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i.. or i saufitf, tor lessj J memoes, BirfnildiliioniliasettioB, ' 0 - 25 S 00 ft 00 8 00 9 Three months, ' ; ',-'' .1. ft:i 'gjxmontJn, ' - t . '; Twelve months. '' ? ' v 'One' fourJbTof column per year,' U 00 18 00 SO 00 . . half . 'm Column , AUoverasqusrs charged astwpsqnnres; rjAdvertisemenls inserted till forbid ittlte expense of, the advertiser. - JOB WORK B leeuted a'.'tnisOffice with neatness antlde- lateb.st the lowest possible rates. REGULATIONS AND PREMIUMS, OF THE PREBLE COUNTY, FAIR, AGRICULTURAL FAIR, TO BE HELD AT NEW PARIS. Oct. 11th, 12th, and 13th, 1854. OFFICERS. Ur.HBKRS OF TITSBOiSD. .y Presiilent,. - '' .ENOCH TAYLOR. ; l ' Vice Pnrs's, -; ' OLIVER W. PE K. .,' Treasurer, .. '1;p..bkookins. (, Secretary. , , 'i .'GEO. W, CANS. . 'i " ' ' ' . ": MAMAUIMS. -OLIVER nARBEU, v;, HENBY MARTEl ROSS CONGER,- - " ' SILAS PETERS, AUCHIBALD CAilPBBLL. ' pouTiv oomm;tti:e OLIVER BARBER, ' O.'W. PECK, ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL TT Articles will be received October 11th, ''nnlil 1 o'clock, M. xaminntion by the ' Judges (St article, c, exhibited will eoin mence at 12 o'clock" M., on the 1 Uh. V General exhibition, October 12th and 13th. ; : sales, alter 12 o'clock, M., on the 13ih. Price of Admission. Any person by payiriK One Dollar, becomes a member of the Society, and mny enter many different articles lor exhibition as he she may own. , ' .- ' Badges will be sold at One Dollar ench, du ring the Fair, which will admit to the grounds a man, hifl wife, and children under 13 years !f age; or a gentleman and two ladies, during t rnntilinnnce. - ; .i - '. The transfer of Badges will be punished full extent or the law. ." a - Badgeaand Tioketa will be sold at the of fice of the Treasurer. Single tickets, 20 cents; half tickets, lOcts., for pne admission tach. Half tiokets for all under 12 years of age ., Rules and Regulations. V. Exhibitors are requited to bare the articles entered on the book at the business office?, be fore '.hey are placed-within the enclosure. On the entry of artiolts and animals, cards ill be furnished with the number and class, it. Knitted' at the office, which are to be placed on the animal or article to ne exhibited, along with the name and residence oi ine owner. No article exhibited shall be removed be fnr Hie close of the exhibition, without per Tnicsion of some member of the Executive Com mittee. ' ' ' - . , , Evry exhibitor should have h:s articles, ' the (rounds tnd arranged in their places, 13 o'clock, M., on ;nemn,nuu h ut- beyond that lime, they cannot come iu compe tition for premiums. " " . Applicants for premiums at the Fair, shonl pay particular attention to requirements s'Ft Cattle, Milch Cows, Sheep, Plows, But ter, Cheese, Honey, Sugar, &c. : Applicants for premiums on field mustseaJin their statement aa required, the office of the Secretary at Eaton, by the meeting in December. .; For premiums in ,the class of Horss . Cattle, dneu to - all, as well as foieiah Horses , and Cattle, it is expected ninereni ureeus of animals will be brought, into competition with each other, -. The awards are to made faror of the animals which approach sfieareit to tho ttandar of pvefliun for tht bretd and cktti. ; i i . vfi Judges. . ' The Judges are TeqtiesleQ io report ' ' selves on their arrival, at the 'pusiness .the Board, on the grbnrjds: They ' also meet at;the puhlw stand. nt 11 , A. M. on the llth, when their names wr! .'alled,'T8canciesSupblied; and thfcy will tor upon tbeir duties-;'' They re requested ,')naXe"their reppris to the'Seoretory at the bffwe, as early- as practi:able The port must hll'be made1 by 6.oclock, P. M., Instruction to Judges. :.Mbe, Judges on AniqisU will hare, regard me syiniueiry eauy pwiumy, fizo inn gener m eburacteristics of tlie' breeds which judge. They wjl make pcopbr allowances age ceding, and other circumstances or ' character and cpnOiiion of the animal. 2 art tarnettly requited not in give encourage ment to oter-fed animali.' No premiums - be awarded to-bulls, cowsj or heifers shall appear to- hate been fattened for butcheri the object being to have superior Is fot this description of breeding.)' - ; i No persons whatever will be allowed to with the Judges during jtbeir. adjudica tions. , If (he Judges on slock ate. not satisfied the regularity ttU-,e,titrie; lfi Jrjlt Fat Cattle. f fOTvJiidres,on,Pat Csttlei will gwa , tilar attention to the animals submitted to :.' aiuinaiion. It is believed that, all other .- being' equal hdse are. the best cattle . bae the itrratest weWht in, the smallest ..perBces., THe" Judges ,wi. require5 all cattle in this class rp be' I 'eiglie l, ,and " take measures to give th supertices-.of and publish the Jesuit in their reports. ' will require of competitors full statements 10 manner ana wat of retdtrtg. Fat Cattle. General Rules applicable to animals. When there is but one exhibitor, .-v'rir may show sevGikttniinsls in a class.: i -..'-out memiurri.will be awarded; ijlat to be ' or" other vvtse, as the merits "of lie Shimal , ! Tie judged. A premium.will not be ' , " When the animal Is not .worthy, though 't no Reports. . '," A The Jndgw,;(peoially ihose on i-r'YiU.bejixjmcted to give the: rMsonsor . . - :.i deeitiantt embtoja( ihs viuaW and- .,bl-qua!itit.s ofrtheitmmlataitBkAovliicli r . ' . ' ipreruuiJBS aie awarded. ;; ,,.. ,i r ' II W iM-' fi:lL:lU M m II I 111 1 HI AM HI I ' SHEW New Scries jo L- "Fearless and rifec EATON, PREBLE COUNTY, 0. JUNE 22. 1854. i $1,50 per Annum in Advance. Vol. 11, No. 3. -Street, Discretionary Premiums. - No view'mir committee fhall award any dis- cretionwyijfcfemiumsi vV henever, however, articles or meritt SuperiOT m ineir corncier,( are ptisenfed, Jmf which are entitled to spe-cial-ermrmwidritifin.-lhe'Judges are desired to; notirwtHerh particularly and refer them to the' cnnside'ratirlri -ofthe'IJortd, at subsequent there tl ' f' ' ' v Address. iddressesi will be delive-ed atlhe public stand,, on th grounds, ontlie t3tn, at 1U o'clock,' At precisely; oy me mou, aaKKa Hawks and Gen. Geo. JJ. Ue-nobicks, ot our and no mistake. Reports of Judges. The reports of .the Judges will b real on the 13ih, immediately after the public speaking wover, and premiims,&e., paid, Dy the Treaiurer, upon the order of the Presidem and Secretary, at tlieoflice o the uoara.on me grounds. Statements be furnished by applicants for premiums on farm crops. I. Thn land shall be measured by some competent person, who shall make atnuaviioi tiit ' accuracy oi .tie measmemeui nuu-uic quantity of ground. , . 2. The annlicant shall maite affidavit, ac cording to the forms annexed, to the quantity of erain isised on the ground entered on the premium (ist. which affidavit must accompany the application lor premiums, wgeiuer wuu o snmnle nf the Arain. ' ' 3. The main object, oi me oociciy uei6"' promote profitcblecuUivalign, they do not pro- pewe to oiler premiums ioriops jiiouutvH uj extmvagani eipenuiiute, inuiviyio uov.... certified account of the expense of cultivation mnoi ha m r.,l Th etnense of labor and manure should be particularly stated, and the binrl nf mnnnre inven. 4. The kind and condition oi sou, mc . .... i. quantity and kind of seed used, the time ana mode of putting it in me grounu, suumu n.rtirnlnrlv .lalnd. 6. The 'crsin mnslfbe either weighed or measured in a leiral hnlf bushel. Corn to ue r.,.oo,...i ;n ih our. nnil an average specimen of not less than 20 bushels of ears shelled,, cleaned, and weighed or measured as above, after the 15th dav of November, and the num berof bushels thus estimated siaieu iu w Forms of affidavit. or to on by Coimly, ss. A.B. being duly sworn, savs that he accurately measnteu me rana ,tnnn .hip. ft. 11. raised a cron ot tne past season,. and tire quantily of land is firr9. unit nn more. Sinned, A B. Sworn to before me, wis- nay m , 185 , - B.F., Justice oi inereacf. rinilvu3. U. U. Letnaauiy sworn, says- that he raised a crop ot -tne is season, upn the land measured by A. B.,and ik. nnan t v ni irrnin Timremi was els,-and no more, weighed (or measured in a sealed haU bushel, as ths case may be,snd (liat the statements iu regard to the jnaoner cultivaiinrn &o.i are correct, to the best of his uic 4.n"7 . b . - knowledge. ;. , ' hworn to before. rrte, this day pf -, 185. . - v ,E. F.,Iuslic. of the Peace., Aniaats and articles for exhibition can-be entered at anv time after the first of September, at tlie office of the S?eretflry in Eaton. All entries must positively be made before 12, o'clock, M., of the first day of the Fnir. En tries should all be made in time, so ss to pre vent delays on the last day. ' -,r rrvThft Press in tho adjoining counties arc respectfully invited to give nn editorial notice of the lime of hoi ' lug ll.u 1'reble county rnir, LIST OF PREMIUMS. . ' for To le awarded by Preble Couny Agricultural loeirty, at ill Fourth Annual Fair, to beheld at JVeio Porii, 'on tie llth, 12A and 13iA days of Oetobtr, 1851. - . . CLASS. A. THOROUGH BRED CATTLE. 1—SHORT HORNS. an iiunl and oi in the cut "- '' Best bull over three years o'lrf, 2d best bull over three 'years old, Best-two years old bull, ' -" ' 85 8 4 f 2 3 1 - 2d best two years oia ouii . Bost one year eld bull, w -, 2d best one year oiu ouii, , DAI anrinif hull n1f. D 1 -.- 6 . . Youatt dl Ma tin on cattle. ,. 2d test spring bull calf, . O. Cultivalor. . a. . IFemile the same asabove . II—DEVONS. ficer will ' Same pri-inkims s Short Horiis. III & IV—HEREFORDS AND AYERSHIRES. en : 'a , V". Same as above. .-' . V—NATIVES, AND CROSS BETWEEN NATIVE AND IMPORTED. on ; to I they for the Ay Best three years old bull . 2d best three years old bull, rw two vears old bull, S3 00 2 00 a oo 1 00 2d bust two years old bull, Best one year old bull - ' ' ,. . .- vouaii anu maiuii uu -n e m .n venr old bull. ' O. Cultivator. avu ajva f- 2dbestcair, uom""""" v Females as above. . VI—FATTED CATTLE. the an imr in terfere Best fatted beef, four years old or overr f3 , l... ,i v..ii A Mnrtin on cattle. n.. r..u i i,' S venrauld and Undsr : 1 vxi oesi uo. ( - 'a' VII—MILCH COWS. as iply partic. ex- things that su tb n..i mw. f Youatt Martin on voS bi,t do."' -''''"" J,!0'. Cultivator and , v,ni''fit'iWemlU'ni8'on,triirch :'.... ..rt.;.h tiemeDt efths kind,r used durinf the trft,l-the trial to be.rnade en succVisslve days. .Cow to b6 eiHibited theF?ir.:;rt.:1:-.''V B"u.-" "under. : 3 i..h thai ihAn'i nnr n en it cat w uivo VIII—SWEEPSTAKES. They as attboutih only Best bull o( w'HWZm 'Z, Jiies-tbull cf.anjf Dge, ... . , ,ni J n... .;.' Vatrf hf n ape." ' ; TlVMfcle ?-l i 1 a Qd best cow or neucr o'.ij. ni .. ,i - fti voke of Work Cattle, 4 2d best voka oi won came ., 3 CLASS B. HORSES. I. STALLIONS. ! a'nimelsi) their, desita ' i fJeW station W heavy draught,' ' ' o.l ki ftsllinn for heavy draught. f5 3 u.c a ?rcold atal idti foi hcavr draught 4 2d belde.v.l'.r,c.B'.'H .Suu "".""TV,' 2d tieWdeu .. ' m .Voostt oq 4W '2dbestdo) ' ' Ohio Cultivator. (Females as above. . - ' II Horses (or licbtdraugbtsame as above. , ' . ' ' " Females do. ; . 4' oh..! j . . i :. j III Hferses'tor saddle; Ihe same a above.! ' f s -iT..I,ti.rr-f . : !-..- I V Horses for general purposes same ss abovai V—SUCKING COLTS. Best horWcolf,0'1' V 12 06 2d bast liotse 4olt. Yonatt an bono. Best mar oli( . . . . 2 00 ia Dest mare cc;ii, Youatt on horses, VI—MATCH HORSES. Best pair of matjfi carriage "hones, f 5 00 2d best do.T 00 Best souare trotter. ' 2 00 2d best do. Yonatt on Horses. Six best spring colts from sny one stallion, 9 00 CLASS C. CLASS C. I——JACKS AND MULES. Best isck of any age: ;;: 15 00 2d best do. . . - uu Best jonnet of any age,'. . '. 5 00 2il best do. ' ' ' a uu Best muld two rears old and over. 3 00 2d best do- Youatt on horses; Rest mule one rear old. . 1 09 2dbestdo. Youatt on horses. Best sucking mule colt, do. .2d best do. !...-.. Ohio Cultivator. CLASS D. I—HOGS. nav Ym-.su 1 vir nU a nil sivt r f riprlf tth im thotougii bred) 9o uu ' 2d"best do.'1-' ' ' ' Youatt on Pigs. Best b-'ar six months old, . - . . ' 2 00. 2d best do. ( ., Ohio Cultivator. Best Suffolk boar one year old and over 3 0Q 2dbestdo. ' -" ", Youatton pigs. BestMiddlesexboar.oncyearoldnndovei' 3 00 2d best do. - ; Yona'.t on pigs. Best sow and sucking pigs, not less than six, 3 00 2d best do. ' Youatt on p gs. Best boar of any breed. 1- year and over, 4 00 Lest br od sow of any breed, one year old anu over, Females the same as above. 4, 00 CLASS E. I—Fine wooled sheep. Best t'uck of any aue. ,. W 00 2d best do. '.,: . . Youatt on sheen Best ewe of any s'ro. S 00 2d best do. 1 ' Youatt on'sheep. II—MIDDLE WOOLED SHEEP. Best buck of any age. ;' rs S3 00 2d best do. .... .Youalt on sheep. Best ewe of any src. ' 3 'i I Lest do'!-'' - Youatt on sheep, III—LONG WOOLED SHEEP. Best buck of any age . S3 00 d'bfJut 'da."!: " ::-J ' Youalt on she'en 'bVst'ewf'of knyae-i'''0 "' ' S 00 2d test do " - . . xouatx on ineep. CLASS F. POULTRY. CO 00 00 00 00 00 Best pair. Shanghai fowls, colored, ' 31 2d best pair Shanghai fowls, fcolored, :' " Ohio Cultivalor. Best Pair ShanKhai' fowls, while, ' ' 1 Best onir of Poland fowls," 21 best pair of Poland fowls, p.Cultivnlor. Rest pair Of Dorkings,.' , jf- 1 2d best pair of Dorkings, ' , O. Cultivator. Pest pmr ol Uocnin umna, . , ,i 2d hc-t pair of Cochin China,' Q. Cultivator. H.-kI nnir of Brs lima Poo'ra, 1 , Do. Best pair of Turkeys, "' " ! 1 2d Lest oair of Turkeys, ' O. Cultivator Best pair of I'ucks, Silesian, , . . 100 2d best pair of Ducks, do. ' 0. Cultivator. Rpstnairof Ducks, Poland 1 pnir oi JJUCKS, reruviani t( i nnir of Geefte.TSrahma, ' ' 1 '' nair of Wild Geese.or Canadian, . 1 Best pair of .Clnneie(.peese, 2d best pairoi uujneseueese, y.vumvai-ur-: li best caee or biros, , .v, vuinvaior best cock of any breed,. V. J ; ; r", , .1 hen of siiy breed. . ' Bestt '3 si vispiay. vi .; ,. Cn' ps .wdl beAttniShed on the. grounds ypouury. .... -. .. . -. i-, ,1 CLASS G. GRAIN CROPS. , feint,' to be - - - cember, '' ' ' .15 Best Acre , t scrie pf corni . do.' ' do. ' ! 3 1st Decei 2d best nest acre of Vheat 2d best srre of wheat, " " ' ' 8 -'' ' - 8 TJestscre'of hsrtey,. "d bestscteof baney, O. Cultivator. Best acreot Flat, 8 2d best acre pf flax, O. Cultivator. ' 3 O. Cultivator. ' O. Cultivator. Best acre of bfoom-corn, " 2d best acre or broom-eorn, Best arte of clover-see-, ' 2d best, do." " Timothy seel same ss clover. ' CLASS H. I—BUTTER AND CHEESE. UU 1' Best 6 lbs Butler, t ,. , r , ,? . 2 best, Butte i,, .. .- , . Bent Cheese, notlnss than ,10 lbs, , 2 i 2d best BbfifS pot leas man iu iosi. i -, State io-wbat pioirlbs made, and the of making, W piH- . . - ' ' II—SUGAR AND HONEY. 00 cows food for M O0 Besl 10 lbs MapIe'Bngar, - ' a i i . 2d rest 10 wrnarpie sngiw,' ---i Best gallon maple molasses, , " 2 best gallon maoie moiasses, , BesSlOlhs rioney,, v .t.A' i i n.l liKit to lbs honav.! . - ThfiroteM'f toakin and eltrifying sn'saf to be stated in Writing. . The hoaev be taken without - destroying the tees. of hive ussd.i" ; iJ CLASS I. I—FARMING TOOLS. II 00 00 horses. Be.l strsw cutter,, , ....,, ., , ) 'Best pbMt for generrpurposes,'.' .', .,' j Best wiosoii ptow, ... -. ,t , , Hest.sod (wWn '',..;, , , Best ope borne, do., - ',. -, Best harrow,. ;:,;). , ,''",) ' v Best pnlttyaiot. ,(4.; -,v'4 .;; , , . .. 1 r2 Desk com l'iw,,.. t Rt ttrntn (frill.' . 00 01 Best fanning niilj,., 00 Best norse rake, 1 '-' ' l!.ol nrain IT!tnt. . Wit farm wirgon,' S 001 Bast Holler, 2 00 Hetl corn crusher, & 00 II—PLOWING MATCH. For the best arieciraeo of plowing 1 9 t 0 0 "Witn three norses aoreasi, nj; ? tUless than ten inehes dctp, . ) Cultivator Cu beat, same sfubove, 1W cuir. Best plu-wing with two horses,) 8 3 0 0 .'lh sod, ' rultivater. i2d best, same aa above, Si 00 Jr CuU. .The m.terial, workmanship, durability. tnd nnce of olow to be considered. Alfo.theirca- pabity for lifting and turning over in the best manner the greatest quantity of soil, with the .esst resistance, and leaving a proper surtace for seed iud after culture, . CLASS J. I—HARNESS AND SADDLES. Best farm harness, ' ' 3 00 ft 00 2 00 carriage " single " -i ' saddle and bridle, horse collar, ' sidesaddle; - ' ' '-. ' 2 00 1 00 2 00 II—LEATHER. Best specimen of sole leatrrr, 1 00 skirting, 1 00 t oo 1 00 1 ,00' calfskin, harness leather, kip, . CLASS K. I—CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. Best two horse family carriage, ' ' ' ' ft 00 3 00 " buggy, ' II—BOOTS AND SHOES. Best pair coar-e boots, . , 1 00 fine . " 2 00 coarse shoes, " 'O. Cultivator, 44 . . ' 1 00 " ladies' . 100 III—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. Best double coverl-t, 3 00 ' . woolen blanket, 2 00 piece of flannel, ten ysrds, or more, 2 00 ' piece fulled cloth, ten-yds, or more,. 2 00 " piece woolen cloth, ten yds, or more, 2 00 " niece ran camel, ten yds. or more, 2 00 hearth rug, ' ' " 'pair woolen stoskings, -" i pair woolee socks, j . -" . piece jeans, ten yds, ot more, " niece linen, ten yds, or more, . " ''batch work quilt,' 1 2c lest patch work quilt, '; ' .(worked collar, '-,,,- ? table cover, . variety of worsted work, 1 ; ..; '- 2 00 75 50 2 00 2 00 3 00 2 0 1 ""i 1 00 1 IV—CABINET FURNITURE. n - 1- , 1 1 8 00 pesj fill US ifl'uru.-twi. " bieaklast taoie 2 00 work-'tsnd, - " washstand, n - ;r ." irespjng bureau, ., i . " french bedatesd. , ' hlgh'-post bedstead, ' 'hslf dosen fanoy chairs ,". i half duten common chairs,, " rotkiag chair, " : settee, ' ' " sofa, '''' 1 00 1 00 too 3 00 8 00 8 00 1 00 2 00 I 00 200 V—FRUITS. 00 w 00 00 uu Best ten varieties winter apples. -. Dowoing's Frui'S & 2 " ten' varieties autumn app'es, do. & 2 00 " single varieties winter apples, ' Thomas' rruus i uu single varieties antumn apples, O. Cult " specimen of sweet apples, do. " assorliuent of apples, O. Cult. & 2 00 " assortment ol autumn pears, m.' -nssortmentof winter Dears. Cult. 41 00 " assortment, of grapes, 2 w isjyrlment of quinces, I 00 VI—VEGETABLES. 00 00 00 for ' 00: 00 00 00 00 00 00 300 Best quarter sere Irish potatoes, 3 "d best (if. acre, do. do. . O. Cultivator. quarter acres sweet potatoes, .peckonioBs, '. 1 . ' " peck tomatoes, 3 1 1 peck parsnips, . . pick csTfrots, ' half Gor.t beets, " - peok peppers;- . ... -; j ,.6 headsi cabbsge, , . -, ; , : 3 pumpkins, ., 3 squashes; ''" '.:. vsriety of- beahs, ' .' hntf bushel turnips; - . aud greatest-variety of vegotables, 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 ft. Cultivator and 1 mwJrimon vrv. eat. - ; ' 1 celery, ' 1 cucumbers,- ,- . . 1 rhubarb, ,. ... . ... ..1 1 preserves, . , , ' nickles. ' ' ' 1 1 ' display of preserved fruits, . , O. Cultivalor and 1 The mode of culture of each vegetable pre sented for s premium, must be made in wri ting to the committee. - 1 0 VII—COOPERAGE AND WOODEN WARE. 00 " 00 uu mode oo oo Best pork, barrel, mde in this. county, , .1 00 flour barrel. i laid Htkitti ' ; :' 1 OO wash Ubr .- -i -' 1 00 chum.-,,; - - 1 00 w- od pumr,7to be pul tp and used during fair, " . " a 00- 3 1 vsrWyof Willow osakets variety ol split baskets, wooden buptet, j , , v :-, I 00 ' 00' 15 VIII—FLOUR. oo thi Best and mostflqurroin lObush. wheat, 60 with the ollal,... .. . , IX—FLOWERS. 100 00 00 Bes general selectibnfFlowers,Down- - mgs worts en ianucape uaruening 6 specimens ef roles, : do. . d. j " , co lection of shfubs, ;,, ... do. ,, do, collection of( evergreens' do. do. " specimen bf osage orange plants, one ' seuson growth, . do. doo. X.—Blacksmithing and Edge Tools. 00 2 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 2 CO 2 00 ft 00 Best paw horse shoes,; ' ' T' ."z. oboprng MtVwJ" t , '-' -1 ' " log chain, . . Va. . ; fifth chain, . , , ' psii breast chains, . , . " double trees and neck yoke, BOH, ' '' ':'' . V., DSSttacI,,.. .. .-t !-. -:'.. " aijoiimcut of edge tools, .y , ,1 1 I 1 1 J I 3 XI.—MISCELLANEOUS. Best spec men bouse sudsigg painting, n nn ' specimen landscape pamung, " ' painting in water colors, - ' " best specimen printing,' ' " r $ecimen dulisiiy, ,-.,:! .V., diets, coat,,.--.. , - , . .. . , . "" psnls and vest, 4r overcoati " '' '' 1 ' ' "' . fur hat, ? i ' ' V ' (silk hat, ; .rifle gun, . . ,. . . " ,'pnnncl door, window" sash, " i window blinds, , b'ker's bread, " don estic bresd, display of cakes, " display of confectionery, " sugar cured hams, specimen pf hard soap, " specimen of candles, . half dozen corn brooms, " specimen of grain, " specimen of starch, ' ' " assortment of brushes, " assortment of tinware, " assortment of copper-ware, " ' cocking-stove, psrlor stove, " shop stove, " washing machine,. " toflpbstone and monument, " ornataental shell-work, ' ' best artificisl flowers, etc., " assortment of potter's ware, " bee hive; specimen if stone cutting. H UU '2 00 2 00 , 2 00 3 00 ' 2 00 ' 3 00 1 00 1 00 Ji 05 1 00 1 00 .1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 ' 1 00 1 00 1 00 '. 1 00 1 00 3 00 1 00 . 1 00 1 00 1 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 CTDiscretionarJ premiums will be recom mended on articles of merit not enumerated in the above list. . THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA. NEW YORK, June 13, P. M. The steamer Arabia, with advices from Liv erpool to Saturday, the 3d inst., bus just arri ved at this port. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DennistQwn's Circular says. The market for Breadsluffs opened dull in the forepart of the week, at the decline reported by the Pacif ic, but closed steady at the previous week's prices, whichju an advance on the quotations by the Pacifio. . The closing quotations being, Western Ca nal Flour 33a39 60; Baltimore and Philadel phia 39a40s, and Ohio 39a41s. ' While Meal 11 9d a 12s 6d; and Red Mixed lis 3d a 11 9d White Corn 5Sa40s. Lard is quoted at Ms. Consols closed at 91 i. ,.'. A; Co .. rerlorts less doinir in Beef. 9?;but prices firrh end the stock low. Pork dull and prices drooping. Bacon in fair demand, and fine qualities sell readily. Shjrt Middles scarce arid sought after. Shoulders and Hams better demand, - 'an l neee iir martlet. NEW YORK, June 13, P. M. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. 0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Eight thousand French lauded al Piraeus, in Greece, and took possession. King Olho bad accepted the ultimatum of France and Eng-land,-and had called a hew ministry. - An Anglo-French squadron had been order ed o the BlackSea. , . , , , :. Nauier had battered the outposls of Hango, but up to the 22d liie' main fortress had rot been taken. e i "'. ';:' ; Silittria had bravely heJdout up to the 27th, at which 'date Omar Pacha was going to the relief of the earrison.' Omsrahd Lord Raglan had held a council of war atVrna,aud,it is said, the Auglo-frencU forces will proceed to Aunanople, It was gf nerolly thon'shl' Lo d Palmerston would De appoiutea iuinisier oi iv m Eng land. . Austria was about to dispatch a f 'rmal de mand to the Cznr to withdiaw his troops from the Turkish territory ' The latest advices from the Danube say that Omar had gone with 9,000 troops to the relief of Siltstria. The Independence of Georgia hatvbeenprp claimed. Some doubtful rumors were in circulation that the Czar would negotiate The new steamer City il Philadelphia, bad been launched in the Civile; Distfatch s from Trieste of the 2Cth, says the ! Russians had failed in the attempt to f rce the oassae of the Danube at luttiet and uiurt;a ti vo; on the 20th, they were repulsed in on ot 1 00' taeV -nn one of the detached forts at Silistria. 00, The Russians, the diipulch says, admit that ilistria may hold out two or three weeks Ion ' eer, ami by that time it probably may be re i lievpil hv Omar Pacha. Ifulch nnd Poti on the coast r,f Circassia have rendered to the Anglo-Frenah ships, and now tliat .the independene of .Oe Tgia .has been proclaim! d the banisneu rnnces win tfi.Mlti.il. ' ' " " ' ' ' ''''' 1 ' tellers from Belgrade say a firmnrt has been signed, sllowing Austria to occupy Montenegro as well as,Albaui and Servio, should it OO', deemed necessary. UU! Advices rp'm tne name, sayinann eiiceuic 00 blockade had been established at Riga. I Advicea from Athens saytheEOTptian troops had been completely defeated in Thessally the insurgents and fully 300 taken prisoners,; with a large amount of small arms. Gostcbikoff has been summoned to St. Pe tersburg, he will frm whence thought Sent on a speciaMnis ion to the German courts. It is reported that the Czar has given orders again to occupy Little Wallachia, but the re port is doubted. : In the British parliament it was snnounced that the lonisn flag, being under Br tish pro tection, it csnnot be considered neutrsl. Bv '.he movement in Denmark, all the op- position rlewspepers, except five, have b OOiintirdinled. ' .-. . . . ' The government prohibed a publio meeting at Ruigetu, to 'celebrate the .fifth anniversary of the constitutional, at which an address tjie Ki g was to be signed, praying him to miss Bia iiuiiwici".- . The details of the coup de etat sre disjoined and,vaguq. t ' ,. ; 10 00 00 00 01 00 A rlert-vman of Mobile. Ala., Dr. W. Hamilton, of the Government street Ptesbyte rian.church in that city, a man c-lebraled many parts of the Onion for his ability arid" lately discovered to have for vears runmntr a career ol unonaiea jieen- tiou-ness snd profligacy, causing the. ruin several respectable young women, members of his congregation. ' Rumors a (feeling his utstion hsd been in circulation for some t but suc,h confidence was felt .in.his integrity by his friends, that it wss when rumor place to open charges,' that a committee of wss appbinled, 'before whom a mass of evidence was presented as left doubt or h guilt. The Bloi'iio Kegisttr be was forewarned to leave the city by i .time, or - tnob vi denca would be 0iiim. Tho tevcieud piofliate took the OQ and left. , .,, ';,. .. ;-. '. Is published every .Thursdsv morning, in U oom iaunediatJlyever the Post Office, Main Eaton, Ohio, at tb following rates: SI 60persnnum,ln sdvsnce. ; ; 12 00 if uotpaid within the year, and 83 60 aftertbeyear hnsexpired. Tueseratewillbrijidly enforced. No paper discontinued until all arrearages ire paid, unless at Hie option of the publisher D"AH eomrauuicalumasddressedto the Ed tors must be sent free of postage to insert at tention.' V. ' " . " ' tf No cocnmunicatiuc inserted; 'unless sc ompanied by I resjwnsibVVame. - Unwelcome Arrival. A family of great pretensions in . Walnut street, had a musical soiree last night many illustrious characters present everything in tlie most expensive and ostentatiqus style. Therooms were filled witn company, all cf the highest rank, people who had made their fortunes in S hurry, and luckily escaped the Penitentiary; and others who made a figure without fortune, at the ex"ense of toilon niaiilaumakers, jewelers hatters, boot-makers, 4o.iT in tfrs feeigbt of the festivity, a bustlo was nena m mo entry: , . '"I will come in: let me psssi I want to sea my cousin' aud simiiiar expressions, reached the ears of'the guests". The lady of the house turned pale, the gen tlemen lbok'ed blue; the daughters fainted.aml and general amazement prevailed,when a jolly countryman entered. lie was dressed in a brown cost, well worn; a slouched hat, coarsa boots and rugged woolen trowsers. "Cousin Nancy," said he-.-apprnaching the matron of the mansion, "what sort of a house do yon keep f A,U hands fiddling, fluting and squawking, like play-actors br, concertizers t Your devilish rolks out thar wanted to make out that I was drunk, and had got to tlie wrong house, but I tell'd. them I kuow'd bet ter, anil I pushed in, in spate of 'em "Vexatiori !" exclaimed the lady proprie tress.' ' HD nation !" exclaimed the gentleman proprietor, "You are drunk, and I don't know you," added he de-perately. s "Not Vr,it me?" cried the visitor. "That's a li"-.iv story. Didn't I lend you money to begin business, and to buy some of this very trumpery that's now in your house! Don't you know ine, Cousin Nancy ?" VNo," answered the great lady, faintly. "Then blast my boots," said' the country man, "but 1 11 make you remember me. l holds judgment bond against you, Jim,' that will sweep you out: and 1 11 do it, you un grateful puppy." Here th- screams ol Mrs. and ner daughters, brought in theservants, who a l fell upon the unwelcome guest, (a most worthy and excellent wnn by the way,) hustled him out and delivered him into the hands of a watch man, as a drunken loafer. Having spent the night in the watch-house, and satisfied the Mayor that he was no imposter, he went away this mornine vow-ng reneenance atainst nis city relatives,-who will probably be. sold out by the sheriff, as a caution to lorgelful cous ins who do not know1 their best friends, in tne garb of honest lnduslry.-Phila. Sunday Mer cury. , . . . A TEMPERANCE STORY. One eveninc last week we took our seat t the supper table of a Cincinnatiand Louisville) packet. Supper and conversation had pro gressed sometime before we weie seated. An . animated discourse was going on between an exceedingly sober-faced, ministerial looking old man, and a becurled and thin faced lady, of not less than. Jliirty en, the subject of tein - perance. "Uli ."' exclaimed she, with horror on ber thin lips, "I do -despise the., wiskey drink er." .. . - The gentleman dropped his knife snd fort. and seizing the lady's hand with enthusiasm and giving it a hearty shake we thought tears were going to drop front bis twinkling eyes. - ."Madam,", said he, "1 respect your seuti- ruenl and the heart that dictated 'it. permit no pesotl however to go beyond me in despi sing the whiskey drinker. -Uiaye been dis gusted on this very boat, and 1 say it befoiet our worthy captain's face. -What, I ask you, can bo more disgusting than to see well dress ed, respeclable, aye, virtuous looUiug young men, whose mothers are now praying that the tender instructions by which their youths were illumnnate.d, may bring. forth precious fruits in their maturity 1 say lo see such, young men step uri to the bar of this boat and without the fenr of observing eyes, or the con demnation ol enlightened opinion, brazenly ask for old Borbon, Rye, or Monongahela whisky, when in that bar they, know there is the very Uest old cogniac brandy." The crowd at the table who had boen intent ly listening, dropped there knives and forks paused a moment, then broke out into a pro longed and loud roar of laughter. The lady let go his hand, upset the chair, an ..pitched nto the ladies cabin." Et. Journal. The Martha Washington Defendants. ue be An editor dubaseS his high calling v hen bo lends the influence of the press over which hi has control, .to the persecution of men against .whom, perse. ution. has' failed; and more particularjy on, .wholly circumstantial evid nee, as in .the case of thfse defends nts. The whole-power of the Cincinnati press has beeiri-sifrayeilsrsinst them,-and it has pulled and? flattered, rie prosecuting witness, Sidney C. Eurtorviinlil the fujsi-me praise 1ms become quite disgusting to the public ear noting all bis movement -S 'they Would that of Omar Pacha, the commander-in-chief of the Turk ish armv. Mr. Burtou is undoubtedly pecu- nisrily interested in Ihe conviction of tkeso men, but the means he has tken lo accom plish lus object, niuit mevitiDiy recoil on mm whh double force, when the public mind takes that sober second thought which it seldom fsils of doing. Oil's Stuietman, , be Excepting the Enquirer, Mf. Slatetman. This paper took no part against these men; and ss to puffing and fiattermg Mr. HeaTON, it has never said a word in fcis behalf, for tho goodreasou that we), never rtspec.ed the mo. titei and intereeti that prompted his course. We frankly confess that between the prosecu ted and the prosecutor, we have always felt that we would not ge a straw of difference. Master and Servant. en to dis T. in el-oqnenoei-wisr been of rep-1 me. 1 gave in vestig'alion suoh no says cer tain done i The slave of-MrvSuttle said in court at Boston, that be wanted to return home with his mater that be was nsppier a; Dome; out Boston Abcftition fists undertook to 'get up new-kind of happiness for him ijesrown pe culisr species. . The. Bee thus describes a court scene;- ,.. .,..;-.-.,'.,- Suttle (to Burns.)' Have you not always received-kind 'treatment from me f ? Burns Yes. - . . ; : Suttle Have I not always permitted you" to go where, and. work for whom you p leased T Burns Yes. - " .-. - Suttle When you was sick, did I not give up my own bed that you might be made as comfortable as possible f i. . v . Burns (affected to tears.) Ton did, master, vnn fVul. kind master. Suttle Do you wani to go back to Vir gin ia, -''''' "" ' "'' ' ' " - , Burns Ido. . ' Suttle "Will you gobnek f , Bttns-I wilL I want to go to-day. I'm a ennd dent hanniar at home. - . ' . , 1 A. 1 1 - 4. hint ';, The Abollliontsts anrw iriior mou hid man himself what would make him happy. So, to gel clear, that e mieht join the other negro starvelings of the North, in New Eng. land, Csnada, fto-, they went to 'hooting tth tt meu all lo make the poof nigger itarr v! 4 ' ' '-