of a plentiful har
vest this yeur, in which csso tho hard limes
will be among the things that were, und the
money to make Ihe road will not bs missed
'rom the full coffers ol the thrifty farmer and
the prudent man of business.
Cleveland Medina and Tuscarawas
10 ins uiiuersignen, uu neretiy severally I
subscribe I o tba Cspitsl BtOCk l the Cleve
land, Medina ill Tuscarawas Ruil Road Com
pany, Incorporated by the General Assem
bly of the State of Ohio, by an set passed
March 20tb, 1881, according to the number
ol there sxl 0 our name, to be paid to
the Treaaurer or other sutboriaed agent of
said Company , esob share subscribed by us
to make 111 y dollars, and the amount thus
tubseribod, shall not bo required to bo paid
by saui Rail Road Cempaayja larger Install
meats thuii at the rule of ten uer ct for eve
ry nixly day, the first iitstullmenl to be msde
say able la sixi) days alter thi subecrlptiofl
ol stuck, shall be delivered lo ssid Rsil Rosd
TblS Subscription paper shall nol be de
livered into Uih possession sfsslJ Rail ..oad
Company, nor to any of its sgent or ser
vants, except ihe same be done by s Com
mittee of Turks, who shall be subscribers
and stockholders on this subscription pspsr,
suid Committee shall be elected by a inoiori
ly of the people's standing committee of
twenty one, who must bs stock subscriber
to suid Ruil Road, and who shsl) be entitled
to one vote lor each share hrld by them re
JBHliVtly. T' e time and place- lor the cle-
tion of the committee of three, shall be des
ignated byssld commillee of twenty ono.
Said coinmit'.ee thus sppointed or el. cted,
shall have lull power nnd uulhorily to deliv
er thi subscription of slock to id Kail
Road Company, at any time, in their discre
tion, or withhold the same entirely, as in their
wisdom they may deem most prudent; that
whenever our said committee ure satisfied
that the Board of Directors have obtained as
surance of one million of dollars by subscrip
tion to the capital stock of said compary, and
the rosd located at the St. Ciairsville Sum
mit, and terminate at or near Bridgeport, and
our stock put upon a par, or eiiializd with
tho other stock of laid company, thsn our
sub arription of stock may be delivered tc
sid company by our said Coinmittce,nt theii
discretion. May 24, 1855.
BELMONT COUNTY AGRICULTURAL FAIR,
TO BE HELD IN ST. CLAIRSVILLE
On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
The 3d, 4th & 5th of Oct., 1855.
LIST OF PREMIUMS
TO BE AWARDED.
CLASS I—THOROUGH BRED.
To be owned or stood in the county.
Best. 2J Best.
Stullions, Dip. and fi3U 20
Satisfactory evidence of un
broken pedigree must be
furnished the Committee,
Brood Mares, Dip. nnd 15 10
To be owned in the county.
Roadsters. or Horses best adapted to Saddle
and Light Harness.
Best. 2d EeM
Stallion 4 years old Dip. and f ii
I do 3 ears old, 5
do 2 " " 4
do t " " 3 1
.Spring Colt, either sex, 3 !
2d best do do O. Cult.
, Bmod Maie, 4yrs. Dip and 6 I
do 2 do 3 '
do 1 do 2 U, Cult
Baddla Horse, field, or Mare Ii '
Pr Matched Horses, 8 I
Kinolc- Driver, 4
I Committee Dr John .Mexander.John liar
ris, of Ooshen, Dr J T Upde jraff, Jesso Hue
Iv, J W Mitchell.
HORSES OF ALL WORK.
Best. 2d Besl
Stallion, 4 yenrs, Dii and $ti $
do Coll, 3 do 6
do do 2 do 4
do do 1 do 3
Spring Colt or I Illy, 3
3d best do do O, Cultivator.
Brood Mare, Dip. und 6
Filly, 3 yers 4
! do 2 do 3
; do 1 do 1
Spring Pillys Draught Horse
and Col s, o.e her sbove
Pr Mulched Cieldings or Mures S
Single Gelding or Mare 4
I Stallion. 4 years Dip and (.
do Colt 3 do 5
do do 2 do 4
I do do 1 tlo 3
' Spring Coll or Filly, 3
3d best do do O. Cult.
Brood Mure, C
Filly, 3 years 5
j do 2 do 4
do 1 do 3
Pr Draft Horses or Mares, 8
Single do do 4
, Spring Fillies with Horse Colts above.
Committee Samuel F Booker, Ephruii
MeClsry, Joel Dawson, Geo Bethel, o
. Flushing, Tbos. Sweeney, of VVhoeli.ni
JACKS, JENNETS AND MULES.
Best Jack, Diploma,
j " Jennet, do
Best. 2d Best
Fair Mules, 9s :
; Single do 2
j Committee Mj Thos Thompson, Jsnkin
'son Wright, Hugh 1'urks.
CATTLE—DURHAMS AND THEIR GRADES.
Best. 2J Best
J Bull, 1 years, $5 .1
do 3 do 4 !
do 2 do g J
do 1 do 2 I
Spring Calf, either sex, 3 2
3d besl do do ll
Females euuie as ubove.
Spring Calves of both sexes, compelin.
together or against each other.
Committee Mij 1 Noiswanger, John Al
len, Townssnd Frasier.
DEVONS AND THEIR GRADES.
Best. 2d Best.
Bull, 4 years, $5 4
do 3 do 4 1
do 2 do ;
do 1 do o 1
Spring Calf, either sex, 3 2
3d Best de do $1
Feme IBS same as above.
Spring Calves Ol both sexes, competing,
together or sgainsl each other.
Committee Rubt Wilson, Ohio co., Ye.:
Abner Lodge, J W Frasier.
Best. 2d Best.
Yoke Work Oxen, 3 years,
Uo il lies of draught lo
be tested $5 3
Fst Bullock to weigh not lea
than 1400 Iba g 10s. & 4
Dairy Cow, (any breed) pro-
duce to be certified to by
disinterested wilne 0 3
Beit. gd Best.
Boar over 1 year 0 3
do under 1 yr ii over 0 inoa 3 g
Brood Sow, 1 year, 3
do do under do s a
Litter pigi.not less thsn 0 m. 4 3
Committee Calvin Ha6en,Jauies Young,
Win. Gotten. I
Fine Wooled Merinos, and Grades.
Bet. 2d Bist.
Buck over 1 year, $4 3
do under 1 do 3 2
Rett pen of 5 Ewes, 4
FRENCH MERINOES AND SAXONS.
Best. 2d Beat.
Buck cter I yesr, 4 3
do under 1 do 3 2
Beit pen of 6 Ewes, 4
Committee Charles H Arrick, JA Work.
; Henry Neff.
LONG WOOLED & MUTTON SHEEP.
Bsst. 2d Best.
Beit Buck over one year 5 3
do under do 3 2
do pen of 5 ewes 5 3
do spring Limb cither sex 3 2
do Mutton sheen .1 1
Best. 2d Best
, Best Buck over 1 year 5 3
do under 1 year 3 J
do Pen of 5 Ewes 6
do Spring Lamb either sex 3 S
I do Mutton sheep 3
Committee Jacob Hall, Mutts Boggs.Wil
Best. 2d Best
Pair White Shanghais 2
Colored do 2 1
Puir Cochins 2
Pair Brahmu's 2
do Black Spnnish 2
do Jerssy Blues 2
t'o White Dorkings 2
e do Turkeys 2 1
do Ducks 2
do Geese 2
dc Guinens 2
5 Greatest and best display by
1 one Exhibitor. 5
4 Committee Dr. Dallas, Francia D. Fox
i D. S. Adams.
( Be'. 2d Besl
3 j Plow for general p irposes
! I Dip. and 6.00
j Sward Plow do 4,00
1 Sldsliill Plow do 4,00
1 Subsoil Plow do 4,00
:' Wheat Drill 3..00
" Corn Planter 4,90
Seed Planter for hand or
Large Harrow 3,00
Corn Cultivator 3,00
Field Roller 1,00
1 Horse Hay links 3,00
j Mowing Machine 10,00
3 I Reaping Machine 10,00
1, Grain Cradle 2,00
0 I Specimen hand hay rnkes
J dusen. 1,00
4 Srylhe Snath 1,00
2 Specimen of hoes 1,00
3 OB Yoke 1,00
j Farm Wagon 5,00
Family carriage 5,00
Siraw it Hay cutter 2,00
5 Buggy 3.00
g Corn ttulk cutter dip und 5,00
Corn and Cob Mill 5,0B
Curn Shelter (horse power) 5,00
do (hand power) 3,09
4 Vegetable Root cutter 3,00
1 Thrashing Machine 8,00
3 Clover hulling do 6,00
2 For the best exhibition of farm Implement own
y edandeabibited iy one farmer, 5,1)0
The above cluss of articles to be enlitlei
j to draw premiums must be manufactured b;
Committee Enior Bale, John Welsh
L cw is Sutton. John Bundy.
Best. 2d Best
11 Sample Form Harness 2,00
' do Curritge Harness 3,00
Saddle for man 3'U0
Side do 3,00
Pair lino boctt 2,00
Course do 1,00
Fine shoes 1 ,00
2 side solo leather 1,00
j 2 do upper do 1,00
I doz. cull skins 2,00
I doz. kip do 9;00
Committee Isaac Askew, Wilmelh Jones
CABINET & OTHER WOOD WORK.
I 1 Besl tanry Bureau, $J
I j do So fs 3
, i Jlo Bedstead, g
' 4do J dozen Funcy chairs, 3
, j do Rocking chair, 2
do Churn, 2
do Specimen of coopery, 2
do 4 dozen common brooms, 2
do Specimen com. baskets, 1
do Pump for Well, 2
Cominit'ee -Hugh Ferguson, Andrew
Grubb, John Friut.
HARDWARE AND CASTINGS.
Best set of Farmer's Edge-lools, $2
I do Cook Stove, 2
! do Furlor do 2
do Pr Horse Shoes, 1
j do Specimen horse shoe neila, 1
I do do Axes.
' do Assort copper or tin ware each S
do Pr Druw ing chains 1
do do Breast do 1
do Ox chain, '
do Show cuse of cutlery, 2
do Specimen Horse-shoeing, 2
do Mattock, 1
Committee Humphrey Alexander, Hiram
Borufl'.P U Thomas.
Cloths, Satmetts, and other tuncy (1 -.
Beat Piece 10 yards Factory Cloth, $3
do de SuUnetl, 2
do do Flannel, 2
do do 15 yds Wool Carpet S
do do 10 yds Jean,
00 do 10 yds Tweed, 3
do Assortment Silk Goods, 'a
do Piece other Factory Goods each, 1
Committee Jss W Hutchiusou, Win Tid-
bull. James Bullerworth.
Best 0 ysrds Domestic Linen, $3
do Diaper Table Cloth, 2
do Pr Coverlets. 3
"do pr blankeia 3
"do Bad Quilt, 2
do 10 ysrds Rog Carpet, ' 2
do 10 do Wool do 3
do Hearth line, o
do Piece Domestic Flannel, 2
do Pr Couniei panes, 2
"do 1 lb Sewing Thread, 1
do 1 lb Woolen Yarn, 1
do 3 pr Woul or Cotton Socks, 1
do Made Shirt. )
do Fancy Fly Brushes, 1
do Variety do 2
do and neatest made Lady's Dress 3
do Children's Hats or Caps, I
Committee R E Carothers, Mrs Thoburn,
Mrs Lewis Sutton.
NEEDLE, SHELL & OTHER FANCY
Best Bonnet and Trinming 1
do Specimen Embroidery each 1
; do do Fancy Needle Work, 1
! do do Other Faney Work, 1
do do Shell Work. 2
do do Wax Flowers, 1
do do do Fruit. 1
do do Bead Work, 1
1 do Variety of Ornaments, 2
I ' do Lamp Mnt, 1
! do Vnriely Worsted Work, 1
do Lady's Cap, 1
1 1 Committee Mrs I Noiswanger, Mrs Judge
KtOtton, Mrs II Kinscy.
', Best made Overcoat, 2
do Dress coat, 9
' ' do Vest, 1
do Pants, 1
j 2d best in the above class, the above rates.
Committee Eugene Nagle, M Edwards
1 C Troll.
FLOUR, BREAD, HAMS, AND DAIRY
I Best bbl Flour, from least quan. Wheat 3
2d best do do 2
I Besl Hams, counlry cured, ;
j do Hams made Bread, i
J do Baker's do 3
I do 5 lbs ButlT, made 10 Spring, 1
I do do do do 1
16 lb. do Fresh, 1
1 2 do do do 50c
! do Country Cheese, 1
' 2d do do 50c
Process of manufacture to be furnished in
writing to the con mittee.
Committee Win J Crymble, II Kinsey
Mis S Bentley,Mrs. J Lippincott.Mrs St son-rod.
Bet. 2d Best.
Specimen Autumn App!;s, 1 50c
do Winter do 1 50e,
do Peaches, do 1 50e
c Peurs, do 1 5Uc
do Grapes, do 1 50c
do Quinces, do 1 50c
Each specimen of the above
to consist of not lets than . pit
Speelmen Plums, I 5','c
do Cherries, Strawberrie,'
Gooseberries, Grapes, Nec
tarines each iQc
A plate lull to constitute a spe
cimen of tho ubove;
Greatest and best assortment not
less thuii 10 Variolic of Apples,
by one exhibitor $2
Ureatest unci best variety f ull
other Fruits by one oxliibilor, 3
Cstmuilllee ReV. A Young, Joseph Harris
Committee on Summer Fruit The Editor
VEGETABLES, GRAIN, &c.
Best Peck .Sweet l'otutocs, 00i
do Irish do it
do Dniunn, 01
do Temetoeo, 5,
do Parsnips, ;i
j do Curruts, St
do Beets, ol
' do I CaLbnges, oi
do Specimen Watermelons, 51
, do do Miiskmi-lous, ol
ko da Pumpkins, it
do do Bquasbes, 01
do do Wheat, Rye, Oats, Barley,
Buckwheat, Corn in the ear samples
nut less tiiuu i hush, eueli SI
Cuiniuiltce Isaui; TsMartiP Askew. F Boate
PAINTINGS AND DESIGNS.
l!el Painting in Oil,
do do Water,
do Crayon drawing,
do ipeo.men Daguerreotype, 3
do do Cut Marble, 3
do Variety of Alurlilo Work, 4
do Design oi Farm ituildiugs, 1
do do Cottage do 1
do do Floral do 1
do Sp eeitnea Engravinge, a
Committee Wuj 1 Neiawanger, High Ander
son, '1' 11 Clenin,
; Ik-Bt exhibit of l ot Flowers, 50c
j do do Cut do 5U
do do Dahlia, 50
j do Co Cvergruen, 5(1
do do of the above varieties $1
or 1 copy nf Florueulture.
i Committee .Mrs J 11 lltaton, Mrs 1) S Adams,
Mrs C 11 Aru k.
Best. 2d Best.
Piekles, Preserve, cVo. tl,00 5uc
Committee .Mrs. Merriuian, Mr. S. Booker,
Mrs. J. M. .Mitchell.
Committee Judge Cowen, Daniel Peek, Jus.
Appropriate premiums will bo offered for the
best ipvsimeu i l'einuie EquoetrlanUm,
lit si no ocst.
For the greeted yield of wheat
j not less than 30 bosh, tu the
1 acre, and not less Ihu 11 3 ucnslll.00 5,0(1
Best cum do 10,00 5,00
. do Osls do 5,110 3,011
do Barley do H,UU 4,0(1
do yield of May 10,(10 8,00
do i ucm Potatoes 5,00 J,U0
Committee Crawford Welsh, Sr. Jesse llur-
loUi Geo. W. Haaea, 1
lh t managed Farm 20,110
td do do 10,110
Conditions of State Fair of lust year u to
management of furm to tie complied with.
I Committee J. W. Fraeier, iSleholaa Coopr,
Rev. Young, Chairmen.
Australia and its Gold Fields.
By EDWARD H. HARGRAVES.
Mr. Hargruvcs is the discoverer of gold in !
Australi, and the cluc-l interest of th-s vol
ume csjiisists in hi description of the discov
ery. From New Sooth Wale he went to
California to eek his fortune, and, being
struck with the similarity olthegold coun
lry there to skveral districts in Australia, be
became convinced thai gold would be found
in the latter. He returned lo mak the die
ccveiy, and proceeding into the country,
this it the account he gives ol his
ll.e landlady of the Guyong inn, Mrs.
Litter, htd teen belter days. 1 had known
her during her husband's life lime. Shew-as
now a widow. It occurred lo me that could
not prosecute my plsns efficiently without
aisiilauce, and that Mra Litter waa 'a per
aon iu who a I could aalely confide, and h
would pro! ably furnish nic with a guide and
nil the BSeeSSry Imp'sMitS. Alter dinner,
therefore, I disclosed lo her ths object of my
visit, and begged her to procure n black fel
I v as guide lo the spot I wished to visit
Hi si; for, though this part ol the world wn
many years back, pretty well known to me,
it is a matter of no small dsnger to at
lempt to penetrate alone the dense lorcste
that cover the whole lurrounding country.
She entered with a woman's lieartineis into
my views, and offered me the assistance of
tier son, a youlh of about eighteen vears of
sgt, who he assured nie knew the country
j well. He was, therefore, mndo ncquuisted
j with my object, and at my request provided
' me with the requisite tool a spit,l! "pick, a
1 'rowel, and a tin dish for washing ihn
j After resting ono day at Guyong, 011 the
12lh of February I started thence, accom
panied by young Lister. Our course was
down the LsVBi Pond Creek, a tributary of
tho Macquurie river After travelling a dis
j lance, ol shout fifteon miles I found myself
: in Ihe country thai ( was so anxiously long
ling to behold again . My recollection ofit
1 had not deceived n,e. The resemblance of
j its formation to thut of California could not
I be doubted or mistaken.
1 My guide went for water to drink, and,
' after making a hasty repast, I told him that
we were now in the gold fields, and that tho
gold was under his feel as ho went to fetch
the water lor our dinner. He started with'
iucreilulsus amazement, and on my telling
him that I would now find gold wntched my
movements with the most intense interest.-
My own excitement was probubly far nnro
' intense than his. I took the pick and
, scratched the gravel off a schistose dykK
: which ran across the creek at right angles
1 wl.h its side; and with the trowel I dug a pan
ful of earth, which I washed in the water
1 hole. The first trial produced a little piece
of gold. "Here it is," I exclaimed; and I
then washed five par.luls in succession, oh'
I talning gold from all but ono.
I i No lurther proof was necessary. To de
scribe my feelings at that eventful moment
would be impossible. What I said on tho
instant though I must admit not warranted
as the language ofestm reflection has been
since much laughed nt; and, though my rea
ders may renew the laugh, I shall not hesi
, j tate to repest it, because as it was the natur
al and impulsive expression of Overwrought
- feelings at tho moment, so it is the onlyac
, count I can now give of what thoso feelings
I "This, I exclaimed to my guide, "i a mem
i ornble day i 1 tho history ol New South
, Wales. I shall be a baronet, you will be
knighted, and my old horse will be stuffed,
put Into n g!a-:s case, and sent to the British
I Crowds soon repaired to the spot, many to
be disappointed. Mr. Hurgraves was made a
commissioner of crown Innds, and, on leaving
Sidney some time after for the land of Ophlr,
: this scene occurred:
DISAPPOINTMENT AND DANGER.
When ubout two miles from Sydney I mot
w ith b member of the Leg'tlstlve Council,
I who begged me to retrace my steps assuring
; me that I should lose my life if I ventured to
: proceed; for lhat there were hundreds of un
successful diggers not fur in advance, on
their return from the diggings, who declared
lhat I had deceived them, and that they we'd
1 put me to deuth.
Nevertheless 1 procpcdedon my way, and
cjr'.ainly met many returning from the
mines. Fortunately I as not known to any
of them. I t coot ted minj of them in pass
: ing, but was ahooked to heur at times tha
j most horrid imprecation levelled against
I what they called the i'curse of God," s man
j '-Who had brought them uc-oss tho mountain
I j in search of gold." in answer to my inqui-
; ries one said that there was a little fold, but
. j that it was ull dug out; he hud lest four
j pounds, sixteen shilling, and had not got to
I the value of n farthing, betides having to
I I cross and recross the mountains; another had
1 lost fifteen pounds, another twenty pounds,
I and another thirty p muds.
i But it would be in vain for me to attempt
I lo describe ull that I witnessed at this parti
! culur juncttre. Among other strange sights
IJsaw u blind aian led by a lame one, trudg
I inji across the mountains en route for tho
if gold fields. They solicited charily. The
I I lams man wus hopping on crutches, and tho
I blind man hud hold of his right hond. -vhicli
I wus extended over the crutch. Thousands
j who stalled fro mi Sydney never reached half
wuy, und seeing as many com ng back as go
I inj;, those upwurd-bound got discouraged and
I returned in despair, vowing vcngeanceajrninsl
the man who hud so deceived them. London
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in the way of a codmsI , , ,hr,W b,rr'
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