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RETURNED DELINQUENT BY THE TREASlttER'OFf.EIGS COUNTY,
IN JAKUART 1851. (excepting, those on which th tni.a have ben paid into the Sieta Treasury as certified by the
Aiidimr iirFmio.Hard tin" paid into the Giumv Treasury before the Jd Monday In November) on which ere charged
ihatup-t of I860, wtth ihe interest arid a penalty of went) -five per centum oa such taxes, also the taxes-of- ihe current
Ownixs Nmh.
No. 1. OXFORD,
ttoaworth Jabin or J P '; ;
fliggs B B
Cooper G W -
same . ' ' -Fueat
Hiram's tmire
Merrick Elizabeth
Warren John Jr
1. T. 8KC. LOT. MO. ACHSVAL.
Qvabtss ok Lot.
V
No.t. t CflESTER.
j -rteck Presley
t .Buckner. David. C . :
V.fcolIlnaMyrW .
f Curtia -'. . ' .'-..
J Pair Samuel
Merriu Reubn
WcKnighiJW
, South Abel . , rr ...
I' Atari b rl Tartt s '
..No. S," COLUMBIA.
Aumiller Punlel v
Bennett Jacob
Cable George
Coiper G W '1
Daniels Hiram G
Ferris Win J
' aame '" ' 'y
George Job a .
Haloing Win
Keyser Jonas
Peck Jess and Joel
.13
13
13
13
.13
13
13
'' " 'la
'S i)
' k IS
3 0 ' 640
3 10 262
3 6 ; . 640
3 17' 640
3 J - - 640 :
3 II 640
3 JU
3 11 i. 640
3 2021 262
3 24 640
26
5
6
17
1
11
17
, 80 190 w nw (leasehold)
112 83 a and a of r
6 1 1 nw of ne 10 a in sec
6 16 aw of 61 a of aw
40 ISOneinftw ,"'
40 II7nw of set
45 llleandeof51ainmidoflrt
Taxes, due.
- OOL. C.
' 3 95
1 70
22 '
33 2
3 11
' f 43 1
1 30 9
16
24
12
II
640
640
640
'640
2021 262
13 640
11
31
24
16
24
12
II
31
13
17
19
25 .
8
1521
aamo
Shnrp John
Wood Joshua 2d
No." 4. LEBANOM.
Dorr Warren D
Meigs Sophia
Perry Joseph . .
Price Meredith's heira
some
Rose John X .
Smalley Simeon
Taylor Isaac ' " ' .'
Williamson James M
Waterman. 15 and H Smith
Woodruff John's estate
No. 6. OLIVE.
Beam Jacob
Birch Charles C
Congrieve Geo W
Eidinier Jacob and Sim an
Meiga Sophia
McCain James
Mclntyr Joseph
Norria James J
Parker Oscar
Quinn John C
Scoot John
Bnyder Wm
same
Bmallry Simeon
Taylor Waters
Taylor Enoch
Wjlliams Henry
Xo. 7. ORANGR.
Cowdrey Eibau's estate
Cot.frG W
' Daik-y David
MlmyMark
Johosanf Asa " .
Sam
8tTnWir
- No. RUTLS.N'0.
(Binu John
Cooper Geo T .
same
Chase AbL-1
' Pnlm.U'i James
Machlcr Gw W
McNitiighun Daniel C
MeCormick J and N
PiiicSA:B
Staiisbiiry AnJrew L
fiaxton Thomas
. SsVago Aiinm's estate
Thom:is David's estais '.
. T'uro Abram
" Williamson Edmund
N...9. SALEM.
Cooper G o W
, ; same
Clino Alexander
; Feryll Bvnjnmin
Lungatreth Morris
' - Le-Jl e nhur's esuito
Munisgue Theodore
Marshall Joseph K
Parker Cbentier
,...5,
samo
Peart Kdward II
Steel Alexander v
Stansbuiy Geo L
V Sheets Samuel -
Wilcuxlliram
... - aatn ...
c -Ko. 10. SALISBURY.
Bsrrinjeer Peter
t Cooper Georpe W
PtfTinny John
. Dowry Jamps ,
: Da Is Norman S
- -Giikey Charlea
. . llyaett Cassa
Jones Ammi
y' Nyo'Marshal " V .
. sama T . r
Price Jacob . '
Salter John B
No. n. SCIPIO
Carpenter Rebeccs .
... Casey John
'.Dunlap Daid
Erwin B F
FarlinThomaa J
, FigleyRobt
'. ' Gibson John
Hicks Benjamin's csiaie
MeAboy Thomoa
pullins Samuel 1
' Pierce Jonas '
k.Pool Fitch ; '
f Pit ret Joseph. .
Torrr Joseph r
.Woodytrd James .
N. 12. BUTTON.
Isbwofih Tbomsa
pucltnur Pasid C'i estate
v , laraa v . ..
Fry John ,
Bousb Abel
Rowsh John
Sftigrlst Joseph ..
Weston John
Wwi M ,
15 9
15 9
-n 9
15 9
15 9
15 9 36
15 9 36
15 9 17
9rll
15 9'17
15 9
15 9
15 9
16 9
17
19
640
640
640 25
640 8
262 36
640 36
640 36
640 17
640 j. 12
640 17
6
10
12
15
640
262
640
262
5
5
12
6
4080 ne of se V
60 80 in the south part lying west of Gilmnre fork
i 9 small strip w of lots and 7 & 8 in village of
150 70 n and w of nwj (leasehold) ' Horse Cave
. 1 5 lot tO Shumway survey 220 a
t it corner of road on s lint of s 88 a in nw
40 BOseiofsei . .
50 75 corner- '
160 681 120 1 e ol ii and 40 a w of sej
54 205 se of nwj
40 91 nwj of nJ
60 280 20 a a of ii and 40 a n of sej
13 32nwofswJofsw
104 453 n pan
J 12 se of 5 a mill site in sej
61 230e and 'of70 a sw of nej
6 24 undivided one-sixth. of nej of aef
45 87 n end of ej ofsej j
105 432 se$ et 45 s part 6 a m and 5 a nw
80 221 ej of ne$
82 198 w end
105 203 J t.ei and 25 a n of e of ne J V
58 102 75 a a and w pan ex 17 a nw
11
11
II
II
11
11
3 27
3
3
640
19 640
26 640
1218 100
18 100
26 640
11 3 22 640
11 3 22 640
2 1218 100
2 29 640
2 8- 640
11
11
II
27 120 1 80 e part of net
19 640 930
26 40 80 nwj of nc
173 60 726 s
175 32J 95 undivided of 65 a lot
26 40 lOOswi of nw
22 15 43 n end
22 34 100 s end of n 100
160 60 484 s)
29 1 60 233 nj of sw and se of nw
8 160 659 nw . ;
2 0ft 8
2 05 8
23 1
1 80 0
" 12 8
30 6
2 05 8
I 92 9
17 52 2
3 89 7
6 53 I
5 315
60 6
I 61 3
22 5
4 37 3
46 6
4 64 0
8 213
11 75 4
3 76 4
10 83 0
1 93 7
3 43 4
17 74 4
1 52 6
13 85 I
1 81 2
1 90 8
2 08 7
2 56 9
9 23 3
4 44 4
12 57 2
2728
31
12
23
14
31
16
4410
II
31
34
34
35
29
24
24
12 .
262 36
640 31
1C0 120
640" 23
262 19
640 31
640 16
160 1158
640 11
640 31
262 35
262 35
640 35
640 29
640 24
640 24
100 123
It
12
12
12
4 1521
4 6
4 16
4 II
12 4 If
12
It
17
3
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640
640
640
640
640
640
36
6
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It
11
17
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80 163 w) of 160 e and parts
40 45 se ofsw
1 30 upper half of 2 a lot in sw corner
100 114sofn 200ainei
262 297 V '
120 138 ej ofnw amine ofsw '.
80 80 a of se (leasehold)
14 26 s of 15 a n of sec lino
40 74 se oft.wi
80 91 wofsw ' j
35 40 e and s of se 40 a
20 24 nw ofe? a in w 182
100 110 s part of se
20 75secor ofe 100 a ..
14 35nif30a ia nel
15 35sof 30 a In ne
I 35 on south of run bou,i 30 roJs .
131 170 n .', . ,
29 17 nw 38 aneof nw,
24 30 nil cor of ne (leasehold)
59 372eofnw
40 99w ofsw .., :: ,
10 19 se of se
33 104 tio of a 240 a in e
5
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17 9
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58
22
79
69
56
50 6 .
44 2
77 4
77 9 ,
46 7
14 6
46 3
06 6 3 years.
1 06 6 3 years.
V9 I
4 36
4 38
s',-77
9 64
184
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J3
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14 6 17
14 6 6
14 6
14 6 II
14 6 6
4 6
14 6
14 Q
14 6
14 6 36
14 6 36
14 6
14 6
14 6 28
14 6 8
8
30
12
19
14
20
1
640
640
640 17 4 30 no of nw
17 18 nw no 220 a : 1 ,
20 bounded by church lot creek and road
80 380 ii of ne
203 215 e and s of ne 220 a - : ''M
160 465 sw estate
9 f 5 65 undivided one-fifth of 48 a in sw (H Phelp'a
19 116 s pan of w of ne ;,
1 100 mill and lot
60 90 n oud w of o 100 in se V. :;
40 60seofse
262 19 57 570 in o or. , . .
640 1 45 482 v and s of widow's dower
121 353eena fpoint
184 4tlt lot from nw cor en w line w "of road
640 II
640 6
640 30
640 12
640 19
262 7
640 36
640 36
262 34
640 8
38 8 I
41 0
18 0
63 0
9 64 4
15 8 14
15 8 32
15 8 18
15 8 II
15 8 II
14 8 1
15 8 14
15 8 19
16 8 9
16 8 3
15 8 10
15 8 11
15 8 36
15 8 28
15 8 19
15 8 13
15 7 18
262 IS
640 32
15 18 nw of 108 a e and a of w
17 34nwof 110 a n ofsw qr -
8 25 ' -
120 204 e and nw qr ofsw qr
30 146 n part ofsw qr ofsw qr
100 485 s part of ne qr
8 8nw pnrtof 116a e andsof wj
79 194 e ol se qr ex school house lot
92 261 e and s of n
20 I25in nw qr
94 136 w tnd
40 68 sw or of se qr.
640 36 130 440s part of n 230 n
262 35 1 146 null and site near sw earner
640 19 60 H6w of neqr
640 13 68 319 in se of sw quarter
640 18 Hiii uw efne quarter
640
640
640
640
262
640
262
640
262
640
18
II
II
1
13
19
3
3
4
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44 6
11 8(
78 4
1 20 5
8" 95
9 89 3
7 24
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- 36 1
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4 81.4
t 99 2
9 60
15
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26 3 .
23 4
13 2 2430
13 t 24
13 2 9
13 2 8
13 2." 8
13 2 9-15
13 2 31
13 2 19 .
13 2 9-15
13 2 9
13 2 9.15
13 S 18
306
100 4307 -640
23
262
640
640
262
640
,;.'3
8
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100 303
262 - 2
262 3
262 ' t
640 , 18
14
14
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14
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li 7 II
14 7 1
14 1
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30
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2728
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640
640
640
262
640
640
262
640
262
262
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640
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30
29
18
17
13
23
1
11
1
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12
It
It
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16
16
640
640
640
12 3 20
. 12 3 20
12 t 23
..12 3 8
It 3 8
10
16
16
640 10
252 5
262 25
100 283
640 8
140 8
, 100hituaeloi35by 50 .
30 24 nw ofse246 a .
40 246 mid on s line ; . 'r
10 100 s part of nw 26 a in n of ne qr
1 10 '
2 10
3 36 on of creek near end of bridge
100 w ofG Mania's lot
i 30 se corner
24 165sw corner "" ,'
32 186wpanof se'4t a
43 25 mid of ne of s
50 225 e end
80 128 s half of ne quarter
60 130 n end ofe half of seqr
63 68eof s qr :
2 16 s of w part
55 262 w of ne jr and nw af se qr
80 200 sw of ne qr and se and a of nw qr
162 646 wend v ;
3 16 in nw if sw quarter
22 house lot
60 230 n and w pans of 76 a n and w ofe 106 a
80 128 n half ne quarter ,
10 40 it side of ne qr of nw qr
80 128 e half ol seqr
64 400 n port ofw pan
' tt 169 nw of e quarter
40 in lo. 5
tft 160 e of lot t'-i
7 70, : 'f' '
53 128 e end ol fraction
83 207 w pnrtof t (36 a
4 96 a pan -32
78 e and s of niv qrofs-J or
40 100 nw4qr of aw qr , ,
6
16 2 3 years.
IV
09 4
68 8
15 3
27 3
22 5
22 5
1
t 16
, 62 8
3 87 4
3 88 3
52 1
4 33 8
t 46 7
t 60 6
t 11 7
30 T
05 9
3 2t 7
1471 0
30 7 :
; 44 !
31 9
46 1
81 0
f 46 7
6 92 6
8
t
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78 t
81 t
05 0
36 1. 1
70 1
20 8
94 4
68 ft
83 3
J Owmst Ifuims.
CHESTER.
Barber Cross at Wells
LT Vt
: - " Past.
same
same '
same. '
Cornell Francis
same
T
60
61
62
18
2T
T
' '
65
66
67
68
69
60
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of
39
188
7
Collins MajosW
sane . .
CooperGeoW V ;
. tame ; . '.
same '
' ane ...
. same .
same
Curtis Nirom's estate
Webster Abrihant '
. same , v., "
, same ' .
LETARTSVILLK. -
Boyd George's estate ' 94
- - seme U
Cooper Geo W 6
RUTLAND.
Tubbs Whitn 10 M7
DANVILLE.
Cobura Joshua?
Coulter A G
Holmes Hugh P
same
Swett'Jacob
Vorrell Hiram
POMEROY.
Grant RC '
same
Howe Estos
, Ingels Anson '
Murphv James
same ,
' same
Root Perry
Robison A '
Saunders John
Train Isaac
COAtPOllT.
Barlow-A M '
Hartinjet Wnr ; ; 31.
MlDDLEPORT. '
Barlow AM 1
Grant G W T .
Haseltine Harriet
SHEFFIELD.
Cooler Milt'n on front of 4
same " ' 13
- GrantlWm H
; McCUne Nathaniel 8
BEHAN'8 ADDIT'N.
Behan Isaae ' U
' same 18 .
l feet on Front sUsat :
8 I of
s tr
t. -..-...
8
63
19
3
"V 4
1
3
69
v8 three-eighui of
8 a
34 vest part
: 8 west part'
78
of
or
4 of
I of
Taxh fa ,
- f ; c. .
10 1
13 8 '
.'." 13 8
i
"7 6
'83 I
13 8
I- 7 6
. 7 6-
1 63 0
. ' 48 8
- ,S!
I 61 6
76'
30 4
61
30 4
3 00
lef I
70
43
13
11 43
- ' '
' I 78 '
- 3 126 .,
- 320
' 4 16
. 9 13 ;
-'' so ; -.-
89 19 back part
; 240 1600 , - . ....
60 14 36 feet of
184 466
104 40 lofeetof w
118 327 wt -;
366 97 t oftt acre nw of John Saunders trait
t6S 880 26 feet of . . - ' "
3 325 20 by 100 on Sprinj street
265 7 M of 11 lot '; -
163 849 ' ' . ,
8M towards tie'av
- 94
80 25 feet front on lower side
880 house oa lot 14
410 .
73 4
69 'Si 2
4 04 8
16 00 3.
L 18 4
10 76 4
3 86 4
11 68 ft
6 66 i
8 63 7
10 31
10 47 3
7 33 1
8 88 8
JO 1 of
- til itif '
, S00 Tannery
8 si ofe 1
it
IS
to,
46 j
37 3
76,
PAGEVILtE.
Cooper Geo W
58 80
GRAHAM STATION.
Cooper Geo W
Roush John
MYER'8 ADDITION.
Myers Thornton
' same
, same
same .
same ,
' ! samej
- same
.- same .
PiBoell W h
56
66
90 I of
S3 8
87 0
is s
79 1
78 2
noerua mc."i sse, to s tacii
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July t, 1861, permits as to send Bound Vol Baa,
weighing not over two pounua, 07 man. 1 us 1
s great event, and the reading community e
eauw foraeir-ecngTUUiauon. . .
The discount oa the annexed usi wm oe twen-
typer cent vist . ':
91 26 uiou lor - i w
t 60 .. " ' v ' -1 20
' 3 00 ' " . - " 1 40
3 60 3 00
00 .' - " ' 3 40
' 8 60 " 3 80
- 6 00 1." 4 00
Est as Indocchbnt. On receipt of the cash,
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from the following list, en the above terms, and
rue 01 ExrsNaxl Bo now is the time for those re
siding in different parts of the country, who are
not in the viointty 01 a ooeaaxore, w purcnut
their books at greatly reaucea prices.
' List of Books, with Booksellers prices attached
Doyle's Ready Reckoner, new and Unproved
edition, from new piaies.
YonngLady'a Gift
Jay's Family Prayer. ' . .V . .,. ,'
Uodridge's Kise and progress.
Baiter's Saint's Rest
Robbin's Prodnce Reckoner; showing the
value of different kinds of Grain, by toe
pound or bushel. 12ma .
The Young Man's Book.
Chamber's Treasurv or Knowledge,
Lamartine's History of the French Rcvolu-.
tionof 1848: with ateel portrait,
Fowler's Phrenology; Proved, lllustrsted,
snd Applied. With cuts. .......
Combe's Constitution of Man
Moore's Lalls Rookh. A beautiful edition.
Steel plate.
A Gift Book for Young Ladies; by Dr. Alcott,
with plate. "
A Gilt Book for Young Men; by Dr. Alcott.
With plalc.
Fox's Book of Martyrs.
Lives of the Wesleys-
Pilgrim's Progress: with Notes snd Life of
the Author. With plates. 125
Life of Christ snd his Apostles; by Rev,
- John Fleetwood, D. D. . 1 26
Life of Dr. J udson, the head of the Mission,
ary Enterprise; by J. Clement. 400 pp.
with Portrait. I 25
Lives of the three Mrs. Judsons; same as
v above with thre Portraits. 400 pp.
Life and Essays of Dr. Franklin. , With Por
trait.'' v ; .
The Lifeof John Quiucy Adams; by Wm.
H. Seward.
The American Fruit Culturlst; by John J.
Thomas,
Headlev's Women of the Bible,
Headley's Napoleon snd his Marshals. 11
lustrated.
The Life of Empress Josaphine, first wife
of Napoleon; by P. C. Headley. With
steel portrait.
Indian Captivities, or, Life in the Wigwam;
by Samuel G. Drake.
The Missionary Offering; dedicated to Dr.
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The Life of General Zachary Taylor; by H.
Montgomery - .
Life of General Scott; by Mansfield,
The Generals of the Last War with Great
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Popular Poets.. I2np, neat cloth, with For
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Mrs. Htman's Poetical Works.
Burns' " "
5
9
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18 .
23
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22
23
23
29
18
134
36
64
Moore's "
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H. Kirk White's
Milton's u
Cowpers " "
Cook and Howitt's "
Tuppes " " J
Wordsworth's " . -1
Campbell's .
Fremont's Exploring Expedition through'
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The Life of General Andrew Jackson; by
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Lives of James Madison and James Monroe;
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Young's Science of Government.- New snd
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1 00
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Stale of .the Markets, the Stock Market, etc. ete.
TERMS. The terms of thePost are Two Lei -lars
if paid in advance. Three Dfcllars.if not paid
in advance. For live Dollars, in advance, one co
py is sent three years. We continnethe following
low terms fur Cluhs, to be sent in the city, to one i
address, snd, in the country, to one post uffic e:
4 Copies , 6 00 per aim urn
8 copies (and one toAgcnt, or i
the getter-upoftbeChib.) tHTOO "
13 copies (and one to Agent or
the getter itp of the Club,) 16"(0 "
20 copies (and one to Agent, or
thegetter-upoflheClub,)?20 0 M
The .money for Clubs must always l o sent in
sdvance. SubseripUons may) be tent at iur rik
When- the sum is large, a draft should bet rccurrd
if possible the cost of which may be.deduetc4 "
from the amount. "
Address, always pf st-paid,
DEACON'at l'F.TKR!6ft!f,
' Jf"' CC' N"'' Third tt. Philadelphia .
P. 8 A copy of the POST will be sent as 4
pt crnen, to any one requesting it
Notice. ,
THE Second term of Mr. Wiuivi' Singinh
slasswill commence onSaturdaylcvening'the6tt
ist, at half past seven o'clock, In the baocmenl
it the Presbyterian church. Persona desirous of
initing with the ciassarc invited to be present o
.hat evening. .'
July 3, 8500 n38w3.
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. XS-BXJGasXJkTZSK
Anew and very handsome one seat BUGGY;
and one as good as new with two seatx.will be
sold at less than cost. REED ft BROTHER "
June 26, 8500.
Two medium siwoflice Stoves used
win tor just as pood as new. fur u
very low by JtEED 6c BROTHER.
ONE HUNDRED DOZEN M'Lanes celebrated
V ermifuge for sale at SI 15 per dosen by
June 28, 7500. E. S. EDWARDS.
j - -.maa uii uaiiu anu lor Hit iy
B.
Otoves.
O only one wintor
OAKES ft BUSKJRkV
Ry Whiskey 60 Barrela Old Rye, for sale
at No 6. OAKES ft BISKIRK.
Full Assortment! We are now receiving
large additions to our stock of Groccrirs,
which we are selling very-low for csh: Come and
examine for yourselves. - v 1 ....
' J , CBKES ft Bistro Ho tfs6'K
C II. Molasses 20 Bsirr'1'!; -IhO : waier. ;
JW ICU, i
r for sale by
bacco 20 Fine V.
1UC y-'t'-'r-, .I'M .",U - '.
00 do V,B0 -8 VflsgitvAToiiv, Junior
00 r;. nuve you ejigratiiri. upon your
; w ji Historical lesson ( .
received from u,fig1Sf 5be contents of iniiltihofriv
No6. rw Kliiu of America:! '
as
than A liiAMAn mitt L .aM k k. T..nri. r ..U MA..iita t a K a P t"r natlOjlUl SIlOOl-
ww m wbvws wm uv oviu vj isio A lOUCt" Vl v aiiasv vvtiuir a ana vunr '
. . . ' .Sfc. . . 1 ll
town ol romeroy on the aocond Monday of . January, A. V. 185, betw- recKonca me siran
10 o clock A. M.. and 4 o clock P. M. of talrl Hav unless said toxes insand. 1 liu number i,f
be paid before that time. , . ,, , " ! " ' yfivii and the crack of many
' 1 SI a w ar f T-k mi-
v m .. .: .; 3. ItAUWWil, was heard durinu tnma hnnr
o
ammmmmmmmmmmr't A week. Perhnps ten thousand
rt'ero made
i
Pontemy. November 18, 1851 nlw4.
STEAMBOAT REGISTER.
PITTSBURGH AND CINCINNATI PACKETS.
.' iiavs or rAssiiia romaov ur and down.
MsaasNoEB, . Down Sunday, Up Wednesday.
oUCKEYE OTATE,
Kbtstoni State,'
Hisesnia,.. '. :
Cincinnati,
BaiujArr,
Currta, .
Monday, " Thursday,
Tuesday, " rnday, 1
Wednesday" Saturday,
Thursday, Sunday,
Friday, " Monday, -Saturday,
" Tuesday,
auBlETTA, rowiaor and Cincinnati iicm.
Ohio, t Down Tuesday. . Up Sunday.
Dealer tn
iiodv
roMEsov and roarsMovTH racisT. -light
T n V m . .m. . ' 9
RsvEiixa, I roiwroyinonaayThuTsdsyaiito,
, uiusiu in a ucBuaym rnuay.-
. my one
1.. . .!.. Pl. !
-"'tu iijuuu iii a uuy. i nu prizes
fined to about thirty-five thuusand dul-
, chiefly plate for the table; but tho main
I S BAftin prize was a bag of California gold. Ii
willbet48 carrieJ h 0 waich-mnkcr, near Neufchu.
custonel. An English nobleman is said to have
T,UI ,wcn,y uulls ln or near the contre iliu
he ir) first day. An American, known to me,
y . b v,j 6U"4 ojctniiLii
skim, inc town was
Swiss
J C II U B C n E S. r ; , s loh
w... ' " 6 beau-
Dootir, Rector: Services every Sabbath mortl Pl?cls
at 10 o'clock. ,. Ahen thi.
lrcsbyterlan-Rv. n. w,, , t .imu,i.
Services every Sabbath morning at 101 o'oli r i.
Pastor: Services at the unnei chnrh on .h "ia8'r,n
Sabbath mornings, at 10 o'clock at lower cbccursud
every Sabbath afternoon, at 1 o'clock. ... ; L . l .
RasaaaiBrAtliAlt. o-.t .
Priest; Services every Sabbath morning. so """S
fimiiii mihAjui. n,. oi uressed
Services every Sabbath moming. . ilk siockings
German liiltherauRrv: V those exirnva-
Service, every Sabbath morning, yd jn Vtown a,h
:. SOCIETIEjfirt' excel'1 "found
iHisn, n.f water courses is
Wo. 14t4,-SUted M7 may be lhe rank "f
Evening, on orbeforedark ono for they ure
u .nxuurpny-s. .i huva
"SM' r n0n "l 1 hnvo
V, , Evening. Hall ling to mass with a shirt
y Welfare 1; but slio had, nvverihe.
UJirTn$$a '-na Aesh-colored
Sallsbart 8,ePPeU';0ir ra'her glided,
nsof Temncpfully as the restL In fnr.t.
1 1 ! - ,f .' " . '
T and ond young) tic) an-d poor)
U-mtA ings every Satduorio has followed tho steps
nail in romeroy. 1fc nc?. r,ni ,.r ur.lU a..J
, I j O " W J
"KeBicmbrr lhsl ! a nouri nt least, and
month.
westurn
ive; a panorama of
people, dfess, and manners. Five
thousand could sit under one roof at dinner,
in a beautiful modern building, erected in
full view of Mount Diane; the aciual numbe
uining on one day was three thousand. As
steamboats came in with fresh deputations,
there were welcomes, speeches, vind'hon-
neur.and processions. The Tir Federal
plainly moved .all Switzerland. Among this
multitude, I saw only one or two perons in
liquor; and the good order Was apparently
perfect., ' '
Thk Gmapk in Onto. In Cinoinnmi ni.d
neiKliborhood, not less than una tl.uus.nd
acres of land are devoied to tho eulturd of
the grnpe for muking wine. A writ.-r in il.n
newepapers savs. ihni on n ... m
, , iu i,,r.
Liongwortl), he saw 75.000 bmi! Pft of cnn,lr.
f i i . : n i ,, . . -
v.uwuua. anu HOo.a 40,000 pilous of Paoe ol drawing ilio .i osi bUdf
in varying irom40 u, 50jinllona ." an iep ticks,
in ciu.ii. nis cellar is r, i
ITr'ho sir.
Xliitut ivrn3xuii.
I'hil More.- - -
Wl.y-ivliy-,' V ' -
Well, whof r ' ;' :
Why6W King.-
Vou can locouiuto to ih imi,.r
tllO CIUS8.Naili.in. Vlii .ib..."
P w. rniu, tj
.v-v. anu v iBfi uhhu : nnrt i iK
intentinnnr ihu n..r,n. . t .
ie inn sizu (lunnir tho riuninir s,inn p..
. O is I I I I I AT . ISM'
sides Mr. Loncwonhiliprn
Dersnnx in iiM j :.. .l . .
I ... vihui . Til" liu ii iia iriit alllli ii,ilt,L
Next.
Tac lies.
That will
do scheol'adisml sei'l.
ARIETTA MAV'ulk ,hrHUg' manner
HOLLISTER 4 LEON,lzlng hag seen his
form the oitisens oCprlm Ml CnllA lltlla' Ii..
that they still continue tht. , ,
in all in all its variouabraVn8 h(!"f mumo, she dis-
in Marietta, Ohio. ,h0 horrifiud swam dis
Having lust reeeiued a
assortment of Italian aioe.n , luIluw'ng wbihnn
of every variety, orf 1DJ '' burgain. Recollee-
Ways on hand. ; ,' , ' ''
Grindstones fron- ;
TaTiaS SSlJ- -QrablW; like
B. Smith, Pomeroyjl dry land it may fret and
Marietta, O. Jtij fa,, but it cannot (,un
still, and ii
F
ncatve only to keen
OR seed Srticse . , . ,'
Piciclino MBAT.-J-Prof.Refipnsque, de
nounces tho use of saltpeter in brine inten
ded for ihe preservation of flesh" tp be kept
lor food. That part of saltpeter which ,ie
absorbed by the meat, he says, is nitric acid
or aquafortis, a deadly poison. Animal flesh
previous to the addition of pickle, consists
of gelatinous and fibrous substances, the
lormer only possessing a nutritious virtue
the gelatine is destroyed by the chemica
action of salt and saltpeter, and. as the Dro-
fessor remarks, the meat becomes as differ
ent a substance from what it should be. . as
leather is from the raw hide before it is sub-
jucted to the process of tannins- Ha ascri
bed to the pernicious effects of the chemical
change, all the disease which are common
to mariners and others who cubsist princi
cipally upon saltud meat such as scurvy.
sore gums, decayed teeth, ulcers, die, ami
advised a total abandonment of the use of
saltpetre in the making of pickle for beef,
pork, 6zc, the best substitute lor which- is,
he says, sugar, a small quantity renJering
tho meat sweeter, more wholesome, and c
qually as durable,
'
Worth Knowixq A young lady ofihis
city. says tho Philadelphia Post, whila in
the country some years ago, stojipej on a
rusty nuil, which ran through horshou aud
loot, ilia inllainntlon and pain wcro of
course very great, and lockjaw was appre
hended. ' A friend of the, fom'ly, however,
recommended ihu application of a beet, tu
ken fresh from the gurden. and pounded
fine, to the wound., It wits done, and thu t-f-
l:c was very beneficial.' S um the influn.i
tlini began to subiide, n I by keep ng on th
crushed beei, changing It for a (rush ono as
Its vinue seemed to become impaired, a
i.iuedy cure was (T. cted. Simple but el-
lectuul remedies liku this shmild bi known
Dy every bouy, - ' .
Kossum. As this word is I ha
.! . . . ' I
lM ",uy !nes oy every ft.irty, it is. well e-
nnnoh i.i Lu .1... l .
.v, uo Hvuiiijj iw nang 01 11, s 1 as to
pronounce it right. The Nuw York Tri.
bune hus the following, which we suppo-ie
..inny riRiii, as ureeley iius b.en within
several luinUi-ed miles of Hungary -
.id name is pronouxceu ivosh-voot or
riosn-uT, (V, usin Union) wiih the empha.
o uii me nrsi synuoie anU the second
snort."
, l say M--postmaster, is there 'a li.her
lor me I Who aw you, my good sir T
I in mysolf, thm's who I nm.' Well, w-hni
is your name ? . 'An whai do v w.n. .
.L. . . . . ... '7 "m
ne name 1 isn t it on tne lithtr V 'So thai
I can find the letter, if there is one.' 'Well,
Mary Hums, thin, if yQ must have it.' "'No"
sir, mere is none lor Mary Duns. 8 ihere
uo way in get in there" but throuuh ii...
squnro of glass 1' 'No, sir.' It's well fr
ye mere isn t. I'd tache ve biih.-r inannui'a i
than lu insist on u gentleman's uamet but
yo aiun tgit n oMi-r nil so I'm av,.n wid
ye; otvel a bit is my name Burns I
. :
The 'Bulfust Journal' tells of a chap wh
iquor was kfiu
machanical" purposes.
1 ootite, which" ho de
Udoii beinir nsl(iH Cm-
wnui purpose ho wanted I. he an d. m-
chanical he was going to make an ox-yoke
in the afiernoon I" . . s ,
A man in New York has cot himself into
sit .
trouoie oy marrying two wives. A man lit
Massach ismts did a similar thing onco by
The Pooe Indian I Three Indiana, iwn
men ana a squaw, are wanderino ihi-nnh 10 pronounce a man hnnnv mnmlv h.
the streets of Frederick, amusimr ih cause he is rich, h iust as almnnl m rn
by shooting at cents with bow and nrr.,u -Ja man healthy because h hna snnnrrli ,
Tk v . ' i-,. ' b.....
no uAoiiiiuer iiius moranzus on the event :
.
dmTl.WR,. l- ... stepped into n store whrre
G.ldersleove. the famous runner, made up a i3'ad n
mutch with a man named Peck', and on the , Jf,, '"
30th of October the two contested their ".f"8 f' '
speed, lhe purse was $1,000, the dis
uince twenty miles. The man who gin in
first or held out longest, to be the winner.
At iK... A.1 T mi... 1 r. L !
... eiiu ui uia iweiun mile Oliaeis eeve
was one mile ahead; at the end of the sev
enteenth Peck bolted the track.
llnuf n ih. .L.... f II
.ne ,11 niigMijr lanen i vv nut an
outcast is the aboriginal ; lord of the land in
tne midst ol civilization! Whilst over
weening sympuihy for the neuro ih rnntHnu
the disruption of the Union, is there, none
to pity the poor Indian V
1 hfl number of Idiots in Mnssacliusous
is computed at 1200, three fourths of whom
are the. children ol iiiiemporate parents-
having the nail and appearance of drunk.
aids. " ,
True quietness of heart' fs' cot by" resist
ng our passions, not by obeying them. .
It was said of a certain, musical dancin?
master, that the whole tenor of his life had .
been base. V .
'Did you ever know such a mechanical
genius as my soil I" said an old' lady.
"Ha has made a fiddle all of. his own head, ,,4
and he has wood enough for anrther." -
Lei no man be too proud to work. Lt
no man bo ashamed of a hard fist or a sun.
Ihu Poiisville (ru.) Journal savs that the burnt countenance, Let him be ashumed
sale and use of inuixicnting liquors is un. only of ignorance and sloih. Let nu man
VArCllllu f,irh;.l.l.rt in ilw. 1.. .1 I k,. ...l.nmJ ..I ....... I ... I.. .1
iiiuiuucii ii, nu; uum llllllusi III II1UI I w ubiihuicu ui ,ovriijr mill oo asilQin
vicinity and hat diunkenness is invariably cd of dishonesty and idleness.
. i . ... . i
consiuoreu a sumeieni cause lor discharging
ino men.
OO" Field Marshal Havnau, who had pur-
chusl'd an estnie in llungitry, has loiind it
impossible to live there 1 he peasants
would not work for him. and when his crops
were ripe they desiroyed them, and harm
the buUdingr, He offers his estate for sale.
Fourteen hundred dollurs worth of Intox-
icoiing liquors was destroyed at "luiigor,
Maine, week before Inst, dy the public au
thorities. ... ,
i 03" The old gentleman tliut invented
leathor bed posts, 6ays the Albany Dutch
man, ia now busy ewiiiia tin a uuu t-Usiie
ooking stove. Iii India rubber uimlets did
not answer us wgy ns was lijuicipaifd. ' - -
(ttr An Irish musician, who now and tlien
indulged in a glass too much; was'acujsted
by a gentleman with
"Pat what makes your face so red!" :
"Plea?e yer honor," said Pat. '-I alwava
blush when I spako to a jmilemen." "
VV hy ta a person approaching a candlo
like a man getting off his yhoiso. Decauie
ha'a going to a-lighl i- . ..
1 T. "
Ot" A tall Hibernian entered the office of
a music teu3her und inquired:
'Whut is t!ie prlcu of a saison of mu
sic ? . ',-..,' 1 -1
I charge $25 for ih?"finn quarter, $ tO for
the second, and f 15 fur ihj tliirJ,' was tha
reply. . ' ". -. .
Then. sir.' replied" Pl'il- drn; please
put me down fur ih third tjUttru-r s fe pom-,
mnitciiiii'iii,'..
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