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CHRONICLE k ADVOCATE.
MORTON J. HOWARD, ) BdtfaaM
Tim FEOl'LR, AND THEIR RIGHTS.
Friday irlornliiK. '' M I8..3.
NELSON BARRERE, of Highland.
rOK tIKLT. UOVERNOR,
ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland.
ron TiiKAni.'tiKii nr st.tf,
HXNRY BRACIIMAN of Hamilton.
FOR MRtBBrSB, op VTATfl)
NELSON II. VAN VORIIES, of Athens.
FOR ATToaNKY lir.Nr.RAt.,
WILLIAM II. (ilUSON, of Senocn.
FOR St PRKM K lOt'RT IVBBB,
FltANKLlN T. BACKUS, of Cuyalioga.
rUR HOARD OF STBI.ir WORKS,
JOHN WADDKLL, of Coshocton.
DAVID ALLEN, of Belmont.
boarii CF BBVSUBaTMB,
JAMES HAMMOND, of Harrison. 1
ELI V. CLEAVER, of Wheeling tp. i
SAMUEL DANFORD, of Washington tp. ,
D. D. T. COWEN, of Richland tp.
D. S. ADAMS, of Hichland tp.
SWAN C. VANCE, ol Flu.litng tp.
PRICE ARRICK, of Kirkwood tp. '
JAMES McMILLAN, of Richland tp. f
WILLIAM PILL, of Fcnso tp. t
DIRECTOR OF INriRMARY,
SAMUEL DANIELS, of Wheeling tp. ()
This anniversary of our Independence was
te'.eb rated in a very appropriate manner by
the citizens of this place. Early in the morn
ing the scholars of the five public schools of
our town, together with a considerable num
ber of ladies and gentlemen, assembled in the
Presbyterian Church, where a large number
of speeches, die. were recited, it a number of
pieces, at intervals, sung by the scholars.
They then marched to the Grove, where re
freshments were served, niter which the Dec
laration of Independence was read by six
young ladies, belonging to the schools. This
was followed by the reading of a number ofo
riginal essays, by the scholars, which showed
that the writers had not only learned the ru
liments of an education, but that they had
reached the joint which all should endeavor
to arrive at they had learned to think.
Some brief, appropriate remarks were made
'hy Mr. TALMMR and Judge Coven A num
ber of appropriate songs were sung, and the I "
assembly dispersed all satisfied with the ex
ercises of the day all convinced that this is
a veiy appropriate manner in which to cele
brate the day, dear to every American, and
Vhat the only way to preserve our Indepen
dence, is to educate those on whose shoulders
the Vcight of the government must soon fall. 01
A properly educated people cannot be ensla- lr
Last Thursday and Friday we attended the . it
Examination of the scholars of the schools of ; ci
tjut town. To say we were pleased, would j tl
poorly express our feelings. We were highly e:
gratified, and we believe thut was the prevail- tl
ing sentiment of those who attend ed the ex- li
amination. The Teachers and Directors de- tl
serve the thanks of the Parents for their un- ol
wearied care and attention and the perfor- w
mances of the scholars, all things considered, V
were very creditable, and calculated to rejoice g
the hearts of those who are most anxious for hi
their welfare. Rev. Mr. YouiG madeashort, al
but very appropriate address. T
We were pleased to see quite a number of j ei
the parents in attendance. This we regard- C
cd us an expression of their interest in the i 81
progress of their children, and an expression ei
which we think is well calculated to encourage tl
them to persevere in their efforts to reach the pi
highest point within their grasp. We sin- ei
cerely hope this mode of expressing their in- tt
terest may become more general. Its influ- it
ence in encouraging the children is incalcu- n
lable. ' 81
We learn that there will be a .vacation un- w
til about the Arst of September, and that such
arrangements will then be made as will en
sure a properly graded set of schools, where Cl
every child, according to its grade, can be in- '
atructed, from the primary department, to the
tiesteollegiute course. This is precisely what
we need, and what we mutt have. Our chil- 18
drcn must have the best means of a full educa- l
tion, and still remain under the parental rool,
and be under parental guardianship. The .
College has been useful, and no doubt will v
continue so for years to come butthatshould '
not prevent us from perfecting our common 1
schools, which have well been called "the
peoples college's." c
As we said, colleges are useful, but they
are also very expensive, and not within the
means of the great mass of our people. Dut '
our common schools are within the reach of
all, however limited in their pecunary rircum- 1
stances. By a judicious expenditure of the 1
school tax, the principal advantages of the '
College may be attained by the oommon 6
achool, and many of its disadvantages avoided. '
Let the people then rully in support of their '
schools and thus create an educational at- '
nosphere, which of itself will be a valuable j '
agent in carrying on this very essential work, j '
0rAfter a very long dry spell, in which
visitation has severely suffered, vc have been
levered with MM very rcfrcihip; ehuv cr: I .
THE WHIG PARTY.
There is quite a discussion going on in the
Locofoco and free soil papers, whether the
VVhig Party is dead, or not. Wt think they
ro putting themselves to a great deal of un
necessary trouble. While patriotism remains
in the country, the Whig parly will never
die. Whether it will always retain ilie same
name Is a different matter. We like the hame,
and have no wish to see .t changed. Wr know
that there are many in the other parties who
should be acting with us, but from the mere
attachment to their party name, are against !
The Whigs are, and always have been, in I
favor of that policy which wil, make our coun
try truly independent of all the world. They !
want the best kind of roads rntade, they want
our rivers and harbors improved, that our tre
mendous internal traffic may have the least
possible tax laid upon its passage from one sec
tlon to :he other. They want a sound mixed
currency, that our business!
men may have every facility for the transac
tion of business. They want such protection
iven to our various branches of manufactures,
II will make them independent of all foreign
loffi petition, whether from pauper labor or i .
he auction system, by which they throw i ,
foods into our market at less than cot, for i
he avowed purpose of breaking down our !
These are the great leading measures of
he Whig party. They are measures which
ecommend themselves to the sober common I
ense of the people at large. Could they be
airly presented, without false issues, there
an be no doubt of their receiving the sanc
ion of the great body of our people.
In addition to these measures, the Whigs
ave always held the principle, that our form
f Government must be kept to the strictly
)emocraiic Republican form that our Con
litutions must emenatc from the people, and
bat laws must be made in accordance with
Item that the laws made in accordance .
lercwith, must be obeyed that it is the
ght of the people to change their Constitu
ons and laws, whenever they think proper .
These arc the measures and principles of)
le Whig party. We believe they are the
nly system of measures and principles which
ill make our country truly independent,
'he other parties advocate measures which
e believe would greatly injure, if not des
oy our country, and of course we cannot,
nder any circumstances, act with either of
lem. We care nothing about politics, any
irther than it is calculated to make our en- j
re country truly independent and happy.
The mere politician, whose trade is to hold
Hice, may change with the varying tides of
ublic sentiment but the true Whig, the j
ue friend of his country, will ever advocate
ich measures as are calculated to promote
le best interests of the country, without ta- .
ing into consideration the fact that he may
e, temporarily, in the minority.
We yet believe that the true friends of the
nintry will rally to these principles and
icasures. In Ohio, especially, it is impor
int that the Whigs should stand firm. The
lire of "the new Constitution in the hands
f its friends," appears likely to turn out a f(
ayedy, so far us the people's pockets are ! j,
mcerned. The Spoilers must be routed
le people nrost be properly represented our i Jj
vorbitunt taxes must not be squandered upon lii
le members of the Legislature and our pub-1
c officers, who have less to do, and more pay, j
lan they had under Whig rule. The masses i
r the people, of all parties, are dissatisfied !
ith these things, and they know that to the 11
rMiigs they must look for the redrcssof these
rieVances. In addition to this, the locofocos u
ive crippled our banks, and they are gradu
ly Withdrawing their notes from circulation. .
he consequelice is, that our country is flood- j j(
1 with the trash of almost every State in the j -i
nion of the value of which our citieenacan I q
id do know but little. Formerly, when an
iBtcrn merchant wished to come to the west !
i buy Wheat, Wool, or any other western
roduct, he deposited his money in some east-1
n bank, and sold the certificate of deposit j n
i the Ohio banks. The Ohio banks paid for ;
in their own money, and that circulated a-1
long our people. They all knew that it was '
i good as the specie itself, and that if they 1
anted specie they could get ft any time. A'oto,
om the effects of locofoco legislation, the eas- j j
'rn merchant has to bring such money as be j
in get, and pay it nut for produce. As before 1 j,
ated, the people do not know its value, and if 0
ley want specie for any particular purpose,
icy cannot get it, because, if good, the bank i
i 6o far off as to make it impossible for them .
go for it.
Thousands of dollars of this trash will no
oubt die in the hands of our people, and this
ill be an additional tax which they will have c
o pay for putting the locofocos in power. Let
he whigs Btand firm let them not be turned a
side by any false issues in a word let them "
;o to work and "Redeem the State." '
OirWe invite attention to the notico of
)r. Wileman, in another column. We have i
ixamined the apparatus and found it very '
veil adapted to the study of Physiology. By (
t study of the mannikin the student can ob-
ain a more perfect knowledge of the human 1
lystem than from the experiments in the die- 1
lecting room A at the sametime be free from !
he repulsive associations of the dissecting ta- ,
)le. A knowledge of the Science of Physiology I
ihould be acquired by every oue, and we 1
(now of no better opportunity than by at
ending Dr. Wileman's lectures.
The man wholicd a knol in u cord of wood i
vishes tu know if you tVCI betid a hsv lucI i
There seems to have been considerable
disturbance on the Central Rood in this coun
ty, during Istt week. We have not been a
ble to understand the cause of the disturbance,
but we learn that one portion of the work
men were determined that another portion
should leave the line of the road. The Sher
iff was sent for, and urged to bring out hi
posse. lie summoned the Washington
Guards, and proceeded to the scene of distur
bance, at Lewis' Mill, and took seventeen,
who were supposed to be engaged in the un
lawful proceedings. At the examining Court,
before Justice M'Millan, five of them were
committed for trial in the Probate Court, and
the bullance were cleared. If those who were
tuken improperly were really peaceable per
sons, and opposed to riots, they should bear
in mind that the object of the civil authorities
was to protect those who wished to be peace
able as well as to protect defenceless wo
men and children. It is difficult to identify
particular individuals in a crowd of three
hundred, and that mistakes should occur is
These disturbances are very much to be re
setted, ss it is the duty of every good citizen
10 obey and uphold the laws under which we
ive. We cannot have one set of laws for ,
inc set of men, and another set for another
iet of men. If it is right to have riots on 1
he railroad, is it not right to have them in
own! If women and children should be 1
Iriven from the shanties, to take refuge in
he fields and woods, should they not be driv- i
n from our houses! If it is right to burn '
hanties and destroy provision boxes, should "
lot our houses, stores and groceries share the
amo fate! c
It is the business of our laws to protect I
hose who need protection, and the laboring ' r
tranger, with his helpless family, who have
lot yet obtained a home, have double claims
pon our regard and protection. f
These wrongs should be suppressed, and
bat in the most efficient manner. In this ?
e think there is no difference of opinion a-
long good, peaceable citizens. As to what j (
i the most efficient mode of piittingan end ! a
o these disturbances, there may be an honest J
iffierence of opinion but that th-y must lie '
tded, no one calls in question.
On the score of Immunity, wo think that ! c
rumpt and efficient action on the part of It
lose in authority, is always best. We Bin-j 1
erely hope that there will be no n:uro di.s- L
irbance upon the line.
We rejoice to see theoppressed bf all conn- : r,
ies make their home in this land of the free, t
iut when they come, we'hopc they will leave
ehind them all old grudges, and help us tu
trengthen our free government, which, like
to buii dispenses its blessings to therich ind a
le poor. Let all remember only that they
re citizens of the freest Government on earth, 1 s
nd assist those who were bom here, in show- .
lg to the world, that man is capable of If,
?lf-government. This course is the oneji
iat will convince other Governments that '
icy must make changes in favor of their
eople, or else they will loose their best citi- J
fj7""lhansy our pheelinks" on seeing the 0
Mowing in the 'local' column of the Wheel
ig Gazette: P
OCT We observed B. R. Cuwrn, Junior Editor of ,
in "Btfltttont Chronicle" nt the DoguerTsan gallery
Mr. FaMS, on Saturday. He hail his phiz taken
r the i special benefit, doubtless, of the gal he lelt p
Now, Mr. Local, Mr. Fai is, the proprietor !
f the rooms in which you met us happens to rt
o our brother-in-law, therefore it is but nat-1 "
ral that we should be seen in that neighbor-
ood. As to the charge of getting our -phiz' rj
iken, &c, we plead Not Guilty. ci
Q3Our neighbors of the city of Wheeling
ill keep up a little of the old time Fourth of Ci
jly enthusiasm. Happening to be in that
ty on Monday we joined the 4th street and tf
hapline street M E. Sablatlr schools and g
njoyed a glorious pic-nic with them in the ;
oods. There were about 600 scholars in
ttendance and their "shining morning faces" c
ere enlivening beyond measure, and we
ave no doubt they will long remember this ft
glorious Fourth of July.'' ,
We noticed the 'Virginia State FenclbW 8
n parade, and a large number of German
itizens held a celebration on the island.
Vith the exception of an unusual amount of
runkenness and an unpleasant odor arising
rom the "villanous saltpetre" there was noth
ig to mar the enjoyment of the day through
tit the city.
The aldermen seemed very busy; we see
y the Intelligencer that "Aid. Dulty had 10
ases, Aid. Booth 4, Aid. Newby, 9, and
Ud. Baltzcll, Centre Wheeling, 15 cases."
Harvest. The wheat crop is cut to a very
onsidcrable extent. Many fields have suf
ered by the fly but, as a whole, the crop is
much better one than was anticipated,
'he oats in many cases is extremely short, &. .
.he corn backward.
fcA. G. WILEMAN will commence J
:ffStf a course of lectures on the subject of
Vnatomy and Physiology in the town of St. ,
'hut -v.lle on Monday evening, July 11th. ,
The course will be illustrated by a French
lissecting Mannikin, two skeletons, one of (
in adult and one of a child; a number of an- ,
itomical preparations, a fine collection of an- ,
intomical paintings and engravings together
vith a beautiful and costly apparatus with
vhich he has just supplied himself for the ' ,
uanufacture of oxygen and other gases, ex- , ,
libiting their relations to animal life and : ,
lealth. In addition to which he will make a I ,
lumber of brilliant and interesting evpen- (
nenls with oxygen such as burning wire, ,
naking a most brilliant fire in the bottom of
i ette I of water, theueh v hich the Amis ' ill
! end ae bj. ur, A: . A.'.'. :
rursuani to a nonce, given by the Wl,
Central Committees of Harrison & B-lnvn
Counties (forming the Henalorisl Dletriol
The delegate from the respective ToWflffTll
of the said Counties met in Uniontown Be
mont Co. on Tuenday July 6th. I8S3.
On motion Jour, UrTltOOtl Ecq., r,f Be
mont County was called to the chsir sn
Price Arrick f Belmont and J. II. Mr Mat
Esq. of Harrison were appointed Serretnriei
The Convention then proceeded to hallo
for a candidate for senator with the followint
result on first ballot:
David Allen of Bel. Co., 17 votes.
C. C. Carroll " " 6 "
David Allen was thereupon declared dulj
A ballot was then had for candidate fa
Board of Equalization which resulted as bi
John Hammond ol Harrison Co., 17 votes
JohiiDon Craig 4
John Hammond having received a majority
of all the votes cast was declared duly nomi
nated. On motion the Convention then adjourned.
SENATORIAL CONVENTION. JOHN LIPPINCOTT, Prest.
PtICI Arick. )
J. H. McMath. Secretaries.
FREE DEMOCRATIC MEETING.
At a large meeting of the Free Democracy
( Belmont county, at Belmont, on Saturday,
he 2d of July, 1853, on motion, William
Calmkr was called to the Chair, and John
,V. Newport appointed Secretary.
On motion, Dr. B. L. Steele, Wm. Bundy,
ind J. W. Newport were appointed a com
On motion, s committee of one from each
ownship represented, was appointed to se
ed the names of candidates for the action
f the convention; viz. Wm. Dottdell of Go
tten, Win. Gregg of Wayne. Thomas Smith
f Union, James Loomis of Somerset, George
itarbuck of Warren, Dr. J. S. Bailey of
Pushing, N. Newport of Rtchland, and Hen
y Coffmanof Smith. Adjourned to 1 o'clock
The committee on resolutions made the
allowing report: .
Whereas, W believe it to be the first
;reat duty of mankind, in whatever capacity -whether
social, religious, or political, to ac4
nowledge allegiance to the great Author oti
.'reation, and to conform to his commands
nd requirements; and
Whereat, God is "no respecter of persons,"
ut has created "all men free and equal,"
I. That no portion of the human family
an be deprived of Liberty by human legisla
lon, unless for crime, without doing violence
0 the laws of God, and to the true principles
f human government.
'J. Thut we are bound by every considera
on of justice, patriotism, philanthropy and
?ligion, to use our utmost endeavors to strike
lie shackles from the limbs of the slave,
hcrever he maybe found.
3. Thut as lovers of our country, and as
eraons who desire to see her true interests
romoted, we cannot witness the continuance
nd growth of Slavery within cur borders,
ithout the utmoBt concern and apprehen
on for the consequences; and we are mad
) feel with the immortal Jefferson, who, in
iew of this greut evil, exclaimed, "I tremble
r my country, when I remember that God is
lit, and that his vengeance cannot sleep
4. That we cordially appfove of, and re
ffirm the principles of the "Pittsburgh Plat
rm," and the "Platform .of Principles" a
optcd by the Free Democracy of this State,
1 Convention at Columbus, on the 12th day
f January, 1853.
5. That while the whig and democratic
arlies insist upon the support of their "Bul
tnore Platforms," we luok upon them as
opeteitly wedded to Slavery.
G. Thut we look upon the support of these
latforms, with the Fugitive Law included,
5 High Treason to God and Liberty.
7. That for those reasons, we have Bepn
ited ourselves from those political organiza
ons, unci unfurled the banner of Fren Dem
:racy, pledged ourselves to the support of its
rinciplcs, and with a firm conviction of the
ght, we will give them our undivided politi- I
il energies, until success shall crown our
8. That the growing evil of Intemperance,
ills loudly for redress, and that stringent 1
gislulion prohibiting the manufacture and,
lie of ardent spirits as a beverage, is neees
iry, in order to prohibit the ravages of this j
ril, and to protect the interests of commuui-r-
9. That we believe the Maine Law, or its
quivalent would effectually remedy this e
vil. After a full discussion, the foregoing rcso
it ions were adopted.
The committee, to Whom was referred the
election of candidates, made the following!
William Uundy, of Warren,
John W. Newport, of Richland.
John Ilibbard, of Wheeling.
Nicholas Cooper, of Richland.
Isaac II. Chandler, of Flush:il0.
Elijah Beans, of Union.
Thomas Lewis, of tioshen.
William Dillon, of Goshen.
Levi Beans, of Union.
The foregoing candidates were severally A
inanimously nominated by the convention
Nicholas Cooper offeree 'he following res
ilutions, which were unanimously adopted: '
Resolved: That in Surauel Lewis the Gob
irnatorial candidate of the Free Democracyl
if Ohio, the conscientious elector finds all that
te can desire, combining as he does in his :
iharacter in an eminent degree, that of the !
Christian, Philanthropist ind Statesman.
Resolved: That in the elevated and adven
ing public sentiment in the cause of Educa
ion, Temperance and trut Republicanism in
Jhio, we are permitted te see the fruits of
Samuel Lewis' self-sacrificing labors.
Resolved; That we are rejoiced to learn
hat Samuel Lewis expects to visit our coun
y shortly, and in view of kirn so doing that
he Central committee of this county make
lecessary arrangements for his eccornmoda
:ion, and also to give due public notice of the
line and place, or places, that he will addroe:
he citizens of our tnunty
fl'M'timm All?r. 1 hoj. W FlWCttt, Iji .
pi J Baits?. Win Ivadv, -Tat. U Drcu-
Inen.Thos. Wilson and Nieholsa Cooper were
ig elertcd s Central committee.
It R'tohrd: That the flKefiiflgl of thie
), meelini; he offered the county papers, and the
n , Columbian, for publication.
. After an ble and eloquent sddreas from
I Dr. Steele, the convention ndioiirned siru 4U
WILLIAM PALMER, Pres't.
J. W. NEWPORT, Sec'y.
ti The Board of School Examiners of Bel
j mont County will meet in the Bchool Hovse
1 at the weft end of St. Cleirevllle on Hatur
'day.July Iflth 1853, al 10 o'clock A. M.
By orusr of the Board.
D. T. COWEN, Clerk.
July 8, 1853.
On the 30th tilt, by ReV. Alexander
1 oang, Mr. Jons M'Mi'lli x, and Miss. Mar- ,
' AitiT I, Gamble, both of Meed Township.
On the 30th ult. by Rev. D. Trueman, Mr.
Smith Hlnshaw and Miss Mai; y CM10HTOX,
all of Belmont County.
'IMIE BEES ARE .WORKING -And
V r , We. 174 MaBj.. iVhssliafj or.
AHOi I 'l iSJU'D'l'V' HIM W LB, Par: ,
M- Ami omt ot tbriu tlie tr'tltst In ai,
well MttK riwapcn, md )un nurd tn the tutti of M
II who are In ortnt .i,le of flood. ,,r v
lew arises. ,, 3 fig
'gom nave been discovered ITT nrr M&Wtt wOm j
opening upon us the flood gates of wealth and
'oPOWnWg the laud with luxury: which all j
histony tells us is the first step to ruin. But
let us hope. The teachers of youth have j
much of our future to decide. Let us not,
neglect the means of improvement we have,'
or slight the warnings history gives. Let us
believe that our country will become great, Si : 1
'she shall enrol her name amongst the stors.
j She shall become, indeed the model republic, r
and each individual shall be an item in his-
! tory, for no one can live and move through t
life, without exerting an influence either for I
! good or evil on hin country and his race.
THF NoRTIItr.X RotTE TO THE PACIFIC.
On the Gih of June, Gov. Stevens struck his
! camp on the margin of Lake Omelia, near !
', Fort Stielling, and followed his advance par- tl
i ties toward the Sauk Rapids, In the s-urvey of "
I his route to Pllget'l Sound. The force open-
ing from the head wuters of the Mississippi '
i westward consists of about eighty men, who
jean be subdivided into four parties. Upon '
upproachino the Rocky Mountains, the
wiiy survey will probably hnve 10 be suspend
ed, and the whole force be applied to the fjn- lv
era! reconnuisance. By October, Gov. Ste-P
I vena expects to get through the Roc'ty MotD-
tttns. He haft authority to treat with the a,
I Black feet Indiana and other tribe throughl'
,U - k ntll) nnss nnd hftfl aDDointed r
M. ol uaxi ii',on itte prtiutei, t(i FullowinK dvcribl f
real Mltl xituaie lytlil and U'iiij; tn Ibo COatity r K.-l- .
mont ami it ate oi Ohio, ami bounded and ileacrided aB'ri
nllowa, to wtt: hnii;. part of tb cast half o! ttCllOU No. lc
ait0WMbfp7 ami iane No. lour in Mid vonnty, lying tl
on Un turnpike wort of m. Clalrsvlllo, hoglnning ror ih j,
name at at a lion seven in the Middle nf faiil turupike, it
UtOHCO south one Imudfod and iijc potee and fifty ibieo ...
hundredth to rtotloM So, ilx. tuenca eouib eiulyone ut
dettreca. weal eighty rive pole and fcvcti linn Ircdtlm to
Htaliou No. eight on lhr west liOUudor) Ol Iftld hall ec- 1
UoUttlionce nurtb rive nunriredtlta ol ndegroe, treat one
hundred and tux poles and fn't v ihr te hundredth 4 tOtU -nun
No. three hi thp unddie oi aald turnpike, and there- i
with nurth eighty OAodogree, eort ehjthty fire and nine- ! L
tn himdredthi pole t ihc place of beginning, contain- at
iniftltya11 acre ul laurl. Bxeeptlng, however, from tii
aid tract of i . : . . i thu lotlowing prouiiaea being pan oi the In
east half of eoctlOll No. g, lOWIiafllp and rang! 4, in I'
aid county of Belmont, lying on the turnpike west oj in
Ht. C airaville, hcxiutiini! lor the fame on the line lioun ry
daff to Die eoat side oi Jense ettnliigtOOa farm III the -L
middle ol the turnpike, thence with said Uneeouth 1 oti .VI
hundredth pole to natOtte fir a corner, thence N. HI , H.
;it ga hnndrodtha palea to a atone for a comer, from
which a white oak fret in diameter, dietant linka, !
ft. K. aluo a white oak :t toet in diameter, dtatant links :
iwarH aotith weM, thence N. I0S43 hundredth poleatotbel
middle of the turnpike, tf. west M.i2 IntUilrottll ptdes
to Maid pike to Hie place of beginug, containing twenty
acres ol laud.
A kq, another tract hep inn ing for the itameou theaOUth
f the National Hood and nearly oppoalte WooduttJtaoea :
Tavern, at a stake set up in the ground and running rtJ
thence and bounding on the south side of aoid road, north ,
K. W feel, south 'J JT nud eight lentil Icet to a stake, , '
wool yo leet to a tnke north kVI feet to the beginning, ; f,,,
BOnUlnlng and laid out lor aeventy-live ucrchea md two
teet or laud more or lesa.
AIo, another tract heKiimiue for the fame on the south !
lido ol the turupike and oppOOttfl Hainuel Wnodmausee's a
IWOlling bouee at a corner, it holng the N. E. corner of I 1
John A.Holnoa lot that wahou:'ht uf John OroonlooL
&ud running thonee ami lioundlng an the aouth side of
Lba National (load N. 88 B. twenty lint to s atako. he
lUOUOO 0 sixty live foot to a atono, thence a southwest- j
sriy eouraotu feat, whore it inuraeeta John A. Hainea1
line at a etone, ihenre north along John A. Ilainea' line 1 Al
' - ' leet to the plana of beg tuning, containing seven j1
percllea and seven leet o Uud more or lesa. t t
JOHN t. KIOHOUi, ShcriiV. ,
Hhorlff'a Office, July Btb, w.i3. ,Ta Ll)
SHKRIFF'S BALE, Hekrt V. Scovern IoS
vs: Josrimi TnoanTOO. My virtue of an execution e
to me directed Crom the Court of Common I'icaa ot Uei- aa
mont Count) , Ohio, 1 will otter lor sale on ca
Tl T. SDA Y, the I 'Jth day of July, 1853, "
lirtwefn thobouraof Id o'clock a. h, and 4pelovk r. m. '
d cad day. on the premlMi or William P. Frailer, i
Rirhlanil towueliip, RuimnnLeounty,tljofollowiuggooda
and i'hattla, to wit: one heui ol wheal, supposed to he 1
Blglit acres, mora or K sa. 8
JOHN C. NICHOLS, Shariff,
HluriiV- Office, July Bill, 1833. At J
SHBIIPF fl BALE. Tftoaua Tnmot
re: Km Asm Mi.ssv. et al fa frttiot. Rj
yWna "f a order "f sate , . 4,r. , i from ttref'oori n
Cownirm flee, oi Reimrini -.nmv. rihto, at the Mmao)
tor thereof . n. i wiiiogja, for eaia an
WBDSSBDAYt Ik Mlk of Aupui, 1803
hofwoon iftahowraofia a'ejgeja 4. g. gng 4 actoeft r
f. of said day, at the front i'Kr of tiirmrt Honaa la
Mi. Ulairarilw, In said county, the lotlawiM ir ni.eri
r-a' to wit being a pa t of toe WeOt lulf of the
' nor ".h WOOtgaaner Ol aaetlon IT, townshi no. 4 ind raote
' no 3, and beginning for the MUM at the flf, V. corner of
I eoid aoation at a eteeni la pipe crook, tnoooa mth i."i
INOm to a station V, IhOneg tut HtMi polea ut a atnue sta
ion j, tlfOato nortn iv 3 paMai to a atone notion l,tnjonM
( WOrt Jl potei to the plgOJ of bOgroejlttg, 1 oiitaiuirig ittiy
to aeroa more or ktea
JOHN r. NfCHOLff, HherifT.
MNWHT! flfitr, Jrfff giii, ir-.y.-n,.iO
WMKItlKi'S KAI.K. LfffHAi.M J. IUfO
lJ r JoaaeNVl kaiO, it al. In Partition. By virtue
of an oriier ol aoMj to me din utd from the Court of Con
eaoa PleOi Ol Mel moot Count v , lbOa, at the siiu.mer term
Inaread IttlJ Win onVf for aa at puhhk anttaaej on
WBDXBXDAYt tht Mthof Aunt, 185$!
between the boaraol lUo'ctv.k . n ad 1 o'clock a. n. 1
ol said day, at iba Iraki door of tba Uouft ttaejae in Mt.
Cwirarille in ca.d couit'y. ib feMawing dooerllied real'
OatotO, -ituat lying and 1 elOg in gWlmolll count) , Ohio '
and trfjunrted atd ooarieOOl a MlOWa. to wit. tract '
betr.f a part of toe aOOtb east OOOrtOr ol Mh tiun ij. tOWO' 1
ehip No. 4 r : range W '., u-ihihiik lor ihr- iiu at a j
itaaa at iho aoftb weal comer of aid quarter, tnanaej
with the boandary line at IfJJ 10 a ston at the
north eet corner of said quarter, IbjonCa foutfi W dWlUl j
Kjia to a ttnog at the comer of Jamoe Ut amma land,'
thenre with ea d IfroWfn! line iwj 0i to a s'ake. I
Ibonce north ag pois to a atone, thenr a went 3 poloo to
a stone et the went boundary I 00 of laid quarter, and
llience north eT powl to the piaca of boglnnlnf, cott'.aiti- 1
ing 'ii acre. I rood, and le parehaa, OM life otner tract 0: j
which ia part of the N. L. quarter of -a d section lie
li'imng it a atone routh eat corn r OftM N. K. quarter
afraid section, thawoa noftti on too eaatfcM Iim ea poleo '
o a large white oak Mump, thence aonth 4twegt 111
to e atakenea a red oak tret., and theiire ea-t on
he quarter aOetiOO liOO T.r, pO'Oa to the ; !a I Of bgglalhg
waialalag If acres and U peranea more or less,
JOHN V. NlCliO'O, lilttnff
HherlfT's Office. July lib, l-."i3 5,'-0
BOOT & SHOE STORE
ia sr. cLAinaviLita.
JJUU :.-.! r rssssttlalt)' Inlsraia tht patrt i
I thai bs li. opMHnl. 111 ttic iiiw baiiss. inso
u tii. Aiatritaa lluu.i-, RCLCN0IU AMOBT
M i:Tcf 1
Doots nnd Shoe.,
Imttraclnt ttety vsriaty .ml .ifc, f.r l.tn. fientte- '
tSU m.ri ctnlilrcii. arhltk Will Si .old on tli m90 ri-n- (
jit.' if; Isfms, Hsvln, sscsrsd the isrtrlcss oi .Mr. J
;.MX'll MEI'CAl.P, mi stptriSMCd aorkman, lie ia '
rppared tu do t'L'SToM WORK MrUk naalMssa and :
LEATHER AXI PINbtNOa atwaya on liaud at
l- luvve.t Cosh prire..
ln the .i;,,oile .iitc or Ihe Ftrttt he btl a fir.l rate 1
t.orluielil ul i
mLrarin. ll'A Java, ,o and Ijagttlrs Coffee,
eas, and every varieiv . I .;n..e-, unit oil.i.r a-
cle. u.nallv k'-j.l 1:1 ..ii.li e-l.i iMhnil'nt.. wiu nSr; f"
'III lit aold low iVHol.fcSALB or RETAIL, iaua ,
Oil ' him a rail, and jjiljt lor fOttrStSS,
.1, ril I, leil. RICHARII B. RVASi r
PI OLDEN BEE-HIVE BTORE. No! '
I JT 174 Mats "t.. tVnssMso.V. BKCONDHTOCR -IF
BUMIIER CiO' !?. We are now reeemn, our
rom! tork ol BRAMIN MII.K GOODB, cumprisin,
.e LARGEST VARIETY, and Mint or till
rich err and cheapest goods
,r ever bfiMfht lo Hie cr.y. Having IpOrtt cnnpiderable 1
me in the I'a.tern Markfl.. at tin. advanct'l SSSSOa.
ml SaylMf With the CASH, Wsbsvt ao tonelit many
vies of toodl a to Ik; Sbl. to Mil them PAR CflEtPER '
isn tvtr hefort offered All vve a.k i a FAIR SHOW,
ml WS can EOnvlnce all i ho tn buy tliat it II their ,.
ittrtat 10 purclia-e at rJTIJ.VE ci TIIOMAB',
June :t, lejj.
pilE WAY WE DO IT Is to buy with J
J. ttir CAftl, tVblch alwaye Bhabtog HI to get ijoorls
loapcr than the credit ay atom, and tone wa arooblo or t
n to (-ell many atyloaol goods at a iri-l jirorit les than
Mf 1'iivern pav f'jrtheirn. Wt hOOa now inetQfOManf f
i s ni DM KHS GOODS, BON N BTB, H ATS, II' iHfCB V.
DKFS. BHAWLS, etc.; iiought in tble w ay nrhictv
e are Aiily aolllng at nrlcea LOWEB than ev- r i-ef)rd "!
tared in wboeling. Oaii oon if eoo w ou!i cet tiiip I
BTONE & 'I HUM AS, x
June 3. IT4 Uaiu st.. Wheeling. j,
N KV FURNITURE AND CHAIR v
Ware Roooie, Ml'NDA V & COTTfl invite the el
lent ion "I house keeper- and other- to their New Fur- C
tureantl Cna r Wa e Rooine, In the new brick hea tiff- tfl
p. No. 101 Market atroot, a lew doora bolow th- Market ltJ
Wee. They are prepared to tarniefa all article-i in their
le, such a.- 0
dressing and Plain BuieaU8, Secre- a"
tary and Book Gases Card, Dining hi
and Breiikfitflt Tabled, Di
vans. Ottomans, &c, Fancy What m
Nots, Fancy Work Stands. Chairs.
Windsor and Cane Sf, Mahogony
every ear let v. PLAIN AVI) FANCY LOOKING
iABSKB, CLOCKS, dce.j allofwhleh tVillbefurniaU
proniptly to ortfer, ai the looeat prlcoo. We reapect-
II v invite the puHlc to cal ami ei amine our atock,
lling aitureil that we can render MtUfaCtiOfl in al!
POO, lotto I, y.
jarOOLEN FACTORY P LRAB AR j
r t Vai lv ,'. BlLMONT Co., Onto. '!'he aulticriters
uhi reepectfully inform the public that they have ta
Pleasant Yalky Woolen Factory t
. KINBEVfl MILLS, bt a BOrica nf year, nnd in- hi
lot lis, Satinetts, Flauiwls, Ulankets,
The machinery being in porfoct order the reel r''
red to render lull latWfaetlon to a'l thoeo or be may
rl gUaBUaod to lender tlirir patronage, and lurniah a?
Od CLOTHS, BLANK ETS, BTOCKING VABN, die.,
ran he manufactured In the country. They will pay
tU for o '. manufacture it on the aliared. or by the .
ardlnffi Wcarlsi Palling rtnd. Dfeins
II bo attended to on tin- ahtfttaai notice, and moderate M
ma, From our being agpafloneod io the bualnoaa, aui
i determination to render aatiefactiou, oa eonfldently
pect a litieial liare ol untrnnaze.
C, WHITBLY fc SONS. T.
OPFBR8 an pxprtliout, by means of which, prudent WOP escape losses. They tranter
to oll)ern the riOetO which inrvitaldy raum thein. Tor a imall gnuaiaoaation,tleOK rlaka, 0 bleb might In an !
unluaay event, roiaj ludlvlduabi, aro aaialy aaaantod by Cooipantea wellorganiaed ami jfadic ioual) iitguagcd. Biich
an Inatltution in tiic
HAUTFOlib, CONN. j
thig OAm hfti now tranedetod MtaiaOol for more thar a gnoHop of a Ndtneg, and ltturcd real and paraonal
property agamm Ion by Fire and Wojaf to the value ot more than j '
Two Hundred Millions of Dollars, i5i
IN THE WESTERN COUNTRY I
Several TluJunand Loaaea hava been incurred upon the abovo uaki, all of which hatd bean aJueted at the
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE
Al rtlnrlrtnatl, anrl paiil wiili the slMMt prmmiturl. tCCwdlSf to th. rnuilitlona ot Die Tollcy, i may be iteu t
tin runeiiiti uf Itie a.v.ral clalinaiilii on tile. tl
TBI, Company ha.i' its operation, upon uch a ncrfLct(;ri plan of caali premium., wall acattcreri ties, ami Ions ti
eancrl.nc. In eillinalinj hazaril., that the interest, ul .11 conrernait arc prolecltd. Tin Company rtteiTti iroin 6
almo.t Iniiuincralile aourcca anil in ainall aunts, a large annual Jcpuait. o
Its Annual Premiums and Capital Stock Exceed
From thie fund, held aa a public trust, loaaea are paid. To aecure fbr the public and the Company a permanent P
ability to meet every fair demand, all erroneoua or frauiulent claima are of murre rejected. This ! the only plan '
of Invuranec whirh can long dgoaiVa the public confidence, and tho undurii;ned a;ent confidently Invitea Big
triendi to eecurethemaclve at hie Agency, agalnet luia by
PERILS OF NAVIGATION ! k
The af.enta,e. of tht. contract need scarcely kt ur-nl upon wealthy men, or nierehants, fo tey rat.ly nec- '
ler.t it. anil if they rlo. fires leave them other reor,,o. It is especially raluahle lo IskStiSf SIS, mechan it. and
dlhcr. of niorlerate raeaiia-.wlio, perhaps, have I'lHe el.e than a homo and its contents in the world.
These should never nedect to insure; r tire that may visit Hum at any hour would leave them bnmel.M, .ml "
with no capital but their lahor to bagin aain the striieal. ot lile, and y.ate of toil and wateliini! must pass htore 1
they can rejaln what they have lo,t, if Indeed it is ever rtoue. To surb, insurance Is a dutv. If th. individual is j J
ortb lif.ie, tbef ipense i. les. II he owns much property, still, tht eitwnse Is ultima, .ad hy investln, a few dol-1
l.rslie Is s,l.. II in Is overteVen lay misfortune .ud bis ail laid iu atbss, be receives s recdmpenit lu u. h capital t '
eilal to hi. loss, ami may soon restore what has henu des-ticyed. I
I'-i'icics issue! a' ..It linci-. upon fati'iat'le lenn. 1-y L
D. D. T. COWEN, Agent,
ret st ChireTille enl OtluisiT CoiwtjF j5
. 'IV) TIACHEP8 AND TOWNailtP
I It'MllllH '.I I I t MII.D.Re,., , ,h. ,lt,
SSM eciRimHtse of III. Betmnnt rnnniy T..elf.' tnatl.
IMt, Mopted bf Um Isetitut, .1 n. BsMMn In Uci .ler
, i oei uomnlUM ippofated le exefnine siui
rVeomflienaj Tel tookt, al'lrr btVlBg exam
mod such hooka Bl tfltf cmild olitsltt, un lh
Varlnni srioncc, WOVMftjeBBsBMfteJ lite bsBs
tion of tho MrVWlRf reniiliitiiin
RrlBfeetfi That tlio f1.llnv.in2 BBWed Vsat
Book be raeomawiBled lor BwjMlon lite Ui
Public Oslieoli ofRelfltofli County -.
NeOtttriT'B KcbdiMi Bnuttta ...
h.iv's AaiTimtTios .-.sn AuiititAH, abb
Piaaao'a Primabt a A sumc m. o ,.. ,.
Mr.s amd EaU(a Tsaciim.
II. I). MoCARTY,
Chairman a th Txl liou'. Committee.
All of Hi. looks ri.'ne I IS tl. .l.rire re;rt can la o'i
Mined at u Bc-.k stoers ( g, ii.ior.,. ,, j I, n
Itu.ae, et fsawfisbti rats.,
r or parll'ular. of lairoda .t...n spnly lo
ft c. notVLBa,
May ii. ijR!Ir.' 9k C'"'""-C'
SPfiING AND SUMMER
AT Tilt ITOtB OF nzst. THO.V K,
ti c'. rlint every rsries, ornrw., Frnck di is.c. c'o-h
cost' of every Saality lel'.ure an, nnish, Twee.l Cash
U.-.1 tiii.u ..,! do.n... fa iry Ca.linere, Ratinstt. CoJ
ir.tim fancy and p . in i.nej ds. Ve.is. erery anslltV a. r!
?2 ,J,a' r t'u'-'s-lnjtvofirartKls .tbs
coiiipIfVun of ,;t,,rcr,iTi', ,v,.jr.j'.e.
Olstbs,VSllai,rsa Ind Viitn..olthe nen-e-t a-id rrost
ipprovnl ...vie.. I bsrs Co intctsd srltl Ik a'ov bust
ne... TAIi.oKI.NO taTABUfrUltNT, a-.d a... pre.
pa red it, I1KSU order, i the bsrlm i.otice in lba nest
..I snd tsM manner, sail and island ei.minef.r roar-wlvt'-
lAr.l I, lt02.; Bt.VJ. THOMAS.
Id,1 NACLE &. CO.-"(StrcetBoB to
READY MADE CLOTITINGS
tiiliaiile far all times, aaasm, a d occupation, coosi.s.
MjlM part of UKBftS. Ht'Ji.K AM) BACK COATll
sT.'V'r V.'.'c-T-'o lV '"K. ? '.Tlx, M R KIJ.
,M nd ftNC i BB'i a of erery dSMriptlOH, MM ra
an Kin ... ana at ericet tbst cannot fell t iieaea to.
ether w.t.i a .e'i.-al m-o-iice- i of Shine. Ilo-e, Olovs,
MUre, Cravats, Itandk.rcbi.r., rtuspsnders, Ac,
Jine, y.a k. Brows, Orsen, and C'a-.t
C L 0 T H 8 !
Sti'eaJE 111' M!: ' tl ;f)-n dMlr It. M
Nil take ; our mesture and saSk H u;,. BKInt tfeiitbl.
vLftL.t. ar strsrf srarfa. color and prlrs
miiivV?y" Msnll's. i'tr.ir end P.'m
.a. HATH, Bilk and Konatb do, Allot which will i.
ot.l as low a. thjr can !.c bffnjbl anv v.h.r, .UM
i.d We think a ferr lower. wssssw mm,
, :rTI,e odnki and pansri of lbs la-.e f.-m of F-int
srkek tu. all in o.ir bands, Those indebted to tela
nil Will piea.e ca'l ami islllo,
.St Clairsvillc, a;,r. ii-:. u;,.t tf,
COME ALL AND SEE!
UriLUAM DARRAH HAS REMO.
, l n B,?.:!,l.S"K,f " m.in one door
Mor C, MUbbard, a,l naarly o-.;in.,,t I,.r- -ri,,
top. When lie has a 'a-.-e snpplv ofGBOCKKItfl ofev
rs vs'.ny, ..,ch a. -u-... Mb'aeeM, t.... V-iii'I
n:fve,r- use-, 'tobeeco. t-tH't. . o-,n.ii ,.f
'' ! I- ' -ivere. i:,n:. -. . '.v,.-, .. JBSAm'
"," "bovslf, Upadea, Hots, Fork, ofsfefy
ind Bnpn cotton yarn. Canrils wick, DreetaB, Mad.
ir, Alain, ladlso, ftiee, Kal'a, eis,
Andiviry thin, eaneralll kept in Grocerv Stores
llorwbieh v. ,i! bs .li.po-e.l .,r,t i!- very luwnt r.tc,'
And slMprspam toUke In Cottnln oroJ-ice atc-'h
leas. 'ap. 1. 1-53.;
nRESH rUT;r;s: J.-irs r. Oituaa
L WHOLRtALF. JXD KKT.'.IL VRVOOItT
orth .t.:,; Mala street, t. Clai-svilc. Oiiiolas a '
sn I, aid st .11 .e!i chea Ilniva; Psjiiis; Oils; Jive,mfl-
"l",,r-- f svarp doscrintion; Dentist iu'r.c.1 ai."
strinary Instrnmenui Penknives; n.ior .trai,. at.
iavindCrtam.ur.ll k,tK; Bmshe ol v.r farlMvl
oatnetic. mrloiori. of all kinds; II .-r,k Books- Lef
r.Kote snd Foo'scsp paper; Ulndow ilaas, and IIjK
sr (lass wtrei Tea.; Chewlo, Tonacco. dsc j,e.
J'".0" hand t 'a-je .apply ol Ctstor an :'.-ve-t
III Oodtroy. -ord:s- U,'c:ncn' Hr..-; O-'oe'doc-rSlo
die Mni'' """'"a' '' s ISBalli ink. of
Thankful to e uitnmcr. tat the Mberal PStronaM IbSk
'tJsame Brio, be Wotlld ,-t, couunuance
He nar.icu'ariy larlbH the rtontlm of cour.:-v mer
.ante, promutiu, .! tbej willve 'urn a ea!'. io hlrnlth
em w, in any a licit in his lint, row a, Ih.y ' sn
tttsBI in ijic saait qaanttliss, in lbs La,-.e,., j;.,kf..
WATCH. JEWELRY, AND
C5"V TtBT rte.lvdd a neat a.-cr.
ga ! " tVH.n-ll.VEB
V -- y-- , A 1 CHI..-, coniis-.in, oi Lever
fj!flSyhyjt aSpinS, and Ci:artier watches
I . fjjnda 'so, a neat slock or JEWBLBY,
fi e. I H5 Kn,,,,'"l "' l:rr;:.-s, Breast
' X!& V ' Plus' Kingsi With
' " , t, ''.' jy " articles usually k;.t iaeuch
-rscG15 a'.li.lii..snt.. Those WiShlSf
make prcse'it" trill Snd many articles in the collection
lilaldc tot1 e.r purpose.
On liainl asoo.i Sttppti Of RChOOl a-id ilttTSTJ liook.
tvdtchetaiid ci'jck. rarsTally reitatrej on tiic shortast
I .Id ..Iver ami rsv. tsk.'., in etr!i.vire 'or "ood--.
Room Oat door '.'"t; .! Mr, Trot!, store
Htc.al.iead. J. U. WILLIAM.
WEW CHEAP r.sn STORE. Tow".
in.- Johnston's otd telsblishtd and well known
heap -Mm 11 ..i'n on Mam street Ha. Kb) can't bb heal
is Mill in ii, in? colors, w. f, ABBL'BT lias'n.t r
lived a larje and choice isltcted ..ortuknl of fia
OBT BEABO.VABLE and
ver iefore lltlertU for sale in the Cltjr or Wlieellef.
be ball is still In uiutioti, dud I am Hie vary Uciv to sell
itapOoods, Come onj Come allll a.'d ciainiue my
"''. cd U'-t so""' of ihc Hermans v. blkt tiiey aro tu-
c. 1 nave fiood Ooo.;. and Cb a;. G O and 1 say on
e positive I ant selliai utu cbeano.1 0.oJs la town,
r til md si c. tv. r. ASRI'KY
Ma. IB. Ko. ICS Main smsm, Wbtaitif, Va.
JARDEN, BR ANNUM &. CO; HAVE
. 1 jmai ret m tin- (bUowinfi
81) br.ls. X4Ckerti larP :t:;
5o do ilo Mutliuai; ,
W ilu ij Small;
-o r'o Xadloaij
W : dd Mrdiuuit
25 l I i I . U r ri M g l now C 1 1 c Q ;
C o i v N bi k a d (I e r r i n g i ;
3 r r I a C o al F i u ,
10m ficki prim a H i o CotTeo:
la!'t. Bdtai Tanry T o li i c c o ;
U irih do Pina apiiU Brtnal tintthi
0 Wfa l ixc- fV.nr v liranJaa Tira ;
1 fn-k safety fiaj'S fnr Ms-tin; ;
a hsafrala i . . t r ,i Oiii
All of wKlch will he to d low for or in m
t uioroaod pnMtMo,
Mrnif ,H"t, anc 2 183ft
En ( 4 ftEAT iN0UCMNT8!U
E3ltan ? r.'v.vuMr is 7;.i.r.'-.Tiio
jBSSp wiliiti tu purcliaur clittirs vvuu'J dfeDrvll
1 til I 1,1 ' ' corr""r j"1 Mn"' Um noii
f lj TO HOlriK ' cri.re purcliadinaciacwhere,
four calla will Imj (raiefully rfc ived and
an n in waltad upon with pleaura wbailMr you buy
sot i UM wWcrlWra takt yrati -.i m bhowinir
tor ntncK in any n lto inav favur tlicui witn a call, and
icy ilaiii r ih-.jiM' lv. ilia; l py tan f-ll yov chairsfrni
l ca"Xa m $IJH Iri.v r on IbaaOtllhaH they f an he bot:elt
i any otlier est U'lulnn' nt. Al! we ask i to lve ma,
Ut aa we aro dctarintnod io mideraeH and throw in Um
all oonipotlUon. Cotnaono! Come txw.i oid chaira
jpaire-i and r.paiiitoJ A si, !h'1..l panitmz done at
!aonahleratca. WKIGHT LAIUBEBT.
June N, lc&3.
IWKE NOTICE -A FARM FOR
&ALE.1 will offer at pqhlla n!e, on MOVDAV
in 11th day ol J.ily, l-5:t. the following pramlaM, ran
Untng W acres, aiinated in the county or Belmont ami
ta.e of Otuo, awl firmer a "art of the north wmi quarter
faetrtmn No.2T.in township No. 7, and ranae N'o. 3, in
I tM Btdttihonvl'ta land diaUict. formerly oCrunkd by
Lgnca Btrt;, a 'd now occupied by Kewia M. Walkor.
La location ta n verv d--ira le one, he mi; wi'hin aquor
;r of a mile nf ihe HarrlvrUla a-id Riirierort plank road
nd B or 9 milu rom the city of Whoaling, and that Ohio
iver; the aoll i( rich, and a out Fitly acrea cleared and
ell-fun oil. SO l ' i vt i r-et In timothy and clover
ra; and a'l in 4 high atata of cultivation The un
lOvcntents. mv iat nr a noA Ftcno (twt-llinfi house, with
frami! kitrhen -. i -.- room a'ove kiiclian, aaxl
wrl oT Rood water, near tht: kitchen luor, a largo frame.
i-nwi ha atone hatemcnt, and wall flinched, wajrou
tioda, urnnarit -t, a' d other out-huildiii, tho huildin?
llneailvtiFW. One h'-.nrtrad heerini; apple treea end
tany other varieties of fmit. The farm iaaJl well wa.
red, ai'.'l very rultc' !c lot ctiht. ummjg or craam, or
Term of saif Onr 'thl deat' in hind, the haienee m
ivoeoj'ifil annnal payajiaiita, with intereat f om dav of
ale. The prenit o cupant. lattwia II. Waller, wiMo
npyand ho'd ; of the farp, uniil the hrai da
f April, lt?M. The p.ircheeer will receive the rent from
ne riiv oi'te e, and take I H MMM'tM at that tune aaid
Vathar havin" aririleei of provionOy takme o r hie ef
ICta, r-rt i' le ito ttt arUdl ol aijretmani between bito
ndme. rorfin'"ti part tea' if" app'y to me at the Ha
iu;a Banl'. Wheal i f Vu , Lew: M Walker on aeM
inn. or daui'.al Gil!, Mouiit ripasant. JelTerieu couni ,
The Ve will ttkc Ha e on hf wt Vt'ta at . v to? k
M. M K.iLallN.
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