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rtrtatl th river wa ft-iilng. Freight h
declined in coneequence.
Not in the Court Houie, expectant renr.
rior in one of the Chnrchei, but rgt out in
he bpen Mrect. "Who's to epeekV Not
John D. Gotirh, nnr Neil Dow, nor (Jen.
j Ctry, nor Dr. Je ctt, but a lecturer far more
eloquent. Wc know of nothing that speck
more movingly, and with a atronger appeal
to the heart for the itotfaerance, of the Tem
perance reform than a poor tottering wretch,
who,! overcome by the me of ardent apiriti!
Reeling and tumbling along the aide-walk, or
dropping with horrid blaaphemy into the
noiaeaome gutter trampling on hia Maker'a
bounties and netting at naught all hia lofty
privileges! Tis this, more than any other
thing that will bring about the enactment of
a prohibitory law. It ia here that the matter
ia breught directly before every mind, and it
ia brought in audi a manner that every one
must aee ita debasing, demoralising influence.
Juatao long as these examples are paraded
before our eyea, juat ao long will we be in
favor of, yea, and work for the enactment of
aatringent prohibitory law. When liquor
ceaaea to make men drunk, to rob them of
their primal, distinguishing features when
it ceaaea to make women worse than widow,
ZZi dtiMren wone than orphans when it
ceaaea to awell our criminal docket and in
crease our taxea when it ceaaea to fill our 1
infirmaries with paupcra, and our jaila and
penitentariea with inmates when it ceaaes
to hurry men unprepared into the presence
of an outraged God, then, an not till then, '
will men ceaae to wage a war against it, and
overthrow It, root and brach. Tho foregoing ,
remarks were auggeated by the eight of one
drunken man in the street, but in every town 1
in the whole Union, and in every street such j
thinga are seen, and they are becoming com- ,
mon place. Yet there ia a time coming when
right will prevail! Let ua all hasten the 1
A report wa current here on Inst Friday f
and Saturday that the Clinton Bank of Col- ,
umbua had failed. Though generally dis-
believed by our citizens it may have been '
credited by some, we copy the following
from the Journal aa pertinent to the qnes- ,
Cmhtok Bank. We are 8urprised that
any bodyahould be humbugged into the belief
that the Clinton Bank haa failed. Every body
in Columbu8 knowe the rumor to be false. '
There ia not a ahadow of foundation lor it. J
The bank was never in better condition. It (
haa the entire confidence of onr business men.
There is no run upon it, no excitement,
nothing to justify any auspiciona o( ita j
solvency. The character of its managers is
auch that a rumor of thia sort gaina no cre
dence here. We hope all the banka in the '
country arc equally sound. O. US. Journal, j
Petcrson's'Magazine For November has i
been received and is ae usual filled with the 1
very best kind of articlea. It ia cheap too.
In 133 1, "Peterson" will be greatly ,
improved, aa it ia to have whiter paper, new i
type, and more reading matter. This is now
the only original periodical of its class, and
the stories of Mrs. Stephens, its editor,
author o( "Mary Derwent," are alone worth j
the subscription price. It is the best guide
for the fashions also, the plntes being superb
teel ones, colored: in New York and
Philadelphia it is the text-book. The leading
embellishments are magnificent mezzotints.
It is emphatically a magazine of pure morals;
is national in character; aud really the
cheapest in the u-orW.as the terms will show:
viz. I copy, $3, 3 ropies, S3, with a premium
worth from two to three dollurs for every
person sending subscribers or more. Address
the publisher, Cius. J. BmMBsVI, No. 11):!
Chesnut St. Philud'a.
iii OirWe have received a long letter from
. Lieut. John C. Tidball, from New Mexico,
which we will publish next week. In the
fitter he gives an account of his trip across
the plains, together with bis impressions of
the country and inhabitants. He is from
Hendryaburg, in thia County, and ia a graduate
at the Weat Point Military Academy. The
letter will prove very interesting to any one
denirous of obtaining a knowledge of the
Martha Washington Case.
The Jury in the Martha Washington caae
have brought in a verdict of "Xot Guilty"
a to all the defendant.
J, W." the Baltimore correspondent of
the Wheeling Intelligencer, writea ae follows
to that paper. Hia letter beara date Nov. 14.
Some proapect of having Mr. Pcarce in the
V. S. Senate from that State.
It is now aaertaiued that the Whiga of
Maryland have a majority of one on joint
ballot in the Legislature, independent of the
Baltimore temperance delegation. This
majority i gained by diacovering the election
of a Whig in an EasUrn Shore county by
one vote. The temperance men had already
reclaimed their determination to aupport no
man for the United Stales Senate who was
not fully and uncompromisingly pledged to
aatain the Maine Law. It seems, however,
that the recent diacovery of an extra whig
has taken from them the balance of power.
Tux MiriFM tauTORswr. The
Washington correspondent of the Philadel
phia Ledger, says:
Gen. Davis is already oat in a card in
teveral piper in Mississippi, dating that he
i willing to quit the War Department for a
seat in the U. S. Senate. Of courae, a
Cabinet minister who haa had so much to do
with the distribution of patronage, ia always
a formidable rival, but the bet are running
twoto one on Foote hre in Waahington.
We have not yet aeen the card referred to
in any of our Mississippi exchange.
0pT rn Tux PncsiDiKT Hot.
til Kdlnhurg JV-trs describes magnificent
carpet just completed by the Templeton At
Co., Militia, Glasgow, to order for th White
Mouse. This carpet ia of the patented Ad
miniater fabric, and I the largest ever made
by Meiar. Templeton, being eighty feet In
length by forty wide, The portion woven in
the loom without aearn la severity-two feet by
thirty-one, 'and the remainder consiats of a
handsome border, aewed on. Th "filling-in"
is a ruby and crimson damaak, with three
taateful medallion In the centre, and rich
corner piece to correspond: the medallions
are filial with bouqucta of flower, designed
and exocutcd'with exqulaite taate, The en
tire piece weigh upwarda of a ton, and ita
value I between 450 to 500 sterling
The Buffalo papers state lhaVPatchin. Bank
money ia received and paid out aa usual by
the other banks of that city.
The Ei.ectioh t if Mississippi Jackson,
Nov. 13 The whole Democratic State Tic
ket is elected byjover 6,000 majority. All
the Democratic Congressmen are alao elected
The anti Foote majority in the Legislature
on joint ballot, will be over twenty-five.
NEW YORK, Nov. 15,
Senator Atherton, of New Hampshire,
died in this city this afternoon.
We learn that the house of Mr. Joseph
Penn, in G rmin township, Harriaon County
Ohio waa destroyed by fire on Friday evening
The Grand Jary of Wirkeabarrehave found
a true bill against the United States' Mar-
ah ilia Wynkoop and Croseman, for attempt
ing the arreat of the slave "Bill" sometime
Nkw Use foe Potato vines. P, A.
Strob?l, of the Amcricus Female Institute
lends to the Georgia Telegraph the following
"It may not be known to all of your read
;rs that the sweet potato vine may be aaved
luring ih wiiiter.di used the following.spring
n propagating a new ciop. I have tried the
ixperiment during this year, to my entire
atisfaction, and therefore feel it my duty to
:ommunicato the result for the benefit of the
mblic. In the fall, (any time before frost,)
he vines may be cut in any convenient length,
ind placed, in layers, on the surface of the
lartli, to the depth of twelve or eighteen inch
is; cover the vines, whilst damp, with partial
y rotted straw, (either pine or wheal will
inswer,) to the depth of six inches, and cov
;r the whole w ith a light soil about four inch
is deep. In this way the vinea will keep
luring the Winter, and in the spring they will
)ut out sprouts as abundantly aa the potato
tself when bedded. The drawa or sprouts
an be planted first, and the vine itself 'can
e subsequently cut and used as as we gen
rally plant slips. This experiment is wor
hy the consideration of farmers, as it will
lave a great many seed potatoes,(particularly
n large plantations,) whi;h can be used for
letting, Let every farmer, however, make
he experiment for himself, and be governed
y the result. j
Shape a Fertilizer. That shade is a
fertilizer is a (act which has long been noti
:ed, aud much has been written to expluin it.
few words will be sufficient for that pur
lose. Shade operates simply by preserving
he ammonia which is continually furnished by
ain and snow water, and also by manures,
tnd which is rapidly driven off from a naked
mrfnee of the soil by a scortching sun. To
irescrve. the ammonia, the skillful farmer
ploughs in his manure shortly after it is
iprcad upon the soil; and spreads his manure
jpon his meadow lute in the fall, or in the .
inter, or early in the spring, no that atnmon-1
a may be washed out of it into the soil, and '
prevent its evaporation by the sun. Amnion-'
a is either a food or a condiment for most ;
plants, which is necessary to the rapid growth.
It has beer, ascertained by repeated expert I
ments in England that the largest crop of!
wheat can be raised by imparting to the soil
in extra rvuuiiit) af ammonia, or of guano. I
Hence, the greatest fertility of the soil will
be more surely preserved, by an alteration of!
crops, rather than naked fallow, from whieh. a '
scorching sun drives off the ammonia rapidly.
We should ver bear in mind the eloquent
words of an English writer, that "mighty na-:
ture renews her strength, not by indolent rc
po0 but in alteration in energy."
07-Rev. Mr- Rittenhousc while officiating
It the Coneecrating of a church at Washing- j
lonville, Pa. on Friday morning suddenly fell
An Interesting Fact. One oftheMassion
aries of the New York City Tract Society
having supplied the crew of a vessel going to
Hayti not only with tracts but also with some
religious papers and books, the mcn,upon
their arrival there, made them into a parcel,
and were taking them on shore, when they
were stopped by the Custom House officer.
This being observed by a superior officer, he
directed that no duty should be be charged
upon the parcel, and promised the Captain
that whatever he might bring of the same
kind should be passed duty free. Just at that
lime, the Emperor Fauston passed that way,
and hearing of what had taken place, he im
mediately gave command that henceforward
no duty should be charged upon Bibles, Tes
taments or Protestant religious booka or
tract, or other publications.
Death. Death is one of the few expedi
tions we don't want to start upon soon, and
the last bell finds us quite aa unprepared aa
ever, though we have not a particle of bag
gage to attend to.
Regulating the Keeping and Vending Gun and Rock
Sec. 1. Be it ordained hy the Mayor Recorder &
Trustees of the,' Incorporated Village of Htirnesville
that 11 any person or persons shall keep at any one
time, more than twenty five pounds of (inn or Rock
Powder in any ihop. store, bousa or shed, within (Ik
'Incorporated village of Barnesville,' he shall lorlei
and pay for (he first offence, not leas ihan one, noi
more than ten dollars, at the discretion of tho Mnyor
and for the second offence ten dollars, or a coufiaca
lion of all powder found on the premises, or both ai
she discretion of the mayor.
Sec. 2. All retailers of gun or rock powder with
in the Incorporated village of Darnearflle, shall fx
required to keep powder lor present soles, in tiu o
metalic canisters holding not mora than ten pound;
o( powder and having a conical top coming to 1
point of not more than nu'h in diameter, and cover
ed closely with a tin 01 malalie top not leaa than twi
inchea long, under a penalty of one dollar.
Sec. 3. If any person shall weigh out by candli
or lamp light, or snail sell and deliver by candle o
lamp light, anv quantity of gun or r ck powder
within th "Incorporated village of Barnesville
shall forfeit and pay a fine of one dollar for everj
Hoc 4. This Ordinance shall take affect and t
in force from and after the 30th day of Novombe
Done (n Council thia 7th day of November leOI).
B. DAVENPORT, Mayor.
Attest:—BENAMIN MACKALL, Recorder.
lUf&'nlh BOARD OF KCOOL, KXAMlN
1 Mgyrw, ef Belmont County, will meet In the
aasT School House at the West. end of St
Clairxvii i.r, on Saturday the )9th, Inst, at 10 o -clock
Rv order of the Board.
D. D. T. COWEN. Clerk.
Nov. 11. 1853.
On the 10th Not, 185S By K S. Dimes. P.
Mr. Lrwi OBLtNoe and Mis Kma Jane
Chaddvck of this County.
On the 8rd inst, lily Henry Thurtlon
Esq. Mr. TmoMar ComdeLL to Mis Sophiaii
H. Di vm.i. . both of York Townahip.
ly James W Garrison Esq. On Tuesday
evening Nov. 8H1 Mr John J. McGirni and
Mtss Sevilla Greer all of Belmont County,
"Go make earth bright before you;
Let pleasures round you glow;
The heaven of peace be o'er you,
Undimmed by care or woe,
Fair be the facea that meet you
Amid the household band,
And let thevoicea that greet you
Be tuned to accents bland."
On the 15th inst by the Rev J. Moffat Mr.
Anthont Lucas and Miss Mary Johrsor.
On the 15th inst, By Rev Alex. Voting,
Mr. William F. Bigger and Miss Martha
D. Earnshaw, both of Smith Tp.
On the same day by the same, Mr. John
Erlow of Pease Tp, and Miss Mary L. Du
bois of Colerain Tp.
On the 8th inst by Rev D. Truemsn Mr.
Juhn WAoaniER and Miss Narcy Store
braker all of Belmont County,
On Tuesday, Nov. 1st, at Betheny, Vs., by
the Rev. A. W. Campbell, Mr. J. A. Kissin
ger, formely of the Capital Cily Fact, and I
Miss Mary Jane Bonsall, of the former
With the above came a charming remem- I
brance, and we exclaim, with the Wheeling
editor, may he never cease to be Kissing-'er.
On the 13th Inst., at the residence of hi T
on nearSt,Clairsville,MR. David Humphrey, '
long a resident of Jefferson County, Ohio, in 1
the 73d year of hi age.
The Pork Business The receipts of hogs for ' I
slaughtering at Ciucinnnali were light last week, ' J
hut ft ia stated that vast droves are within a few
miles of the city, and packers expect to kill upward ' '
at 300,000 this season. Prices were dull holders
asking 5c, and buyers offering 4 Jc. net. ! ,
The Alton Telegraph of Nov, 1st. says: "Hog j
drovers are arriving I rum the interior, and show a
better disposition to make sales. One ol ou packers ,
has purchased about 70,000 head of hog, for ,
November delivery, at 3;r0 to 4,00 per 100 S,s net. I
Others ore holding off and do not seem disposed to
pay these figures. j I
Yarmouth Register slates that the mackerel fish- 1
emten have thus far, this year, brought in only 1
ubnut one hall or two thirdsasmony barrels of fish 1
as they did lasiycar at this time. The sessnn lor
catching is now nearly past. Salts ol mackerel ,
at Harwich, last week, were reported at 10,25, l'2,2.'i .
if s and : ,'h 1, for the vurious sizes.
We learn from "Dye's Bank Mirror," for No
vember, that the following banks are about going in- i
The Planter's Dank of Fairfield, Winnsboro, S. C. '
James R. .-liken. Pres't; H. L. Elliot, Caah'r. :
The Citizen's Bunk, VValerbury, Conn. A. lues, .
Pres't; K. J. Kingfhury, Cash'r.
Northern Bank of A Litem. UuaUvUU.
Charter Oak Bank, Rome, N. Y.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 11.
TUe Money market begins to exhibit a mure un
(avtunblu nppearauce again. '1 he demand during the
last three days has considerably increased, and the '1
stree. olferinga are again more numerous, and of a
better class man we liad occasion to notice in our
last weekly review. This, however is tho result ol
a more active demand, rather than ol any decrease
in tiie supply of capital, The bankers have not
contracted their discounts, but the impression is that
they did more in this line, the 1 ast, than during the
The Ulica Uozclte, says that the Bank ol Owego
will loee about 'O.IKIO in consequence ol ihe failure
of T. Dwight, the New York city redemption agent
for the bank, and owing to the exciiment consequ
ent on the state of affairs thus produced, the officers
of the bank resigned, and (Jeorge llewett has been
elected president, and O. W. W arnor, cashier. We
understand that the lailurc will not affect the sol
vency of the bank."
Ni:w CovsTHRVEiT. A new and dangerous count
1 rfeit bus Itiaue its appeuraiiccin Cincinnati. It ia
on tiie Stale Hank ot Indiana, and of the denomina
tion of $10. The lull is dated at Indianapolis, March
5, UttS, payable at Lafayette, letter A. The paper
is bad, but the em;raving ia rather good.
Philadelphia Nov. 15.
Ilecf cattle are selling at 7,50a9,50. Calves, $ la
51-2. Cows, (he prices range from $10 to $40.
guesp 304,50, aud Lamba$l to $3.
NEW YORK, Nov. 15.
Flour, .State 7a70S, Ohio 7,12a7lB. Ihe market'
opened active, but felt off at the close. Southern !
easier at 7,25. Oenessee wheat 1,80 and Western'
1,75. The market recovered from the decline notic-1
cd. in our last report. Corn, mixed BO l-2,a82.
j Provisions steady.
NEW YORK, Nov. 15.
Beef cattle are Belling st9a9 1-2 for best, and 8 1-2;
a9 lor good retailing qualities. Cows are selling at I
from $35 to 50 tor ordinary, and from $50 to 70 for 1
superior. Mieep are selling at 2,M to 0 lor common,
aud from $6 to 9 lor extra. Lambs I,50a4,50 from
: poor to good, and $5iS,50 for extra. Veal 5a7 live
I weight. Hogs 5a 5 1-2 pur pound.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 15.
Flour 5,45, and there are fbut few buyers. Hogs
; inactive, and but few offering at 4,50. at which figure
I there are few buyers. Mess Pork 11,75. Green
I meat 31, 4l,a6 1-2 for shouliers, sides and hams.
Lard in bblaUc, lor immediate delivery.
Pittsburgh, Nov. 15.
FLOUR there was not much disposition to oper
ate, dealers being anxious to hear the news by the
steamer. The news indicates but a slight advance,
and waa received at too late an hour to affect the
market. (Sales on arrival, of 217, 70, 21 and 30 bbls.
superfine at 6,10; 102 superfine and at 6.106.25; 28
and 50 bblf. extra at 6.20a6,25, and 70 do. superfine
at 6,15. Sales liom store ol superfine at 6,25 aud ex
GRAIN ihe demand for Oats was active; aales
ol 50 and 300 bus., on arrival, at 4 1 , 100 do at 40, Sl
211 do. at 42; sales of 100 sacks Barley at 65.
DRIBD FRUIT salea ol 200 bus. dried Peacbe,
, on arrival, at 1,50, and small lots of Dried Apples at
FISH aales of 20 bbls. Lake Fish at $9al0; 10
bbls No 3 Mackerel, large, ul 10,75, and 10 bbls
Pickled He rrins at 6,OOu6,2j.
i POTATO Kfi salea of 50 bus. IReds at 32, and
100 do to arrive, at 31.
j BUCKWHEAT FLOUR aales of 70 sacks Ironi
, store, at 1,37.
BACON but few lots reported! we note only 310
pieces Shoulders at 7a7i, and 5 hods Sides at 7la8.
APPLES male Irom store of 40 hhds at ),75a
' SALT holdara are firm at the advanced rates;
' sales of 175 bbla extra at 1,75 V bbl.
' UROCEK1E3 sale are limiiedfor the preacnt,
to tha wants of the retail trade. We note the ar
rival, on Saturday, and yesterday, of 300 bbl Mo
lasses Irom below, which doe not improve tlu
I chance of the lock already in thia market.
FREIGHTS were easier yeterday; the ratea 011
', iron nail and solid freight were 15 to Cincinnati,
20 to Louisville, and 35 10 Sl. Loulst on dry goods.
25 to iCincinoall, i to Louisville, and 50 u, St
'ouis. Freight on ihe Canal bar advanced tc
! 70 cent on flour; on the Pennsylvania Railroad, iht
' rates, by the Tariff of pricea, were advanced te
l.OO on flour, but Mr. Franciscu, iho agent, hat
taken the roponcibility of keepinf them it 75 ccntt
for the present week.
M. K Cmtcn Pastor, Jih M. Uankin. Pub
lic Worship at II o'clock, A. M. .v.Mmh .VI I
at 21 o'clock Y. M. Samuel Aran's, Saiirrinlrndtnl.
PaasiVTRRiAN CavacH. Paator Join Mnfai.
Public Worship at II oVloek, A. M. Hahhaih
School at 3 o'clock P. M. Gtotge Aiultrton, Super
AshouIatc Riion CBCSrn. Pastor, Awin
i" fount. Public Worthiest 11 o'clock A. M
Bible Class, inttruotad by ihe 1'sator at 1 o'clock
Kr. THOMAS Church Hfitof yfr. Holla. Public
Worship Sunday, ". ; :fT -
ffocir.Tr or 'an Nm. Public Worship in asch
Chinch at I I .. el,.el. A -Mi '
SABBATH DIRECTORY. SOCIETIES.
MY. STIC LODOMK No. 10,1. UO f., meets
every Monday evrulng.
HOPE TEMPLE OF HONOR, No. 38, meets
on the 1st and 3d Tuesday evening of each and ev
FIDELITY St)CIAT, DEGREE, No. 38. meet
on the 21 and 4lh Tuesday evening of each and ev
BELMONT I1DGE,No. Ifi, Free Mason., meets
on the Wednesday evening irimcdiately preceding
the full moon.
ST. CLAIRSVILLE CHAPTER, No. 17, Roy
al Arch Masons, meets every Friday evening imme
diately after Full Moon.
RIO FRIO DIVISION. No. 354, 80ns of Tem
perance, meet every Saturday evcninR.
. ., 1 i A ,
Tux Stomach prepapcra the elements .of the bile
and the blood; and if it dries the work 'feebly and
imp.-rle.-tlv. liv.-r die"" ia the certain zcatflt As
soon, therefore, a any nilecu.ui M the liver ia per
ceived, wc maybe sure that the. degestive rgans are
out of order. The first thing to o done, ia to ad
minister a specific which will act directly upon the
stomach the mainspring of the animal machinery.
For this purpose we can recommend Hoofland'
Herman Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson,
Philadelphia. Actms as an alterative and a tonic,
it atrengt-icns the diaestion, ebangns ihe condition
t the blood and thereby gives regularity to the
ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Notice U
hereby flvtl tfifttatottr tnl4nc e an ttthmr lit
wm iMUtd liy A. We! Ir nine, a JiMlce of the peac e (or
?oh en townahip, AKaitmt ihrOfcHU, Chatties and Ef
eels of Milton W. far ron, a nun - rcid nt of the Coun
y ot Hclmo it. to thrt sum of on a judgment.
Dated Nov. 7U, 1M3.
WRIGHT $e FAWCETT.
Nor. If?. 3t -pd.
rrHE STATE OF OHIO, BELMONT
X COUNTY, iriy.-Will.amLltaranioTid. petitioner.
'; J.ihn Hammond. Alciander Hanipiond, Jamei P.
lammond, Thomas It. Hammond; Davtd M. Hammond,
lonston Hammond, Barak J4M Hammond, Mary M.
lammond. John llatuii.orid, Jr., Mary E. Hammond.
ina1ine Hammond, and Manic Maamond . defendants.
?ouri of Common Pleas. Petition fbr partition.
The said defendant wifffakr '-notice that a petition
vat this day filed againal ibttn ijhaatd Oourt hy said
William Hammond and is liow pending, wherein Ihe
iehl William demands partitiaa dfthe following real es
ate, to wit: two tracts of land with the appurtenances
ying in Belmont County, Ohio, the first tounded and
leocrihcd aRfol.owr: heinjr part of the northeast quarter
f Section 87, Township 5, 1 a use 3, in the district of
3teutenville, beginning at the sonth east corner of said
luartor section, thence west 160 poles, thenes north 80
joles, thenre east t0 poles, thence south 40 east to the
ila rc of hegiuning, containing Gwac res.
The second tract being pari uf the south west quarter
)f section 27, townships, range), beginning for the name
it the north-wri-t corner of saidrtfuarter section, thence
!at 101 4-1(0 (xiles to the north-east corner of said quar
er, thence southGjS 10 poles to the center of the Dillcy
totiom road,thenrc with the iniddleofsaid roadTO, degrees
ivest 33 poles, thence north 514 degrees wet 50 27 100
ioles to the ccnterofthc mouth of a lane, thenre down
aid lane south aU degrees w lAtt poles, thence south
18 decrees west 74 1.10 poles to a station 7 on the west
iKiundary of Knid section, thence with said boundary V
t decree east CO H7-1 00 noles to the beginning, contain
nig fifty-two acres, and being the same lands of whieh
David Hammond d W seised. An application will he
made hy the said W.illiam Hammond at the next term of
said Courtfor an order thai partition be made of said
premises, Bursuant to tuq HtaletW ,
V I JXJ AM HAMMOND. I
nor wmmm Kjwfc yyMto
STATE OF OHIO, BELMONT COUN
TV, 88. Court of Common Pleas. Jams Fcr.
row, plaintitr, rs: Lcthkr Uutts, defendant. -Petition,
The said defendant will lake notice that the plaintiiT
to the 4th day of N oventbet, A.I). 1853, filed his peti
tion in the above Court, claiming that the defendant
was in debt and owed him the sum of 161,07 as passed
for a judgment against the defendant at the next term of
Uourt ibr said sum. That if said defendant does not ap
pear and answer on or before ihe first.day of the new
lerm of said Court that judgment by default will be en
tered against him fur the anove amount with interest.
Nov. 11. IP53. 4W Atty. for pltff.
MARTIN LYNCH, plaintiff, vs; LVTtUM
Uutts and Jamis G. Mi hiukd, defendants.
The defendant, Luther Butts, if hereby notified that
on. tiie 5th day or Novemlier, 1853, the plaintiff', Martin
Lynch, filed bis irclition in theClevksOftieeof the Com
mon Pleas Court of Ilclmont County. Ohio, tin object '
and prayer of which petition is for judgment ajrainsl ihe
defendants above named 563 dollars ant; 53 cents for work
done and services pr rit-rni'l in thy olaiiaut fur the de
fendants on see. 75of the'ceutrql.Ohio Hail Road. An
order of attachment has afko'heeri'iistied in the case with
notice to Bradley, Whittemore rff debtors of the
defendants. The defendant LulherJluUs is required to
answer by January 7iu, I894M TMilalurtir expects to
testify in the case. JOHN It. HE A TON, Clerk.
S. F. Btata IX D. T. Cowin.
Nov. tt niWJ ' ' ' Att'ye for pltiT.
ilii-fi ssBTTi i ffitffiiiiSii
rYw Sr ' g, f o4jy 'jJf
CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD. By
or lie r of the Board .uWrihers to the Capital Block
of the Central Ohio R. K. in Belniaat County are'herehy
notified that the Instalinenl of 5 per cent, ia due and
payable within thirty dsrft frani' dale hereof. I will at
tend at Ml. Liberty Dec, 1st; Bouieaton Dee. 3d; Rarttea
ville Dec. 3d; Centrevillo Dec. 3th; Judge Welch's Dec.
Otb; Bell Air Dec. Tth; when paySMnts may he made.
J AMES D WJIHIKT, Dep. Trees,
r. P. PtorMiolder who are i.ehind with their instal
roenta will please call and sqaarssaf (novl8.) 1. D.W.
STATE OP OHIO, BELMONT COUN
TY, 8S. Court of Common (less Sasui E. Mi
CossstL v.. John McConnbli.. ITiyorce.
The defendant will take notice, tthat on the 15th day
of Novemlier, 1853, the plaintiff filed in Ihe Office of Ihe
Clerk of the aid Court, her petition petting forth in sab
stance, that na) the Wth of April,. JtQti. she waa mar
ried to the defendant, aud that they lived aud cohabited
as husband and wife, and had istnrgf Ilia ssid niarriate
two children who are liviutt, and tha the said defend
antc.ros.Iy neglected the plaintiff Aha! her children, a,nd
has been more than three yfeara wltfatly alieenttroni her,
for which aroa neglect and wilful absence she prays to
be divorced from her said husband, aaa the custody of the
said children. You win, appear in Uj saut caae nccord
iiictalaw, or the said case, St lbs Seat term will be
heard on your utf lt.
JOHN II. BEATON, Clerk.
STATE OF OHIO, BELMONT COUN
TV, 8rt. Court of Common Phras.Washingtnn
Foreman vs. Hannah Foreman, of flelmont county, Har
rison Foreman, George V. Foreman, of Monroe county,
Hannah A. Riggloy, of Guernsey cs)il'lty, Uethsheba Hen
dorsou and her husband, Jamcj Hulhlnson, TownRend
Foreman, Josiah Foreman, Joaenliis Foreman, Mary
F.llcn Foreman, ElUa Jane Foreman, all or Belmout Co.
Petition for partition.
The above named defendants wlH taXe notice that on
the 18th day of Nov., 1H53, the above petitioner, Wash
ington Foramen, filed his petition in the Court of Com
mon Meat of Uelmnnt County, aiisrihat said petition is
now (tending wherein tho said Washington Foreman
demands partition of the following referred to and des
cribed real estate, to wit: lat tract being a part of the f.
W. qr. of sec. I5, tp. No. 7 and range 4, containing 64
acres more or less. And Sd tract being a part of.thesame
,oc qr., range and tp. Containing 92 acres more or less.
Hul'iect to 14 acres sold to JacnfcE. Grove and 3 acres
old to Wm.Cesh. The iaid premises being all the real
estate of which Lewis Foreman died seized of ai the time
of his de cease aforesaid , and all situate in Helmont coun
ty, and all containing 144 acres of real estate more or
less. And that at the next unnef said courtapplication
wil be made by the said Washington Foreman for an
order thst partition be mad, of mid iiremises and fol
such other proceedings as epfe uMojtf ed, by law .
Nov. 18. . . Atty. foi Vffinlugvin Foremsn.
STATE OF OHIO, BfiUIQIW COUN
TV, Bt?. Court of Common l'ks. -Jm G. Hue
baid vs. Lutiisr Bbtt. Petition. Tiie said dafendan
Luibar Butt will'ahe notice, that on the 4th, day o
November, A. l. 1853, James G. Hubhard.plainlirr fllei
fits Petition in the Const ol Common PteiH of said couri
y, setting forth that the ssid defendant was Justl
owing him the sum of fSi.Ouon aelaim for work an
labor and money paid, a copy of which claim is file
with said PeHition. 'i'hai the slaintilf ai the neit Term c
Said Court, will ask g judg meiit'afalnst the said deAm
ant for tha amount aforesaid.
! I tho said defendant dm not aflfsrer stfd Ptitlon
on or before the irst day of the neit Tsarmof said Com
, J.4.M., will UUU V'.ENN.NCToS,
' ArtV tn-tvg.
' , Attest: J. H. Hstos, Clerk.
I IB, It-iT-lve.
ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF THE RECEIPTS
J m. r iils an Fffiendilnrrt nf ll.lrriOTit Co., Ohi
t rum Juki: tn, liOa.lo June 6, int.
John KELLY, Esq. Treasurer. Dr.
Amount or IH'llnqueiil Tl cotleclrd i;7
' From i mi ,t idaali an al of Seethna is r.i I
(f Auctioa l.icens u
" Morse do , -, i.
8 '', yi
ravern do E
"lore permits lv -
" Finr- oi, Htaie ra.e, 3w3 i-.
Coat, in Mate eaaea w m
' it" .-I toet. , 3)
'' Kna.1 daiaase.
Money found n ilead I (M iea 1171
ila NeSraur principal J7T R
" " InMreri at
Section is teen rent mj ,
' .. " intereat XQ ,
Slate ( ommosj Fnnd t4n k
" School I'uliil from Ji-tlerruti i onnty M7 K
" Irom Harriaon counljr 317 ti
Con My' preportion of 'la leu lor
Collectad at State Treas. 4 ;l
Tale, refunded hy UieConnty Ms;
" Trraiurer'a.Mileaie ,
" Cotlected 011 dupllrate (U.lliJ ia
. Total. Tilsi
Tbtnlan.nuntof Rrrripta riylitr nine llmutand Sv
miidred and aevenly lite dot'ara, fifty Hires and a hal
Jons Kit iv. Enq., Treasurer, I'r.
Hy Money pad out on the fuiroSrlni accnunla, vlii
Amount rollettrd on the Duplicate of Tasei.fo
and paid over to the State " !;G:F6 33
Am ount ofDelinqurncicaol lSl.collectd Sni iJ
" of Pedlera licenae 213 -, :
" af Africa Hnral Fnnd. Showa. eVc. 1&1
" of Section Biiteen. principal 7 TO' Or
" of Surplus Revenue, principal 1,I3 7J
" of o do imereat 173 17
Tot amount paid State 3S.IWS
Amount of School Fund paid the several town
ships, as follows, viz.-
Colerain paid llenj. E. nnnean. fTrraiurrr l,fl M
Mualiiuf - J.P. Judktn do Hit M
Ouslien M.T. Fawcatt do ISil 4IU S
do rfo 0. ittaeoj ))
Kirkwood " David Smith do 6OT OB
v''" " John Danlap do 1,14 3u
Peaee David Parka do 1,3117
Pullney " Jamea Kelacy do SHd 33
Richland " J F. Rainaje do 2.7C7 I
tkDicr.el ' JoMph Brown do il9 49
Smilli Ro'wrt Kerr do XI 71
Union " K. Hamilton do vat 1U
Wayne f;co. Ilanaon do KW I
Wheeling Rolrt Martin do 817 56
Warren AllenT. Uarnes do IdO M
WablaaM Mlchaal iianrord do mi ki
York " Caore Liale do too tu
Total amount ofS-Mol Fund paid T'pa it 93
Amount of Township Funds paid the several
Colerain paid B.E. Diinjan Treasurer 174 43
I'lu. .unit j. p. judkins do 14U Gi
boaheu M.T. Fawrstt do L!l 84
Kirkvtood " David tiiiutli do 1B7 7U
Mead " John Dunlap do 137 SI
J- " David I'arka do 4t 33
Pnltuey Jamea Keliey do a: 9u
Richland J.p Kamage do 47 Hi
Somerset " JoMph Brown do 111 6'J
Smith ' Rohert Kerr do 79 RS
Union " B. Hamilton do Ml Uet
Wayne " Geo. Ilauion do It: i'i
Wheeling ' Robert Martin do tin 00
Warren " AllenT. Brown do 1K9 44
Washington" M icliael Danford do 1ISJ 61
York -' George List do 1U3 36
Total amount T'psFundspd. on Uiefirrt order 'JUue 40
Aggreeste smounl of Corporation and rijiecial
Funds paid out 01 County Treasury 1,34 7
Amount paid arltas in Blate ca.es SIS) On
" grand jurora IHi 30
" petit do h4'J a
" paid County Commisiionera 00
" p'd Auditors Allan 9'3n, Truemsn '! l.e.vi 00
' of coataofelectiona ' .itl 00
" Bale of Section ilalsaa 33 H6
" Kliumeration ol Vouth 5S 00
" Itoad tlauiae ;ho 00
" Viewing and ioratin? roads 23173
" survey of aeclion aixteen 1-.' 3D
" settling School Fund 10 00
" lor coal lor puulic building --, 59
Insaas caae 30; h
" Juntirea coats on State casea 44-J 7e
11 lmproier T'ar.ca refunded ru 40
" Agricultural fund paid J. II. Ilcalon 173 00
" Inttrvat and coats on It. It. bond 8,412 03
" Boolta & stationery for Clerks office 147 80
" " Bherill'a 104 28
" " Auditor's " 09 1:1
" Stat. & caae for Probate Judge's office 16108
" ' Recorder's ' 30 93
" oldontera redeemed J77 73
14 Dog tax refunded tu G. W. Moorhouse 30
" John I" Ncwnaiu for acrvicas Co. 75
" D. Hunderahott for aheep killed 15 141
' - ft Haaann for aarricenot othertvlae
provided for 20 00
" Interest on money from Mrs. M. Wsjll 20 3
Total amount of special taxes and Miac. coata 10,714 41
Amount paid out of Bridge fund, as follows:
K. U. Green taking care of Captiua bridge rl 00
John Scott for use of lot to construct bridge on 7 00
Spanker & Wilson repairing bridge on McMalion'e
Crtek el 00
"iuk, Wilson & Co. lumber for Bell Air bridge 5 32
0, Forbes rebuilding bridge at Captina 000 00
Warlield, Urannuin at Co. Bridgepurlbridge l,e00 09
Isaac Adkins bridge on Stillwater 48 70
J. P. Arick bridge at Hendryaburg 25 00
Kzckiel Harris repaira on Bridgeport bridge 50 72
Josepli Brown bridge overCaptina in Soiuer. tp 60 lai
Gen. C. Hoover " In Union towa)lp 65 75
Total amount of nridge fund 2,741 49
Amount paid out for assessments.
J. P.O. Alexander, Richland 4 50
David Thuraton, Smith :t 00
J. P. C. Alexander, itichlaud 1 50
J. II. Porterfleld, Aaa. district. No 4 4S 0U
Thos. Pylo M Colerain tp 16 50
Josiah VVatson " ill utl
Hiram Dysart, Fluahing 24 OU
J. 8. Bailey, Fluahiug 12 la
Dariua Hedge, Goshen , 50 5ti
David'McCoy, Kirkwsod 48 73
John Juhnatou " 19 5J
Wlu..Cauiplicll,Mead 37 511
C. C. Fowler, " 22 141
W. W. Hoisted, Peaae 42 25
T, G. Allen " 37 75
W. Lemon, " I 75
ft. Jed'era, Pultney 39 Ml
A.M.Crouse M 27 Oil
F. Hollingaliead " f
Henry I). Smith Richland 4- 75
John Sutton ' " 41 25
Juhn Tale " IH 75
Loyd Bishop Someraet CO 00
D. S. Thuraton, Smith 42.0X1
Sam" McWilliaina Union 30 utl
John Bigley, 30 W
Smith McNichola Wayn 33 U
Amos Morgan Wlteeliug 45 IH
l.aac Doudua Warren 50 5(
Thoa. McC'alie Waslliitgton 36 OtJ
Harrison Maaaie, York -3 25
James M. Dillon
Total amount paid for aaaeaaing 90S 01
Amount paid for printing General Laws and
for County purposes.
I Howard A Uoweu 716 47
I S. Grcasiuger IP
Total amount paid for printing 1,122 97
Amount paid out of Poor Fund.
A litter Gregg prorderou .its
ltt ulicn Miller pr ordera 3, S, 19, 30, 45,54,
58, 03, 54, 00, k 65, for ser
vices aa auperinteudaut aud isr use of
County iurirmary 1,148 6
John Bhipuian pr order 1, for od p 10 la
Hiram Pennington " 4, for hauling 48 01
John K. Sewland " 6 Lumber 75 U
Geo. Vaulaw " 5 or 33 Materials as
Supcriutendnce 205 t
Wm. Rica " 10 Coffin 5 1
Dr Josephus Walker " 9 Med. attendance 20 I
Wm.Bayless " 1 1 digging grave 2 SI
Thoa. Trimble " 7 o d p 12 H
Jamea Farria " 9 A
Saiu'l llutchiaon " 14 " a;
Wui. Hainiiioiid " 10 " a I
Thos. Michoner ' 15 & 27 rawing
lumber M I
John P. Brewer " 16 Coffins 12 u
G. W. Anderson " 9 42Jerp. work 4.2 ft
Geo. Hardon " 22 making aainglea lo
Dr. Jno. Alexander " 3 or 86 meil. atten. 5 0
Bain'l Satterihivail " 21 laying brick 200 tj
joasnta Clarko " 26 mason work 17
Win Cvaus " 23 carpenler n ork 1 I
M. B. Hatcher " 31 hauling XI I
Dr. J. M. McConaugby " 3 medical alien. 110 0
Andrew Grubb " 40coliin 3 0
Nathan Sliarpleaa " 41 Utendance o d p In 0
Catharine GallaKher " 42careolodp I I
Jodersnn Brown " 3 sundries lor pi P 48 b
J.N. Wilsou '' 2tplsstergl.llldinglU3 3
MaVgarcUrlcelnd " 33 a81 kesplllgod pB5 a
Baruch tdichener " aShaulsag LJ
Nelson dt NewlSnd Lumber 2"
. Balaam Nichols " hauling 3 t
GuatavuSA. Forlie " Lalh k PoatS ;
' B W Hogs " 40 Brick
1 riainpson Georga " ? Lumber dt Brick 105
Perry Wilkiaoa " afouimg 4
1 Sam'lKing " Sl v 53 lor o d p 3 -i
Jerturaon Brown 49 lor o d p
', Dr. Wm.Schooley " 29 attendance o d p I
M. P. Jdilea St Son " SSsundnes o d p 3
J. W. Henderson " 56 painting al In it. .
' Dr. R. Hamilton " laadleal attend. 3
Thoa. Rics ' Blstsds H
J.Patlou " i7tollee lorod p
Jamea Kelaey " J -
1 Saiu'l Huichinsoa 69 "
David Chri.ty ". thrdsliltuj St Iul. i
Thus. Trluib: S3 for o d p
Ira Lewis " U Uauling
JVIui Bowles '' Ol dp
V i 1- M. P onsrflsSd " f,
i W. T lint, hmsnri 7 1 . T. dr arfJw TtrT. -J ,'
I Dr. R. liamii-oii " r,- stajd aitatuiance i
Wm. Dunbar oi' n d u (g
8 "srdi-ii n 74 WKi k al in; ru.a'y U
Tfm. Jaeknon 73 hla lor paiinors Ita
A'oi,p. Miller f- d p i ajTj
2 MoassTravl 7 cofln for o d p i CNJ
a i."'.'." " 77 digging grav in,
I '" Lyale 7s mod. atlsndant ling
I I Jalaas 70 fur use of Inf. MS
nil J" . " for I" i
J I laaae Vaulaw " MOroreries for inf. e &
Abner I.o.Il" ' lor services aa Direc. 34 so
' John l'luliiia 3 y(
Thoa. Nichols 3
SaT'l king for o d p B
j Mia. Mary Prlt lor Iai4mg od p vj .VI
j roiai anraani paid mn ni pmt fund 4.33:1 J7
Amount expended for Jail and Court.
I John C. NieawlsboariNngandcareaf prisoners-37
I i do altendauce on Court 42 on
I ' Israel While boarding and are uf prisoners 2t'4 ."2
I do attrndakre a Coart 4- )
I Smith at Bro. Buckatand Cauuh a an
I do Sundries go
Beril. Thotnaa chahing for prisoners 5 00
l V. 13, Townly lightning roda fur i otirt Mom. mi
I David Bailey mason work on Public Buildings lo t 00
I Print dr Clark clothing for in.on.a S 00
I P. Talluiaudrfeiidihgprisoiibre 20 00
Jno. Davenport do do 20 00
I D. D. T. Cowen Proercuting Attorney ;ju oo
Jos. Hsms aundriea ror Court llouae and lall 10 08
f Jaa. MiConaughy SherirT 13100
J. H. Ileaton Clerk nervier and stationary I.VJ M
Dr. Jno. Alexander attendance on priaoner 15 on
Win. P. Simpson delendilis prisoners in P.C. 10 00
Jo. Harris work on Court House and Jail 24 SI
Wm J. Slew art stove pipe lor Jail 20 50
J. 6r J. Patten sundries fur prisonera 8 isi
John ration do 13 39
1 Conrad Troll do Coart lion ae 3 41
! P.rariask Bro. mason work on Jail t 00
. Wm. Ray less altendauce on juries, ate. 82 00
Dsvid Bailey plaatrrnig in public Isaildtnara I 2S
' O. J ot fi ll. Crawford fold. doore fur pub. bnildinga 45 47
Fnrsylhe At Johnson for one of Jail 71
M. T. Frasier anndriea forConrt flooae 1 83
. Margrave clea'ing Court Yard 1 12
dward Bruen'plaatrring in Court Mouse 7 00
J. K. Ripley gun rack in Armory 150
8anmel Carl) ale work in on n Yard 1 00
T. dt J. i jsl.irne ahovel for Jail 75
Wm. r. Siiujsjon defending prisoners 20 08
1 '. Print sa Treaa. of Corp. work done in front
of Court lloyee 41 00
Edward Bruen plastering in Court llouae j 25
II. WeirCsndVn 8 10
Hugh Wells repairing public pmnp I 62
Total amount expended for Court and Jait 1239
By cash paid for eafe and hauling from Wheeling 47 00 1
" paid Maatcr Coiumiaaioiicr hi case of Fund
Comm. vs. A. Johneton 41 10!
" J. II. Ileaton in same caae 24 90 1
m Stove pipe and shovel for Tree. Office 2 94
Taxea returned delimiueitl on eetllrmeiil 195 It; !
I " on Uh io Life Insurance ot Trust Co. 46 80 '
" Counterfeit Blouey 45 CO '
Treaaurer'a mileage 19 20
Taxea refunded by the county 2 77
Treasure r'a bill ol Booka and SlS'.ienary 30 00
Treasurer'a per ceutage 1,438 05 ,
Total amount of Receipts $99,575 63j 1
yVolal amount of Expenditures 85,670 34
! Balance in Treatury on settlement 53,90 j 19J
I I rlieve the foregninr to b a correct rxbil.it of the
Receipts artil Kxpenditures or Helniont County Iroxn .
i June KM. l-.,-.'. n. June C. '-
D. TRUEMAN. Aud. Del. Co. O.
St. Clairsville, Nov. 18, 1853.
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE
by order of Court. The um ers.fii.ed ailuiinistra t
I ors of Samuel J'ickering, deccaatd, will
j Tuesday , the 13th day of December
neit, offer for "ale at puldic auction upon tha jireniie.
' lite folkiwms real eitste, to wit: i srtulilie N. I ainl
; N. W. quarters of section iSo.VDattd part of the N. K
and H. L. quarters of section Xo. 3 i i tow nt-hip No. "
ol range No. 4,ol laudsdirrcied lo bt "'i at IflCitnsjB'
ville, Ohio, and hounded and deicrihd as follows, tu
. wit; he;iuiii!i; on the section line iielw ec-u said i-ccUoiih
Nus. '."J ami 3u ala make curner of Julm Pickenitc and
Bills li PIckariBf, tbsjacs .2 V. MJff ,.u: - to a stake
a hickory, lliencu N.Sfl t8 . fMlS4 jiotes to a h'.skc
surrounded with stone and titandiug in ne center ol the
houiiilary line uf taction No. 30, ihcucc N. With ai! kc
tton In e SB uo!ei tu Wbt cling Creek, llitucaB. 7S V.
lOiiolri,ioastake, IheuceS.eaJ s W. 1H a stake,
thence H. 13 z W. 3 pole lo a stake, theme I. 4 W.
6..o poles toa ftake,ihtnce ri. 3iii 3 W. ii puUs to a
j stake, thence W. 'HJm pules to a iake, thence. S.
' ftil s W. C.': poles across Wheeling Creek tu a stake
, corucrol Matthew FlnmiiMiffs, ilieiice wilh Stid Hen
' mint's land rf. tT W. 13 r-olefi.thetice i1. al a e W. 30.W
; poles to a xlake near ?aid Creek and In the North ol said
road Irom iSt. ClairsviMc lo UoJOtrtOWD, thence up s
small run N.4a W. 40.-IU poles to a flake un ihe nuriti j
side of isaid run and in the western bonndaUV of ihe r-.
E. (iiarierufecctiun No. 3U, theuce w ith the lands Ol
Jatuh (aiisser, dee'd, and the line of Mtid quarter erubs
' ing said creek twice S. iSS poles lo a stone corner near
a small run and on its south hank, toence nearly with
) - atrt run M. otr E, 50. "2 oles to a stone corner on the
j bank or Hill shore said creek, thence P. 'Jt 0 E.
pole to a marked sugar tree corner, thence H. QM E.
Mit inlesto a marked sugar tree corner hy the null
race and on the west side of it, thence H. I, E.4 :':..:,
thence S. 19 O v. 5 poles, thence f. 411 W.opolelioa
- suirar tree, ihence N. 84 s W. t-T po!esto a stone, theuce
18 3l3 W.444 poles to a stone lhenceS.53 W-4.04
poles to a stone, thence 8. 80 W. 20.4H pole to a stone,
thenre N.KP.o W. 26 poles to a black oak, thenre H.
5 c W, ".tist poles toa swamp white oak, theuce H. 10 3
E. 4 poles to an osk, thence N.H3. E.20.2J poles to a
huekei e, thence t.(i.,j a E 6 poles to a stone, thence
41 i 3 E. IH poles to a stone, thence X. tl - E. t 4H po'es
toa sutar tree, thence N.Ci E. 10.50 poles in a make,
ihence N. 43 E.30 poles to a stake, thence N. 14 E.
10 fio poles to a stake, thence N. Nf 0 R. 10 po.es to a
stake, thence N.4is E. 10 poles to a stake, theuce t.
HTJ 0 E. 11 poles in a walnut on the hank ofsaid Creek,
thenceH.Kt E. Ih.'.m poles to a stake, thence N. H)3
E. 13.40 polos to a stake, thence X, IT 3 E. 8 polc-t toa
stake, ihence N. 11 V. lgjfl io!es 10 a siske, thence
1 N.41,3 W. J 1 poles to the line between sections No. iM
I and 30 at a stake on the cast bank ofsaid Creek, thenre
j with ssid line E. 50.84 poles to Ihe place of I egiuuing.
1 Containing HiO acres, more or lens. Said premises be
ins the ssuic 011 which the deceased last dwelt.
Upon whirh there is erected a lame BMCK VIVF.L
I LIJS'Q HOUSE a V H A M E BAR .V ami olhe
. necegsa'y out buildings, with a never failing spring rf
ano l water close to the house. Tliere is a line APPLE
.1 ORCHARD of choice Iruit upon lh proniises. Said
, premises arc well watered, ami well adapted to either
farming or grazing. There are above 120 acres under
a good state uf cultivation. Also- one of the Leal
I on the premises that can be found in that neihtorhood,
j aud alirsi rale
' with a Milt Race ready for use.
For further parti3ulars call at the premises and see
for yourselves. They are situated on the old road lead
ing from IJnionlowii to Pt. ClairsviMc. just al the Creek,
and is known as the Nichols's old mill properly. The
Terms of sale are one third cash in hand, one third in
one year, and oue-ihird in two years, wilh interest ujioti
1 the deferred payments from the day of sale.
, The premises are appraised at 5,0043 10. A good title
I will be given the purchaser. .
, JEHSE EMBREE.
(I WIMJAM CALDWELL,
' Adm'rs of dainuel Tickering, dee'd.
I i Nov 4th, 1853. 4w.
! rVK8TWAR- HO! HtLT.190 off TO
V PfaSMafl. - Mavi'iif diflpfiasjil nr m i prnl tf In
tills rise, so : . , . . 1 (,.,, ; t.
' ssle iu ffini 1 '
1 MltptiiktiatUoifl hau . ol li n m . -
PHic .Ea OtlATLT RKDVMBH
from nsual rates. To thone. tlien. In prwent of ntos
necitve necetl we would Sgff "put money In your pM k -which
can readily be Jons by purchasing your
' st the clothing ami furnlshius tore of
WoY 11 1 BENJ. THOMAH.
vsraatCavBRTKO low, i'iimm
Now ia I kail mr In rat joiir money l,ac'a
' ISM st Ida ore of '
" " ' "Kfl. IfSWatS.
fflVNA Ixsfft.AM 1: OJfPAKtV
XjUal IMRTPORD, I'tiN.V.
Cspital Slock $300,000.
Politic, O I'.r, RKkt ncd on flror,Mr u.rIn,
Nov 11 4, D. I). T. COWRN,
IN'.. I1.-4IH., A- - "IrlrtTSla.P
PROBATE COURT.-Tiie State or
ftl,ii";i,.".f m"0" fotSTJ, ...-None, l.h.lTl.y (,.
e i that Ihs roltowlai namH Exscmora, Adminiatratora
an.1 i..iar.l,a. ),., nisd llr accounia ai, " on. ha
in niy ofticr lor acttirmrnt. to wit- nchsrs
Hs,rl Hart. Ai1i.,'r WR4UaHlt, drcM.
jaatwMcl arlaml. Exrc.lorof Alex. l'orwrneld,l.c'il
thia I'arkrr,(;nar,lianot Maria Parker
caasas TTsssaas, Adm'r or jim w. crark, jr.. .t.c'd.
dec1. p""t, itxreutor of J.e.h YaflSstj
TiV' ,y..",rrl.' A',",, N. Harris, dscM.
iii.sT '' named aecounla will Iks r.rhcr
W it is-, ! DAVID HARRIS.
Sot. 11. 1KB frassau Jaajr.
1 Tiia ftaja7 Ptraiftaa o n Bloos. jct a par-
ttelt of Mercury ia ir.
As lM.Li.istc KLXinr for Pcrofula, Kint-'a Pril,
Rliriitnatiaiii, Ol stinate UatansonS hrufitiorta", I'imnlra
or I'natu'ea on tiie Kacr. Hlottlie., Iloi Is.l'hronlc Porn
Kyss. Hint Worm or Telterrald Head, En'arrnielit
and I'ain of the Bones ami Jointa, ."inlihorn Ulcera,
ynui'ttic Disorders. Isaatbat, Spinal Complaints,
and all Diaease arisint! Irom an injudieionsnaeor Jlcr
tury. Impriiileiice in Life, or ImpurilyoftlK Blood.
Tina ealnalile Medicine, which haa mr heeonielccle
lira'.ed for Hie unrulier ol extraordinary cu'es effccied
through ita aeticy, has induced the proprietors, tt the
uraent request of their frianats, to offer it to the pulilie,
which lUey do with the utmost confidents in its virtues
and woudcrM curative properties. Hie following cer
tiftcates. aelecled from a larye number, are, however,
stronger testimony thsn the mere w ord of the proprie
uira; and are all from gentlemen well known in their lo
calities, and of the hmhest respeetalul.ty , niany oftbeut
residing in the city of Richmond, Va.
P. BovntK, F.sq..ofihe Exchange Hole), Rii-hmoml,
known ever) w here, soys he haaaeeii the.Meilicmeealled
r'sKiaa's SrsM-n HlSTCBS admiinaiereil in over a liun
ilrcd eases, in nearly all the fllllsjafll lor which it is re
commended, t illl the most astonishing uiKid results. Ila
rays it is the inOM extraordinary medicine he has ever
Avir. and Put lr Great Cms. I herehy certify
thst lor three years 1 had Ague and Pevcr of the most
v.uleut description. I had several Physicians, took large
anaatltiaa of Cluinina. Mcrcary, anil I bnliera all the
'i'oiues adverttaeii. bllt all tvilhoiit sny permsnenlfeliel.
At last I tried CaaTaa'a Hpamsh MlxTcaa, two battles
of which etrectually cured me, and 1 am happy to say I
have had neither Ctulla or Fevers autre. I consider it
the tstsl Tonic in the world, andtlic only medicine that
ever reached my case. Jobs LoKOOOS.
Ueaver Dam, near lliciimoiid, Va.
V. B. Lies, Esq., now la Ihe cily of Richmond, and
fur many t ears in the Post Office, has such confidence in
the astonishing ethcacy ol Cajrfata's Sr ASta .Mixtcrk
that he has hough: upwards of fifty l ottles, n hich he naa
given away to tiie alflicteil. Mr. Luck sa) a he has never
known it'.o fail when taken according todireeliona.
Dr. Misgk. a practising Physician, and formerly of
the fity Hotel, m the city of Kichiiiund. savs he haa tvit
uesred in a l.uuiher ol instances the effecta of Car
Tta'a Frastsu MiXTfRt which wersj most truly surori. ' -sing,
lie says in a case of Consumption, dependent on
the Liver, the rood effecta were wonderful indeed.
Bami el tt. Driselr, of His ririu of Drinker at Jtfor
ns, Itichmotid, waa cured of Liver Coiupla nt of at years
standing, fcjr 111 BBS of two lioti.'ts or Carter's .
Great Cbb of S, rtifi la. Tiie rjrlitora of the Bich
inond ltepulilican had a servant cmpleyed in their press
room, cured of violent Hcrofula. coiul.incd with Kheu
matislii. w hich enlin ly disal led him frtim w ork. Two
bOttlSS ol Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure
of him . and the Editors, in a bablic notice, say tticv
cheerfully racommana) it to all w ho arc. aftlicleil with
any disea-es ol the Mood."
Htili. asotuer Clrk o: StnorrLA I had a rsr,
rajnabl hoy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish il'x
tare. I consider it truly a valuable medicine.
. James M. Tatlor,
Conductor on the It. P. A- T. R. It. t o. Ricliiuoud V.
S.U.T R1IEVM SM YKJIRS ST.1A-DI.YO CURrn
Mr. John Tnnstranx, residing in the city of Bltll
niond.was cured by three Ixutles of Carter's Hoamsli
Mixtuie. of Salt Rliemu. w hich he hail nearly 20 yeara
and winch ah the Physician of the city could riot cure'
Mr. Thompson isajwell known merchant of the citv of
Rtcliiiioud, a., and Ins cure ia most remarkable
Wat. A. Marrttawa, of Rletiaiond. haal aSE-a
cd 0fBjrptlilis.il Hie worst form, by Carter's Spanish
Niltars He savs he chccfully recommends it and
considers it an invaluable medietas.
RiiIiaro E. West, of Richmond, was cured of Scrof
ula, and what 1'liyaicinns called continued fonaumu
lion, by three l otlles or Carter's Spanish Mixture
Edmt Brmos. Conatlraioner of the Revenue aavs
he has seen the good ellects or Caner'a blpaiiiah Mixture
in a niiiiiheror Syphilitic ease-, andsaya it :a a Derfett
cure for that liornhie disease.
Ws. G. liARtvoon, of Iiicliinrjiid, cured ofOld Bores
and Ulcers which disabled him from vralking Took a
few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was ena
bled t i walk witliouta crutch, nl a short time par ma
Principal Depots at M Ward, Close dc Co.. No. 63
Maiden Lane, New Vork. ' ' '
T. W. Dyoll at Sons, .No 1 2, Noith Sd st. Phila
Iteimctt at Beers, No. K'i, Main at., Richmond Va
And for sale bv 1
H. ALEXANDER. Bt.OUIrsBlllat
Jas. Baker, Wheeling,
Wm. Dunbar, Cnioutotvu.
Geo. I'. Bethel, Fluahing.
R. S. Clark, Morristown.
II. II. Molt. Barnesville.
M. P. Miles at Son. Souirrton.
And by Dealers in Mcdicincseverywliere. uot4 'S3
(FIRE, MARINE AND INLAND)
j Thia office has now transacted business for more than a ularvrb or a csmtas, during which period It but a
' ken more than rn"nis
j 100,000 RISKS!
j Ami inaured real and peraona! property againat loss by Pire and Water to the value of mora than
TWO HUNDRED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
9 IN THE WESTERN COUNTRY.
5 BTrai Thousand Losses have been incurred upon the above risks, all of which bare boss adjusted at ike
J GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE
i At Cincinnati, and paid with the utmost promptitude according; to the conditlcns of the noller as na. kaasss. t.
I the receipts of the several claimants on rile. P"r. may MSeea by
U The Undersigned has been lurniabed with I tank inliries, aigned by the officers of the Comranv alsatoith blank
II renewal receipu, for continuing policiea already Issued, and is duly authorised and prepared as Lba Aaent o aaln
U Company, to make inaurancra for any period of time not leaatlian one month nor greater II, an seven tears ono
U buildings or their contents, occupied aa Dttitlimjt, item, ff'arrsatit tt, CJsreara. i;,ltli Bla rL.t 'u.l..
0 Osllsg, ;., ;., and their couienta ajainal .. aa, essre nan as
J . Loss or Damage by Fire.
j - . I ' s. - sat
14 Xiao, on Dry Goods, Groceries, Manufactu eil Goods, Produi-e, Household Furniture 1 1 ve Block and svers other
sj description of Merchandise and Personal Properly, shipped or to be shipped per good Vessels dr Bleruiloele an
2 moat or the uevlf able waters, tfainsl the ' ktou v owti. s
IIAZa4RDS of inland transportation,
1 Penis of the Seas.
Put further Intnrmstioa rclpHctlui rate of premiums, etc., apply to ihs undersigned.
1 D. D. T. COWEN, Agent,
ou Jf it, 4, 1S53 For St. Clairaville ami Belmont County.