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-'wluhlli'.j "-' i. 1 mmss:
our Balgibor cab wtll be proud. All tha
principal periodical! ' the day may be found
upon ita tablea, and the latcat papcra from the
North, Beat, South and Writ upon the filet .
Mr. Wharton, Editor of the Uatttte, ia the
proprietor of the room, and ita admirable ar
rangement reflecta great credit on him, and
ueaervea an extensive patrohage.
I he complexion ot the next legtslsture will I
be an follows:
"4., . !
Freeaoilera 4' 4
Ita temperance force. stand aa followa:
In the Senate there are 14 in favor of the ,
Maine Law and IS against U and in the
House the Maine Law force ia 32 against 60.
No Maine Law then for the next two years, J 1
unless some of the present opposition should 1 j
'about face' and vote for it; we sincerely I .
hope they may. J ,
The Freedom of the Press in danger!
6s, at least, cries out the Press of Cincin- 1
nati when Judge M'Lean orders its reporters 1
from the Court room. '
It appears thst in the Martha Washington ,
caae the Judge prohibited the publication of
the testimony before the conclusion of the I
trie), on the ground thst it biaaed the minds 1
oi the remaining witnesses, thus defeating to ('
a greater or leaa extent, the ends of justice. t
Some of the Cincinnati reporters, in deSance p
of an order from the Court, published some f
of the 'testimony for which offence they ''
were banished from the Courtroom.
We honor Judge M'Lean, lor thus daring p
to cross the path of that most powerful en-
gine, the newspaper Press. It shows that 1
he la determined to act upon his convictions
of right regardless of opposition. It is a rar-
ity to find just such a mnn and we cannot but a
feer that the law will be enforced and justice e
rigidly meted out to all. "
The Statesman thinks Mr. Justice M'Lean
should fee! thankful that the Cincinnati press (
are o willing to aid and assist him 'to read tl
and expound' the law.' p
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VOTE FOR GOVERNOR.
The Statesman has collected the vote for &
Governor from all the counties except An- p
glaiae, Scioto and Henry, and its footing i n
as follows. (1
Medill, 144,925 t
Barrere, 64,370 t
Lewis, 60)150 tl
Medili's majority over Barrere ia 60,555, f,
and over Barrere and Lewia 10,396. ,
To show what an awful falling on there tl
has been, we append the vote given in this t
State laat fall for President. Pierce, 169,-
330; Scott, 153,536; Hale, 31,683. It will p
thus be seen that Medili's vote falls short of r
Scott's vote by 34,395. The total Aote last a
year was 353,438. This year it ia only 379,- ,
454, being a falling off of 73,974. f,
It is well understood that twenty or thirty ti
thousand Whigs voted for Lewis on the tern- g
peranee question. Thisfully explains the in- d
crease in his vote. O. S Journal. j
BELMONT COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
BARNESVILLE, Oct. 24th.
The Belmont County Teacher's Institute
convened in the M. E. Church.
Being Called to order by the President, '
Prof. Tbact conducted the devotional ex
ercises, hy reading a part of the Holy Scrip- "
turea and prnyer. ... ',
On motion, Messrs. McCaKTT, Bboom- "
hall Arid1 Thompson were appointed a com- u
mil tee on Finance.
Messrs. McCarty, Moore and . Nkoh s a u
committee on business. n
Lectures during the week were as follows: "
Arithmetic, Prof. Tract, N. York; Physiol- P
ogy, Calvin, Cutter, M. D., Mass.; Eio- 1
cution, Liberty Hall, M. D., Boston; Eng
lieh Grammar, Prof. Childs, Cleveland, O. F
On Monday and Tuesday evenings mem- v
bers of the Institute and citizens of Barnes- ll
ville were highly entertained by lectures upon 5
Anatomy and Physiology by Dr. Cutter. '
Wednesday evening a numerous audience 1
was highly entertained by Prof. Tracy on F
"Educational Agencies." '
On Thursday evening after ahort address '
by the Prof., the following resolution was '
Resolved, That our Common Schools be '
governed without the infliction of corporeal 1
punishment. After considerable discussion 1
the resolution waa laid on the table. '
On Friday evening the Union School Sys- 1
tern waa ably discussed by Messrs. Tract, 1
Hall and McCartt. I
During the week the following resolutions 1
were offer-red: ' '
Resolved, That each male member of the I
Institute pay to the Chairman of the Finance y
Committee the sum of two dollars to pay those 1 '
lecturing,' and to defray incidental expenaes. 1
Resolved, That the members of the Belmont) 1
County Teacher's Institute, without cssting J
any reflection on the present Board of
School Examiners of this county, recommend i 1
in behalf of the profession of teaching, the j '
appointment hereafter in this county ot a 1
Board of School Examiners composed of prac-1 '
tical Teachers. 1
Resolved; That Music, considering its re- 1
fining indue noe upon the rising genention be I '
taught in ujl our Cummun Si'huols.
Resolved, That we, the Teachers assembled
at Itornesville, oincerely regret the absence
of Lorin Andrews from our Institute.
That we sympathise with him in his present
indisnosttioin, snd hope he will eoon be re-l
stored to health and cunsequentl) usttlulueas
in the great cause of Education.
Kesolved, That tbe neat annual aesFion be
held at ffotavtOWN, in the Autumn uf 185 1.
Resolved. Thai the next OAiMterly aession
be held at Mabtirvilm on the last Thurs
day and Friday before Christina.
Resolved, That, the following; persons be
appointed to lectuaa before .the -Institute at
next quarterly meeting; Or. and, Heading
M'fa Jane Edgerton.ind J. 8. Bailey; Arith-'
.. ...t jmi. '.J .afilMgfiL .1
metic, J I. Thompson; E. Grammar, John
White; Oeography, Win. Negua and O. W.
flogue; Physiology H. D. McCarty at J. W.
Wood; Aatronomy, -D. T. Moore
An address on Education, Miss. R. Bailey.
ResolVed,' That we return our thanks to
those gentlemen who entertained us so pless
antly during the week with lectures upon the
most important and practical sciences ol the
That we also extend our thanks to the
citizens of Barnsville end vicinity for the use
of their Church and for the kindness with
which they entertained member of the In
stitute during its session.
Resolved, That the most important parts
of the minutes be published in our county
papers, and a synopsis of the same be sent
to tbe Ohio Journal of Education.
D. T. MOORE, Sec.
Our eaatern exchangee bring the last letter
of Mr. Secretary Guthrie, to which we allud
ed on yesterday, hurling Judge Bronson from
his post because he dared to think, to spesk
and to act as a freeman, as an American. In
this letter (see the letter in another column)
Judge Bronson is dignified with the title of
"subordinate," and his hightoned, elevated,
dignified and manly response to the Secretary
is characterized as "manrfesting a spirit of
insubordination," rendering impossible his
continuance in the office of Collector. Haa
t then come to this, that in America, the
tome of freedom, freedom of thought, of
iction and of absolute independence, a man,
ccupying tho prominent position of Judge
Ironson, a position creditable to him and the
ouniry, a man of the highest order of legal
ibilities, and of unimpeachable character, &
ibove all a Democrat, and a loading Demo
rut in his State, is to be cut down from his
iffice for no other reason than because be 1
irst dared to avow his sentiments in his own 1
Itate, when called upon for them, and then 1
lad the hardihood to stand by and maintain
hem when ordered by the Secretary of the
treasury to retract them, and to act in con-
ravention to his own conscientious convic-
ions. Is this the doctrine of the Democratic 3
arty! Is this Democracy ! Are we hence- I
rth to understand that Democratic appoin-
ecs throughout the country are the mere tools
nd slaves of the Secretary under whom they
eceive their appointment, mindless and do
endantl Is this freedom or is it slavery (
iot only are they to obey in the discharge of
he duties of their post, as abjectly as a J
tussisn would obey the ukase of the Empieror 1
r a Turk the mandate of the Sultan, the 1
etly tyrant, whose "brief authority" is r
tretched over them, but they are to do his
very bidding, as a slave does that of his t
iaster, they must act the scullion and pur
eyor, and cringe and fawn on the master
ho holds the lash above their heads; or they c
ave the Executive mark of Cain placed in
leir foreheads and are hurled forth from their r
laces to make room for more abject depend- i
nts, who will be satisfied to feed on the pap
f patronage, and fawn on the master who a
ummsnd8 them and lick the hand that up- I
lies tho scourge when they are, like Judge (
ronson, guilty of any act of "insubordina- e
on." A pretty term to be applied by Guthrie 0
a man as far his superior in every quality v
lat makes the man, as is the sun to a star of
lie sixth magnitude! Truly Americans have i
illen from their vaunted freedom, when dar
tg to be a freeman is characterized by one of i
ie Heads of Depsrtment ss'insufrordmatton.' r
in English Ministry would hardly use such 1
term with reference to one of its high ap
loinlments, and here in America under the 1
eign of Franklin the First, a man, who, all i
dmit, has faithfully performed the duties of t
is office for "insubordination'" in not con
jrming his political faith, in State politics r
io, to the ipse dictum of a fifth rate pettifog,
er. Let the Democracy compare this con
uct with the following manly avowal of Gen.
acksoti in his first Inaugural address:
The recent demonstrations of public I
entiment inscribes on the list of Executive '
uties, in characters too legible to overlook- '
d, the task of reform, which will require
articularly the correction of those abuses
hat have brought the patronage of the Federal
iovcrnment into conflict with the freedom of 1
'' ct ions, and the counteraction of those causes
ave distui bed the rightful course of appoint- 1
tent, and have placed or continued power in I
nfaithful or incompetent hands." ' 1
But we tll not pursue this matter further, 1
ut turn to the fairer side of the picture. It '
mst be pleasing to Judge Bronson and his J
lends, and to all lovers of manly and inde
endent action, to review his course, for in it 1
hey find nothing to condemn, all to admire. 1
'hey see in him sn embodiment of the great '
rinciple of freedom which produced our Re
olution; they will see in him a man who -11
red to ssy to the Federal Government, you
hall not interfere in the freedom of elections, & 1
specially in State elections; that he dared ;
o act on the principle which Jsckson made '
irominent, a principle lying at the very
bundation of our government and the rights
if the individual. Such a man do they see
n him, and how grateful to them the com
isrison when they turn to the petty tool who
las thus attempted to ostracise him and over- I
hrow him, because he dared resist the en
:roachments of the Federal power, which
vould penetrate into our every concern, and
ender every officeholder the hireling tool
ind petty agent of an aggrandizing central
lower. Thus it has often been in times past,
ind we are not surprised at the magnitude of
he offence, when we consider the size of the
lerpetrators, and the scope of the horizon
vhu h has so long limited their vision. The
'shoemaker should stick to his last;" and
vhen Gen. Pierce expects to make a states
nan out of a man of Guthrie's mental pro
jortions, he must expect to be dissppointed.
I'o suffer fur the right is always honorable,
ind Judge Bronson could not have been more
fortunate than in becoming the martyr of the
:ause in which he has been cut down. Let
lie result be as it may, he at least has reason
lo be proud Aristides was bunished be
cause the envious could not besr lo hear him
called "the Just;" Murcellus was exiled from
Rome because a tyrant feared the comparison
h mji the people would make between them;
but even then we learn that
"Mure true Jay Msrrellua enledfeela,
T . 1 Cawr with Bale el Ms liec-la;"
slid such may well be the proud reflection oi
every one who fulls a martyr lo the right, a
champion in the great cause of freedom ot
thought, '01 freedom of expression, and, above
ll,oi' Ireedom of individual action, regun!
leas of Executive dictation, Execitiie
menace, or Executive vengeance. Wheeling
. . . - t. - :
(rThe public debt of Russia in 1853 was
60,100,100, bfiog an increase of 50 on
cent, since 1B49.
Bulk Brntitio in New York The
Romanits,of course, deny the Bible Burning
t the Ave Points, biJt the proofs are over
whelming that the infamous outrage did
occur. Mr A. Stonclic.e, who witnessed
the whole transaction aftd rescued the Bible
from Its destroyers, while they were kicking
it about the streets, ssys he was standing at
one of the windows of the school rooms of
the House of Industry, when his attentiun
waa suddenly arrested hy observing man, a
prominent Catholic, take from the hands of
a child a newly bound Biblehe turned the
leaves over, one of which he tore out; draw
ing from his pocket a match, he struck it up
on the pavement, ignited the leaf, then the
tump of a cigar in his, 'mouth, which having
done, he deliberately communicated! the burn
ing leaf to the Bible) while doing so, he at
tracted the notice of aome ten or a dozen
boys, to whom something wss said, tbe pur
port of which was soon but too appaernt;
the burning Bible was thrown into the centre
of the street, and the boys, who were im
mediately joined by the stragglers around,
encouraged and incited by the bystanders
of whom probsbly there were fifty within as
many feet commenced the work of kicking
it about amidst curses, language the most
blasphemous, obscene shouts of brutsl laught
er, and riotous conduct of the worst descrip
tion. Mr. Stonelace went into the atreet
without his hat just at the moment the Bible
was kicked smoking upon the stoop of the
mission room of the House of Industry, from
thence it wss sent into the gutter; he follow
ed amidst the mob and secured the book in I
front some twenty yards from the place where
it whs ignited; he said a few words, and amid
hoots and shouts and curses, retreated to the
house, where he presented the charred re
mains still smoking, and filthy, to Mr. Pease,
who was at the time sested with his fsmiiy
ind several friends at supper; the Bible is
itill in his possession, and may be seen by
iny person who may desire it.
Death of Remington. The Southern pa
ters announce the death of Jo'-n R Renting
on, al Galveston, Texas, on the 18th ult. of
rellow fever. Mr. Remington was well known
is the inventor of the 'Remington bridge,' and
if many new branches of mechanical indus-
The "Herald" states" that the exportation
if specie from the portof New York last week, 1
vas greater than in any previous week this
ear. It amounted to nearly two millions of
lollars. The aggregate value of imports was
nucb less than in any previous week for
nany months, falling below the aggregate of
xports; a very unusual occurrence, even at
his season. 1
Baltimore, Oct. 31. New Orleans papers
f Monday are received. L
Telegraphic accounts from Nashville on- '
lounce the election of John Bellas U, S.
The Washington Union of this morning ' j
nnounces that the Baltimore Platform must
e preserved, and suys the act which placed
ten. Pierce before the people, brought into ;
.listener a new covenant, and thai he cho j 1
ttempts a violation of that solemn covenant, 1
whatever his antecedents, will merit, as he ,
vill unquestionably receive, the condign pun- 1
shmentof an unscrupulous politicul traitor. 1
The Union (says that the department of
Itale has received no official information in
elation to the rejection of Foresu by . the ,
The United States Treasurer's statement,
nade up to the 34th shows the net amount :
n the United States Treasury subject to draft, 1
o be 825,958,756.
The City of Manchester, from Seville, rr
ived this morning at Philadelphia.
CHARLESTON, Oct. 31.
Grand Sire Do Sausure, of ColRmbia S. ;
1., has issued a proclamation declaring the
ndependent Order of Odd-Fellows in Can
ida as now under jurisdiction of the Grand ,
jodge of the United States. 1
CHARLESTON, Oct. 31. PROVIDENCE, (R. I.) Oct. 27.
A great fire occurred here last night, about j
1 o'clock. It broke out in t he Howard block,
in Westminister street, which was composed 1
il ten buildings, and was the finest in tbe
tate. It was entirely destroyed. The
lames communicated to the Museum, which
vas also destroyed, and the two-story wooden
milding, adjourning the Museum, was great
y injured by the falling of the Museum wall.
Fhe three story wooden block wss likewise
:onsumed. The fire extended back to Ex
;hange place' sweeping the entire square,
ind destroying a number of wooden buildings.
The following are the chief sufferers: G.
K. Howard, 880,000 on building and 30,000
to 40,000 on stock. A. M. Leland, music
lealer, luss 10,000; insured for 3000. G. L. I
Dwight, owner of the museum building, 50,- 1
J00. Insured for 15,000. Wm. C Forbes,
lessee of the Museum, 2.000 to 3,000. James
Hedges, carpet dealer, 30,000. essrs. Ty
lor Sl Co., furniture dealers, 20,000. Jas. M.
Bostwick, confectioner, 23,000. C. F. At
kinson fancy goods, 10.000. Wm Ellis, dry
;oods 3,000. W H. Low, boots and shoes
7,000. And numerous others of smell amo
unts; amongst them, Calder, druggist, Dr.
Johnathan Smith, Taber, music dealer; South
ivick, clothing; 8. H. Wales, jeweler, and
others. The total loss is estimated at from
)00,000 to 500,000, Amount of insurance
FURTHER BY THE OHIO.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 29.
Her Biitish Majesty's sloop of war Cocs
trice,. arrived at Panama on the 13th, from
Han Bias, with half a million of dollars in
silver for England.
Serious disturbance occurred at Taboso
awing to the arrest of several seamen be-1
longing to the Amercian ship Ohio, by the
United States Consul. Their release was
attempted and a fight ensued, which, however
was sooi. quelled.
A further shipment of Australia gold,
am iuntini; to $45,000 arrived at Panama by
Melbourn dates are to the I8ih August.
The Mining intelligence continues favorable. ;
A number of now and rich mines have been
discovered. The price of gold is 77s 6d.
The government gold escort was attacked by
a g-ing ul bush rsncrers and robbed of nearly
$1,000 in ,-'"d Several of the guards und
lour of the robbers were killed. All com
posing the escort but two, were more or It ss
The American steamer Unicorn, from
Panama for Sydney, had not arrived or been,
An English company is in rretaty for the
purchase of the (tcamer New Orleans, at
price of 40,000. j
The Melhewn markets show bat little if;
sny improvement. Holders are firm in ex
pectation of an Improvement in prices. The '
supply of flour is very great. Sixty chillinga
per bbl. has been refused bit American,
hough small lots have been sold, at lower
prices. Provisions, groceries, baron and
hams are very dull, tbe latter difficult of sale
at any price. Building materials are rather
lower but in. great demand.
A fire at Valiaiaiso, HcpU, let, destroyed
twelve house and the same number of stores.
The loss is estimated si $800,000.
The President has granted the ususl Ex- j
equatur to Reuben Wood, United State !
Consul at Valparaiso.
, The screw statmerrJaaV ent out by
Lady -Franklin for theoretic regions, trrived
at Valparaiso, where, owing to iome diss-1
greement among the officers, the whole ex-1
pedition was abandoned.
Exchange and Money.
Exchange on ihe East it (tiling at I. Money is 1
wry light and the probability n, that it will continue j
sa lor some tima, unless soma great re-avtion tskes
place. The pork-packers Hill find it very difficult '
to obtsin sny thing like iiifiicient to. carry on Ho lr '
uusineM. 11 the wa r in Europe haa actually com
munce'l snd continues, produce will rise, snd ihe 1
sgricultural interest in this country will be in (pros
perous condition. Boms unforsosn event may come '
10 pssa to supply tlx: emergency, and all things move '
011 linrmouiously. Bank" Mirror.
Counterfeit 2s, Bank of the Empire State.
Two counterfeiters, with $3000 in Counterfeit 2s I ,
on tats bank, were arrested in llituhurgb. Hank 1 1
Mirror. 1 (
Anotiieb C01mr.1i! ut. - There ia another dan- j
aeruus uiunurrleit oui, says Uiktaoeaatllsourier: ,
snd we advise our readers lo be up.ui their guard ,
against it. It iss three dollsr4iol upon the South- 1
em Uauk of Kentucky, made payable at Husrcll-
ville. In the genuine the word "America" is printed
across the vignette, whereas a pen the counterfeit, J
the vignette is perfectly plain. The noto is good d. .
so well executed that almost any one would be likely t
to he imposed upon,aud particularly in tbe night sea- 1
Pittsburgh Nov. 1.
r LAJUlt- the nuws oy the Arctic quickened Ihe i
demand, yesterday, ami all that was otic mi wss tl
taken at ..,--,tji;.iv lor upertinui satea on arrival, d
al 45 and 10U libit Ktipcrhne at n.OUO; 70 snd loo d
bblsdo. at the same lure; I" do. at 3,b7, and 70 do. d
at .,!"; fruuislore sal' sol ! ' '.!. at L.,l'.'Cp,-.V
OKA1N the demand is m-tiv-; sales of loco bus e
Oats, lo arrive, at t" 200 hus Old Corn at 70, and t
200 do new, at 55. Tins is the first new Com of- p
Icred, und the figure obtained far it indicates how it n
is likely to rule. e
BACON the demand hi quite moderate; sales ol si
100 pes. and 50UO as. at 7o7r ciiioulders, uud Vf a
ilo flams. 1
.PISH sales or 5 bbls. Lake Trout at 9,00; Whin n
I'ish 10,00. h
BUTTER sales 5 bbls. prime packed at $14. d
I It it iS the Cincinnati usjMtaot baturday,says: v
" The sale of 5OO0 Hogs, dt)bvyaUe in instalments si
:ommenluiug December 'J0i$vafwaarerage ot '"J 1,1
reported a tew days since, wss nut, as we learned
to-day, consummated. i"
The demand for Orectl Meat, deliverable from the ol
Mi ck, is unusually light for this period ot the season, ec
Hams are saleable at 71 to 7; but tides and Should- t:
rs are not saleable to any extent, ' except at prices '
dial would not jusuly the current rales of Hogs. tl
I Kt i.N the Philadelphia Commercial List notes a
lales in that market ol No. 1 Authracite nt si;.,.;;, ci
HI, and No. 2 at $Jb, andstates that about 10OO tons
hi v. been shipped from there to this market. d
. . . tl
According to anialemeni in the New York Times, "'
ompiled Irom ilie records at Washington, the total '
mini- valuation of the Oolloii exported Iroiu the "
in niu.f port, of theVnlMiti'alxs up to June 30th, '
55.1. wu $lu;'.t;io35,Bfiriiist $tt7,9C.',TM up to
he same period iirl85T "snowing an iucrense of 'r
: vi .iitn.ti.'.'. This wlllflu a great way towards '
iquidatiug the increased importations of foreign 1
NEW YORK, Nov. 1.
The New York State Bank, was robbed yesterday, ir
irrernooirot aorm 3?;Otm MnV rTar""' St
CINCINNATI, Nov. 1.
Flour, 3XX) bbls, sold to-duy, at 5,25 a5.3U, and b,
'50 bbls, at 5,50,. No sales of Whisky. Nothing p
Ivnu in provisions. ri
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 1.
The offerings of Beef Cattle lor a week were ai
ibuut 3100 head. Beeves selling at 7,70 eo 9,50. rr
logs prices about as last quoted. In Cows prices n
nge Iroiu 10 to 40. Calves from 4 to 51 per pound, v.
ive weighi. There is a good demand lor'Sheep i, to ai
i.Jhanibs 1,50 to 3. a
BALTIMORE, NOVEMBER 1.
Beef Cattle about mK) oflerad 1100 sold and .
100 dr ivin eastward. Piice ranged at 2,50 U)3JJ7
in hoof, equal to.':t7i net. Hogs supply large and c
tales at liaC,50 per 100 tor live hogs, bring a 'decline
... I ...i w.u.U I i teiuUmov itesMiJI downward.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 1.
The Augusta Chronicle safs thst the cotton crop .
las be n complelcl) killed, i Xeepl in a h lavorite -(
eicalities. . . .... : I
About 10,000 bbls, of Flour wcro sold, to-day, gen- '
sjiilly attn advance of 35 caVCy
Hoes Th Louisville Journal pf Salnrrlay says:
Hons. We hear ol be: Jine contract, l.fiOOO head d
tteliveratile early in Dcseinbrr, end average 200 n
lbs., at 4,87 net. - . . .
We also learn that an ofibr of i,H not for 1,000. n
head was refused by a packer.
Messrs. JackBon.Owilep, atOn-httve several thou
sand head in penatnd intend to commence killing
as soon as ihe weather is cool enough. E
Tlienrsre shout 8,000 head now on the road to J
this city, exclus ive ot those- souiuig by railroad.
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M. E. CiiuticH. Pastor, John .V. Sankin. Pub- 1
ic Worship at 11 o'clock. A. M. Sabbath School 1 1
tt 2f o'clock P. M. Samuel I am. Superintendent. I
PsEauvTtRiAN ChuboQ, Psstor Jtlhn Nojtat J
Public Worship st 11 o'clock, A. M Sabbath "
School at 3 o'clock P. M. George Anderson, Super- .
Associate Reiormed Ciar.cn Pastor, Alrzan- j
irr Young. Public Worahipat II o'clock A. M .
St. Thomas Chircu Pastor Jr. Mollis. Public ,
Worship Sunday, Nov. 6. l
Society or Frienih. Publw Worship in each
Church at 11 o'clock, A M. ' '
MYSTIC IXHXJE, No. id), I O. O. meets r.
every Monday evening. .
HOPE TEMPLE OF HONOR, No. 38, meets 0
on the 1st and 3d Tuesday evening of each and ev-
FIDELITY SOCIAL DEUREE, No. 38. meets
un the 2d and 4th Tuesday vveiung of each and ev- t
BELMONT LODGE, No. 16, Fra Masons, meets
on the Wednesday evening immediately preceding
the full moon. j
ST. CLAIRSVILLE CIIAPTBR, No. 17, Roy- '
al Arch Masons, meetsevery Fiidsjr evening inline- J
iiatsly after Full Moan,
RIO FRIO DIVISION. No. 351, Sons of Ttni-
pcrance, meets every Saturday availing. a
- ' V
Jov tor tkk Invalid We cut the following from V
the '-Philadelphia Saturday UaSBtUK" - Bfld rseom
mend our reltlers lo peruse it can-fully, and those
suffuringsliould not delay punaaiftiy ' 4
OR. IH)Of-'LAND'S OKIVIAN JB1TTER8,- "
This celebrated medicine, prepared by Dr C. M "
J ACKSON, at the iuiposingOerrnan Medicine Store. J
No. 120 A iCA street, is exckhlg nnpreoedented "
public attention, and the proprietor, wh i is a '
sotonjUkt physicisn, is selling imniense quantities nl "
it. The virtues of this remedy are so fully set forth v
in the extended notice of il, to be seen in our silver- v
tiling column, that there is hardly.sjiy inoru leli for "
usios)ienkol it. Phis much we may add f)l it
1 nig train ol ph) tical ills to which nim.anity is lo ir,
there is n ;ne mom distressing than vho general drr
angemerlfof the digestive apparatus, which never
t.il- to afecotnpiihy a disordered state of the liver .
Headache pi's-, laqguor. fretful iMsa, aai'inus tongue "
a mortal bn lajh, Joss of apupUterMne shtatr. oh in- '
drac ribabh-wretchednesa oi exiatenoj, are. itainsut
(tatfesnri Itle-wastinp st'WarH4i These diratses,
which ha4 bafBbd lbs skfil of the ablest Doctors, '
hsvs been radically cured by llootIsad Gcrmaa
THE GLOBE: ' II
THE OFFICIAL VWl li OF C05-
and Hewapnper for the Peoole.
It will bo secrecy IR siinexer) estraet ,,,m s loi
ter ol (ienrrsl Vvaahington to Davnl Sn wart doted
Nsw York. 17th March, 179(1, that the idea of such
a paper as I prnposo to mske Ihe Ole-hs- .irlglnnted
in Ihe mlhd of the Fetlierof his Country. If.- .aid
"Ills lobe Ismrniid thai tie editors of tbe dif
ferent Uau-tus in ihe Union do not more ((snerally
and morn eorectly 'instead of stuffing their papers
with scurrility and nonsenicsl ieclamallon. which
few would read it they were apprised of the con
tents; publish the debates In Congress oh sll great
national questions. Tho principles Upon which the
difference of opinion anace, as well as lb decisions,
would thru come fully before the mil. lie. snd afford
the best data for ifsjudirnierf Srnrkt't H'nlmgi
Washington, rat, W.p.Hi,
Tut llAIM CiJSX
t4t ' "1 I
t4t "1 I
' Tin i ' ' m s-iovai Otoar.
In surrendering my interest in ths organ of s grrnit
political party, I cheii-hod the porposo ot coniinu- .
lug the Congressional Globe, and, il powible, in tiote, .
lo perfect it. into a lull history ol Ihe scti"n ot i
Congress, giving the debates accurately and folly I
with the proceedings all stamped with the verily
d an idle ml n cor T From the passnge in the latter '
l Oeneral Wasliington, which I have quoted, it1
will be perceived th.it he thought this office n.ilu
lie corn hi tied with thalol a regular newspaper, and
t is certain thst ihe avidity of the public lor news of
the less important kind greatly rontrihules to give '
s ings to the weightier matter which may be called ;
Having succeeded in my purpose of perfecting
he reports of the debates in Congress snd giving
In in the official stamp, 1 now prop.ise to send them '
Broad, in connection with the news of the day, in:
uaii haate as shall outstrip full and accurate iritclli- j
jetite sent from the seat of Government in sny oth
ir lorm whatever. It will even anticipate the scraps
f news Ibrwsidcd to cities within two hundred and
ifly milee of Washington by telegraph, Before the I
it ems thus trsnsniitled srn publisher! in the morning j
ispera, lor instance, of the city of New York,) the
jloU- containing 'hem w ill have reached the post '
iffice of that cltyhy the Express Mail of the pre- ''
ious night. The process b) a Inch this will be tf-j,
i cied I now lay luloru the public.
I will have a corps of sixteen Re-portris in Con-
;ress; each in succession will tske notesduring five
lliantat, then retire, prepare them tor t lie Prets, put
hem slip by slip in the hands ot compositors, and '
hus, while a debate is going on in Concraat, it will
e put in type, and in a lew uitnutcs after it is ended h.
t will be in print. I shall by this means be enabled
send by the Express Mail of 5 o'clock p. m. lor the '
hst. West and North, and by chat of Uo'clock p. in. '
x the South, all the proceedings ofCongress up to f
lie ordinary hour of adjournment. Thus the accurate 1
ebatcsof Congress will reach the cities two hun- '
red and fifty miles trom the Cspiiol before their n
aily uiorninir papers are incirculatiou.
The miscellaneous news I shall be careful to
ather tiom remote sections of the country hy .
degraph. I will obtain from the Executive IX
xnnieiits, through ollicial sources, the mailers of ,
loment transacted in them, and, through agents '
mployed for tho purpose, all the city news ol con-1
quence in Sufficient time to be put into the Globe
ail mailed in the Express Mail trains. In this wuy j,
hope lo create a new era in the dissemination of
ews Irom Washington. Hitherto no newspaper "
as attempted to give authentic accounts ol things :
jio- at Washington before the public mind at adis
moa had received itajtirst Impressions from irrespon- ;
ble tclcgraghic di-patches, or by letter-writers 3
used by peculiar views.
Washington has now become to great a center of J
jlnical interest during all the year the proceedings n
f Ihe Executive Departments and the information
illected hy them even during the recess ot Con- "
ress is of so much imparlance to the interests ol" e
rery section of the country that I shall continue
ic publication of the daily paper permanently, with
view to become the vehicle of the earliest and most
It is part ol my plan to reduce the price of the -lily
paper to hall that ol similar daily papers; and
lus 1 hope to Mtand its circulation so as to invite I
ivertisements. 1 will publish advertisements of 1
le Government. To subscribers in the cities I "
jpe to submit such ter in? as will induce them to J
ivcrtisc their business in e ery-pillage throughout ,
ic Union, where the Globe is sent dally under the n
anks of members of Congress, all ol whom Hike it, s)
id some ol them a large number of copi' s. . o
The installation oi a new Admini.-trmion and a
fw Congress portends much change in the coarse 1
f public uflairs us the result of the next session,
lany vast interests wtiich were brought up in the .
.sl Congress weru laid over by the Democratic j
isjority toawail the action of a Democratic Ex-
turfve. ' Tlie new niodetlng of Cfte tanfT the new f
nd system; the (juestion l giving homesteads, and
lairing very man a freeholder who may choose to j
icnnie one, the approximation of the Atlantic and j
aeitic oceans by a national railroad across the ter- i
toryol the Union; retbrni in tie Army, Navy, and
vil otiiccs--all these-great questions, with a thous-1
id minor rnes, deeply affecting multitudes of men
id every State in the Union, will, now being I
latured by public opinion, coine up lor the Govern- ! i
lent's decision. Theso new issues, co-operating: f
ith old ones, coming un tojbe disposed of by new (
:iors on the scenes at Washington, will be spl to 1 1
lodily greatly, if not alter essentially, the party j
rgaulzaliotis of the country. jjj
'I'o these elements of interest another is likely to v
3 introduced by the interposition of the agitationa
I Europe. Alter nearly forty years of peace in ! i
lurope ihere is an evident restlessness that now 8
lema fraught with tendencies threatening war; and .
wur comes, in all likelihood there will follow such ,
niversal change that the United Stales can scarcely 2
ope loescape ita vortt-x. Indeed, trom late events
is apparent tliat our Government is ulreadydrswn
ilo European difficulties. 'I tiese circumstances are
ilculuted to draw the public miud tuwurds the next
ingress with much expectation. -
Tho Daii.v Globe will be printed on line paper,
ouble royul siie, with small type, (brevier und j
onparei!,) at live dollars it year.
The CoitijncssiONAi. Globe will also he printed on ; ,
double royul sheet, in book lorm. royal quarto size, ;
ach number containing sixteen pages. The Co.s- j v
sessional Globe proper will bo made up ol the
roceedings of C ingress snd the running debates ss '
iven by flie Reports. Thu speeches wluch members
iav choose to write out themselves will, together e
;i in the messages of the Pn sident of the United r
lalea, the reports ol the Executive Departments,
nd the laws passed by Congress, be added in an Ap- k
endix. Formerly I received subscriptions for the '
longreBsioiiul Globe oud Appendix separately. But J
his lias nut been louud satisfactory, inasmuch as il J
ave on incomplete view ol the transactions in ,
iongress; and therefore 1 have concluded not lo sell
lieu" apart, considering lltat neighbors can have ihe i
dvuniage of both by clubbing in case individuals i v
hall find it loo onerous to lie ut the chaige of both. l
'I'o facilitate the circulation of the Congressional)
ilobe and cheapen it lo subscribers, Congress passed I
nsl year a joint resolution make it free ot josluge. (
annex it, as the- law may not be accessibla to post- t
lasiera generally.- c
gin) R'isolulton providing for thedistrihuiftm of the
Laws ol Congress and thu Uebutes thereon. j t
With a view lo tho clu sp circulation of ths laws ,
I Congiess and ihe debates ontribiiiiug lo the true .
nterprclution thereof, and to nioko tree ihe com- I
lunicatinn between the representative and con-
tituent bodies: ,
Be it rmohrd by the Si natc an I House of Beprcten- 1
Uitxt of the United States ot Amerira in L'ongre J
.itrmhlitl, 1'hat trom and alter the present session
I Congress, Ihe Coiigiessionul Globe und Appen lix. ,
rhich contain the laws and ihe e'l-bales Itiereon, .
hall pass tree ihrougli the mails so long SS lbs BUM !
hall be published by order ol Congress: I'rovidrd,
,'hat nothing herein shall be construed lo authorize 1
lie circulation ol ihe Daily Clobe free of posloge.
Approved, AugustG, 185.'. ,
As I sell the Daily Globe at half the price ol "
imilor publtcaiious, so the Co.vorlssional Globe & ,
iri'E.ND.X is sold lor halt the cost ol so much oufn-
nsition.preiss-woik.ond paper. This 1 can all'ord ,
i do, inasmuch as ihe subsciiplion ol Congress al t
lost covers Ihe cost ol composition, and this enables
ic to sell lor little more than llie cost of press-ork '
lid paper. It requires the sale ol uboui 'J.OOO copies
i reimburse expenses II 500 only were sold, tin .
ost of each copy would be about I0! lqedebau-s
i the lin'disli Parliament cosl i.bout reu-ntimes us ,
luck as f charge subscribers 'or ihe debates in J
kingress, equal in quantity, and ss well reported '
The n st session of Congress will he a long onet J
nd It is believed the Congressionsl Globe lof II will
aach 4,000 loyal quarlo pages, us the last long scb u
ion iiiade:t.H2t and ihe long one before that made i
901 royal qur.rlo pages four large volumes each
union. H subse-ribers will be csreful to file oil tin 1
unils rs reoeisi-dby them, I will supply sny thnt '
iny niiscarrv in the mails. This work increases in
alue as it grows old. The lirsl seventeen volumes t
rill now command thru times, and some of the Bub- t
squent ones laws, their original subscripli in ft ice. i
The Buhscription price lor ihe Congressional GIoIm i
including the Appendix and the laws)issix dollars ,
Complete indcae will Is: made out and forward
j subscribers s.kjii alter ihe sesfcion is ended.
Subscrilssrs tor the Daily should hsvc their money
era by the 5th, and lor tho.Cong teasional Globs by
he-lSth ol Docomroir. .The money must accompany
i. ordsifor either 'the Daily or tbe CongrcssiunBl
;fobe. nk ntKSrej where sutosoriUrs re I
iA- uill Im i eeivsut at oar.
Wutiwmn. Octakar It, 166.
irr y rs! A-n 9num m , n.!r 1 , Osfrmnl
ni n p
r si nil ir. . Mi id km it 11 n ,!
i-sstf-iif ,i,Mj n.-f nrliylnjqdil i .. ,
action on tl,,- ISirt: tts lendehry to drive rllbuioms
to the surlacc, Uienliy el.-an.ing Hi- System iiieoi
illrur Pi mature-. -,,, -KSSpriptl mi its harmless, and
at tho same lime ritrac-rnirMrS gorsl pflocra, an I the
numlier of cuns Imtitied to hy' ninny ol lihe iirasi r, .
spcciible ritlsens of Klchmond, Tt. and elsawherr
must lie conclusive evidence that tle-rs Is no hiimbuo
The trial nfn si,, -le Wttlo will aniwli .the m ,-.i
seepnenl ol i' l-ui fi's.
','Sce sHveMlnemru in sn' ther column.
OttTfi ST A TP. TivrnfPAT
1 ' 1 i.'l " 1 J .
A Weekly Paper. To be PuHirhtd at the Citu
of Colusnbtis, Oi to,
The undersigned. b iding to the suggryiion of its
pstrons in sll parts ot the Stat, propose to continue
the publication ol ihe llmti Stuit DeM'ickat, uud
to maze it a rtRMA.sr.-iT r.-rtR.
The course it has pursued. 1 1 ls tik'n as an evi
denco of its future cours.:. It will dvleiid lJei
cratic men and Detiercratlc mossures, and will
lealously aid in the propagation of Uimocrauc priu
The permanent establi-hment of a paper at ihe
Boat of the Stale Government, where re-n. nl all
Itassa, can ! had to the doeainsim, and candnsted
by theme who know and h el the stiperi.rrity ol proof
from tlic record,' in prelereni: lo any other tcstimour.
must be spparenl to all.
It will, as heretofore, defend our noMe system of
Cnmnmn Schcols in Ohio, let 'he attack come Ironi
whatever quarter ii may; and on thi-i, as on all nth
ir Questions, it will oer lie found in tin.- rsnks of
radical progreruve Democracy.
Eor iu support, it appeals to 'ho tried snd true
Viends ol Hi Democracy. It uw iu exisiciic tn
no clique il will advocate none, anJ by none will it
To those kind ho nds. in every part of the State;
who deemed it iniiotIant that the " Democrat" should
become npcrmnnent pnper. its proprietors will look
Kith conUmre for aid in ill circulation. It tsiil be
lli easy matter lor ihern. and other Democrats, who
i icw the success of their principles as worth con
ending lor to swell up a Nstof snbmilbeis, which at
ines will place ihe Dcmoc-at on a firm and laa'iug
Care will be taken tomakc it worthy of polronage;
tot only ne a political hut as a nines paper. It will,
ind in the very nature ol things must, rely on iia '
ulmcription, to save its .proprietors Ironi loss; on-l '
icnce it is. thst we ask the Democracy ol the van- '
us counties id Ohio lend us ilnir aid in giting it a
irculatiun which will ut once place it. in a pecuniary '
mint of view, on a loundation where it can exen i-e '
Is usefulness without fears for the future. The low
rice of the subseri jtion. places it within the reach of
II. Will our Iriends. in each of the counties when i
t circulated as a campaign paper, avl us getting a '
:tof peruuwtrtt iiib'riJrst , I
U.ti()lllJ & til. hi-;, rVBLISIIERS.
Single copy, per annum (l 50 I
H copies, lo the same Post Office 10 00 I
20 " ' 20 00 !
IQrThe sabteriaiion money, in all cases, to I e
irwarded belore the paper ia sen.
DISSOLUTION. The partnership here- ;
totore existing he'.ween Hie uiidcriigned under ,
SS tirui name of I). B. Atkinsaii Sz Co.,) was Ibis il.v ,
solved hy uiiilual cuusest. All issriDlis bavins uii
:ttled arcouniK with laid firm a'e reipectfullv riauest-
il to call immediately and make settlement. The Books ,
'ill I found in ihe hands of 11. b. Atkinson latMofieS
f Warflald St Atkinson, one door East of our o!d fland ,
II. B. ATKINSON,
JOHN K. NE WLA.Sn.
Brid;'er.ort, gept.rtli, 16j3. ?t. pd. nnv. 4.
V OTlCH.-llY tlRTUE OF AN OR
, dcroftlie I'rnbalef 'ouri of Monroe County, OblO
will ofler 4U imMic Mta on ?(h day lb QU of ltli i
louth, lf-.V. the following tOflCribtfJ pnwtiwn, viz: a art b
; the . I'., quarter of Htction 24, township 7 and range
t (A laVOM Co.( Ohio, Comamjng 20 acre, more or (
kits The loifjl nremifw lying about 2 miles suuth of
ic town of Uarnenville, and will bfl fco'H sutject to the
fiarcs o( Ricliard E. Gray aud hj&h Gray, each 1 eing
ne-eighth part thereof. .
9ate to he made on the premise), ltn-een thf hours of
I and 4 on said day. ASA GAKRLTSOX, !
Ouardiau ol the in. nor heirs of Davii Gray, dee d.
N'ov. 4, 13?.
iJ Tint Oret Plkiulh or tiic Blood. ,Wr a par
icU yf .Mercury in it.
i I m Ai.i.iiii t It l m e tv for Hcrofula, Kiit.-' Fvil,
Rheumatism, Oltstinale Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples .
or I'ustuler on the Face, Itlutches Boi Is. Chronic bora i
K --, Rius Worm or lVu(.i,.vi!ii llu i.l.n .i .- , t i
iiiMt Tain of th Hants and Joinpa, Sluhhorn L'lrera, M
Hypln'ft it. Disordera, Lumbago, Spinal OotuplainU,
ami all DitOMts arising Iroiu an Lnjuoicioui use ol Hw
enry. Imprudence iu Life, or Impurity ol the Ul nl.
This valuahle .Medic tne, which hat low kcoinc cele
rated for tlm iiumhcr ol extraordinary cuts eifccied
tiro ugh its agency, has induced the proprletort, at the 1
raent request of their Iriruds, to offer it to the pUiC .
- hich in-' do ivith the utmost cuntlilcu :e iu its virtues
nd wonderful curative properties. The lollow log cer- j
i ri rates, selected from a lare uuniler, are, however,'
troneer twatimony than the mere ard of the propria i ',
jrs; and arc all Iroui trenileiucn wll known in their It
alities, ami ol the highest respectatil.tyt many of tlicui '
i-siding in the city of Richmond, Va.
T lOVMWi Etci-. of the Exchange Hotel, Rirhmond,
nowti everywhere, eays he has seen the Medic ine called
aiitkr's Spanish Mu rcar. administereil in over a hun- ,
ret) cases, in ntrorlf all iht Jisoaoil for which it is re .
ommeuded, with the most astonishing irood results. Me
ays it ii the most extraordinary mdiciue he has ever 1 ,
Auuc a!o Fkver Rrut Crat. I herehy certi'y i
:iat for three year had Aguu and Fever of the most '
inlent descritlioii. I had several Physicians, iok large '
lautilies of ciuinine. Mercury, and I lehevt all ihe;
'on its advertised, hut all without any permanent relief,
tt last I tried Ck ieb's SviSitii Mivrtp.i:, twb hottles
I which eifectuaMy cured me, and 1 am happy .to sy I
arc had neither L'hil's or Fevers autre. I consider it
he best Tonic in tlic world, and t e only medicine, that ;
ver reacfit'il my case. Jou.h Lonodun. 1
Beavur Dam, ear Richmond, Va.
C. B. Lut K, Eitj., now in the city of Richmond, ifrtdi.
or many yeai s in the 1'Ost "it. .-, has -'u h confidence in I,
he asto'uikiiiii" utficacy ol ' ' .huh -. Hi-aMisii Mimcbk, j
ht he has NoWlM upwaitU of lift y bolt :es, w hid. he nas
iven away tu the ffHicterl. Mr. Luc:; say phi has uc-Ver i '
.uom'ii it to lail when taken accrdt iff tf) tf eelions.
Dr, Mimil. ft practising f bvaicliaii, and lonut ily of '
heCity Hotel, in the city of Richmond, sav3 he has wit
teased tit a numMi ol tnaiaiiris the fTect.4 ol Car
"ut ' fSf ANtsii Mixture which were meet truly snrpri '
nig. He says in a case of Coiiioiiiptiuu, dep tnlent on
he Liser, the uood etfectt were wonderful indeed. j
tisMCEL M. UlIU of lilt fir iu 01 Urink-r 4c Mor
is, Richmond, was cured of L iver Compla HI of h years '
tamlnif;. hy the use of two botMea of Carter's dpAiush
Great Ccre or Scaor-t La. The Editors ofthe Uirh
no;id Republican had a servant empleyed in their press
uimii, eurod oi vm ent kUrofatia, ccHubitiotl witi Riu-u
na fisii), which i ut i rt ly disa' led hun IfOU. work. Two '
ottles ol Cartel's Spanish Muturu made a perfect cu.c
f hun, and the tdi.or. in a pu: lie notice, ay they
chcerlully rtcoiiimend it to all who arc afllicted witu '
my diseases tit h$ blood." '
wTlLls shoriiEu Curb or SiBorcL. I had a ver)
alua'de boy cured of tfcrotula by Carter's Spanish Mil
ure. I cottctu'er it truly a va uaMe oiedicine.
James M. Taylor,
o I'luctor on the R. F. or P. R. It ( i. Ric im .mil. Va.
Al T nill.tJM of -ii YF.ARS STAJTRUfa Pflftm
Mr. John TitoMPaoif, roaidhig in lo. city ut tic
loud, was cttred l y three LoiUes of Cftrtor'i Spanish
future, of Salt Rheum, which he had nearly VO ystars,
nd which ati tlic 1'hystciaua of the city could not cure.
Ir. TsMmpson is a well knowv 'merchant ol the city of I
lic'hinond, Ya.,and his cure most reularkahle. I
Wm. A. Ma ituewb, of tltcliuiond, had a servant cur
d of Syphilis, ii Hie worst form, by Carter's gfjtuiah
lixturo il' aaya he cbcefnllr recommends it, an.l
ouaidara it an nivaluanie medicine.
EicuaRU E. West, of Richmond, was cured of Hero!
la, aittl what i'hsn un- cajlad coudrinod Couauuip
ion. by three bottles of Carter'a'Spaiitsh Mixture.
Edwin Blktok. Commi-sioner ol the Revenue, ay
e haa s6eu the good ailrcta of Caner's Spanish Mixture i
n a nilmher oi syphilitic rase.-, and a a it is a perfect;
ure lor that horrible disease, ; (
Wm. G. Haiwoos, of Richmond, cured of Old ures t
,nd Clcera which disabled ktm trom walking. Took a t
ijvv l ollies of Carter's ftpa.ni ah Mixture, and wftj ena- t
ilcd t walk without a cmteh, tn a abort time fleruia- t
laully cured. i
PrUcioftJ Depots ai M Ward, Close A Co.. No. B3, 1 ,
1 i. t- i I. sii'- Nov York. 1 J
T. W. Uvott at Suns, Ko IS2, orib 2d at. I'biU.
Be una'., at Beers, No. iSj, Mam at., tticniiiond, Va.
Aud fur aae hv
II. ALEXANDER. eH. ClftlrftrCli.
Jaa. Baker, Wheeling.
Win. Dunr-ar, (Jniontpwu.
Geo. C. BjUttl,Kluah,ng.
U. tf. t f i. . Mumaiowu.
H 11 Mm. Baruewillo.
M P Mile L ft. iu. r. ir no .
Al hj' Utfftfctft la MWiclotv mrj acr L
' V its,,
fiewfiT or ri'Mt, rinTATrl
' ' .s , - , I . l
iirDAY, ibc i3.li duj of Di ot ink r
nr t. nl i i fi.r tals a' iObt aiielmn ansa tun turiniM.
'Iw 'illuwii. real ctai.. InWit: part ol tbe N, ahil
V. v miirtrrs ot ci lion Nil '.muil part nt ill. N. I'.
l l. v.. iiuarleri of Mellon No. l In lon nihia No. 7
ol ranje No. l,ol land. air. rid to Ik aolil at msaksn
"' 1 """'I'll ami datcrll'til is lollow. to
wit h(inain( on in rection llnp lwtwrn aIS rrrtloti.
N. SB and 31 1 ataataka rornar of John I'lckaiini ami
Klij.li I,, k.-.iiv. ii,,-,,-,- - W. sn.'M olM lo islaio
a liirkorjr. thenrr N. - K. 1III.S4 pokw lo a atake
anrrouaded n ith moid, ad atandini In the ctntar of tho
i)uiiitatjr Imaol tccIioii No.-jii, thanra N. with aaMasc
lion i r M polti lo Win Mi,,, t'raek, Ihtntaa. tt W
lUpol,-. ia -i.i iheniH.so W. is polr.toa itakr'
lhrnt 8. ijo W. Vt pi.Y. to a alakr, thence H. t w'
S M pnlca loa lake.lhcnea . 3Si s W. 110 polx. u .
lake, thence rt.WO W. vi.30 pol to a .take, thence .
n M .S.4H polra acrosi VVhsllii Vrask lo a sisllS
rofneror Maitl.ei, pirniii.tnfS. ilencawhli aald Fln
inliieatandrl. it'. - W. l3hoie,tlate . Jfo Mr. MAS
polei to a atake neat raid Cre.k and tail .North ot AM
roal trom St flairille to L'nlonlntrn, l bene , II
inallran S.r,i, W. 4ti.4fl polaa loa .lake os the ftorth
jide or ii. run .nd ia the wMKrn loiiinlary of the S,
K. t)oru-rr,f aeriirin No 3n, thence Willi the land, or
Lcoh UiMRer, rfre'd, and lha. line of aaid naartor eroag.
inj .aid ereek twice d. IK j!aii lo a none torner ntar
a siualltiin and on it. aooUl hank, thence nearlr wili
aid ron N. Ul - L. 09 I polei to a alone coraer en tho
hank .r hill ahoee .mil creek, theme H. S't 8 E.
polea to a maiked iiar tree eo n r, Ih.'rice a. eJ K,
vi.mi pole, to a marked iniar tri o corner lijr the mill
raeeand on the Waal ltdtol it, thence H. 12, K 4 W olea,
tliencer". 1K W..1 pole.. tlienceH. 441s W.npolealoa
utar tree, th.i.e. N. H4 5 W. tl potemo a alone, thenc.
S' l Ir. 44 i pote. io n slaws, iheaeeB.JJ w.4.oi
po!a lo aitone.tllMie. H. Hfl 5 W 80.18 pole. 10 a atone,
Hie N . fr-J - . H S4 lsi loa l laek oak. thence a.
' tA'. 7. i; pot", lo a mvamp whitenak.thence 8. 1(1
K. 4 poll atom, oik. tlienci N.MI' i:.20.S polea to a,
titirti.ee, thence H. 1)5- K A poles lo a atotie, Uienca p
I 'Is a. IS plss to a ttot.r. thence X. ai B. .4m po'ea
ma satar IrSS, thence N,Ha E. Hljll polen to a atake,
lh.WcsN.OS p.. 311 po ... to ..t.ke. thence . 14 E.
K4B palaa la staaa, taws N. at e. in po.e. io
atake. thence .4J B. IU pole lo a atake, thence B.
e"l 3 E. II pole-, to a walnut on the hank of said (.'reek,
Iheeice. S.saa B. teja paisstaa atake. ihenee N. H
B. 13.40 polas lo s slAhe thsncs N.l - E. H potea to .
lake. Ihenee N. tl VV. I.e'.'x ole lo a amk, llienro
-4l- VV. It polea lo the line heliveen aecitone Mo. ao
'"I 3j at a itaks on ttit east hank ot .aid Crash, thence
with aaid Ine E.MAI polea to the pia.e of l.einnin:.
Conlslialag J0D acres, mora or te... t-a.d preruiaea
las the aine mi whteh the , . . ,l ta.-. dwe'l.
I s,ri wtn-li there ! erei ted a 'aree BRICK liWKI.
CUtO MOVIE lH.Vi; BARM- tna mtrt
I eeerina - v oul t-uild intra, Willi a never tailing aj rlOff of
f oi water cloaale llie bonae. There io fine APPIL
ukcu.iklt ut choice irmt spoil the prewifeaa, Kaid
reioiae-are well uatereil, ami well a-tanted to either
Carmine or ffrarinr. There are ahava l'.-o aerta under
a food .tale ol eultivat ion. Atao- ono of ll.c heal
)tt the prerniae. that can 1st found in that nciiilit o-hood,
mil a tiral rate
Vlth a MM Pare reatty for uae
For rnrlher parlDulara call al the prcmiae-a and aca
'"' )orsei,-ea. TbOJl are aittfaled on the Old road lead
iii from UeMawtown to ft. CVslreellle.lM aittieCreet.
India kaowa as tbs Nirtiota'a old null propstt. The
I'eruia of .ale are one third cash in hand, one-third in
Has year, and one-llnrd in I We yeera. with interest upon
the tlefcrred payment, from the day of aale.
The pre-imaea are appraired al N. A jood title
will tte firm the- purehaac-r.
Ail.n'ra of Hainuct Fickerme, dee'd.
Sot- 4th, K3. 4w.
PUBLIC BALE OP REAL EStAtfi
y nnp,T Of Court. The 1 r . -; r--r, i' arimiriiBtrator
tt :hp attatu of llni;h CreizhtOei, dec'il, will ofTer for aale
tt public auction upon tin; premises on
It;.fiSDAYf tht; 13th day of December
lost, ila bUotsrlnf itoertbasj real estate, to wit: iV feat
ft tio sretrl part of Lot Nu. 3; ,n Zand's ailrliiiuu to ihe
own ol fertsjfeport, in said County of Bnliiioiit. ir:th tlic
ipiiuritiianci s ibfafftOOlO In1fffllg. ftiiliftii dower
vUm widow therein, thesaiil dower therein Uelnc an
ttiliotty of a)liwM ptt year f r and iorltig her natural
tie Hani ire:mfrs arc anpra. : at $1j0, j ject to
laid dower ol said u idow.
Torutl of sa!e one third cash in hand, one third in
ix months, aud one thud In one irar, with intereast ou
ho de,!Vrred payments fiom the dav of sale.
Adm'r nf Uii2h Creighton, dee d.
SHERIFF'S SALE. Jamts Scales, fruar-
' dia'i rs; ValWtTIVI A0LT ftt aj, In Partition.
By rirtupot'an ersji tt of a'e to in directed from the
Ivitiri of t'omuion Pleas ol Belmont Cottttt, Ohio.attUe
a!l term la.', I ji!l olfer for alc un
SATURDAY, tht 10th day of December ,18:3,
ctworii theltoiirj of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p.
11. of said thiy, at tin front door nf iboOOQlt BntlOOltl said
'oniiti , the- mOwiti laiuts and lOMBifralts. 10 wit: sitn
w yin and he-itu mthp Crtinty of nelmant and Hlate
if Ohio, and in section Xo. 3o. township Tt and ranee 3,
.nd I? a pMt of the 1 oit!i-weai toaiarter ul said section
I ii ti 1 11 1 1 1 a i if a-, res inort or le..-. aii'I h thu samo
ri OiHtanf which 2 acres ware deeded hv Jtsso Penrose
k w :c to Frederick Aull, and lf3acres of jUie u: acres as
iorA.j.i.1 arp also a part of tht north-wet quarter of aaM
crt.un 3(i. ton nst.ip ant ra.izc 3. The term of sale
vill le as follow -: one thitd in hand on the df.y of Fa'e,
ne third in one y( ar. and oik -third m two years, vrnli
mer rt on ibi d Ajrf ci 1 armonta from Mm dae ot saie.
J'tll.N ('. rVICHOI.B. Wwrifr.
ShenfT a Office. Xo-. ith, IKX 9fM.
safaiWL FuR SALE. On Lit-
SiiiHL CLAIRSVILLE, and tW
1 I iim' from the
MMafW (.y.XTK.SL OHIO RAIL ROAD.
nut. 111.1:. I-;i5:hly-Pight Acre",
he greater part level upland and Creek bottom; with an
xcelknt STO.VF. JJoVSE. R.iR.Y. HT.1BLE. and
ttier hutldings, a t'vcit Orchard yf grafttU fruit, &C.
Vhiih I will sell Tw, w iih reasono ie paytuenta. .
Oct.Ce.; JOHN THOpAMOlfa
. ft17 XE T'TOR S SALE.
1i'rrt'WjBL I 0,1 ruiiMV. xov. nth, lew,
iMfUiiliiiY at Hi-la'.e reaidencc ot ul. 2. Wit as,
Msc1""! two an t one halt nines north of Mor-
J j I, aj j1 in 1 risWwn, on the Miirnslown aitcl
-i i!t. read, the fjllou in$ -joodt and chatk-a:
Hone8 Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Wheat
v thehuhelandHa l y the ton. PLOl'CJH ami JI All
Rows, and rariooa oibor articles too te-
lioiM to mrntion.
Sale to commence at Jil o'clock; terms made known
n the da v of sale.
LCTf TIA WICKS. Ei'n.
Oet.9K. of Z. Wicks, dee'd.
I FREDERICK FORNEY AND JOHN
1 f. 1 . plaintilTs. vr; Pctek VvTMS defendant,
Tbt de'endant is nolitied thai on the 24th day of lcp
cmher. 153. the I'bintitfrt hied a petition against hint
n tin- BelmoiitCounty, Ohio, CoataOOn Pleas Court, the
rrjoci and prayer ol which is for jndenient a:ainst tlie
Iffendaiit for Hi dollars with interest from Sept. 5,
IMS, fur OOftl ioM. lna dinL' ami w.ishin?. ami an or
ler of attarhuient has heen issued served and returned.
.'nU r a the defentlaitt ftuawon the 1 ution l-y the Ith of
'ccem.HT. l?sS9, the sau.e will ! Iftatn aa true and Judg
II nt rendired accordinBls1.
JOfTN II. 1 f F ATOX, Clerk.
. . B. S. t I. D. T. 0VtttL
Oct.er', W9I. At.'ya for pltlfa.
JANE RUSK vs.- CATHAtklNI RUSK,
et al. Belinunt Common P!ea?. Petition for dower.
Archii-aM Hntk, of nhio count v, Vircinis. is hereby
imtiflrrl tiiai Oft the tgt'i dayof Octjohor Jane Husk,
l Morgan cuti ty. t n 10 fliasj in lbs Clert n odice of the
Hlti nf Con: moh plpas ! Bft'iimi t Cottnlv, Ohio, a pe
. ti'Mi. the o' j- ci and ra ' r of which is aftalf!tslOUf of
lowof to the rsytltioner m the f dtowh'8 rlea rrllsrfl (rrra
a: the P. W qr ofHoe.t.T. P, It. 4. .ft said Criintv
' Beimrnit.exce t t." H O acres ftfrirl t tVm. Fatton
in-c i articii'arly rloei'lbed i" sail ntllion, I'nlesa
hfMl4 deiendaot ipnear-i pipadn. answer l demurs to
iai pMi ion yiti in 00 da-s af-' r the nexi term nf I
mirt. tho said Jane Rusk at ihe te in nrst aft"r the ei
ii ration of aa d f0 days will apply toa di ou- t to take
t e matters uf the Bi'l as c- nh Fe '.a id '.idee r hereon
iccrrrdiur'v D. P. T, COWRV,
Oct. 28, Cv. ItoPr for ftfHIOWftfa
XT OTIEIN PARTITION LeIftM
1 ley ami Catharine Mnhley, his wifa, Alexander
IVnndl urn, W ert J.i ftnd la" fonoa, iu w I . Jo. in
iVoodhnrn, 'he iiiikn' Wn l-eiis nf V tm v ites, late of
ui Moftvl, dcd,tre ut'know" heln c.f Ann Oitmore,
ate of Intva, decaed, and WiMimu f I'li-ore, will take
mticc ihai an aiueir'trd laMltfrnti was filed aaiuat them
W the ItMh flav of Octor, 181?, Iff the Court of Com
noil Pleas nt Belmont Connie. Oi -o. hf Rusarua W.
Invall a''i' Rn-anni Uttva'l. hswife. and is now pend
nn. wherein tli-' sai'l pfti'.inners dtmftw ra''itio nf
lie following real eeia'. Ivini? in ftftd Conntv of Bl
noet. and 1 tntr the XV. 4 of t' e V. W q-.nfsea. 2. In,
i. rftttM 4. 'ontoininj Pi drea mnrt or less and the e. I
if the n. K. qr. nf aec. tP. tp. ... ran e 4 comtamlne
i acres mnronr leas. And that a the nftit term of said
niirt an"ltcatirin will V-e made ly t e aaid petitlonerft
'or an order that partition mav ' era loribe wid nrem
aaa. T. D. T. t'O'VEX. At.'y for pcCra.
" JACOB IIEYMAN'S
.."TOW 1? THE TlMHtal-iiv rhi ai riotliina. I hare
Ai ihe pleaaure of aiinoiinciiif lo lha ritiztna era,.
'Isir.ville ami vicinltv thai r am SSSiS n ll,e ftelat. al
'ie isnit lately occiini.n t v Daeiel l.nt hery. krowe aa
he ji'ian pmnMlv, Willi one nf ihf larreat and moat
fetalis acletlrd alnrka of ( lotliine ever offered lo
he riilwsof Belaionl Count) : areoaj which may be
osver, Felt snrl ninnkct overcoats, sstinel',
cassimere akil clo'li drefs tt frock coaU.
satinet, caseimere snc! cloth psnfsloons of
all sizes and qualities. Vestlngs of all
kinds, etc., &c.
an ofwhlrh haa been aeteeied with r'eel rar and e
ihe lowent ea.h larroa which will rssklsaa I Mil low
er than ihe loweai.
t'l. CaliirllteOct., lWb, ltJ.