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THE BELMONT CHRONICLE.
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WE ara ,11 i pan .1 io execute, m IN beet tiyle, end ip
on short all klnili of
Doolie, Cnrdt, Handbill,
Pnmphlctt, Circtilnra, Tickets,
'otter, Check, I.iibnl.,
Progrnmmea, ltill-llentl., ithmi,-,
LAWYER'S mm i Ac, Ac.
In (hurt nil klndi ul
FANCY JOB PRINTING
Done in a tyle t.i givn Bntiafaction to the most
fastidious, at the Bflvont Ciikumicix Office. All
order promptly otteiiuVd to.
ftTlrnnnenl ndvirtisuntcnta and job-work must
be puid (or in advance.
OJrAII communications nnd advertisements musi
be handed in belore 10 o'clock on Wednesday, or be
delayed another week.
lUfcgy i.vF.Ra, will meet in the school house in the
lwsT West cikI.o. St. ClaiRsville, onSaturduy
July 28 1855, at 10 o'clock A. M.
. i mM .1 n i
D D. T. COWEN, Clork.
The CHRONICLE for the Campaign.
Tin iv may be many persons who
are desirious of receiving the OnnoN
icle during the campaign. If any
such, we here inform them that we will
furnish them with the paper from the
2Gth day of July until the 19th day
of October at the following rates:
One copy 37 1-2 cents, 10 copies
$3,00, 20 copies $5,00. The money
in each case must accompany the
We think if the friends of free
dom will exert themselves a little in
each township a very respectable
number could be added to our list.
We will agree to furnish our friends
with facts and figures to carry on the I
canvass, if they will furnish us more)
readers. It is of vital importance
to the cause that every Republican
should be posted, in order that he
may in turn disseminate his ideas.
We knwo of no better way to do this
than by increasing the circulation of
some reliable local journal. Wo:
shall endeavor, in future, as we have in
times past, to make the Cimoxicui
a reliable paper, and will try to keep
its readers thoroughly posted on po
03r"Boiiiliice" forget to vend lit hit true name,
and we take no notice ol commumc llont without
a responsible name.
Or The ''Wronged ilenrt" will appear next
0-We topi (he puss to announce to the public
that there is at the Drug Stole ol J ,V CoLLi.vs.duwti
town, some ot tbtHair l'onic now in use. It cures
dry harshness in the huir, as wi II asdi-easts ol the
scalp, and dots aw nyi ntirely with I ristlts on the
human head. There is nothing in its como lion
that can in tl'b le.ist injure the hnir or the scalp
PtlMnl who have anything it the lieid, are gene
rally desirous'ol pieseniing a becoming exterior, und
showing that there is something on their heads beside
nifi . Call soon before it is all gone the hair ionic,
we mean, not the nifi .
Liberality. Our avowal last week, in
reference to our being without a copy of the State
Auditor's report has opened the heart of "a friend"
who sent us through the P. II. two copies ot "ex
tracts from the reportof the Auditor of State."
We seo no necessity lor his going to all the trouble
he did about these documents, as we pass his oflice
at least three times every day, and had spoken to
him two or three times the very day he sent us the
reiwrts. Examining Jlho document, however, we
find it to bo like the play of Hamlet, with Hamlet
omitted, as the mott striking portions aro loft out.
From another source we hsvu obtained a copy ot
iho.report.without any abridge menl for elcctiumering
&J. II. IIeaton has left at this ollice lor distri
bution the following seeds, from '.he U. S. Putcnt
Office; selected by Agents of the ollice.
Turkish .flint W heat, from Mt. Olympus in "Asia
I'ithusian Wheat, procured from the Island of
Yvica by the V. 8, Consul at Alicante. Karly Noe
Wheat, Irom France may be sown from September
It is a onr.AT mysteky to many persons
how Messrs. Stone fit TuOKAl can oiler to sell
their goods so cheap. Mysterious as it is, it is never
theless irue that they do undersell any body and
every body in ul I this seciion of the country. Re
member, ihey hold forth at tho 'sign of the Golden
Dee ilive, on Main street in Wheeling.
The Committee on Summer Fruit.
Acknowledge tlie receipt ol tno lonowing articles
From Slater liiown, of some very large Neshannoi 1
potatoes some measuring "(inches in circuinlerencc
Also seine Bow apples, very larget and quito lipe.
From Mrs. Hugh Morrison, some file apricots.
From Dr. J. M Mitchell some Apricots.
From Mrs. Isaac K, Eaton, .tome Apricots, th
largest of tlie season.
Fiom a friend, soma currants, large, and hanging
in etceedingly heavy clusters, also some Harvee
apples, quite ripe.
From Ur. West, aome large ripe apples valid
Fiom Mrs. Hugh Morrison, some specimens c
Applet ai d Prat,
til ni Jehu 1'. C. Alexander, tome Bush Squnsne
one nirusuiint: iU inchts in cncumli r i.ee, 4 incite
thick and Wttgpjng 4 pounds nnd 13 ol.. anoilu
measuring V.'T inohtl in circuiulcrcnce, 4 inch
thick, ntlwrigliing 2 pounds 10 oz These tqutisiii
w ere perlfUt and sound in every respect, and ol tl
OT We have belore us the Catalogue of the Wei
Iiedluid AiauYiny, located at West Bcdlon
Coshocton Co., Ohio. Our old friend II. f. M'Cart
is principal ol the Institution, and "Proleseor ol tl
Latin and Creek Languages, Mathematics, &c "
Tho Academy is in u nourishing condition, bavin
in attendance at the session just closed 197 pupil
' IO"We heard a report yesterday of the death i
Judge DiTIUNBTi of Woodstield. We were awai
thai he waa in delicate health, but hope this rumi
my prove uutiut
pm. A large and destructive firs occur
red in 8t. Louit on Tuetdty, the 17th Intt.
It it tpoken of ta the largest fire that hat
occurred thre tlnce the great cunfiagntlon o(
1849. The Iota it about $75,000. The fire
is supposed to have been the work of un incendiary.
Mr. Chase's Remarks.
On receiving the nomi nation for Governor,
at the Republican Convention of the 13th
Mr Pres dent ami Gentlemen or the
Convention: I know full well thai it is bo
came of no special merit or worth of mine
that you have honored me with the i otnina
tion which hat been announced to mc by
your committee, and it it this knowledge
which exceedingly enhanced my tmise Oftbl
honor conferred, and of the respons'bilities
which it imposes . Ohio lint many citizens
belter fitted fur the position in which you
would place me, and better qualified to bear
aloft the tfndnrd of Freedom during the ap
proaching political contest. Conceding,
however, at I do belter judgments, I yield
to io one in eincere devotion to the great
principles which you have th't day promul
gated. On maty public question, not i.ow directly
in issue, I huvc hail occasion heretofore to ex-1
press my opinions in varioua forma. Those
opinions remain of record and unchanged.
Od the great issue now before the people,
my opinions are expressed in the platform you
have this day adapted.
The independence and sovereignty of the
State, in her legislation and judiciary, must
be aueeited ond maintained.
The spread of Slavery, under all circtim- :
stances, and at all times, must be in flexible
Slavery in the Territories must bo prohibi
ted by law.
On this point there is the most pressing1
need of union and resolution. Kansas mUltl
he save d from Slavery by the voters of the
It was my fortune lo bear some humble
part in the memorable struggle which issued '
in the repel of the Misiouri prohibition.
Upon that occation, though among the most
determined opponent of the Compromise of
1850, I was ready to 6tund shoulder to shoul
der with the supporters of those Compromises
now juttly incensed by thtt violation of pligh
ted fuith, fur the redress of the last and great
In this spirit I am prepared to act to day.'
Side by side with all men who are willing'
to unite with me for the defence of Freedom,
I am ready to contend to the last for th;
rescue of the Territores from Slavery.
I would not do injustice to the slave 1
States. All rights guarantied to them by the
Constitution should be fully ar.d cheerfully
conceded. Whatever can be constitutionally
done by the nation National Legislature to
promote their progress and improvement,
should be unhesitatingly and ungrudgingly
We should insist only that, outside of slave
Slates, we shull not be responsible for the
maintenance of slavery; and that the just and
cm llitutionil influence of the General Gov
ernment shall be exerted on the side oi Lib
erty, Tin' question ol Slavery in the Stites mny
then be solely l fl lo the Slates themselves.
Tin- Humanity) the Justice, the Wi duin of
the people will, I trust, so dispose ol ii, thui
in l he not fur distant tuture a day will conn
when I lie Sun, in all his course over our
broad lnnd, Irom the Atlantic to the Pacific
wave, shall not behold n slave.
07"On the night of Wednesday the IHh;
inst., five persons escaped from the jail at I
Zanesville, four men and one woman The I
Times says they effected their escape simply j
by using "an old cuse knile and u small billot
of poplar wood."
j Floguid to Death. On the eleventh of
, J u ly n private soldier, by the name o1 Louis
j Loup, fi r the crime of being intoxicated, a'.
Fort Mc Henry, was tied up.gagged and flog
ged until he died from the effects of the
wounds. The Sergeant.under whose direction
the punishment wit inflicted, bus been comit
ted to jail to await au examination into the
Mr. Chase's Remarks. MARRIAGES.
I On the 15th ult., by Stephen N. Wiggins
Esq., Mr. Altxander Candcn and Miss.
Un tho 18th Intt., at his residence in
Pease township, in this County, John Clark,
aged 89 years.
BRIDGEPORT PRICE CURRENT.
For the week ending July 25th, 1855.
Has declined feme. SYlling from wagon at
retail, 9,50 a 10,00 as p llrand.
Corn meal. From 85 to -JO els retail $1,00
heat. (living, lor good white $2,00.
Corn--We quute this week 75
OiTs We note sales from wogon at 40a 15-
Dried Fruit Nothing doing.
I uvaviHW DUVW), j iu iu eeareti.
Kjce, in good demand prices continue to advance.
Soles of Ibis week al 71 by Ihe Ul Looking up.
Coeiee Sales from Hi to 12 as per quality
HacOn looks downwards a little. We quote sales
latter end of the week al 8 for shoulders and sides
with rib in; 8i for clear; 10 l-2lor hams
Bt cKETs and Tubs Large tubs selling for $8,00
V doz; small 7,0(1.
Buckets dor. $2,37.
Candles and Soac dipped f lb 13c, mould 1 4c.
8 soap 51.
Mackerel No, 3 medium, in hall hbls at
No. 3 large 01,50. No. 3 small 7,00.
v Lake Fish --Herring in half hbls, 5.0(1, while fist
' aui.inilllnerMilhiilllibla5.no! 5 50
Fugar and Molasses are firm at the following quo
tation. Suoar has been reltirg at 7n7i, by the hhd, am
B 71a7 by the SM, With an Upward tendency.
r Molasses Sales made from 3fi to 37 as for limi
9 or cash, the outbids figurcB mosily luling tillier to.
tt time or cash.
Hay Weeliiied selling on Friday and Saturday a
I i io $1 t.ot) per ton
,1 Six twist tobacco advnnced to 14 cts. per lb.
Sait. Nn 1 etrn. A2.25
IRON AND NAILS.
Common liar M cts, tor rlltMiUrgni .) cts lor Wliee
1 1 ling, Nuils lor 10d$4 00, for8&,9d, 4,25
I Our lumber di alers arc geding on large stocks. -.
We quote prices al 10 to 15,00 lor best common. Fc
second best 14,001 lor clear 30 per louO leel
)l White Lead- 2.J7 pr Keg.
Linseed oil scarce 1,10.
Potatoes, New 1,25
r Window Glass x 10 i ft, 10 x 12 3.50, 13 x 1
ST. CLAIRSVILLE July 25.
Eggs, 10. Butter, 15. Flour, 10,60. Hamt,
I2J. Shoulders "J. Sides, 7- Corn Metl,
76. Sugar, 78. Coffee, 14. Molattes
37(340 OatB, 3740. Clover Seed 5,00.
Titnol iv scarce 3,35(3,60. Dried Apples
1,00. Naila 8a9d 4,87. Buckets 36 Salt
per barrel 2,56 Lard 0c. Potatoes 01,75.
Dried Peaches 3,76.
Tiir cmci LATioN of Tiir hionx iii iuntly PBtftprnfd
iho grpatt'ei i.rdinniion ol DlVllM rroviilf nc 'i ly
ihlt btttlng flIIMt tht OMrl, it driven 10 nil
pnrts of ill" M'-i' in. Kivi'ig vjni titiH ntn rii(lh to iht
Oompllottwl macliint ry ot num. Thi livina flooil,
whi-iliur ilwp of wnke, Nllti! Muttl? thromtli
I he urn-rii - niuj ntlirm Hliy ihr .m.'li Ihr- vc rtf
How nw eMiry ihii it ihoald in ki.pt tn e Irom nil
impuritf. tod yet how nftfflttoni many ire retpve
(i 1114 tliif Krt fit hsi n i il to the ( njy nif nt ul pttffeol
h nhli. Dtfinmimfil in tin- ta4for nnd Nrrv ! i
g iicrnlly the (inninry oeusei unti JnundieCe Indl
i neniion, mitl nil tin Im ruling frcliiifj.H aiif iMlinjj
1 I p Htn, nrhleh mikei liic n bttrden. r wilt froffi
lit. biuoMv would rapidly follow ittfeide, it then
was no euro. No line woiilit nilftT long, il he is nhle
toobttln !iionit ui ItooflendSi pelvbrattd Uvrtnen
Bi tttn. preptred u- Dr. 0. M. JeektMi Phllidel
pliin; they ra cly f nil in vfll-ciilig a purnmnenl cum.
&vv aiivei list nM nl.
ANOTHER INSTANCE OP THE LOST FACUL
TIES OP THE HUMAN SYSTEM RESTO-
KKO UY Tllh KOKlv-i l KrilEI)lt.S.
mr jotiian r. vonDiT) a letpemawe eitix'n 01
Orange, N. J , sends ns the lollowinir Ccrtiheate ol
the euro of Mrs Coudit ol I'ulscy, hy the use of the
Forest VVi.ne and rlMJi
Orange, N J , Feb. 14tb, 1B&4,
Dr.O, W. lit ijev. Deaf BlriMj( win had a
stroke ol Talsey, so severe that her whole system
was complclely paralysed. Bbe continued to grow
weaker tor nearly two years, lOOlnf all use and sen
sihilitv ol her hody and limbs. We almost despaired
Of her recovery. At this time sho began to lake
your Medicines. Their good efl'ccls were soon ex
perienced. &t)o began gradually to improve iu
health, and in a lew rnon hs recovered entirely. -
The extraordinary effects of your Wine and I'ills in
Curing my Wife Ot t complaint which we never ex
pected her to gel the better of, induces nic as a (liny
we owe to yourself und the public to senJ you this
certificate! Jotius P. Coftnrr.
I am acquainted With Mr. Jothau 1. (Jondit, und
l.iiuw th" nllAVa In lie true
H. P. Hr.p.nMAx. E"n.
The case of Mrs. Condit is a slrilung coincidence
of the power ol the Forest Remedies, in restoring
the lost energies of the animal economy. They ex
ert a peculiar inlluence on the nervous system and
blood, penetrate the minutest vessels that verge to
the skin, equalizing the circulation nnd resuscita
ting the vitality ol every part of the body. In all
Nervous Disorders, Debility, Allectionsol the Kid
neys, Dyspepsia, Low t-pints, Constitutional Weak-
nett, and various other complaints, thesi; remedies
have proved emlnentlie tueeeetfu.
CLOSING OUT PllICESI
STONE & THOMAS
. oiii i ii Bcc Hive Store,
174 Main Street Wheeling, Va.j
, fcfegeM WILL comiiioncc llipir annual;
iCBJKmnKV bui" ll,t' r losing ,oui pa'es Itiis day
IJSHT. p nf r tJ'ly and conn nue the same
laflaaHntttlE ''"y- -luring wtiictt time we will
f " TgaV,A fir l M" fi pnu-i thai it will I e
j3WSB3Bi?!i- tl" interest "t pure Ij.-i-i rs to uive us
a call. Our stock consists of every variety ol dress
A (!ood Fancy Silk for 3TJ cts per yard
50U yds. Wuul Ue Laincs, some as low
5C0 yd. Ilarpces A Silk TibPnes tor 15 "
Fine ("halli De Lame at BS cti worth 50 M
rtiirp'i! Oe Laincat 1CJ worth 25 "
Lawn Fast colors 8 yds for 75 M
5U0 ydc. Swiss Mllflfll nome as low at 17J '
Fiyured 8wImS a lew I'aiems at ha'f their value, Aj
larjie Stock ol OinihArtlttMitl6 as low as 8 cts (.er yd,
F.nilrni(U'rie-ol almost every style, A ft:vv more left ol
llinse very cheap UutntlSfitll, L'mlersleaves iS: Collars, .
Klmwls Orape, silK, 'I'hil et, ami Fancy colord Summer
Bllawlli at almost your own price, Mantillas Appli
cation worked, Bmiiroidnred Fancy and Ulack, A lare
Stuck on lianil, Curtain t,fu(nis. the laryenl variety in the
City ami at l h prices
HOatOf) 2i i) not fomo prrtly yood at GJ cts a p ir,
and at a word oiiri-niirc Ktock of RUluiilOl goinUoi avary
style and kind, we wi'i
(XOSK AT ALMOST ANY PRM.'R,
t mjtke rOOill for our fill Tradit. Now is the time to
buy lor a ItUlu Uioney will fcat a uu . muny Oooda if
b ouglillu the
GOLDEN BRB HIVE STuUE. !
July 26th lfAS.
Dr. RwCERT'S Celebrated
Which s!aud unriva'ed 1 y any Medicine known for
thenircof Lifer Complaints, and other In-t-.- nri
siii from a
AIUM)II NT ATE OF THE LITEJt
A since.dopo )r levra Si k Head ache, Gidines or
t?w mining in the HMd, UinineriH o I Siiiht. Dtowki
ness, I'ains in the Cheat or Hack, BICknOM of
the Sloinauli, LOM of Appetite, Nervous lie
bilily ,aud Derangement of the Uow els.
They are prepared from the prescription of aThysr ian.
who used them roceWifu Hy in hi" prartico lor luiratt:
and their effect ha Immh cnud in many thoufandit uf
a---. The y are therefore offered with the greatertt
conridence, anil will he- ton ml lo suenuthen the f tomuch
and Digestive Oryans, act as a Mild I'urgativu, and
BEST FAMILY MEDICINE KNOWN.
Trice 25 cts. per flox.
A. O. MARTIN oVCo.
Agents for fit. C'iairsville, O.
July 2lh 1855.
ADMI N ISTR ATO R'S NOTICE.
NOTICE is herehy given that al the Proliatc Court
for Itelmout county the underfilled u ore appoin
ted & qiuliiti'd an Adninlflt ralors of the estate of Win.
McLenalum, late of Helmont comity, deceased.
All those indebted to said estate are roquUltMl to make
immediate payment; and Iboafl having claims against
said estate, are notified to present thuin for settlement
within uue yeur Irom this dale.
jfKTIIlMt HOG EIIS,
WEATWOOU CtfKTKK, Adminis.
July Ulh 3t.
NOTIOB is hereby given that at the I'rohate Court for
Helmotit County, the nndeiMcued was appointed
and qualified an .Administrator OithC estate ol David
BollTrtltWOrtbt dee'd. late of flelmont County.
A II lUOM nidehird io said entute, are reiucsted to make
Immediate payment; and lliote havin claims against
Saul estate ate n on tied to present them lor settlement
within one year from thudate.
A Bit AH AM PACKER, Administrator.
July SOth IPjj 3t.
NOTICE is hereby given that at tlie Pro
bAU) OOUrt for Belmort County, the iindersij;neil
wasappointed' and qualilicd as Adin. of the J'-i.-ti
of Bamuel llarlow lateol Uoss County, Deceased. Ap
pointed June 1855.
All tho-o indebted to said estate are requested to inak
immediate payment; and those having claims agains'
aid Estate, are notified to present them for settlemen
within one year from thu dat.
IACDOUD.VA, Admiuist ralor.
July MUhltHI j.
" ROAD NOTICE.
THERE will be a Petition presented tt
the Cummisf toners of Belmont t ounty at th
1 September seaaion loathe location ol a County Koad,)com
oiencing at tho forks ol Flat run on the lauds of the heir
ol David Boggs, dee'd., thence up the East branch o
said run through the lands of Abraham and Win. Lash
1 Andrew Wity.Thoma Ilibhard dee'd., William Parkx
K)iha Pickering and Jacob Malin, to Intersect th
Bridgeport and llarribvilte I'ank Koad at the deep fal
near the corner of Joseph Blah's Lot, said road not t
cxeeed a trade ot five degrees, and aUo to vacate ttieob
. roail ht-iweeu Jacob and John Marin.
I July 20, 1055. pd.
! PROBATE COURT!
t State of Ohio. Edmont County,
NOTICE is hereby given that the follow
lug named Executory Administrator-ami Guai
il-an bve fllmi tlwsir accounts and vouchws iu my Ol
fi . lor eitlemei.t u wit:
irabella Neiawanger Guardian,nf Win. S. Neiswangp
Thus. Culberieon, Ex. of JuMBll Cui'mtson dee'd
Tims. Thumpsoii, Ex of Joint Thompson dee'd.
Joaeph Caldwell, Guardian uf ftusau bpil iman,
John Gallagher, Adiu'r. of HoIhjiI Gallagher dee'd.
I Robert Maj(r Adiu'r l Thomas Major dee'd.
John !' Lucas, Adm'r of Thomas Lucasde'd
Wm. Wilson, Guardian of Johnson ac Asa AJcMillar
Tha first four above named accounts, will he Iu
hearing and aettleinontou thu2Ulh, and t'te lour last o
. tba Slat days of August uext.
4 UAV1D IIARKIfl,
Ji,lv VUiL lc r, I'robatc Judge
The Mt Pleaaant Branch of the State Bank
of Ohio, at Mount Pleaoant.
Wilnon Maddox, W W. Jones, and Benj.
I 3 Y virtue of an alias vinditioni exponss
f to me III t ltd from the Court of Common Please
of Richland County Ohio, 1 will offer for Sale at
Public Auction on
Monday tfie 20th day of Augutt 1855,
Ketwreu the hours of 0oCMp$I A . M . and 4 o'tlot k P.
M. of paid day at the front door ot the Court House in
Hi.ciairv Ill0 hi said county, all n-f right title and
interest of W W. Jvne tit and4o tha follow tog deacri
bed land and lennnenis aituaiti I bus and ' . ii in the
County of Belmont and Htatnof OIih, bounded and dn
serilwrl as follow lo wit: Being a ten of frac.ional
section No1, and apart of srtion No D of Towimhtp
No 3, and Itanre No Z . i ' lor the same at a poi
(ilauted thirty (30; tee t north wen from th middle of
the Plank Koal lucateit Irom Mt. Pleasant to Martimt
vilic, and on the line between ihetvid of Daniel Zanc
and Ehi-iipser Marim. ihoucc north 0 a west in pOtfl
' to a post, thence -uuUi b'j - west M) poli to a post, on
: Urn line between ittttOll -t0 and 30 thenre south H poltl
to a post (danled thirty fi.et from the center of satd
1 Plank Road, thence w:itb and tn4lU on said Road
I South Atif teat 4 poles thence ronth : ii -t 0 pole, i
thence South ItA'arSSt 0 pole, thence outh lceait.
5 M loo tOlaa,thanee south 13 3eafl 5 and e ioo polna, I
' thence itoul h 5. east I and fl loo.theii'e nnrth
' aael 5 and MS ion pote, Ibatiee north 5I4 9 n i pole,
theme north U5 s east 5 and vr, ion poles, thence north
; y t wrstU poles, thence north 13Q westfi polc-. thence
north 36 east (I poles, thenre north 4Gseat Oand Jij too
pole, thence north ?4C eat ti iolei. east 5 and r2 toa ,
' poles, thence south i'. . - east 0 poles, thence south 81 j -est
5 and "0 ioo (Kites, thence north 36 east 6 pole
j thence north r. ; - east II and PA ion poles, thence nr-rth'
e1 11 and r4 ion pules, th-nce north 71aaj
5 polos, ihenet north 0"i call poles, thence north
61i s ait 2 and ioo (Miles, to toe pfare of OSf iinng.
contain i nj 17 acre and 0V pocs, said ane reserves the
coal and the rieht ul .Miuiuv under said pieuusea
j Appraiped at the sum of $!;.
f herilpHOfltce.JuIy lWh, 1R55.
JOHN C. MCIIOLB, Bheriflul B. CO.
John Ddilej, Et al.
8) Y virtue of un order ofSlli to mc direc
.9 led front tha Court of Common Pleas of Belmont
County Ohio, I will otlrr for tale on
i)n Monday the 90M day of Augutt 1855,
betwaan the hours nf 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock
P, M, Of said day at the front door of the t.'ourt House
In bt. Clairsvillc in said county, the following describe !
laud and tenement-, situa e lying and Items in the
COUtity of Itafmoitt and StatS Of Ohio and bounded and
described as follows to wit: Lot No Hi in the town o
JaCObsburg, in said county, on the following condition
to wit. One third ol tilt purchase money hi hand on
day of cate, one third iu one year, and one third in two
year with interest Irom the day of ale on the deferred
payments. Appraised at &0 dolars,
borlfPa Ollice, Si OlalrsVlllS, July 10ih Ie55.
JOHN 0. NICHOLS, Sheriff.
llager &. Benlz,
Tliomas D. Lnwe.
BY virtue of two write of venditioni Ex
ponaa loin, direclpd from Ihe Court ul Common
ritm or Uelmoiit County OI, i t(M oircr lor Bale at
Public Auction on
Monday the 'IQth. day 6f August, 1855.
bettreenthe hour or m o'clock a. m. aa4 4 o'clock
V M. of i.iil day nt tlie front rlodr of the Court Heatt in
8t. Clairsvilto iniiiaid county, tlte folowttif Lanrlstt
tettPttiRntfl ciluatc lying and boine iu tlie county of
Helmotit anr! Btttt or Ohio, wnd Itounderl and de.cr'ibed
an follows to wit: I.ol No. 1GM in the town of llarnes
ville, in Haul county, and appraised at lot sum of $?uu, ;
Sheriff's Office, St. Ctairsville,
JOHN C. NICHOLS, Sheriff
July 19 ltvV. J3,
J. B Grove
Ann E. Pool.
BY virtue of au order of Sale to me direc
1 ted from the Court nf Common Plea ol Belmont
County, Ohio, 1 wilt oiler lor Hale at 1'uMic Auction on
Monday, the. 207 day of AigUt A. D.
IMS, hatwee the hours of 10 o'clock, a, M, and 4 o
clock I'.M.of said day at the (rout door of the Court
House in St OalrsvlTla, Dblinont county, Ohio, the 10l
lowlna di reri til Un.l- tn4ktM to wit: Situat.t Iv-
lag ana bSlns IN the County of Belmont and Slate of
Ohio, and hounded and described' as follow?: Lota
No. one, four, and twenty night, in the town of the
Great Western in said counlv.
Sheriff's Office, Bt.ClairsTllle, July loth IPSA,
JOHN C. NICHOLS, Slicrift". I
ffikARNESVILLB CLASSICAL '
For young ladies and gentlemen.
Till'. Tall session of the adove named Institution
will c oniuience on
MONDAY August Oth, 1855,
and Continue for a period of all weeks.
It ic desirable that Student! bs present at the hegin
pins ot the season Terms moderate, Tuition fees in
advance, boarding Can te ohtaiued in towu at from
8.5 io ft8fi0nar week.
MAVENPQ&T & THOMPSON.
July Ittn, 3t aid.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE No
lice is herehy given that at the I'rohalc Court for
Beliuout County, the uuIifi-'ned yua apuoiuted and
qualilled as Administrator ot Joseph Conner Ucc'd.
laieol Helmotit county
All lhoe imlehted io xaid est at p, arerequested to make
immediate payment, and those jiaving claims against
said estate are notified to present them lor settlement
within one year Irom this date.
KOUERT W. JAM EH
July 12. 1H.VV 3w, Administrator.
is herehy given that at the Prohale Court
for Belinoi t County, the undersiiined waa apimiuted
and quahtied as Administrator of the estate of Francis
tiiiepherd dee'd. late of llelinnnl County.
All u." - i' indebted to said estate, are requested to make
immediate payment ; and thmie having claims against
i said estate, are notified to present them lor Beliiimeul
within one year from this date.
ROBERT W. f JMBI
July 191b, 1835. sy Administrator.
i 4 T my instance an attnohment wns this
j f day issued teore Alex. McMillan, a Justice of
the PeaCO, ol Richland Township, against the property
i and eifeeii Of J. N. Ilotien-ac k. a mm resident debtor,
for the tm in Of eighteen dollar (818) wit'i interest theic-
'on from Pebruary 1st. Ifj3.
; JnlySHh.'ji. B. R. COWEN
PRUIT1 FRJJITll FRUITlll
WK have now, and . will continue to
keep on harnls, a full supply uf Fruit Jars, all
n7.es and styles, with curkJ lo suit.
A. 0, MARTIN A Co.
TO WN LOT H
l THE undersigned has heen appointed Agent for the
' sale of Lots, collection of rents, and the transaction of
all business belonging to Bellaire City Company.
To Bjiscberlca and etberS desitous ufbttllding, moder
ate prices and liberal lermsoT payment will he given.
l'ersmis contemplating the cstahlishmeiit of iniiiu
factories uf any kind in their neighborhood, will find il
an ol'Ject to examine the llcltairc City helore lorating
j e.-tew here. The rich and papulous coutry iu the rear
will furnish the demand for manulai tured articles, and
the iiiexhausulile suppl uf ettaSJlluoui caal
- in the City lands reserved for manufacturing
will he the guaranty ol economical production.
p Notes and bonds of the Central Ohio Railiuad Co..
i received iu part or whole paymcu for lots.
C. K.ROBINS, Agent
l Residence and Office in the house formerly occupied
hy Rot. IL o'NeiL F.aq.,
Uullaire City, Belmont County O. July 2nd, 3m
K N O W LEDGE" IS
NOW ready (or distribution, a Copper
Plate engraved Map of Belmont County, engraved
liy Mr. H. Anderson and nnished in the hect style, is an
indispeusi. le directory, just wh t the people Bftbu
. C'ouniy want. towing tlie original and i rcsenl Town
whip li'iien, Hectioii hues, No. of Acren, No, ol and run
r gas Ol ilia original Tps , Towns, Mills, (Streams, Rai
RoaiP.riank Rtiads, principal Highways, ate. u.c.
For aalo hy the aiihscriher iWnQ will visit Ihe pennlt
n( tin-C'liiuty lliistipriuiE And r'ummei) ami al the Au
df tor's Ollice. D.TRUEMAN.
Oounly papers p ease coj y 4 months and charge thi
1 i Oils sold at
.:,:! H. ALEXANDER'S Drug fit ere
f IHK "bndmlffnSd Administrator of the
I K'taSf f Dean Raokln Deceased, will onr ai
I r lite Sai.son the premieea on
un kvimi the ih any ofAiiffnti
A. D, MpSj lietwern the lionrs or Hi eViock A. M. an
4 -vio-h , M. . In the town of J ACfBHRTTRO, Belmnn
County Ohio, a r)OOf hW Kf.l.iM. IIOlKR to '.r u
as the property of said Deceased, to pay the dehts o
TERMrtniade known on darof Sale.
F. M SrtlVLY, Administrator of
Itean Rankin, Deceased.
June BP, IPS5. 1 .
STATE OF OHIO, BELMONT Countj
COURT OF COMMON I'll r '
Parvln Wright Administrator of Moves D. Cove, Flam
UrT, vt. Hiram nove Defendant.
PE1 n ION. Attachment. The Defendant a non resi
dentof the Htate of Ohio, will taka notice that on Hk
24th of Jan. r5tl eahove PlalntifT fllsd a petition in th;
Clerks office of the Court of Common Pleas of Mid
County, sufd out a writ of attachment thereon attach
ing certain real and personal i. of the Defendant
for the payment f th sum OfM flue from the defendaui
lONOsas H. Ouve iii his life time and since his Sotaaoi
on Sertaln note, arrounts, and contracts eitstioff
twern Defendant and derrased, and that said defendant
will he required lo answer said nttition on or helore
Hept. 1 I .5, or judgment wil I rendered against him
upon defaultat the nrxt term ofmd Court in Hept. If.Vi
M. PENNINGTON, Ally. for eaiutifl
June. 9ft, r,w
(STATE OF OHIO BELMONT County,
iD ( OI'RT OF COMMON PLEAS.
PETITION'. Ehsa Jane rtieenrod and Ann Karnes a
married woman, who sues by her next friend Geo.
Thomas Thompson, JarnMi Thompson. William Thomp
son, Hally M. Loikwood and John Thompson Lock
The Delendants, A.illy M. Lockwood and John
Thompson Loikwo ,d who rislitt in the Htate of Virgi
nia, will lake notice that the I'lainttrTson the 1st ol June
l.Vi, filed their petition in the Clerks offiee of; the curt
of Common Pleas of the roonty aforesaid. agamt
them ami the oilier named Deiendauls the Onleet and
prayer of the petition is to recover Ihe sum of SfO.oisj,
auamsi Thomas and James Thompson money taken hy
them belonging to the I'lamlHIs, and al, to recover
acamsi TltomM Thompson the farther sam of 9430. ba
longing lo the Plaintnf and which he refuses to pav
iaid monies aredue the plaintiffs hy ths last will at'id
tcitament of John TbomPBOO, late of llelmont County
data Seed, and which will is mads a part of the petition
ami the naid Hally M. I.otkwnnd and John Thompson
Lockwood out legatees named in said will and as such
are interested in the subject mater ot this suit, that tney
will he compelled 10 answer this petition on or before
the 1st day of September IS53, and the s aid petition will
he for hearing at the next term of said nun iiiHeptemtor
IBM, JAMBA WBIR, MILLER PCNNlNGTON,
Ally's for Painli!l's. Gw.
JWlLL offer at Public Sale, on the premi
Monday. AttffVft Ot li9 1933
between the boors of in o'clock a. m. and 2 ociock.
P. M. the farm onwhich the late Kdnun d Htanton lived,
in Ooaban Township SolBtm t Coont) , sui jct to right
of dower; (which can be also obtained o as to give a
clear title) containing 140 acres.
There is on said promises, coon orchard, it is
well timbered, And about a mile from the C. O. R. Road.
Resold in consequence ol an error in the proceedings
0:1 previous sale.
SENJ. HOYLE Administrator dc bonis non.
June Both, i33 Cw.
roR Tit. ci R. or
Both Externally and Internally.
GREATEST PAIN CURING REMEDY
Pain cannot long exist where this is faithfully
OirGivc it One Fair Trial..jfl
And il you do not find it io lie .11 it is ftCOmttded. go
lisck to the Alt nt and en
DOUBL1THB AMOUN1 OF MONEY REFL'xnED!
Thit eflei It made, knowing Ibtf wliat this Medicine
has done in thousands ol cases, it will do again.
IN THE STOMACH, BACK AND BJWELS, BURNS,
ERCISES. CCTS AND SWELLINGS, COLIC,
DIARRIIOL'A AND RHEUMATISM, HEAD
ACHE, toothache, and earache
It Cures almost Instantaneously,
DVSrnPSIA, WEAK BREAST, LIVER COMPLAINT,
GENERAL DEBILITY, FEVER AND AGUE,
CANKER: OR, SORE MOUTH, PUTRID
SORE THROAT, WEAK EVES,
SI'INE AND KIDNEY DISEASE,
OLD SORES, COUGHS
In theal-ovc namrd Diseases, iionly needs lo be faith
Qjnlly used, and
A Cure is Certain!!
Important to Aoents. Atrents will find it greatly
10 their interest, and ate .1 full liherty on first intrn
ducinii Dr. BAKER'S PAIN PANslCBst. to T
hack the money freely If those who purchase it are not
luly Mlltntdttoe may use it iu their ow ti raJtltut. or
cive a few boitltt lo their friends, that Ihey may lest
ItOBrLAT MKIIITts over all other medicines: and
w hen oil c introduced they will find thai Ihey can aell
larL't nuanltlies ol it. Al Auenls wrilelhal when once
introduced, their aales ate large Faiuilie. will keco
11 in their houses, and will not lie without it,
tm .-.! I.. U nAKEU, H.S.
Price 25, GO and $1,00 per bottle.
For .-aii. by
J. Wt Collins, . St. rtairsvillc,
II. .Murphy, Ilemlryhburg.
T. M Swan Mo rislown
llaine Ac Hatcher. Lloydsvitle,
llarry Glass IlridL'epoit.
J. .-. Anderson, Bellaire.
I.P. OranfsL Jacuhslur.
A. JMatson. Ceiitrttviltc.
A. Armsironff, ArmHirsug's Mill.
il. il Mott Barnesvllle,
Wanield tkL'rosien do.
v, T. Dorsay. Dorsoy's Mill.
Dorsev at Co. Caption.
J. II. Martin. Pewellsville.
Bchuo'ey it. Mcfirew. Martinsville.
Wm. Hive, Nicholsvllle.
M. 1. .Mile At bon, t-onierton
June SIste 8W
J. W. Collin's,
WHOLES ALB & RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, MEDICINKS & DYE
stHPUTATINO, DISIS0TINS and POCKET. IN
TROHISTI, OUS SPRING & THUMB LANCETS
and llie inusl imtirovcd
Pal'n FORI ICS, SCARIFII.'ATORS, TOOTH
I'll.KH. CAW FILLERS. EXCAVATORS KoSi
JIRII.I.S, MOClll UL.SSES OOLO ANDBll.VCR 1011..
TEETH of every variety. tIM MObstB & PIVOT
t'CSI'IT, BIClIfPIT tr. INOISSOB,
Al.so. Oold Silver el French I.e.f, Yellow Creen -Red
llrunze. Togvlher Willi a full assortment of
Ulass ware if- Window Cl'ass
and inch other art jjes as are usually found in awe!
lttTnittit4 drug ttow
The proprii tor I eine connnedto the lemllmala Ilrui
hu.iness for aeveral Years iasl, and having made toil
Ins constant study. Halter, himself lhat he can cerlainlj
do a much l etter iarl hy his Customer. A- Un peoplt
generally in the w.iv ol selecting and furnishing Ihen
with 1 I I.I. Hilt C-M and filling Prescription, mon
correctly thai those who devote tho greater pari of ihei
nine and atlenlion'lo ihe ttisu slam a kiluki
tr&pk. Hiadrugsare warranted pure or no sals, anr
the price, ahall compare wilh E.slem prices, ( Wheelini
prires not taken into consideration; when i lie sami
amount of drugs are purchased. Call A Examine in)
luck and price, all older. Piouiplly filled.
June. Mill, IBM.
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASF
any article, usually kepi at Drug Store, will ge
their money hack by calling al
aorTtl.l H, ALEXANDER'S Drug Store.
WE are now in receipt of our Sprinj
Comprising f 1 the fewest and most desirable style
from the eastern Cities.to w hicliwe invite Ihe allenlio
ul those in waul.
THOMPSON It PATTERSON,
H7 Mam eireel-ahove Monroe.
I Q BARRELS N. O. MOLASSES
lO Just reel and for sal. hy J. THOMPSON.
1 Q U O R 8 French HronJy, Per
J Wine, and Holland Gin, (ol Medicinal purpoaei
uns. warranted pure, for .ale hy
May, 3rd,IB55. A.C. MARTINA Co
I7URNISHING GOODS. A complet
1 .ssortiiient, embracing av.ry arliela n.ce.Mry t
; U11I1UUS LIRE.
I ST. CLAIRSVILLE & WHEELING,
' T ' L L letve Ht. CtAtSSftiU every
morning, fHunrlay. eirepmd.) at 7 o'elock
Ramming, leav.s vTMeMte al 31 o'clork, P. M until'
LI VERY STABLE.
AT my .table in Ht. Clairivill., I am prepared to fur
ni.h, at all tima., horse, for h.rne.s or .addle, Imggies
or h.eka. wilh or wilhom a driver. Riding parties ar
i ouiuindated on short notire. T.rm. reason. Mi eta
Idea In the east end ol town.
St. Clairavifle, Anril.9th. V,J Ir.
BOOT & SHOE MANUFCTOURY,
RESPECTFULLY tnnouncet tint h- hut
opened a BOOT dt HIIOF. Manuf.clory in Ihe
room recenty meiipied by Mr .
WP find . when is hi. intentionttB
; to keep coniinuslly on hand and
l make to order alt kinds or
! W BOOTH miois
of the h. .t materia'. He ha. the first guaity of French
i and Phiadeiphia Call Skins. He employs no.e bnt the '
best ol w orkmen, who.e work I. warranled lo wear :
He . urn in Ihe habit of boasting, hut he does not
j hesitate tossy that his work will compare favorably
with any other establishment. .
He Milieits . share or patronage, and hopes to give en.
lire saiisf.cuon lo .11 who m.y favor bun with their
' c Horn.
I AMES V TES it now running the Fac-
j i loryatKinsey'a Mill, five milea west ol Bridge
1 port, by Steam Pow er, and is prepared during all sea
I aonaofthe year, to manufacture with nealnes. and dis- i
patch, the following articlea, viz: Cas.imereaA.8ati ,
nells, Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels. and Slocking' I
of all color., and in quality not surpassed by an'
j e.t.bllahnient, low for cash, or the following arlW ft
! trade, Wool. Rags. Beeawai. Tallow, and country ft ,.
i Carding and Spinning, Fuling and Dressing done for
country ru.iomeia to order on reasonable lerul.
1 Dtt.H, ISM
SCHOOL TRACERS. One full
1 I sett of Cutter'a Anatomical plates, comprising 10 '
i dlTerent maps, will be sold very low. Every teacher
: .iiould posses a sell. a. they are very necessary in teach
nig anatomy and Physiology. For sale by
A. C MAR I IN & Co
HARDWARE. Sash Fasteners fc Shut
ter lliiies. 'Lull ck Porters patent) Hand ais, I
Hatchets. Hammers, Black's Auger's the best in llie I
world. Fr .ale by
: A. C. MARTIN fc Co.
FOR THE HAIR.
USE Wright's Genuine Kathairon, for
pnaarvtnf aa4 rastorhw tbt hassaa hir. Tkia
i vaiuaMe preparation prevents Ha'dnes eml laliinjotT l
liic hatr.irivfs utrenth and vifor to the roots, produces (
a brilliant growth, rentiers it soft and fJdSSJN removes
Dantfraff, iSSpS it Irom turning grey. &.c. Price i&c.
' ',er bottle. For Bale by
April 10, 'iJ A.C. MARTIN VCO.
HARVESTING IMPLEMENTS, tsuch as!
Cradles, Grain and Oraaa scythes. Scylh stones dt )
: It 11-.-, Sicklet, Raket, 'I, 3 ;. J 4 prung '
Just received and for sale by
JOHN M. TODD,
House, Sign and Ornamental,
m - L m am 'w - u
OVER CABOTHf.RS' STOP.E,
SI. Clairsville, O.
Ceiling and Wall painting in Oil, Oil Grain
ing, Paper Hanging, SfC.,
DOMt IK IUK MOST AFrBKOVKU blur
I Jun i iv, Gin
D.vid 9. Ad xs Receiver, Plaintiff, Court of Coin
va. mon pleas. Bet-
Johji Hancg, Defendant. ) inont County,
ATTACHMENT. The defendant John
Haii-c is hereby notified that the said plaintiff has
filed his petition in the above case in said,Courl, against
OHM : tiliTOI . . o t sairt I - I . i . ii i - -f- t.j ol.
lain a jtidk'tneiit against the said defendant, Tor aeveral
aumsol iiioucy due the said plaliilirTas receiver iu the
j Case of Meredith Spencer & Co vs Benjaman Mackall.
to wit, S-bu with interest Iioin April 4. 1848. SH.'i
with Isttrttt from Nov. 2e IHH, sib. Willi interest
from Oct. '.'(. jr-3!i and 5 I'M., with interest from .March
2o, It40 all evidenced by certain obligations in writing,
copies of which are hied with said petition, jfnd that
you are required to answer said petition on nr before
the ilh, day of July le&, or Ihe.allegalions ol said pe
tition will he taken as true a'ud judgment rendered
accordingly. CLIFFORD AlllOK, tiy lor plaiutifl.
June 14, IBU Gw
; GENUINE PREPARATIONS.
lllnibom'a Highly Coiiceiitiuted
Compound Extract Fluid Buchu,
For Diseases of the Bladder and Kidnep, Ob
structions of the Urine, Chronic Gonorr
hoea, Strictures, Gleets, Weaknesses,
and all Diseases of the Sexual
Wiiellier in Iflalc or Female,
' from whatever cause they may have originated and no I
matter of how long standing.
II you have contracted the terrible disease which. I
when cucc eatetl hi the system, will surely go down J
- fromone generation to another, undermining the con-1
atituiion and sapping the very vita fluids of life, do
not trust yourself in the handsof Quacks, who start up
every dy in a city like this, and till the papers with
glaring falsehoods too welt calculated to deceive the
young and those not acquainted With their tricks.
You can mil be too careful in the selection of a remedy
in iheui' cases.
f The I'luii fixTrucT Brciir has lueen pronounced by
eminent pay ti clans the Greaticst Remedy ever
Known, it Is a medicine perfectly pleasant in itslasie
and very innocent iu ils action, and yet so thorough
j thai it annihilates every particle cf the rank and poison
j oils virtue ol this dreailful disease; and, unlike other
remedies, it does not dry upthe disease iu blood.
( brouuht on by self-abuse, a most terrible duease, which
i has hrouahl ibeusands of the humai: race to untimely
J 1 graves, thus blading the briliant hopes of parents, and
blighting in the bud the glorious ambition of many a no
bloyouth, can be cured by UUfl Infalllblt Hemedy. And
as a nsdlclaa arblCh must benefit everybody, Irom the
i Bimply delicate to the confined and despairing invalid,
' no equal is io be lound, acting both at a Cure aud Pre
llclmbol-Ts lliglily Coiicciitratiftl
Compound Fluid Extract
S A It S A P A R I L L A ,
For run fying the Itlood, removing ail diseases, arising
I frohi lUccss of Mercury, exposure and iinprmlencs
in lile. chronic roiiiiituuuiial disease, arising
, from an unpuresiale oftlie Itlood, ani ths
I only reliable 4t effectual known remedy
lor the Cure ofiicioluia, Sail Uheuin,
I ticad Head, I'cerations of tha
, Throat and Lega. Pains and
t Sweliugs of the tlones,
r Tetter, Pimples on
the Fare, and all Scaly Eiuplions orihe Skin.
I T.i 1 1 article is now prescribed by some of tbs most
distiiiKuishfd Physicians iu the country, and has proved
: J more efficient in practice than any preparation of ar
' saparilla yet orTered to the public. Several caaes nf noc
ondary Syphilis, Mercurial ami Scrofulous diseases
have entirely recovered in the incurehle Hards of our
Public Institutions which had for many years ro.-i-teri
) every mode ol treatment that could he devised. These
. cases furnish striking examples of the salutary eifects
nf this medicine in arresting some ot the most inveterate
diseases, alter the (lauds were destroyed aud the bones
NOTICE. Letters from responsible Physicians and
Professors of several Medieal Colleges, and ceiiifkates
of cures from palients wilt be found accompanying both
Prices, Fluid Extract of Buchu, SI p"' bottle, or 6
Prices, Fluid Extractor Sariaparilla, $! per bottle, or
, B bottles for $5, equal in strength lo one gallon Syrup
Prepared and sold by II. T. HEI.MBOLD, Chemist,9o3
Chestnut 5t.,uear theGirarU House, Philadelphia.
To be had of A.C. MARTIN, A CO.
Sole Agents for St. Clairsville, Ohio.
1, Wm B. BELL Millwood, O,
Bole Acent for Quernsey ('ounty
AND OF DRUGGISTS it DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
3AU Letters directed to the Proprietor or
1 Agent receive immediate attention. JS)
May 9.4, 1855.
WORM SUOAR DROPS. Bardotte
Worm Sugar Drops, the best Vermifuge for de
o slroying and expe.mg worms now in uae, for jsals i by
rflsW O. BJUI
Permtnentljr located it
- dsvlllr, RHinoiil CO. O.
A fl I' t n ri is tin imhlr. tan.raflly,
' t'isi h. i. prspar.H to .icstit. all kln0f IH'.N
TAI, WORK al uanal latea, particular car will ha tad. n
t.i PlMiJIVl NATHRAI. TBei'H, and noon, will
1 N rtftlrttf to laka anjr work without ttMM .nlir.l.
ThoM ha.lns clcrayfrl tstlh woiilt parhapa ta wall ta
f iv. Mm a call.
l.orrlariUe, Mar In. IMS. -ly.
Cheap Furnishing Waro Roodih,
Xo. i .i. main Nireci.
Where may be fcnini a large tramrtment of
Furniture, Chair., T.ookina;-tlatct,
On tlie mott accommodating terms.
H'hs.lnit, Va , or. I0--Iy.
i Boot?, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Leather .V Nhoemakera' finding.
r I HB undersigned offers for Sale, to the
JL tHkUM of St. C'lairsTile anil ricinlty In the room
formerly ocn, pied by II. M. B. Claylanr). a fevJ rloore
cast of Marietta Street, and nearly nciiosite tha Poat Of
fice, an entirely new and well selected stuck of
BgoIi, Shoes, Halt, Caps, leather, and Shot-
maker's findings .
'inr "lock has been carefully selected t.y an experienced
hand, and we will werrant all our articles to tm oftlia
bestqiialitv.and we offer thern at roasoi.a.fe prieen.
AllMinds orcouiitry produce, and sood clean rageta
ken in exchange, at the higbcsi market pricea.
j. M. H' nr. i;ii
Apni as, iass.
BOOT AND SHOE
Ladie.s and Gentlemen Attention!
r"HK Subscriber has received his stock of
JL Lad las. Mlsssj and Gentlemen Bhoea. rSt
Boots t'id Gaiters, and nlto Hoys, youths aud afSr
fhildren's i- , anJ all articles ip crs-' to 9
the eomTort and eleancee of his customer!. B
Having also seenred the services uf au St' ws9b
perienced and skillful cotter and fitter , he ia ready in
manufacture ail articles in the Hoot and bljoe line at
the shortest notice.
Constantly on baud a lar.'t assorVment of work man
ufactured m his own shop, by the neatest and he-t oT
workmen and out of superior mat' rial, lie challenge
a comparison of his work with that of the beat eelab
lishments in the f. ountry.
AM articles of hie own manufacture, and Baltiuora
nd Philadelphia city made work, warranted.
Leather :iucl rinding
always on hands, for aate.
ALSO A genera assortment of
on hand ar.d for sale, wliof.sales.le and retail.
To fit) siciins and Others.
Pure French Brandies. Port Wine. OM Jamaica Rum,
Old Bye Whiskey, lor salefor Medici dc i'liarniaculica!
Those having accounts with the IttttcrltSr are re.
quested to call and srn:- tha same, hy nr,i or otherwise,
with himself, as he has no authorized affml.
RICII.51IU D. KYAN. 2
St. Clairsville, Kay 24, less.
Nearly opposite ihe Suspension
The Central dc Pleasant Location
Together with rlose personal at lent ion (five j,;m r,M1
fldence of pleasing bis palrona, as the best materiale are
used and pictures warranted to please. We would call
attention particular!;' of those wauling Miniatures, of
children, as this is the most favorable Mason.
( only require. a second ur two on a bright tiw nearniont
CARPETING, OIL CLOTH, ho. A
splendid assortment of Turkey Carpeting and
Mattiue Carpetine and Stair Carpeu Oil Clothsof all
kinds, at all prices. A splendid aasorlment of Rura
chraper than Ihey can lie had this aide of Philadelphia,
for sale at 1. HEYiMN'S.
jjp. 12, '5S.
' J 'UK Largest and most varied assorlmeut
J of Hat. ever ottered to the puhfic is at
Ap. 12, '55. KKIXTdcXAGLE'S. -
COD LIVER OIL. A frebh tupply of
Ru.hion, Clark dc Co's. eelehraled t'. I Oil. jnsl
received hy A. C. M4KTIN k CO
HARDEN 1 BRANNUI
I'orwardi nj 6t Commitaion Merrhautt.
HAVE on hand, and are receiving
21 Ton of Pitlaliurigh Iron all sizes, heal sJttUlJ
10 " Wheeling "
MM Bhls. prime N. o Molasses, Oak Bhla.
5U llhds. N O. r?uskr, prikc.
7S Baes prune RioColfee.
10 Kens a Tw'isi Tobacco.
Ill Boxeaof Russets and Rnhlntone Oat or lump
10 m M various Brands.
5d Boxea Teas, assorted.
25 Boxes Pearl Starch.
1(0 Bids I'ish, Mackerel.
511 Ke.- White Lead.
50 Pr, snv ri sell Iron Ala, all Matt,
100 Hlils. While Lime,
And other articles u.ually kept in Wholesale r,r sal
ies. we respectfully recjuoal ocr lnenda to give in &
DOORS & Vt ILL PiTL "
THOMPSON & PATTERSON,
119 MAIN STREET,
Books., Stutionnry Wall Papei
AND VARIETY GOODS.
Ajenta forll the f.opular
Formerly kept hy I9A.C II. PATTERSON cV CC.
plil 19. Ifi55.
8HH DS N. O. SUGAR. JUST Rf
c. ivd and for aala J. THOMPSON.
! April U, "55
; THRESH SHAD, direct from Ssltimori .
J O. 1 PITT8BUR0 SALT intiet bb:
1 A Just received and fur .ale at tha lowest price, al
VARNISHES -Coach and Cepal .Variiitb
of tha beat quality lor seia hy
A. O. MARTIN SiT y
BRUSHES. Paint, Varnish, Sash, Gnu
in. Shoe, llorae, White Waah, Scrub, Cloih, Hat.
Nail, Hair, and Tooth Brushes all eiies, quailuiea ar.d
pricea. For Hale hy "
A.C. MARTIN & Co
WINDOW GLASS & PUTTY. In
larjeor aiuall quaiilities to suit CMloincrs for
A. C. MARTIN & Co.
Oil SBLS. MACKEREL. JUST RBC'D
lJ and for sale hy tjf. '5 ) J TlluMrsoN