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POETRY. From the Sunday Herald. SEEING'S NOT BELIEVING. BV T HAViVES JIAVtEV. 1 fa w her at 1 fancied fair, Yea fairest of earths creatures; i saw the purest red and while O'ersprcad her lovely features; She.fuinied, and I.sprinkled her, Her malady relieving; J wash'd both rose and lily off Oh! -seeing1 not believing:! looked again, again I long'd To breathe love1 fond confession; I law her eye-brows formed t givo Bar face its arch expression; Butum is very apt ta crack, And whilst my breath was heaving, It so fell out that one fell off! OalaeetngVnot believing! Ijsaw the tresses on her brow, So beautifully braided: I never saw in all my life, Locks look so well as they did. filis walked with me one windv day Ye zephyr'iiefty soihievingf The lady lost her flaxen wig! Oh! secing's not believing! 1 sawfber (brmbylNature's hand So prodigally finished 8he were less pei feet (enlarged, Less perfect ( diminished; Her toilet I surprised the worst Of wonders then achieving; None knew the bustle I perceivedi Oh! seeing1 oot belicvingi I saw when costly gems I give, The smilo'Vuh which she took And if she said no tender things, I've often aeon her look them; I saw her.niy affianced bride And then my mansion leaving, She ran awuy wiih Colonel Jones! Oh! lading's not baieving! them Father Sullivan. On board the- teamjboal Uoulougue, an Irish gentle snan gave us, on honour, a specimen ifH rnin which he declared he heard Father Sullivan, of Ballymore deliver. Faiher S., says the narrator was a worthy matt, with a red face, who found his parishioners rather alsci in payina; their Easier dues, and lie took Ihe following simple means to quicken Iheir apprehension. Preach ii'g to thcin about the gathering lime, he said "My Christian bretheren and worthy parishioners, we must all die You must die, Tim Hearty, though fat and big you are; Kid you must die, Alistresi llennessy, though you are a likely and decent woman. You must li, N,-( Canty though you havesla led your ntw house; and I must die, though I am a priest of the parish and have i he care of all your souls the I,oid between you and harm to ac rount for at the great and last day, an men, I am thinking honest men, hal account I will be able to give to God Almighty of ye all, from the top lo the boltomjof the parish. I will liave to walk at your head, on Ihe day ol judgment, carry ing all your sins An my hard, and standing before uoodness to excuse you from the dev il and hisjangels, who will be roaring nd stirring the fire lo roast ye-. Ihe Iord spare you from his hand. Eh! then, when I'm at your head, Quod nese will ax me, 'What kind of congregation liavaye here. Father S ?' ami I will say'Pretly much like other congregations, my' Lord,' Coodness will tlien ax m, how are h v i ff lor drunkenness, Father S. ? od I will answer, 'Mighty decent, jhae the Lml ? And so Goodness will go thioiigh ihe ten command men s, snd the precepts of tho church no the raruinalrvirtues, and ihe sev -on deadly sins, snd may be its a good character I will he tMe to give ye my Christian hearers. Hut when Good sieis axes, 'How wero they off Father Sullivan, for paying iheir Easterdues' whai answer shall I give to that, ye Wlacligunrd ? INniv mind me honest nu ll, next Sunday will be Eisler-day, snd l:t ma see whttan auswir I'm to give the Loid." AD Ml MIS Tli A TO IV S A O T'CE O'fICK is hereby given, that all per Xl soils indebled lo the estate ol Chailes llrowli Into of Harrison Township, Cur roll county , Ooh, deceased, arc required 10 muko imiiieiliaio settlement with the subscriber; and' nal who have claims a K "I'M sail estate will presont them legal ly.jyrutan for settlement within twelve snonths from this dalo WILLIAM FINCH, Adm'r of . CHARLES BROWN, dec, Nov. 97,11, 18115. j. g. Kennedy informs ihe citi Eens of Carroltton snd his customers mers, generally, that he has removed to the bul.ding on Markot street, one door West of ihe Post Office, and nearly op rosile Mr. Kendall Juchsonai Store where, hers preparer" ti do nil kinds of work in th TAILUR'NG Line, in the neatest manner and ,'.on tho most ac c immodatiikg lornis. N B. ). O. Kennedy has just rccoiv jd Wilson's (Now York) Ru10rl 0f pa8h ions for tho Spring and Summer of 1835. Carrollton, May 1, 1835. 0HB CARROLL FREE PRESS, Is published every Friday by Pkarce ano Ciimsty, at $2 per annum, payable halfyeirly in advance; if payment be de layed until after the end of the year $2, 50, will be charged. Advertisements not exceeding oue square will he inserted three weeks for one dollar, four dollars for six months, and eight dollars per year, Communications must be postpaid. PROSPECTUS For the continuation of the CARROLL FREE-PRESS. 'pIIEinteresl of William Johnston, Esq. in this establishment, having been transferred to John Christy, the Free Press will in future be conducted by Pearcg &. Christy. The political co.n- pUxiou ofthis paper will not be changed the editors being firm in their determi nation to preserve its neutral character. The transfer from Mr Johnston to Christy, has been made with the hope sf ensuring the continuation of a newspaper hi Car rol I ion: And with this view, the editors appeal lo the people of the uouniy for a patronage eqjal lo the merits and impor tance of Iheir nn'erprise. One of the ed itois being a practical printer, and having determined to devote his time exclusively to the interest of the paper, it is conli lent -ly hoped that, with a reasonable increase of iheir subscription list, ihe Carroll Free Press mny he continued to the mutual nd vantage of both subscribers and publish ers. Of the convenience and necessity of n public Journal, published at the county seat, every citizen of the county must be convinced ; and tho eihtorstrust that, the people of Carroll will sustain them in their efforts to promote public good, and to sc cure an honest maintenance. Terms. The Free Press will he pub lished every Friday morning, at Two Dol lars per annum, payable half yearly in advance. If payment bo delayed until after the end of the year, Jji'J 50 will be required. B it as payment in advance is lor the interest ol all particB, this mod is respectfully recommended. Advertisement j inserted nt the usual rate. All communications addressed lo the Editors must be post paid. 3. PEARCE &.J. CHRISTY. Carrolllon, Carroll Co.O Sept. 1835 OiMoliiiion of Partnership. M Ml I h Partnership lately existing tie tween Johnston and Pearce, as pub Ushers of the Carroll Free Press, has been dissolved by consent All who have claims against the lute firm, are requested to pre sent Iheir accounts lor settlement, In J Pearce, lo whom all debts due the linn musl bo paid without unnecessary delay WM JOHNSTON, JOH N PEARCE. Carrolllon Oct. 18511 NOTICS. HE undersigned, appointed a com mittce lo contract with competent' workman, to build n church at Ihe Big Spring, wish to tako proposuls for tho erection of the aam,, the annul ng summer the sizn is 45 by 5."; the wall is to be ol brick, 15 feel high, (lie first contract to enclose tho house and lay the under floor. Tho place of building is ton miles west of Carrolllon Monroe Township, Carroll county Ohio, for further particulars en quire ol tho committee. AARON ELLIOT. -i JOHN BARK, peter KICK, JOSEPH CELLERS, NATHANIEL llAYDEN.J January. Hlh, 198ft, c 3 i A I) Ml MS Tit A TO ICS NOTICE. ALL nelsons having claims against . the Estate of John McKuighi late oi Monioo Township Carroll county, de ceased, are hereby notified to present the same legally proven for settlement with in one your from this dale, and all those indebted lu the estate are required to make immediate pay menu ELLIS WILKIN Administrator. January 8th 1835. EXE CUTOli'S A O TK E. NOTICE is hereby given, that all who are indebted to Ilia eslHtoof Elij ih Moore late of Orangn township, Carroll county, Ohio, deceased , nro required to make irh mediate payment to the subscriber; and all who have legal claims ngninsi said estate, will present them properly proven lor settlement, within twelve months from this date. TIIOS. CUMMINGS, Executor. January 1st, 1830, MILL STONES. Ajtik PAIRS LAUREL HILL MILL S ONES, oj various sixes, from I led to 2(l 'iicbos. Just reeeived i.nd (or sale by JOHN RIIEY, No, 8, Wood street, Pittsburg. Juno 1835 S. Mtokely and If. M'tflavc, Attprntei and Counsellors at Law, 11 AViiu lormed a partnership in IX iheir profession, will practice io- guthttj in Carroll county, Ohio. R. McCL WE may bo consulted nt his office io Carrolllon, or S. STOKELY in Steubenville, and in all cases the re. "niner of the ono willengnge the service of the other. Carrollton, Sept. 1834. T. JOHirGTOiTT" Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, HAS removed his Office io the room lately occupied us iho Auditor's Oflico, Carrolltor, Carroll countv, Ohio April 10, 1835 ADVERTISEMENT. SEVENTH VOLUME OP TUB KNICKER BOCKER MAGAZINE. The January number of the Knick erbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine commences a new volume, and will form the twenty-first number issued under the supervision of its present Proprietors and Editors, in the brief Advertisement by which the new serie was introduced to the public whose patronage was only so far soli cited, as it should seem to be deser ved, that the assistance of some of the ablest pens in tha country had been secured in behalf of the work, and that, as it was thereafter to de pend rather upon itsmeritj, than up on frequent announcements of the future excellence to which it was to(at lain, il was submitted toils readers with the confident hope that it would prove deserving of the public favor. This hope has not been disappointed. Up lo Ihe present moment, the Jour nals of the different States in the Uni on, (to the number of more than six hundred,) and that silent but convin cing sign, a steady increase of patron age, have borno testimony, that the labors of the many eminent writers presented to the public thro' the medi um of this periodical have not been undervalued. V hile, therefore, the publishers acknowledge wiih grati (ude the kindness with which their exertions have been received, they wuuld take this occasion to repeat, that Iheir efforts will be untiring, and that in a ratio wiih the enhancement, t ( tl.eir ability, through the liberality of the public, will be their endeavors without regard to labor or expense lo ca'er acceptably for the various literary appetites of a wide Nilional community. Tho subjoined is o brief plan of Ihe work, Ls Original papers will be so vary e.il as to lurin a combination of tho Uesful wiih the Entertaining and Ihe Agreeable. Thpse will embrace the departments of Useful science, Essays, Tales and Poetry which may leserve the name. The Literary Notices will comprise summary and candid reviews of new works, with such extracts, when prac ticable, as may be necessary to fvir.ee the justice of the accompany iug criti iciamii The Editor's Tables will bj devoted lo ihe fimiliar discu-sinn of local and general matters, inc udin; the Drama, Ihe Fine Arts, etc. The publishers design to make the Maga zine agreeable to I lie old and young lo the spdale and the gay, to all par ties in polilic?, (a subject from vvhieh, being Ron porlizins, they stand all a(9f,) to mingle the val uable with the amusing. and lo pur Mie the tenor cf their way, with conli al feelings towards all colemporaries. The work will contain belween 80 and 90 pages, of a close and beautiful type, per month, making two vol umes, of upward of a thousand pay.es, al the end of the year. And the pro prietors believe they may safely affirm that, as regards beauty of execution, the Knickerbocker Magazine will not suffer in comparison wiih any similar publication foreign ordomeslic. It may not be amiss lo say in addition lo many contributors whoso merits are incuu testable, and whose Ulcnls ire honor able to the country, this Magazine will be found, before the close of the seventh vol. lo contain articles from the pens of James K. Paulding. VV, (!. Hrj anl, the Rev, Timothy Flint, II. W. Lonnfellow, author of 'Ojtre Mer, Dr. R. M. Bird, author of Po lor Simple ' 'Jacob faithful, ' 'Japhct in search of a Father,' etc., William Lpgnet, aulhur of 'Naval Stories,' E. L. Bulwer, author of aPclham,''l)eve rcux,' ect. James (J. I'ercival, Esq.; William A. Duer, LL. D.. President of Columbia College, William L Sione, Rev. Waller Collon, author of 'Ship and Shore,' Matthew Carey, E?q Alissl'aony liemble, (.Mis. JJuiler,) Gen. 11. L. D. Holstein, author oi Talleyrand, ' 'Secret Police of Nipo leon,' etc. Mrs. H. Sigourney, Miss Mary Anne Hrowne, London, Mrs Elicit, Miss Leslie Rev. Calvin Col ton, author of 'Four Years in Europe. Mrs. Baponie, Mrs. S. A. Philips, Rev J. V. Schroedcr, MissL. E. Lon don, Henry R. Shoolcrafl, Esq , Ty rone Power, Rev, Constant ine C. Pise Col. McKenny, Hon. D. D. Barnard B. W. Richards, Esq., Robert Mor ris, Eq Dr. John Barber, Professor ul hlocution, W. B. Cliorley, Liver pool, translator of Korner, VV. Fisher Ames, Esq , Philadelphia, W. D IWrien, Esq, Georgia, Professur L- L Daponle, VV. ft, Simms, author of 'Guy Rivers.' B. B Thatcher, author of a 'Biography of Ihe Aborigines of America,' Samuel L Knapp, Dr Samuel Metcalf, Hon. JuiUo Hall, author of 'Border Tales,' Sketches of Ihe West, etc. Professor Rafincsque, Philidelphia, Dr- Ruschenburger, au thor of 'Three Years in England, No nh Webster, LL. D. John Ionian, J. Gould. Mrs. Sedgwick, author of Allen Prescott,' etc., William Dunlap authorof 'History of the Arts of De sign in the United States,' etc, Miss C. M. Sedgwick author of Redwood, Hope Leslie,' etc. Dr Rmh, PhilaUel- phis,;Mary Howit, England, I. M' Lellan Jr. Eq, Boston, Rev. W. T. Brantley, Philidelphia, Hon. W. II. Seward, Rev Orville Dewey John P, Kennedy, Esq. author of 'Horse shoe Robinson,' etc. William E Bur ton, Esq. Philadelphia, George Lunt, Mass., Rev- H.J. Wh Rehouse, D. D. Edward S. Gould, Grenville Mellen, Esq. Mrs Emma C. Embury, Rev. E S, Gannet. Boston, Rev, F. Beasly L L. D. New Jersey, James Brooks, E-q Maine, Miss;H. F Gould Rev W. B. O. Pea body, Charles West Thompson, Mrs. K. A. Ware, Enos T. ThrootMarlin, and many other writers whose contribution to the quarterly reviews and other emmi nent publications, have won deserved encomiums. 'The foregoing fads; in lelalion to this Magazine, since it came into the hand) of i s present Proprietors, are given not in a vain and boasting spirit, but to show the course which is intended to be pursu ed, and the means which are at com mand to iffect the fulfilment of the promise assumed by the work, and so liberally commended by the puhlic. THIRD VOLUME OF THE AM) VtESTEHN llOimcULTUKIST. In presenting a proepeclus for the third volume of tho Ohio Farmer to the publicjj tha Editor conceives it unnecessary lo enter into n minute doiail of its charac ter and object. 'These have been clearly evinced since its commencement, and !rom the high testimonials received from Agriculturists and lloriicullurists of the first standing and intelligence, he;is not without a hope that his lalors have been of some service to the causu of Western Agriculture, and that there una .been, ut feast partial satisfaction lo those who pat ronUe the woik. There was never a period ofdeeper ta lercsl to ihu cultivators of tha soil in the great valley ol'lho Mississippi than ithe present. There, never was a lime when intelligence cuuld be put to belter uses when knowledge was of greater advnn lae. It is il.e era of advancement in ihe arl and science, of the cultivation of i he earth, and the improvement of useful am mats. And he w ho refuses to keep pace with the limes, by informing himself of what is transpiring eround him, will loose more than half the pleasures and ndvnn ages ol his own age The certainty of a ready market and a rich reward for all ihe productions of the earth should be u double stimulcui to iucrcuso the quauti ty. ' The OHIO FARMER will bedovoted toOaioiNAi Essays, and urticlcs select oil Iroin the best works, and occasionally illustrated by ENGRAVINGS, Nongri cultural work ever published iu the West has been so liberuliy supplied with origi nal articles, Ihe most ol which ha-vo boon copied and received a wide circulation in oilier papers 'The culture of soil im provement ofnninals of garden vegeta-lilcs- of Agricultural implements, und Geology Botany, Chymisiry, See, &c. will receive duo utlcniion. SI'LK As the culture of this new nr nolo of wculth and industry, is exciting universal interest through the w hole conn try, we contemplate devoting tiulficicMi portion of the Volume of ihe Farmer lo this subject, to give all new beginners u fair starl, who may wish to enter into tlio business, either on a large or a small scale, IVorn the sowing of iho mulberry seed to the reeling and manufacturing of the cocoons, colouring Sfc Each Volume of this paper is furnish cd with a 'Title Paso und Index, express ly for binding, and will in.ikc about 200 page, The h si number of Iho Third Volume will be published on the 1st day of January, 183d CONDITION'S. The Farmer is published twicu a inonlh ut $1,00 fa aittftct. All notes on sol vent Banks received. Payment mny bo mado at our risk, frccof postage. Per sons obtaining 5 subscribers and lorward ing tho money, shall receive a copy for their trouble. (Editors, who wish to receive Ihe Tliird Volume willpleaso publish the n hove, and forwnrd their papers for ex change, Columbus, Ohio, November, 1833. P0323T-3:0K LCSTi LOS T in Currollion, or somewhere in this vicinity, a small leather Pu'kel-Bonk much soiled by use, containing six do) lurs in money thesame being olio bunk bill of S3, cno of !fl ; und two dollars in silver; with soveral notes of hand umouu ling (as nearly as recollected,) to twenty one dollars. A reasonable Ruwakd will bo given lo any person who may have found said puckct book, and will return it with its contents to the subscriber. JOHN SALMON. Dec. 18th,fl835. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP THE Firm of McDowell Sc McElder ry has been ilisso ved by mutual consent, Notice, therefore, is given to all who uro indebted to said firm, thai tho undersigned have placed their com pany Books, No'.es, A;c. Ill tho hands ol J. Pearce, in Carrolllon, wiih whom set tlemenf must be made before the 20th of November next, otherwise collections will necessarily be made iru7t costs. ALEXANDER McDOWELL, ROBERT McELDERRY. Carrollton, October 23, 1835. Town LiOts ON THE SANDY V BEAVER CANAL fBHE subscril.er oilers at privnie sale J rSS or 30 TOWN LOTS in Hamilton's Addition tothu town of WAYNESBUGII, Stark County, Ohio, These Lois are beautifully situated im mediately on tho Canal, (at the point whore it is crossed by the great highway, from Steubenville to Canton;) and, in part, along a bluff which aflords iho most communding and advantageous sites for WAREHOUSES, Near the centre ol the plut, there will be u lurgo and co n mudious Basill, which together with the natural advantages uf the situation, will render theso the most desirable and valuable Lots on the Cuual, Waynes burgh is situate in themidslofn fertile and populous country: und, in the opin ion of commercial men, promises lo ie come the most important point on the Sandy and Beaver Canal. Persons de sirous to make purchases of lots in n place every way eligiblo for business, will do well to call on Iho subscriber, who will make Ihe terms known, und wurraul the tillo to purchasers ANDREW HAMILTON, Waynesburiih, Oel ltith, 1885, ;civ Grocery More. THE subscriber Ins just received and is now opening, in the king while house formerly occupied by Dr. Patton, fronting the Public Square, a well selec ted suuiily of GROCERIES, Consisting in part, of 'Teas, Sugar Cof fee, Molasses, Mackarol, lobacco, co gars, Spices, Pepper, Ginger and ludign, Lead, Po'vcler arid Shot, Soap, Shoeblack ing. A Hum, Pearlash, Collon Bitting Raisins, Confeciionnries &c. &c. All of which he will sell on the most (easoilli ble terms for cash, or approved country produce. 5.C MARKER. Ciirrollinn. Dec.4 li AOMLVlSTliATOU S Ac 1 1 IKfOTICE is hereby given, thai nil per "sons indebted to the estate of Stephen Maxwell, late ol Orange 'Township, Cm roll county, Ohio, deceased, are required to make immediate settlement wiih the subscriber; and nil who have claims u gainst said estate will present them jejral ly proven for settlement within twelve iuooths from this date. BENJAMIN PRICE, AdnV. ol STEPHEN MAXWELL, dec. Nov. 27th 1S35. ADM1MS I RA lUh'S iSUTitE Nj OTICE is hereby given, thai all per sons indebted to llieestate of Daniel Berleene, lute of Orange 'Township, Car roll county, Ohio, deceased, are required to make immediate setllement wiih the subscriber; nnd all who hava claims a galnst said estate will present them legal ly proven for settlement within twelve ii.onihs from this date. ELIZABETH BERLEENE, Administratrix Nov. 27th, 1835. FALL & GOODS, For Sale by the Piece or Package, OW opening at No. 68, Wood St. Pittsburgh, an unusual large as sorlment of foreign and .DcmcsUc D2VT GOODS, Purchased in ihe Eistcrn Cities, most, ly throuyh the dull business months. (.June and July,) wiih a particular view to the present und approaching seasons. Every facility will bo offered lo meet the terms and wishes of purchasers WATERMAN PALMER. Pittsburgh, Pn. Sept. 11, 1835. 7t 3,000 FUENCH BURR 'II LOCKS 8 2 BLBC'TEDat thcQuarries in France. receiving by latest arrivals, where me also lo bo had, iho Burr Mill Stone, warm tiled ajual to any in the United States. JOHN RIIEY, No. 8, Wood street, Pittsburgh June 19, 1835. MARBLE YARD, M-MIH::t 8, WOOD STltEET, PITTSBURG. jlTARBLE Mantels, with Pilasters lv.I. "id Columns, Head and Foot Stones, Monuments, Tomb Stones, Car bio Counters, Slabs for Pier and Centre Tables, Slubs for Side Boards, Door Sills and Steps, und ull work in the Marble line. Otjer thnnkfully received Sf prompt ly executed on moderate terms, by JOHN RHEY & Co. June 12, 1835 Attorney ut Law, PRAC TICES in the Counties of Co lumbiana, Stark, nnd Carroll. He. will attend lo the collection of claims, assist administrators, executors, und yunrdians, in the discharge of Iheir du ties; and do any other business apper. taming to his profession. Oflico in Niiw I ubon, Columbiana connty, Ohio. JanuorvlG. 1835. If. O Y HoB't U Call and settle off your old accounts nnd duebills. I want to lay my old BOOKS away,- therelore, I wish them settled off the tune set is until tho 20th of March next. 11. A. ST1DGER. Feb. 5th, 183S. 50 Barrels New Orleans Molasses Just received and for sale by CATLETT & HEATON. Wellsviile, Nov, 20, 1835. TO )liy OH 'flKUS AI The undersigned, owners of Merchant Flouring Mills, io Pcunsj Ivauia, Ohio anil Western Virginia, having severally purchased uoit lor soinuliiiiu had in opo ration, French Burr Mi I Siones, manu factured by Mr Joint Rhey of ihe city of Pittsburgh, take a plcasmu in staling that their Burrs, both ic the -quality of the ma,-, terial and in the workmanship, have giv en the most en: ire sntisfuciiuti. The enterprise manifested by Mr Rhey in establishing this inaHufuctory, his ex ertion in procuring the most experienced workmen, his Care and skill in (he selec tion olslone of u superior description, strongly recommend his esiabfishneut lo the notice of purchasers, and we are hap py to have it in our power to bear this public testimonial in his favour, .las. Patterson, Hfbhlioni Beaver co. P.i. S Walker, & CO. E i.aliellit-owu, J. A. Mi ler, R rion Mdls L Mitchell Suwii kley Jaetib II. Z iler, 11 urtsori Mil' Isaac Walker, near Pittsburgh .1 i meg I). White, New Casile Mills l"ln Poiih, E.ilsion, Beaver cK Geo. (7bnper& J. CiS3iilay, S earn Mil. near Pillsl mail . Isaac Panguiu, M .Muiiongahela Ron VV. D. Hawkins, Allegheny 1M. Pm. Pa. P.i P.. Pa. Pa. Pu. ra. Pa. Pu. Pa. Pa. Ohnti. ' Pa. P.. Va. Vn. Oliio. Pa. Croli, Pine creek Abrahnm Scbeler, Zilienopole David M. Junkiu, Etna Furnace, James Morrow, Oarroll ca. F. Ziiler, Big Beaver, R. & J. Lindsay, Venango, co, J Johnston, Stephen Mnple, J. Mei.ns, Steubenville, Pittsburgh , Fubrnnry 19, I8S3. tiii'oeei'ic ut Wliule-alc. CATLE T T & HEATON, are just re ceiving a very General Assortment und heavy Block of trrocenes Pittsburgh manufactured urticlcs, Sc Iticludmg 160 Bigs Rio CoJe 30 chests V'ounn Hj son Tea. 30hlf. do 'do 80 13 ib Boxes do do 10 20 2,000 25 1.000 1 ,000 150 50 0 lb. Gun powdiT, dit Bax Chocola'e. " "losf Sugar hbls.N. 0. do. Allspice " l'e;j)(.r M CleVLS l Nutmegs 50 Mats. Cassea 20 Kegs Heatty's Powder 10 do Hock do 20 Box. Eastern Tobacc 10 Kegs do da 10 Box Pipes 25,000 Common Segars 10 000 Spanish do 5,000 Melee do 2 Ceroons of India 1 hhd. Madder -3 Casks Alum 2 bbls. Spirits Turpentiaej 1 Tierce Sperm Oil 1 Whale, do Spanish Whiting do Browu Venetian Red Glue Salt Petre i Epsom Salts 1,000 500 500 500 300 300 4. . X 0 Boxes Shaving Soap 10 Qr. casks Sweet Malaga Winej o 5 5 St. Lucre du Lisbon Porte do )e do Supr. Old 1,000 lbs. Ass'd. Conecttonaries 1 case L:quoiice 500 lbs. Keg Raisins 10 Boxs. do 2 bbls. Almonds 2 do Giound nuts 1,000 lbs. Cast Steel 1,000 do Eng. Blist, do Mill and Crosscut Saws, Shovels, Spades, Patient buckets Collon ysrn assorted Nos,, Candlewick, Cotton bat ling, Cordage cf every kind, Shot, Lead, Writing and wrapping paper, Iron, Nails, Glass and Sash. Also, 20 crates Qucensware assort ed, 75 Dozen common plates by tho dozen. All of which ihey offer on as good terms, as they can be bought west of iho mountains. CATLETT HEATON. Wellsviile, Nov. 1st, 1335. NOTIGF, BY virtue oi uu order lo us directed, by John Shober, justii.e ofihe PBaco for Jefferson I p., in Car.oll county we 'he unduisigiied do ceri ,fy (,at we" have v iewed and appraise j a certain stray mare, taken up by John Korken ol said township, and fi r-.d ihe same to be a dark bay, white in l.er forehead, and two hind feet white, n .iout fourteen hand hih JU supposoheno he between 15 and JJO years old, nnd value her at (nor ilnii. Given under our hands this 2d day of Jari GEO. SMITH, i JOHN Y1NGLING. J Appraisers Sworn io and subscribed before me this 2d day of January, A. D. 1830. JOHN SHOBER.J.P. , Slate of Ohio, Carroll County, SS. It is hereby certified that ihe foregoing ' is a true copy from my esiray book. Given under my hand and seal this 12ih day of Jan. 1830. JOHN SHOBER, J . P.