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THE WIDOW'S HOME
BY MR. ABDY. 0! press me not, my ftiendi, to team Tiii horn endeared by former ties, Nor deem that I could cease to grieve Beneath the smiles of foreign skies, Let those who fancied ill endure, la March of rest from home depart, ehangs of place can ever euro The settled terro we of the heart. These scene my fond affections claim, They speak of calm end peaceful life; Here, first a happy bride -1 cme. Hew, dwelt for yearn happier wife: And though with him' I loved, baa fled, Each former image of delight, Still while his fsvourile haunts 1 tread, 1 feel I have not lost him quite. Tin crttt.mra surround me here. Where those who shared hie bounty - 1 The chutch embowered in tree is near, Where on the Sabbath day nekneiu Oft in ait onen book 1 trace Some passage by hi trace approved-, 'Or greet in a familiar face, Some friend by him esteemed & loved. till would the widows' mournful dress With strange and distant scenes accord ; III would her heart's louelines Brook the light jest, the heedless word: It is my cherished solace now, In all who meet me to accost, Those who can feel and can avow Tho worth of him I loved and lost. TluHk not yoWT friendly seal-I slight, Although your counsels I repel; J1 Mve me, like the Shunnmite, With iny own people" still to dwell, Mv thought are lojny lost one given, My place is by this quiet hearth, And only for hi home in heaven, May I desert hi home on earth. tfS-jlected for the Free Press ) THB GRAVE. t) man, that is of woman born, Lives but a day-, and lives to mourn'! Lifo is a stormy sea l best: The Grav the hum e' his rest! O, many a seafve erose'd to-find A balm to heal a troubled mind: Cut I'll romo uo more, by land or wiwre, for there's o Best but in the (iiiAVk! 'I met a bngnron the way, AVrh sunken oheeks and tresses gray -"Cold blows the wind," hesigh'd duuid, "And Ihin and tattered is my plaid.; The rain heats hard, the north winds rrrv.-.'1 But there's a shelter in thegrnve! I saw a mother who sal and cried, And rung her hands by the highway side Hushl hush my babe, no bread "1 have, Ju1 t hero's no hunger in the grave! 1 saw in his fluid an ajicd man, The sweu'. down his wrinkled visage ran; ONsrenine villi toil ho laid him down, 1 saw him weep, I heard him groan, O this is a life of toil at best, 'Rut in Urn ilenl irravo there's rest'!' A widow sat by her husband's tomb JL r eves were CUM, and she wail'd her doom, 1 beard her sob and 1 hoard tier rove There is no mourning in the grave! An old man stood by a willow tree, And wept and wiifd most bitterly 4Mv heart is broke and my peace gone, 'For in that grave lies my only son: Qod jwslly took what he kindly gave; 'But there is comfort in the grave! 4 went to the Lzar house to see The siek mnri1 woe and agony 'J'b'V'ot were scorched by the fever's tirr; AndsoMa wi-ro rock'd by eeiivulsions Airr; y pale consumption some were blasted; By blon ted '(hops y tome were wasted; iouio uiuucd uluud, some sorearnvd u- ma'in, And cried,ihis life's a 'life -of 411110, 'Thy aid, 0 Deuthl ihy aid 1 crave for there's no sickness in the graved I walked on Ue shoro of the ocean Jfaod, Wbeu the wave were high aad the wind.-, were loud, Anfl i saw a ship en the tossing main, She sunk with her -crew ne'er to rise a- Cut the warns may roar the winds may rave Thire is no tempest in the gravel 1 wasdered forth in a lonesome grove And heard a youth bewail his love '() s nl is tho iioooless lover's doom; J3it there is quiet in the Town! JF lire is stormy sea ut best, And the grave the JJaen of our rest, Shall man the waves and tempest beer When the port is nigh and safety therr J. 0. JiEiVNGUY informs the on rrns of Cirrolkon and his customers mere, generally, that be has removed to tne but ding on Market street, one uoor West of the Pest Office, and nearly op (ramie Mr. Kendall Jackson's Store where he is ornearer' t do all kinds of work in the TAILOR'NQ Line, in the neatest manner and ,on the most ac c immodating term. N B. J.G. Kennedy has just reeeiv ed Wilson's (New York) Report ol Fash ion for the Spring end Summer of 1835. Carrollton, May I, 1S35. GOODS ait INow your um, you mat want cheap - II U 1 fa.:J .. ..... (tOt, can on ii. a. Oliover, on tflO lllll. i n.i. ten 9 Jeb, 3ib, 1835. niRS CARROLL FREE PRE3S, is s n,iKlih.-deverv Friday by Psarce vi. (!umiTr. at z oer annum, payable halfyeirly inadvence; ir payment be de layed until after the end of the year $2, 50, will be charged. Advertisements not exceeding one square will be inserted hi-pp weeks Tor one dollar, four dollars for six months, and eight dollars per year, Communication muat be post par o. PROSPECTUS For the continuation of the CARROLL FREE-PRESS. 1pHEinterest of William Johnston, Esq. in this establishment, having been transferred to John Christy, the free Press will in future be conducted by PxABOs &. Chrhtt. The political com plexion oflhis 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 (he hope of ensuring the continuation ofa newspaper in Car mlltntir And with this viow. the editor appeal to the people of the county for a patronage eqjal to the murits and impor tun nf hor nn'ernrisR. One of the ed itors being a practical printer, and having determined to devote ms time exclusivity to the interest of the paper, it is confident ly hoped that, with a reasonable increase oftheirsubscriplion list, the Carroll Free Press may be continued to the mutual ad vantage ol both subscribers ana puuiisn- Of ilm convenience end necessity of a nnl.lic Journal, nublishsd at the county aunt, everv citizen of the county must be convinced; und the ecitorstrusl that, the npnnln of Carroll will sustain them in ttieir efforts to promote puoitc good, ana 10 so r "r ... . , cure an hooest maintenance. Thrum. The Free Press will bo pub lished every Friday morning, at Two Dol lors per annum, payable half yearly in advance. Ifpaymont be delayed until after the end of the year, $2 50 will be rnnuireil. But as navment in advance is lor the interest of ail parties, this mode is respectfully recommended. Advertisement inserted at the usual rate. All communications addressed to the Editors must be pnst paid . J. PEARCE&J. CHRISTY Carrollton, Carroll Co.O Sept. 1833 fMMHdtUton of Partnership. iMtilli-Partnership lately existing ue epL tween Johnston and Pearco, as pub lishers of the Carroll Free Press, has been dissolved bv consent All v-ho have claims adflinet the late firm, are roquested to pre sent their accounts lor settlement Pearco, to whom all dolus must bo paid without tin JOHi Carrollton Oct. 1853 "MIIH undersigned, appointe initloe to contract with competen In k.llllt a ohnrnk nl Ihn Ril. -i- i i... ..- ..i r... ii, OpriOJi, WIOII in lima puijiuouio iwi erection of ihe same, the ensuing summer ihn sir.n is 45 bv 55: the wall is to be ol brick, 16 feet high, the first contract to enclose the house and lay the under floor. Thn -place of building, is ten miles west of Carrollton Monroe Township, Carroll county Ohio, for further particulars en quire of the committee. AARON ELLIOT. 0 JOHN BARK, I PEPER EICK, ) i. JOSEPH CULLERS, 5 NATHANIEL HAYDEN, J f January. 8th, 1835. AD MINIS T liA TOWS NOTICE. 4 LL persons having claims against t the isiniu of Ji.hn McKniuht late of Monioe Township Carroll county, de ceased, are hereby notified to .present the same legally proven for settlement with in one year Irom this date, and ait inose indebted to the estate are required to make immediuto payment.- LLLI WIMVIft AduMiMStrator. Jimuiry 8th 1835. EXElIUTOKSNOfWE NOTICE is hnrebv ffiven.thal nil who nre indebted to the estalo of Elijah Moore latu of Orange township, Carroll county, Ohio, deceased, ivre reuuired to make im mediate payment to the subscriber; and all who have legal claim against sain estate, will present them properly proven for settlement, within twelve months from fliw date. THOS. CUMMINGS, Executor. January 1st, 1830, MILL STONES. A(t PAIRS LAUREL HILL MILL hW STONES, et various sizes, from 4 feet to 20 .ncbes. Just received and for sale by JOHN RHEY, No, 8, Wood street, Pittsburg. June 1835 . Mtokely and K. B'c lave, AUomie and CotuueUors at Law, HAVING formed a partnership their profession, will practice to getherin Carroll county, Ohio. K. McCLWt may he consulted at his office in Carrollton, or S. STOKELY in Steubenville, and in all cases tho re. niner of the one will engage the service of the other. Carrollton. Sept. 1834. Attorney ani. Councilor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, HAS removed hi Office 10 ihe room lately Becupied as the Auditor's mm. , wcupiou I AIC.. n.JClll.- n .11 ..... I a. Ol.in vmumui-, umiuM wuu ij, whi I lA t)S ts , to J.I - uatd-SaOTh i n com- : ADVERTISEMENT. SEVSNTH VOLUME OF 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 briet Advertisement oy wmcn me new series was introduced to the public i - s whose patronsge was only so ur son died, as it should seem to be deser ved. that the asststsnce ot some ot ihA ablest nens in the country had been secured in behalf of the work, nd that, ss it wss thereafter to de- pend rather upon its merits, then up on Jrequent announcements n mo fulure excellence to wnicn it was i isin. it was submitted to its resders with the confident hope that it would prove deserving of the public fuvor. This hope hss not been disappointed. Up to the present moment, me jour nals of the different States in the Uni on, (to the number of more then six hundred,) snd that silent but convin cing sign, a steady increase of patron- age, have borne testimony, tnai me labors of the many eminent wi iters presented to the public thro the otedi urn of Ihis.periodicsl have not been undervalued. While, therefore, the publishers acknowledge with grati tude the kindness with which their exertions have been received, they would take this occasion to repeat, that their efforts willhe untiring, and that in a ratio with the enhancement, ef their ability, through the liberality of the nuhlic. will be their-endeavors ww r without regard to-hmor or expense to cater scceptsDiy lor tne various literary appetites ol a wide mnona community. The subjoined is i brief plan of the worn, itsungtna naners wiH be so varyed as to form nflhe Uesful with the Rntertainins and the Agreeable These will embrsce the departments of Useful science, Essays, Tales and Poetry which may Jeserve tne name The Literary Notice wilt comprise summary and candid reviews of new works, with such extracts, when prac ticable, as msy be necessary to evir.ee the justice otthe accompany tug erni icisms. The Editor's Tables wvH b; devoted to the familiar disceion of local and general matter, includin the Drama, the Pine Arts, etc. design to make the iVJaga eahle Vj the old and young Me gay, to all par W'( subject from non parlizins, they m tn mingle the val- the amusinir. and to pur- tenor cf their way, with cordi al feelings towards all colemporaries The work wi contain Del ween ou I - - ----- and 90 pages, ol s dose and beautilul tvne. oer month, msKing two vol times, of upward of a thousand paes, at the end ol the year. Anu tne pro prietors believe they may safely affirm that, as regards beauty of execution, ihe Knickerbocker Mauzine will not suffer in comparison with any similar publication toretgn or domesnc. tt may not be amiss tossy in addition to many contributors whose merits sre incon testable, and whose tslents are honor able to the "country, this Magazine will be found, before the close -of the seventh vol. to contain articles from the pens oT James K. Pselding. W, C. Brj snt, the Rv, timothy l'lin', II. W. Longfellow, author of 'Outre Mer, Dr. R. M. BirW, auihirr of Po ler Simple ' 'Jacob faithful, ' J iphet in search ofa Father,' etc, William Legget, author of Nuvil Stories,' E. L Bulwer. author of Pdham,,,Deve- reux,' ect. James G. Percival, Esq.; William A. Uuer, LL. U., rresidenl of Cnleanbia College. William L Stone, Rev. Walter Colton, author of Ship and Shore,' Matthew Carey, Esq Miss Fanny Kemble, (Mrs. Builer,) lien. II. L. D. llolstein, author ol Talleyrand,' Secret Police of Napo leon,' etc Mrs. H. Siourney, Miss Mary Anne Browne, London, Mrs Elicit, Miss Leslie Rev. Cslvin Go) ton, author of 'Four Years in hurope. Mrs. Daponle, Mrs. S. A. Philips, Rev J. F. Schroeder, Miss L E. Lan don. Henrv R. Shoolcraft, Esq., Ty rone Power, Rev. Conslantirro C. Pise Col. McKennv. Hon. U. U. Uarnsrd R. V Richard. Esn.. Robert Mor ris, Eq Dr. John Barber, Professor or Elocution, W. n, Chorley, tiver pool, translator of Korner, W. Fisher Ames, Esq , Philadelphia, W. V nrrin. V.ta. Omm la. Professor L L Daponle, W. G. Simms, author of 'Guy Riven.' B. B Tluteher, author of ft 'Biography of the Aborigines of America,' Samuel L. Knapp, Dr Samuel Metcslf. Hon. Judge Hall, author of 'Border Tales.' Sketches of the West,' etc. Professor Rafinesque, Phtlidelphis, Ur- ttuscnenourger, su thor of 'Three Years in England, No ah Webster. LL. D. John Inman, J Could. Mrs. Sedzwiek. author of Allen Prescolt,' etc, William Dunlap author of 'History of the Arts of De sign in the United States,' ete, Miss C. M. Sedgwick author of Ked wood, Hope Leslie,' ete. Dr Rush, Phtladel- at alSBBBBBBIBSBKa Dhia.lMarv Howit, Eoeland, I. M'- Lellan Jr. Esq, Boston, Rev. W. T. Brantley, Phiiidelphia, Hon. W. H. Seward, Rev Orville Dewey John P. Kennedy, Eq. author of 'Horse shoe Robinsen,' etc. William E. Bur ton, Etq. Philadelphia, George Ltrnt, Mass.. Rev. H.J. Whitehoose, U. O. Edward S. Gould, Grenville Mellen, Ksq. Mrs Emma C. fcmbury, Kev. E S, Gannet. Boston, Rev. F. Beesly L. L. D. New Jersey, James Brooks, Em. Maine, Miss H. F Gould Rev W. B. O. Pea body. Charles West Thompson, Mrs. K- A. Ware, Enos T. Throop Martin, and many otner writers whose contribution to the quarterly reviews snd ether emmi nent publications, have won deserved encomiums. The foregoing fscts; in telslion to this Magazine, since it came into the hands of its present Proprietors, are given not in vain and boasting spirit, but to show the eourse which is intended to he pursu ed. and the means which are at com mand to effect the fulfilment of the nromise assumed by the work, and so liberally commended by the public. THIRD VOLUME OF THE AND WESTEU.V UOttTICVLTOUIST. In nresenting a prospectus for the third volume of -the Oliio Former to the public; the Editor conceives it unnecessary to eoterinto a mi.;ute detail of its charac tor and oliject. These have been clearly evinced sinco ita commencement, and from the high testimonials received from Agriculturiats and Horticulturists of the first standing and intelligence, heis not without a hope that his labors hnve been of some service to the cause of Western Agriculture, aod that there has been, at least partiarl satisfaction to those who pat roniso the work. There was never a period of deeper in tere3t to the cultivators oflhe soil in the great valley of the Mississippi than pbe present. There never was a time when intelligence could be put to better uses when knowledge wasf greater advan tage. It is the era of advancement in the art and science of the cultivation of the earth, and the improvement of useful ani mail Ann ha who refuses to kew pace with the times, by informing hi isekfof . IM I what is transpiring erouna mm, win loose more than half the pleasures aod advan ages ol his own age Tho certainly ofa ready market and d rich reward for all the productions of the earth should be a double stimuleot to increase .the quanti ty. ' TbeOrilO FARMER will be devoted toOitioiNAL Essays, and articles select ed from the best works-, and occasionally illustrated by ENGRAVINGS, No agri cultural work over published in the West hqs been e liberally supplied witb origi hi I articles, the most ol which havo been copied and received a wide 'circulation m other priors Tho culture of soil im provement of ani nals mf garden vegetables- of Agricultural implements, 'and Geology liainoy ChyraistTy, nT5t &Cs wiH Ti-ccnvo dae attention. SILK - A Ihe culture ef thiis wtvwar licle of wealth and industry, ts ctrcrfing universal interest through the ntoeWceen ir mm nnlemlnle devotilU a -suffic'tetlt , j, - 1 a portion of the Volume of the Farmer to this subject, to give an new oeginncra u r.t. 4i -m. Who m.iv wish to enter into Ihe business, either on o large OT a email soule, fim the sewing of the mulberry seed to the reering fend manufacturing of the cocoons, coiuui ing cf c. P.,w-h Vuliimn nl'-Uris ofloer is furnish ud with n Title Page and Index, express y far Ui tiding, and will make about 200 pajjes, The lust number ot tne i niru Volume will be published on the 1st day of -January, 1836 CONDITIONS. The Farmer is published twice a month at S 1 .00 in adoance. AH notes on sol vent Uinks received. Payment may be made ai our rik,re of pottage, rer uns obtaining 5 subscribers nnd torwnrd nig the money, shall receive a copy for their trouble. (rE litors, who wish to receive tho 7',,,-, r,.lim will nlenso nublish the a - bove, and forward their papers for ex -chaniie. Columbei, Ohio, Novomner, to F033TS:0 LOST! LO S P in Carrollton, or somewhere in this vicinity, a small leather Pocket-Book much sotkd by use, containing six dol -ikeuma beinL' one bank bill of $3, one ofjl; and two dollars in ailver; with several uoies oi nauu uihuu,. ling (ss nearly as recollected J to twenty one dollars. A reosonable Reward will be given te any person who may have found said pocket book, and will retere it with its contents to ihe subscriber. JOHN SALMON. Deo. 18th, 1835. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP THE Firm of McDowell St McElder ry baa been dissolved by mutual consent, Notice, therefore, is given to all who are indebted to said firm, that ihe undersigacd have placed their com pany Books, No'.es, A;c. in the hands ol J Pearce. in Carrollton, with whom set llement must be made before the 0ih of November next, otherwise collections will necessarily be made tcitn cost. ALEXANDER McDOWELL, ROBERT McELDERRY, Carrollton, October 23, 1635. WownX-ots ON THE SANDY V BEAVER CANAL THE subscriber oners ai private aair US or 30 TOWN LOTS in Hamilton's Addition to the town of tv AVIVE-UUIGH. Stark Count. Ohio. These Lots ore beautifully aitaated im mediately on the Canal, (at the point where it is crossed by the great highway, fi-nm RiAiihrnville to Canton :) and. in! part, along a bluff which affords the most commending and advantageous tiles for WAREHOUSES, Near the centre of the plat, there will bo a largeatid coin modious Basin, which together with the natural advantages of the situation, will render theso the most desirable am valuable Lots on the Canal. Waynes burgh is situate in the midst of a fertile and .populous country: and, in the opin mn nl'nninmercial men. nronihieB to je- cooie the most important point on the Sandy and Beaver Cunul. Persons de sirous to -make purchases of lots in a place every way engioie tor business, wilt do well to can on mo suuscrme who will make the 'terms known, a warrant tne mw i prinwn ANDREW HAMILTON, Waynesburgh, Oct 16th, 1835. New Grocery Store. THE subscriber has just received and is now opening, in the tang white house -formerly occupied by Dr. Paiton, fronting the Public Square, a well selec ted supply of GROCERIES, Consisting in part, of Teas, Sugar Cof Ihe, Molasses, Mackarel, Tobacco, Se gn'rs, Spioes, Pepper, Ginger and Indigo, Lead, Powder and Shot, Soup, Shoeblack ing, A Hum, Pearlssh, Cotton Sitting Raisins, Confectioneries &c &c. All of which he will sell on the most re isona ble terms for cash, or approved co miry produce. S.C MARKER. ; Carrollton Dec. 4th 1835. A DIutA'ISTRATOR'S NOIWE VWGTlC'li is hereby given, that nil per 'sons indebted to the estate ofStephen Maxwell, leteol Orange Township, Car roll county, Ohio, deceased, sre required to make immediate settlement with the subscriber; nd all who have claims a gainst said estate will present them legal I v proven for settlement wilhin twelve months from fhisate. BENJAMIN PRICE, Adm'r. ol STEPHEN MAXWELL, dec. Nov. 27th 1835. ADMINIS TRAIOH'8 NUT4VJ3, OTlCEis hereby given, that all per 1 sow indokiod to ttve estate ol Daniel iBorlecne, late of Orango Township, Car roll county, Olwo, deceased, arerequiren to make immeeVate settlement with the subscriber: and all who have lotms - gainst strid estaite will present them legal 1y proven lor ettiemeni witmn twelve imouihs from this 'date. ELIZABETH BERLEENE, Administratrix Krte.'gym, 1835. TU:LL & O00DS, For Sakty the Piece or Package, NOW opening a No. 88, Wood St. Pittsburgh,' an unusual large as so rt me n't of aforein nnd Domestic BUY GOODS, Purchased in the Eastern Cities, most It' tiirouiii the dull 'business months, (June and July,) with a -particular view to the present and approaching seasons. Every facility will be offered to meet the terms and wishes of purchasers WATERMAN PALMER. Pittsburith.Pa. SepU 11, 1835. 7t M00 FHENCI1 BURR BLOChS ELECTED at ihe Quarries in France J5jusl receiving by latest arrivals, where are also to be had, the Burr Mill Stone, warranted equal to any in the United States. JOHN RHEY, No. 8, Wood street, Pittsburgh June 19, 1635. MARBLE YARD, NUMBER 8, W 000 ST1IEBT, PITTS1URG, MARBLE Mantels, with Pilasters and Columns, Head and Foot Stones, Monuments, Tomb Stones, Car tile Counters. Slabs lor Pier and Centre Tables, Slabs for Side Boards, Door Sills and Steps, and nil work in the Marble line.. Orders thankfully received prompt ly executed on moderate terms, by JOHN KHEi - to. June 13. 1815' Attorney a Law, PRACTICES tn the Counties of Co lumbiana, Stark , and Carroll. He will attend to the collection of claims, assist administrators, executors, end guardians, in the discharge of their du ties; and do any other business upper, taming to his profession. Office in New lisbon, Columbiana connty, Ohio. Januarvl6. 1885. tl. O don't IT Call and settle off your old accounts and , lih i . i... ,v a iinnK'1. uuooiiis. i woiii iu 'j , away; therefore, I wish them settled off- the time set is unui tne u oi march next. U. A. STIDGER, Fab, 5th, 1836. 00 Barrels New Orleans Molasass Juet received cnd for sale by UATLBTT & HEATON. Woi)iyille,Nov,80,1885. TO H IM. OiViHEUsi AS D The undcrsigtied, owners of Merchant Flouring Mitts, in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Western Virginia, having severally purchased and lor some time had in ope ration, French Burr Mi. I Stones, manu factured by Mr John Rhey of the city i f Pittsburgh, take a pleasure in stating thai th ir Burn, both in the quality of the ma terial and in the workmanship, liuve giv en ihe most entire satisfaction. The enterprise ma uttesied by Mr Rhey in establishing this manufactory, his ex ertion in procuring tne most expi-rienceo) workmen, his cure ami skill in the sun c ' ion ol stone of u superior desenp:i ni, strongly rccommei.d his ei-ii bl shnient to ihe notice ol purchasers, una we are hap py to have it in our power to beat this uuii lie testimonial in hisiuvoiir. Jus. Patterson, Brighton, Beater co. Ph. S. Walker, & co. EUxaliethiowu, Pa. J.A Mi ler, R-rion Mills Pa. t. Mitchell Sjwi ckb-y P. Jacob II. Zigler, Hirrtson Mills Pa Isaac Walker, near Piitabur"h P James I). White, Now Castle Mills Pa. John Pugh, Falsioo, Boaver m. Pa. Geo. Cooper & J. Cnssiday, Steam Mil, near Pittsburgh Pa. Isaac P.i-ngurn, S. M. Mohongahela Run - Pa. W. D. Hnwkms, Allegheny Pa, J. Croft, Pine creek Pa, Abraham Scheler, Aoheno.pole fiu David M. Junkin, Etna Furnace, Pa, James Morrow, Carroll co. Ohio. F. Zialer, Big Beaver, Pa, R. 61 J. Lindsay, Venango, co. ra. J. Johnston, Ye. Stephen Maple, Va. J. Mebiis, steubenville, t.'uio. Pit'sburgh, Pa. February 19, 1838. jircerieii :t to holt -;ilf. CATLETT fc II EATON, are iuat re ceiving u very General Assortment und heavy stock of uroceries Pittsburgh manufactured articles,---. 4fu. including 160 Bags RioCoiee SO chests Young Hjson Tea. 30hlf " do do 20 13 lb. Boxes do do to lb. Gun powder, de 20 Box Chocohve. L 2,000 Loaf 'Sugar 25 bbls.N.0. do. 1,000 1,000 J50 50 AlUpice Peppt r Cloves NulflifZJ 41 w 50 Mats. Cassea -30 Kegs IJeatty'a Powder 10 do Hock -do SO Bjx. Kastorn Tbacc to Kegs do do 10 Uox Pipes 25,000 ( om-mon Segwrs iu uuw opanisn vu 5,000 Melee do C Ceroons eTJndiej 1 hhd. Madder 3 Casks Alum 2 bbls. SpiisM Tui-pemt'iine 1 Tierce Sperm Oil 1 Vhle tl 1000 " Spsnish yVWt'knf .500 -do Urowa 500 " Vewctian Red 500 Glue 300 M Salt Pelre 300 " Kpsom Salts SO Boxes Shaving Soap 10 Qr. casks Sweet Malaga Wrn 5 y " St. Lucre do 5 it n Lisbon de 5 Porie oe 2 44 V Supr, Old do 1,000 lbs. Ass'd. Confectismnriea 1 case Liquorice 500 lbs. Keg Raisins 10 Boxs. do 2 bbls. Almoixfs 2 do Ground nuts 1,000 lbs. Cast Steel 1,000 do Eng. Blist, do Mill and Crosscut Saws, Shovels, Spades, Patient buckets, Cottoo yarn assorted JNos., UsnaiewicK, cotton ost ling, Cordage cf every kind, Shot Lead. Writing and wrapping paper, Iron, Nails, Glass and Sash. Also. 20 crates tiucensware assort ed, 75 Dozen common plates by tho dozsn. All of which thev otter on as good terms, as tSeycan be bought west of Ihe mountains, CATLETT ii. HEATON. Wollsville, Nov. 1st. 1835 uoTioa. BY virtue ol au order to us directed by John Shober, justice of the Peace for Jefferson lp., m Carroll county, w, he vndvisigoed decertify that we 'llBVt viewed and appraised a crrtuin ,iray mare, taken up by John Kurkn 0 Mj4 inuiiiahio. and find the lam'. i . Ary 1 ' . - a kyM WW UU'H bay, white in her forehr t0j tw0 uind leet wiie,aoiM iour-,een hands high, eupposeherlo be between 15 and 0 years old, and .illn kur m fm.r dallan. Given uide-. nor hands ihia 2d dav of Jan uary, A..D. 1836. GEO. SMITH, I JOHN Y1NGL1NG.5 Appraitert Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2d day of January, A. D. 1830. JOHN SHOBER, J. P. State of Ohio, CarroU Cosatfy, S8. It is hereby certified that the foregoing la true copy from my eetray book. Given under my hand and seal this 13th day of Jan. 1836.