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THE BELMONT CHRONICLE.
It. It; Meeting.
The'cit.zeus of St. Clairsville nnd
vicinity ore requested to meet at' the
Court House, on SATURDAY next,
-Feb. 3d, nt 1 o'clock. All who nre
desirous to have tho Wmtrbn Rm
11oai? pass over the St. Caifbville
iummit, nre solicited to be iu attend
, ance. "
1 !.. ; ?
Al connidera.il exprna we have had a
' .' nBfted for the Chronicle, ind
- w ar vain enough to think it ery nm.
hope ourreidera will npprecinte the trouble
and outlay required Tor the purpoie and act
iccardmjfly. We have still room Tor a great
many, more nninas on our books, and now is
a very good time to send them in. . We In
tend doing all in Pour power to make the
Chronicle equal in appearance and variety to
any county paper in the 8uie, relying on
the intelligent preple of the county for sup.
port and encouragement.
We have alto recently made addition la
eur stock of Job type, and we are now prepa
red to do all kinds of Work, from a card of
thiee line to a book of 600 or 1000 pages
Printing in color dan in the neatest man
ner, arid at but slight advance jvjr other
printing. Let our friends bear this in mind
before goinj elsewhere for work.
A PATENT "SARMINT."
CT'Tis but right to suppose, when the
ground is hard froze, and tl.ickly it snows
when one's nose and one's toes need both
blows and thick hoie when one wishes for
clothe much thicker than' those that before
did enclose hi Minbs, so near froze; we say -considerably
Ys but right to suppose that one's friends
and one's foes should lessen one's woes, so
wherever one goe, or where'er he repose.his
lot may be with those who are not lachry
meg i, but whose life peacefully flows on to
its close as ef oi l did More 's therefore
walk up and poy the printer.
THE TEMPERANCE LAW.
On our I nt page may bs found the decis
ion of tit Supreme Coutt on tho Temper
ance Lnw. As it is i question of interest to
every one, vt give it in full. It sets the
much sgitated queaiisn of the constitutional
ity of the law at rest, and though it changes
some things in the law, it is still, if rigidly
enforced; ery t flL'ienl law. It mutt be
proved thai the liquor seller l.ntw that tl e
a minor, uelore he can Delx-,""":l
.nn.ined .T Hint .,.rt;nl.- Hint he ,
unrip a man una iu ne nuuit Ol griting urutm
befo.-e he can be convicted fur selling'to such
i' Neither is it ni'cestnry thut all llio provis
ions of the law be violated before cenviction,
but in the ojiinien of the Court ar means
Thank fortune neither Judge Curicin nor
Ca'dncU were on the Bench.
CrOur curro.poiident "W" gives a good
account of the "Classical Institute,'' which
w arc pleased to hear. It had been so long
since we hud heard from our friends in that
quarter, that we wers growing uneasy. But
they "still live." L-mg may they flourish.
Q-By means of fiullurH't I'annram of
Aw York City one may obtain a view of
that great metropolis us it appears to persons
living and moving among its teeming thou
sands. It is certainly a cheap way of visi
ting that great hnuiit of "fashion and famine"
of virlua and vice. By those who have
teen it la said to be all it proprietor claim
fJ-JIr. A mot A Win, of this place, is at
'present making a superior' article of Black
writing Ink. 'We have tried the ink and
find it to be a excellent article.
fcj7-We.r(j enjoying Winter now for cer
tian. Everything in the shape of a sleigh is
in demand, and the poor horses muat "push
along, keep moving."
, CMr. Chaney, of Warren township, of.
fers for ole the well known, and valuable
fuim at Mt. Olivet, on which he formerly re
sided,' It will be a geod .home to the man
that get it. .' '
Mr. Editor: 1 have received for diftrilni.
tioti from tho Patent Officu at Washing en
City the following Seeds solected in Eng.
St. Jimea' Carrott, White Solid Celery,
Long Scarlet Radish, London Red Boet, Ear
ly long podded Windsor bean, Champion of
England Peas, Early May Peas, Early York j
Cabbope, HolUw crowned Pirnip
It ia expected that those who 1 receive the I
f.rm rrr n r R Aa3la aarill avKlliit anart! mn n m nf !
uiiviii avovw . ivaaa ,uiui ttiw iv 11 fjl
the vegetable at our next Fair, and prcterre
lha SteJa.of the next eson to be tiittribu
JOHN H. HEATON.
Treas. of Bel. Co. Ag. Sec.
I , m 11 I ii M
' 'fjCrThera art 75,000 letler on the algn
jli Broadway, New .York, and. peraan vjii
, .Ung BullarU'a fanoraui can read them a
dhititicily they : eau read the igs aver
. the atares io Sl. Clairsville.
., ", 0rTbe Cleveland papers atate that 6,000
. peraone attended the Panorama of New York
: City, during the week it w exhibited there
0The molt favorable time to viait the
Panorama f New York City, is ia lb AF
''TEJJNOON. ' . : ; i
i . JK7"Tbr lea (tamped threatened iu
, JJnglaod of h Red epublicaa propagani
. aiau and e!l. auch aa Ledru Rellin, Ko-
fulbi . and Co., who have aojouru
' d tli,r.e lopg. are ngry that Eng
laud aiio-iU prrMiMM to entar into . aa alii
,nM,llb'Attrik.' ' .'" ', i,'
FwMien. By the Africa which arrived at
New York on Tuesday we laarn that affair
before Sevastopol remain unchanged. Ne
gotiations are still in progress but no'.hlng cer
tain is known respecting them. Flour advan
ced 6 J, wheat 3d, corned. Money market
dull. 'American stocks firing Bullion In the
Bank of England has decreased 1,100,000.
For the Chronicle.
It hsa been ascertained by an Instrumental
survey that the route by Bt. CUiMville it prac
ticable, and that strong assurance hv been
given by the Com puny building the Railroad
up Wheeling creek', that if the citizens of
your place and Vicinity, will give the neces
sary aid, the raid will in all probability, be
Wealed and constructed on the St, Clairsville
line. The objoct ot" this communication is
to press this subject on the early considera
tion of your propta, now is the time If they
ever desire Kail Road facilities to and from
their town. I am aware that before we can
expect a people u take ho'd of a matter of
thigjtind, they must be convinced thut it
will result beneficially to their interetts.wlien
in operation. -
No reaionable doubt csn exist ' in the
minds ef any who will duly investigate the
nubject, but that it will have the tendency
greatly to enhance the value ol their prop
erly, and prevent it depreciation, in conse
quence or the rivalry of ether places. It will
leaecn very materially almost 'every article
of consumption, particularly ill at ol heavy
Tonage, and give a c"lap an'd expeditious
transit (it the surplus products of the neigh
borhood; tie article of coal would almost
warrant the expenditure of the sum required
to secure the route, you now pay 7 cents per
bushel fur that article, on the completion of
the road you will be furnished at 4 cents pr
buiihcl. Let us suppose that 100,000 bushels
are naw annually consumed in and about
your place, and utter the completion of the
road, we may safely' incrcnae that amount
to 130,000 bushels which at 3 cents per
bushel gain, would amount to $5,400 a Bum
more than the ordinary interest
on the sum asked from your citizens, as stock
in the load; there are other considerations
of equal, if not greater importance to your
place; the building of the road by your place,
and the establishment of a depot at that point
would command almost tho entire business
of that region, and no doubt induce some cap
italist to build a fi-iuriiig mill and other
manufacturing establishments. No point
within my knowledge, is more fsvorably lo
cuted lor Literary institutions, elevated a
your hills are 700 feet above the waters of
the Ohio, pure water and the must salubri
ous clime, must anil will build up institutions
of that kind, If the Railrond is built; I may
here intimate or nugseat, that after the com
pletion of the road, the St. Clairsville stock
in the Rjil Road m-jy be used for the erec
tion of College buildings en some of your
beautiful hills. The Western Railroad (as
is usually culltn is being built under a
I'l. ....... ..U K . I. to', .
(jrotneu .vm iinirtn, ioji, cuusc
r J previous 10 Hie auupiion ot
ent Constitution, and hence Stockholder are 1
not liable in their individual capacity for
i.,i il,m,.i r ,!,;. ...ha.riml, .,,
. ' 1
Tills road begins oppoeito the City of ,
Wheeling and terminates on the Steubeuviilc
& Indiana R. R. near New C-Jinerstown in
tint valley of the JTuecarawas, (length 50
milos.) estimated cist $ 1 ,300,000 . inrluJiug
tolling stock, Depot and Station buildings.
At a aoit beyond, and ncor Frceport, tho
Western is intersected by the Cleveland. ;
M,f,i, i nnl Tiiiimvuna Tt R vvliirh ;a h. i
Medina and l uaiirawus it. it. wnitn i oe-1,,,,)
illlT built under the 0tllO Charter & by the
,-, i i . r i . . i
sumo Company; tins road is in a forward stute,
and the greulr portion will be in operation
before the close of this year.
Nearly tho whole amount necessary to
build the WdifrTM Rrd has been secured by
local subscriptions, and stocks in oth'.-r Rail
roads, hence, no fears or doubt need be en
tertained on the subject of the early com
pletion of the road.
Knowing the importance of early and
energetic action on the part of your citi
zens, if they have the desire to avail them
selves of a Rtilrond communication, with
the east and west, in so much as the Company
desire to have the mutter settled at the e
arliret period possible, so as to enable them
to put the heavy poi tions of tho lino under
contract the ensuing spring.
I) ied--Oh the 17ih hist., in Wayne
To wnsnip, Belmont co-. O. niter short
but severe illnos, Mr. William Tkmple
ton, in the 4 5ih yenr of his ae. The
dfcensoil leaves a wife and six children
to mourn liia departure. His remains
vcre followed to the I'reabyusrian (irave
ynrJ. at Cenirevillc, by numerous friends,
nud relatives. As u husband and father
he wati ever kind and affectionate, us a
neighbor nnd citizen he stood iinpurullol
ed. He was n member and Elder of the
Associate Reformed church, at Centre
ville. So constant wns his attention to
the duties of religion, that each Sabbuth
found him seated in his pew, awaiting the
sound of tho Gospel, which was as a sweet
morsel to his soul, which thirsted after
liightcoiiFnesj; but his sent is vacntedjhis
work is finished, his race is run, lie has
f.iught the friind iiht, lio line finished his
course, and the gltd tidings have been
proclaimed, "Well done; thou gooJ und
faithful servant enter ihou into thejoy of
Mourn no longer for him
Who huth .paed away , , ,
For hi Glory he'll aland,' J
' At the judgment day, '.
I'm, blraned ire th y, who trust in the Lord,
And openly confess him ou eatth,
For tlieir'a i a righteou reward,
Of much G lory and honor and worth.
And when all earthly toll are e'er.
Their pirita in ecatacy fly,
Tojoin him who ha gone before
To prepare a mamion on high. J. C. B.
' On i ill Sihinst., in Vana T p , Del
niontco., O., Mr. William Frost, sr.. in
ihe 87th year of his age. The (let-eased
was among ihe first residents of Wayne
Tp. 113 leaves many friends and rela
tive to mourn his departure, which tho'
uot unexpected was deeply foil.
How hard to part from thoso
' Whom afferiion hold dear, i
with loeka a white the uowe
J. C. B.
On the 86th Inat., by Rev. J. W. Shfrcr
Mr. Geopse W, BoaToa and Uiaa Hs4r
Fi. Btft' botb tf pe vicinity of Fitrvivw.
" On the 04th f 1st month, 1855, by Friends
ceremony, Imtrn YV. MotUrs el IoUden
Co, Vs and Rrnecca . daughter of Klisha
Fawcett of Delmoiit co. O.
M f .. D kj . . i
a.. in avn, i uiir. aforin iinrTin, rUD
lio Worship al II o'cUk-U. A. M. iVnl.bath .School
at 2 oclm k P. M. DnvM Thot.nm, Superintendent.
rUMBYTtniAN UHLnni. VnttnT John Moffat.
Public Wumliip at II oYlock, A. M. JSndbath
tSV.IIBI.I lit 3 llYlrwtt P M tlmovnm A ...1.-.. v..
liitcnuunt. (. :
Au.u...-.u tl. "....- t a t
der Yonttff. Public Wombipat 1 1 o'clock A. M
Uiblfl (JlllHH.illHtf UCtaXll laV ill t'.a.l.ar at 111 V..tse, It
A M. '
ST. CLAIRSVILLE Jan. 31.
LpH, 15. Butter, 16. Flour, 0,00. flama
10. Shoulderi, 7. Sides, 7- Corn Meal,
70. Sujrar, 7 8. Coffee. 14. SIoIhrsos
Slfaa Oats, 3740. Clover Seed 6,00
Timot i scarce 3,2.')(33,S0. Dried Apples
1.U0. Nails 8a9d 4,87, Buckets 25 Suit
per barrel 3,85 Lard Uc. Potatoes $l,2f.
JOY FOR Til K INVALID.-W.eut thf..llow.
ing Irom the "rhiliiilulplij rtniurdny Unzsttf." and
recuoninnrl our readVr Co peruse it carefully, and
those suHerinic shnulil noi delnv purrhains --
"UK HO iKLAND'd UErtVIAN BITTBIUt.--Thi
relehrnted mudit int. prsparnd by ir. C. M
JACKSON, , it ihe.impoung Ueri.nn Medicine
Store No. 130 ARCH street, ie exciiing nnpreceilen
ted pulihc attention, nii'l ih, iireprirtor, who it a ci
emilic piiysieian.ia Killing irnmenmqiiauiiiii-s of il
1 he virtues of lid rciu dy are m fully ei lorlh in the
exmnded nuiice ol it, to be wen in our adveriUins
eoliirnn, that there is h.irdly any room led lor ui lo
upenk ol it 1 his much we may add Of the lone
tram ol physicd ilia (o whii-h hinnnniiy i.hrir. thei
is none, more distrai'Si.iK than the renernl rieranire
nienlot ilie digestive apparatus, which never fails to
neconipnnya disordered state of the livor. Ileud
ache, piles, languor, Iretliilnesa, a hilioun tongue, a
morbid breath, loss ol opp nito-in short, ar. in leseri
liable wretchedness ot eximenco. are in insutl'.-rnble
and lile-wastimr altendnnis. Three rti-eines, which
huve batHed I ho ekill of inn ,,I.U.i ll.,,.. u....
been rodichll y cured by HoufknnJ's German Bit-
ters. nee nuvertiscment.
Jr.n. 20 2w.
o,rS,V I,IlLl-' CUOFL'LA.AND DIPEASF.D
UU h II). lor ibfso inrrilt.. iHmrmi Pun..'- V..-..
ish Mixture is tho only specific
The proprietors have in their possession over one
hundred cenilicntes at'thu m,ui v,-...ji.,nu ........
eted by it.
.Vyere,".rJot!lt'ct'rli''0:,"!ol niehnrd Adams, late
Iliijh ShentTof Itlchmond, Vs., Ma in Burton Com
missioner ot the Revenue fur Richmond; lleneral
Welch, ol the Mammoth Circus; Dr. Iliindlcv. o
Washington City; Mr. Wm. A. .Matthews, and C.
B. Luck. Kmj., .t liieliiunud, Va.. Mr. K. Boyden,
t-xchanHe Uiiiol, Va.; and a host of others, who
have teen ,-awh of I lie worst description cured liv
Outers Spanish Mixture They all certify thai it
is i lie grcu test puriliur, of the blood known.
See uilvertiscnient. Jan. 2G, tin.
TTNTILtho 1st of March will beiriv.nin
. y , oitna. jrweiiy end
U n Ilie firn ol Jila-rh I
will close my I usinrm. Thofc
who want clicip Watclies ami
jtiivtiry will in, well to rati. S.'t
monthof March. Tiime
Willi ll.... I nil LV .... r .. ......
Ishonij can for ttieni hefbre tim
!01 March, as llime nil clalined
will lin.,l,l tor clia.-nns. A f.iw s!4 hour, ami Ri u'ht ilny
I'hickson band, which will he to'il low. Watchoa and
luv.nLUi.mu.i ,Vt4IIUl -111 kllB IK, Ml lUlirCII.
,, J. II. WILLIAMS.
8t. Clairsville Fob. I, IP.V 3t.
TT7 MEHEAS I gnvctwo promissory Notes
J. T d'ayalilo to Alrsander I.. Ilar,;er or orrler, one
payaMeoii the nrt day or Aum nut. Also one mh-
r mite daifd January 1:1, I85j, rallnia for Kitty Doll era
p,,.a,,,e , .rwolv. ,,. -aIe And whero.
as llmse notes werr rianduleillly olitame.l, and without
any valualiie consideration. I therefore forewarn all
,,., t, uumi an assiinmeiu on them, t annie-
icrmined not to nay tbem unlfsi eoninlltil hv Law.
H. It. .MUTT.
0 irnesville. Feb. 1..I803 -3t. pit.
Ilollistcr, Mi Grow &, Co.
Thomas Wiley, ct al.
BY vhtue of un 'nn exocutiun to me di-rocu-d
limit the ('on rl of Cuiiiiiinn I'lf-an of Del
niont Couiuy, 'Muo, I wjl oiler lur Hale at 1'utluAuc
Monday, the Jjth day of March, A. D. 1855,
Itctwocn tlifi hnnm of :0 o'clock, .f. M. and 4 '
ctock, I'. M. of naiil dny, nt the front door nf i lie tNturi
HouBe.in St. t-taimviUe, hi rid coiniy, the f'tllowuig
laiida Afid JicneinRiiti, tfitii.'.iv lyins" and Itciug in
aid county of Belmont, and Biaie 01" Oli.o, iHinmit'd
and ricitcrilttd Ut)law to wit: l.oti Nunitr2U7 and
Lot Nu 111 -wr Siw, in Hie town ol Marunaville. iielinoitt
County, Ohio. A praied at $:i500.
WiicriU' Office at tit. rinir.vilte, Feliruary , IPM.
J JUS C. NICIJULH.kSJitTin'.
Feb. I, t35. $2,52
FARM FOR SALE.
I WILL offer at Public Sale, on the prcmij
Thursday, March 1st, 1S05.
The valuaMc Farm on whirh I formerly resided, aitua
tcil in Warren townalup, Belmont County. Ohio, on tlio
road teadiu from Morriaiown to Itarneiville, nrar Die
tin viliaireor.Mt. Olivet and admit 1 mile front
be t finral Ohio Kail Koad. 1 lie Farm
' Til 'V contaiiu al'Oin
m! 7 io ACIIE,
BHaBiiaatOver 100 of wbich are cleared, and under
oond cultivation. It baa on it a uood Orcbard of sraftcd
fruit, and excellent huiWiim; ia well Watered and
for luriuor particular inquire oi vim. . irnupneriy,
re'idini t Mt. Olivet. Tornn niaile known ou tne day
ot the Bale. JOHN CiUNHY.
Fell. 1, IC5S. 4t. pit.
"IV OTICE is hereby given that petition
J 1 will be prevented io Um ('ottiuiiafioners of llel
hiont County, Ohio, at thoir etiion roininenrliif; n the
Ant 3d nil. ay of Marxli, H.U, for (lie MUMitthitiff of a
rnad l rtle not liUcefUing live degree elevation.
Commenting at Gltjucue elation on the C U. Beil Uoad
running un the South hrancli of McMahon'e Crek ia
near the nmuth of K in Run, thence up Mid Bun to
tvhere it lor it a, the nee the nearest and beat route to the
Uruls acruaa L'aplina Cieik at Armalroiif 'a Milla,
thence the neareat and beat rout to the county line en
or near the farm of David Alouney. Aud alao that a!l
other roailiaiif uaria of roada reiidcred unnecctaary bj
an id road be vacuaied.
rah. I. lM-4i. pd. ' : ' ! ' s
1 1 MiE BEARD MOVEMENT, AND THE
JL. Cattern question; one and inseperabla. ll is ause.
leas atlemplle disui Ike laet thai the war In Kiiropa
is sulely on account of certain heathenisli notions wiiicll
liave crept into Ilie liirsute braina of some parsons, ma
Itina them advance tlie idea the it was unnatural to shave.
We might aa well argue it ia unnatural to clothe ear
selves, ly ailvies in the premises ia
Khnve the Coesacke,
and Ike war will cease.' As a preventative to assy Vol
lieerevt demonstrailons in this part of the globe, I elfer
my services to shave the chinsand faceaor allwho may
desire lo undergo this christianising operation.
I won Id call the atiention of my customers and eth
ers, to my stock of Coluane, Hair Oil. fomatoms, Uee(
Marrow, Biiavin lkiuii, nar nara Poap, Tooth l'w.
J U I ...... . Urn. I, u Tnnlli tl . . II , ..
Raaorsaud Kazer Uirops, Slacking and Bruaiies, cVi:.
rue aais at my suuj turner mi seam m Market atreets,
Wi ll BAKSOM.
81. Clairsville. Feb. I, I8U.
Estate of Dr. Jos. Ilewetson, Deed,
NOTICE ia hereby fivsn (hat at ths Probata Court for
Belniont County, the undersiened were annnn,,
and tuaiihed as Adiiiimslraiors of theealale ol Dr. jo
seoli llewetsun. dee d, lata of Uslmont Counts.
ah tiwsa tiineaieu is, we sniis, aie reijnasied in snake
i aimed i sl payuient; aud tlMM havini claims against
said eaiaus, are nuiuiedta pr.ssul ihesa lor asltlsmsnl
wiiuiu one year irom tins nam.
JOeUl il hlMiliil, Adm'ia.
Tho hooks and accx.titersar be feuml in my hsn.is af
ter ttie luin lost. oesi'ii uocoy
feu. i, am: ,
Slat of Olio, Iklmont County, SS.
COVRT OF COMMOX PLEAX
rarrin Wright as Admlnlstrstnrorihe Citste afMoiet
lllrani lie. .
' In Attaclimtnt.
HK lid Defendant Hirsm Cjnve a non-
tealdont mi ttie fltate of ll,,. , ,tl lab ma,, ..,
'etlt inn was Bled in the f 'lrks fyfTire i the e t of
leimssa fleas ef saidtMntysrf helmont on Ihe it t.
day f January ISM, and thai at, oidrrnf AttaI mml
against the proiwr ly ef said Olrndant wee isxied fit tli
same date. '1 lie o'.Ject and prayer l said I'tlitmnii
In recover jtulg mem aisiiittl,s dsff nilant for the su'n
f tlM.OJI, It beie one half frf the Joint lla'nlilf oi ihe
aliij l .-ue, liecested. and the said dtt,lmil
on sundry outstanding nire asiti.t them, and l eing
Hie amnuiit ol the lii,ilitv of the sard deieiirtam I, the
plaintirT as Adu.inislrator as aforea,d no the navment
at said notes y the said plaintiff aa Admitiiatraiur as i
afore.aie.wttn tlieltitereMtlrtMn tle dates of Ihe several!
ne.ee alurnsaid. And also fur the sum el $',",M with in t
lertst Irom the tstilay ol August Ir-ftf. on an account of j
said deoasvd sramst said defendant, whiih oasdua
and en paid, in the lifetime of said dsceased. I'nlest
the defendant apiieer and auawei ly the Kith day of
March, A. D. le.M, Indgtiieut will lie laken aean.st him.
w. atwrtllir, All y lor flaintilT.
JOHN II. IIRATUN, Clerk.
I se. V,
IN fitirftiianca of the I nut will ind Teat
tnent of David Miller, (W'd., t!ie (-'arm on whirh
eald dM.paer lived at the time of hia rlci ra ia afei.
?d for aa'e.taid farm a itua linnha Potiih ul Bt.
I'lairnvtl If on tl e r td leMtint to Jand l ife;. aid 3
in lira from the : i). Rail Road, in tie rcm-my nfllel
n nn , Ohiu.nrortamttit CM area ef ffxd n.nalit? of
I.M'datonl SO ecie nt a hirh la (tmd timter, the ttat
ance ia tnaeood itate nf Cuhivnt'on. The land layi
wtrti.ann ip wm waiertrn. n ine nremi
aea there t two com fort a''e I)wMtnf
liouara, narn. mante, Orcharn, arid Stone
Hprinf Honae, over a etronf and never
fatlleisv Qnriss, Af awtul essr sl sas, aaataia, Ij. Ik, 1 ' "
tiottae There ta a plenty of atone foal and
l.lme Stune nu the pr nuaea, and ia a hanripnm and
iet.rehleliMnioii for any one wanting a a ma' I Farm.
If aaid land. fa Hot enld at prita'e a e lefnn the iTd
ray of June veil, it wit rn aaid dav l nfTored at ub
lie unVon tl e prenttaea. Fr terme' applytothe aub
ec riber livtng on the premt'e.
WILTON MILLER, F.i'Cutor.
Fahrnarv lal. 'iW la.
IINE GOLD, JKWELKY, THE NEW
estand ninst rahioi,'atle styles ofiewHrv con.
aistini- of Breast Tins. Ear Drop. Finder hinss. Brace
lets. r'iileu, l.'uTPins, i;cld Pencils and Tens, Hoi-.k
eta. Gold and Silver Chains, Keys, Peals, dec. rVr., for
sale hy J. T. Hf'f)T"l',
"Cl. 13. No. 137 Main fit.. Wheeling.
SALT! SALT!! SALT!!!
ALL pc raon in want of te t,bovc article,
will pletse lake notice that the Snhscrllier hss
Just received asupply of the very best quality in n-t
unis..wnicn he is semnt at Wheeling preees, ("3 00
per 111'.) al his store in St. Clair.ville.
P. 8. A laree lot offine Salt in Paclie''for Rntlersnd
Ta'-lc use, just receivid by JOIIX jet'CiiX.
nov. xm, teos.
FARM FOR SALE,
rpiIE Subacribcr will offer at .'i.bii. Sale
S.i turd ay, the 21th day of Fbiriirr
l(.'5, liel weeu the hours of 10 o'clock, jf. M. and 4 i
chick. P. M. to be sold on the prerniaea in Goshen
Itnliiioiil Couiitv. (Jh io.,the F'arm lormerlv owned bv
Timoihy H iskett, Uec'd. containing
mnrn ot Irss.
1 Ins Perm lavs .1 miles Bontti-West f M.,rpM,..w
and I half mile North of the Central Ohio Sail rin.H
lhls Fsnnlslna pretty ttniidsietKofcultivaiion, well
Wat crert, Fruit In abundance, stone foal, with a
Dwelline House. II am. lc Th h l,.i l.iilHn, il,
buyer. Terms mad known ou ihe day rf Psle.
P. B And if not sold on that day, il will be for rent
Jan. 19th, IfU.dt. pd.
Sal of Real Estate by order of
ON SATURDAY the 24th day of Febrtu
ry. A. I). IKVl. hetwciMi the hours of 10 oVIork.
A. M.a' d 3 o'clock P. M. on the nretnises. will he old
lo the high' ,t liidiler, the following riracrihed Real
la'e. astlie proterlv of Itacliel Hheiil7iu. an ina,ie per.
on. to wit: The Esl halfof the Point) west Quarter of
Fx.Xo. 19. Towushio No. fi. Ranse No. 5. cniitainltii,
0 acres more or less.
Paid property lies iu Wsvne Townshin. nrmoiil Co.
f., and ailjuitis lauds of James Powell's heirs, Thomas
TRItMrt fP PAI.F.. One third In hand: one third in
, nar, .s ens thir mtwnvears wilh interest on
thu deterred payments from thednv orPnl.
jurin wen, ii-rini,,.,
-eif " Guardian or Rachel Phamtilin.
Jan. 2d, IM5j'
pHE next SeMmn of the Wheeling Fe-
I im' Peiniiiary. wll ennnnence on WcDxraotT.
Fehrnary 7th and t-nnt inning five months, wit cloae the
la Tinir-jftay in June
Wp r? notv prn'tari-il to acorninof'a'.e a lare nnmher
nftlnarders aa well a dav t'i:flj. !id the hiuli cliaac
tnr that th Hchitoi now a we hnne. Herrvdlv phi
taina. tnreihar w th Hip farihty with which Whrptme
ia ronc'ted front a'l dirrrt.ona, rp-iilera it t:i'lilv pdjtihle
to petKntiit wiah'nff in nend tbrir tlauiihtm from home.
jr 1 crina aa herntofora.
MR9.fi. B. TilOMPPON.
v heeling. Jan. 20, Ijj.
TO THE PUBLIC.
J. ,1 EPSON
WOULD rtppecifully announce
old rrippriaj ami the piihlit frnaralv.
naa rtturnpii to m viatrnviiia ami opened i
, f!rocprv In the rtinu, formerly occu-
VlSfll iiieri l.y HirKJ a u i K Tiiom na, where he.
'll inlPiula keepitiL' ahoiit ih' fame kind iifatnck
atwwft aa Ite lornierly arjd m tlni place, conaiatitig of
(iroceries, Hardware, QueetiMvar, Ac.
And where he hnnoaliy atrict .attention to huiineaa to
merit a aha, e of jmhhc palrouage.
P I. NAILS nf the heat quality for aale hv the ke?
at Wheeling prirea, with adflitiun of freight.
Bl. t.'lairavillo, apr.tl, IhM
"HE Suhsr.rihcr, reaiding at
wishes to sell a' nut
Tlircc Hundred Acres
Of Coorl Land, noar said Town.
nr.l,iAiV ll Aur.rt
F the County Fund Comtllisniuneri, for f
the County of Helmont aud Plate o I Ohio, for Jan-l
lb.M. according to the statute in aucu caaesiuade !
Air. Hunt received from Kal.
ltd. Ml.LA nr laat RnnArf Jit n.VI Vt i
' nriucinal in Co. Trou'jr lit,U 0,t8T,7S
" Balance due flute l.Si;','
The followlnf are the aunif loaned lo iiidividuala at
lha rate of 7 ier eent.per annum, sis the several Tuwu
suipe iu the county, and secured as lollows:
Richland Tp., Atortgaaeadf other Securities 91,506.60
ritishitif " ' K5U9
Vork " " . '
. ; .f
anV Block in licluiont Bank of ft. Cairs-1
Title. -ff 5i,f(
Premium and Interest psld.u Bank Sivck in)
Individual aoles secured tijiHortjacetakenJ
iroin uaiia in pavui.ot t -n. ,huiiki;
Auiounl of individual ftNuie
Deduct for Interest reluened'
' Aiu l. advanced uj t-ousitf
Aniounl ou which interest is in arrears
Ami i.JC'ashon hand Jan. IHM, tor use oiB. r.
' rrineipal received aiuc leai Kepui -1
Amount paid for use ol Hcheol f und
tr Trinlinf Baport
d Truouis i as Fan Com.
1 'u 4, vires. Johnsoss
Balan' on lisnd for use of School rued
Vliuctna.! ia t'ouajt Taaescai, .
. II4 v
ahoes is . eorreet stale
iisei saic funds. Given
DM dav T January h.U. lejj.
11 1 liUK .t AN. Auditor.
THOMAd JallNrHiM, Treasurer
Artine Fund t-'oitiiHteaiatiere sJ Ueluiuut Co. O.
jk.isi, te.,:. (
We do tssrehy eerlife that the i
tueulaud el.il;it ol the conaiu.i
under our hands this DM dav of J
I AMKS YATKH i now ntnnin tho Far-
,''K'e.ey-, Mill, five fmles ej f hrirl..
' 'It'ahtv H'.l s.i'rp,,.., "
irade wZ "'. ."a""'"' 'J,'"" ""'""' ernrKio,
. ' 1 at.,H . (d e "iii.i'v f o,r,
;! ?." "''"I"""'. '""' aed Ursine do,,. Jo,
SIJEUIFKS SALE. "
I Y virtue af . Kxeruti.n U .lirerte-d
tnday, th 2nd day of February, A. ),
V:'ii .'"aV" 01 ",tl-k A.M. and 4 oVio-k
Tii'ee M,lth l .7 ... V. ,m"r"' fennir f oil
of vt i "'"' '-e a. d a h,i
T l'l""'-iwT.e i wolliiii.'n
.CiS. Aneriff s Oflits. !-. ...,i- ...
I.I. C" Nl,-,,"l'',.l'erin-.
Jan. Id, p.v
J. K. Grova
BY virtue of an oruVr of Sale to mo direr
le,l I Ir.iiiithel.ourt ofCuumien l lss of l!..,,
toumy. Ohio. I will .! .,. ra,"SXu'
Tucsdny, Ike 3th day of Fthrutry, A. I).
I . .. , oVIork, A. M audi
clLk P.l.,f.a,ddav al th. ir,., a....: J.!...1 ":
ll. ........ ... . .: ....v. ... mf , ,,ri
ii?,,, ."'li.'".? 'yy . KH""n' "late
. . r nllll (I,.B, r,,,,, a- f,JW-
Nimotir, four, andtwemy ciaht. in tl,. town
:.j... .. "V.. '". etiount I'. ljlrty. oi,,.. j,.,,,,
January tlie I zlh i-:,3. ' "'" l la.r.v.lli
A1rxatiuVr Hall and I'erry Wilkinson.
BY virtue of an alias Execution to me di
rected from iii court or l.'oniiiiou Picas of B-.
mom I umy Ohio. I will ocr for Sal n f,.ic Auc.
tioii at the irontdoororthe Lourt House in Ml. tla.rs
ville in said couiiiy, on
Tuesday, the 13A 7a of February, A. D.
1PM let ween the I rsofln u'elork .A.M. and 4
Clock P. .M. oreeiil ijay, the folluwiu, dint,rd la:M
aiii I tencineiils, H.tualc Lying .,) bnut ,n Hit Cnu.ilv
ol llelinontaiid Mat of Ohio, and hounded and uWri.
in II 14
i-ed as iiitiows to wit:
1 19 )-
iii i.i ,.d -..3
IVestern taken 111 Kitciltiou at the sun tif Ali-iaudcr
Hlierifli OtTire. I miliary th I2th !-".".
JOll.V v. Mflli)i. K!
Baugher, Fisher i. Co.
I'tttterifon R. Chapman, ft a!.
Y virtue of an order of Hale to direct
ed from the f'nurt of I'linimun l'!,.. ni ll, !:..,
County, Ohio, i will oiler lor Hale al Public Amuuii
Tuesday, the 13A day of February, A. D.
IHSI, Intween the hours of lUo'clock A. M.anrt 4 o'
clock P. M . ol sai.l day at the from 'or of ti.e Court
House 111 rt. Clairhvillf. in sa;d imii.' t ti.e f,.ruv,ni'
lands and tenements 10 wit: ruinate li iniaud linj, 11'
Ihcciiunly ol hvliuoiii and Slate ol Oin, snd liuiiuilnl .
and de.eril rd aw follons 10 wll: Lot No. M and Sw', ill I
the toe. u of liendryHlillteh in said county 1
Miurilt'.oitiie, January liih,
JOHN I'. MClloLri, Shcrni ol 11. CO.
Jan. IJ, IN,!.
Theaker Mitchell &, Co.
1 V virtue of an aia HirriitiOM to niilu-i-tr.t fro,
-l-J l.'iiiirt t t'tiiiiiiiuii I uf fteiiiiuiil County, Olit
1 win uuvr itir cue at i umit .tut nun oil
Tacnlay, the 'Mh day of Ftbruary, A.
1jV, h!tw'n ihr houmnt Uto'ctort., A. M. ami 4 o'clo;.
r. M. tt aiil uay al lli ininuiinir ol tnei.'oiiri, lint-,
in Hi. rtairxviltr, Itottuuiii County, ohni, th- l itowin.
Ut-HcrilH'il ht mt 0 and tt'iirincntv lo wit; iituatt tyiup Am
u ill in lli- (.'ninny "t lf-liiiiiii amt tSva.e ut Ohio, ami
l,t.iitnlril ati't rtfurnlifii a intow lu wii: Ui inji a pun
ui un? .xirui i. an quaritT oi peciiun nuiiiMiT i:u, l un
ihii iiuiiitr .j, ail Kat.s iiiimi.lt , rt.ntaiuiiiQ ont
llnrilni an Hire lauil with a Krauip Hoim- on ttieaauu
ticMiiu tht'itoiHt' iiuw ucci.iiicil hv V incent .Mucin!), i
ken in Execution a the LiJividual property ofvaul Vni-
tflieriil' Otlicp, January the 12th. 15.
JOHN V. MCliOl.S, Hhen.r.
Jan. lQt trj.. 9J ou
Juhn K. Ffslor, et al.
Y virtue of an Kxntutinn to me dirrctetl from the
Court of Common t'li a of lieliuniit Coui.ty. Uiuo.
I w it ulterior tSale at Fuhiic Auttion on
Tuesday, the Zth day of February, A. D.
between the hourt of 10 o'clock A. M.and 4 o
clouk I. M. ul .aid ilay at the front door ol the Couit
Houie in Hi. Ctairnvitle, in aaid county, the following
dcNcnhuU laud and tencmeiita to wit: tsiluale lying and
ling iu the county of Uelmunt and t-taie of Ohio, and
hounded and dem.ri"'l aa IiiIIuwii: The first tract bt
ins pifl ot tue wont tiail of ;ction U, lowiisliip 7, and
range h, liojiimiiiC lor tho aiauie on the half line helwwn
my laud (that im the laud of Ahncr revit at the time
ot inatuutf hi.) wi.l) aud HtOiheu Gretp al a alone tor
nertoJeaw Mf lralf and luiihinp thence due west 164
tcrehe to a itake ou the hue hetw een my tand (taid At.
nerUr!mf alorcnaid and aSharji'n aithe tune ul the wilt
afuretiaid) thenee with ttie oaid line heinf thewciion,
ea-it Jtrti iM-riilum in a takhc.ng ih north went curu-r
ot the taudat of John Ore g, Iheure north 71) 3 euft. 44
im re Ilea, to a itake thenre Hill 3 41 perctiea to a thkvt
POuth 77 s roat percTna to a ih. thriiceouih r7
cant 19 per'jhi-ato a poi on me aiorevaid nan auction
line. Iwiui! the suulli west comor ol the tract of land tie
scribed 10 John tlrettp as alomsaid. lhiire wiin the
hall section line and lands ol Stephen trejrs: aloresain,
south to the place of liej limi ittr , coulaiuiiii one liu mired
acres one rnoiliaiid eieht Mles, as surveyed marked and
platted by jefiina ouarp ou tn.'uiti - uay ut ttie ,in
uioiiih A. I): IHIO
Also one lot or parcel of land in section Xo 0. town
ship No. 7 and range No. 5 lieciniiiiu al the smith tve.l
comer of said aection No. II, thence north 131 mtcIiis
lo a stutie, thence ea.l 74 perches lo a stone, thence
south Itll perches to the outh line ol said section to a
stone, thence west alone said fine ,4 perches to the
place ol lieeiiininf coniaiuina liu acres two routlsaint
J. nLTLIir, ,.,,, , " ......... ... ..u - 7
acres or Meal ttaisle. The shove nremises trill he sold
suhjectlo Ihedower of llsnnah Crefi heretofore el oil.
and also suliject to ihelile liaiate ofjohu K. Feeler in
Ihe one lourlb part.
The conditions of Hie ahove will lie one third nf the
nurtiha. moiisv in tiaud on the day ol Pale, uue third
inunevear and one third iu Iw. years with iulercstuil
ll,. ilf.rerretl navnients.
Blierilf's Orrii-e. Januarr I5ih IMS.
JOHN t'. MCHUI.M, elienrT.
PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
Cauee depending in ihe Court of Common
I'leai of Belmont County.
Clttrlef 8. Evani
that on ttie
TVTfiTICEia lie-cb? civen
li itlids-of January next, at llw Office of Par id
llowell. Esq , in the low. ol Brideport, in aaid count v.
haiweenthe hour, o' It o'clock. A.M. aud So'clock.
P. M..01 said dav. anaor tnexuioo.y oi ....,. ,-o..
at lha slsvor's o'ffic.. In Ihe city of Cincinnati, in said
tltaie. t.et eeu the hours of IU oV lock A . M. and 4o
Hork f. M. of said das. deonsitioes will be taker, ou be
hall of the peiiliouer in the ahove case '
' B. ft. CGVYEN, Alt y for Peiiliouer.
Oee W. .
i-orD AND SILVER WATCHES, QF
X all nnsiitie' Msne. and tl. B. Cases
U.l reeeied and for s.lc al 'rd""dJ',,f 'VrT. '
tin. IS Main H., Wheeling.
SOME OF THE OBJECTS
WHAT IS TO BE SEEN ON
The I HllOriXMlfl COlit llllifv ( nwn... lt.lVtr !.
I spectator for nearly two hours, niuJ lakes him
(over Siz Miles through the streets of New
jYork City, itt tho iriitist of its business in
I places and through streets uhieh to a stranger
would be of most interest, and he would "be
imost likely lo visit; and while he is apparently
'passing along, he has extended ncrsnectiva
v'ews f lne buildings on both sides of upwards
of Fifty Streets which collective beintr
about forty miles of buildings mVmrr him a
Tt.v j4 in,.- veii.y auu its jreopie, as it would
appear to him if he were to so there, and wall:
through the streets, among the people, the bustle
and confusion of Our Empire City. He
will have a faithful and exact view of the mag-
nificent Churches, public and private Buildings,
the Shipping and Steamboats, Horses and Car
riages Omnibuses, Railroad Cars, and tha
Thousands of People who daily thronz
ilie sireets oi iiew York. .Distinguished men
and acquaintances are readily recognized among
4.1. 1 ,.17 i . . rti
inw cruwu 01 iiersous in ine sireeis, i ne
'can be read the same as if you were in the city,
as all are faithfully represented upon th'u
painting public and private processions,
tary Companies. Firemen and their Engine
Kmula rif IHiicir ,vP .V-Wtsilrs I U 1
acviiuv wi ii I i..j, sksks... . , . , v iiitt L 1 1 J
orama moves before the spectator, over
Horses and Carriages pass in view, nnd n
than 10,000 of the people of the city, at their
daily business, v
It is impossible to state .all that is to be seen
m this moving painting. Persons in viewing
it can hardly "persuade themselves that they are
not actually in the ci.y among its business ant'
bustle viewing the citizens and strangers, &
CMhey really are, in every day life, at their avo
cations; and persons unacquainted in New York
) '.I-- '11 1.. 1 '
cny, Avin gei a oeuer view, anu urain more
Information of the city and its people. r
once seeing this Panorama, than they would.t
' A 11 1 1 II . . ''' !' S
aciuauy visit ine city anu walk us streets anu
thoroughfares for ten days, as thousands of per
sons have testified.
At each exhibition of the Panorama, as il
passes before the spectator, an Explanatory
Lecture will be given by Mr. George Doel,
)iic of the proprietors, or Mr. Albert Xor
on, or D. C. Damon illustrative of New
.fork-City, its statistics, business and re
sources its people, their " go-ahead-ativc-:.css,"
manners and customs much valuable
knowledge of great importance to a stranger
ami of general and instructive information
Will Ic Exhibited nt Clairsville,
in the MethodistChurch, SSnturday Af-
itcrnnon and E'jveim.jr, l eh. l, ut s 4
7 1-2 O?lock.
Families and Parties,
5 Persons, -8
WATCH. AM) CLOCK MAKER
Jewelry, Far.cv CooJs, Notions, &c
JTr Watches and Clocks r paired to order, aud vrar-i
Kepi. 15, ly. let.
. r-m -v . T' TT . V 1' B V 1 SIX f
k" I 'J 11 I i Ul I I llj'WW
ii I 1V;IV11U1JLIilu.'
. . . , . , . ,.
Centra' Olin R- RoaJ III Bflniont Co.
Ohio, are hrei-v untitled that I wii lie sl Cnn-.erton,
Monday January sotlii llarnesv lie January Sflih; 111.
I ihertv Jaiiuarv list : CentrfviHe. r.h'oaiy t.ii Jud
VYe'sh's Feh. gi: Dull Air. Hjlurdav Fuh. 3rd, Ir'-VV
some Interest account, uiilou.e en 113 of the K.al
N'.iv. 1st. 1S4. etocklioldiriwlin nave not psiu un
toll. are requested to ca't i.uiii. dia'v aud aeti'e.
Lit'" JAMES 1). WKIOilT, Dap. Trssi.
t K. r.r.LS. LOUISVILLE LIME REC'D
j eJaudluTsVee. 'rasy .) J, TJiOMffJH,
I I the cittfusof
; n-o. , 1-.14.
S T 0 N
s Profcf;ons1 eerricet
flKLLAiaa and vicinttv
SALE OF SCHOOL LAND
.V COLERAl.XTp .BELXJXTCO. O.
k'OTICf: Is herel-r liven that tint Ibllownt drscrihed
. ; r.f rd ii ii.. orrerfd loi sate at Public Aue.
lion al Ihe fionld ir ol list Coorl Hons, in 8t. naira
N tln..iinriia ytliejrd dayel Fetrnary. A. IMa.ua
tut, fnlluwinj conditione.vnr The his heat hinder io le
n,r purt hasor. No hid will ue ts.ten on sa'u laiia ror
irra amount ihan the appraised ealue thereof. One
la twelfth psitol the purcha-a money to he paid at the liai.
,.l ..'e .... -the rrn ail der 10 1 paid 111 twele. annual
in lnsls:iiirni. ot niiiai smw., w...........
and n. Eaid laud being th. Nor . a- hall ol th. North
,i .,sr...r . r a rtion fi.e.r. ;. owysl in four and
Is easy ol ine' hv !., h Fnsds.
ni.t l.aud a; f raied at -?a. '
d.tiiit.mak, Am,t; c,0,
St. Cl.ir.viU., Das. IS. IM4.