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THE THRIFTLESS FARMER.
A Cot e m ro r a n t drawe thii excellcut por
trait! The thriftless Inrmer provides no shelter
fot hit cattle, during the inclemency of win
ter, but permit them to stnniJ shivering by
the fence, or to lie in the snow as best suits
He throws their fodder on the gronnd or in
the mud, and not unfrP(iiently in the high
ways, by which a Inrge portion of it, and all
the manure is wasted.
He grazes his meadows in the full and
spring by which they are gradually exhausted,
and finally ruined.
His fences are old and poor just such as
tolethia neighbor's cattle break into his fields,
and teach his own to be unruly.
He neglects to keep the manure from a
round the sills of his barn if he has one by
which they are prematurely rotted and de
stroyed. He tills, or skims over the surface of the
land until it is exhausted; but never thinks il
worth while to manure or clover it. For th(
first he has no time; and fur the last "ho h
He has more stock than he has means t
He has a place for nothing, nnd nothing it
its place. He, con sequently wants a hot o
a rake, a hammer or an aufrur, but kuowa no
whereto find It. He and his whole householi
are in search of it much titne ll lost.
He loiters away stormy duys and evening
when he should be repairing utensils or jm
proveing hismind by reading the newspaper!
He spends much time in town, at the coi
ner of the street, or in the "snake holes,
and goes home in the evening, "pretty we
He plants a few fruit trees, and his catl
forthwith destroy them. He DM "no luck i
Ono half of thc-little he raises, is destroy
by his own, or his neighbor's cattle.
He has no shed for his fire-wood cons
quenlly his wife is out of humor, and his mea
out of season.
His plough, drag, and other implements. 1
leaves all winter where last used, and just
he in getting in a hurry the next season I
plough breaks, becuusc it was not propel
housed, and cared for.
Somebody's hogsbrenk in and destroy I
garden, becuusc he had not stopped a hole
the fence, that he had intended to atop for
He is often in a great hurry, but will ati
and talk as long as ho can find any one
He bus, of course, little money; ami win
he must raise some to pay his taxes, dec, I
raises it at a great sacrifice, in some way
other, either by paying a great "shave or I
selling his scanty crops when prices are lot
He is a year behind, instead of being aye
ahead of his business and always will be.
When ho pays a debt it is at the end of
execution consequently, his credit is at h
He buys entirely on credit, and nierchan
and others with whom he deals, charge hi
twice or thrice the proliit they charge prom
payers, and unwilling to sell him goods
that. He has to beg and promise, and prui
isc and beg, to gel them on unv terms. T
merchant dreads to sec his wife come into I
store, and the woman feels depressed and i
The emoJiu begins to come out of his chl
ney late of a winter's morning, while I
pour cattle arc suffering lor their inurnin
Manure lies in heaps in his stable, his In
sea are rough and uucurriej, and his harm
trod under their feet.
His bars and gates are broken, his bui
ings unpainted, uud the hoards and siting
falling oil' he has no lime to replace them
the glass is out of the windows, uud the hoi
atupped with rags and old hats.
Hois a great borrower of his thrifty neig
bor's implements, but never returns tho bo
rowed articles; and when it is sent for, ca
not be found.
Ilia children are late at school this is,
they go to school their faces unwashe
their clothes ragged, their hair uncoinbe
and their books torn and dirty.
He ia, in person, a great sloven, and nev
attends public worship or if he does oces
aioually do so, he comes sneaking in, win
service is half over.
The Now York National Dinutcrat con
uients with much severity upon the demui
stratiun made in behalf of John H. Austi
who wus tried for a murderous assault upn
Augustus Behtllila Tammany Hall, convict
and sentenced to DO day' incarceration i
the Penitentiary the Judge in the case d
siring to inflict a much heavier penalty, bi
the Aldermen associated with him on th
bench, from political motives, leanin
favorably towards the criminal. We quotf
"His term of imprisonment having expire
on Saturday Inst, and the llarnburners propel
ly considering him the most sdvanced expc
ueut and champion of their political erem
they canonized him in the I'ark, and hoiste
the flag of the United States in honor of
ruffian's liberation. Tho flag which ia hois
ted on the anniversary of Independence, o
the birth-day of Washington, on the annivci
aary of the battle of New Orleans, the aam
flag is hoisted by the 'Democrats' of the sof
school to celebrate the liberation of John H
Austin from the Penitentiary, to which hi
crime had assigned him!
"The brother of this convict, named Ik
Austin, waa tried for the same' offence, con
vr led and flned one hundred duilara; he, tuc
by his connexion, became a Preesoil Cosli
lion aaint, aud formed one of the short-bo
delegates to the Syracuse Convention. An
other convict bus been sppoiuted to office a
a compensation for his sufferings in the Darn
Death opM. Abaoo. The Atlantic bring
intelligence of the dealJi of Faxacuia Dun
' IBlQim Atuco, the distinguished French At
tronomer' whose contributions to acienc
have classed him among the highest in th
list of European lavans. He w m the (i-i
' year of hia age.
N. YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.'
raoM Tiir NEwspArns AnvERTiafWo aomcV
or m. rsTTinnrr.L a- co., 12a sassav if.,'
N. V., AND 10 STATE ST., tllsSTOlt.
IMPORTANT DISCOVERYi-HF.urr tJ
8 TIN MlrU-TB!!
flKYAN'A PULMONIC WAFERS
are unfailing In the cltre orcurniis, Cm ns, AarnA
llanv imti, Hnaa Tiiantr, lln.R.imra. DtrncflLT
'IdnuitHB, Isetnevr CnNsiMrTios, sun Mm, or;
thr titans, 1 hey have mi tastcnf medicine, and any '
chilli -III lake them. Thousands have been restnied to
health that hail before rieipalreit. Testimony siren In
hundreds of cases. A single doae relieves in tsk mis
t'Tss. Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers the original and
only genuine is stamped "Brvan." Spurious kinds are
offered for sale. Twenty-five cents aliox. Snldhydeal
ere generally. J. BRYAN CO., Rochester, N. V
I'rnprieiors. Wliole.se hy 1. H. PATTERSON A CO., '
Wheeling. Oct. M. tin. !
I IVl'.R COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA,
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Disease of the
Kidney, and all other disease arising
from a disordered Liver or Stomach;
File h . Constipation, Inward Piles, fullness or Rlood to
the Head. Acidity on the Stomach, Nausea, llearllnirn,
Uncus! for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Four Brurla' ions. Sinking or Flilttermi at the Pit of
the floinach. iviinmjng of the Head. Ilurrl-d and
Difficult Breathing, Flmteriln at the Heart, Choklm
or Pnirnralini! Sensations when in a lying- posture,
Dimness ol Vision, Dots or Welis heriira the sijhl,
j Fever anil Dull I'sin in the Head, DeAciency of Per
i apiratinn. Yellowness of thefkin and Ryes, Tain in
the Side. Reek, Chest, LlSlhl, fcc, Sudden Flulhes o
Ileal, lliirninir in the Flesh, I'oiistatil Imaginings o
1 evil, ami fiieat Depression of Spirits.
CAN BE EFFECTUALLY CURED BY
DR. 1 It M I I N.s
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS
' PREPARED BY
mi C. M. JACKSON,
No. 120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their pnwT 4tM tha al'ovn dlMMMf i nol eirtMIrd
if ij.iiiii .1 . lij any oilier preparation In the I'tiitDl futti
n tin Cnrtt attmt, in many c-.ei alter ffkilifuf pliyaiciau
' I hail rlld.
ThtiAjllttftfl art wortlty tht attcntirn of Invalid!
POMMtlng irmt klltHttt in the rPttiflration of dine ace
1 o the l.ivrr aiiilt.-K.cTElaiKtH.rKfrriniiitf ihf it -.-nr. Ii
r nix power in wcakm-w and airections of the digcittiv
orgaiiH, thry are, Ithal, Haf, certain and pl anant.
T MUD AND HE CONVINCKIK
1 K. n I'ERKINH, Marietta Ohio, fib. St, IJM1 Mil
, "Vonr Ditter nre highly prized hy IbON who have tun
-Itbltn In a raw of Liver Complaint- of long Kt and i n
8 , which had renAtrd the akilt of urtral Vhygieian. w;
. i entirely r nml hy the UM of Five Hottlpa M
C, L. DbAKB. Freedom, Portage Co., I)., April 2
j IflflSsMldl "Thn Oerman Biltnro yon Itnt me last ha'
. not yet come to hand. I have leen out of die article f
: Nome time to the areat detriment Of invalidn. ft iflame
, icmc much tlioUyfht ol and nought after in thia comiu
I f. M. rtUTCniNSOrt, M. I)., Herirord Cuyaho
I ro., it., Auuitrti JB, tW, faid: "The Hitters yon ahipp
I I me in May last are all jrnne I think it is h r
IL MMllclMj ami I pm rerommendinB it to my patient ai
ji friends (which I do lor no other patent inediLine.j Y
I wili please lorwnrd a large supply ."
fl. FRICNCII, Woiister, O., Nov. 30, 1Pj?( aai.l:
k( have used MNM three or four llottles of flooTland'a Oi
j man Hittera for Dyapepsia and have derived ureal net
I lit from their uso. I believe them to lie good lor add
I MM for which they are recommended."
B" VV. M. OUR, WotMUr, o.,Octoh r2d, 1899. Mid "Y
Is ask me my opinion of the Ornian Riticrs. I have in
i tliem lor Dyspepsia and ImliKCatiGn, ami take pleasi
in statntK that I think Otey arc the very hest remedy 1
)(. taut for the ahnve complaintt they nre decidedly in
; tunre f alt I he proprietary medictnei of the day."
01 Mr, t)rr ia a (listiiiKuished lawyer of Wooater.
These (litters are kntirki.y tkoktabm;. They nm
yre$tratf the jtc.m, hut invigorate tt.
ly For sale hv
I II. i.i . i MH'i: fll.Clainvillo.
j Geo, V, llethel, Flushittfr.
lis ! VVm. Duuliar, Ifiiioniown,
( P. Ureflfff Morristown.
in H. . Moti, Itaruoavllle.
Q M. I. Miles & Hun, Homerton..
jfnd hy Dealers in Medicines ertry where. Oct. 18 '
,p I WTATIi OF OHIO, BELMONT COU
,u I O TY, fH. Join. Ilailey. William Bailey ami M
iu , sarel Bailey r: Henry Carnahan, AiiuCarnahaii, Lou
I'arnahau, Nancy Carnahan, Itnliert Carnahan, Walh
I Cariiahati, tsahella Carnahan and ('arulilie Carnahan
-D Court ol Common Pleas. Petition.
IQ The alHive named delendallts, who reside in or m
N'eu'l'iirt in the Htate ol Kentucky, are hcrehy notil
ur that on the Ulstday ol Keplemher, a. d. IKi:l,Ji,hu Bail
l William Bailey and Margaret Bailey, or aairi conn
- tiled in the Cutirl of Common Pleas of the County
V. Bel nt ami Htate of Ohio, a petition aiiaiusl the s
ahnve named defemlaiitH as the heirs and widow of Jan
u Carnahan late of said county ol Belmont deceased, i
ol-Ji'Lt and orayeinl which petition Is, that iu the v
IH'j; Jiihn Bailey purchased of Noah, Daniel and Ham
AD 'aim, as Kxecutnrs of Kheuezer Kane deceased, a c
,vv tain totol laud situate in the town of Briilaeport, I)
iimiilCouiilv, Ohio, beglnnlaf fur the same 4 roils ur
fei t wi st ol the N. K. corner of hit No. 7 in the aide
Wheeling street, N US r. IV. to the N. W. corner
itH a lot ol ll PantUI, thence contlnulnj said course w
l said street 4 rods or 118 last t the N. K. corner of Willi
Young's lot, thence at right angles on the K. Iiouudary
pi Young's lot IA poles to the N. side of Wheeling Cre
, thenrednwn said Creek ri. 51 0 311 K. 4, Ml.', pules to
s. w. cornor of U. Parrens lot, thence with said lot c. i
fT). :KI, ii. 1H.T pules to the place of hcginuitig.
, Cnntainiiig UU.4 siuare rods. That the said Ji
111- Ballsy procured a loan of some money 0f
jju said Janice Carnahan to pay the pitrchaae tuoi
ami directed the deed to lie made In the aaid James C
Ii'- Italian to secure to him, the said Carnahan, the rep
t of said sum of money. Thai the said John Bai
pahl said Carnahan aaid sum of money hi full and t
111- ""' ''"'han in hlsliretluie made and eiecutnd a it
for said hit of laud In said Ilailey hut that the same v
118 not delivered. That said James Carnahan dies Icav
-l- Caroline Carnahan his widow and the other above nan
I ileinndaiits his children and heirs at law, who hold
legal title as trustees In trust for the plaintiffs. T
John lluiley made his last will and testament In writ
ir- tvherehy lie devised to the plalntill's the real estate als
, described, and that since his death said will waa d
-BB proven and ordered lobe recorded as such, and prays i
I Ion it to order the nhove named defendants to make, e
rule and deliver to the plalntill's a good and suttlcl
ll . deed ol conveyance lor said real estate according to
I Will of Hie sail John Bsiley, dee'd. And In default
said lined that tho order and decree of said Court to a
rale as sui Ii ronveyanre, uml for other relief. And
said ahovn named defendants are further uoiillcd I
OS unless they appear and plead, answer or demur In s
pelilion against the Ud day of Jauuart , a. it. I -..I, l
the BlalMIAl will apply to said Court In take the mat
ll. of the petition as ronlessed and decree accordingly the
on at us licit term Ihoreaner.
f- JOHN II. IIFATON, Clk
n. "V Pltll T11.LU4N, Att'y for BltDl
" Oct. W, IcM.-uw.
if AT MY INSTANCE AN ATTACI
d, fjh ment was this day issued hy Win. T. Meek, a
, lire of the peace lur Warren township, Belmont conn
a, Ohio, against the properly and erferts of Alofander
j Bell, an al'si-ondlitg dehtur, for the sum of f DO.
Ilaied Una Hth day ol Oct., I ,,:i
pr Ot.m.1 JON Ay SMITH
i C1ARM for sai.K! The undiYalffm
A. will sell al kablla vendue, on
Nuturilii), Novnmber 5lh, 1833,
hetween the hours or lOu'clock A. M. and I o'clock
1- M. on the premises, the billowing desi rilied valilahle n
estate, in; the North east iiuarter or aertion BJ tn
, range 3. Kaid laud i( situated In Itlchlaiid lowulhi
Belmont iiuinty, Ohm. Terms, one third In hand o
third iu one year aud one third iu two years, with i
n j leiesl and secured hy mongaooii said land. 'There
'J almiit 110 acres cleared and the land is of excellent oua
, ly. There is a good Orchard ami Htahle and lolerat
II good frame dwelling huiise on the place.
, At the same lime and place w ill be sold about i to
or hay and ahnui 100 bushels of com.
It JOHN WIIITB, j
Oct. 14, ISM.-ta. pd. '
IT I'Soi.UKN HKK-IIIVK HTORE.ljfjTrr"
I: ! Jf Slune J Thomas have Just rereivedtlie first sloe
j 1 ;nle and Chlldrou's wear. The largest stuck ol Hilki
" Co. Kair iranted us 3 premiums and a Diploma lor the
- i wilh a large stock or HTAPI.K IIOOIIM such aa Casi
I of which were nought early, before the lata rise in woe
' i than any huusaln the City, our slock of French Men
lie liaes. for traveling dresaaa.and mourning goods at
I can aall Ihem al lass than you ever before saw them' ,
il j those wanting, call and eiamlne, and you will he sure
that our slock of all kinds ol lry Oooda is full, and we
j bought at auction) at less prices than ran he bought else
- son, well know thai ll ia to their inttreat to buy at the
11 lapl. 30, i.m.vi
FIBB, MARINE AND INLAND
THE FRIENDS AND PATRONS OF THE
; PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, COPIIf.
And (ha marchanla, anilnrupartvlioltj1arBiia.riiw nt iki- , . .
LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE,
OR THE PERILS OF NAVIGATION.
Oh favoralite Urnia. IVi.mi im Ui riin- io-, ,,,,,1, ., , .
U prompt and s.lt.f.ctory lju.lmeul, by". . p.,,. ..'vl I J - LT.t I ? "r'1'. ""der.lgned may .lw. tlpol,
errantly with the local agent. Award. fSt Iwr, i hiullf n , "'"U"''V"' ""J,h",,, l" tlmg co
0 eH.icuii.ual..olinlae..l. Apply to, 1 n,, "able funds;-also, Awardsfbr loasas ael das, d,aioui
'' n , , D D' T- C0WBN, Ageat,
uci. 7, isaa.j For Bt. Clairaville and Belmont County.
'yiU. FUND COMMISSIONERS OF
J Bsi.oomt CncTT, Ohio, . Wittl BooUR
The diteiidsnts, tnhti W. Mansnrtd, Margaret Mans
Held, William Winters, Robert Winters and Abel Win
lam, some, If not all.nl whom reside in I'ngland, are
hcrehy notilied lllat the original Bill in the case, which
was tiled February IP.V1, was hied to obtain a settle
ment of the business, accounts and affairs of the late
corporation, known by the eorpnratoname of The Pies
ident, Directors and Company of the Belmont Bank ol
HI. Clalrsv lie, and that a supplemental Bill was filed
iu thii cause on the first day of Ortolier, 1H.13, making
the above named Winters' and Manflelds' defendants
to the original Bill, and requiring them as stockholders
in said Company to appear aud answer said bill.
B. B. COW F.N,
Oct. 14, 1MB. Bollchor forfloniplts.
CLOTHIERS GOODS. Men asd Boyi
tlooos, for sale by
111 VI. THOMAS.
A full line of CI.OTIlf", DOF.PKINfl, CAB3IMERP1B,
WAISTCOATS and TROWBRRINCB of everv dim
crlptinn. Patins, Velvet., ailk aud Plnall gnoria. All or
which I wiil make to order in the beat and most appro
ved manner. Call and examine for yourselves.
("SOURT OF PROBATE WITHIN AND
J for the County of Bolninnl and Blate or Ohio.
Aaasa Wai.u, Administrator of the estate of John
Thompson, dee'd, es; Thomas B. Thompson, el al.
' Tetition to sell land to pay dchts.
Oeorgc Murry and F.lir.a Ann Murrv defendants to
the above petition who reside some where in the State
of Illinois, are hereby notified that on the II?th day ol
September. 1P.",3, the undersigved Administrator nfsaid
estate. Aled in the Probate Court his petition, represent
ing that the personal property ii insufficient to pay the
debts of said o.taie, and praying the court to order the
undersigned ailministratorto sell the following real es
tate, to wit: being part of section Wo. Af township No. (
' and range 3 beginning at the north west corner of Maid
L section, thence with said section line south 38 poles t(
1 the National Road, thence with the meanders of salt
, road to the Culvert below the upper bridge on said see
lion, thence North 13s, Fast 33 poles 1.1 links to a linn
IstOM in the North louudury lineof said section, thouci
! with said line west 00 po!es to the place of beginning
containing thirteen acres eleven polos, be the same mon
or less and being the same place where the dereasei
J ; last dwelt. You are hereby notified thai unless yon af
pear, plead, answer or demnr to said petition againi
ihc 'JOth day of Novemlier next, the undersigned wi
on said day ask said court to order the undersigned, a
such administrator, to sell aaid real estate to pay 111
debts of said estate. ABNF.R WKI.I.S,
Oct. 14, 1853. 4w. Adm'r ofJuo.Thompsondec'd.
' IV EW GOODS. Just received a vcr
il full and well assorted stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
A large variety of Dress Goods, Alpaccas, Thibet Chilli
lie Bages, He l.aina, Arc. Woolen Shawls, plain and It
III ami Clelas, CniMimeres, tHtttt, 4c, Halt and C'p
'il Full stock of
J,' BOOTS and SHOES of superior quality
made 10 order, including all sixes of Men's, Womei
and Children's coarse and line Boots and Shoes.
it soi. i. nil in i:,
t READY MADE CLOTHING,
Mens and Boys Coats. Vests and Pantaloons, OUEKA
Jj WARE, llAHDWAHK and
Iu JOSHUA MAUI.E
u Colcraln, 10th month 14th, IMS.
ir1 ruHE wolrowers oFHe
JI. mont County are rcsrectrnlly solicited to call a
ia- examine a French llnck. on my farm, half mile eaai
Kairview. Those wishing to improve thuir stock
on tihr-ep have an opportunity ordnins; an.
! Oct. H. JE88E C. COWGIXL
Ii! ILOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTH IN
NA;LE &. CO., Iiave Jual received an ad
tional supply of
"r READY MADE CLOTHING!
Particularly adapted to the prcsont and coming seaso
consisting, in part, of
Black und Drab Beaver Over Coats, Bint
Brown and Drab cloth, do., Peter Shn
93 Blunkct and Miirbled do., aluo, a genci
aaaortment of Cloth, Cusaimere and Su
N- nctt, F'rock nnd buck coats, Silk, Sai
"J Silk 1'IuhIi, ValeBcia nnd Cloth Vests,
tco every style and quality, Black and Fan
" Cashmere pants, Hatinett, Corduroy a
ar Jeans, Sic, die.
s We havo also the largest and best assortment or
'; Cloths, Cassimeres and Vcstinga
ass """"'Y Rrade, color and price, with trimmings suits
.. for making it up, ever brought to thia market, so thai
you prefer thai your clolhea should he made to order
ncl youraelf eipresaly. and by a Tailor ol year saw cheoii
we have made large provisions for your acconiuiodat
and can suit you to a'P.
,;u Old friends, and new friends! give us a call, e.tam
r our stock, and then Judge for yourselves.
f 81. Clalrsville, Sept. 30, IMS.
12 gffa 111 ATS AND CAl'Softhe lati
of JjjtiJ I I styles and best ijualily. Tho larg
k fiSfcESwi sssortmcnt m town Is at
the NAC.I.C & CO'f
HI. Clalrsville Scpl. 30, 1W3.
I n Ibid enlightened nineteenth century it
oL M truly astonishing that there arc so many crimes ci
. ' nutted at whim hiimaiiity shudders. Can nothing ch
. Ihehorrlble pioceediugsr In despairlhe subscriherlu
" from a contemplation of the bloody record of crime i
invites tbe al'.enlionol
nil ,T1IK BKAItOEU IM II I K
JM lo the ranch more pleasing prospect ofa visit to hia all
"J" In tbe baeinent story of Mr. J. II. Williams' build
'" south west corner or Main and Market streets, when
may ne found at all times ready to perrurm lonaorial
erations that may he ritired.
, , . LEWIS RANHOi
feptniiber 0, 1853.
"er "HLAP FOR CASH ! Georsk Bro
pa v '." i-in - to Inhrtn the public that hshaalastrati
the qf" ed from New York city and ia ii
ht Jr3" opening the largest and cheai
""I J)v "ltli H'at he hasaverBfl'cred.
Iial .rsWl ''tlM lv poaeif In pai
trr aVAv kmr ':s"'-h inn Ksi'iii'ii B.-:.i
rc tie lBH. V Alllerdo., duo silver E
1 !Ub '"' 8wg" levers, Cold in,
V at vSflaPd ' ' ''" "nget rings, ,
2UejflEJ I I'ummoii da., gold locki
-"Ktm guarda and fob chains, ceiiiu
"id gut do., gold, silver, gilt and common keys silver
hie and tea spoons, plate do., hue Brunswick, Gem
II" nd Brittauia table and teaspoons, Cold, silver and cc
mon spectacles, port monies, platod gill, wired and cr
u mon Clocks rrom fl.tu to (IV, Hnc pocket aud table c
c. lory, large and small, aciizora, neadlea, pins, hair for
large lot of the latest style of hair combs, large and am
hand hells: steel pens large lot; brass and iron ami
brass and Brittauia candlesticks, do. snull'ers fine ,
loiter paper, foolscap and laid paper. Envelopes f
and common, memorandum books, motto and comiu
wafers, pocket inkstands, lo. common, flue lot of to
ed small lot of revolvers, double and single barreled pistr
ami uiimernus other articles loo tedious to mentiuii
of which I willsell low for cash. 1
N. B. Particular altunliou paid to all work entrus
P. to my cars. 0eI, 7 1HJ3
a! ( UOTH1NG FOR'rTiTHCAN;
' A'"'." W stand of BCNJ. TIIUMA8 who I
ne Jusl ree'd a lull and entire assortment or '
BliAUV MADE (iOOUS
II- in pail lll.'K. IIIIUWN and DHAB HEA YEll OVI
ly COATS. llltKrlS ad PIOOK do, of every VLL VJ
color. lll.'SINESS and SAUK do., PANT hSc. 1
us BLACK CASSIMHIIKS, VESTS, SATIN SII K Mil
! VELVET and SILK PLWS.I do'., boll, fane ami p'.'
Illllart a most complete assortment, einbracing all l
aradesandiulors suited lo n's wear, for sale chci
I, Main Street, Wheeling. New Fall Goodi.
k ol Fell Hoods, consisting-ol all the late styles or Ladii
and Kiiibroideriis we ever bruughl to ibe city (The Oh
Hiclie.t Silks and Finssi Emeroideries imported,) togetb
mr.,Tweeds. Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, Ac, fa liia
len goods, solh.i we can sell them al rrsarce Bartai
X&fiHt". Xi$,U!t '1'l,rd ami MadonuacLl
e larger and . e. u.ble. and some of them su bought thai
Jlir.tock of Carpel. Is larger lhan ever, and we on y,'
lu buy without meuliunin, more goods. We would .
will aell upon aa reasonable terms, and some (lli.l we
Jh"" ho have bought of us during the pl.t.,
GOLDEN BEE HIVE,
Nsar lb Suspapslon trldga
BOUGHT EARLY. Our atock of Fsll
and Winter Asaey (leads, conslslingel red, white
and yellow flannels, bar'ddo., llnsey, Jeans, eassinetis,
tweeds, cloths, etc , etc., is qnlle full. and waa bought in
May. before the r 1st, wilh a view to this fall's trade, aud
will he sold in customers at old prices.
A few piereaof Tweed, all woo! filling (very cheap)
only l.tcenta per yar.
aep.30 STONE t THOMAS.
C1ARPHTING. 100 yds. auperior listing
' carpeting choice patlerna. SOO yds. superior kemp
carpeting. The largest atock of rag carpeting kepi by
any house In the city also a few pieces of very cheap
(lowered, do. (seuSO.) STONE k. THOMAS.
FALL DRESS GOODS. Juat received
a large stock of
Trench merinos, lineal quality, all colors.
German do. all wool.
Madonna do., cashme, N. de Laines, all colore,
brsntlful, all wool, da l.afaea all colors only 3"l cents
per yard. (sep9u) STONE dt THOMAS.
CI UNDRY'S MERCANTILE COL
JT LRflE. Appollo Bnildlng, North Weal corner
&lh and Walnut, CmcinnaTi, O.
The attention or the nubile is respectfully esed to
Hie superior facilities afforded at Ihla lattltutlen Sir
qualifying individuals in a thorough practical manner
for the Counting Room and business pursuits.
nook-Keeping by Double Entry.
A complete practical course of instruction is given in
the art of keeping scientifically Double Entry nooks ir
the dllferent departments of Trade. Commerce eni
Maqufacturcs, comprehending the best forms in ue a
i ; mong the most eminenl establishments engaged Individ
ually or in partnership, in business, whether prnsperou
1 1 or adverse in the purchase and sale of merchandise a
I wholesale and retail, importing and eiporting on thei
- own account on commission or on joint speculation, in
i eluding speculations in Stocks, Real Estate, die, wit
i Steambnating, Rank, Insurance, railroad and Books o
, Joint Stock and ('bartered Aaeor.iatlons generally
- Embrace every variety of computations pertaining t
t business 0ierslions, being taught according to the moi
I improved methodaateresl, Ditcpunt, Equation, A
a bUralionof Etckang,lfC.
Such exercises are iutlodurori on this subject as ai
calculated si impress bttiaess habits and a genuine r
siness style of Correspondence upon the niind of tl
student, as well as fimlliarlxe him wilh Cominerci
Technicalities and Phraseology, including pro fotn
Invoices, Account Sales, Billa of Exchange, etc.
One hour daily is devoted in teaching a systems!
Stylo of business writing, combining freedom with
thorough command of band and pen, accuracy and e
ft' gance with case and rapidity, and perfect legibility i
' beauty of construction.
Commercial Law and Political Econoni
Daily I.eclttrea are given on these important to, i
i's as connected wilh the avocations of the merchant in t
oieratious of commerce and practical worklugsof ttai
embrncing the subject of Partnership, Principal ami
gent, Negotiable Instruments, Sales. Debts, (luarai li
kc. also on the laws of Wealth, Currency, foreign a
domestic Exchanges, Credit, Profit, Interest, Wages, 1
5. tcrnational Trade, dee.
The courso can be completed in from eight lo twe
Terms Tor the Mercanlilecourae $40.
Expenses for Stationary, Diploma, Sec, $5.
Instruction being given individually, applicants c
enter al any time.
r A knowledge of the ordinary English branches is
the requisite preparatory qualifications.
'"' The business acquaintance of the Principal euab
of him to render assistance to those wishing lo procure i
of uations on graduating.
(iood Board can be obtained in the city at from 91
to $3,00 per week.
- Diplotnaa under sestauaawrded the Rradnatea.
31 Oct. 8, 185'J. JOHN (SUNDRY, Principal
' rpHE HEES ARE WORKING. A
X STONE dt THOMAS have collected at the sigr
lbs BEE-HIVE, 'No. 174 Main St., Wheeling,) in
ns, delicacies in the shape of SUMMER SII.KS, DcBAd
BARKOES, TISSUES, Del. AINES, SHAWLS, V
, ASOLS. etc. And some of them the twtttent in el
'R, as woll as the cheapest, and Just suited to the tnstei
n all who are in want ol the lalest style of Goods at v
j low prices. June:! IHW
ti- I3EAR IT IN MIND. If you are in wi
n 3 ol a pretty fancy or Silk llonnat, otlbe latest st;
'. at about halfprice, you can select one from the l.nj.
ol aloek in the city, and for less price than you ever s
one at the sign of TIIH GOLDEN 1IEK II I 1
c" Juno3, ie53.
ud . jKW-
rpHE WAY WE DO IT is to bay w
I the CASH, which always enables us to get go
cheaper lhan the credit aystein, and thus we are able
ten In sell many styles of goods al a good proht less II
., time buyers pay for theira. We have now in store mi
J.H.., n IIIIESSOOODS, BONNETS, HATS, HOSIEI
. 1 ' HDK'FS, SHAWLS, etc.; bought in this way wh
'"' we are daily selling al aflces LOWER lhan ever hel
r oilered in Wheeling. Call soon if you would get tin
,u" STONE A THOMAS,
nB Junes. 174 Main at., Whcclini
'',0 TEACHERS AND TOWNSH
I BOARDS Of EDUCATION. Report or the I
1st book conimittee of the Belmont County Teachers' In
... tutc, adopled by the Institute al its Session in Octol
' Your Committee appointed to examine s
- recommend Text Books, after having exa
ined such books as they could obtain, on I
various sciencea, would recommend the adi
18 tion of the following resolution:
p"'k' Resolved, That the following named T
mis Books be recommended for adoption into i
" Public Schools of Belmont County:
McGuffey's Eclectic Spellisc Book .
jftj Ray's Arithmetics akd Aloebjia, a
of- Pinneo's Primary &. Ahalyth al Grv
. mars and Km,.Ush 'J'i m 'IKK.
h. d. Mccarty,
v'a Chairman of the Text Book Committee
rn All of tho hooka named In the above report can he
oh i tallied at the Hook stores of H. Grissihois and J.
est Wii.mams, al reasonable rates.
Tor particulars of iutroductlon apply to
tof T. 0. BOWLES,
Lo- Atnlfvr Ihc Eelictic Strit, Chllicotht, (
g. May 0, IM3.-Iy.
aat . -.
,1s, Idf HITK Lead Cincinnati brand Inst received an
ion fff saloby (May a 'SI.) II. ALK. A.NHEI
I" iHAIN PUMPS. A durable and use
in V article, and ailapted lu wells ol any depth, for i
tit- cheap at the Hardware Store of
ks, GREER, OTT & CO ,
all Corner Monroe and Market als., Wheeling, Vi
rs, July W, 1853.
SS iVEW FURNITURE AND CHA
ys, i-l Ware Rooms. MUNDAY d COTTB invite
l, atlention of house keepers and others lu their New F
all nllure and Chair Ware Rooms, iu the new brick i-u
lug, No. in, i Market street, a few doors below the Mar
ted House. They are prepared lo ruruish all articles in Hi
lino, auclt as
ij". Dressing anil Plitin Bureuus, Soer
'm tury nnd !&6ok Canes, Card, Diuii
and Breakfast Tables, Solas, E
vans, Ottomans, &c, Fancy Wh;
Nots, Kaucy Work Stands. Chaii
g Windsor and Cane Seat, Mahogoii
'P. in everv variety PLAIN AND FANCY LQORJI
- GLASSES, CLOCKS, Ve.; all of which wllltie furnii
ed promptly to order, at Ihe lowest prices. We respe
fully invite the public to call and eiamiue our ato
feeling assured Ibal we can render satisfaction in
caaea. JnneS, leSX-ly
JAMES P. TANNER,
, wMoLaaaia osaiaa is
to limits. Mi. k n,. Ilium, ts A Lenther,
Yt A"e. M ITooi Slrasf, ls(aa Tkiri ,v ,
a- riTTSBl RGH. PA
rnAKESpleaaurein again calling the attention ol I
X custmers and country merchants generally, tu I
very splendid slock of Boots, Shoes, Runnels and Lea
er, tollable for fall and WittterSalta, consisting ofot
.'Mm rakes, and embracing every style aud variety
Mcne'Coersf .Klp.Calr, Hun-iin Leather and llungari
Boats, Montereye, Wellingtons, llrogans.dte, die, Al
Ladies, Misses, Boys, Youths oi Children's Boots, Sho
Parisians, Jenny Llnds, F.itrekaj, ate. Silk, Velv
Leghorn and Straw Bonueta for I II and Wintei Sal
NEW YORK MILE LEATHER.
The above cawirsriasa of Ins largest atoeks to
found west ollhe Mon i, lam, purchased from the V
England Manutaetursa direct, and will be sold al Ni
York and Philadelphia prices.
Purchasers In want of any of the aliove descrifa
goods, will please call andeiaiaiue before buying.
August Hi, Idas. 3m.
MANTILLAS" AND 8ILK8.Afi
dos. beautiful nit nulla, made of beautiful luali
at black alike, watered do., and fancy colored do., pis
i , and embroidered, trimmed wtltllace or Irmge. Also,
uuuaually large Mock of those long Shsw-ls, saute ava
ws have had laal 11 yeare which everybody say t are t
preltlaal auu clieapn.t iu the city. Call and see them
top. XL STONE . THOMAS'
pXECUTOR-a NOTICE. Notice
I J heraky given, thai al the rvobats Court tor B
a mont County, theunderstguad was appointed aud gual
n sd aa Ksaculrla of the estate af Xabulvu Wicks, h
ii ol Belmont county, dactaaad.
All those ludeliiod iu said estate, art requested lo ma
immediate payment; and thaoa having claims agau
aaid eatale, are notified to proaant thetn lor settieutt
within one year from this date.
Oci. 14.1 LETITIA WICKS, Es'rs
BOOT & SHOE STORE
IN ST. CI.AinSVII.IiE.
fJjJT'll' subscrllwr respectfully Informs the public,
w I that he has opened, in the new house, oppo
M site the American House, a SPLENDID ASSORT
Doots and Shops,
Embracing every variety and sis.e, for Ladies, Gentle
men and children, which will be anld on the most rea
sonable terms. Having accurcd the services of Mr.
ENOCH METCALF, an experienced workman, ho Is
prepared to do Cl'STOM WORK with neatness and
LEATHER AND FINDINGS always on hand at
the lowest Cash prices.
On the opiosile side of the street ha hat a first rate
embracing Old Java, Rio and Lagulra Coffee. ,
Teaa, and every variety cf apices, and other arsmHH
tides usually kept in siichestablishnients.whirhlljfl
will he s..l.l low WHOI.ESALB or RETAIL.
Give him a call, and Judge for yourselves.
Jptll I, i-.vi. RICHARD B. RYAN.
WATCH, JEWELRY, AND
, , "T 1'HT received s neat assort
JffraOa ment of COLD AND SILVER
RetV. WATCHES conslstlng'of Lever
AflsO Lepine, and quartler watches
l ift fSLj' Also, a neat si.n k ol JEWELRY
If ,7 "'Iw! consisting of Earrings, llress
l" T 1TB ''"' fnger Rings; will
v 'JlF most articles usually kept In and
i ijiit&fi1 ' ablishnicnte. Those wishint
' lo make presents willflnd many articles In the collectio
suilahle lo their purpose.
1 On hand agood supply of school and literary books.
' Watches and clocks carefully repaired on the shortei
Old silver and rass taken In exchange for gooda.
Room one door weal of Mr. Troll's store.
J DsC.i!4,lrJ. J. II. WILLIAMS.
McCONAIIEY & KELLY,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGIST!
AND DEALERS IS PAISTS OILS DYE STUFFS A
a' Bridgeport Feb, 18, 1853.
COME ALL AND SEE!
2 NEW GROCERY!!
ih TILLIAM DARRAH HAS RSM
Y T VED hits Grocery Blorf, to the room one do
v. eaul of Os llull)ril, anil ncfirly oprtniiite Karris' 1
hop, where lie nan a larjo mipplV of GROCKRIE8 of.
Ci, Hry varjeiy, nuch as Hutrar, Alotatmei, Teai.itf3
rolTce.Hpicei-, Tobacco, SmarH. Soapn.Pixh
evury kiml, ttueenaware, Earthenware. Wood-JHH
A enware, Lime, Bhovelfl, Spadeii, Ilocs, Forka of evr
EB' kind Ropes, Cotton yarn, Candle wick, DyestufT, Mi
."' der, Alum, Indigo, Kice, Nails, v. .
And every thini; generally kept in Grocery Ptor
All of which will lie disposed of at the very lowest rat
've And also prepares to take in Country produce at ci
pricei. ap. 1. 1S53.J
THRESH DRUGS! James W. Colli.
J? WIIQLF.SALV. JI.YD RETAIL URUGOIi
North side Main ntrect, Bt. Clairsville, Ohio. Has
, hand, and will sell cheap: Drugs; Paints; Oils; Pyestu
' Liquors, of every description; Oentista, surirical t
Vetrinary Instruments; Penknives; Razor straps, .
-(l shaving Creams of all kinds; llrushes of every varis
Cos met tcs, perfumeries ol alt kinds; Ulank. Books; 1
ter, Note and Foolscap paper; Window-eiAss, and I!
i low glass ware; Teas; Cnewini Tobacco, dVc, ite.
lie has also on hand a larye supply of Castor aud m
Oil; Godfrey's Cordial; Hutcman's Drops; Opipeld
n.i E-sence of all kinds; Blackiufr, lerye and small ; Inks
"u all colors, fcc.
1 W Thankful to his customers fortheliheral patronairetl
(re have given to the old firm, he would ask a contimia:
H of the same.
i1' He particularly invites the attention of country n
rhantH, promiviiiK it they wiM give him a call, to furu
1 them with any aiticle in his line, as low as they can
' tioHL'lit iu the same (piantiticH, in the Eastern Markets,
- March 1H53.
int jPjARDEN, BR ANNUM &, CO. Ha
rh JLL just ree'd the following:
AW 50 bids. Mackerel, large size;
50 do do Medium;
25 do do Hmtll;
SO i do Medium;
20 J do Medium;
:.i 95 hhls. Herrings new Catch;
25 Hoses timoked Herrings
01 5 barrel H Cod Fish;
r' I0O Hacks prime Rio Coffee:
ian 30 181b. Botes Fancy Tobacco;
IW 20 181h do Fine apple Brand extra;
i 10 large boxes fancy brandsextra;
11 in-k safely dues for Miirting ;
""' 5 barrels Linseed .Oil;
All of which will be sold tow for cosh or iu excha
for approved produce.
1- Bridgeport, apr. 89, 1853.
isr, lrft. economy is w e a i. tii Tt
yfBSBfi wiahins tu pureliasc chairs would do
iml Ml Mil tl l ca" t the corner just tmhiw Die Ni
inn K l I TON HOUSE before parchaslngslsewli
m " your calls will he aratelully received
,l you will he waited uiiou with pleasure whether you
or not aa the auliecrihera take area! ileasure iu show
jn- their atock to any who may favor them with a call,
they flatter themselves that tl ey can sell you chairaf
.Ml cants to 1,30 lower on the sett than they can lie hot
nyt at dtty other establishment. All we ask is to give t
call aa wo arc determined lo undersell and throw in
the shade all competition. Comeone! Come all!! Old ch
repaired and repainted. Also, house paintins done
reasonable rates. WRIIillT . LAMUKR'
Mi Bt. OlaaVH.Ua June 21, 1- ill.
FARM FOR SALE. Tho subscri
wishes lo sell the farm on which he reaiilea I)
LM. two null's east of 8T. CI.AIRBVILI.E, Ohio, and r
ntilea west of WHEELING, Va., on the south sid
the National Road, tiaid farm contains a fraction c
ONE HUNDRED and NINETY-RIGHT acres, v
upwards of ONE III S'llltl'.ll ACRES undtrCHltUat
with an APIM.E ORCHARD of one hundred Irec
, THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE 111 liy "0 feet, ah
., FRAME I1ARN 6H by Sd feol and WAGON HOU
"' and CORN CRIB 30 by 16 feet, with other couven
out bulltllnos, also, a never failing sprins of water 1
rises In a stock iu the spring house and is raised af
in astockaltheslalile door. II is a nooil Sheep farm
SI. Clairaville, June9,th,lHo3.
ITWaahuiKion (Ta.) Reporter insert to the amo
Of a 9,00 and charge thia office.
AN'D FOR SALE. The aubscriber
ful I fera for aala BiX HUNDRED AND FOR
... ACRES of land, lying in section f.'P. 1. Green towtt
Hocking county, Ohio There is on ths premises I
CABIN HOUSES. About four acres are cleared at ei
cabin. The land is well timbered, a large iuanlity o
being poplar. There is pleuty of 6TONE COAL I
IRON ORE on the land. Said land Ilea 11 mllea fr
LOGAN, one mile from the IRON FURNACE, and i
R half mile from an EXCELLENT SAW MILL. I
the terms enquire of JosKPii WoLr, living 11 miles from
,,, land, or the auliscrihor, living near CADIZ, llarrii
I, county, Ohio. BA.ML'EL I1INE
ke, Cailn, JuneS4.IH.t3.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH.1
a petit tad will he presented tu the Commission
of Relmoiit county, praying for the vacation of parte
irr county road leading frim lleallsville, Monroe coun
te to New Castle, Belmont county. Coiiiinenciiig for s,
j. vacation al the graded road leading from lleallsville
Barnesville. on the land of James White, in Way
i,l townahip, running through the lands -of Abraham C. I
per, tothe long runof Piney.
H Oct. Id. t pd.
iv Antral ohio rail road i
orderof the Hoard, subsrrlliers to the Capital Sto
'O of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, iu Helmc
It- County, are hereby notilied that the Hlh instalment of
cl- per cent is due and payahle within thirty day from d,
ili hereof. I will attend at Ball Air Tuesday, November
all Judge Welch's iu Richland Township Munilay Nove
her 7, Cautrevllle Satutday November 3, Mt. Liberty F
day November 4, Somerset Thursday November 3, Harm
vllle Weduesday November S, when payments may
JAMES 11. l RIGHT, Dep. Traat
Oct. 14. !-v.i.
(KENT'S FURNISHING GOODsT
J Shut., Collars, Crav aia, Spring do , pocket hdk'
lis Gloves, Hoso Susiienders. For sale cheap bv
lis sep. SO. 1 i: N AG I E k. CO.
', 1 1 40fJ TMB R ELLA S .The c Lea pest y
vjli J evor saw, al
E. NAGLE & CO'S,
M aepSO.l Cheap Clothing, Store
AT MY INSTANCE AN ATTACI
tueut waa thia day issued by lleury Thuratoi.,
w Justice of the Peace of Smith towuslilp, Beluiontoounl
w afainsl the properly and eifeela ol Peter Suider, an
scoudinf debtor, for the sum ol $vt3,73.
ed Dated this '.'3d day ol September, 1833.
Oct. 7. LEWIS FISHER
J I )K I.MH' M GOODS. The Weatern Vi
I lnta Aarlculiural Fair, held on Wheeling lala
, Bent. 14th, IMhand loth, awarded tu us 3 Prem.uuis a
a. a Diploma for thefolluwing Goods:
i,a let. For the best and richest black brocade dreaa sill
. sd. " " Finest French work eutkroidsrisa.
3d. " " Best and largast variety of dreaa sill
led cuelly, party dreseaa and e have lots of other ri
a alike, plain brocade, chameleon, fee, endehslflsofevi
. dsscripllon. squally rlchesd beeullhsl which couldi
H aa presented tor wanlof room atthe Fair.
, Alao.achoicevarlety ofMcKse snd Robtrtaon's ma
ofCaMtwerSe, Persian Cloths, Yarns, die, of tho ts
k. I pre lutn quality. l which ws mvits your arteuiii
" Ilon't forfi-l the place where Ihe premium goods are ke
"J BTOUE dt THOMAS,
""j ssp:0) Bee Hive store, Main st, Whesli
DD. T. COWEN, Attorbet A3n
a CoessiLoa t l,w. Pocicitos is L'utNisay ,
" NoTtav Punt.li'. St. Clalrsville, O. p,.
JTJ tiFFICE opposilo ihe American House and over
O.troll't store. apr.a, 'j3.-tf.
W. NEWPORT, Attorrf.t tt Law S
iJL? o DoLttiToa tit CntNi sav, Bt. Clalrsville, o. ,a
i iLrOmce opposite Ihe Win. Penn House, reb.8'33. ie
11 "'i' w i ey
pF.TER TALLMAN, Attorrkt ard f!
JtTOffiee iu the room formerly occupied by Ihe Bel
uioniBank. att. 2351.
DR. J. ALEXANDER has removed to
the Bern I nary property Bt. Clairsville. adjoining
the resldenee.of Judge Cowen. His Office has alao been
removed 10 the same building. apr. 13, 'SO.
JM. CrtGL9VER- AtTORRET AND
B,oFFICE ""' 0"r Frsaier t Co.lia'a Drug
CC"He is agent also for the OHIO T IFF
j TAMES WEIR, Attorwt ard Corn.- I
! C.lr".,viTe.A0T.I"W"D """" - CHAScsaT, Bt.
' au.T.5 ,i,,,oore",rtl,Co,,r,
NB. NICHOLS, Attorney TtW
rr-s.V,...--PR,NCR'I'0ly, Bureau Co., Ill
Hc,?!"!- LJ OEJfTtai Northern III!
m .,,d"w.rr,r.,r?,W "e"'' R'
k.U. "arranu, pays taxes, loans monev sec a rail
by trortgag, rcil e,tM al , j5ta Co,
" "a"'.0" MA" W'T" " ny oTth.- .We
m"'55,''S"A,,J' m,mb" oMhb". Clairsville.O.
5. ds. r ,,-. r c makw,
SCHOOLEY & M'GREW,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs, Medicines, Oils, Paints,
DYE-STUFFS, tfr., cfc.
g Belmont County, Ohio.
I June 17, 1853. 3m. pd.
ll. IVEW GROCERY ! ! Corner of Main
i, ' Marietta Strxits,
ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO.
James Thompson takes this opportunity of informing
his friends and the public generally that' he has now on
hand and offers IW sale in the room lately occupied hy
IS, T. 4 J. Osborne, comer of Main and Marietta
., streets, a large aneortment or
ft GROCER! S!
nd BBi Hi" "l"c mhraces a general andVi
1 Ba v'',,l1 assorltnent ofarttcles iisuallt vi r
PBfotind in well kept ealablishnietils ofJSlK
f the kind, such as:
eet Coffee' Tea' Sl,-ari Molasses, Tobacco, Can
oc. dies, Soap, Chocolate, Candies, Figs, Rai
or sons, Rice, Pepper, and Spices of all kinds.
1Py Flour, Oats.Cornmeal.Queensware.Stone
' ware, Earthenware, Nails, Ropes, Hinges,
ier- Screws, Files, Woodsaws, Rat Traps, &c.
'bo ,,AI,1 of ,vlllcn w "0d wholesale or retail, at unusu
ally low rates lor Cash or approved Cou.Ury produce.
March !M, 1833, r
1?' A. M. ADAMS'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
On the Corner of Water and Monroe streetft,
Wllr.RF. aJirayg can ht ftiiind the largent, BttMnttt
ami the moHt desirable wtock of Goods in Whnel
iujt. He Iiaju8i returned from New York, Philadelphia
inre Haltiniore, and his Goods preHent an unusual attrac
6 lion din ooinlof quality and style, and it is well known
the best bargains can he had of hint. For Good and
Cheap Goods, he standi unrivalled. Do not fail to call,
or you may regret it.
His stor k consists of the following articles:
100 Idack cloth dress coats; 100 blue, brown and jrreeii
do.; IN black cloth frock do.; 130 blue, brown and green
,,1 do.; ttfOhlat k, brown, bluo and green sack coats; 101
Vh business coats, made of cassimere, cloth, Ac; 100 bea
11 ver coals, various colors; 1000 felt and blanket com; AC
Bro; do, while shirts of all grades; 50 doa. check shirts; 5t
doz. mariner's stripe; 4 dox. silk undershirts; 10 doz
. v cotton undernhirt; 4 doz. woolen undershirts; 8 dos
gauzes undershirts; 500 nr. black casiimere pants; 100
rin barred, striped and mixed nanis; S000 pr. cassinett pants
nni :00 black satin vests, at all prices; 1000 fancy sill vests
lnl all pallerns; lift!? Valencia, marseifles, velvet, Ac; IS
lB doz. fancy cravats; 12 doz. neck ties; 00 do., pocket
hdkfs, silk and linen; 20 doz. suspenders, all prices am
kir itylea; 00 doz. half hose; 20 doz. drawer.
All the above articles, with a great many more, an
l' offered very low, al my Clothing Store, corner of Mon
roe and Water in eet, Wheeling. Va., also a fine assort
ment of Hats and Caps. A. M ADA.M?.
KT N B. Particular attention paid to mttom w.rA, anc
iug all orders will be Ailed with dispatch, by A. M. A.
inn opinion oi ihc Press.
e of CtOTniNu. We would advise all persons wishing
ver Fits of a good material, to call at A. Bi. Adams' Clolh
rith 1 1 1 Store, on Water street. He has a very Anc assort
ion, nient of everything m the clothing line. Dtily int
i a Ci.othinu! Ci.oTiiiNfi!! at fair prices can always lie had
io a of our friend A. M. Adams, corner of Monroe and Va
tiK, tnr streets, who from hia extensivo atock of cloths, eas
ient simeres, &c.t is fully prepared to rig you out in th
Hint height of fashion.
ain This gentleman has about $15,000 invested in fabrici
of the richest make, and can fnrnlsh a man from top t
ih toe aire with shoes. Particular atention is aolioited tc
his stock, comprising as il does, coating, vestings, pan
unt taloons, neckerchiefs, drawers, iospendersr patent sprlnp
stocks and a splendid lot of hats and capa. Yoo can
not go amiss by calling at his store for any garment in
tended for the comfort or decoration of your person. Ai
of- he does a large business he ia aide lo sell cheap, his mottc
tY heing "quick sale and small profits. n This added to
hip the fact that he has hia goods matte up under his super
wo liitnlslCe hould he a sufficient inducement for every
-h man disposed ! bny, to give him a call. Iet all, there
nt luiO. who seek thair owff 'iertt "encourage home in
mil dustry" ly shedding their ihrtn for anew
am one.-i?fy Time ? Gazette. Oct. J.W
me !o BuckeU!
If! ""z hucketsjust received and for sale at No. TS
IW Mom st. (apr 30, '.M : 8. G. HOUINBON.
r: NEW GROCERIES!!
If-' HARDEN, BRANNUM & CO.,
aa T T AVE lust received
.0- 11 'JOO Mils New Orleans Molasses,
30 half hhls "
SO hhls ttuf ar House Molasses.
10 halfhhla I
!v Id halfhhla Golden Syrup,
rk W hds Sufar,
S hhla Crushed Bucar,
' 5 hhla Befleed
j" 10 Tierces Rice,
u 5 Bans pepper,
"' i Bas All.pice,
100 hhls Mackerel,
S casks Saleratua,
, . 0 Boxes Palin Boap,
10 Boies 8tar Candles
10 Boies aurch,
110 hhls Carolina Tar,
All of whirh will he sold on fair lor nis, Tor CASH or
Kcb. II, 18S3.
Suhleaing er's Patent 'Gutta Peroha Coat
U lltllE aubserlhrr is ueut ror these pens. This eoatins
X reslMa Aqua torus. aHd prevents oxidlsliii in the
ink. Hold by rnaa or doi. The Trade and Teachers
supplied oa liberal terms. J. II. WILLIAN8.
M. in. 17, 18-t.
A'm fALL AND JUDIJE FOR YOUR-
iv, selves. Whbat dt t'MAPUNa lobbors of notuius
lU- and Faney lioods, Moaroe street, Wheeling, Va. V
would call the attention of merchants and iiedlars to our
Snrlna stock, which we are receiving, consisting iu part'
MM rolls Wall Paper, of every quality;
1800 " Window Paper;
Sim M Velvet and common borders;
r- IU doa. Fire Board patteraa;
,i4 Cotton and Bilk Hosiery or everv description;
i, ,i Bilk, cation, and l.isla Thread -raves;
Bpooland Bkeiu Thread;
ta. Buspenders, Lace flooda, etc.;
Note, cap, loiter and wrapping Paper;
ia. Bchool and Blank Books;
In Hardware, cullary, coauba, buttons;
oh Pine, Needles, hooka and ayes;
ry Zephyr worsted, sewing silks,
uat $lataa, stalionerv, brushes;
Perfumery, gun cape, flahlnf hooks and Hum.
ks Togatliar wtlk ersry amatl artu is kept ky ceuutry wer
in. Tl '1 hese Oooda are laid in aipraasiy fur nibbing, sad
yl. will be aold at amall advance for cash or iraaa la hand.
r"Tbe highest market price paid lor rags, fealui'i.,
flal seed, ginseng, beesuai. woole socVh, et, .. in eg.
liaii., . or loi cash. Mgich ii, ."
ANUKKTIi'H UAKDHN Bl-KUB.
J Just ree'd and forsalehy MrCosiugr d, KabLT.
iridgeport, March ISlh, Iras.
) TV, SB. Jon Elliott, as Aasaas BaMana
si The ilefeiidant will lake notice, that on Ihe 81th
y si July 1H&3, the plaintiff tiled his petition rn Ihla
jse against the defendant, theohjectol which Is Ir.
'over Judgment against her fortheanmoi sihh.us, on
account, with interott from that date, that an order of
achinent was isansd.snd a horeei, saddle and hrit la
been attached as her property ; the prayer of these ri
tition ia. that the nlaintilTrocnver the said sum of moi
off the drfcnilaatytbc defendant Will therefore appear
idanswer the said petition on the loth of Uctolier.ov
ilgiiieiiiwlllheehiereil against you In default In this
JOHN n. IIF.ATOlf,blerk.
Beptemhar. 9, 1843, Ow.
Treat western tobacco em.
LOGAN, CARR & CO.,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
TOBACCO, SNVFF AND SEOARS,
81 Main strut.
LLOTD I.OOAN, j. n. BAKSg,
W. LARS, . H. ss
apr. 13, lf33. Ijr.
Bnirlish & An lericttn Table CotleYr.
JUST ree'd direct from the manufactnrera, an eittn
slva assortment of TABLE CUTLERY of various
tyles snd qualities, which for rheaiinesa cannot be
quailed in the city. T. SWEENEY & SON.
Wheeling, June 18, i-.v.
BRANDY Madeira wine, pttrejn Ice grape allwa rr
pure, just ree'd at (Sept 27.) Alsaand
r.lU Iha Potash, and 500 lha Sal Soda lust received
UJJ and ftir saleliy Jamss W. CoLLtas..
St. Clalrsville, March 93, 18.13.
SPRING AND SUM MR
AT THE STORE OF I1ENJ. THOMAK,
IncluriiBg every variety of Dreaa, Frock dt Sack cloth
coata of every quality texture and finish,; Tweed, Caah
niore.Cashmeretta, Queens Cloth, Fancy at plain linen do.
Best cloth aud doeskin. Fancy Caaimere, Batinett, Cod
ington fancy anil plain lined do. Vests, every quality and
alyle. Furnishing toots embracing every article to lha
completion nfagenilenin's wardrobe.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vistingsofthe newest and most
approved styles. I have connected withthe above busl
nessa TAILORING E8TABI. 1811 MENT, and am pre
pared to execute orders at the shortest oolite in the neat
est and best manner, call and sat and examine for your
selves. April 1, 1833. BENJ. THOMAS.
"Let Nature copy that which Nature
WM. M. jARIS
Whohaa been longengagcd as operator in that dear
vcdly popular Gallery known aa the "MELODEON,"
Cincinnati, hastaken and fitted up for Daguerrean pur
poses, the house 1110, Main street adjoining the "Monroe
House," where he would resperlfullyinvite those persons
who are disposed to call to thuir aid, this beautiful art
in fixing imlellibly the liniments where "beauty lingers"
and also call the attention of citlzena and etrangers to his
new and lieautihil style, "CRAYOJf PORTRAITS,,
which, for the first time is now offered inthls place.
hen colled upon, he will be ready to make the various
kinds of pictures out ol his reesis. Those wishing to
master this art, may have all necessary instructions and
be furnished with complete apperatusand materials. Hia
arrangements are such that he ean furnish erWy article
used in the business, as low as the skst articles will si
low. By a desire to please he hopes to merit snd secure
a share of patronage.
(KRooms up stairs. CQ
Wheeling, Nov. 12, 18S9.
NEV GOODS. Beautiful and fsshiona
hle Lawns from llj to S!5 els. per yd. Berage De
Lainas from )0 cts. up to 621 cts. per yd. Neat and very
lianileome Bilks from 02 cts. up to 4,50 per yd. All
good articles. Call and see. W, P. A8BURY,
My ! No. 1S2 Main street. Wheeling.
TI'ST RF.OF.IVEII-2S00 g, Sheet Iron, No. 86 and 97.
euitable lor the Blove business, for sale hr
' GEO. W. JOHNSON,
apt 30, 1852. 179 Market square.
FpQ COUNTRY MERCHA NTS. Hats
J and Cafs at Wuulisalc. We are now receiving
our fall and winter stock ol Hals and Caps, which will
he, we feel assured, the largest and cheapest ever brought
to this city. Country Merchants who design purchasing
east, are particularly Invited to call and examine our
stock, lor we are certain the prices are fully as low aa
any house in Baltimore.
S. D. HARPER A SON,
No. 199, cor. Main and Union sta.. Wheeling.
ML. HATCHER, AttorneTat Law.
a Bt. Clairsville Ohio,
JTT'Orllce.ldoors east of the Court House.
September IG, 1833 Sin. pd.
NEW CHEAPCASH STOItEttw
roy Johnston's old established and wall known
I Cheap Store Room on Main street No. log can't be beat
. it Is still in flying colors. W. P. ASBURY has just re
, ciuved a large and choice aelected assortment of ths
I MOST SEASONABLE and
Ever before ottered for sale in ths City of Wheeling.
. The ball is still in motiou, and I am t he very Boy to aell
cheap Goods, come one! Come all!! and examine my
stock, and get some or-the Bargains while they are go
ing. I have Good Goods and Cheap Gooda and I say on
tho positive I am aelling Ihe cheapest Goods in town.
Call nnd see. W. P. ASBURY,
I May 13. No. 162 Main street, Wheeling, Va.
1ROLL EXTRA LISTING-CARPET
Eastern make, at (JuneS) STONE THOMAS'.
Kegs Cincinnati Pure WliHe Lead.
1 3 Bids Linseed Oil.
20 gal. Parlor White, jttal received and for sale at
low, -swash prices March 25, '53. JamuW.Coi.usi.
' SUMMONS, SUBPOENAS, VAND1S.AND
Caisfally prepared and neatly printed, for sal at
the Chronicle office
; Juat Hcc'd for Sale
10 hhls Linseed Oil, '
3 " Kob. Lard (HI.
9 " Pure Castor Oil,
19 " Spts. Terpentine,
1 Casa Prime Nutmegs,
1 " Inaneta Indigv,
1 " liuailroa,
I hbl Pure gra fliner,
McCOWAHBY dt K ELL Y.
prldgeporl, Feb. 18, 1853. tLL''
Pliyslolovy fi schools and ramllles.
Cutler's Physiology, large and small, With the plates,
mountuil and paper. Alao, Greenleal's arithmetics. I
have rnriueil an agency for this Co. for these important
w orks, am! can give them lo the trade, shoola and fami
eilion lavorable terms, School books generally on hand
OM.9IL J. H. WILLIAMS.
T M A R BIj E Y A R 1) . I
ML IVIONIIMENT. Tombs, and Orav Ujl
ffWy, -I'lBiones in all ihelr varietlts.at their rfflff.
MLjj Bhop oppoaitc the Gaaelte and Citiaen fflM
MKI 111 office. All orders promptly attended Is. I9WIT)
iliJi EVANS dt BRO jyi
aS. St. Clairsville. May 7. pj.
New Tin, Sheet Iron and Stove
Im I subscriber reapectlully Informs his friends and the
public generally, that he has commenced Ihe above
business, one door east of Gray, Junkins C., and di
recti y opposite Bull Hardin's, in
Belmont County, Ohio.
Wheremay be fouuda COMPLB. assortment of
STOVE, (.KATES, TIN WAJRK, AC.
Among the Stoves may he fouud the Mta Air tight
Cooking Stove, for either Wood or Coal, warranted to par
form well; also, the Hartley, Enterprise, and a great va
riety of Balloon, Salamander, Parlor and Krauklm Slovaa,
allot which ha will aell on as goo. I, or a lints better
terms thau can be had in lha cilyoi Wheeling, either at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
For Cash or Country Produce.
1! i X. B. ood Old Iron will he takes in exchange
for goods. JAMES C. PtVV
Bridgeport, Ohio, Nov. SO htU.
Mtrt. Jsvard Ir dm.'
I wlah you, through the uiediuin of your rateable as.
paier,to luforiu the good misses of this vicinity that I
have received a LARUE and WELL BELKCTEI) stock
Which will be sold on terms to anil bnyera generally.
Aud respectfully reatieat a call Iroai the geeds buy ina
community. D. S. ADAMS,
t. Clairaville. ap. W. Iris.
OH! DELIGHTFUL. The pr.tiieat Ct.
ice Chintaea of all grades and colors. Bleertnvt
and Bron Mtnllas u bleb can he bought so very shea
lorraahnf W. P. ASBI'SV,
i llsj w . No nt Mam street, Wheeling