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CHRONICLE k ADVOCATB.
IIORTON J. IIOWAItl), Editor.
nit PKOPLR, AND Til Kl R IMITIi
liMi.y Morning, Jbii. ? 108.
OAfter this week our columns will bf
much relieved from advertisemcnto, wliicli
will give us more room for reading mutter.
We shall endeavor to give our readers 188.
current History of the times in which we
live. Many persons will pour over ancient
history, and become acquainted with the do
ings of past generations, while they are very
ignorant of those of our own times. This ix
all wrong. We should know what the pres
ent generation iB about, and devote only our
spare time to learn what others have done.
But little has been done the past week.
The holidays afford too good an excuse for
playing not to be embraced. Well, who cares!
It don't cost the people quite $500 per day
and, light as our taxes are now, of course we
can bear it. Perhaps they will go to work
towards spring, and pass several laws. We
should not be surprised if they did. Verily,
"the new constitution is in the hands of its
friends." Could its enemies, if it has any,
UBe it worse! We think that those who op-
fttised ixs adoption are about the only ones
who arc disposed to live u,j to its require
ments. The members seem to be in trouble about
thejmanner of paying the interest on the State
debt. The last interest was evidently paid
without law, and in violation of the constitu
tion. No law was passed at the last session
for the payment of the interest, and the Stute
officers had a quarrel about it, & paid it with
out law. Now a portion of the members, rath
er than acknowledge their neglect, seem dis
posed to use that as a precedent, and continue
to violate the constitution. The constitution
requires that no money shall be paid out with
out regular impropriation by the Legislature.
Many of the locofocos seem disposed to live
up to the requirements of the constitution
hereafter, although ii should show that they
neglected their duty at the first session.
Whether their number is large enough with
the assistance of the little handful of whigs
that are in 'litwaftMjp, v. v preserve the
constitution inviajjS"' jpwSjp can deter,
The quarel between the State officers has
resulted in having two books printed at the
expense of the people in which both sides
show thut the other side are ignorant, and do
not know how to transact the business ofthe
State. We have no doubt the people will be
thoroughly satisfied, as to that fact. The
sooner they are all turned out, and competent
men put in their places, the better it will be
ior the people, and the credit ofthe Stute.
Abraham McIlvaine Barton, aged 20
years, son of Judge Jesse Barton, died on
Sunday morning at the house of J. & J. Steel,
from an injury received about 11 o'clock the
preceding evening, by his horse striking with
him in the dark, against a tree. His scull
was fractured 11 J inches, and the brain very
much injured. He remained wholly insensi
ble to the close. Thus suddenly terminated
the life of a young man without a moment's
warning leaving a large connection of rela
tives and friends to mourn his loss, Surely
"in the midst of life we are in death."
On the 1st in'3t., the locos selected their
delegates to the 8th of January convention.
We were not present, but learn that they
had quite a stormy time. Angry words
clenched fists, invitations to fight in the
Street, &c, &c, we learn was the order of
the day. The little clique, which has so long
ruled the party, was overthrown, and out
siders selected as delegates. We learn,
however, that the clique will be represented
there, nolens volens. They were denounced
by tho outsiders as being "the dirty little
clique," and declared to be a branch of the
celebrated "Miami tribe," which has kicked
up such a bubbery in that county
"You rogues! You rogues, You'r all (bund out,
And we, the people, I've no doulit
Will put an end to nil your dasliin"
And honost men become in fashion."
Pursuant to previous notice, a meeting of
the Belmont County Teachers' lnstitute'cun
vened at Barnesville, on Friday, December
On motion, William Negus was appointed
Secretary pro tern.
On motion, H. D. McCarty, C. Millison,
ond S. W. Guston were constituted a com
mittee on finance.
S. W. Gaston, Wm. T. Smith, and W. L.
Ramsey, were, in like manner, constituted u
A lecture on the best method of teaching
Arithmetic, was delivered by H. D. McCarty.
On motion, each member of the Institute
was requested to make remarks or criticisms,
at the close of each lecture.
A lecture, on the best method of opening
and conducting a school, was delivered by
John I. Thompson.
Remurks, on tho best method of opening
and conducting a school, were made by H.
D. McCarty, S. W. Gaston, and Win. Smith
Remarks on the general Bubject of Educa
tion, and particularly on the importance of
visiting schools, were made by S. W. Gas
ton and H. D. McCurty.
MORNING SESSION, DEC. 25.
A lecture, on the best method of teaching
English Grammar, by S. W. Gaston.
The second 'ecture, by H. D. McCurty, on
upeneu ny reauing a portion ot scripture,
and prayer, by Mr. McCarty.
A lecture, by Win. Negus, on the best
method of leaching Geography. Second lec
ture, by John I. Thompson, on this best meth
od of teaching Arithmetic. ThM rfStWSj, Bl
S. W. Gaston, on the best method of teach
ing primary branches. Fourth lecture, l,y If.
1). McCarty, on elementary sounds and or
i Olographic parsing.
Opened with prayer, by Rev. Mr. David
son. An able address, on tho advantages of
the Union School System, wus delivered by
S. W. Gnston.
The business committee offered the fol
lowing resolutions, which, after some dis
cussion, were adopted:
Resolved, That a committee of five be ap
pointed, to prepare a report on the state of
Education in Belmont County.
Resolved, That when the Institute adjourn,
it adjourn to meet in Flushing,
Resolved, That wo return to the Society
worshipping in this Church, our thanks for
kindly furnishing us a plare of meeting.
Rssotvid, That the next session ofthe In
stitute ho held on tho 1st Wednesday and
Thursday of May, 1853.
Resolved, That every member of the In
stitute, and Teacher of tho County, be ear
nestly requested to couie to the next session,
prepared to lecture on some subject connec
ted withtcominon school teaching.
Resolved, That the next evening lecture,
on the general subject of Education, be de
livered by H. D. McCarty.
Resolved, That the proceedings of the In
stitute be offered for publication, in the pa
pers of the County.
The Chair appointed Wm. Negus, S. W.
Gaston, John J. Thompson, H. I). McCarty
and John White to prepare a report on the
state of Education in Belmont County.
WM. NEGUS, Sec. pro. tem.
LATEST FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE GLASGOW.
NEW YORK, Jan. 3.
The Glasgow arrived to-day. She brimrs
telegraphic accounts from Liverpool, to the
evening of Wednesday, Dec. 23d.
Cotton Sales G000 bales, of which 1500
were on speculation. The market closed
Consols 100 J
The Indian Mail had reached Loudon.
The Queen of Siam is dead.
Zimina, in the State of Siam has thrown
off her allegiance to Ava, and an army ol
50,000 men, and 250 elephants are on the
A destructive fire occurred at. Canton on
the 27th October. 150,000 chiefly of silk
goods were destroyed.
After an engagement between the in
surgents and the government troops, the
former put to death 30 officers and 1000 people.
ARRIVAL OF THE PROMETHEUS.
ONE DAY LATER FROM CALIFORNIA
NEW YORK, Dec. 30.
The Prometheus arrived, having left Sun
Juan on the 20th with the passengers of the
Independence from Sun Francisco on the 2d,
being one day later.
The Independence arrived at San Jnan on
The new steamer Omotepe had steamed
over Costello rapids in good order.
The Isthmus is very healthy. There is no
The steamer Pampero left San Juan on the
20tli, for New Orleans.
The Brother Jonathan had not arrived at
San Francisco, and no steamer has ever been
looked for so anxiously.
The electoral College met. at Vallego on
the 1st, and castthe vote of the State for
Pierce ond King.
The blocks of marble intended for the
Washington monument, were destroyed by
the fire nt Sacramento.
Cuptain Wright and his party had a battle
with the Indians, and thirty ofthe letter were
There are indications of an overflow of the
The clipper ship Onward, from Boston,
arrived on the 1st.
Thos. J. Henley, elector, was cIiobcu
messenger to convey the presidential vote of
the State to Washington.
The Prometheus brings about 300 passen
gers. G. A. Smith, Dem., has been elected Judge
of the 9th district of Sacramento.
Wm. Bornsfield, treasurer of Shasta coun
ty has ubsconded with State funds, uinouiiting
to $2,000 or $3,000.
Snow was lying 5 or 6 inches deep upon
The mines in Trinity county were doing
ARRIVAL OF THE FRANKLIN.
HALIFAX, December 30.
The Franklin brings Havre and 'Southamp
ton dates to the 13th, and Paris (by telegraph)
to the 12th. She also brings out twenty-four
The Washington sailed from Southampton
on the 13th. The Asiu arrived at Liverpool
on Sunday ut 10 A. M.
The opinion gains ground that the English
ministry will be compelled to resign.
Business in the manufacturing districts
The Continental news is unimportant.
The mail-steamer Brazil arrived ut Sufjth
umptnn as the Franklin came out.
Mr. Livingston, American consul, died at
Halifax on Sunday.
LATER FROM MEXICO.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 1.
Later dates from the Rio Q ramie bring ac
counts of a revolution raging ut Tumpico and
Tumuulipus. Army of the revolutionists suc
cessful. Governor, Corgenas made prisoner,
with 9 members ot the Legislature, and his
adherents curried prisoners to Tainpico,
whilst State declared acquiescence in the new
The Mexican War steamer City of Mexico,
which secretly left Brazos for Vera Cruz, and
u national war schooner, both joined in search
of Tainpico, which is considered adeuth blow
to maratiino forces on the Gulf.
The city of Matamoras still holds out.
Commander fortifying and barricading, und
preparing for a determined resistance of the
Smoke turned into Fuel. A late numb
er of the Scientific American states that the
smoke in the factories in large cities in En
gland & Scotland is now consumed, it having
been made a penal offence, by act of parlia
ment for any factory to allow their smoke to
escape. The smoke is all burned by simple
contrivances of furnaces. A committee of
government first established that the burning
of smoke was perfectly pructicHi.!.-, and Par
liament then enforced the act by law. Tim
factory and mill owners soon found out how
to fulfil the conditions of thin law, ami lh(
result is, that they save a great deal of fuel
by the operation.
WASHINGTON, Jan 29.
BIMTIi Mr. Davis reported a joint resolu
tion lllowlllg further time for the owners ol
r-tenin vessels to bring them within the
requirements of the act of the Inst esiion
known as the Steamboat Bill, which was
considered and passed.
The Senate, after passing a number of
private bills adjourned.
Holm, Some time was spent in dehnting
the resolution against members publishing
speeches in the Globe thatare not delivered
in the House. The resolution wss passed, and
the House adjourned for w ant o! a quorum.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.
Bit ATI, The resolution of Mr. Cass
relative to the establishment of an English
colony in Central America, submitted a few
days since, calling upon the President for
information, was taken up and adopted.
An invitation to attend the inauguration of
Jackson monument, on the 8th of January,
Several private bills were acted upon, and,
after executive session, the Semite adjourned.
House. The House met but there was no
quorum. There was a call of the House
before the Journal could be read. An effort
was made to get at the Senate's amendment
to the Steamboat Bill, but there wus no
disposition to transact any business and the
House adjourned until Monday.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 31.
The Senate to-day confirmed the oppoint
mont of William Henry I'rescott, Secretary
of Legation to the Court of St. James', vice
Mr. Davis, resigned. Several unimportant
nomination Were alao confirmed. The ap
pointment of Mr. Dubley, of Georgia, Com-!
miaaioner of Customs, was officially an
nounced this murning, but it is understood
he will not accept. Meanwhile Maj. Barker
hai entered upon the duties of the office.
George E. I)eex, special agent for the Post j
Office Department for New York has been j
removed; also two or three clerks in the ,
Census Ilureau have been recently removed, I
and there are many more from that Bureau
The U. S. Steamer Water Witch made a
pleusunt and successful triul trip from the!
Navy Yard, to dny. The President und
several of the Cabinet, it is understood, were
The change In Mr. King's health, referreJ
to in yesterday's Republic, was not serious, i
He hopes to be able to proceed to Norfolk .n
time for the next steamer.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3.
The House Committe hold the appropri
ation bill for the Military Academy The
bill was taken up und Mr. Venuble address
ed tho House on our foreign relations, against
foreign invention, fillibuaterlng' &c. A long
debate followed touching tho acquisition of
Messrs. Brown, Stevens, Wile x und oth
ers followed on various subjects.
Mr. Polk obtained the floor and the house
bills for paying invalid und Navy pensions
was taken up and discussed.
The bill prohibiting notes under five doll
ars in the District of Columbia was made the
order of the day for Tuesduy week. Ad
Senate Gen Cass presented a petition ot
the Uuptist Union Association praying the
interposition Government in bcbulf of the
enjoyment by the Americans in Europe of
Mr. Cass urged the reference ofthe petition
to tho Committee on foregin relations
strongly advocated jtho measures, alter long
debate it was referred.
Mr. Munson's resolution in regurd to the
proposition of England and France touching
Cubu.and calling on the President for infor
mation, passed. Adjourned.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4.
Sir. Underwood submitted a resolution
calling for a copy of the roport of the Hoard of
officers who surveyed the several jiluns for an
enlarged canal around the Fulls of the Ohio.
Mr. Cuss introduced u joint resolution de
claring no purlofthe American continent to
be hencefoith considered open to colonization
by any European power; and that henceforth
no such colony shall be planted on this con
tinent by any European power; and if such
should be done the United States will feel
themselves free to adopt such measures us
my be necessary for maintaining its honor.
Also the United States disclaims any design
on Cuba, inconsistent with the rights of Spain,
but they will regard any attempt by any power
to obtain Cuba by force or treuty, us un un
friendly act, to he resisted by tho United
States with all its forces. Ordered to be
The bill granting pensions to w idow's of
Revolutionary soldiers, passed,
The President submitted correspondence,
in answer to Mr. Cass's resolution, touching
Central America and the British Government.
The Senate adjourned.
House. A resolution passed, closing the
debate on the Military bill in two hours; the
House then went into committee of the whole,
nominally on that bill.
03"The Austrian government have re
solved that, as the leuves of certain trees are
smoked in Hungary, instead of tobacco, all
vegetable productions used as substitutes
shall bear the same tux us tobacco.
Destitution, Prostitution und low Vagabond
hubits are allowed to be more prevalent in N.
Y. City than nny other City in Americu;
neither will uny body wonder ut it who rend
(7"There are eight thousand hotels,
drinking saloons, und drum Bhops in New
York, and the amount expended in them is
amazing, almost exceeding belief. If the
daily sales average ten dollars each, which is
a very low estimate, the amount will be
$80,000 a duy, $2,400,000 u month and
28,800,000 a year.
OCrThc damage to tho Central Ohio Rail
Roud, four miles east of this place was
repaired immediately, under direction of R.
McLlou, Esq;, and the curs have been mu
lling regularly since Saturday last, between
Zauesville, Newark and Columbus.
Girls, do you want to be married and
get good husbands! If to, cease to act like
fools. Don't take pride in saving you ncvei
did home-work; never cooked a pnir i,
chickens never made a bed; und so on
D.n't turn up your MMB at hom-l industry
never tell your lrinl that you are M
obliged to work. When yon go shopping
never take your mother la carry the bundle
OrRogue are the mont polite of ii.-n, fa
their art consists in address; if they fail ii
attention, they will not realize their inten
llont they are the wor-bippers in the temple
of Mammon, and find it profitable to ph ase
because they are bent on the ph-n-ure o
profit; they butler their dupes on both sides
that they may eat thin afterwards, A trur
gentftfOCj l8 polite without constraint,
rogue-constrains himself to politeness; th
former finds his reward in ihowing kindness
the latter shows kindness in the hope of re
ward. Cairo Citv. Seven hundred hands an
now at work raising and widening the levee?
around Cairo, for the better protection of the
city flat from inundation. When completed
these levees will be twelve feet above the
1 point reaehed by the flood of '44, ond eighty
feet wide on the top. The Central Railroad
will pass entirely nround the city, probably
. on the top of the levees, and as the mallei
of making all repairs required upon them
devolves upon the railroad company, we will
rest with ease inside, bidding the floods
DUtaiSe defiuncc. Cairo Cor. Evansvillt
j Scolding. I never knew one who wai
in the tiubit of scoldiUy, able to govern a
family. What makes people scold! The
want of self-government. How then can
they govern others! Those who govern well
are generally culm. They are prompt and
j resolute, b.it steady and mild.'
j In our columns may be found tin? advertise
1 ment of thut excellent medicine known as
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Its success in curing
the various diseases of the Lungs is attract
ing universal attention, not Only ofthe learned
and philanthropic, but of the whole publi .:.
The article undoubtedly is what it pretends
to be, a remedy for Lung Complaints, and the
remarkable curC3 which are becoming known
every where cunnot long be overlooked by
The Milwaukie News is responsible for
the following, It has an uir ol truth about
"A friend of ours, who possesses a quiet
vein of humor, was recently on a visit to
Maryland, and relates on amusing uccount of
u 'colored chorus' witnessed by the 'relator' at
one of the African churches. The masculine
darkies were arranged Mke four and twenty
Muck birds all in u row' on one side, and the
females on the other. The latter commenced
the chorus with "O! for a man oh, for a
mansion in the skies;" to which the former
responded: "Send down sul send down sal
end down sulvation to my eoul."
Warning to, Market I'eople. Mr. Geo.
Coryell ol Pottagrove'township, took u load
of marketing to Philadelphia lust week, com
posed of butter, Poultry, &c. He backed
his wagon up along the street, and taking
his horse to a stable, some theives relieved
the wagon of a quantity of unsold contents.
As provoking a robbery as this may be better
imagined than described. Polk to ten Ltdytr
THIRTY Nechoes, recently emancipated
hy Hon. W. E. Kennedy, of Murcy county,
Tenn., started from Nashville on Monday last
for Liberia, via New Orleans. The Nash
ville Guzette suys it is the intention of Judge
Kennedy to manumit more than forty slaves
next ycur, who will follow those now on route
for the coast of Africa.
A party of boys skuting nn a pond in
Ponghkeepaie, lust week, got into u quarrel
and huddling together into one spot, the ice
gave way, precipitating them ull into the
water. Fifteen or twenty were rescued with
much difficulty, and two others drowned.
Political Life. Demosthenes, as'Plutarch
relates one said, that if, at tho commence
ment of his public carrer, he hud known w hat
he ufterwurds learned, of the miseries of
public life, and hud been shown two roads,
one of them leading to an early grave, und
the other to political power, be would have
chosen the former!
The Bunk ut Ravenna has taken out an
injunction against the collection of its taxes
under the present Tux Law. The bill sets
forth that under the both section of the
charter, its tuxes amount to 550, and that if
luxed us other bunks have determined to test
the constitutionality of the present Tax Law.
There is no doubt the .ourts will pronouce a
gainst the law.
Millions of acres will bo sown with wheat
in California this year; and from present in
dicutions, we uro to have u sc arcity of seed,
as tho high rates of (lour und our necssities,
have compelled us to consume most of the
crop raised the pust season.
There will be a noble chance for some en
terprising millers from the East, to come out
here and erect mills the Oomming spring.
They will not require barrels to puck in; our
oilieeni prefer it in sucks. California Cor
rc.ipch.knce of Vie Journal of Commerce.
The Michigan Southern Railroad und the
Michigan Central Kuilrond huve both given
notice that they will make application to the
Legislutuie of Michigan, ut its coming
session, for permission to construct a railroad
from Toledo to Detroit.
On Christmas duy the Erie Railroad brought
down 3:237 hogs for the New York market.
The daily receipts we are told, huve averaged
only ubout 1800. They uro principally
Correspondence of the Pittsburgh Gazette.
NEW YORK, Dec. 29.
The arrival of the California steamer an
nouncing the coining of the largest remitt
ance ever made from the gold region, has
given new courage toull financial movements,
und the new year is looked lor with an
Onthusieain, on the port of business men,
never surpassed. Custom, for many years
bus decreed thut the close of the year in N.
York should bo setting day, and there is con
sequently ut this moment an unusiiul demand
for money; yet with ule the demand rates ure
not firm at six per cent, und thut will be a
high range next week. A new Fire In
surance Company stock, with a capital ol
half u million, was taken up yesterday in an
hour, and half as much more subscribed.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 31.
The amount of gold deposited in the mini
during the month of December, is three
millions, three hundred and thiny tliuusam
dollars. Tho amount ot gold coined durinj
tho Baine month is $5,770,707. The umoun
of gold deposited for the year 1852, is $51,
049,295. The number of three cent piece
coined during December, is $3,053,900. Tb
number coined in 1853, is 18,003,500.
Hy Rev N. c. Wonhington, !'. n, '.V2,
; j Mr. David W-r and Mom Sarah Calhoun,
' I of , -I,. j, Tp.
1 1 ,
At his reider.nc, near ihi. plaid, on the
j 22nd ult., Mr. (AMI Hcr.sr., in the fi:th
i year of his age.
Mr. II. had been a renidi-nt of hle county
I for many years. For over forty yeari he had
' been a consistent and exemplary member of
' the Methodist Epicopd I Oio.rc:h. He loved
Mend highly oppreciatcd the means of grace.
' His place in tho house of God was seldom
I I vacant when health permitted his attendance.
' . For some weeks previous to his death he
I seemed conscious ol his approaching dissolu
tion. He conversed freely with his friends
Ion the subject ol death, and MMNtd '.hem that
1 1 hie peace was made with (leal, The 6tn
1 1 chapter of 2nd Corinthians and the 12th
chapter of 11, brews he often requested his
friends to rend for him alter he became too
feeble to read himself. As a hnsbun.l and
i parent he wus affectionate and kind as a
'citizen and neighbor he was estMBed by all
At the house of Mr. Jacob O'.dfater, on the
ttnd ult., Mr. Johnson, ol KichUod towft
j On the 28nd u!t., of consumption, Mr. Pa r-
TIMOI) aged about 30 years. Mr. P. has
left a wife and two small children to mourn
I their loss.
Fatal 4.CCIDIST. The eldest son of Mr.
James King, a lad of about 14 years of age,
j was instantly kiiled on the 22nd ult., by the
j falling of a limb from a tree.
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET.
January 4. —morning.
j 2500 Southern and 300 Western Ileeve
in market. The market continues dull, and
has u declining tendency, prices range from
0 to 9 cents; 300 remain unsold) Sheep and
Lambs 4,500 unsold 2,50 prices; sheep $3,60
(3 2,00, lambs $1,50 3,50; Cows and
j calves $23 rS 45.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Bee! cattle for the week 1400 head; Ik-eves
. selling from 6 to Sj per pound; hogs, about
eight hundred in market, and soid ut $7,50
(u. 8,50; Cows, 200 sold at prices ranging
from $15 to 40 for fresh and $3 to 10 for
; dry ; Sheep und L:imbs, former $2,50 to 4,
latter $1,50 (qj 3 per head.
NEW YORK MARKET.
Flour 3500 bbls Stute fljur sold at 85.55
( 53; Ohio $5,02 (S 75; Rye flour $4,60 in
I active; wheat held above the views of the
: buyers; l?ye quiet; Hurley dull: Oats are in
I good demand; 1700 bush, of white corn sold
;at 87 89c yellow 89c firm: 100 bbls of pri
son whiskey ut 25 qiret; Pork remains un
i changed; mess beef $13,25 very firm und in
good demand: lurd remains steady; butter
i and cheer.e dull and heaw.
WHEELING, Dec. 28.
Mackerel No. 1. is 12
Dried Apples -Si 00
" Peaches $2.75
Butter, keg 15
N. O. Molaseea 32c
S. H. " 45c
N. O. Sugar Cjwh?,
Clover seed 45.00 '
Flux seed 90
j IDTTIw attention of our roatleri i called lu tin adrer
j Utement of U I. T. Cowan, Baq., ageat for ih" Protection
, laauraace Company Tbetroe theory am! practice ofiii !
tfiintucc is, in fm wonts, very torractljf tiud; fed we j
rrccomtiiPml oi:r reedoreto avail tbanteelfee ofthe ad van
leges, 6::tP'-L bf tins old and wi ll-tried IttetttatlOfte
ThniMdndf" or parent who usic VernifoM compoeod of
r-i.-ior Oil, Calomel, act-., are not aware, tint while they
I aptwar to Mitaftt the patient .they arc a'tuaiiy laying the '
I foundation for a eeriea of dnwaaaa, eueb a. aaftrojuont
oai ol light, weakness .if Innlis, ttc.
j In another column will be found the adortieeMient of
j Hobenettk! Medici uee, lo nrhleh we a:-k the attention
ol ill directly Interested m their own a- well u tin-ir
Chlhtreni beattbi in Livef Ouutplalati ami aU4leordere
arlelna front thoee oft biltano type, abonld make nee o
the only genuine medicine. If oheuacJtc Liver Pjlle.
lLr" ""l deceived." hut ask for HobenMOk! Worm I
Syrup and Liver Pi lie, ami obeerve that each has the iig
nature of the Proprietor, J. N. HUUGNd.CK w none '
else arc genuine.
rjiJIK partnership heretofore existing between Belli
l iSi ilnm:( It thin dav dissolved by mutual content, j
and ail debte due enld firm will be settled by Koneu-r A
lUuukN. BELL 61 HARDEN.
ROBERT A. HARDEN, thank-
fill for the patronage heretofore hesiovd upon the lat"
linn 01 lit 1.1. it HanDia, will carry on business as for
merly in connection with A. Bkanm m and J. Hvil,
at the old stand in BatDUSroUTa where all articles will
he kept on hand Which the Farmers and country store
keepers are in the hahii of purcbaalns;.
ROBERT A. HARDEN.
HARDEN, BNANNUM & CO.,
Wholesale & Retail Grocers,
And Produce Dealers,
Bridgeport, Ohio, j
N. fl. Palt, Iron, Vails and Window (Jlass, Iwayel
on hand at lowest cash price.
Jan. 7, 1889.
N OTICR in hereby given that at the Prohate Court
for Brdinoiit county the Undersigned was appoin
ted and qualified as eiecutors of the aetata ol Samuel
Wilson, late of Belmont rouuty, deceased.
All those iBdObted to said estate arc requested to make
Immediate payment: and those having claims a-jahift
naid estate, are untitled to present them fur settlement
w iihiu one year from this date.
Jan. 7, MM-. hoBKTT McWlLUAMi.
M AA Ital Potash, gnd NO lbs Sal Sodajust received
clUU and for sale hy ii. f, P& A 01 Kit.
HI. L'laitbv'ilte, nov. ID,
"WATCH, JEWELRY, AND
t-a- TI'ST received a neat apnrt-
jkfVjJ O ment ol (.OLD AND SI I A EH
hL', W vi'i'HEs, consisting oi Lover,
AsSJeai I.epine, ami quart ier v ate he.
WJLZ AU, a neat stock of JKWCLR1 ,
jl ' l coimnntiim ol h amnp, Bream
f , "j u I' inn i i di wi'li
vCsl I " jWp WOet articles use. ally kepi in nucU
f smasMnfl ibHlbniinte. These wishinp
to make praaenti wilt find many articles m the col'ection
1 tuitahle. to their purpose.
Oil hand ggOOO nupply of school and lltfffa bookit.
Watches and clocks isrtfully repa.-vj" UMiu'e shortest
g (I'd silver and ia taken in eirhango for gondi,
Room one dour went ol Mr, 'i'ruit'si stare.
VW.4,IM, 4. II. WILLI.
STfW.KWOMnaa. m iictwit csaattaa mnr
i'ywM- iMrfiti ew, a riitRri4(t,i. la lh Mantra!
iil. Rail K....I. in Mr. J. Ii. rlfM, f. Trwyrcr,
will iMUt, thr rnV, a. leeieee. frnin Ju, II. Wright,
in .mi sitsi la iir.i i j ,.., Ins.
i. h. Trt,
ajaaMNa, I,'. If, i-w.
damnum t drachv m u pa ikr.
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X Alum k. Hta'n in mo$fm eessssietad with tills
fin mi, "fiinliutiti( an additional tap ul i.rie.
smi triHtthP li'frai kmmM ol iKaVjia Mu m feiiy
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freom nt appropriate liiHsii atiane ih lej gtvea.
The Kdiiariai Im art ment wiii hi piaed eaaar laa
fhartje of atfaral i tue meet eMe writers la the IJartad
Btatee who wiM aa assisted t contrlNHieni from tea
wast eminent Autn rts ami Paete j ..ur ewu ami ataei
toentrles. Tasse and aHuetc oi approved merit wi.l
from liote totiass aild int. r 1 14 the ohimn-, anj ttferd
;litf rtaiMoe-ni t (.!' rla ' d li.f oij.uiui.rty.
''J he PaWIbers a ii. l so from time la time erneeaji
sratoitu;; io to ir i -.u m t.-r-. Ltree and uand
i some Kngravm;), ijiia'.c (or Iraoi , ieud in th ht
I aeet strle. esnt arawa bp iho best artists ol the CmN
: state, wwah will orui a eoWsjetloB ' Plctnree aioue
worth mnea asare then tea aaet Umir saascrlptioa.
Tbeee eagraviagi iriU aasarace megaiftceat views of
PaMle BaiMlage(iaaafaaatPaaiic Cereasmiles, Hieiari
eai Rvewie, Ar in end Peeeifa Baatta atemf fcg .aVr.
l't The peat Mil Ii toe mast eespicioas of eav, duraag
the peat eentarpi lor the eosaew nfnoent oi each a News
paper. The Qreat Wori i Fair which opens in New
1-ork in .day aest witlnaasmmtae aurat impertaat awd
Interesting event which has occurred ii tin city eiaee
it foundation. Mere wtllj e r ong regaled t:. awet rfbet
speeinrensel niethanical skill and maalCat tare from all
parte af the civtliaed 4Ueta, All parte aftne wwid viii '
eontributo the lii and m'ist curiaaa production- f Art
and Si n. . Bfarpatiisamaftae New IVartd will ,-.t
deeplnterese Intaeasaet u inuu details of this Nation- I
at Congress and Urn treat win i leohed taxg tat with j
profonad pleesnre.dariag Kian) ensnlag veers in order !
a preai at thle ir-at aUhibiuoa to the Pehiic, lath !-; '
iinpreoMve manner, ecu , r -r v : '.n.. tr-1:; ;i
ltuerrnting form, l.V- liiutr".:d S--. mil enyrave and
pabliehe in sapliments and otm rwi e, In the blgbeet it) I
of an, jllastratione of al artlclee at interest (a
the vest Rf hi bit km, accompanied ty the nsoet iaterest t
lag aeecrintloas taereof, 'raa Irst votome m thle ieojr
nail, h ide all Heetliei Interesting Utastrattone, will be 1
a Pletorial ItacpeJaoedii ol the Biuibitiun oi lattaetrp ol
all Nations. Hstrtaaieetly worth amre than lea liases tu
toi't, not only for present inten it, Imt or preeeut iaten t.
preeervetitia and mtare r fen nee. u lag loceted la the
Citr ot New York, in nmmunication u rth the Arti us of
lit- Uaited Mates and having every facility of ik ssing
llwamelves af every detail nonnested nriUitha World's
Fair. the Publishers el Mnaawntol lasaring to their
aearoae a nuMleatioa ol greater interest than i.iA hereto
lore ever ten n presented to the public.
I u lh" lir-t v iluiut ma;. sKo I- ,.f..ted ittin.erou li.n
Iratinne relative te toe latum Bapeelition, comprising
sketches ofthe ahipe and aUeasoers cosnpoaing the fine.
iufonitatio:i ul it riie sad progrese, views oi harbors,
villa, it;e,de!IinjrT. and i.;c ,e-p,.- m Hapan. H
liable arranrft'iuent- are making for those ichaa, tA
for all luformati-:!, which will be received here at the
It i rtell known that the r.m; ir of Ja, an ha. for n.ary
centuries, excluded aationvrom coiuerclal laiercourse !
and has treated wan con-, ierel le creett the enfortun
ate aiarlaers who have been cast apan Its snores, lu
manner md custoins iiiif. r gn ati from all other neiiaas.
it contain' niany millions Ol I ihaMtaata. who have made
consioVreide progress m the trtsand eivlliaatioa All
knowledge ai:d inlbrmatioa llmraol wheeh Ii trMalaed a
boot Idpaa, will be ol timeltstet Interest to a'l aathma,
and will he eagerly uulit for by every person in com
munity. The reeulti of the expedition wiH procuahtly
make Japan estopping and reftttlng depot for oar China
hound steamers, and for our wbaliag Beets, it will
doubtless open a wide held fr Llesionary enterprise, and
for baaiaeso operat ens el ever) dencriptkm. The illus
trated Newe, in fully partraj Ing this eetebreted Empire,
and spreading abroad correct litustrmione and descrlp'
lions in Mara to it, will Iheref ir be parti, afarly alua
bus as an Aatbedtic Descrh t'. History of Jai-ar.
On account of tlic World's Fair, and iaju-.ii l . vj.edititu,
and also iu tmnslderatlon ol delay and uncertainty la
pfoeariag hack aambere, ttie niWiehers cannot to i
atronaty miprea u;ou ihi'pu; tic the importance ol com-!
menelng their suiecrlptions wrtfa the first nnntner ot the I
firA volume, and using the uimo-i care m preserving the
paperi for 1 1 ml in;.
At the co;ithi,r'i of .,-.. j, velnme a bkndeonsi titl
pasc and in k u ill be gratuitously furaished thepnh
lieaaea. Vha pahHahere wdl procure, at hva retro, -he .
anifarm bind ins of the mtnmne, erhee desired.
The papal will he rurnlshed at the low price of m
centi per copy, ami served to siiiwcribert in ail the pri"
clpal cities or the Union, it will be for sale a: a'l -.h-nrfneipal
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subscriptions. All httteri should I c addressed, potpaid,
PuUlehere Illustrates News,1 Kew-Vork.
11. D. o. A. B. URACU, J ,ttlt9nst, X. V. j
SALE OF SCHOOL LAND
iu Culeraiu Township, IJ.'imuiit Couuiy.
NOTICE i. hrir'iy lren, ;!.:.: ;!,o bHows( SaKrilw'
trdCl..ofltt;ttI Iv1'vivil i.ir waif. a; ;m!.,c ti' tluti.it
lb door Um Court unw,-. In Bl. t.iir-'-.i r.on Prldaf,
h.8lM,l T January, 8J3, oq ii. ollowlni tnu-
dUian., vi.: Tb. bibwt birldor,U) b. lb. purcbMr: No
bid will I Uku an snjv WsctatMid lnd,lbr ataM
Waal liia'i tin- ajiruiM il v n!m- lbrof, oui? Iwelflb t-art
oi tb puiclMM utoMfi Io 1 a pld at tb time of l, an I
Io ramsindor iobpid In iwv. snnnal Iatllaint4
iI itts smouitl, wan a.iuual iiiuti -; t..i:. on. Tb. --anl
laud brtna t! a-i biror8ac. !j. Town hip 7 ami Uoiur.
:i ainl nibdjviad Into foar lots a. (oUowa: Lot No. I,
boundad st lollow., rut; Btgiaaini t tiir n. eorttei "f
khaMsctio,thiie. V, iWJriaa poiu, iihcN. M
poll Ihei ii X. Ti ; L. 110 noto. to s8jreuwri tl..ic
X. Til. - K. :i-. in!,-: lliiiiife . 4', V. note: lb11C
X. E. 1370 IDttpol,'. to ll n.n l.dui- lnry ul .-uiil
aoetlon, a'hl lUenc uuili Ul Uiau polM Io il . ula-e ul
DaiiiMiiui, coiiiminla, Bl aired .v j poreb, atipriH4
V.ic "iiiii ul 3-".-IIS.(H,.
i.ui No. 8 Bounded as bllowatVls: Baflanrn jr tb.
saiui' at llii X. W. mnu r of lot u. I.tbcoc. N.TOj E.
lie not.., tlii-.ii-i- x. 7i:i B, :ij polai Um net N. J". : E
Mnol.,tbac N S8 K. la 70-1U0' i ob - Ibane X Su
40-100 pjol! tbaucs t 188 TS-IOO polu, aad laanca
aoatb lioeo-luil iulv, tu the ,ia.-i- of bazinaina, ruiiieiu
in, -l acre;, ainl 8U i-.-ri. ;i; . tppraiaed at j i;;.-
w No. X BoanaVd a. folio tea, v..: Bsrinnliia at tlw
X. tU turner ui lot No.9, tnanca w .-t I;;-. T5loU polri
lliein c north K0 3H H II ,nii: tiieure et MI3 7S-1U0 no) :
ami tbfilic aautll Hi 901011 poll -1. Um piaea nf i i'mlii
Boatainlng 81 aera. and 108 n.reba,appraiod at 8,liS no.
Lot x.i. i. I uuiuli il . Mrow., vi..- Beflunini fur the
". at the X. E. cunur of to. .aid wctiou, tbnc nraal
Hal 7S-100 polM Ibaacaaautb Ml 30-100 pole, thanea aat
188 TS-IOft pal... and tliaaco nortb oi) SO-ioo iml. lo Um
plaea tu baaianiaa, eootalninf ei a:rc. a'ia'iue uerehei
.i:,.l ... .1 at SIMHI.IHi.
IMVID JLLtS, Auditor Bl. Co. O,
l f. rb ' abr d.itrlbad, U iriUiia euiluof
the illy ut hfi'liii-j.
alnilnar. OlWre.Oaii- 1, 1838,
H, T, FRASIES,
si CCCtSOK TJ Fit ASIF.H i: COIXtm.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGIST,
North lid. Main It, t'lairtville, o.
tJOBM I s now receivlnj his .apply tf new
vjKT f L'i"il. cm. .oiling iu part "e. ,41 wi
VX-tlA "rill!Si I'ainu, Oil, Dyi - uff., Lipnoi, o,
rJf every ducrlpiiun, Uoitii.f. r. L.,,ai al,
tolariiiary Ibatrumcitts; P.nknive.1
in-; lta.or, and fhaviiu Uraaaia of all kind.; Breahe.
ni everv rarity CVMntatlc, prfuiori afall iviiid--
lllauk lluoks; Letter, Xole, and Foolscap ii,t Win'
iluiv eltut, and Hollow sia- r.ns Til-, Ciiewii." To
baaco, ate., dec.
I have f.lo on hand a larpe supply of Cannr and
Boreal Oil) Oedrrey'. Cordial ; Bateuiau'. Iir.1.. Opidel
dm; tSa.no ol all kiud; BlackiUf, larc und small
Ink, uf all coior.. .t-c.
Thankful to our cu-toiueri fur lb. liheral patrenaae
Ihcy have aiven u, berotolor, iu tvuul I aik a coutiuu
aure of the aame.
We particularly invite the attention a eonntry mer
chant, proautiu, if Uwy will mvi; ui a ran, to furniah
them with any artu le in mil Inn-, a. low a. tin , , an :.i
iKiiriiu m the same auaotiti, m the Eastern Markau
N'uv. IV, leSj.
Tlie State of Ohio, liehnunt County, SS.
kJTTtOI i harsh eiven thai the Ibi towing na d F.x-
i aontnra, AdutlniatraiOf. end Quardian. hav. tiled
I their accounts ami voucher in my oAat fur Mtllnneul
William Pay, Artm'r or John i.owery, aaa'd,
I'liaren l.ewui, iluardlan Of Henry Or Rowhr.
Jam a Keisey, Ekecnfar ur Jaine Kelaay, r., dee'd.
Jame.. Kel-ey, Adiu'r with the will anin aod or faiuuel
The two lirM almve uauieil aci-ouul. will he fur hearin-andartlli-eu'iit
uu the I Till ami the la-t on the IgtbfUyi oi
January next. UAV1U UAHEIII, I'rol-ate Ju.l e
lice. iJi, IrCjo,
Dissolution, ef rrtuewjip,
ritliE Partn.rahlp hrreturor. rxaaiai batWMB Naalaa
I IsadlCow, le thin day di.anived by untual coi.
.eiit. Baeh will coutinuu tlie practifis oi Law at their
H.C.I7,'- "m -.
LKONAHl) SCOTT & GO'S
list or nitiTiNii
Delivered ill all the prlnrlpl. cle. In th United Blew
Kiir.E of POSTAUa.
And forwarded hy nail, nrni.-r the prnvlaion of th lata
Fatal orhee bear, t
UBRCLY NOMINAL RATES.
The Isndon Quarterly Revkw, Conservative.
Tkt EJinhvryh Ueefcei, WMfi
Tk North British Rivi' W, Free Chufth.
! The Wttimlntler Rttlew, Liberal,
I Blackwood't EtUnbttfffk Miizine, Tory.
Althoiifh tirej. work sr Sfs4fiajeWtf. kff tlif "oiii.
I eel eiiaslee aaoee larllceteel, jret l ot e dimsi! pavtase of
j tlieir conteals is sieeotesl ui ..... ii eulaeai. it is
I their itttmrif character waich eiv-s tbeat tiiir curt
'. value, rvtii in that thfy Ntriml caaHieeailli far eSnvi ell
other toernaU ol their class, B'iirod, still aaslat the
ratherly career rhrietoober IV o rth, mmiitAins its enci
nt cetebrltf, atttl le, st tin turn aaoaaallf sttrertive,
rrow the serial works toelwei Ami ether liicrary no
!u !. written r ihet nienexine, aerl Orst eiMoriiit in
I its ceraraos lath io n t llntam eml In thn Uanatl
Iffletee, t i Ii mn s ,-'ii ,'i!oim" am) "My Nnw
rVoeel, fjtoth he LVulwera) Ta)e tl ma llnol," Katia
I rieweft, artal attest eerMle, oi wMah aasseaaai rival
i editioas an- isftticl l y tts li:aliii eeMiehere m this couu-
try, hee to reorieted hy tiioi- mMipi'iirrs froni the
hatfM Ol i:ii I. . iu, al;-r it na 1 1 vi iwmieil ly Mr-nn,
j iroti -v f ., so tM t raaecrl i t the Reeelat af that
1 H waali Riey always r?' aa bafla last earliest. reei-
iMf ol Iheel ( . h: : .' lai- .
rer eaf e i sr the Iwar seaieteai fn.iai
( l or any t , v.. i m Rrar Reel ws, MR
I f or anv three ol Um leoi fteaiaa, , 7,iei
rr all rNtr ol t'H Rerlews, c.isi
I Tor Btechwooifs Magaaiaa, a,oo
I for fllsrWu fnl ami iire Kfviews, 0,hO
i Kor lllarkv. . I atol tli lo ir K rietre, 10.W
I peyeseeij to te mmie in ult aaees fa seeesiee, Momrf
lerYeaf fa EAl i'itr. trhrre ieH trttl be r.ictd at far
rllecoant of 9S per coat, from the above prices will
li atiuwf") w clulm iinturinr Umr or more copies of eoy
one or atoreel theaove srorks. Thasi Four eae.ee nf
ii a k'.vo't !. ii ',t oih- H'vjt w, will ! fot to one BMiaae
: .r ? i. , r lo,u';i of lot U; it l'.tv.'ws ami lilacs, wood
lor etO; ASjeJ soea,
Th1 Mlowli toWe ibows iii f reel retfattloa which
has I -! asesfaoa laaee leno iKai.- mct ifit, anil the
verytrtili rates aow cbaraea x-t Man
Prior to ifru the ;m-.ae aa Maekwoo wa- $J.t
do 4a !o eeieejto Review, ,13
I "rim IfMStO jI o:i Mi k wood, IW)
do Re on at iCfvicw, 50
In lall'M , average raly litackvvfiorl, 5
4a to on r. Reviews, 3H
Tlie ,,;- .i n BUt-kM '"1 ij, 21
tio d eU-iw, 13
Tkt re'r- r.rc :" Milf ft ALL hl&TAXCEU
. lAe S S .
a, iii'-? rates eereiy ao ohjectloa ehaakl leniade to
receiviaa the works by raeil, tasl llMkfl enmrmz Uieir
speedy, safe, and mMilaritr-liVt-ry.
J i Ressitteacee aed coonttalcateaM sl.oold Ve al
Waj - a tdreseed fpaetpeJl to the pnr.lifhers,
LKOKABfl ItCOTT u f'O..
fR Fullii s;rfc' '., ('HiLraiici: .'A C.oM sl.t)
IV ew 'ork.
. B. S. ft Co., neve reeeatly paMlsbed and have
now .r eale, the MfARaaas Ofiea,1 l-y llenrv Htc
nlieru of Bdiahorfh, and lrof Nortoaol Vale C'oVeaic,
Slew lltiien. co.niiiH in yvi.is. royal octavo, ceatalalei
Wt pea 14 steel and trj wood . iiiravinL's. i'rice
in aiosl!a litasthia, i in payer covers ut ibe mail s .
ITl hit sjerft fs .VOT the old 'Bonk of :he fr;
o'e' I ti.ri'ttd and tkrur ujvn kt wsnrief.
Auuuul Meet lag of Ike Belmont Couuty
The B'.iril ofManner ofthfl B-jlinont ro.
B.bl- Sjcicty have rnuJe arrar.ementa for
holding thtl Annual meeting of the Society,
iu the Prosbytorian Church, in tSt. Claire
viile, January 12f 1353, at 11 o'clock A. M.
Our auxiiiuried in the county are respect
fully reue-ited to reujrt on the following
p jint:. at their earliest convakvcp.
1. Tue number of Dihles and Tosttmettt
sU antl givoa an-ay during the year.
2. The amount of fund received trom sales
..nd the amouat cuniriljuu:d by dunaiton from
iriuiid- of the cau.Te, in the same time.
3. The number and value of the book3 on
4. The name? arvd Post OtTice address oi
the cftkers of ibe Society.
Any fund- on band iT.ay be forwarded to
Dr. Henry West, or R. E. Carotherit St.
Clairavillej and the report tu the underijjned.
T!te Depositaries of the Towiuhlp Socie
ties are earnestly requested to call with the
County depositary R. E. Caroihers and
arrange thtfir account!
T!ie Society will be ad.Ire-sed by t!ie ReV.
Mr. tir:;i.ea oi Beallvitle Monroe Co. U.
By onler of .Munaers.
ALEX. YOUNG, Sec'y.
Mate ol' Ohio, klelmont tountVa, sis.
('ourt of Common Pl-as Iu Chancery.
' J.tiiii KtrkpatticsT) 'PIII said Blatoa UamaaN hore
v: , -L by DOtitsfd that oa the MM) day
I Bimott iaoaiharsl. J ii Octohafi A. I'. taJt, the said
eotnpletaaut t.ltd la tbp Court oi Coainaa IMeas of tiie
Coautf ol atotuiowl snd aHolC ol Oino.at'ill in Chancery
against tne .-aid eiaadaat, the object end prayer of
Which I s f I is to Compel t lie delantlatii to release a certain
( moi i.'aji thereon deecrilwd :,uiet tlie title of the aiiio
, on tin- premise?! in said loll tf jrth, r'-fi-rence lo Mtsa
littit lo aid bill will fully appear. An I the said defend-
; eat is faitaer aotifled, that aaleee he apoeera, aa4 aeaade,
aaswereor uanturs to the said i.-ai, wtthta .ixty dmvs
atr lbs aeit leru) of sai l Court, the said cotupfainant
i at Ui to xt lertn tbereafter( wit to aid (.'ourt to
lake tU Dietter of the hill as route s?rd. an I to decree
thereon accord inly. PBN.MNGTOS v COWKN,
! Dec, it. iT-t-1. aw. tsoiVn for Com.
r . a SLmmmm. bl .w ctaj
The above basiaees w ill be rnrnfd on hy JOHN J..
PRINT, la the old taiul onno-itr to J. I'atton's iStore.
' Where be will be found at all timee to wait on Ikewa that
nay favor him with a call in the above bustaese. Frum
ble latj rtpcriency ii- t:ie bMlaose, he hopes he will
A"-' a portion ol IU - ;iuii..c iiairvitae.
In - . Ut, 1839. jolt V I. FKIXT.
THE CONTRACT OF
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OPFCSSaa eapadlealaby eseaas of which, prudent
Man eseape loeeea, Tmy trausler lo others tiie risks
' wbieb mcvitaldy caasii tbeWi Ww asinall consideration,
J iheee risks, wbieb might la aalucky event, i. in n
I vtduals, are saialj usumcd by Comi en lee wt'tl oriranizcd
etld Jed i CiOUSly manned. MOb n in?titutioii is tlie
Protection Insurance Co.
Thi.1 Ceaapaaj bases its operations apon iirii a per feet
i I'd plan Of casta prenilaaie, well scattered rlske and laiaj
experleaae la eetiniatinn baaards. tnat tiie latereete oi an
Coacerued are protaetiNl. 'i'lie Oontpaay receives from
almost inaumerable sottrces aud in suiallsaais(alAraa
Tina! aepasita From ible rued, bald as n public trust, loea
e an- paid. To STOUre lor the public and tin- 1'uuipaiiy a
parmaaeut ability lo meet every fur deoead.aii erroneous
or Irattdaleat Clalais ero oi caortre r jaiil. 'i'liis is the on
ly plajaaj Uitauraaea which -an loui aeserre tiie public
eonflaaace, and the euderebjaed aaeat coafldeatly invites
' his ti leads to eecttre llisnmelvei at bli Acanay, against,
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PERILS OF NAVIGATION.
The idveatasjet Of IblS contract n ed scarcely he ursed
upon wealthy men, or merchants, for they rarely necicet
it, and if Ihey do. dree leave them other resources. It is
especially valuaMi' to lal oriin men, mechanics and other-
oi aeMerate means who, parbaae, haveliuie else than
a boms and lie coateuti in the world.
'l'ln-n -liiould iu'ver nt';h::t to insure; afire ihav r. ii
them at any hum . would leave them houn-l ss, and with
no capita! hut th-'ir laltor. to heam acain the strueitle of
life, and rears of toil and watching mast poss tiefore they
ran regain w lat they have lost, if itidsed it is ever dcue.
To liiK h, insurance is a duty. Ii the individual is wortu
tittle, tho expen is w.-; if he owns much property, still,
theexpen istrilliu'!, ami i a few dollars lie is sale. If
be is overtakeu by mismrtuue, and his all laului ahest
be receives a recompeuse in a ca-ih capital cipialtubu
lopss, and may soou restore wliat has beee destroyed.
Ullla Issued a, ail timee upon fevorable term a, hy
1. 1 ' T. COWE.S'.ascutlorflt. Clairsvillcaud Uelmoat
PETITION TOR Mtoitu:.
James H. Uufhes btTICK ii hereby given to Jo-
Jo.tunah Heirbee.) ned oelkndaiit, that the above na
med James H, Huches, on th- loth day of hecemher
165$, caused a petition to be filed In the Klerk's Onice u?
thi; Court of Coiuuiou 1'leas o Ut-lmont tibanty, Ohio
nrayina, frir a divorce from the saij joxnuah, for 'her wil
ait a'Uafaca frOW LUm for Ihr years. Ami notice is aUo
oataby ilvealotba tun Toannahthai on the I5th dey of
January, lcU, OjiMtlious Will he teKcii in said ceasie
at ilii- Mayor's OOce in tint City of Nashville, in tho
Hlaiu o Tennessee, and at I.aw-on's Hotel, in Waat
Alexandria, iu lbs County of Washington, in the Ht&to
oi feansylvanUi bsjtwwn the hours of teu oS.kKk A.
Hi and lour u'vluta P, M. of -.aid dey,
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