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In t very "moibul condition," or elie that be
th'nki, Doctor Cains did ul Lady Matuetli's
"Thil HlsHle is upturnl toy practice."
ll professional to volunteer feci pes lm
come cue, as he has done, and then refute
to prescribe for regular customer If it ie
then, I, too, say
"Throw phyalc to dog, Ml none of it."
Tint more seriotwly, I will refer to eomc
point thnt may deserve notice. The Doctor
(I (till venture to use tho title, though
doiibtinn;ly) kindly 0(f(retH that I hate been
"misled by tho contemptible whifflini ol Joel
Datvaon." However this may be, I will not
screen myself behind him or any other committee-man,
while they any for me what I
dare not say for myaell. As to the truth of
thil Mr. Dawson has stated, presently.
The "firat thing" the Doctor "calls atten
tion to is the certificate" signed by nino men.
Of this ho complains. He asks if it was
"fair and honorable thus to attempt to fore
stall public opinion." Ho even intimates
that it was dishonorable In them to sin-n such
certificate. And as he daro not openly as
sail that body of men, bo well-known an. I so
higly-esteemed by all who know tlie.n, he
graciously allows them tho benefit of his
"literal construction," viz., thnt they signed
it "to accommotlatt" me. A very "liberal
construction," it doubtless is of their motives
but probably as false as it is liberul. The
fact is that several of those gentlemen first
spoke to me in reference to the matter and
characterized the decision as a "flagrant out
rage," "a monstrous injustice." It was on
the authority of these opinions and those
of other gentlemen present, confessedly good
judges that I stated the decision to be "con
trary to the freely expressed opinion of tho
lest horsemen on the ground." This state
ment was pronunced "foreign from truth."
The Doctor could hear of but ono man who
did not give it in favor "of his horse." That
unfortunate victim he answers by comparing
him to a "monkey." How much more "hon
orable" to forestall public opinion in a ques
tion of horse-flesh than to brand a neighbor as
a Monkey! If he wag my only friend the
ties of our corrmon misfortune dictated that '
1 should comfort him In his affliction as he 1
had befriended me in my need. That com
fort I did bring to the Doctor's great dit.com- I
fort. That certificate was forced out by his i
own folly in denying my statement. It was
the balm for one of those wounds so cruelly -inflicted
in his dissection of my "compound of
positive declarations." The gentlemen, ev-
ery one of them, signed it chcefully and un-
hesitatingly. As to that certificate affect
ing any other decision. There has now been
a decision oneachside. If the Doctor's friends
are as high authority as he seems to think,
we will be about equal. If not and that cer
tificate or aught e-'se has "fixed public opinion
altogether one-sided," it is no fault of mine.
There were wine of these men. The Doc
tor handled them "gingerly." He passed o
ver them without daring more than un insin
"Nursing his wrath to keep it warm,"
he hastens on to a solitary victim. "Man to
man" is always an even contest, Ik to num
bers at least. But now he calls his two
friends, and, three to one, they begin to shout
victory. But occupying his high vantage
ground, Mr. Dawson may safely sny
"Come one, come nil, sooner shall rly
This rock from its linn base than 1."
The Doctor says "Joel deserves particular
attention and he shall have i'.." Yes, truly,
it will require "particular attention," or thj
machinations of his traducers may return "to
plague the inventors." In the excitement of
their supposed triumph they seem to have, for
gotten the past. The object now is to estab
lish the asseition that Dawson was opposed
to givtng me uny premium, and thnt he was
in favor of giving the 2d to H. Benzie. Speak
ing of "the evening of the first day," Malonce
says, "Dawson 6uid he was in favor of giving
the second premium to H. Beazle and not give
Mitchell anything." Smith also says, "Daw
son was perfectly agreed to give Estep the
first premium, and, to use his own language,
he said he would not give Mitchell anything,
and was "rather in favor of H. Beazle than
Mitchell." This is tlietir assertion note. Just
one month ago they both signed another cer
tificate of which the following is the closing
paragraph. After speaking of the report as
made, "awarding the first premium to Dr.
Eslep and the second to L. C. Mitchell," they
pronounce the declaration that the decision
was "contrary to the judgment of a part of
the committee," "untrue," and then go on
to say, "the facts are, the whole committee
met on Me evening of the first dag at the Nor
ton House, at which the whole committee,
WITHOUT A DISSENTING VOICE.
OR THE SLIGHTEST OBJECTION,
agreed to decide a the report was made."
At that time, where were all these valua
ble statistics about the disagreement of the
fommittee! Did thy tlun exist! U se, how
could these committee-men affirm what they
do in the certificate above quoted! Which is
the most authentic statement! They seem
to be equally positive. Possibly they are both
true, surely they are not both false. Why,
one of the gentlemen gives as the reason for
speaking, that, "I noticed a certificate signed
by Dawson stuting what he knows to be ut
terly false, and it is this that indacet me to re
ply, as it involves not only the correct prin
ciple THAT SHOULD GOVEEN MEN IN THEIR
actions, but it also involves my veracity." In
this quotation I claim only the italicizing. I
dismiss these worthies, self-convicted by their
own palpable contardictions. The Doctor
says they "requested tospeak lor themselves."
They have done so.
Now let Mr. Dawson speak for himself:
BELMONT Co., 1st Mo. 22d, 1852.
I see in Dr. Estep's reply of the 20th, that
I am charged with not wanting to do Mitchell
justice, becaube I said be had misrepresented
Emry's Cutting Box. Such is utterly false,
My co-committee-men have niisreprcsenteti
me in every respect. There was nothing
said about the Cutting Box, at any time, ex
cept in jest. I never said a single word a
bout giving Beazle the preference over Mitch
ell. I did suggest that Beazle might be en
titled to the second premium over Kstep.
What I said in my certificate of the 27tl
ult., I must state under any circumstance.
That Mr. Dawson was opposed to me at
the time I can prove cirr uuistantially to bei
mistake. Several limes he spoke to me o
the way in which the committee-men wen
acting, and also to others, during both days
This, too, I can have on abundant testimony
Mr. Dawson's course has been candid, am
his statements consistent with themselves, ai
least, from first to last. He has now hat
('particular attention," and the "morbid con
ditlon" of his "compound of declarations" ll
surely very difficult to anatomize. Withou
Increased earo Ml case will be what Doctor,
call 10 "ayyroblum medieorwn." Is tha
right, Doctorl I only learned it the other
Now as to the issue, I have hut little to add.
I have already shown that the Doctor re
jected my original proposition of an exhi
bition merely toconflrin or reverse the deri
sion of that "part of tho committee." His
proposition for a premium ol $200, or mure,
I accept again. Again, as to the tent, I re
pent I will ngree to ANY the j iiilgi s slmll re
quir;, wheather it be one or one hundred
miles, ''Blood, action snd ense of movement
to both horse and rider," I shall be quite ns
unwilling as the Dr. to have overlooked. To
nil these and other conditions imposed bv
judges, I will assent. But tho Doctor shall
not lay down all the terms of his own prop
osition, and then appoint the judges. He
says he "shall hold me to the first, offer that
he might choose all the judges.'' There was
then no money in the case. If distinguish
ed and "honorable men will give 'me a certi
ficate merely to "accommodate" me, miy it
not be thnt Dr. Estep has friends quite as ac
commodating, at least for a "cnnsidf.rntion. If
the Dr. is frightened and wishes to back, if
he will only do it manfully I will not say a
word to drive him to the meanness of socking
an award of a large money premium from a
committee chosen by himself. Is that the
calm confidence of conscious right! Oris the
gasping trepidation of cowurdice and self
suspicion! Now I will further agree to select only one
on a committee of three, and this committee
shall, by an unanimous voice, select a com
mittee of judges. Or I will accept any com
mittee that shall be selected by the officers of
the Society as a committee of selection or as
a committee of judges. Now if any of these
propositions please the Doctor if he really
seeks a fair exhibition of the premium he
proposed Dr. Alexander will make the
preliminary arrangements on my part, and
inform me of them. If nothing will suit him
but to pick a committee to pick my pocket,
the matter may rest, I should prefer that
oven that should be done more directly, if,
indeed.it could be on any other plan.
Now I plead guilty to having changed my
'position," but it has been only in followging
the Doctor os he has retreated backward.
Finally, if there is anything in his last
otter thnt I have omitted to meet, and an
iwer fully, I claim for that omission the plea
f merely using the convenient shield the
rEgis of "silent contempt."
L. C. MITCHELL.
LAWS OF OHIO.
Published by Authority.
supplementary to the n.i rntiilotl "an not relating
to the organization of Courts of Justice and their
powers and duties." passeil February IHili, I3.VJ.
Src. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
the State of Ohio, That it shall be lawful tor the
Supreme Court by Special mandate or other proper
mode. lorequjfS the District Court or Court of Com
mon Pleas of the county in which any saitdetermin
ed in the Supremo Court shall have originated, to
rarry the judgment or decree of the Supreme Court j
Into execution; At the same h ill then upon be carried
into execution by such interior Court, by process of
execution or other lawful mode, as the ease may re
quire, See. a. The lands and tenements, of the debtor
(ball be bound fur the satisfaction of nny judgment
or decree lor the payment of money nf I he Supreme
Court ns-ainst ueh debtor, from the first day of the
term of said Court, at which t!ie judgment or decree
shall be rendered, In all cases where such lands or
tenements lie within the county where the suit origi
nated, and all other lands nnd tenements, rts well as
goods and chattels of the debtor, shall be bound
from the time they shall be seized in execution,
provided that in all cnsi'9 wh- re ibe parly against
whom a judgment or deep I is rendered in ihe Court
of Common Picas, appeals his cause to the District
Court, and the same is thence removed to the Hu
prams Court, the lien of ihe opposite party on the
real estate ot said appellant, created bv said judg
ment, idiall not thereby be removed or vacated, but
the real estate of said appellant shall lie bound in
the same manner os it snid appeal had not been
taken until tha final determination of the cause in
the SUDfBliafl Court.
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
January 19, 1853.
To repeal the act entitled "An njt granting licenses
in certain, capes," passed March I I, INT, and an
acttoamend an act entitled "an act granting j
licenses in certain cases," passed March 7, lb:,."..
Pec. 1. Be it enacted bp the Goner AsstmlUyof
the State of Ohio, That the act entitled "An act
granting licenses in certain cn-es," passed March 14,
1831, and "An act to amend an net entitled "An
net granting licenses in certain cases,'" passed j
March 7. 1835. bo and the earns are herebv remaled. I
JAMES C. JOHNSON
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
January 19, 1853.
To fix and "provide for the terni of the District
Court iu theSecond Circuit, In hit? composed of
the Fourth & Sixth Common Pleas District of Ohio.
Ste. 1. Be it Snooted hft the (i,nirnl Asscmhly of
Ihe Stats ol Ohio, Thnt the terms ol the District
Court shall lie holden in the several counties of the
Fourth nnd Sixth Common Pleas Dutiicts of Ohio
at the times following, to wit:
FOUTH COMMON PLEAS DISTRICT.
In the county of Huron, on the tweluh day of
In the county of Erie, on the fixtetiuh day of
In the county of Ottowa, on the twenty first day
in the county of Sandusky, on the twenty-third
day of April.
In ihe county of Lucas, on tho twenty-ninth day
Ia the county of Lorain, on the thirteenth day of
In the county of Medina, on lbs nineteenth da of
In ihe county of Summit, on the twenty fourth day
In the county of Cuyahoga, on the eleventh day
SIXTH COMMON PLEAS DISTRICT.
Ill the county of Kuox. on ihe. tentii day of May.
In the county aof. ttiuhl and, on the twenty. third
day of May.
In the county of Morrow; on the thirty-first day
In the county of Delaware, oh tha fourth day of
In the county of Licking, on the tenth day of
In the county of Cosltoclon, on the twentieth clay
In the county of Holmes, on the twenty-second
day of June.
in the county of Wayne, on the twenty-ninth day
. ol June.
In the county of Ashland, on tho eleventh day of
BBC. 2. If from any cnu-e. a failure to ImlJ the
preset ibrd term of the District Court in any of the
counties aforesaid should occur, it shall lie the duly
ol the Judges of the District Court) on giving thirty
days previous noiico in such county, to hold ispscisJ
lerni uf the District Court in such county, within
1 the same year, to rtjipoas of the business pending,
and should important business arise iu the Disl.iel
Court.in any ol said c iuntics.whieh cannot be dispos
ed ol at the stated term of the Court, lb want of
I time, it shall lie law ful lor the Judges of the District
i Court to hold a special term of the District Court in
t such county, ai such time as they shall determine on,
giving thirty days previous nonce thereof in such
Sic. 3. Should any day herein named for holding
rim terms of District Court fill on Sunday, the said
Court shall commence and lie huldeu tin ihe next
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
January 19, 1853.
- To authorize the Commissioners of counties to ap
t I prove ihe bowls of Sheriff's, Coroners and K,
pordafs, and M repeal lb fMMld loeMnfi nf sa
net bl provide fot tfiselerti'in " C .unity K -orders,
nnd prescribing ihclr duties, p"l Kbruarj
y,, n, il evicted hit the fhtirrnl Aisemldi) of
the Stall ;f III,!,,. Thai nil Mnrill. and OoTOMM
re read- r elected "hall, within ten days after tlwy
ball have ree, I (red iheir eOWMTtistions, (rive bon I lo
Ihe Bute ei Ohio, with two or mots mrstlns, la n
imh audi by the enunty Comrrriwlorlert ol ihe proper
county, in sny sum not IHseang fifty ihoosand nor
less lhau live thousand dollar 'nt the dlaontlufl of
said Commissioners) ejndltlond for ths Isiihfnl
discharge ol their rasnwtHva Hunev
Bsc, J. T hat the Kecorrler ol ssch county shall
keep hli nines at the Beat of JtHtlee of bis oountf,
and Ik fore entering upon tlie dunes Ihefl of be shall
fnvr bond, with two or more sureties, to bo approved
In Ihe enemy Comnrtssloners of tin- propr county.
In the penal ram of' two thousand dollars, payable
to the Ruti ol I mw, conditioned for thefslthful di-
charge of fill duties as Recorder! and shall take and
subscribe no oath or iiflirmati.ui, to be endorsed on
such bowl, faithfully and impartially to discharge lbs
duties of his o(Tv c
Sic. 3, That all Shcrillx, Coroners nnd Recorders
elected in the year eighteen hundred and fifty-two,
who have not given bond approved Iry the Court of
Common Float of the propel county, shall, within
thirty days from and slier! the taking iffifCt ol ihtsl
act, give liond and security according lo list pro
Src. 4, That snid cour.tv Connnis ioneM may aj
any lime during ihe continuance of t-nch spend',
Coroner Of Recorder in office, lor good cause, re-
loire Mieb further and nddi'ional security as they
may deem proper.
BBC, i, That If any Sheriff, Coroner or Recorder
shall fail to give th necessary security within the
lime specified In thUfcot, or eaall to ivo such
further and additional security BS may lw required
under the fourth section Of this an. within ten days j
after reoelvibg a written notice from sail county
Commissioners, requiring such additional security,
then and in eiih"r case said CoriiuiiBioni rs are here-
by authorised and required u declare tha omea of
such Sheriff. Coroner or Recorder vacant; and there
upon the proper proceedings shall be bad to fill such
Su. C. That no Judge, Clrk or Attorney of any
Court shall bt received us surety lor any mcrlff or
Sec. 7. The bonds requi red to Isi IM under the
provisions of this act, shall be lodged w ith the Au
ditor of ihe proper county, and shall he by him re
corded in a suitable book for thnt purpose to be pro
vided. Sic. 8. The first section of an act entitled "An
act defining the duties of Shoiills and Coroners in i
Certain Casee," passed February 25, 1834, and the
original sctciion two of an net entitled "An net to
provide lor ihe oleciion of county Recorders and
prescribing their duties, passed February 23, 1831,1
be uud the same are hereby repealed.
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
January 19, 1853.
To fix nnd provide for holding the trrrns of the i
Court of Common Pleas in the several counties of
the Ninth Judicial District ot Ohio.
Sic. l. Br it enncted hi the General AssrmWyof
the State of Ohio, That the term of the Courts olC'oin
mon Pleas shall 1st held in the several colonics of the
Ninth Judicial District of t Ifaio OS follows:
In the county of Slark on the fourth Monday of ,
March, the fourth Monday of July, and the third
Monday of October. t
In the county ot Carroll on the third Monday of
March, the fourth Monday of August, and the first 1
Tuesday ol November.
In the county of Columbiana on the first Monday
of March, the second Monday of August, and tho 1
second Tuesday of November.
In the county ol Mahoning on the fourth Tuesday
of February, the last Tuesday of May, mi l the third '
Tuesday ot September,
in the county of Portage on the second Tuesday
of February, the second Tuesday ol June, nod the
first Wednesday alter the asoqpd Tuesday of Octo- c
In the county of Trumbull on the second Tuesday c
of March, the fourth Tuesday of June, and the last j
Tuesday of October.
In the county of Lake on the third Mondey of 1
February, the fourth Monday of May, no, I die fourth
Monday of September. a
In the county of Geauga on the first Monday of
March, the first Monday of June, and the second
Monday of Octob r. I
In Ihe county of Ashtabula on the third Monday
of March, the third Monday of June, and fourth v
Monday ot October. .
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
January 19, 1853.
1 have compared ihe foregoing with the original
conv, and find '.lie same correct.
Auditor of Belmont County.
Jan. 24. Senate. The bill to establish
the new Code of Procedure was read and re-
ferred to the committee of the Whole. The
school bill was passed. 1
House. The bill prescribing the duties
of Supervisors in relation to roads ami hijrh- ,
ways was passed. The bill providing for .
printing blanks for nsscs-sors was passed. A
long debate on the temperance bill.
Jan. 2.5. Senate. The bill to reorganize
the Slate Treasury was referred to the com
mittee on Finance.
HorsE. Tho bill to define the duties ol '
Justices of the I'eare and Constables in civil
cuses was pnssed. Mr. Ramage reported a
bill to amend the act for the betterregulation
of schoo Is in cities, towns, die. Some time
was spent on the Crowbar bill. (See Mr.
Sheila barger's speech in another column.)
Jan. 26. Senate. The bill for ihe crea
tion and regulation of incorporated companies
House. Some time was spent on the
Jan. 27. Senate. The bill to provide for
the creation and regulation of incorporated !
companies was amended and passed. The I
bill to regulate the distribution ai;d invest-:
ment of the surplus revenue wus passed.
House. The bill to r'-ulute railroad:
mortgages was passed.
Jan. 28. Senate. The bill supplimentary
to the act for the relief of insolvent debtors,
was passed. The bill supplementary to the
sot for the encouragement of agriculture was j
passed. The Code bill was unintended and
ordered to be engrossed.
House. The temperance committee re
ported Mr. Rusk's bill with amendments.
Jan. 39. Senate. The hill supplementary
to the act dispensing with proof in certain
cases was ordered to be engrossed.
House. The bill giving Justices of the
Peace concurrent jurisdiction with Coroners
in certain cases, was ordered to be engrossed.
A temperance bill was reported allowing any
one to sell liquor who will give bond to pay
ull tines and costs, and support ull paupers
made by him.
On Tuesday morning, the lllh inst. Hy
Rev. J. Alexander, Mr. Andhkw Smith, and
Miss Jane Futhkv, both of Mead township.
At his residence near this place, on tlic
31st ult. of Paralysis, Eli Sidweli,, in the
tilst year of his uge. He was a hind hus
band, ufl'eclionate fattier, unci good citizen.
Tbokisfttul of parents who use Vermlfnan roinposed of
Cantor Oil, Ca'umpl, sic, are not aware, thai wails they
appi-ar to l.enelit the patient .they are actually lam ; the
t lor a gone ot riiseaacs, audi as salivation,
loss of sistit. weakness of llMbs, arc.
Ill anolhnr column will le found the eilverllfemcnt Of
Holifiisack' Mn licbies, ttrwtlich we ank llo attention
nf all directly interested iu their owU a- well an their
Children's liealtlo hi lover Complaints and all disorder
srlsias Ires loose oi a lillfsns tj S. pshsmIs matte see o
the old)' iiioiluc medicine, llot-ensack's lover IMHs.
TP-'"Be sol deceived," hut ask for llolieusack's Worui
Byrtiii anil Liver Pills, and otiserve that each haa the six
nature of the Proprietor, 1. N liOBBNSAC'lf, as none
jry The Hlrm irm l.mf y' I ctIM In ihe adver
IfsssssMeftl It T Cswsst trssj., agent 9m Has Presettlee
Insurance ('mnpeey. Teetrnt theory sag praeNM Sftt
soranre la, In Srw Wftrda, very rornitly staled, and see
re. i ..minfnd our r"asrato avail IbSSMSlVH ot lha advan
teres, offeree i,y this old anS wen tried I aetata, pre,
CHRONICLE k ADVOCATB.
IIOKTON J. IIOH A It l, Kililor.
Tiir. rp.on.F., ami THftn RlbltTt,
Frldsiy MoriilUK. Pet, i ltt.13.
Oy-VVe have a very good double medium
Smith I'ross.Jh'e will sell very low for
Cash or would tlslse a smaller Press in part
WHIG STATE CONVENTION.
The 22d of FeiruaKV hss been sppointrd
by the Slate Central Committee, for holding
the Whig convention for nominating a Stair
Ticket. A county meeting will be held in
St. Clairsville, on Monday, the 14th of Feb
ruary, to select six delegates to that Conven-vention.
fj7VVe llnrers(Srij ilat locofocos will I
hold an election in this place, on to-morrow, :
(Saturday,) to decide who shall be Post Mas
ter. There arc some six or eight candidates.
Hope they will have a good time of it. Whigs
arc to have nothing to do with it whether
because they receive no letters, or from oth
er causes, is not stated.
OTThanks to Hon. L. H. Campbell, for
07The Emperor of Japan has written a
letter lo the kingof the Netherlands, in which
lie expresses his determination to keep out all
rorcigners. He thinks the great error of the
Chinese was in Iclllugthe English hate a foot
ng in the Celestial empire. He thinks llso,
Jiat peace at homd, can never be kept, if for
eigners are noi kept out. The Emperor can
not be a "manifest destiny" man.
OrCoUNTEitFEiTERS Aki;est::d. A man
vas arrested on the 6ih of January at Cynthi.
ina; Ky. and 8-1,118 in counterfeit paper so
ured Principally Bank of Kentucky, North
ern Hank Do. Tennessee, nnd Hank of Lousi
ina. Information as obtained which has
ed to eleven other arrests, and measures arc
icing taken to route the whole gang.
fJT'Sec first page for a rich picture of Ohio
.ocofocoism, from one of 'em.
Wmii. Some of our cotemporarles are dis
missing the propriety of changing the name
if the Whig party. We desire no change,
l suits us well enough as it is. The people
rill recognize it as the only true Democratic
fepuhlican parly of the nation. By nn ag
;regation of tactions, they have been tempor
irily overpowered but those factions must
all assunder, by their own weight. To pre- '
ent the catastrophe, one portion of them are
t-ying to kick up iqpj-with some weak na.-.
ion, und for the same purpose others of them
vish to get us into a quarrel with a strong
)tte, thinking that would be attended with the
east trouble, and that it would keep them to
rciher as well as would an actual war. LsSt
he Whigs remain firm nnd united and they
a ill soon be placed in power by the people.
Hr.iiiPFiELD Road. Since the election of
Hon. R. T. Conriid to the Presidency of this
and, Philadelphia has taken a firm hold of it.
Flint City will most likely take half u million
jf its stock. We hope it will speedily be put
Illustrate)) Mag'azine of Akt. The
irst No. of this work has been received. It
.'ontains CO large octavo pages, with many
jeautiittl embellishments. Published by Alex
ander Montgomery r Mew York. Terms 25 els.
per number, or $13 sent will pay for one year,
and the publisher wtl pay the postage. It is
a very cheap work.
fn5"Tliunks to Mr. Ramage for a copy ol
the Report of the Board of Trustees for the
Single District.' Tho proposition to
have the Members of the Legislature elected
in Single Districts, our readers are aware, is
before the Legislature. This truly Democrat
ic Republican principle should have been in
corporated in the Constitution when it was
lirst revised but there was too much real de
mocracy in the propositilion to meet the
views of that body, and we have less hopes
that anything so righteous in itself will meet
with favor at the hands of this Legislature,
than wc hud of the Convention. We have
no expectation that the propositisn will be
secured to the public.
The Penitentiary. While the Peniten
tiury was in the hands of the Whigs there was
a tremendous hue and cry raised if a convict
cscuped. It was all owing to carelessness on
the part of the officers, Sic. die. Now the
Penitentiary is altogether in ihe hands of the
locofocos, and yet a few days ago two of the
convicts escaped. No complaint is raised on
the part of the loco editors, but instead we
have a whining apology that they were very
adroit rogues, which no vigilence could keep
secure! What a difference it makes whose
bull gores the otherto-o'.
03rThe Supreme Court of Louisiana has
decided t'.ie McDonaugh will case in favor of
the cities of New Orleans and Baltimore.
One Judge dissented.
fj-T-The new State House in Columbus is
tn be a splendid affair, if it all correspond
with its cost. The appropriations heretofore
nude amount to $40r,&75, and the Com
missioners ask f280,000 for the present year.
This, of course is extlusive of the Peni
tentiary labor, which has been very considerable.
OriVl RKNr.ftT BAt.ARtfS Htrnng rfTi,rt
are being made to raise the sslaries of the
President, Heads of Departments, Foreign
Minister, drc. Ac. It is proposed to give the
President tlOO.OO't, tho Cabinet Officer and
t Foreign Ministers eseh fjiin, ooo, ond other
officers in proportion. Thes- lhin;r are mi
jrhcviou in every point of view. Hu h salar
ies induce extravagant living, w hii b does not
stop with the recipients oi .httiltrlet, oth-
. era are influenced by the public I flier rs and
others again by them. nd thus the whole com
munity is affected. We are fast losing our
republican simplicity, snd KUCI that is gone,
it will not take long for the name 'to follow,
j No true friend lo the continuance nf our De
mocratic Republican Government will advo
I cste high salaries for our public officers.
The plea put in for high salaries that v.e
i would thereby Weure better talent in the ad
, niinistraiion of oor civil officer, is without
( any force. Both in a National and State can
vass, our best men have not considered it be
neath them to enter the Lsds, u ith what are
called low salaries, and the experience of ihe
world is that the higher the salary, the less
efficient is the public functionary. In all
cases, almost without exception, the working
men are those who receive low salaries.
Mt;sir;Af. Review ani Choral AbVOOATt, '
Edited by C. M. Caiv, published by F. J.
Huntington and Mason 6t Law, New York.
This work is enlarged to Hi large quarto pa
ges, and published Monthly at fjpl per year.
Each No. contains four pages of music. It is
ably conducted, ond well worthy the attention
of those who are musicians, or wish to be
The Pacific Railroad. This highly im
portant matter seom3 to get along slowly in
Congress. Our national Solons appear to
think much more of making gassy, filibuster
ing speeches about 'manifest rleslii,;. ,' 'extend
ing the area of slavery'" by securing Cuba,
etc. Sic. than attending to the vital interests
of the nation. We regard this railroad as not
only a commercial necessitybut a civil neces-
sily. In a commercial point of view, it would
give us the trade tif China, or compel Eng
land to be tributary to us. It would emphati
cally give us the position of mistress of the
commerce of the world.
It a civil point of view, it is scarcely less
important. Our fiilibusttrs seem determined
ll; at we shall have a war for Cuba and even
should we succeed in escaping that, there are I
Jther exciting causes in oflbralion, which may
lead to war. In snch a case, with the port of '
San Francisco blockaded, v. hat would be the'
situation of our Pacific possessions! Califor- j
nia and Oregon would be swept from us at a I
single blow, and it would be utterly impossi- 1
for us to send an army large enough toiecov- ',
Willi a railroad through to them they'
could be retained, and even placed in a situ-'
atioh that their capture would not be attempt-'
ed. Shall this be done Thousands are go
ing there annually, and thousands are return
ing with millions of gold. The risk of the
seal should not have to be endured by those
who have this treasure. Under our free trade
tariff, California is a necessity to ns which
cannot be dispensed with. We need all that
she can furnish us, toward off, ns long as pos
sible, a commercial crisis, which threatens to
envolve our country in ruin.
There arc several plans before Congress,
lor the making of this road. Tlt3 best one is,
for Congrcfft to nikke the road but any one
of ihem is belter than n.i road at all. We do
hope that Congres will pass a bill for the er
ection of the road, either by the Government
or by a company. Such a Lit! cannot pass
07-The entire R tilroad route from Zanes
vi He to Cincinnati is now under contract.
That it will be a very important route, in
connection with the Central Ohio road eust,
cannot admit of a doubt. In nddilion to the
through travel, which will be immense, it'
passes through one of the richest portions of'
Ohio, nnd we believe the way travel and busi
ntfSI alone will make the road good stock.
It muet also add largely to the vnlue of the 1
Central Ohio road. We firmly believe that
the Central Ohio road, eastof the Muskingum,
wheti finished, will be among the best pay
ing stocks in the Union.
Flour at Cincinnati 011 the 1st inst. was
quiet, at 84,25n 4,30. At Pittsburgh, $4,30
Ct$4,40. At New Y'ork $5,37i35,50.
Bulk meat has fallen, both at Cincinnati
ond Pittsburgh. Sulcs of shoulders at 6 cU. I
4 months time, with interest, at Pittsburgh I
and at ut Cincinnati, Lard !) to Be.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS.
'j'llis extr;mlii)a! y preparation ha tirrn for many
JL years the most rcrttin ami tqieeily miiei!) i'nr I'orun,
(tiii , AetiiiMA, Uttost Hm, t fcri.i liNX t. saiid DrgKtit
ok TAI ln i Hi and Ll NotJ. IU Urn - s.Mih'1 1 nn Iroiiioli
HtinaK. atirl coiiurinttl t'tniffhu, ihey give the nint im
weditt4 ami ttttifcot relief, ami when ureal I iA'ilily to
lake cold ejfiiU, and a ttoiMfJtMinti t'tmali MfiCMMh tlM
liL'htcht etpOWire, ttiOM Waforx iiruttuce the MM mark
ed re ult. tiny at once relieve the Cotiih anil n.her
xyiiiitoni, and entirely remove that inurhjil irritability
and weakncHH T the i.un; which give riM tn the com
plaint. The medical prOMtftfot ri roiittuned in an a
jfreeaMe form ami pleasant t1 the taste, that a )' child
will readily take them; and they are w arranted 10 give
relief in in iiiimitin alter mm in all cai-ai.
I f it i 25 ceula per lox. For at
BEJ. THOMAS'S Store.
Fe 4, IPjT
The State of Ohio, Belmont County, SS.
NOTICE Is herel-y uivenJHial lbs follottiiie named
Kxuculor ami Ailiiiliiislrauiri have lied their ac
counts anil vouchers in my othes lnr ssulcmrnt, to ttt;
Almrr well, Ailut'r of Sfl i W. Wctls, uVc'd.
VilliainWarkiuan. AiliuV ot Barah Irwin, dee'd.
Bsvsael haulonJ, Kxccutor of Auiliroso linururj, ilec'd.
John H. Major and I'liituii Morgon, Ariiu'ia of Ueorge
Til" Ural l " acorn ntnieil accounts M ill lie for hearing
anil settlement on Hie '.'Stli tn or I'eh. iuat., ami the two
last on thfr tat day of MsrCbBSlt.
Fel. . rrobste Judge.
I ANNUAL REPORt
Ol the founts Fend t'emeussleeers, for '.lie County
flHrimrit anil Mtate of Ohio, for January, leas, acrorS
log lntlPHs.tnte in ItirMeaaes made and iirovoled
Hisses raeslesal Jr-ssi siete ttni.'w o
I'sul lo niate a per iast te,.nrt got" on
" sinre Ml M
Prior ,, v in i inn.ty I n s-iiry Mil 's I
lelaaci las Me Mali fjawM "'
The roliosr ing srs the "tioisloansd t" InSi-
eatsste ai tkef sea a 7 set rem. per in
MM, in Hi.- several 'township III the
Osstsjijr, sal saeaeag as MiaSM
Townships. .Mortgage. 1 ither Ker.urlty.
Huhiana ift. ll'-'t
I'lustiig t IPJ tit
M.-aO t 07
Warren . i n r,- 31 SM U
uik MI M Hfm
a; 36 nt
Bank MMI in netmoi.t Itlns o: ft. ftairv
t nlte, ae pmt ten reMH :w J
. t'rsnii.ioi A ini. paul on ItsuV Hinrk m same MM W
In.ln i.umi hoM nr. ,1 0) Mn,t(s;e lakeu
Iron, ll.uk in pa; ai rt MM W
Del eel Inters. t u isaf MM rn
! " Arn't ailvauceil I-; CSMIf 4 II iMn M
Amoiinton which Int. i in arrears :.T?0 10
Amount of Cash oh hand Jan. I3S for . '
Vi heed Male I?! ,t at
Aeieant of Frikl ipal rei steal since last rejiort MM II
Amount r,f I hie rest mm.. j,,, ,;
AdvaacM sg Mejeijrssnji Mm KIM
Amo-ini pgiil tor me of BrlalsSl ful.d I'jI UT
" Htate as Principal Mi -'it
" " H. fires.toger lur print-
l reisirt of IBM ." W)
" " llowanl it t onen j tfi
" Dav-i.1 Alte.i Fund f'om'rs
fee- 1,1. 1 BMaCtlSJ I Ct
" John Kelly 17 ill
aUseeos hand loroseof i: seal read M
FrkMlnl in UeejMf Treaiury ItIS 1 I. -.11 II
o here! y he.e' v Til ry that fie a'-ose k a rurrei
state uteet mil ethitm ot tne mint, lion of d lease,
i.ren Under oiirliaioLi this Mtli it, ul Jan. UeM.
IIAVIU Al.l.l;-.. Auu -.
JOHN KKI.I.V. Treae'r.
fssiwl Fund f'omuii.fiutiers of Dr'o Oil Co.
VOTICE is here' y given that a ee:;tmn tritl I pre
fjl senK-d t , the Cuiii,,,, .,,. ,. of ll'iuoi.t Co., at ,
IMi out session, asking rr an niu-ra:iu!. Is ihe SOS nil
read teallaj iron, rt. Llalrmrine Bem.nr.t Ot, 10 Mi
1 ir-a-aiu jeMraos c. legliialna i.,f the awe .1 a .take 1
t. arkiil le. I mar Iks r'.ulenre oi gsjlaea Vance ami I
on the lanu 0 Atayjci .-;,!, -t, inm Uisaca UN i.ear-.i I
SSI mon prectieside ,,,.,1,. 1,, , white naa tree n.rrke.l
.No. -i on ti Mad 01 p.'au-r troe u, 1 e. 4. !
' I ' ".' .-' " " '""' it sua concern last ;.e
I It,.'.,! L , f.w.t len...., ,-,,.
Vl, , . "' ' '"". Iv ll- m.v,. ,
Bust,,., , hV,,no;,t , ..,, (lrtlM . . 1 "
that pan 01 ., rt. .,, ,...,.., " " ' '";
ill laiorol Or aiaoisl .a., I road. A l 4
Tf herei-v given tiiat a MUthM trill hs prr-cntcd tn
J the :i.iiim,i.,....,,i Mdaioai Count ,.,.n ,Vi,
. i":" Hooiieg to .aid Hoooea' ,,o.,.e
.T"r:r " i on . ,.
H sew Boon, , a., m r . prari,, ,i le. f ,.i.. '
AT Bt instance an atiacl.mei.t wgj lba da-.- i;,cd
Oftl.ef.rm of WsS'fcl,
X nl.'in?: ::'-'- -''" "at s: tt.- l-o! awe -
i lleli no ,1 Ooaat me Ul rt. r.,,,,,.,1 ,.,e gpn , nUd ,,
MMWsi a. Alsnlntstrauq ... oee-n. : -nl.JPi ,;
All Usm lodel.ted i,e,d e-iie are retroeslel to raaki
ateate rserment; i um hsreFeUg'S
i-aiii estate, an- hot led lo nn -,-,t iboui . .. , '7 , i
with,,, one year Iromih.s dale. "' '
MARV DOdLOW IT,
AHA MI1I.I1IW VV.
-7 Admlni4tilore, I
NIM -' 0y liveBlbetaiihe Pro', Cimrt Ibi
oualiJe 5V ?u;vr"d "Uned waaeppoinu I and
'luaiit-.ed aa xaeulor ot Ilia cauia ei, Tu lo late o'
Belmont eountv, deceraed ' 1
A'Mbaee imleUed io si estate, are requested to make
Miimeihale payment, ro.d those having claim. ,8,..t
said estate, are .,l,ried to pKM u,, :.,r
erlthia one year frOaiUiiB due.
I el'. 4. IH.-.3 nt pj EASKKT TAYI.OB. ElV.
OF (TEBt IiESv-RP TIOM.
Epon tlii: most favorable israu Sfsinel
L0SJ3 OR DAMAGE
PERILS OF NAVKiA'flO.V.
By Marine or Inland Routes, heternea Ea-tern Cillei
Also taken as u-oi&l upon all kfnda of lasursale proper! ,
at inuilc-rate ratre oi Premium. 0y
U. I). 1 i OtTEX, Agent.
For ?i Clairavillg am! Belnont CuL.,t .
Fell. 4. IUI.
B. k T. Fa':rr, , I y jrtti ftf a;i x-cii'.ion to m
9i S 1J diro.td Irtiiii ( titirt ol COM
Sterhiij sfuhtutoQi uiOn pleM, -i lU-Inmni County, (ilnu,
t s I will orTvrror ia!ft on Ujc IMoiUj
I fl.rnary . d. Irtu rrn tbe limira uf IO o'ctnek, a.
m. $mi 4 o'cliKk i'. m. o!' a.l ilav a: Lba rt4miC ol Hifr
line John.. ion, m Buiitli Ton nibip Belmont County Ohio
Uv MlOW, U Mfid and COtMlM I" Wi t: mif BffOWU M nf
one io hurPe Wag'n and l onahor hu l'v,
JfKIN KltilOL?, iijrrifT.
Sherill s Office, rei.ruar 4, 9Sk--lfiQ
TS lirrtv ive;i Un tUcre will he a rtftiiion prcmntnd
-1- lo t.'ie CotuiUsUatOMfi oi Bc'inom ( om.t, ai itieir
liPlt BtOliOM !r a V tow for an ttertt4UJI OU Ihe rot.1
la.i-ly lo. atpd Irom near Beottville t. llarno, Con
nwuclns lor nU4 rerktw at or uerUiuied of :riL".'.-.
Mttl dam ami rounint woi ot i!e oij lutwer.And io in-u-rrfci
the uld irfv at lite rornt-r ol Iaa I atUu" aar
Harvey tVatsop j DT trlrtne of stt eiecstion o ne
vs If ilireit-.l frnm the Court or'
llrnrv Howell, I'osin F last el Belnont Oounlr,
Ohio, I will o i'er for sale on TuiiJa; tlic- mi day of Fell
ruary, . o. IsM, let-.vei-n Hie hours or to o'doek . is.
anil i ii'clock r. m. oi sail dav, on the premises ul Henri
Howell, in ltichlar.il Township, llelmont Coiintv. Ohio,
the following goods aud ebaUIe, to wn: one two koree
won, one Milch l ow, f..ur heail of Hugs a id one star'.
i Her. joii c. m, 'Hoi. r, luerlif,
Iberia's Oilice, Jauugiy -it, lej I. , 1 ,5j
OTIl'E is hereby give-i that at t ir prn'ate r.illrt
' for He.iltui.il County the SSSeralf' ed Hen- tsnoln
led us availed . ssecatore of . , estate or ftaac
white, isle ol Belaionl roaiatjr, Is joased,
AlltbOM iudsleil toaaideetaV are reotiesled 10 make
iinuieiliaie payment; ami Mm, having claim attains!
said aetate, are aniieed to nr. aem ibsn tor settleuient
within one year fruni this dtr.
A 4FOS Will I K,
TIIO.dAh l. A' 1111 B
Jan. i8, iq-a. E.e.ut.ir,.
NOTICE it herehy given, that at the I'rol.ate Cnurt for
llelim,nt County, the ldsrsifaed wsnpi,.,ntetaud
ilia!llul as Aduiimstra or de blnie nun Willi the willatl
uejcd, of the estate Of SleUBSS B.ok, lain ol llelmont
All those Indebted tnsaidesta'e, are requested to make
i edlate payment; aud IhoSe having claims agalset
saiil estate, afe notiltcd lo ire.eul Ihem tui settlement
within oiieycarftom tint, dale,
ItfAAC IH.l'IIXA, Administrator de Louis nou
with the wilt annexed,
Jan. I83;l. 3t.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICIi7.
NOTICE is hrrel.y given, that at the Probate Court for
llelmont t'uuiuy, tlie undersigned were apjioinieil
and qualified as Administrators of tho estate of llouuiii
V. Irwin, late of Llelmonl county, deceased,
All those indnlited lusaid arista are requested to make
immediate payment; and ltn.se having etanns ncainal
said estate. ,ro nutided to pieseut laest fur seulomeui
wiihlu une year Iruui this dav.
JOHEI'll W, EEWIfl,
JAMES I I v. !
Jan. 87, 1853.-31 Adm'ra.
Two FARMB IOK BALE,
f KK lyliif ff mile Routh Hi ( lalrarllh an4 Innn4
' r i i lundo 1 H it miiu . loni io i , Woj,
Mtl-'arladd atjt yn, llariiMUj .euntoininf i acree
I morr or lfnv. PVt. Vr ront '.lif tt ihtdrr rulth attOta
a connbrtal li h nunoiiii pxni 'MW'of variMv rtl Iron
oai or -- aretoa, there k a .", ,.,'. at the hone aiol
, it ol m ain in VOofJ fteld. ihe olTirr hiiti l A
mile li oi ut. CoiraVii: nn th--aimi-a' Ktad le
hiUfflnffdUt ti hoira ol Ufeitl McWlftlMia lift ( ton
tamnif Wi r n more or li -r. . .i y a r a uioh r i ul
liealioi.? Tttlen imltaputaMr,
ll UtO V"'' fuf Mm iff tii-i 'fM ry tlo CWh of Frlv,
thry WH Oj fot n ut, 'or hirth r MtHvMltAri rnmirt at
i - m - . ii tl thf ,it.-i .(.- livinfl Imiiet r-t Af t.
ClotrafiWe, (I'th.'f (4.) fJmn fUTTOili
S!I KIM F) :ii SALE.
i . ,
Ama J need V vlttne ol a srtlt of vin.'n..,
I ts: t ris,na to n edirei led finmthn
.eamuel Isrsel. ) Const ol Cuntmnn Visas ul Itelmniii
Cosnlv. oi, ,., i mil ife- -io; salesJ. ttsljr i ri.ix svarerilM
r'mirt House iLHl i laiisvills. in sa' it 1011111)' , on tin l:,tt,
day nf Fehriiary, n. IsAt, I, i M ii Mil houis ut Wo'
eloc s. t. amt 4 n'rlnrk.r. . of sail Sty. Ihe tol'i.i. n-,
IsSKde Snd lesantStjts nus'.ni'vnsg aodkein, In list gSas.
n n Cell .unl. and, Kiate 01 li.i., and On miIi, i art il,
or I bed a Mloers, lo w ft, trim tbe ediiit iieit I all of ,
narlof svetion Nn :oi Ti.wn-i.Ku... ami Pai ge Un
I befinnini (tor n .nm at iio 'iioiii w-.t reraer el a
Irartul land thai IV m. Ci.ive sefir. dledei.ed nf and le
i ing the pari r said trsrtiset o.Ttu MsrlSnrvssj herdow .
j er iu the p. -al Ksiate ol saul OrtM ' amt RM li il and l i timl, I
as joliow-s, to wu: tic.'iiiiiltigat the north nest rorner of
Sid tree! ata stone, ami running east o- e bond'. d and
elatf rsdsls a "take: tner-re -.uiih M 4" llm peda lo a
stake; thenee erratltdSl an IP A- tn ia roils to a stake
ami tnence Sottb V west le.'.: Ml pots, tn the place of
hagiaalitff, eostalalni Mti live ai rts ir ore or Ins. Ap
praised at ftiiui.
PberlJ om e Ja i.nr 14. l;l.
I Ml JOHN c. NJCllnl.P, PherlrT.
MILIIM i'S lALlts
Williams Jt CtHSmltISS eel Archlta'd Gifliil.
Iii i u- of s writ oi v ndllloel espvnai In eve dla.
IJ t. .1 frnm taeCestrt af I sjnssnis Plea m Pelumut i stnt
ty. o.uu, arHI o:rer lnr sale on Tuesday the l.'.lli day ol
Fehraarr, .. n ISJ9, tseteresnvib hours m io o'clock i.
e. sad ,,', i,H R P of ji rro., rtlMir f
. Soft Him-, it -n ClairevilMin saul Couniy.the rnCo -1.
1.' leserli . il Isndf and t. usuieuts . unate lying and 1 1 ' . ' .
in saul cuuuty ami lmimf-,1 ami lee, rilssd as lolluws. Ut
w i-: .,, same t-eusg tue west lia't ot M e sm.th west quar
ter ol si s-.iot. No. e. Tows-hip ll. anil f-... 1, heliig ,,,
ti iiistnct oi lan is heretolore aaljiettta sate at Mar.mu,
i Oliio, sad I ' in. the saase landeon which it.e sail Archi
, La lUllan now resiil,-.: , , eighty acrea Blore or
le... Appraised al tMN
M r. I s UHl e, Jcnuirj- lltl KtSt,
H.asi joiiv il. vienoi.D. meriir.
I MoeM Pletuanl Bask, en Maasaisf jVerUa,Msi
lit rlrteeof anesecatloa taawtdlrsteiid front tin i rwtrt
If nf f.OfnSIOtl Plea" of Uelinni-t I '..oT.ly.'i'! i, n il of-
lei br sale on TaeslsrttH MUi lay of Febrosr, ,.
Is.,.:. Isatwoen He hours of Me'cbM k a. f. and 4 o'clcn k
e . ol -sul ilsy al the front dour oftheCoart llonse, n
' r. i ,n -aid Coast; . the fo'rotviug I'eal 'late
situate ly i m and Icing iii l:,e county in SttlssaarLssd
arete e Ohio, aal o,in;, ,! ,,( aVeeriferdae f ii'owe tn
wu Is-n.g p. ,f Sen,,, , .. . j, n4) ToorpaBlJ a,,,. (
ami Kanrc hlcettriaHinsnnekii nleed and seeeii aerli
Andre .v .M,ers ct al, ei: Samocl Wi't-ama list
BV v rtu. of an r.r.ier o' '. to me direct, d Iron, tie
Court ' f'mn,i:ii plea, ol lWoiltl4taat ohi'. al
ii,eei-i;,,., term, f -.,.., wi l lo for sale at tho
fro- t door nf, j,,. Court llnu-e , R. CaJtSVllle in said
lleont) . on the nth rlay February. . i, i re
Ihehotirsof lOo'eiock a. . a d leelock r. n. of -aid day
lb fol.owmgile.-rili d Peal E-'ats ettiiate lying and be-
n:' in tie c itv p.,,i t ard Stale or Ohio aid
' ound.-il and seeeriked as ntbnrr, towfuanl hetne the
eastha't of the north wi-st inarlsf or wetlon Na o
rotrael i(, ((o, :.. and K.m.e o. n, ccn.ta, ilni eiiktr
ucres ol land, tu-iri or !es-. Ap,,re se, t: l to '
, loHtV c.ictfote, Hhcrnr.
Ps'irri.-Ts Ofn, Jan. 14. riX- jS ,
The Stat- of Ohio, Belmunt Countv, SS.
VoTit.'i; ,s hert'.y sreca 'hat the Miowint Hataed V.
-.s lomisiranrs r.ui (ssarlisaa have lied Ibkir ac
counts ai.il roocben mr odlee tor eetUenseni, to writ
Rlejisrd It. ftraa, A-lrn'r ol Joliu fion.-ly, Urc'd
Parry dulse. UnaTlhUI Of J - ,. ; !.j.
Pa-ri Uolse. Adet'i ol j. r ,i, Ream.dsVd;
'amea im-tee, aaardiaa oi Xacqariick, Dickson, John
n illisat and usbrie ila.s.
Merry KHiaajr ami Nathan J. Klasev; Alai'rsM Jamea
Het 1 1 u e Vdni'r r-r !! ben RistatMul, dn .1.
The tares list akdtre alnted accoonte trill o- for hear
Baettleineatontee Mil. cV the tore i.s.if,. tl-e uth
ilsreol Peb. nexl. Livtiti HA Rfiil, Prolate Judr,
Jan, II, 1-13.
Belsxmt Br. Bank,! IJV virtue of a., sliea venditioni
, , , T. L i " 1,1 ilirected l-om
JOnn J . Heeejaei, it,e emiri of -mninnn ;.eri ol llel
mont I. or ii:.,o, 1 Hit, offer for sale m i'.osost. 11,0
.il, Sao sef f-n -v. sT3. l-tw-c, rr.e hours oi III o'.
CMC A M. anil 4 ..-.-lock P. M. of sai.l dev. on Ihe preni-
aasof Jaas J. ll. skett.ii, tiosbe.. lowMblpinaatdcoaa.
ly, tbe lot lowing lloodi ami tkattlea, to ertti one brown
iiae.e,ii,ll,ea.l ol bOsp, atld I Went) -In acrc.of Wheal
hi t.ic iratutd i
JiOffii e n.oI."01'3' '
William S.iephcrJ., r virtue of a Wilt of venditio
ni , . ni, , ( 11 oi espoeaa toneelireoted from
at ..ton ilea lord. ibe coartol caauaaa nleaa of Bel
;n.....( oiitilv.Ohio. I w, tl oOer fr la'ooei TSI s.0,v. the
ard rtey tcrua-y, .-.w, Monrs ti, ,,.,. , lUo.
'"' h t. V.and4o':i.Kk P.M. ol aa.d lav, on the prein
i.e. ..t wniiam Bisspketd, in tVajka tosaraiabio in
-a'd eoaaty.trisaiiajwiuicoodsaBd euoUiea to wn one
sorrel bone, taken IsexecBlloa r. the property of il
tiaiu obei herd.
Tim State of Ohio, t 13 T I sue of a lit.' readL expo.
.r",, ., ,( "to use liretjud Iron, tl.ei
Beno.i, l . ,e I. ,.. tl.J , nr, ,,: , oiniUOti pleae of Bsl
monll .u.,tv.oi,io;i wlllo -iv, !,.r,a'eou 'Knoav. tho
let aay or Februar) , PIS, boiween Ito.bfara 01 iu o'
ebtck A. M. and 4 o rloek P M. ..:' said dav. o , ihe oreu..
isesof DanlefW. Ils-ri-, n.Kirkw.l tuwusbi,, j', ,d
county, tue i.,i lovftnj c-oo.!s ,nd cballlos, to wit. ouo
tny mare and one i., marr. a l-o, on Hie same dk
bMwata the sanie hours, I A ,H olur f. .ale at the laio
mMeaeeof Alexander Conner, in Kirk wood town.i.ip
u Lie aaid county nf Beltuoi.i. the follow in- fno.1. ami
c.iattie.. town, one bar o"1" aud one aoaral mare, ta
ken io i xe. stioa .is Ibe good, ami rtiatite. or Dauie! V
Harris and Alexaoder Ocatnot,
r, . J,,IIN c- MCllOLf, Sherif.
rnerilPa oificc. Jan. kl. IPA3. ,i.
Clislktey T; Holibwe.vn l virtue of a writ or van.
aa,, , V ' t 'J ditiOBjJ SSMBS, to me dt-
fc :za eti. Uradr, et sj.) led !r mi the court of rou,-
; nioonbuw ul Bslstottl Count . Ohio, I wi'l oifer Cot sale
i n r, SUaV, t.ie 1st dav of rsbraary, 1.-3, l elween the
hours or lb o'clock A. Iii. and! o'clock I'.M.oi sa.ddac
...ulli.-premises ol E i.j'-eth llra.lc, in C mon loarattaiu
hi sa.it const) . the Pmoirlai good, ami etiaitles, to arm
l aorrel mare, i two horse wagon li otsot head of bogs,
1 L J'.,;N c. MCilUlsH, Sherni;
i Fhe-nr . uzee. Jaa.ll, ipsa 1,
rpflC ondarsigsed will o'l'cr at pn'O,,. rale, at the door
. , .. " 11 V "" " day ..f FsasraaT,
. , j 'rvii!e. between .n hour- of iu o'. Iocs
' anl a o'eloi k r. II. ol 'A4asy, lot no. tM in the
tows of llendrpaliursh c.i ss.d eosaty. sto,da ihe pro-
ic-riy oi Ui-ujaioiii llackv .mi,.
. . ... t' .arilian oi Itei jaiiuit Hackworirt.
Jan. 91, i?j-. .y i
AD.MIa:iSTUAT( U'S SALE."
j Panier l.r atiniini-rat r de boola mm i
oi the rtu:e or J.k.n'' Kidu iW-r, dccM, f
! t nt . .
I uifl .a Khlwiler, et n, )
j rlrtaool a'i or frr of the court nf common tileas
aJ of Mluiotit County, OltsO. I will otter for taie on thu
I iiri'iuisM ol Ja 00 Ki in iter, 'alt- of a d roiiiny dect-aa-j
in MTfrroti ton nab to, ll. Itnoitt county. Ohio, on the
IVlOtAtU of t-Vhroarv, itWL mVMti tLtM.uura uf lo u'
aioofe A. If. and 4 oMock V, M. ul taid day, the follow
,i.j,: - i . i rii Mtols, tHiiaii ly in aud briii;. in aai.l
comity, to wit: Ue.ihinu;! l:x'S pc-rk bu itorlO of Un .
w foriitT ol toctiotl It. towoeiup f. arid rwgi G; tha-nre
cat 1J.M pOfCbei tho 008 ttortU 9dfrOOI wet.5J porch
I thMMfl MOfth 10 di-'-iretjj tail teM )erclw; MMM
J north 3s.' H It'Mt !.'U -"r thcuci; nort.'i 3a dt.
uroat n porcboa; tlaencr eoutli i vom prr:.pito the oUtoa
of iMlftDJttnffi c u.ttann .iy 3 rQOtla aiul TJ UOfOlbMi Alr-o,
I a UMitj ptrco) atljoiini'ir, tha- a;ii purr !iaed of Heoja
Btltl HMMird, aiul sfoicrH'Od to fo!luw: Iteinnini; attiie
ionth west fortit-r of f (iiou hi, town-; it. u, and rtUfif.
roUBlb eat .iti -irclit; tht-iirc norih tlct. wct . ,
perrhfi-; thouce wi.i l. porebeo Iboci krouiii i-jjo
eIn to Vtv. phtce oi" Ibfirlnii.n?, i unUimng three routta
aud H-loti ol a rood, he Ibt name more or h -M. aubjecl i i
lUO duwer OtttotO o Lv'lta Knlwilor, n ijjuvv of sa.d Ja
eih Kidwiler, doeOved, wluch n contained in Hie fof
iownu hOUbdtVy, to u it: -iir.iom :!: at tt.e aouth wet
corner of eoetloti 10, rutiniit noitll olerta natoit; thenco
f?al io the roaii; tiintt weA i org nd road lo f)ie aotiiri
fast corner of the porotl of ltm owned hy Jocob i. ...
wiler, dt erased; tin me in a wtriivvad'T direction to the
BUtetOf t09finuing, 'lrm u.adt' known on the day of
r-a!e. AiinraisK-il ai fXl,.V. f, LAtVH,
Adminiitrati'i dc Imhum lion of Jacob Kiwilor, dee'd.
Jan. VI, Io5sl. jI, ;gr .
VALUABLE LAND FOR BALE.
rpili: undceicnR a luiiniatralrig of tho estate of W.
A WaLSSS, is'.r ol lli luiunt County , dee'd, offers for
rale on Ibe piemiaea in Wheeling towiiabip, oa FBI
HAY, the KPii dav oi Fe'uuary next Initweeii the
taursol lo'clotk A.M. audi o'clock p. M.tbo lullow
ing valual le irOsprty, il Ix-ius patt nf the south east
ipiartrr of BSCtioq No. 3 of Towl sll;i No. 9 and Banga
S, roiilamine bn serea more or os, with tba appurten
ance. Il Inimrthe same land aaeebsaed i,y the said
deceased from Iten.ri Wilsunaml wife ,y dead dated i;nh
dav i : ii. i.'i". '.'i 1 amrVerorded in the Kee,o.der
urBfeof said OoaailY.VMs'.l l'ase M7, Teruia uisda
kuuu n on the dav of aate.
MARY JANi: H'ALKF.R, A.lininiatratrig.
11)' Uavio L. Jcmaua, her All',.