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understand this? Docs that paper propose ti
adopt the free trade and drcr.t taxation planl
of the Freesoll platform?
CHRONICLE & ADVOCATE.
n. k. cowkm, I Ed,,"'
THE PEOPLE, AND THEIR RIGHTS.
Friday Morning, March 18 1853.
NELSON BAItRERE, of Highland.
fro nil 't.u'v NNI
ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland.
FOR TSEAfll RKR OF null,
HENRY DRACHM AN of Hamilton.
FOR HICRRTARV OF STATS,
JNELeSON II. VAN V0RHB8, of Athens.
FOR ATTORNKV URKIRftL,
WILLIAM EL GIBSON, of Seneca.
FOR flt-PRIMR ( Ot'RT JIDOI,
FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga.
FOR ROARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
JOHN WADDELL, of Coshocton.
a- I I..-' I. ! .1
0TVVe have a very good double medium
SmHh Press, which we will sell very low for
Cash or would take a smaller Press in part
0rThose who hUvS'f&rtow'eti the remains
of a dearly loved daughter to the tomb, will
sympathise with, and readily pardon the want
of 'Editorial, so far as the Senior Editor is
QT'Lost. Any person who found a black
cloth Cape, lined with black muslin, would
confer a favor by leaving it at the Chronicle
The bill to provide for the publication ol
the laws in the county papers has become a
law. After a great deal of hard fighting the
two houses compromised on GO cents per 1000
cms. The law also authorizes the county au
ditor, probate judge ami prosecuting attorney
to determine what laws shall be published.
Retrenchment, is the word.
The Sub-Treasury Bill with the specie
clause stricken out became a law on Saturday.
It contains a clause that no bills of banks out
of our own State shall be received lor tuxes.
An amendment was offered that nothing but
gold and silver be received for taxes, which
amendment most of the Whigs voted for in
order to make the Locos go the whole hog.
It is said that if the amendment had been car
ried the bill would have been defeated for they
have not the stamina to face the brunt of the
battle in this defiant way. We think the re
jecting of the specie clause decidedly incon
sistent WlA the other provisions of the
MR. The Militia Bill was killed in the House, j
The crow-bar bHl has become a law.
Both houses adjourned on Monday. Three
fj-We were gratified to learn mat. me
Board of Trustees of the Wheeling Female
Seminary had appointed Mrs. S. B. Tuonir
som, Principal of that institution. From the
knowledge wc have of her qualifications we
have no hesitation in pronouncing the selec
tion a good one. She is, no doubt, eminently
qualified for the duties of that station.
This tirticle is advancing in price. Recent
indications lead us to believe that it will be at
least 33per cent higher than last year.
OirThe Hudson River Rail Road, withal
capital stock of $12,000,000, carries passen
gers at the rate of one cent per mile. The
Harlem Road does the same.
The "Uncle Sam" arrived at New York on
the 15th inst. bringing 100 passengers and
over $300,000 in specie. She reports nearly
84,000,000 on the way in steamers. The
emigration to Australia has nearly ceased.
The grain crops are forward and look en
couraging. Great excitement exists in Cola
county on account of Mexican murders, and
the entire Mexican population has been
driven out. Rubies, Emeralds and diamonds
been found In the interior.-Benyra has Ireen
fixed on the Capitol of tire State. A great
Tiot occurred in the city between some
Chinamen and Biitish sailors. Rebellion in
China is more threatening. A proposition to
transfer the 1 sovereignty of the Sandwich
Islands to the United States has been e
pudiated by that Government. Markets at
San Francisco arc brisk, and prices fairly
maintained. Importations of flour haevy &.
prices sunk to $12(5)813 per barrel for lair, ii
Bank Faili bes. The Bank of North A
suerica at Seymour, the Eastern Bank at
West Killingly, and the Woodbury Banks,
all in Connecticut, have failed.
Graham's Magazine for April is before us.
He says, and truly, that it is the best number
he has yet furnihl to his readers It con
tains 144 pages of reading matter of a superior
kind. In evidence whereof read the
The Pilgrims of the Great St. B rnard, by
T. Buchanan Read. A Day at Waterloo;
The Ericssons; The Forest Rivulet; He en
Lynsey; The Returned Lute; Marcus Tullus
Cice'o Gubbins, L. L.; Lina, or the ABhtons:
Songs of George P. Morris; The Cherry
Tree; My Life; The Pearl of Lima; Imogen;
The Banker and Cobler; Tssso's Gerusa
lemnie; Lamartine'a Lines st St. Bernard;
The Heroism of Labor; Sonnet; Edwin Per
cy Whipple; To Noma; The Hungarian
Revolution; Letters from Home; The Homes
and Graves of Byron, Etc; Autumn Flowers;
u, Bsoks; Aspene Court; A Tale of the
Revolution 1 Rossis and Her Serfs) March
i Birds; Review of new Books.
Price $3 per annum. Address G. R. (iia
I ham, Philadelphia, Ps,
DirUns Household IVords. Contente of
2nth No. of the present volume:
A Digger's Diary; Overland Tour to Ber
monndsey; The Field of the Cloth of Flax;
The Leaf; The Captain's Prisoner; Madame
Kbe's Establishment; The Roving English
man. Register. Sarcasm and Satire- A well
merited compliment California Statistics
of Mexico Public Schools in Massachusetts
Hayti Shipnology Mortality of London
Matrimonial News or the week ending
February 22, Foreign and Domestic Finan
ces of Maryland Relics Penetration of the
Price $8,50 a year, weekly.
McElrath & Lord, 17 Spruce St: N. Y.
We have received from the press of Dcwitt
dj- Davenport, New York, a new work entitled
"Beatrice or the unknown relatives," by
Catharine Sinclair. The design of the work
is to show forth the means made use of by the
Popish Church to compass its ends. We
have not had time to give it more than a hur
I ried examination but shjjlL probably speok of
Also, Ruth Harnett, or the. loves of the
Earl of Rochester," by Wm. II. Ainsworth.
We have not read the work but from tho
known ability of the author we anticipate
much pleasure from its perusal.
Price of each work 60 cts.
Would the Publishers please send 119 anoth
er copy of the ' Wide, Wide World." Some
ODt who it seems possessed more literary
taste than honesty stole it from our table, and !
neglected to return it. We would (eel grate
fa for another copy, as we know its author
to be a lady of rare literary attainments, and J
as inculcating a high moral tone in all her
For the Chronicle.
A FALSE CHARGE!
Mr.. Howard: At some period within the i
last few days our attention has been called
by different persons to an article which ap
peared in your paper of the 4th inst., entitled j
CoUHTT Commissioners vs. Animal Mag
netism. In which production we are charg
ed with denying the use of the Court House'
to persons to enlighten the public on the a
bove named science. We deem it due to
ourselves nor less so to the community we I,
serve, to state the facts in the case. I
Never at any time or in any wise verbally
Of by writing, privately or publicly, individu-j
oily or collectively, have we been applied to L
for the use of the Court House for that pur-1
pose. Of course we have never expressed a
determination that it should not be thus used.
As to the subject of animal magnetism it is
altogether beyond the limits of our official
province at present, as to the future we can
not speak. The contumely attempted to be
cast upon us in the above named effusion in j
which we stand indicted for ignorance, parti
ality and prejudice, must pass unnoticed. We
were ignorant of any one wishing to discuss
the subject in the Court House partial to jus-
tice and prejudice in favor of common sense. 1
We merely wish to exonerute ourselves from (
this ful.se charge and defend ourselves from
the misdirected shaft of popular prejudice.
SWAN C. VANCE,
JOHN P. NEWNAM,
Commissioners of Belmont Co.
THE GARDINER CASE.
WASHINGTON, March 12.
In the Crimnal Court, the United States 1
vs Geo. A. Gardiner, indicted for false 1
swearing, in order to procure an award from 1
the late Mexican Board of Commissioners. I
District Attorney Kendall and Henry Muy of
Baltimore for the United States; and Joseph .
H. Bradley and James H. Carlisle of this city,
and B. F. Perry of South Carolina (or the
defendant. There being three District cases
docketed, Kendall proposed to take up the
case of John Charles Gardiner, which was 1
objected to by the Counsel for the defendant, 1
on the ground that there not ready for thin
case, and that it was only accessory to that
of (ieo. A. Gardiner. The Court decided I
that the case of Geo. A. Gardiner must first 1
be tried. The Jury was then empanelled.
Mr. May then opened the case, and spoke of
its great importance. He said it was the
boldest, largest, and most successful case of 1
fraud yet known against Government. The I
dignity and respectability of the United I
States in the eyes of the world, were at stake t
in the issue. He gave a succinct history of 1
the case, anil then stated what the prosocu- 1
tion expected to prove. Dr. Gardiner, in his i
memorial to the Board of Commissioners
stated, that early in the year 1H44, he was
lurgely engaged in mining operations in tbe 1
State of San Louis Potosi in Mexico, em- 1
ployed 500 laborers, had upwards of $300.
000 invested, had men, buildings, steam-engines,
mules, and men of science; that in
1840 he was compelled to abandon the estab
lishment, his possession having been disputed
by Mexican soldie y: that said mines were
worth half a million ond would have yielded
him $50,000 per annum The accused filed
with the memorial depositions purporting to
he from persons residing in Mexico, going to
show that he owned the mines. The issue
was upon the truth or falsity ol these asser
tions! The United Slates affirm and expect
ed to prove that every statement in said
memorial, and every paper presented by him,
were TbIsp Iroui beginning to end, were pure
fiction and invention. Gardinr received from
the United Slates, as fruits of the fraul,$42S
750. They expected to show that the mine
w is so vaguely located it could not be found
hv the Commissioners, although they offered
$500 rward to be shown it; that persons
whose names were furnished as evidence of
title, could not be found in IfexloO) that every
one of the depositions were made in Wash
ington and the title manufactured here; that
Dr. Gardiner was a poor Dentist and never
could have worked such a mine as he describes;
that he was practising dentistry in a small
town on the Pacific coast, thousands of miles
distant, and that the mine, the title, the seals
and signature, of public officers in Mexico
were all forged.
Mr. Bradley thinking there was not time
for his opening argument to-day the Court
adjourned till Monday morning.
OrThe Journeymen Carpenters of the
City of Wheeling sre on a strike for higher
PHILADELPHIA, March 11.
A horrible murder was committed in South
wark during last night. Two married women
sitters, llannsh Shaw snd Ellen Lynoh.wcn
found dead in their house this morning ol
half pat seven o'clock. A trunk containing
$180, belonging to Mrs. Lynch, whose bus
hand had loft for New York on Wednesday
morning, was broken open ond the money
stolen. The persons who occupied the lowei
part of the house had been to I bill all night,
and returning this morning found the women
dead. There is great excitement, and 11
number of arrests have been made. The in
quest has net yet finished.
nn rxnn. iimnon 01 tne bodies or the
women was had. Forty-one stabs were found
on that of Mrs. Lynch, five entrring jthc
heart; and 17 wounds on that of Mrs. Shaw.
An attempt was made to burn the house
down, but after burning a hole in the kitchen
floor the fire went out. Many arrests have
been made, including an old Sins-Sing convict
named Arthur Spring.
ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA.
NEW YORK, March 15.
The Africa arrived last evening. She left
on Sunday afternoon with $100,000 in silver.
The news by this arrival is generally in
teresting. The Turkish government has re
jected the ultimatum offered to them by Aus
tria respecting Montenargos, placing herself
in the hands of France and England, to have
the dispute amicably settled.
It is reported that Russia demands an ulti
matum from Turkey, and a war is considered
The India mail has been received.
The advices from Trieste ore unfavorable
to the British Provinces. It is rumored that
the King of Burmah has been dethroned by a
In the House of Commons on Friday, the
subject of Jewish disabilities was discussed,
the object being to extend to Jewish subjects
the Biime privileges enjoyed by Protestant
ii8senters. A motion was made by Lord
Russell, that the House go into Committee to
consider the subject. Carried by 23 I to 205.
The ship Hemisphere arrived at Liverpool
from New Orleans, and brings the crew, 16
in number, of the barque Charles.
Frigate London, from Cundiff for San Fran
cisco, was abandoned at Sea. The Chief
Mate of the steamer Victoria, which was lost
jff Dublin, has been indicted.
The Manchester Bourd of Trade returns to
January show an increase of export of nearly
Due million over the returns of lust year.
The ship Three Bells arrived in the river
I'liames from Melbourne with 78,000 ounces
jf gold dust.
It is not believed in London on 'change
that the difficulty between Austria and Tur
ey will result in a war.
The Budget will be placed before the As
icmbly in March.
One hundred and fifty political prisoners
lave been arrested by decree.
The bank of San Fernando has agreed to j
idvanoe to the Government fifty-two mil
ions of reals, on credit, payable in receipts
in Havana in 1854.
Freedom from CoupH in teit minutes.
tVlien this announcement appeared in our
idvertising columns, accompanied by price
inly twenty-live cents per box, we naturally
iupposcd it a mere catch penny, but begin to
egurd it as sober reality. As coughs,
loursenesn, etc., are somewhat prevalent, we
tannot perhaps render our readers a little fa
or better than to recommend to those who
nay be afflicted, to try BRYAN'S PUL
MONIC WAFERS, to be had at the agents.
See adv. They are pleasant to the palate,
ind their curative effects truly wonderful.
Vrie Orleans Delta.
P. S. We endorse the above.
Appropriations made by Congress.
Among the appropriations made at the late
ession of Congress, were 'the following, which
tie find summed up in the Intelligencer:
For-the extensi in of the Capitol, two ap
propriations are made, one in the deficiency
jill of $400,000 and the other in the general
ippropriation bill ol $600,000.
For the Patent Office, towards the erection
f the weBt wing, $200,000.
For repairing the President's Mansion, in
cluding cleaning, painting, whitewashing, ex
cnd'ng the east wing of offices for carriage
louse, &c, $7,300; and for healing, venlila
ing, painting, thu exterior, painting the walls
ind ceilings of the rooms on the first floor,
ind the purchase of books for the President's
For refurnishing the President's house, to
M expeuded under the direction of the Presi
lent, in addition to the proceeds of the sale
jf the furniture and equipage of the said house
ns may be out of repair and unfit for use, $25,
D00. For the Eastern Branch Bridges, to be ex
pended in completing the repairs thereof, $4,
000. For the Equestrian Statute of Gen. Jack
son, to compensate Clark Mills therefor, and
make it the property of the United States,
For an Equestrian Statute of Washington,
Liur readers are aware, a special act made an
ippropriation of $50,000.
For paving Pennsylvania avenue, from the
President's square to Rock creek, in addition
to former appropriations, $14,700.
For enclosing iho triangular lot, opposito
the Centre market, with an iron fence, $4,
500. For erecting lamps, on both sidps of Penn
sylvania avenue, Irom Seventeenth street to
Georgetown, and from the Capitol to the Na
ty Yard, $3,000.
The Ctrkt in the several Exxutiue Depart
ments, 1 1 o in ami aiter llie .(.mi of June next,
are to be arranged into four classes, with dif
ferent grades of salary, and no clerk is to be
appointed in either of the classes until he
shuil have been examined and found qualified
by a Board of three Commissioners, one of
whom is to be the chief of thu Bureau to which
ihe clerk is to he appointed, and the other
two to be selected by the head of the Depart
ment to which the Bureau is attached. Class
number one is to receive an annual salary of
nine hundred dollars each, class number two
an annual salary of one thousand two hun
dred dollars each, class number threo an an
nual salary of one thousand five hundred dol
lars each, and class number tur en ennusl
salary of one thousand eight hundred dollar
Thf outstanding afnrj ,,f the United Stat-
may be purchased by the Secretary of th
j Treasury at the current market prire, to b
paid for from any surphet funds in the Troaa
, ury, provided that tho balance in the Tre-n
nry shall not at any time be reduced belov
The Afr.riran lioun,diry Commission is con
tinned till April M, 1854, and the ItHHsfj
appropriations made therefor.
NEW MODE OF GRAFTING.
n iriemi irom Massachusetts has communi
cated tho following mode of grafting the pescl
on tin willow. Benj,the willow short unti
the two ends lake root &, grow in (he ground
, Then bury a peach stone midway betw een, A
j when th young tree attains a height to inter
sect the willow above, cut a slit in this lattet
pass tho peach twig through it, and close III
the opening with the preparation cominonh
used in grafting. A short time thereafter Ml
! on" the peach stem uunderneath and it will con
j tinue to grow out of the willow.
A young naval officer when asked whai
period of the battle was most appalling re.
plied, "Tile few hushed rnomenU when they
sprinkle the deck with sand, to drink up the
human blood as yet unshed."
CINCINNATI, March 15.
nit our nan risen 10 incncs. Wealhei
clear and cold.
Markets generally very dull and most
articles tend downwards.
Flour dull; small sales at 83,703,75.
Corn 2000 sacks Sold at 44( 45c sks in
cluded. Cheese 9(o)9c (or choice.
Clovcrseed in fair demand; 350 bus sold at
Provisions lower. Sales of 100 hhds
; Bacon Shoulders, deliverable at Madison, ot
j 6C packed $15,50; d Sides, city, at 7J; bulk
j shoulders 5c.
Groceries firm. Sugar 43)54) Molasses
,2yi29Jj other articles unchanged.
Roll butter 12 to 14jc; with fair demand.
NEW YORK, March 15.
hales or 3000 bbls State Flour at $1,75;
j Ohio 94,93( 5,12; Southern 6,1805,95.
: Wheat unsettled.
Lard and Butter unchanged.
NEW YORK, March 15. DIED.
j On Monday morning, 11th inst., ol
I Uterine Ha?inorrhuge, Mr.s. Lucy Ann, wife
of Mr Edward Hcatheriogton, of this place,
and eldest daughter of the senior Editor of
this paper, in the 25th year of her age.
For several years the deceased dad been
an exemplary member of the M. E. Church.
She obeyed the injunction, "Remember now
thy Creator in the days of thy youth," and,
though the destroyer came at a time wlien
it was least expected, she was found fully pre
pared. She leaves behind her on affection
ate partner, two interesting children and a
large circle of relatives and friends to mourn
her untimely departure. They mourn, how
ever, not as those without hope, but with the
glorious expectation of b?ing re-united in a
place of eternal rest, "where sickness and
sorrow, poin and death are felt and feared no
more." We tesder our sympathies to the af
flicted relatives in their great affliction may
they learn to bow with submission to the will
of the Almighty, and draw nearer to the hand
that wields the chastening rod. Oh! remem
ber that these broken links but serve to shor
ten the chain and bring you nearer and neur
erto the enjoyment of Heaven with the 'lov
ed and lost."
Another hand is beckoning on,
Another call is given;
And glows onco more with angel flops
The path which reaches heaven.
One young and gentle (riad whose smile
Made bright simmer hours,
Ann. I thu frosis of autumn time
Has left us Willi the (lowers.
No paling of the cheek ol bloom
Forewanind us of dcay;
No shadow from the sBeM land,
Fell round our sliier's way.
The light of her youim Itte went down
As .Inks behind the hill
The glory ol a Belling star
Clear, suddenly and still.
As pure and sweet hsr fair brow seemed
Eternal ns the tky;
And like the brookV low pong her voice
A sound which could not die.
And half wo deemed she heeded not
The changing of her sphste,
To itive to heaven a shilling one,
WI10 wulked an angel here.
The blessing o( hcrqAiet lila
Tell 011 us like the dew;
And good thoughts, where her foorateps pres'd,
Like fairy blossoms grew.
Sweet prompting unto kindest deeds
Were in her very look;
We read net foOfl as oua who reads
A trus and holy book;
The plenture of a lilcesed hymn.
To which our In arts could move,
The breathing ol nn inward psilm,
A canticle of love.
We miss her in lbs place of praysr,
And hy the IteSrui-lire's light;
We pauce Uu le her do. ir to hear
Once mottlier svfuet "good night."
There teems a shadow in the dny
Her smile no longer cheers;
A dimness on the stnrs of night
Like eyea that lyok through Icarg.
But us unto our Father will
This thought hathrefoifeilt'd;
Thai he whose 'ove 1 i(eeedeili oura
Math taken horau Ujft child.
Fold her, O FathaH in thine arms,
And let her le iicelof th be
A messenger ol love between
Our hum ui hearts and thee!
.' . : 'i '.S,t ' .- 1
Btlll let her mild rebuking stand
Between us and the wrong,
And her dear memory serve to make
Our faith in goodness strong!
And grant that she who trombling.hero,
Distrusted all her powers,
1 My welcome lo b;r holitV
1 , ilW
, JTb well bsloesil if tntrrl TfMwur.
n I. 'Thf ulUntl'm of niir rler li i a!l4 M lli ailvsr-
Itlsi Msetef I) i t. usee, Bs, , Sftsi rr ike Pisessstsa
; lr,trafir.s f'otnpany. TliMrti.- xhfttry ami p.a.lita ofm
( aiiran' ,a, in frw unrla. very eftrrestff atatM; and a.
e r- - ,,ntifl r ra,li'rati avail tin- m"t uf tl, arivan
r ISfa,eintrM Irf this fM 0M SslMria4 IsSHlSIInn,
ADMIMSTK ATOU'H NOTIOK No.
IIM I btftfcp t.fttl thflfttt MM Vt' Court fnr'
I lU'tfiM.iit County, tli' i.i.'Ur.i'.'i" ii MrMflMMMl
f I AM MesIMM M AfftMltiilWfttOff frflM NtAM '-f AkAtii
dM Klin, 1Mb .f MfhraM 'outil , 4m fan-el.
Ah iljii! 1 rn!' Mad to Mid Mtatoj r r .jijeie-rt to makr
iriirnMj4ti MflWMj Aft4 tf ti. ivintr elttfM arum ft
Alt) -'Ut, fi: hQtlMlito ,if;ltl llMM NM nCUlf incut
wnliin on y:u from tint rtat-.
- 0 Mar. k, K'.tfccT HAktlXTOff, A4tHltilfftlf4
J 'IM THE CREDITORS or THE KB-
. ' IWn ft;tjfiiiti-fi py the Vf 1 4 Ifettfl t ito(Mi . Count)-,
I into, wmlMMMi tin.- i snc- jftiM - fJto?fj ateVi,
I r.irr-Mivl In Ml Vlis( TM ptfMMl "f 'i moii. i, i irom
. I tli dftU uf llii- hi..r- i, iim ' 'I CfMilOffl hmif in aii'l '
1 fritvf their tfcUflMI avaiitt id MUl. Th MMftAvt j
'a ) Will A'.'.MlJ to ih fluty ol Ml -fti't vj" '-"'-ul 41 III: to I
' mm i'ik Hi 1 liWHHh iieviJi'lv, M !" btrttrt of Jatoh :
r I ("oli-invi Ill III" towaflllp Ol Kim'. lb rouiity
f ol MtntOMt, on Hi-'urrUy the I tit 1 1 i1ft . Ajn , fMi ami
I I On aach 4aj intftaJtof w tiinn un: ftto4 of it momim
1 from tin fata at hti office In Hi. fJlatraVilh) in mid umn
. it. Baa4 at aU. Uairavtlla an tliia iit!i day afltoralL
' W. l. J. . OLOVLk, Coiiioai-oiicr
I JMerrh jf, 13. 4t.
. . jV OTICK TO CONTRACTOR. Rt
' j J- pair m Tna rfaTjnnat Uoai. Heaifd nfflpuajln
. will he reoeived lor rnnalfl 'n the National Ut.f tor the
( year IM3,aj follow -
At MOBklHTOWN, at the houe of Mrs. Price, or!
, t-. tfit itl uf Jfirir nr f, until I WO 0001 111 tli-
"f: fr that :'.-!.- Ot M riad vhik I HWMi the
UIho River and iik Inilinc the ta.th Hi I la wet.
, At WASH 1 KOTO Jt, attbahooM ol p. B. Ankrny, i
aanaa, 11 it a . April, um-i j o'clock m the i
I eflernosin. for that oortnn of the Hoa.l .tig ftWOf
ii,- .!-!, ' mill', I oth in InatfVi - ,
At KAN Bf! V I LIsK, at Ilia Wumhiw Houac. aa Wrtn$
, iay, tht rth i.f JtpHtt until i oMtir.a in the aIlerniOM,
for inal (lortion ot I'm- loa I !nia? iH.twcen the - l-i and '
I atrl mu mlfea. Luth IncinalTn,
At HKBHon. at the botiae oC Mr. loaa.aa Fr14fftht
fi'h rffljr of April, uulil n o'clock, noon, lor that portion
ol the (load lying hciwceii the 'Jlnt and luth uulef. both
I At C0M;IDCH. at the office of the Hoard of PuMic
! Work, an fafarafaf, tAe 9tk of April, until I o'
j clock in the afternoon, for that portion ol Uia It- cd l ntjt
; Latwaan the 1 1 3th and ixtfa ml lea, i oth Int laalra.
I At laAKAYtT'i'i;, at the Aurier-on 1 avern, a Mon
l -I (. '. ,, until 1 nClncfe in the alter
noun, for that portion oi thr roivl 1 iii? t "twreti UM 13' Hi
and I71it milrf . Ijo'.i. InCtoalVa,
I'roiii the Onto lltver, went to t' 130'.!i ini'c, inc'u
live. Bidders will hid for tir t et qnalltf nl l.ioieatonp,
j and for a like matt-rial for tne toatli, leOtband lelrftolnts
j From the lentil to th MM) tolltt, iNanaftna. tun ma
! tenal iniit If ol the baat qoaiiiv ol Vtrantsad WaWnl,
j Bids fyr uiiicreened travr! will be t onaMarnd for that
j portion of the Komi lying l.tiwecn Hie lUiui and ICeth
nil lei, inclusive,
i BBtfl will lie considered, for HJfSgi '( l.'-in' tct "
' l-ii that portion ol the Kuad lyins in tween tiit 3Uh and
t 4th mile-', inclusive, am! tor mtui CaraM to! the tjth,
jiUi ami fiat nliaa
Bid-for ecri ened Orftvel, arill lie Cntilidirod for that
portion of the Koad IjrllMJ MlWeon the llMM a;.d 13. th
milt i?, both Inclntlvn,
j lliil for sicrio-m-Travel fmm Black l ick or Hi Wal
nnt Craaka( wilt nt ennnMnraal tor .hat portion of tfaa
Road lyinf batwann the natn and AtBth niihaii tih m
CHaaivn A prlca pat rod nr too cubic toatt will be bid fjrijiiarr--Ittfi
bnnling ami hroaJtinga Inctndini tun nruotn in one '
hui. Alno, a price par ran of HjU enhn raet, for qnarrjf- j
int.' and haullun in ana Uld and a price r rod of loo
i OniC feci, lor hrcakint:, in one hid. Ho that the orry
liifi hnullni and brnaking may be ffivoTi to one conttnr
tor; Uf tbe quarrying and haohinf to one, and the ureak
ing to anothar, the bidr may datorninos
'.iiiractors urboobtalu tvork, will be crpactad tocoru
, totnen at oncOf und to ezecuin it promptly) within tbe
tunc pectfled in tbe bonde tVban tbe delivery nt ma 1
tenal La awarded to one contractor, and Um breaking In
another, the loruier mut progroaa With tbO work no a
n-.t tii delay t'.e latter. '
Una third part of tho work biuat be dona every con
I aaeutlfn ehtty dapa Irnw the date oi the untrac't, ami
the whole uiUit le completed hy tlM HOlh day ol Octobat
The natartai, w hether of Llmoetonos nuc Core, or
firav ci, muat be of auch quality ne tbe Acting Comniia '
itonar, or f' ident Engineer will approva uud muat i
broken In piecaa not to exceed tour ounce- In weight; '
and where beruened (i ravel la need, all piueei aacanoinj , i
lour ouncoe in weigbt must I e lifOkeUa
ia niauti will he made at itated partoda, a the work I
Intoruiation that may be deiirod, between this ami the
letting, may be obtained on nppiicntlou t Tuoiiad Mil
Lfett and FnaNcu t kattiiiTca, Baq., tfuperiutandanti of
Repel re, or to J. Mitcukll, Iteeideut Bugiuaer in
charge of the National tload, Bidder not known to the
Commiaaionaro' Biif iuaor muat give eatitfltetory refer
All nidi mutt be icaled, a- d addreeead loOEOHOE V.
MAN YPJ&KN Y, Acting i'omminloner, and eudoreed on ;
the outside ''Prouoeali lor National ltad."
(1KORUK W. MANVPEWY,
Acting Ceatanjaenaf Aaard sOatie Wotkt,
March Ir. leAU.t,
T MY INSTANCE AS ATTACH-1
mi'iit was thii day lenued hy Wm. fiiii Mayor of 1
the village oi Brldgejtorl, Belmout Co., Ohio, aijaiuat j
the proirorty ami flecta of '1'liouiaa Latum r ai aiincuud
iuu detitor. Dated thlaOth March is".t.
March IH, lfH3. 8t.' JAB. A. Git AY,
VJ OTICE. The Bubscribera bavo qultbu
X eineeein PtOlairevIlln, and wlali all poraoue In I
debted to them to call at the old Rtattd Itaud am! fettle' '
up by tire nret of April, ui.arltl.) T. t J. OtJBOHNE.
SALK OF REAL ESTATE The un-j
deretgned will oiler at Public Sale, on Battoday, ,
tbeOd of April next, the farm lately occupied hy then
widow id John Hatcher riec'da Lying on the National
Koad m i leu cat ol MorrlfftOWn, am! ioiullig Jueeph
tttlnari land on i!ie weat, being a part ot the eouthwont
qr. of taction !, in range a, towuabip t. t 'ontaiuing lot
acres. Xormi Usiile kuowo u:i iid uf ia!i .
Maui on iUii tunti
Marc ) ih, 'iX Executore of Maid Batata.
WHAT CAN BE GOT FOR 5.
The underchjiwd have antotod into an arrangement hy
which they atfioo tu hintisii the Knickerbocker MagaxHiee j
monthly J the Houie Journal, eeklt , ami t&e HUalCal
world and 'PtUie, ( weakly 0 the new Mtbecriberc, at tbe
very moderate price ol Nvedollare a year lurthe three
pnulicatlotini ail order, eucloeiug thatamouuttoOyar k :
Villia, will be prompt! i attended to,
Publiaher ol tin- Kniekerbocktri '
klURUI ji &. vVIMJB, 1
I'ulilfebere f tip- llumc Journal. 1
DYEn & WILLIS,
ruMiehereof the Uuslcal World and Timea.
Broadway, Now York
Grant! Liter nry mid Art'etlc Combination '
Airangementa hdVe lieeti made to fumiih tbe K nicxaji j
boikkk MiiJiiivL, the HuHl JuiiiNAi:, and the Naw f
VOitK Ml IK a, I. WORLU SI TiMI, 10 NUW m RIBKM
for rtvB noLfastaj a yaarl Tbieia cheap literature, with
a vvngeaucoi The KatOafcaaocKKe f $'i nor annum ,
the Homl Jul iimi., and the Slceiiat. Vt'oRLD and
Tiataa, g3; nmkingSfl a yearti tne uaualratea, That
three en eh worke con I obtained tor yivi noLLaJta a year,
i a fact worthy thaOauiaic at'i. wbtch just now being
ushered Of the KtKnnoiin Uaoasiao, edited by i
Lewis HaVtoan Cl tax, it H unne. c8r.ary 10 ipeake For
twenty yearn it ha boon the moat !!i nial, btlinoroua, and
iptcy MmontblyH in tlw W'orMt aaia the proaeut voluma
w tit he IretU'r than any w hich preceded it. The IIomk
Jot anal, edited by Oao. P. Moauie, ami m. p. Wh.i.ii.
well known a the beat feuiily nwaMtner in Amen, a;
and the Mi im. 41. Wo tin sn Timlh, edited hy Ri'iiiRU
lTORH6 tVitlsUa) Wltll LOWKUa MaOH, '"" H 't RTIB, I '
Trtoaaa Uaartaue, Wat, h- Bftaoscov,Gio, F.Root, and
ntimr muelCaV wi iters ontriltuitug, ami which ilvea, a I
mongoiher thinds over $b worth oi mueic ami a mil
course of liistructiOH 10 hartuony annually, a the v ry '
beat loatsical journal ever iwldieneda There tbrto puMi' . 1
Oatlone w ill i out a family up in recant to uaay eve y- ;
thing worth knowlogi tn, Rctouca, Literature Music, I
raintlng, nculpttirO Inveutioni, Di-coverni; Wit, llejoj i
nmr, Fauy, Senluuent; Hie N'uwent Paeblonaand Other j
attracttone (tor l.adiv-; Choice Kew Mueic for the Pah-1
bath, Ihe Church, and the Piroalddi ItevirWi and I rill-.
j ciameol Musical Worke, Perlormera & Perltormaoeast; In
abort, the very pick ami cream oi Novo ijr. Incideitt, 1 1 ,
tory, Biography, Art, Literature and Beleucoi Hirudin-'
, whatover can he glvou in eartodiCata tu proinote Hi-aHhy , 1
I Anmseotout am) Pulhl luatructloii m the family, and help j
to make it Better, VYiaar, am! llappim, may la now BO !
'. tamed lor riva MtitiU, Addraas
DYBg iV WILLIS, CS7 RrsWivy.
Feb. 1, 1.W. .
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
I MIE UNDEtiSKiNED ADMIMSTRA-'
I TOR Of the estate of Rrftll Itomann. Will 0 ler lor
sale on Satuiday ihnli.h iijy of April. A. IK IMS, upon
the piamtsoa t tolluwim real eatoto, io it: loiug port
of Uia south waste tarter of section No. Township No.
lUOfKaHved "i l'id WJect t MbJ 'l Weubanville,
ti ii, contaiaing ! lacrae, euiject to lltodowar -'f Julian
KoaiUUe, therein and htlng the MIM preinir-es upon
which the aid Evan It'. nam der'd 'i dwo't. Paid
premteei an; iiiuaie.l in the weft end of PlusblUg town
ship ami ;.' M.H one mi'e south west of Pomphreiff Mill.
Pale to commence at u u clock on t-h il day when the
termaofeale will be made known. The premivi an- ap-prai-elat
$ I'd. HltltlSO l. ROMAN!,
March II. 4t Adm'r. ofEvOQ R'nua'ii.dec'd.
BALE OF LAND.
mllF.KK will lie o'lVrp.l br a'i' mi Hie BfeilSSS. in t'ole
1 ram iawaalili, on Tusmlsy. ttic i in ilavnr April, es
IwssNlbs Ooursoi 10 oVoefc, a m. ami 4 uturk 11. oi.
the (ulluwin, dsasrlRSat Bssl I'.. late, to wit:
EIGHTY ACRES OF LAND,
aitnafd oi FAI.I. Bt'N ill the township afonuhl, lie
mi: the pruiTty of Jiihn U-pwii, ilrrraai'il. All luidlaU'
tea litis will ha glVsa liiiiiiedia e Hiaaalaa will lie
Ives, TSfeO lni-u kn(w-u on the ilav ot aato..
M area 7 i"3. VtATKH UKov., Kxecmor.
Y. I) WIN JONBS HAS ApPIJBO TO
I i thu Powialsslunsr of limuiveutaot Dsluioiit Caaa
ty, Ohio, iimlcr the aet rutitleil ' An act H;iileiiiaiilatv
ti. lha act lor th reliet ul Inaolvenl duMoi.," iaaard
i e:.. i.t, ieu
Ceoiss ot tii eresss4lti before the ouamlsswie?
vviille ratilrneil anil filial in tho Clerk'" llltire nt the
Uourl ol IHaillinn 1'leaa of Boirl County on nt hufcii the
nrt.i itay of the neat teun. os rcqiiirtil hj llit til w wind
'.fiv id itl i uwtcktvjitirv,
I Ustf p It. ef. Csavr ef leeelvsiiMi
8a1o of Real Bctati by order of Oeert
Kill Tfrrn A. J. IS52.
famuei M'Wiiiia'n finardiani
of J'honiaa Mr WiUmn.n. t pnrtnanre ,f ,t,
t i I irei ii ihe t eon !
I I 'onae rr, i ! I j .:;. I r. M,on PftM I'f Hel
mont t'ountp Ohro. htd at the I ail Term thereof A f
I I'M, ihe oMtorelgMi ilioHer at mi iifa1 rrofetnrdav
the Ifth da) ol April A.H. Ptl( M 11 oVfo r, ft, f(M lh;
from rlorifiif the Coiirl krn- in Pi. f.'lCiraf , ir fnt low
ing Real v. ta'e. the proparir off nomie Vr trliiiaine
a Minor in wit: being pari of the t,; p, ggg -j-. g, p, (
bag inning fortlaaame at a while oal ow itandirrgon
the N.lrmndtVf ftfeotd t. and IO lag the x. y ttr nt'
PamnelO. Mewittitme tract ol tad, then ft, ifi'iivn
pnif.uia pnatvfrofn wiiichg white ogh g inchfg bjdl-1
emeter bearaP.lt W.!jPnke,gndg hltkorp lomehea I
in diameter noarg N. M - R, t llnki, Iheoca n . 2V7 ir, ,
ki!i to a rtone p'm.nd In the n.:rl'e t the Mnrrl
to vn roal, iVnce s : i- w t- M 100 poire to i Mom, v
thence n. vi rmtea to the finplng.rnfitaininf s ifm I
3;,." he, moreleaai AaadreedMIMIO'HM, Ttrme
nt ete. owe half 1 Ihe purchase run- m to i Mttd on Nie
day Of a'-. the remaiMiif hir 10 inn annua' in
taimetrte, with intetedt the won from daw . i hi higheai '
lepjat hi Ider to he the pUffhaaet,
M'h It, l-5?. a. leuardian a- amr aa.d. j
Htate oi Ohio, Belmont County, m.
Court of Commta Plotg in AiUohngtnt.
V addh at Bait, rrilK eatd delewdant A hM crad
v. ( I wore tii mk- notioe, that ao
lamM J. lasOWheod.l the Itth day of iaouarr, 19J&, the
plaintiff ied out a writ of Atta.hiu nt tgtUettbe eg
' - of the dafendairt, a non rei leaf d' trior, be (ore John
II. Johnson, a IflftiCO oi th- PeOOe. hi and or Ibtegafl
bounty, elalmlOg tii i of gW.'. and that afterward
ncli pro read inai wore hgd, that it. k. w, Millar rredtt'
or-, of the ih fenrlonl Al d their Claim for )tV, I?, hejift
tM eeld Ivetice ami that in eaiiroajneni e ihtrcni the eaid
I aet I ce cortiBH hi praceedHnii to ti.i coort, at im
Par log i nn i-vi. am erding u law, and U at Mm ad uit
ii now p'-udiiif in the aaid ourt. '
March IKtWL I H. J. II. BBATON f lerk.
rf)l. R HUNDRED ACRES Of LAND
lying um mile north ol FLt-'HUI NO to llarrhMej
OMnttj iid !a.d i we! ada;ted to fermlwO f rr-w r.
arid Will BgaOld in lota lOflMR pOffheaCf, for WVOM
Hvto WM. VV. IIOLUWAY,
March It. MB1i If, lildgepert. fikla,
GEORGE P. fSMITir k CO.
'o. r.i Vid fSlri tl, Pittlxirzli.
KBSI'BCTFUIXY INVITE TH; AT
, TENTION slrMerctisMsleikeser tt';i- .t-.r,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Which tttOy now oifer for ea r a lOfgO pUftlan Of whlck 1
r. A purthif d lal tall. - o e the ai2 vakeel in u ,Ltn
n'dwith our haw ttvlM of PPBfNO FAftBfTA, wittto i
IfShrVe at a it c I ad MCa t, can be l.ou-'ht in any mar
ket. -org T-TMf.T roJM gee
FBINTeO-fri ever) maka and pru ti
niNOBAMi--Domoacic tnd Impaied;
L iWffuwfN iai- r,rtcit, and Awencanj
RlsAlNKa3Do. do. d...:
Here-.' lie n ils-s. lie BfhTgl . Mniafftir!i ;
Turkey red Claie and Agnred l.'eda;
or leal.' A l!'.t'r HB All (Wteee and cagoewj i
I amke Oal-urv, tfnbal' t.'l.f rTHP; ' I
Plain ami T.-ored DBPefM HII.KS; i
Hal.t. -, Marc hm ; ; (rt.-adiue"; '
oplin( fcilk and RaioO and Unoa I.et-e;
IrWl Ltnotia, plaid letnone, end ercry VariaC) of LiraM 1
Soode, ail ol our own ImnortattOn) i
ItlRli'iV" Doni '. Neck, Mantua, Ae.-ai larje aod
tarortuwnl a kid in si liouaoe;
B1 MM EB TF-MT: end Boyi woari vey
a'j it i, ami vOriety"Tweedf, Caaruitarotie Cotton i
Idea, Jta ie, and Hat'.mrv-t an nrlcog. colore and srae-; i
Catmmaau Nauraat etytee, raocy and plan.;
Vaarutae ilk, woolen- and Mareltl i ; i
Pcoad CtOTha BetgltO atld DotoOetiC. bJaCll ant! fancy i
Linen Drill, Berree. Mdhtfo, .:
Iac-. Vei!x, White f;M.i, BmbrotdertOfla Qeftnev ed I
Sngllafi Rosltrv, Lie t thre id ind eltft O lores, and jditta;
Bvery kind Notions and Variety Ooodej
Beown BagvnaeAH width and ioalfttes;
Bli ntta dtrarrtyusAII wrdthsi and -luair.i';
Cotton am! Woo'eu PL ANN ELP .
Tickings, Dia- er-. Drittthfi QeOabnrgi, Bhtrtitur, .
It i e- D -11111. Bio.. Vc.
We I a'l keep our assart met t frosfa i fUf throughout
ihs earon, ami itlctt an txamtootlon from any one i!i
laaed to purchase, March ll,S3. 1
For the rapid Cure of
( 0K.HS, COLDS, IIOARSE.VESS,
CROfP, ASfHMAg WD
rpocUJIBsA COLO, WFTH HEAD
I Arm: AND BOREBEBB OF THE BODY. Take
the 'iikiikv PacToaiaLon going to bei, aui wrap up!
tvariu, to sweat during tin night.
For a Cold ond Cough, j
Ta!;e it tuorningi noon, am! eveiunir, acrordiug t di- '
roctione on the bottle, and the difficulty wilt soon be n '
moved, Kone will long sutler bout thii trouble when '
nn And It ran m so readily t ured, persons atBicte I with
I m ated cough, which Iwadke lliatn ofthtlr rest at night, i
will And by tOking the CukURT Pt ton at on going to bed !
they may ! eura of Bound, unbroken f"ee;, ami conse- j
luentty refreah ngreati Breat relief fVotn euflering, and
ii ultimate cure. j afforded to the thouand-i wl.u are; '
iliUS afllictad, by thla mralua' le remedy.
Proeji its awroeaMo aithct irttlM ie i tsee, ntany And thorn
ie.'ves unw UUng to forasjo its use w hen the necessity for
it hnc ccened.
Prom IWO eminent Fhyeielejii In
Pavnrtcvti i.e. Tauw., April Mth, IH91. 1
Plr:Wo hove given your Cuaaati I'a roast ahexten
live trial In our pract ICO, and Bod It to eurpase avori o:h '
ir r toady M e have !or nriug aBectiona ol the re-mraio-'y
organs. DRB. UIKMEB At HAMPTON.
Tu Singert and Public Bpeakers.
This reutoily Is invalualsle(aa by its action nn the throat
ind lunge, when taken in t-mat!iwat-iiliei. it removes all
loaraeiM sa in a h w hours, and wonderful! increases the
rower and Aosinility of me voice.
generally much relieved, ami often wholly cured hy
L'ueejtv Pacaoaat. Hut there are soma cases ewoeatt' 1
sate as to yield eotirely to mi nmdiciuo, ciisaar Pftc
lOitaL will cure them, M tin can la cured
fir irritation of the throat am! Upnof of tlie Inn.". 1
may he cured hy tokiug ' lusauv Pi voeat in small and j
r.ei(ii til dot'. Thu UUCOOlfOftahig uppTt Snoii ia SOOM
BeV. IhtCt. leauatnOs of Brooklyn. New Vork, s-tate-.: f
'l nave seen the Cttorry iVftoral eure ueo eases of
As'hma and llront liiiis a loads ins ty baliave it COM
rarely fail to cure Uroue dieaaaea,
On e an emetic of antimony, to !e followed by larse and 1
Yequnnt dosei of the t 'harry Pectoral, until it -uiHiues tti
Use sec. 11 taken in M-ayou, it will nut lail to curs.
nay le broken up ami soon tund b tl.c ue of Cherry
is epgadlly removed !-y tliii remedy. Nnineromi intan-
Bes hat e beau noticed w here w letva i" We were pjiert,
;,l from ahy eetlom Com rjueucee, winit- their neighbor -
WltllOUl the Cherry I'vitorai, WUIU ui!'erin(f frum UlOdiaB
Pii km, p., i ith June IBM.
Doct. J. C. Aver: ? write to iufOrm too of the truly
remark ide etTet-tol your cnr.ni: v plOtoii iLin tin
are. and in m t u lamiU . Um? ol ii'y daophtms ivo
completely cured m ihfwg uayeor a draadfOi WHOOP '
ING L'OLOJl, by tokiug it. Ir. Kasna, one nf our vary
tost pbj Plciuuc Iroaly states that u eooeieVf it the boot
remedy una haw par iulu ary iisareaa, ami mat ne ha
cured moraeaaesofrBOIP wltu it than any o:her utcd
cine lie aval administered.
Our crargyuiau "t tin Kapjriet Cliu'ch says that during
die run of I ri.i tsz In rw this .eaon, be baa at eu nm-.'
Prom modicina be vould scarcoly have beheved without
Mciuf Yours ieper tiutit .
j. ii. BINCLAIEe
From the tlistiuguishcd ProfttosHir uf UbtmoB-
try ami Materia BfetliOfti Bowduin College.
I nave fOOJid Um Cherry Pectoral, as its ingredients
show, a iHiwerfu) rcimii tor aolds, and roughO,and pul
monary ilicasei. I A UK KB CLK KL..D, M. l.
UurNsw ii r, Me,. Peh, j, ihtT.
lilt. VALENTIN i: MOTT,
The widely celebrated Professor of Surgery
in ihe MoJical College, New Vork City,
"It sire me pleamre to cert, tho value and eJBcaey
of 'Avail's i i. e u i rf iiiiub,1 which I consider peruliar
ly adapted to cure disoasag oi the Throat and LuUif,"
Cures oi severe dleoajog upon thr l.unns have been ef
letted hy Ciickky PgCTOBOb in BUCfa aitrOUM rae as
warrant the I eiic-l that a pomudl has at icnt'tn heeu !ouxd
mat gan h depend on ti cure the OOuffhe, Colds am! Con
suwptiOU which t arry fTotu our midlt thUUIlUOUl every
year. It indeed a medicine to which the ami' tad can
iook with rouhdekue tor relief, and they simald not fail
to atail themMlvesi of it.
PiepnirU mid Mold In JM C AYTIt,
rtopl. 10, li, raitricat CuaMiT, Lowell. V .
P1ABIBB iV colli xs. KCIoim1' .
II. AIKX M)Ut. du '
ItUBBB P. MILES 4: BON. PoBKrtuu,
t i by Dealers in Medicines ervffwbere,
MpHB NOKMIGNCO INT. nils to
J r.iitss. fross H. ClAlrttllt, ee th, in.i ..i April
.ml I.. ...... in .r ain.lLj m I, , , ,I
nun. rvrwar.l anil arnla. ThuM lio . Stinn) .,. r,i,
J-ilin . dlssj, j
,. ... 2' , le PtftltM.
HV nine B en unl..ril .n'c lo R). ,irrr.(ft u
.mrt .M-.,hi,.m, l-lra...! IMi.n.i I ( Ijl.ir. al
Hw effmil wi iii I'.-.-.l w .ii rjiMi ew.al, .ii. Thnransy n.
M-.i;.la) ' .V-i . I -.w, !.;.. hour. ..i loa'anuk,
V ;' see i N p. M, nt i t at u..- n.mdnor ..f
iii'tuuri ),.. in Hi. i v. ti.., Hrla i n.
UM totlo. ,,,-t ,,i i.a.i.t.hvlt. -i.mruta t..n i ,.
at. )rM( i.t sslne iii l-.-a- lnwn.liip, Bi-lniODI tVimi
Ofcljl, IM Drat ira-t or .ar (I .1 l,,i, rnlilam. Iw b lull,
res Ii II v, arrr-. mora rn U IvttftiM an. I M(rllJ
a. MMr, ii: u ,,,, a pnni fih. fwn hsH i. ft-
tiou liv.-. ., iWi.ii,,i, , 'Umg llira, (n. la nrtU
ariif trail ..fl,.,..m .,.,! n , , ,., ,. , ,
JSINM :lal, in In. lira tin c. r a ,1 ,nm,aa an (Mil.
aseeall .. .-,,:i, l.v Imrl, .. lohn nark aurl las bsMsf
A. Beott , on 10 . ..t try looitaol l.irnwi ll.rin-v ar J,,' u
lime, hoitlil.) Hi.-land i Jji ,, (; ii ,, ,,,! i0i.,.n Mi
HTM., alaooasotkcr tiact or tc f ia,i, aiiuata n
imiowoahiii.l Pssm (kd teem, at thlrooul, tnAIUIe
orObJo, s-i Ih,,ii,Hi,I and drtrrt'pil aa f.tilowa. iu o-,i:
Jjsi a portion ,,i um tm i of citon li.itty Irs, ;:i5,
twnilptkrM,(l) Raefsios pj (orMterM i,,t;., 1
a,.r..P,.J. ,!,.,., hoMijthoSSjrM la.i.la and MOOaMnM
ownte an., cn,.,,.t i.v j.r. i VaIt l, hfi Ills UM,i
mi ' jD,.s,,"d "OSSdfS i, il.a aomh Ir laada of
" wk" " "" h" I v l.-ida ornail I y Jnlra
nvoda,av.j..c. -.a Ifeteoan r InWrM, orBlSSBMb yrleu
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Sjr Um II I. day ,,f ,,i lmitsssn ins kosrseTIO
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in FOaioMtMnTownahlft, n.c ratio i, lands aMlM
.,.n,. .,.,. iH.. asd Nsiaa ia reseeeMf of
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a. r.,i 01V..10 wtU ia.,,, a paterttM ...., Natfof tk, ksrM
wo.e, teataieinf r..n, at... um. or loss a--.
ai tfsirstairse and aersirt, n. dor, ra,ei:ieo
Hlifnrr-. OfPe. Mtrtlil!,l-J-.-tt,ej,
rl )r. look of flTE BE ISONl
J IWto Vomi.-Wa.Tt. ,XLBU.
i... . larre Nontar, ol Oforrti i n,r.-.i ,n ij,e a.'r n
tw and rsri latnilsr work Ji,ax ,., Iwd. , j, .j,
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j.,y ail, i man cm u,ar l o. i ;o clln e.jr.i-i j.t-r
f)iirr.ii,-r peMlestieea trc trety ici'Fafts, sad trs of.
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Ion i StticoJarsglTSa Am nf. ptwl ; tid.
TOOKI5B . vti nnt,
Mar i, 11, q Pakliahcra,! i. vi at.,1, U,
A valuable t.w yaui in Union.
Iowa, Kadawint Conatr, (i:,io.:.,ur sailas RorUiof
Iload tO I 1,1,1,11,;. -ArOUl l SlilC In ,, U !.,, ' (Ml
MllM rroa tl. I KN'ilMI. Olfli) KMUUlAU, -iii.
iraanieta coMiatol snoot ss sere sad a t.a-i ,.r Ian I on
f hick ar.- a ood nark boow sod alna., and a alaofbtof
.n -r. i :..-rn or- in ik. yard ISur W tola, .radii
tfirsrst i. .. i ... -tv-r,ad:,.i. .-.!.- adaid?d :o tannins
THa proonrty - ilinatad Is ens of tb. rlcbort sVctlons
iicauntry nl Easum CHiio.ead Vanlv T..lt.i. r. i-r.
'ii racilitir. to- pro. bi.k . r sr.-at. it umiW
toras st .i Jm sr eord.
AUiMS3j bias, patsssi en i anxsasd r.otn t),a
toailt'y tri in Ttwr, wr.ll . be MM v,lll tin- BraiBaMS
i tf..o.i '.tr:. mill and a' ..: i rt,-.; of An ondu.
Milod lit), rrlll . femrsbsd snd ImoMdiats ,--.,.io,
Willi yiv. ii. T.-r.,.- 'pyii .1 . 1 I.i lh, r aril,!.-"
r.'. rtotlH. attbacribcr, midlnr l Cok -t. .. iwu.
imp. DolnuM IVaamjr, Jti-Sj; L.tiRti;
Marct . it, i-j::.- -j-
EVV GROCKKY STORE Jon Jip.
i. J sos ,i rus io Inform iii rrienaH and t.-is ssjUla
n j-ntra'. fiat l.a.- -u-don Warket -treer, 04tJi
ode. No. 191, W hcimku, s senpra a- i-ti .f it of
III t'.n.e r. .:. mania rSBS ...r fri t:!.! won'. I d , npt! to
:iva him a tall. Ij.liaa lit i-.or. I.roun and ...-.I arw, a.
to and J... com-atwat, Ri e. c.i. . -. v ,t--.. i, alar
" i-aliiH-'. ... ia. ,i.Kt. r.!n-. ".. nt' ail.
ii .tiort li f rr a I .rtlclM u.ii.il) ki-nt In r., , cti
tore., .i ii 111 aclt !'. .jiiair.ii.". to .c"t in , , .,
un purclMaew, al Um towrit rut.. pafi, if,
IVT OTICE IN ATPACHME ST.OrTlhe
J Tl Sth d.1 of Jaiiua-v. )- ,:, Ahr.b.01 (i. C.'s and
;-o-:. w . Iloa.rd, tlx ta-.o Arm ol Col. . Mo,-, it d of
heCltfol ataltimoro, Md.; rannnl to i.,ii.d fromtlio
.'oinoi t.'oouuoti fkrsaol Baltuoi i Counts. (Mlo a writ
if aitsrhmsnt, ,r n, .rin of 90i0.nn a.sinst'tb, tu
,n- and Sawets of tbs lav ti t ol OlorSi ri Woslrt.
wbii!, M r.t i.a : BSO ...rvi '. rilurlied.
Attest! JOHN It. IIEATOtf,
Clark of Dtl. Com. Flsss.
C. C. CaS.OLt, All y lit I'UIMilf, r, !,. i; oi.
JT ST RECEIVED FROM Ni:" OR
LBAXfl, a la. trc Mlppy of
MrOAfttCOPFRB, AM) kfOLAMEli,
n-l.ifk I oTrr ir .al at WtaMdHtf Mil for C tII or
fPIM Gil I'ROUI.i B.sttlmbtorc Kootn r Wjt, h.
C.srresitiBn.Clalritrllw,arCso. w. Vkd.bk .o- rln.
pew. iv.n. tiAXtBrnUu.
ft. rDr.viiie, r.'.. isja.
ATTA(JilTlEN L NOTICE.
VLL PERSONS INTERESTED WILL
toko notiro. E:.; kficnrtu, on it.e itev or JaTi
nary, A. I), tv, -. nad out s n-rit ol aticeliuimt fror. tii.
n. r'i. Ofllcs. of t;tr Cnnrt ofCoi ..n Pima. of B lojont
i oun-y. in Hi.-Male rt Ohio, atainal Ltursa 11 Vona
for th. .lint .,i ISM, and intsraM from Apti I, ltdl, H'ioji
ar nl tia. bean ,1 and r. t.; -i !.
JuIlN H. Iii: ITON . lerk of aald Court,
f. C. CAKBOLL, An'i torPit'L
FSO.U. 1S0S.-4 w.
Capital Stoc!;, Annuel Premiums and Wcs
Incorporated 1 825.
rulirisor iMttea'ace laswed e all timea on tUeuot la
LOSS OR DAMAGE BY F!R,
OR THE PERILS UF NAVIGATION,
"y n. ii. t. cuwsn, AgeM,
loi tt. CtSirartll., aad R -4.. County.
A BAJIGA JN.
A BOOO FAB.M roll BAIX,.itusted3nilira WMtaf
- V Bridfouort, .ir.i.. K.iiou.l Itoad, iU airei. H'BL.i
IMI'BOVtU. Anjroai. wi.bing tu niok. a f.ti , iv.-.-t-fctreet.
had krdtsv cell Mdssoa iu. lha I ,r.u icion paj.
basis-) dHtkai, h.. Ui vos r PB.-'IBABl.C fsral
thai tan i, i, iv w i.aiii'iit o i iVjaaslio, L'n ' k I or pa Nc.
uiarw i iiiir.- ol :ur. v.t, a; luo lo:i Qots, 1 uu.ii M
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Merea I. i-i.-:n p.t.
rpHE SU15S("RI!!ER.S INTEND TO
a qnii ksaiooa' tn et, oioirarillo, . i iba It rat ,f
April, and w.n-i all r0M UMlai.ud u u, 10 call and
tquait: uj. I t that Uoi.
BRNd. r. it 1M tne,
.March I8J1. J Ati. I . BAMAklB,
suite or Ohio, Delmont C'onnty, ss.
Cmtrt of Cymroon Plt-.-ts petition ,rur Par
litlun, Tliod. Tltewnjoti riait.;ir.
SUM Ann Murray. Gru. V. . Murray. Wtn. M. Thorn,
p.un, BUS.' Sill Tiuni1uu, Jolt.llt. , r.. Ti. nn .-o.i, il..
ry tun Tnnuipaan. Uosadsr Tlioniraau.dSMndasis!i
fit HE .i.iv .'.mi -d dcwadavis ..l tk uetii.thai,
I Mtillon ar Iliad aj.in.l llMn on t!.. tlitllda) ut P. I,, ,
A. I). UtSL in lbs Uawrt.M t'ninioi, ricj., atorl-aaid ny
the aai I Tin,.. Tl tii.ipaini ami ia soar Mhdina a.-Sfole
thri.id Ttkaa. Thompson, detnasda psnltionortlialu lo--t
n j? i .:ai Stasia, la SNt, Ufia, a pari o; ui. BTMt L. tot I a
iiiirih w at nr. of ft.-. I", I'm. Mo. I, Boun X. 3. ..id
rai raiatn sBust. In She Poonty of Biin o-.i. and con.
loiaius niiiy ir.-u arrsi, eaass or leaa, ,i,d n,.t ,t n.
ossttsretofaatd Cou'rt to bstttn ou tb. IIAbdsy of .May,
1W, .pp... .not, will br mai'.i-1 v Dm a,d Pl.i.'tl r.S.r an
ordrrthai partitioa may bauiadoal ibp itrpatim .miMc
amli oihtr profoediiifk a. a-.- aiitho-laad 1 v l.mt
MII.LslU PUN M KOTO ST.
March I, l-..n. w. Alt') toW
BRYAN'S PULMONIC VVAfiJ
'pills aitiaordinsry praparatlse h. , ,
i year. tb rMtc.rialiisiid.psS n t.s-y
Viub, Aneaa, B.o.iuiTia, IkrTj. '.v '' ot..iu,
or ia. Cnui mo lickna. To Hp.i"ii "' Uwsaass
s-.iiiain and co'niir d Couth., it I!'!" '"'
iiudiair and parleci rsliof, at, , '.', "1VS l". "i.t m
tk. cold .(lata, and a irom ,',". '", '''."" 'ts' ility to
.lubtent exiiOJurs, tlia v, '. 0"" '.iciwul. i o
"I r.anila, '.'toy st nn H "ia
.ynipMiii.,a..d lutlraiv rsSolo tki. w0"-,' ."V"
.'treHUMl at lo but t w "";r;,w ."'''"''V
trNsWsfona VP .14,.i o ..ne tM, , , ,,,..,,,
rrin readily tsVo tliool! end j,,, ,r, w.r,,uj w lrm
rsltef la ten minutes anei his lit all csaoa
Ptic Hi cer.i. ;wr tiux, fu, ,,,
r.4rn UE.VJ.1IIOMAB deu.ro.