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St. CldretiUo, Olio, iUrch 1.
Time Table of C. O. R.
FOR STATIONS IN BELMONT COUNTY.
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FOR STATIONS IN BELMONT COUNTY. C. & P. RAIL ROAD.
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JST Notu:eto Subscribers. All of our
subscribers who fintl (heir paper marked thut
H oh the nwrgin, after their names, will
vnderUtnd that their subscriptions art about
nut, mnd that they art requested to renew.
" All pipers art stopped when tht subscrip
The On, Rwiotf of Biucont Cocntt.
-Abottt thirty fira yeara ago a aalt well
vfodtflled on the farm of Josiah Dillon, on
Captioa Creek, and at the dept,h of about
S00 Teat an opening was struck whioh burst
ad out and flowed a quantity of oil, estima
ted by old settlers at a great number of
barrels. On one or two occasions it oaught
Urd on the water and burned for twenty-four
hours at a time. The well was abandoned,
.it is said, in oonsequenoe of the proprietors
not Doing able to tube out the oil and gas
the foroe of the pressure being so strong
that the tubing introduced was immediately
Oil has been collected at different points
along the Creek for more than forty years.
Oq the farm now owned by Dr. Armstrong,
John Brown collected and bottUd oil and
used it for medioal purposes, more than
thirty years ago.
In 1861 awellwasunk to the depth of
200 feet on the farm of Woi. Armstrong,
Vith a fine ahow ol oil in it.
In 1865 a oompany aunk a well about one
hundred yard4 from tho former, on the land
of Dr. Armstrong, and at a depth of 200
feet struofc a vein of oil and gas from whioh
was dipped about ten gallon per day with
the sand Dump, until several barrels had
beon Cilleotod. The oompany not having
any pump, did not test it, but continued
boring until, at a djpth of 360 feet, they
struck a sott rock whioh mixed up into
mud, and, in pumping it out, tha upper
orevice was stopped thereby. When their
pump arrived they could not succeed in
opening it again. From thw first erevice a
atream of gas fl iwed with the oil, which
would constantly support a larjie flame at
the top of the conductor until it was stopped
ty the mud.' It is the opinion or all oil
men Who aio acquainted with Un faots, that,
bad ihis Brit vein been tested with tho
piiu when ttrat struck, it would have yield
ed Ion to fifteen barrels per day.
The oompany continued boring, and, at
the depth of 320 feet, struck anothor vein
tofoil, an ialsi another at 420 feet. This
as teited with the pump and yielded about
ttne barrel of oil per day. The lower veins
did not. however, present one half the show
Ihat the first one did at the depth of 22U
ftet After testing the well, the. company,
in consequence of the death of two of their
wambers, eeased further operation; and
Chi. is the extent of the development as yet.
The Cnp'U Petroleum Company own
the leasehold ea one thousand acres of land,
royally onveight, embracing the tarmi of
Pr. Armstrong and Wm. Armstrong on
whioh are the two well already partly sunk
i-and the farmsof 34.. Hendewhot and 0. A
SloorwV. adjoining tho old aalt well.
w Those lands are stocked at a capital of
.$150,000. Shares $50 each. Seventy five
thousand dollars worth of the ahares are set
part for working oapital, of whioh a sufli
"" .lent number are to be sold-'-flsy $8,000
lo raise funds for operating and.developing
the territory ; the remaining will continue in
tha treasury until oil is struck in paying
quantities, when they can immediately be
old at a premium and the proceeds divided
among the atookholder.
It the Company get one twenty barrel
irolU that itself will pay about one per oent.
per month on the entire capital stock. There
ts room on the lands ef the oompany for
more than one thousand wells,' and of course
U successful in procuring good wells the
hares will become immensely valuable.
The Company proposes to open books for
subscription to ita capital, atook in a few
weekv. The notice may be found in our
Mr. 11. C. Wbldat baa brought Mrs.
MoLuKhlin' proporty, on Main Btroet, op
poaiw Frint St NmIo' Now, If the Bank
JpiraotoTt will buy it tod ereot bank buiU
Ing tbera,' they c have a building fit to da
basineMin. We doabt whether the house
the have bonghtean em be fitted npao as to
' tbake ' ood banking house.- - We do not
koow that Mr. Welday will aell, but it
aHrikeiix there ia the place for tbe Bank.
Wl direot tho attention of our readers to
the advertiaement of Mr. Hutohioa' Family
Grooery, at Bridgeport. : Persons needing
Iftrtiolee i bis line will doubtless do well
give him ftU. The advertisement speaka
i for Use If. " '
f . 1 ..
- Mi. Jos. H. Wbst. of the firm of West
l & MiioWl, Druggists at Bridgeport, and
m of Hoa). Henry West ef St. Clairsville,
' was married en Thursday last to Miw Laura
Atkinson, jdeugbter of Mr. D. B. Atkinson,
ef Bridgeport.; . ...
f.AR6w.Quit a formidable row was
i. kicked ap lit the " Farmers' Hotel," in the
West end of town last tight, Id Wbloo seV
r ru persons were Mgaged and pwtol snota
, . . , ...tat. badl hart,
'f JL..1 I -
'GUI. 6AITARrCoilDITl6l. WtetH tUt
sttaniiot. of our town uthoritia and our
oitiloni senerslly to the niUr condition
of oar town. It it kb41uiely curtain ihtl
our oountry will be viniieil bjr the Amtiq
Cholera tnt eeminc 8ommr. It ha already
eroded tba Atlantieand it raging In th. Wet
India, and other iland in lha Carribbcaa
Soa. and a aoon 11 th wenihor get warm-
r it will oomintnce Us drcidful march north'
In the present emlition of our town, tht
Cholera would run. ri t In it ; but if wn act
promptly and thoroughly wo may avoid it
altocHthar. Every streot and alloy and
yard and cellar in the tolTn should be thor-
oughly cleansed and purified. This work
should be goneral. The Council ought (if
they have not already) to appoint a good
Sanitary Committee, who should see to
cleaning up the streets and alleys, tmd in-
spent every oeller and yard in the town, and
enf iroe cleanliness.
This should bs done at onai. There is no
time to lose. If we put it off until we hear
the Cholera is in Wheoling or Bridgeport,
and then ommencu cleaninii away the dirt,
it will only make matters worse; and some
fine morning wo will sea the grim monster
marohing np our streets and laughing at our j
felly. ; - ' ' .
' Count did not organise on . Tuesday.
Judge Kennon came heme from Woods
field quite slok, and is still confined to his
room. There are some fears that he is
dangerously siok.- -
The town was full of parties who came to
. -f J i:.!
attend uourt as jurors, witnesaea, auu liti
gants. They and the Bar were restless ;
but of course no business could be done.
In the forenoon a telegram was sent to
Judge Evans, who is holding Court atZanes-
1, ' . , - , .1 . L .. I J . n .).. I
vine, in mo oopo m.i no wim.u uv.i.o uu-u
anil nna the (Intirt. and then some mem-
ber of the Bar, by the consent of litigants,
could occupy the bench ; but Judge Evans
oould not oome. Judge Mcllvaiue was then
telegraphed at New Philadelphia, . but t
this writing we have heard of no reply
having been received.
If the Court is net opened to-morrow, we
believe it must go over.
Since writing the above, a despatch has
been received from J. II. Collins, E-q., at
Zanesville, announcing that Judge Evans
will be here to-night.
Dam Riob. the circus c debritv, will hardly
be considered a radically prejudiced observer
of Southern feeling, and his account of the
quality Ot loyalty exhltiltinK Itselt at the
.. . . . .a . I
South, miv have weight Wltn inanv wno
wmiUnnr accent other reports. He has
. , ' . , " . , . . , . 1
just returned from a tour through the South-
n ... . I ' ! I A: .
am .irnioa rn 11 m niRnirfrm mill mriiiin. I
anl the ivie uispaton repeals a conven
tion htfld with him upon tlw sulject. He
states that "except at (Jovernment iostitn
tinn. as soldiers' barracks or officers head-
. I T ."V . ! .
ouarter. the United States flag was rarely
seen. No steamer below t ho mouth of the
Ohio flies the flag, no hotel in the Southern
riiiipa aureads it to the hrerse. anil no men
agerie or circus even, whioh usually dis
plays the flurof all nations, raises it. The
menagerie with whioh ho was connoted
was made an exception at his own request.
Wr senerallv dintrust rumors of change in
tha (lahinet. and eive little heed to them.'
But we hear now. from a source entitled to
nrndit that chanite is imiending: that Mr.
Stanton has written his resknotion, and
Mr. Harlan will Mlow his example Wheth
er, these resignations will be accepted, wo,
nf enurAn. Ho not know, but Ihat they have
been offored. or are about to be, we have
good reason for believing IN. X. lnbunf.
Tf nv bodv savs that the President did
n'tcelebrate Washington's Birthday witla
IN. Y. Tribune.
Thrfr vnunt? ludiuH wer froin to doath
in the suow Btoriuot (he 13th mst. in jiin
HGITf? vir.RRlTT. it rhurday.Feh.Pth,'lty Rev.
W.ft. ViLicAiit ai the re dnr.eof 1 1 br de' miUher,
Mr By roil M. Honue and Miaa Tanuoit L. Merrill,
both of Belmont couwy. ,
Or. Tobias' Venellau Horse Lin
Pint llottlea alone nailer, for the cure of lameneae,
rai h.. wind ualla. aitraiua. liruiiea.fnlitaA, cuta, colic,
dipping; atiHe. over tieniintf. enre Uiroat. nnil in the foal,
Mn. Ii ia warranied clieaner ami bruer than any oifccr
mcle ever olfereil toilie public. Tliou.anua of aiiimala
have been cured ol me colic ana over neeiing "j inia
Linimenij and hunilreil. that were eripplid and lame
have len rualored to iheir lonner vieor. Ilia u-ed by
all tha nr.t heramen itiroiighoui the riatr.. Order, are
eoii.iaiilly received fruin Hie Karma Stable, of Eng
land lor fr. ih aunnlira of thi. invaluable article. Over
3I.54M1 le.limouial. have been received. Remember. SI
lM nu, iti lima mav .live tlie life of VOUr llOW.
Office 58 Cortlandi .treel, Now Vork. Sold by all
STORMING tbe STRONGHOLDS
of prejudica and niaappreheiuion, aud carrying all
.HnM ii. mareb of aueeeaa. lake laoaeof lha Union,
iu colon are the eynonirea every eye, iu victoiiea leave
aotiain. Il luriw ihuu.andt of head., and charm, 111
umaerahle hearu. CunuiiniiiK na caunia .elemi-nl, 11
...... iirM the hnir er bliainili tha akin. Manu
l.clur.-rt hv, J, CHIMTAIKK(, No , Antor Hiuim,
New Vnra. BOIU uy uruggiaia. Appivw i .i
Allcock'a Poreua Plantei u.
A DruKKin aM Ihe oilier duy.you hnve no need lo
a.lweriiu vour 1'iiroua I'la.tera. lor every one aold eer-
..miv naui.ea a duzn to lie anlil. and a dozuu aella a
: ...i.n Vn.i uiil nni lie aliln lo aunnlv the
demand ioon. iiut wacau ,Uily a Uiou.aud yardaa
Arratmui car thi tniia emio.
U.nlnnl iVilll . Nov. Hill. IMI
u ...... Tuna ALLcncA at Co. Pleaw aeud. wilh
di.natch. twelve dozen Allcoek'e I'orou. Pia.ier,. Our
doilv experience eoutirm.ilicir very.uperioreioeiienea
' . i.l.... . ...... In mt. wlm.
very auou by lha app ication of a plaer to hia apiue.
ii . kj. Mr.tul.1 eliearfuilv nav SJ'for a,illla
PlaMer if thay oould not ba bad at a lower tula. I am
urpriaed that eurireouedo not toake uaa of Uieu oer
i iA iKaavr.lu.ini, of a I atiiara. aa Uieir
Bejibilny and adheaitreneaa are greatly iu advance of
all other pla.ler. with which 1 aia acquainted j while
lha perforation, peculiar to inera renuereu mem arcau?
uperiurto all otUara for ordinary aornical uea. Knew
inf lha PlaMer a to be ao ueeful. 1 have no ecruple, Ibat
.y aeuumauu ahould b. kimwn. jmsQ
Principal A.ency. Braudreih Home, New York.
Sold by all dealer, in Medicine,. dcad-lm
Knowledge Often Saves Life.
Every livinf bainf kaa In hi, yrtera iHraamn.
Wueathaaaara .illiiultiair natural liraiu, our health
ia food; but whan the y ara in exceaa, painty cold,,
rheumatiam. gout, debility, aoMiveaiaaa, diarrhea, dya
antery. aryaipalaa, 4toM tc., etniot u. What we have
to do lo raoover our health i, to take out from the bowel,
and tha circulation tha atocM of iatpuritiea. Thi. dona,
i... Ita fnllowa of naee.Mlv. BB.aDaaTU1, PlLLB ara
lha only medicine that can da thi, with entire aafety to
II aae orgaita of lha body. Ilcaaaaua or tiioltia Noa
are now living whd h.ve adopted Batiniarru', Pill
a, Uiatroidy remedy for periodaol froia thirty lo fifty
yeara, and whaee averaae health ia excellent. Taey
a.v.alway, oared. Ib.inalr.j vhan aialu by luiug
,k.a innuceiit and Infallible filla.' . : '
Principal outre, u.wi...a J( y "-
goM by il, U. VVKST k CO.,
' . ..... - a , . BL CtaiiiTiUs.
. . - . .i j . vj ... i .. tr-k
, And ay all rasraciahla
SPECIAL NOTICES. New Advertisements.
VMR afOCKMOI.nCIM of the Oaatl.a rVtrrdetilw
awtianv ere hereby natift-d IrV meal at ARM
wmoNfi'it MILL"-, rleumml Comity, Ohio. lo elect
elrven Hire, mrs nf said Company, n fA'.T'HI. T,
""V, Zt ZVr
proxy, ) are emnied t on ewe for eaoh )? oi
MOCK Htm 1. II. rtn.nrinw.F,!
ft. A UINKV. I rnmoralore
M IIKNIIKR-IIOT f Corporator..
W. M ARUTRO.U,J
March I, IHW.-4W
I Wil l, Of rf'.R rfjrt HAl.R AT IM.'M.ln AfC
'I'll IV il.. i,r..iu,A. m MATHILDA Y. MARCH
" ". . .
Twenty-are Hulldln Lots
adjoining the lown of Bernesville. Ohio
Persona wishing lo examine said Ion can call en the
TKR.M9 OF AIR: Onelhird in hand, one-third In
one year, mil one third in two years Irom dnjr nl alr.
Ilthrrril intmma lo hear lnlriol from lr of al
I'ouMmioa given at aoom lenw of tale are coraplird
I ha lo 4i0 nm nl land In l Launtv, lowa,
for ulrorexchauire fur other pronrrljr.
in a I itw ini"vi i
HE17 WHOLESALE & RETAIL
In Bridgeport, Ohio.' ;
"Wm. S. Hmtohins, f
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
oPPo.Ua (he nnonponMina: M of ahv iunkim,
rTIO THR CtTIJtoNS OP BEL. MONT AND AD-
X JOlNIINtJ UOUI Iri".
1 hav onpntd a tor lor me nurnoteoi iun
nivintr r a if Lien wtm ifrncrriei ni m
price that ill eaiKfy the moM eron-jKf-
nmical purchaeer both in a wholb
111. anil BATAtl. WAV I '
-f hia wilTeriabla .very one to .apply iKern.elve. with
aiticlfi. in aALt and quaniiiii-e, at wholwaii
patka. and al Hie name puce, preoitriy, mat retail
groren have to pav for articles which they retail. !
To enumerate the henvy article now on hand:
Green Jeva Cotfe". Oreen Rio do. (all qualitiei), RoTHt-
ad do (all qoaline), uroimn no. on pncanite or
bulk). KXiroClllo All (rrnnre I urecu 1(1
Black IV and Japan Teai. I-oitf Suirar,
Cruahrri do.. (Iranulated do.. Pulveri- .
aed do . "A'' Coffee do.. " B" Coffed . . .
do., "C Kl " do.. "C Co Ilea
do.. Kt'irli'h Inland do.,
Pono Rico do, Cuba ' - '
do. OnldenAyrnp, - , .
N. O and Sor
, ' lawrt. Ric, : '
Pearl Kerlry, Koda ....
Coneentrnted l., -9oan.
Canned Fruita, e. Aa.
in fact. everyihiuK in th" Grocery line. A!o. Carhon
Oil wholesale and rctAil. In connection with the
above, I keep for ihe nceommolation oi my curtain a
rood xortnv-m oi tne uet r.nfrimn ucenawere r mro.
Stone anil U a were, anil which win ue homi
Whc-hiK oricee; elao a (oud uomnent of Noiioua.
Cnnitiea. naxew. e.
lii Toliaiian I Wli, I.AI, Of U IU nl I ine
ni;CR. wiiiuy ANYTHING ihati. aaleable i and
nav Cnh or ,Merchanln.for lha amei aiM. i. wir-a it
"i'.'-l !irPV".r,K Li'AJ
i 1 1 f. Illlilll'iP-l l,IAIvnci riu.n ifir nl , r.n,
eims. poultry, pork, dhiko applks, applk
uiii.ri.'n diiodill'kl p. Ullllltf Jl. A. . anil .n
'"J . . i, . -nv. i . . .... ....
nnw in unci nf nil lhiR liroduol.
1 have leaMU lor a term ol llirce yenre me roum
nnw occupy, and hnpe lo form niuuy acquaiutuncee
durina the time. ...
With mmiv ihnnka for pant naixonaire, 1 can nut in
vite you to cnll and tee u. ' niurl-ly
WASTED. Five hundred pound Dried Apple
and 1000 head of Cahl-nn, at
wsi r. hutching
Whotceale and Rctnil f.aucery liore. Bridgeport
Dr. W. H. Dunham;'
ST. CLAIRSV1LLE, OHIO.
"IAN UK FOUND at the office nf Dr. Hcwetson, or
J at the reiudciive ol ln inuther.
In Nt. lMeaHant, JetTernou Co.,
Ohio, HIa lat, SM6.
5000 Gifts, worth $5,000, will
V,rt T5r.nc.onf orl fn riob-otTTAlrlorQ
uoximouu -- aawauui m
XUEUE WILL BE K0 BLAKS.
S.OOO Tlclteta to ho Hold at $1 each.
1 Oift in Greenback,.- ')WI Ofl
1 Aiiiericau Lever (lil Watch vail 00
I Swim '
I u. Ladie." Oold waicii" . i m
I II " (iu ,JV
1 " Lepiue " " M "
I Kiirliah Lever, full jewellrd , 00 (W
o..r... r I I u I i.u.ll.l.... 4a IMI
S Silver I'aleiit Levew. lull jewelled, 35- 173 INI
tfniMqiml Silver Lepinea. ail- 40 00
141 1, to loc. ve,i viiauia, niiiK.. wnaiui. u
Sell., (a aolil , "
tn Clock., Silver Waie, Pen, e- J"?'
Al.o a var elv ol Rlu.ical lloxe,. unver riaieu n are.
Uold. Silver and Steel Spectacle.. Teleacopca. I.ailie,'
Work Unxea, rerluiaery and ioiici Arucitsa, nuiiuua.
Fancy Good,. e., tc ....
The good, are all of Ihe be.l quality and Ju,l a, rep-r-unied,
aud cau he aeeu at any lira before Mia diatri-
"on .. . t
Wiihing a chanire m uu,ine. we nave cum inia
method lo diKae of our goods aniiimhoquiokeuway
and can be done with lea. .aenbee, al the aame time
allowing ua a reaxinahie profit lor expeiiHa, Ac.
The manlier in which it w gotten up i. fuir for every
one, a. cau plainly be aeen. Kach ticket hat it. dupli
cate number, which ia retained by ue until the time of
drawing, when they are all placetl In a Wheel auu
thoroughly mixed. Some person (aeleeled by ticket
hoidera pre.rut) draw, llieae duplicate number, aiugly;
Ihe 6rat on drawn out seta Ihe large prize, the next
one drawn out the next lurgeM priia, and ill like man
lier until all are drawn
Kvery lirkel i. reentered neiore neing aem out ine
number, na. e of pnrty purchawng. and addreaa; aim
li will be notified ol the le.ull of drawing.
TICKETS l KAUII, im M.r.ir,.i run iu.-r
Benl bj mail on receipt of price and .tamp
r.. il nAnnin m r-j...-.
RtraaiKca Any citizen af Ml. Pleaaaul. marl-'im
Itch! Itch! Itch!
for aala by
HISATON'BCELEBRATED ITCH OINTMENT
J. H. WEST 4 CO
y-, T. GRADY whoie pluce of reaidenee i, un-Pj-
kunwu will lake nonce Ihat J. M. Sullivan.
Wm. O. Uurnani aud is K. uowen.oi ueimom uouuiy,
Ohio, tiled their petition in die Court ol Common flea.
wllhlll and lor aulU uoiliny ami mule, nuauini nnu. saiu
K. T. Grady, defendmri, aetiiuir forth thnt they are the
owner, of a eertaiu claim at-aiml him for Ihe purclia.e
money of Lot 8 of Hloc-k 17 of llellaire City, of .aid
Couniy umouutiii( lo the anm of 7U Id at Ihe lime
of filiiiif of .aid iielilinn; llial uniil peiitinn Qled praya
a juilirmeiit airuiuat mm, emu ri i. urany. lor tne auin
of '-''il Id, wiili iuiereat from lima of filiutf of anme;
alio for ail order of attachment niraiioi him. .aid Grady.
ana order ol aala lor anm i.otvoi nioca trot aam
Urllaire City. i. 11. BUL1.IVAN, at al. ruila.
j. . fmTH. any. M i
March I, lMW..w ' 1 " ' 1
THIS IS TO .NOTIFY Ihe pun ie tnat ana D. Da
triilaoii. wno r pr.nnted himanif a, the ag"jU nf
NiceriM, L. Vanaevern'a, far -the att'e of Paieni Bor
ff'ium Kvaportor, dnl obtain from m. on lite lOlh day
of January, 1900. two rotaa of fiaud oue aalling for
three hundred dollara, lha other calling for one hun
dred and fifteen dollara. Said nolea were fraudulent Iv
ebta ned I hereby notify lha public not to put haae
or negotiate saiu note.
1L.L.1 AIU u. n A.,lll. 1 AJ.H
March I, IBM. -Swa , , . t
; JExeculor'B Notice.
NOTICE I. herelry given that al Un Probate Court for
.Belmont County, Ohio, lha undersigned was ap
pwnted and qualified a. Exeeater of lha dale
of Iaac Jarretl. dee'd. lale of .aid County.
All thoaa indebted lo .aid tale are reuue.ted to make
Immediate navmeiiu and Ihoaa havlua claim, aaaiaal
Mid estate are notified to present thera fot aeulemeul
within sue year irom tail uaie. r
' JOHN McKISSON, Ex'r.
February S3, 18M.
Captlna Petroleum Company.
NOTICE IX HEREBY GIVEN thai book, will be
opened lo lecetre subscription, lo lha Capital
Slock of lha CAPTINA PETROLEUM COMPAiMY,
on tha vd day ot niarcu, it., u
BT. CLAIRSVILLE. I ' '
POWHATTAN POINT, J Belmont Couniy.
, ARMSTRONG'S MILLS,! , j, , '
- IfliAIXMYILLK, Monroe Couniy, 1 , J L 1
T. 11 ARMHTRO.NO, )
6. a MUONKY, looraorawta,
1 w. . AgHSTKONO, i . . .h
T. A "'. jIm J ."i t . ' '
SPECIAL NOTICES. New Advertisements. Real Estate for Sale.
A Valuable Farm for Sale,
fl'HKHfim.milF.R OFFF.na AT PRIV ATR AJ.IS
1 the eerin loimerly owned by Wm Caeii, inuated
mcniiMa inwiiiiip nnineroeu iren
iitK frma Lodiville lo Lawia WitlA '
mik Irinn each ntneei fonioiuine
One Humlred and Liglily Acre beautiful lanif
land. .... ' .
There are on the prmi a lare io etrr Itriclc
flnuae, wuh a ana.ainry Frame Hium, attached, tinted
Inriwolamillri a l-rama RarMKram- Hlalile. ami all
Ihe nece.tary niieimlitinfft a tilendnl HpriMf. with
Purina IIoiim, alo a nrvrr lailinf Minnly of lr in
Ilia tlabte ) erd Ihe Fariaiaabundaii It enpali-d with
Frarl and Wakfi. 1
h,a. Aetr. at 1 aii'! I.. Po.mr-lt Caualy aiM 109
Ari-Ain lientnn t.'oii'tl) , lma.
For nuruculart, call on I- ub.cririer, al lxw dvill.
RIA-IW . nn. aAllMIIIIIVAIl.
AdmlnistratoT's Sale of Real
Irs Pt llHUAMCK of an order f 'aneei, hf lha Prv
bile C ,n af Hrlmam niy, Obia, I erill affer foe
fur aaln. at panlie auclian. oa '
Saturday,. March IO, 1S66,
to o'clock a. M.itnm 4lia premia. lha falkxvinv
r-'ei e-ia a. nua'e n thf Conniy of II-Im nt
nd eie pf O k tor w I : lyin in Praee Towaip.
ei.iil Conity :.l,eiiia pa l of -iiion 34. Tn. V. Rente
V; e ntnii-ig fj n.,. rro'c or le.. eiorpl a tract of
annul 1 1 acn nlf th- Nol i en i Ihereol, w'nch in Ia0:l
wat enc neii in on- a ft. and u -d ai a Dnefllr flpld
and which we told hy l"e u .dcrnirned May IS IHI-'I.
toHmnuel Oktenlii e. The tract re'iiaioi:ti. coulaininir
laacrea more or'Je.a. iiml tietna tea aam tract now
occupied bv Ihe uuderti'Cd Hnid piemi.e will he
old ira ol dowe . I e. m tnnne K mwn nu day or aala
Mary a.nn taviir. A.im-n
of William V. Taylor, uoe'd.
Februarys, 1S06 8w
A Small Farm .for .Sale.
OFFKR FOR flAf.F. MY FARM, Mtaitihif 4t
x. Acr lymfr on mile noutneati of idOjrdsviiK. and
onenau mne rniutn oi me ureal wefnrn, on in roao
kaHirtfr to lwi' Mill.
i nt improremenu are a (rood coitafr Houae. non
lainniff tgni rootm. wnn a vooo cellar a nrrt
tmie Ppriuif and lorin Houae rood Hmble
Corn Crilts Wayon Hlmd Carriafr Houm-
Hmoka Hoaw. and oihnr outbuildiiiaT iaruffra
for Rinall (rmin a Youn(f Orthnrd ot W Hrtcct Apple
Tiee. with other varietin of Fruit Trret Two Ac ret
planted in Gropes. Said Farm in under a good mate of
cultivation, with good fencing and even acret good
Peruana within a nice Itome, or wan ting to fro Into
the culture of the Grape, will do well I call and ex
amine laid pramtfte.
TKRMSt Allcuh or part cath to suit purrhaer.
feS-ifJ K. G. .MARTIN.
A Small Farm for Sale.
OFFKR AT PRIVA.TKSAI.K A 8MAI.LFARM,
on which I now remde. near Moual Olivet, on Ihe
man leaning from Morrutowit to
It conta na 84 Acrea, an which it a
Sood . Dwelling- House, Blacktmith
hop and Stable, a Ybang Bearing
For further particular!, call on the nhecriher. IMna
on the pfemiaea. C. DAUOHKH TV.
Valuable Missouri Farm
HAVING left tne Count r, offer for tale o.ie of tha
raoKi deifrfble Htock Farm in Northeant Miotiri
The paid farm ia located within ne mile of Honey
Well, a Rni I fcond Station on the HartnilialA St. Joseph
Ruil Road, in the t'oumy of Hhelhy. and enntaiiia 300
arreP i(M( of which ia fin timber- 100 in en I
tivaiiun the balnnce fine prairie land, with an abund
ance of nlock WHteradjoiiiiiiFT a ffood two awry frame
uoum. eontainipir five or aix room, with a wide pat
age run- in if throu(?b the center. An Orchard of 80 or
IHi fine (elected) bearing apple tree a, and ran on other
For further particular, enquire of Mr. Ridwell, of
If application be made within sixty day, a great bar
gniit can be had.
iall-4in RICHARD OriANR.
,1a iKMa AT PRIVATK SAlaK 0 ACRES
oil the Norih nart of niv farm, adiniuina St. Clair-
vjlle.on which 30 acn-e t a ainall hvtii-, amble, tune
quarry, coal and wood Said tract is well upptied with
For tcrma, enquire o! GKORftK tlROWV,
dc-2-i 81. Olairtville, Ohio.
2,880 Acres of Land in
Missouri for Sale.
THK uiidcrtiirned will sell alpriraie srile the above
land, in ."WO aero tntots. Prlt-e I0 per acre.
Payments to suit purchasers. This land is timbered
Also, tyO Acl-es hi Adams County. Iowa, tayinf close
lo the County Sent ttuiiicy. 1'ruirtr land.
I"nr further iuformmimi. call on the subscriber, at St
Clairvillc,0,. noJ-i-ifj TH03. OstUdUNU. .
A Stock Farm for Sals.
I WILL SK.I on reasonable terms my Fnrari lit
Pluhing Township. Belmont Co., Ohio, eoiiiainiiif
Acrea.. lVenrly GOO Illch
motly cleared and in Rniwt. a comfortable Dwelling
and other bin'ldiiifts, a iievr-ntilinif Spriiifrof soft water
nenr ihe hnue, an Orchard, Timber ami stock water.
The Farm muy be divided in uit ptirchaers, if de
sired. As productive as the Ohio River bottoms, under
the sume culture.
1 will aell at S40 per acre.
For further particular, inquire of the subsoriber. on
4he National Koad, i mile West 01" I.oysviHe. Helmout
Oouuty. Ohio. . ocll-0m . JOSKHU MAD.
I HAVE TAKEN OUT LICENSE AS A OOVERN
KR.WIKNT CLAIM AGENT, and am nrepaied
to prorcute claim, againal the Governmenl and eoileot
Bounty, Tension, Back raj,
r ' ' ' i
AND ALL CLASSES OP
Mi litary Cairns, "
rill rtveivrt eat, rial attention.
OFFICE up niair iu tha Court Rome, Hi. Clairtvitlt.
C. W. Carroll,
Late U. 8. Amy of Vol,.
una to :
Gen. Frank Askew,
Col J. Hod. Mitchell,
Caot L. Uanferd,
MaJ. 8. H. Weil.
Capt. 1. O. Theaker,
Ca 4. An'o, U lover,
Oen. O. W. Hoee.
Cap! 8 C. Huicliin.on,
SerKt. G. W Chraneli,
4Japt. Vep. Uorncck,
Gen. Henry Capeharf,
Lieul. R. If. Cochran,
Capt. O. 8. Ilolloway,
Maj. M. W. Juukiiia,
Lieul. M. D. King.
Bergt. J. w. uiara.
NOTICE i, hereby given that tha following named
k'tfNj.iitnr.. Atlmini.iralore and Guardiaua i.ave
tiled ill my office, in Ml. t;iaiville, llielr accounts anu
vouchers for Hettlemeut, to wit:
iiaiuel llulloway, Adm'r ol i.uiaiey m. uoiioway,
dee d. . . L
Jo-eph Thompson, 1'iX r oi ramuei i noinp.uii. uec u
Joseph Thoiuuran, Adm'r of Klii- beth Thampson
Pavid Pogue, Adm r wim win annexea oi jonu
Sieler. dee'd. ...
u..i. u.. Aitnt'rol Hnrvev lLav. acc a.
iVm Al.niiKWir. Adm'r of Charlra W Rhodes. deeM
Christiana Kirk, Guardian of Naihan and Rachel
T. P. Sullivan, Guardian ol Oliver Havener.'
rn llnKn fSiiarrlian ol Knlieri uunn.
John Lippinooti, Guardian of William 1. and Joseph
r.ii... .d narrnll. Ei'rs ol C. C. Carroll, dee'd.
- Asa Garrelaon, Adm'r wilh will annexed ot laaae
Palloa. dee'd ,
.. .i A..I ahnve named will ba for healing and
aeiiiemeut on the Ulh and the last six on th 10 b days' of
Msrebnext. 'i rin.rii,
Feb. 16, IbOO. Proba a Judge,
'' '"Executor'! 'Notice.' ' "j ,
N Of ICE is hereby given thai at Ihe Probata Court
for Belmont Couniy, Ohio, tha undersigned waa
appointed and quail had aa Eaarutor' ot Ilia eel ale of
Aiina McOuire, deaeaaed, late ot said County.
All those indebted lo said estate are resile sted to make
immediate paymeut; uid Uwse having claims against
said estate are notified to present them for settlement
wiihin one year from this date,
within one yea. ASA GARRETSON, Exeeutor.
' February ta, lt-30.
' ; ' Execator't Iftle. '
NOTICE I, hereby given that at lha Probate Court tot
Belmont County, Ohio, lha undersigned asare ap-
peiuted and qualibed a, r.iecator, ot ina eauue oi
1 il Ham C Wilson, dee'd. lata af sasd Ooouty. - '
All those indebted to said aetata anrequeetetHoasake
i ...mum and those having claims against
,id astaid are iiouded sa prseeal Ihaal hit aaHlemauH
ASA OARIftKf SON, CttUrfc
In,llelatifm te Ibe Measurement of Coal,
' and the Duties ef Waighmaster, in the
I Incorporated Village of Martin's Ferry.
arc 1. He II erdained bv tKe Conneil of laa Incor-
parateS Vlllaae ol Manie'a Perry. That be ot enlerinf
lii aiiai,iM tveitnaiaMerakall lake an aal ol
ofhre and aire bond, wiia one or more avieMritie. to (i
appro, by the Counnt, for the payment ot all moniea
Uiat may tome mto hia liavlW by virtu of hi office.
Max. K. Tm Wchrhmaateff ahaU keep a book and 1
Hot therein all moniet he may receive Hy vmue of hit ,
Oliee. ahowiny by whom paid, and fr what eervice.
Hao. 3. Tlw wavichnraater eaell receive at m ttm
wtMiitiawi ifty pnreeiit. ol allmome by himeolleie4.
and bait pay the remainder over tar the Treaatirer oftce
very three moaihi. and take hi receipt t re re 'of ; and
t Hut eipiralivn of hit term ol omee ahall pretaiit kit
feouka to U ConitcH for tnat wttlemeoi.
fan. 4 ft rball be tha duy of th WirhaMater.
When applied to. to mfaure or have meature J. branded
atd daifMl. ail rebrcLe aed lor kaulm coal for aale
with i a tfce limrte of tint incorporated) villa re, sad on
pa) me i it of three Knit per bushel for Ihe amount ueb
vehicle may hold; ahall gram a permit to deliver coaJ
for us mouth from date of nea permit.
Hr. 5 The etaudard boh-t of atono coal for thlt
viilaffl shall contain M-aj cubic inches.
Hm: a. It tba 11 be the duty of any peraoa) delivering
eoa) lor aie within the limit of Ihe incorporated v Haifa
of Mam n I'erry to have the vehicle ued for hauling
the tame, measure, branded, and da.ed, by IM weig i
master once every tlx month, and ft at pron ot
person thall u - or causa to )e used witniu Ihe limn
of said eorpornlioii, any vehicle fb tha purprraeof haul
iniccoal lor stale without flrat having the same maured
and branded a aforesaid, or if any person shall sell
and driver, or eaase to be eold and delivered, withi i
the limits of aaid vilUge. any quantity ol coal by tne
bustie I. and there shall be therein a lea numb -rot buli
el (according to the above standard) than the tame
wae old for. ntd all person delivering coal ahall be
required 'o deliver iheir velwlee level full) according
to lfi brand on tide vehicle, they ftbail forfeit and pay
to Ihe liieori orated village of MarUn's Ferry a fine of
not mms ili an two nor more than leu dollars for every
tKc. 7. The weighmaster for neglecting or refusing
to perform any of the duties of hi oifice, shall he sub
ject to a fine of from one to leu. dollar, as lbs Mayor
may delernine. - -
8 re. 6. This ordinance ehall uke eftVet from and
after iu paaiage.
faacea Februry 3.
ALBERT D. RICK. Mayor.
8. F. Dam, Recorder.
- AN ORDINANCE
In re!atin to and providing for the rrant
ing of License io the Incorporate J Village
ot Martia'i Ferry.
See. 1. Beit ordained by the Council of the Incor
porated Villaice of Maruu Ferry, That tio'p-rott or
persons shall be allowed to sell at auction, vendue or
public outcry either directly or indirectly, any property
or effect, frood. ware, or merchandise, within the
limits of this village, except ariicieiir huabandry. such
as farming utensils, ho it hold and kitchen furniture, at
the reidence of the owner, without first litmu ob
tnined from the Mayor or Recorder of the incorjw rated
vtbatreol Martin's Ferrv. a license ai herenialter pro
vided for. IT any person or pcrou)t,ail e!l or att tfipl
to sell (except a belore stated.) withoei sttch Iic-iim.
he. he. or they, oti conviction thereof. aHaill be liable
to a fine of not less than one nor mora Utau ten dollars
for every suck o AW nee
ttc H That the prohibition af reaid shall not ex
tend to any sheriff, couitable. or other otTiccr.eitecuting
any processor order iaued by any court, eliii:g any
proper' y or effects directed try taw.
tac. 3. That no peddler ortransient dealer nhall be al
lowed to sell within the limit of this villae any goods,
wares or merchandise, without having firt oMaiued m
license for such purpose, under the penalty of not les
than one nor mure than five dollars; Provided, that
mauuiaciurera shall not be prohibited from di posing
of any artiCea matiufactored by them in this State.
Skc. 4. That no person or persons shall exhibit any
how or perform any feats such a circus ridiuc, or
any thing of like na ure, for which a compensation is
chunrrd. without having first obtained a license from
the proper authority oftho village fof eucb parpos.
under a penalty ol not less tifan five nor more than
pkc. A. Tliai all applications for license shall be
made in writing to the Mat tot, netting forth the nature
ol the license required and Ihe lime they shall be uf d
Htx. . The rate of license hail be as follow: For
sell, n; goods, wareeor merchandise at auction, the sum
of from ne tn ten dollar per day ; for peddling goo l.
wares or merchaudiae, from one to ten dollar per tfn -trier;
for shows or other performances, frmn one to
twenty dollars per day; winch, in a'l enscs, tnu-tt be
paid to the Mttyor or Recorder btore Ihe issuing of
ikc 7. This ordinance ahall take effect from and
after It passage.
Passed January 13. 160.
ALBERT D RICE, Mayor.
8. F. Dr..:, Recorder.
In Relation to the Sale of Intoxicating
Liquors in the Incorporated Village ot
Martin s ferry.
Bf-c 1. Re Itonlained lT tht Cortnftil of tli lnfor-
pornifd Villnvre of Mnniti's Ferry, Thtt all aleorporler
ahftpHor tiou!te, nuu hii nop. iiouaen. nxmii or pmcr
nf ii trinHrAiHor hatiHUHl rt-mon for tippling miit inititipr-
BHCd wlllllll ill" iunii ni aniu villain urc iruinuiict
autt any prnon who nlmll kp a bop. aalooii, fiamtfr
houa. tavern, or other place -of public retort, where
wirr, hw, ate or oik r malt liquor, or intoxicating li
quor ol any kiurf, are UalmuftHy o!tlor pi von away, to
ts drank ai the plce where o olil or (iivfii away, or
who hull keep and in any ntaniifr make it known that
he or she keepn for hm. (a be drank where wlii. any
of the inloxicatiiig liquor iiform-aul, and who ehnll.
at the lime ol tht roininiiiceui'iit of a pro-erution for
violation of thin ordinutice. ha made any tale thereof,
to he drank where told, ahall be d-em-il guilty oi nit
offiMiMs. and upon coiiviciiou Ihf-reof "hall be pmiinheJ
a hereinufmr provided.
Skc. W. That lor any violation ot tne provisions oi
he firit ipetiiHi of thin ordinance, every n-roii so of-
fLMidinr nhall forfeit and Dttv loth incorporated Villace
of .Mtiriiu't Kerry a Gne of not le than five nor more
than fifty dollara and cot of prosecution, and men
piacfa vo Kept oy pvrpoii or pemoua o ronviciru Bimn
he ffhitt un and abated uprii the order of ilie court belore
whom audi conviction may be had, until sucli time a
aurh person or pcrwui Jteeping such place or p aced,
hall aive bond and aecurity lo the acceptance of raid
court, in the penal mm of one thounaud dollara. payable
to the State of Ohio, conditioned that he. he or iliry
will not aell lutoxicatiiig hquora. contrary lo the nrt
aeclion nf ihii ordinance, and will pay nil fines. cot
and damatreii aMcased against uch keeier or keepers
for Avery violation thereat, ami tu caaeot toneiiureoi
Lh;tioiida suit may be hmuirhlifor the us of any neraon
tmcrvsted. or for the use of llin county or corporation.
in case of a lite due the county or corrtoration.
Sec. 3. Tin ordinance shall take effect trout ana al
ter its parage.
ins tea January w, inou.
ALBERT 0. HICK, Mayor.
S. F. Dux, Recorder- felo-3t
In Relation to the Marshal of the Incor
porated Village ot martin s ierry, uuio.
t Re it ordained br the Council of the Incor
porated Villaae of Martin's Ferry. 'Itiat Ihe .Marshal
shall ba Ihe principal ministerial officer of the Mayor's
Court, and shall apprehend and bring belore the Mayor
all persons violating the ordinances of ihe Council, or
the laws of the Htate af Ohio within Ihe iniorporntrd
limits of eaul village; and tor services perionncu uy
hnu, eitker civil or criminal, shall be entitled tn receive
lire same fees a, are allowed constables for similar scr-
V'uLV o if anv nerson or Dersons shall br force resist
orobsirucl the Marshal ill Ihe lawful execution of any
duty or 111 the lawiui exercise 01 any pu.rr vw auuiur
ity required of or granted to said oHicer, by law or ordi
nance of this village, or ahall aid any one or more in
so doing, tie, she or iney, so oncnmng, .nan iunru auu
A tA tka auiil ineornnrated villuge a fine of l.-t less
than three nor more than twenty dollars for every such
vtleiice. ... ... ...
Sac. 3. The Marsha!, if resisted by force inthe law
ful execution of any duties required of linn by law or
anlliiauce, or if there is probable cause to apprehend
that any suen resistance is uueiiueu, eumunzcu wj
command to his assistance any male person or persons ;
and if any aurh person or persons commanded shall
IIOl. to the best Ol HIS or uieir power anu muiuj ,aiu auu
.,..i il.. .aid Marshal ill the exercise of such power
Ar authority, ha or they, an conviction, ahail forfeit and
pay la said luoorporaiea village But less mail one nor
rise 4. Il shall be ihe duty of Ihe Marshal, by ordes
of the Mayor, ..ruey two of the Comicil. to call the
Council to special meetings, aud lo give rolice of reg
ular meetings, when required; to atiend strictly lo all
the dulies ot his oifice under tha Hanilary Coinmillee
and when there ia not aquorum present ut any segular
meeting, to have the deuu ,ueuU present, upon liounca-
r-mrt il.a Hniuieil.
a it .imil hethe dutv of the MarKhnl to attend
all nieetiHga of Ihe Council, U enforce ihe nr.liiiniicee
of the Council, to iusiiiute prosecutions for nil offence,
against the incorporated village of Martin's Perry,
ttxc It. If Ihe Murshal shall ueglecl or rclue to in
a nriueeuliou against any offender or ollemlers,
or to attend lo any of the duties incumbent upon iiiul as
Marshal, unless a sufficient excuse be oll'.-rej lo the
n.,,..,l. h ahall fo.leil and pay to Ihe lucurporaled
village of Martin's Ferry, on conviction, a sum not less
man one no. ww. .uw. . .. . " - - -- . j
SK 7 It shall ba the duty of Ilia Marshall lo pay
over to the Mayor all money collected by him, by virtue
of his office, aa soon aa said moneys sliail coma lino
his hands, aud Uke Ihe Mayor's receipt iherelnr. It
ahall also be his duty to present his accounts and bills
i aeulemeul at lha end of his term of office lo the
rvtuneil: in keen ihe council room iu pood order, io
procure the necessary asmsn iui 'i5...
ta present bills for Ihe same, designating of whom pro
aured, and to have the room wanned and lighted al all
HL-Ulal and special meetings. .
s if auv nersou shall perform any of trie du
ties of Maishal, Without being appointed by the Mayor
and legaNy qualified, he shall fnrleil and pay lo tha in
corporated village of Martin-a Ferry a auin not lesa
lliaii one uor more than Sve dollars, except m case ol
actual pecessity inai anusui y
a a i ka k mav. in Ihe alisaiies of Ilia Mnr
.k.ii '.Arwnuii at anv lime a substitute, whtn be may
deem Jl aeoesaary. who ahall have the power loperloriu
.. . . . 1 k I . . I. ! ( ,.r 1 1. n. I . . 1 1 ..
all the uunes Ol inr ra. "ii..
- ill It .hnl he ihe duly of ihe Marshal, of any
t. ... . ...I.i.iii Marshal, lo arrast oil view any
persoii violatliig any of the ordinance, al said aillage,
and take him. her or them, before tha layo. and ta the
absence of the Mayor, tn Commit such person lojail
until the Mayor1 shall he found. .
Sac. II The Marshal shall leeeiva Bfty eanta for
each meeting ot the Cooncil-ll aiher eompeuaatioa
being fixed by tha statute and ordinance, al lha incor-
cV.ll"&ordiaaiiiliaUtoko aSaei from and
ft-- Its na.aaira
Passed December 30, 1 WW '
i' ALUBRf 0. R1CB. Mayar,
Of TH COSDinoN OF TBI
HOulE HlSURAfiGE 0!i1PMY,"
OP NEW TOEK,
Om the lit day of January, A. D. 1466. made t the Autflfar eftbe
State of Obla, pareuant to tbe Statute of tnat Mate.
. The name of thi. Company ia THE HOMB INSURANCE COMPANY, meof, orated la IMjt and d
ia lawuit) al Km York.
The Capital of said C.tinany aetually paid ep in cash, Is
Tne Buiplus on the Istcay af Jauuary. 14
Total Ainoant of Capital and ofplus
Amount ef Ca.h in Confinentat flank. N Y.....
" " " hand, of Aiiisend in ennr.e of trsu.niis'ion
1 H !'.' " '""!'d and Coupon o k, Iwl. market va'ae
" I. tilled a'ale. Bond,. 6 VU
' " Mi..ouri State Bond, 0 per eeni., mvrket value
" " Monk Carotins) " .
" lenKim " a ,
" " Wiscoiin A '
. ' Illinois 6 " -
" Klmtn llsnd
" " l a iforma Mtat-Bond.. ? -
a " f:oniieeiteut risle Bond. a "
" New Vork City Ceniral Park Bonds, " a
" Queens Comity Honda " "
" " Kiehmnnd County Honda. " a
" a jrontlr tjity Water Bond',
Hank ri'lorka " '
a Loans on Bond, and ifortraje.. hetuff nrl
lale. wnh at lrat 9t. IM WM rate of
Ml"". -V'a. yfjm ..it Vll
ed al lea. Mjmi----
a u at. - .i - j r.-. .
nir. mi t .,nn a-iu . irc.m, n r.im- .............,,
a Due for Premium, on Policie, issued at Uifire (Fire. Inlanrl and Mariae.)
a Billa Reeialde for Premium, on Inland Navigation Risks, Ao.,
a fhiier Pmperiy. Micllnrous lieins
a Govern,nnt ".nip. '
Interest due on 1st January, IKS,
Total Aaselaof the Company
Amomit of Lease, aifjneted, doe and unpaid ,
M 4 ineurreil. and in process of adju.unent
M a reported, and on which no action has been taken
u Claims for Losses resiated by the Company
llividends declared aiat du.' ajid unpa'd
( ' either ca.h or scrip, declared but not yet due
a Money borrowed
H all other existing claims against the Company
Total amount of Losses, Claims and Liabilities i 158,748 94
The greatest amount insured on any one risk i S73.00U liu wiil not a a -eneral rule exceed 10.IK)0
The Company has no general rule as lo the amount allowed to lie insu.ed in any eny. town, village or block,
being governed in this matter, in each case, by Ihe general character o( bui. dings, width of streets, faeilitiee
for pn'tiug out fires. Ac.
A certified copy of tiie Charter or Act ot Incorporation, as amended, accompanied a previous Statement
ST A rr. OF MEW YORK. I
Crrt axd Cot r ' Xw Yoas (
CHARLEft J MARTIN, Pre,Miei:t, aud iOltVMcC.EE. Seemarr of the HOME INSURANCE COM
PANY, being severally sworn, depose and .ay. aid eaci for himself say., that Ihe I ires-otn-r is a full, true and
correct atatcmert oi the afia.rs of the said Corporation, and Uiat Ihev are the atoe described oflieers thereof.
l'IIAUI.K-4 J. MAItriN. President.
JOHN Mi.-GEK, Secretary.
fsTAar Subscribed and aworu before me, this S-'lh day of January. A U. 1-eJO
sk.L.J THUS. F. GOODRICH, Notary Pabli,.
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE,
CoLLMBr Omio. Jaiiunr'9tf 1
I certify that the forerninr i, a eorreet copy of the Ststemem of Hie Condition of the HOMU INSURANCA
COMPANY, of New York, made to and filed in tins office, for tbe year I Dd.
(skal ) Witues, my band aud seal officially.
(.TAX.) JAS. II. GODMAN, Auditor of Stabs.
To expire on the 31st day
OPFIi-'K OF TUP. AUDITOR OF STATK. I
Iwa.Ks UCARTMavT. VoLi'MBt-a. O.. Jan. 'JO. I
Wita,Aa. The HtWfF. IVfLRANCfi COMPANY, loctt-il in New York, in the Piale of New York, haa
filed in tin, office a sworn statement of its condition, as rcu-nred ly the hrt s.riion of the aet HTo regvlale
Insurance Comianies nor incorporated by the Male of Ohio. ' paeri April rf. IrM. and amended Febraary 9f
114, and whereas, said Company haa furnished the uii'lersmteit aiifariury evidence that it is possessed of at
least osa BoriBEn THia.Axo phllabs or acti.ai. capital inv;ieli in stnrks. or boiids. nr in mortgage, of real
e.taie. wonh doulile the amount for which thi.- sume is mort?:irv: : and whereas, said Company has filed in thi,
odice a written instrument under it. corporate seal. i?nel ly l.i.. I're.ident onrl rVerclary thereof, authorizing
any agent or agents of said Compai-y in tins Stale, to akiiow!eue er vice of procrrs, fcr and ill behalf ol said
Company, acrording to the term, of said law;
.Nnw. 'I'herei'ore, iu pursuance of the fici .rtioT of fht afnr..nid net. I. JAMKa If. fiODMAN. Auditor of
State for Ohio, do hereny certify that saiu IfOMI. 1N-1 RA.NiK COMPANY, ef New York, is authorized to
transact tiie bu.ines. of Fire and Marine Insurance in this Mute u;itil tne thir.y-first day of January, in the yeaf
one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven.
In witaess wuereof. I have hereunto u!cribed tdy name and caud the seal of my office to be affixed tha
day and year auove,wriiteu.
J. M. S. CRATTY. Aient
JAMES II. FERGUSON.
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of January. l-7.
JAS H. GODM AX, Auditor of Staia.
Agent t FT. CLAIRSVILLE.
t BELLA IRK.
Agent at BARNESVILLE.
NOTICB is hereby priTen that a petition will lie pre
sented to ihe Coinmisfsioner of Behnont County,
at then next session, to be h-Md on the firnl .Momlny of
March, praying torth e-iiul'litliment of a County Koad
along ,i lie lollovvinir deertleil rouie in said County, to
wit: iifginiiiiig al tne Hume -ville Road, neai the rri
dent e of Will am ii. Kiuii-y. i t Cioheu Township;
Hie uce tonhett lo the West boundary of Smim Town
ship ; iheace Bast 10 the reftideuce of iMichaet S yder;
thence on O' near the in tividunl foad now used to the
residence of Gabriel Moort; theuc Northeal on the
line be. ween ihe premise of Gabriel Moore and Goo.
Hull; thence in name direction across McMuhou't
C.eek a di e. tralOhio R R ; i hence Han on ihe Koa '
now uoed until it in.ersecis Ihe Couiity Koad near
February 8, 116O.
h. p. ha of. a.
OE0. E. NicnoLa.
ON NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS AND OF
Superior .Vorltniansblp & Flnlsb
Persons wishing la purchase win find it to iheir in
terest to give us a call uetore purchasing elsewuere.
AH wora warranted.
Marietta Street, near Main, BAR.VKSVH.LE, OHIO
PETITION will be pruseiited lo the Commission.
-f ersof Belmont County, at their next March ses
sion, prnying for a change oi the locaiieuof tbei'ouiily
Koad lending from l.illle Mc.Mahon'a t.-reek lo the Na
tininil Road, in Kicliland Township. Helmout County;
commencing at the hou of rtavid Brown, anil running
Kasiwanrry to tne national noau instance s'wui
rl.: and vacalinr the road ihat now nine Westward!)'
from said Brown's to the Naliuital Road distance
about ill roils. All iu the lauds of said Browu.
Feb. 1. ISM.--
NEW TIN SHOP.
fl'HK undersigned informs the public thathahasoieit
x ad a new
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Store
in the buililin g immediately West of the Poal Office
UT. CI.AIKftVILLr where lie will be happy Is acea
inodale them with anything in hia line of biiiuess
reasonable lerma. ler uumi nsssi
STATE BANK OF OHIO
Notice to Note Holders.
Orrtci or tu Statb
TATa Bask of Ohio. )
ILl'MBrs. .Nov. V.l. IrriJ.J
Tilts liA.VK Wll,l. F.X-
A f TUB CHARTER OF
on the first day of .Muy urxt.the .Managers
ara tlesirous ol laKiiig tip lis iiri-uianug vn a.
.,11 nersans no n ng saia .oies ni inn riruo i.nna
rthin nm raniiesid tn nresent the saine nl anv of the
Hrauchea. without reference lo the parlii'U'ar Itranch
thnt issued Ihe same, and they will tie promptly to
.L-nuA ,n I' W U.r.l TVillUr VlIlM
Vt'l.... rt in auin. nl UkM hlimlren I O Q IS AUU
over, ihev will he redeemed, if desih-d. in sight dralls
on New York at par. and express charges paid by the
Mrs ncn to wmrn suen paciages are aem.
By order of lite Hoard of Control. . , .
J. ANDREWS, President.
Th. Vo... nf anv of lha Rranehee of the Stale Ua.ik
;. i.. M.iu.narf 1 in lha ahive notice of Prea-
idem Andrew, at the office of lbs Fir.l Natioual Bank
'de5'l'!Se,Wr,'0'"0 JOIIN C. TAlsWfAN Oash.
rr yoa warn repairing of any kind ia lie TINNING
I LINK done proas'aiy ana resonaoiy. ran on
Hl tiH nxltilia
ssTivrf fiK la h.raliv eivei. thai at lha Probata Court
IN for Uelmont Couu y. Ohio, lha undersigned waa
appointed and qualified aa Administrator of tha aetata
Ol JoeepB aimer, aeeeasea. laia oi iu. nuaiiij-
All thoaa indeined tsaaid estate are reo.ie.ied la make
imiamliaia ssvuBnt i and tAose haviua claimA agaiiial
aaid esisi, ara ratified lo present then for aeilieiueut
rithld ode jear Iron, this esiei
AUNEB STILI.WI.LIi. Uotlt
' fsutun ti, wta,
AT EASTERN PRICES!
SKATINU CAPS, &o.
A large slock of LADIES' CLOAKS, of luteal styles.
Just Received from ew York,
aud a!ITe,l al Eastern prices. Also a clieice assort-
Ladies' Furs, Bonnets, Hats,
FLU HOOtiS, SKATING TAPS, Ac. of all varietiee
Hu hes. Ribbons, Artificial floweri
ajid a general assortment of TiU.M.UI.NG GOODS.
Tall and see them at No IS9. Main St, (one door be
low Friends1 l-'uruilure Store Wheeling.
MRS. M. COI.VK!.
dc?-lv (Fcrinerty M. Marsden )
CITIZENS' OMNIBUS LINE
From St. Clairsville to Wheel
ing, W. Va., Daily.
THR nMettirn-Nl hare r1aeed a XKW and COlW
MOUlol S OMMIil'H on thi route; and from
iheir lone rxperience in thin iitiMitess, hone io accuie a
liberal thare tA tne publ.c patronage.' Titey intend d
Express and Package
bu'ineats aud trbm.ihciv exlenaiva acquaintanca ift
St. ClaiisvlUe and Wheelinr,
hop to t?ivr satisfaction. The patronape of the btwi
Rv men of boih placet in rettpecnully aoiicited.
each way. and will so remain.
tjtnuibua leavea sr. ui.AiK&vii.Lif: ror nnr r ii
Nt. al T o'clock a. at. Reluming, leave, WMEHe
1 f. nt 4 o'clock l. M. For pa. .aire. &c. enquire at tlia
McLure House or Fackcb s Hotbl,
Wheeling. W. Va..and Natikksl Hotel. !X. Claireville.
JNtisw AiNUiiKS & urns,
NOTICE is i.ereby given Ihat the following named
Kxecutnrs, Adminislratora and (iuarrliaaa have
filed in my office, al ft Claireville, Ohio, tliair aeeoaata
and vouchers for selllemeiit, lo wil:
James Tnllman, (iuardian .1 Isabella Mecianahan,
Alex. C. Oshorn, Adm'r ef Ssml. T. Thompson, dee'd.
P. A W. A. I.ueas. Kx'rs of Klisha H. Lucas, d-e d.
G. H. Heberliug, Fi r of Achilles 0. Johnson, dee d.
A. D. Rica, Adm'r of John Patu.n. dee'd.
O. J. Hwaney, Adm'r of Josephua Walker, dee'd.
J T. Marshall. Guardian of Wm. T. Montgomery
Jainea A. Gray, Adm'r of Kltzalieth Cachran. dee'd
1.. Hchooley, Adm'r ef Broomhall MeKiason, dee'd.
John McKisson, Adm'r ol Joseph Gay, dee'd.
John McKiasan. Guardian of Catharine C. Dailer.
John McKisson, Guaidiau of James P-Amy M. and
William l. McM:lleu.
Israel fleer. Adm'r of JordonlBerry. dee'd.
The aix frru above named will be for healing and
at iilrmeut on the iJd and the last seven ou lha iMUi daya
ol February uexL
Feb. t, 16Sd. Probata Judge.
NOTICE 18 I1KKKIIY C.1VIJ, thai hooks will ba
opened to receive euhseripuon lo the capital slock
of Ihe IIAKNKKNIM.K WlKJUiU'IF.LD TIRN
PIKK COM PA XV, on lha ftra oi MAKCU, at
Ihe lollowiug places, lo wilt
Belmont County: JT n
MA Ls.fi A.
. .. sT. PreeHeat.
B. a XrxacDa, Saaiataxy