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THE BELMONT CHRONICLE.
LOCAL INTELIGENCE. t? K rt .ireparril to eseeutr.in li s best style, and ip. ,V on short nolle all kinds of Drinks, Cnrds, tlnndbilli, FnmpMetii( MrcMlars, Tlen-els, Posters Chirk. I.fibrlc, Prltrsimnirs, Itill-llrnds, Illunkt I. A WALK'S UlUltN. Ac.. Ac, In ihort all kind. r .ton l'ltlftl'IMH. Tlftnf In style In Urn m.l r vt lil ! on: at tha llKLmiRr Luscmicta Orrics. All orders promptly STTRNBI-.B to. JETTranairnt arivertiaemcnts did jub woiU must xx pom ior in auvance. & All communications and advertisements niusl b liaixlt '1 in More 10 o'clock oil Weduesdny, or be clayed anotnur wecK. LOYDSVILLE SCHOOL. We had ttie pleasure of attending the ex ercises at tlie Lydcille neb ol on the reg ular monthly review on Saturday Uat. T' ay that we were pleased would but feebly express our feelings at the exerrijer wo were delighted. There ie great aptness en the part of the scholars to receive nnd rctuin instruction, and they appear rem irkibly tho rough. Although diati nctior.s would seem Invidious where all did ' well, w cannot re frain Irom alluding to the Mental Arithmetic class, as being the best we have ever listen d to, The reading class, though composed of small scholars, showed an acquaintance with the rules of reading which would have done honor to older heads, la declamation the pupils showed themselves well instruct ed, and fully acquainted with the impressive ncss and beauty of perfect enunciation, and correct intonation. In this school there are two payers, bath well conducted, and those that we heard were wel! read. This manner of composition is no doubt fraught with great improvement to 1'ie contributor, as it does away with that diffidence which is so greats ,raw back to the full devebpementof tho com posing powers of the young student. But much depends on the editors. Over the door of a Grecian temple a sage caused to be written "Let nothing impure enter here" and we would suggest that sentiment as a motto for these papers. Not that we saw anything impure in the papers read, but to guard ngainst future improprieties. We Ivere pleaded to hear that the cilizns of Loydsville sustain the teacher in his course of instructor, unci fully realize that they have a good school. May they never be without one, is our sincere wish. SCHOOLS. Wu called in at Mr. Moore's school reom on last Fiday afternoon und found himhu y engaged with a very large school. That being a kind of gaUt'.ay the recitations were few, but enough wore given to show that thoroughness and not show was aimed at by the teacher. A new feature in this pcliool is the publication of n paper by the girls, which is read before the school. The first number was rood on Friday. Its articles were interesting, and -vere written well for the first number. Dr. Wat delivered a lec ture to the school on the "Anatomy of the Eye" which was peculiarly interesting, and very instructive to the class. His subject was illustrated by several eyes from animals .so tbrtt his hearers obta ncd a pprfect dem onstration of the Anntoiny of the Eye, from the osseous socket in vhir.ii it rest, through .all its uses, and objects, Fiieh lectures aro .invuluuble to class in Physiology and D?. West deserves the thanks of the school not o'u'y for this single act of kindness, but for his indefatiguble perseverance in trying to render the eclionl what iijshould be. would pay any one to attend Mr. Moore's scluol on Friday afternoons.mnl would more over encouroge the Teacher md scholars their tasks of instructior. ond leorning. We ore of the opinion that the boys of the school should start a paper, and tot be behind their feminine school mates. jf-The Chronicle comes to us with a new iidho ntlsi me head. Glad to see this evi dence of prosperity on the part of our gojd neighbor. We know f no journal on that aide of the house more deserving of success. G'ri:t:e tjf Citizen. rrj-The Belmont Chronicle has made it i nreranre with a beautiful new head. will continue to be llush-et through we hope with honor and success. Am. Enterprise fc"TThe Belmont Chronicle has got a head glad to see such signs of prosperity. Pity but the Editor could be headed too. - r ii ... rn neitair i imei Thank vnn. n-entlemen. thank you. " j o Je. what mean you by wishing us headed. Now by the uuiver ot Cupid, man, we hope to hear that a dnrt from that same quiver has AeaJedyou, on this Valentine day, that another six months will see you, a Ben edict. fjrThe good sleighing which our nei have been enjoying for some weeks is fast disappearing. Warm weather rain aoon io away with the deepest snow. The boys have had a good lime riding down Hit II. and we even noticed some "children larger growth" aa much absorbed in rncrita of a bob sled, as any of the juven iles. It i all right end many a time tht past week we have found ourself ay iog boyhood is a great 'institution,' draw ing more raul happiness from a snow a smooth hillside snd a bob sled, than allied powers ever will from the conquest the Czar. fjy-Mr. Carle, tho new Clerk of the .of Com. Pleas, entered on the duties of tiffice on Monday last. Court commencing on Tuesdsy threw him immediately into pressof business. Mr. HeATOti, the retiring clerk carries with him the good wishes of in whatever business he msy engage. waf food CfctJt. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Respectfully Invito H. Oresslnger ind Lsdy, Rev. Moflif, Dr. C. C. Carroll and I.aly, F visit Mr, Uoguit's school during Hit Cirn inn; week, west end of town. II. R. Cow en and f.ndy, Rev. Young and I.ndy, It. Alexander and Lidy, Miss Clara Carroll, Miss Mar) Huron" and Mrs. M. Miller, To visit Mr. Moore's school, eisl end ol town. Mr. Batlttli-y r lid T.ndy. Rev. Rankin and Lady, Mrs. J.idge Kennun. Dr. Mitchell and Lidy, D. Peck and I. adv. MiisM.Ii. We.t. Miss Mary Ritcheson, To visit Miss Cra ft' school.easl end f town. OThe Court of Common Pleaa commen ced its session on Tuesday la-it. As iisuul there Is a mass of business to be disposed of' i 03-To-duy (Wednesday,) Is .St. Valeli tine's Day, and many a bashful "lovyer" will no doubt embrace the opportunity to tell some fair one in writing what he dare not speak. Numerous fancy looking envelopes are passing through the Post Office, laden with the honcydew of love, and all that. C-Our friend Dumblt of the Mt. Ciilcail Sentinel has been fleeced by a-certain man calling himself Vaughn, and proprietor of a quack medicine. Bro. Dumblt advertised his medicine (Lithontriptic Mixture.) and then Monsieur Vauyhn refused payment. Send Mr. Vauyhn here and we'll advertise his med icine if he pays us in advance. We adver tise Aim, however, for the regard we have for Bro. Dumblt. REVIVALS. The Lebanon Star, of the 3 ith says: Revival nieetitigs are now in progress in the Methodist Episcopal and Mi thodist Prot estant churches in this place. A considera ble number "have been added to the church." nnd tho interest, we beliuve, is unabated We have always observed that in "hard tirqes" men are more thoughtful, and much more likely to be converted to the Chrint'an faith than in prosperous days. The year 1837 a period of great financial embarrass ment was a year of extraordinary revivals. It is for tho minister and the rcpgious press to'point out the causes for this dill'erent state ol things, but we may bo permitted to say, that the Scriptures furnish an easy solution r of the wholo mutter. The Minnii Visitor, of the 24th in.-t. siys: The nieeti ng ot the Blethodist Episcopal church is still in progress. Ninetv seven have joined ss probationers, and conversions arc taking place daily. There has been a very cheering revival in progress for tho last two weeks at Eaton's meeting hoitde, (..lletlioaist) nuoul rfj nines south west of here. About iO persons have professed nchunge of heart nut! united with the Chui-ch. A revival lies been in progress in 'lit 4lh street M. E. Church in Wheeling. About 70 persons have been added to the church, and us inuny more professed conversion. In Cadiz n number of persons huvo been nddr d to the M. E. and M. P. churches in the last few weeks. Popular Feeling about Temperance. The following are a few of tho notices we see every dtiy in t ur exchanges in reference .-. l.u r..Aliit.p r.r tltA nn. . nl unit tlio eiliril IU .lib Ikbllll " 1 (IIV fW'll. I...M fct.w ,' V. the ogo on the subject of Temperance Re-' (orin. When th people tuke any great work in hand it will ho done, and they huve their shoulders to th "Jw heel of tho car of li quor pri hibition, and il must move o l. Citizen's Meeting. in It new But and gh bors past and of the du ring storm, the of A call fur a public meeting of tha citizens of thif city, who ere in favor of sustaining our liiws to prevent the evils resulting from the snle of anient spirits, may be found our columns. Such an array of names and respectability has never been witnessed in anv cause, here and it argues well for the peace and prosperity of central Ohio and the whole State. I hough very litllo effort has been made procure signatures, owing to inclement wea-; ther, and want of lime men of all parties Court his a all Ha huve come forward in overwhelming numbers secure the peace and prosperity of our city ot d the happiness of tho domestic circle and fireside. Hundreds, nay thousands others in cur city would have subscri bed names to this call, and if they had been called upon to do so and their influence will cheerfully be given in aid of tins work . is not such as nave iierewiur. uc.. .c.w...-. inatcd Temperance Fanalici, who are now embaiKed in tins wora u is mo x eopie and they will rule mildly, if they can rig idly, if they must but they will rule! Pub lic sentiment is in the ascendant, and those who are wise will tuke heed. Columbus El- evator. VVorkircs of the Liquor Law. The Police officers of thi city, on yesterday, no tified all the saloon keepers, and others en gaged in selling liquor, that the liquor would be enforced from that date. Nearly all the bars in this city are closed, to-duy,and one individual was trotted ofT to jail for violation of the 5th section. The law ap pears to be a double geared, self-acting ma chine, frimlho manner of its working. One fellow was brought in from Plain towt this mtrning forgetting intoxicated. He informed on tha landlord who sold the liquor, and the landlord was bound to appear at Court, at its next term, to for his conduct in the premises. is the way il begins to work.- Columbut Jour. Feb. I. Tna Lwuor Law At Canton, Stark a large and enthusiastic meeting of her resolved to enforce strictly the Liquor Law. Tho nrocerv keepers also held meeting, and wisely passed a resolution obey the law, but unwisely threatened resist ance to any attempts on the part of the to enter their premises with a view discover any violation of the law. The remarks upon the proceedings, yuys "the law must be ooeyed." um. Maihe Law lit iVichioa!.. The prohibit ory liquor luw signed by the Gorernor the 1st of February, goes into effect in duys from that dute. There are some S'isious iu which the question of constitution ality wil! be raised it is thought. In Lexington, Ky , at the last municipal , election, there wss 159 najnrity of the popu Ur Vote against all licenses In that place. The Council have construed the Tote to ap ply to cnrTtie-houtne, and have grafted licen ses njr to taverns, at tho price of $400 each. They are requirtd to clow their bars on tho Sabbath and at II o'clock at night. Ci'n. . The lows House of Representatives has f.asssd a prohibitory liquor law by a vote of 35 to 33. It will probably fas the Senate. MiiKc Law in 1st iama A despatch from Indianapolis an the O'.h lays: ''The Maine law passed the House to-rfsy, and is now tho law. There is great rejoicing here, Incon sequence." The struggle hi been severe, but the triumph ia signal. We trust it will result in much good to the cause of temper ance and social progress. The Grand Jury at Cincinnati are putting the lijipling shop keepers through, on the ! est line Twenty-five of them have been indicted, and the list is not yet complete. They have also indicted the rr.ausgers ol prixe Concerts. All right. Tho Maine law has pasted th Illinois House o! Representatives by a vole of 41 to 26. It is said it will pass the Senate by a decided majority. What a Paradise Martha's Vineyard must be judging from the following description, and is it not natural to suppose that when the rum-truffle is abolished our whole land may be as is this one spot in Massachusetts. A SroT in Massciicseit where Tmf.iii; is No Crime.-The rum traffic oa Martha's Vineyard has been outlawed for mure than cii'hteen veors. Rum sellinir is not known j jn ,hu, ucnlil Vi Whut has been the result 1 Crime has not only diminished but it seems to huve almost entirely left tho Vineyard. We are informed that no case of crime has come before the courts for something like sixteen yen-s. The .' ujges g down in one boat and back in the next. While the traf fic in liquor continued, the courts were in session lor about two weeks each te:m. Civil cases have been greatly diminished, and there are now very few that come up'for tri al. Here i s a fact of immense importance. Crime and the grog shops al.vays go to gether. Slop ruin selling, and nearly all kinds of misdemeanors and offences against the law will iiiktantly cease. This (act fur nishes an argument in favor of prohibiting the rum traffic, against which no man can say a word. Boston Telegraph. Da ei no ScitGirAt. OrEnATto.i. On Chris- mas day, a Mr. T. W. Bates, while doing the exploit ol sticking a bar of lead (.own I is I.I . I. !.!. I 1 .1 I !. .1 I J . throat, let go his hold, and it descended into his stomach. Tho physician of this place nol knowing but Dates was trying to hoax them, made a slight examination at the time, inasmuch us he had made but litll udo ubeut it, und at times denied having swal lowed the lead at all. A few iinys alter, the vie. tin hnvintr uwallmved sntnr nr.iil riiihstnnco. lh(J k.tJ bllf;ln ,0 corr0(lfi( tni he beciune very 5tk. The physicians were then culled in, nnd it was aojn fo'inJ tint every other attempt to extract the lead would be una- vailing, tave oyening the stomach. Thist being resolved upon, some live or six pnysi-; cians were called in on Wednesday morning Inst, when Dr. J. Hell, of this place, pcrfor med the operation, probably the first on re- j cord, ot opening tlie stomach and exiracting I tho lead. Tho bur was about one-half the i lenirili allowed the action of tte acid UDon it. T, .,:, i,,t .cco,lnt4 was tretiinr? i along finely, with a good prospect of speedy i recovery, the iufluin ition cniMeJ by he lead ! while in the stomach, being the greatest ' difficulty tu contend with, at present appear- ( aiices.' -Wapollo (Iowa) Intelligencer. nf! : Mb. Seward Elected! It is with most hettrt-l'elt uleusure thnt we are able to an- !nuulice ,i,js murniii?, that Hon Wm. II. Stw- J ' in . i I o . aru was yesterday elected United States Sen btor by the legislature of New York, for six years from the 4th of March next. Although we had anticipated this grntil'ying result, yet wo had some fears lest the machinations his bitter enemies, backed by the influence the whole slave power, should prevent an election. All honor to New York, which has thus endorsed her noble and able Senator, and has sustained him in his just and manly position thut there is a "higher luw" ihun that of human enactments. The cause of freedom i progressing. Harlan, from Iowa, Di'UKUt:, from Wiscon sin, Wilson from M issschusetts, anc now Seward from New York, all men of true an ' li-Slnvorv npntimni' tn nnd still in the hnek. haV(j been addeJ (0 )e ii8l f Senators with to ,. . ,-,i.a Wb hm prrnnd hnnrsnf 1 11j)oi j on)e fur New Hampshire and , somB iilte, very little, for Pennsylva tiia. , The cauge of ,recdon, ; by no mea ns hope their ,eM when ch aro Hj!ej ,0 ,he lfue ' men of Nor(h iu the Senatei Tle Sollt, It j wj nw iet up a ))0wl of a(or,yifor f Nurloern nien i,loi Seward the worst. Pith. Gazette. (f-Monday night was the coldest of the se.un on the lakes. At CUveland the ther mometer was Id degrees below zero, and Buffalo it was 20 degrees below. At 8 u' clock on Tuesday morning, in exposed local ities it ranged between 14 and 15 degrees below. the -ship, him over an swer This ce. citi zens a to j po lice to lie pository and uat. on nine ty pro- 05"The emigration to New York from for eign countries lor January was 7,033 against 15.614 for January, 1854. All accounts in the opinion that the emigration will be much less tins year man lor some years past. frtrTho Senate of Iowa has possed a to call a Convention to amend the State stitution. The vote stood 20 to '2. Another Akti-Nkuraska Gcit. The egroph to duy brings the gralilying news that Chas. Durkee, anti-rseorask-a, repun can, is elected to the United States Senate from Wisconsin, in the place ol Senator Walker. Sir. Durkxe's majority wes one. Wisconsin, in view of her former locofo- e.oism, bus done nobly. Hung On the 23J uit., St ephen Short and a Mr. Huney, were executed at Green- upburgh, Ky. Borne six freight thuui-aue persons were present to witness the execu tion. In answer to a remark raaue by oneo! his friends, under the gallows, Short said: never thought 1 would come to this; but whis key and bad women have been the ciuse it!" Haney protested his innocence to last moment. Short also said he believed Haney was innocent. - R. R. Meeting. Tho following com. appointed ats pre vious meeting will moot at the Probate Judges oTice on Saturday neat, the 1 7th inat. Judge Cowen, Hon. II. Rubles, Judge Alexsnder, Jol n TeggaM, Juetai Carothtrs, lohn Close. J. E. Grove, Wm. Booker, . fien. Wsir, D Peck, H. Bentlry, Dr Alexander, T II. Gei.in, M. MuCortney, R. M Wi,kin, It bt. Timmpio'i, L'lwis V.iit ton, R B. Ryan, Abner Lodge, Robt. Thompson, Thorn. Thoburn. INDEPENDENT. The Rnmsn Catholic Bishop, of It irtford, I . , , , ., ,, ' wmlies to form a Ceroian pariah at New IX j- ven, and for that porpose ,m sent a German i. aiuoiic I'riesi alining mese psopic to jgei it a-going, whereupon they havuadoptuo the I following resolutions by Hay of protest against 1 the proceeding. They do net look very pro pil'uu for tho Rt. Rev. gsiitleinan's pro- j,-Ct. Resolved, That we, Ro nan Catholics ear nestly protest against su 'h proceedings, and declare to the Rl. Rev. Bishop, that we do; not want a German Roman Calhtilic priett hero in New Haven. I on RcHiilved, That we huve suffered slrendy our old fatherland too much from priest-' ; craft and kingcraft, and that we here. I o ur new home, t.iank our Lord and uuil, :n at thirty churches other than Roman Call,- olic, tliat we are free from that voke, nnd that every one o( us can worship his God ae- cording to his best belief and conscience. n i j .L ..i , . , Kesolvcd, J hat these resolutions be sent to the Rt. Rev. Bishop. OHIO JUDICIAL DISTRICT. WjisurncTO!, Feb. 11. Hiram II. Robin, son has been nominated Marshall, Hiram N. Wilson, Judge, und Hugh J. Jewett, District Attorney, for the hew Judicial District of Ohio. 07There is to be a new order in the Catholic Church, that of the "immaculate conception'" None but men of noble blood are to be admitted. 07"Thcre is ne Mormon.with threo wives and one half breed Indian in the Jliclii'un Legislature. OCrThe Tribune of Wednesday s -y-: The Rev. Mr. Gsodtvin, tha Knov. . ii ing candidate, was elected Henutor yo.t r- dnv in the XXIXlli Distriel. formerly n ire-! sen'.ed ky Gov.ClarU. lifr. Goodwin is a Maine . LlW Urd bhell. Olir figure (ire not Coll- plete, but the majority louks like L',500. Ii. November there were 4,083 mujurity against Gov. Chirk in tliesiine.Disiric'. COMMERCIAL RECORD. ST. CLAIRSVILLE Feb. 14. Eggs, 12. Butter, 13. Flour, 0,00. Ilnirie 10. Shoulders "'J. Sides, 7' Corn Meal, 7.r. Suirar. 7rt?8. Cuft'ee. 14. Molasses 310,33 o.tts, 37t7(40. Clover Seed 5,00. j Ti(1U)l ,v8earce 3,25(.!3,50. Dried Apples u0, Nails 8a9d 4,87. Duckets 25 Salt per uarroi 0,55 Larj ijtf. potatoes 81,25. NEW YORK MARKET. Fea. 15. Flour uncRnIrcd with sales of I good Oliio at 8,87'J,12; Soothers 8,75n'J,12. , Wheal unchanced with a .imited demand. Corn higher, vvesternmixed white HO.tlOl yellow lOOalOl. Pork firm, an upward ten dency, old mess $12,50, sud aew 14,50a52, Beef unchanged, country mess 8,50. Sales of 000 bags Rio Coffee' at 9dl0. Sugar and coffee unchanged. Linseed oil bus declined to 70a71. Lard oilsteady. Lnrd unchunged. CINCINNATI MARKET. j Fi)B. 12. Flour firm t8,00a8.25. Provis ions firm, but much doing. Prime lard 0. Cloverseed C,60a6,75. Eastern exchanges declined to J premium. Money eaty for first class pnper. SABBATH DIRECTORY. of M. E. Cliracn. Pustor. John .17. Rankin. Tuh lic Worship at ) I o'clock, A. M. &thbaUi Si-honl at 21 o'clock P. M. David Thulium, Stiiirrintcndrnl. PRiyrrvrrRiAsj Ciieneit. Pnslnr John Mnfiat. Public Worship at 11 o'eloek. A. M. SrntilMitli A'ehool ut S o'clock i'.'M. Uwrge Andertm, Super iuluniliuit. Associate Itcronsfen Cirenctr. I'nsior, .-frV.errn. iter 1 uuiig. Public Worship at 1 1 o'eloek A. M. liihle Chiss.inMtuuted by the Pastor at 10 o'clock A M. SPECIAL NOTICES. at ,n SY7ui7l.S, rCUOKl'LA.AND DISKASIiD BUhll). bor ihcse leinln diseases, Oarter s ipati- Ul. Mivturn is tlie onlv soeciiic. 'l'h proprietors have in their possession over one hundred certificate of the most exiraorUinai y cures ttlirtedbyit. , :, . . , . We relcr to llie CPrU'.lcnie Ol liirunru nuinim, mm High SheriH'nl Kichiitonil, Va., Kdwiii liitrtoii. Cmn-1 iiiis.-ioncr ot llie lUveinio lor Uuliniund; ticnernl Welch, ol the Maminuili Circus; ur. iiuuuiey, vv.whiM.iinn Ciic- Mr. Wm. A. Matthew, nnd B. Luck, q., nt Hichmord, Va., Air. K. Uoyucn, Excliunse Hotel, Vu.; ana a host ot others, who have seen cases of llie worst descripiiun cured Carter's Spanish Mixiuro. They oil ceriily ihut is the. (jrei. teal purilier, of thu blood known. Due udvcrusenieni. jun. io, ini. a gree bill The most confirmed cases of iho most distressing diseases, oliimis arises from indigestion. All nl isoro or less, are troulitsrU wuh una anniij ing syttip loin, siill asit is a gunernl thini!, we do not iiUuiupl H..in.0 nniil a.iii:iliiiin fu-riuua intervoiies. III lliruiuw u m........., .... would os a uublii! inniiilor warn oil our readers nuDi.isl the sin of neelHct, ami at ihr anmtt littio ctinmeiid to their rTulice Dr. llootland's Urrnmti Milters, the original prepitrotion as preparer, ny M. Jackson, Ko. lifl) Arch stmei, riiunaeipi.in. We huve seen cures ellected Uiruuiili lis inmienui. See advertibiiuwiit. Fvh. 8-'.'w. .Scon's WutUIy. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. tel PROPOSALS WILL BE ii IV the first Saturday of March, (at vine h lime "1 o: the KCEIVKD by the undersigned until i... r M.vh i.t u-lnrh Lime .!:.T:i ....'.i. i i..r .nuipiiitalilc nerpon 10 lake charje llie Couiitir Inrtriuai y fnr one year Iri.ui t he hist ...ii ixvi .mi nHriiiim all Hit netrtmiy laliron ?r ' ... i i ...... il.ir..wii rmnii.. THtlM 8 M. NIUIIOL, JJJ1IN WAKI). Fb. 1.1, 1F5S. " ADMINISTRATORS SALE. rIIF. Peraonal Property of Dr. Jos. Hew. J eisnu. Deceased, will hasold at PUDLIU H lli.sla'.e residence. ia Ueluiont I niiniy. on V AursJoy, the iit of March, next. aid nronrrtf consists in pan "f Mrdical Uni.ks.Hursi cal In.truineiits, Tines Horses Thirun-ii bead ol .Hie I wo liorsa t aaun. . - - sir or t'aruiiul uleupils. Ki thieeil read of ttlirep.l .J ilai. m tue isiph.l. Ten Aeies ol W !-al in ir.i.in.l.Two To'is ol Ha..-, and v.r.ety nl oii.er.rii- u. t..oi,.diou muienii .in. ra'e .iow, jmKl'll ItoiifiS, Adm'rs. Fah. 15. Ui iiiitlit.eiics al fi ISMIKl.t. llbWEI'SU. ILOSIMJ OIT PRICES! Kor W) days at Uic 15ec Hive Store, Wfirrllfiff Va. STONE k THOMAS, 1 3 KING desirous of reducing their prrsfnt frit lli i prmnf nl rpM..f Tril,T A'JL'""iilrt ii .ifi'rr A,r I. fll I'm i r rnir mi, k JKJrtJT-'if I, m Vi intM f.f.n-14. at t'OH l, on, p. i H . JSjjL" ' 'ft -im .ur i,ai.t hum ni"vi M 14 fa'.ls tn. k in i,i City. Umbra- nJxi 'M t.n.ip tnA Pnn,.r nrsr.ti Pilaris, lisi Cloaks Wsmiri ol Vrli. Cintli snit Mirk. " !. and fq. ;lnth Hhtnrli, 1 mhrsc m anieoftht lli n Urn. hr ehawls ud Closkt, Imnrnd ! Iht '' tr ot liimr Mock at VVi', Vi'onl sml Miltc ai Wor,l mil f'ollon firm 0'i.xifl. Iipf sml ths mn-l rtlrs'r,' a'S'trinifnt ol t'ltiil WmiM'stlinrsrs. i:l Woo! I's'ii. iirliiUt it.. 'avtitnrrtfl. ft diiftj i' uikil.f I'Hilha snit irtncnin a """" ;" nii.has.r,rn..i.. Mnrs, . e. w s'r.i wi.h 1.1 eiil iili"n i our ;tii;i lt- tint of ,oi.,-mi r.e,.it in-eiiin iowit u. -(.' ssds VSM t'al,. Ii, IS5J srovp. v Tin s. ITS VVIif-lii, Va. !''"" ;u .ra'ii?iu: sir LAU FOIl SALE. BEING (iMirnm to move Wmt, th Sub tfitr ofter for H!f and will 'til fuiowinf riln:ti kml Kli iso 4 ur;sor lakd. .Mutate In kictiltnil Tnvtnihip. HMmont f.'o fhia, ind on Hit rni.l Iraditijf from laOr1i-il! tutli nt'ii Hail Itnafl. Irving one aul a half nn Ira from afh iUr, lit; Acih ofcl' " d Land M in a rnotl lint of cultivalto i. iU Aer lhl in irra. 1 bfre ia on thf li'ttiiftit aniMtly tf WOOD and HM L, and nvv- ssr l.iiniis lrara,s1 of K4TI U sit .,. Hflii nil thai 0,h,lMt , FAnM nm!,r. e.ten- laiea tor two Fsmiiin. it nei'iurr. and ai; n least j 1:;rkV&:!Z 1 .cim.ais. A tinon w km. of w a tkk bftur ,,, .u.t ,ih,n tinny -u,.. I,ru,. n.r. Any pon wi-lnns le nnrrlif rami wonlil fto n sil to call at my litima anit Jiiiis for tlimiivea, antl ' u,, i-,,. o1hiii bn.d a- toinniojaton. I w ol also wll Ilia woy u( Wlitat wlnili ino' in lit ground, WILLIAM CASH. F!i. 13, 1651. ALWINISTRATOR'S SALE. IN pursuance of directions cnn'a'red in the Will of Haiiiusl 1imiu, Deceased, tuc fullovymf Real Esttitc Wit! lit oflVrn! at PuMic Pale, tijf his Administrator: A traat ! land coiilainilis ISIM'.TV Acurs, off llie Fast end of the South Bast quarter of Prctinn UK . TowaahiiiS. ati'l Itftiifc li. the line of division run mill North and Pouth, the entire width ot said iiiarier (lection. Tint tra'l is piluaicd about I Milr West of Barnksvm.i t. on the road 10 Fairvjaw, and U.on it is a neal I'OTTACJE IILPIflKXi.E, caicuisicd for lour rooms on llie first f'o.ir. and psrtly iinlin i-liKd ; tii;re 1.4 a Wmxroiiri'iiieiit and a II, its, the lend ofeice'lrm quality aiionl Oil or,0 Acres cleared and formerly onni ii hy Henry Crcer The ptennii s will I shown ; hy the lenaiit in poanestinn to anw one wuliiug to ea ; anihie. cali:ontiie premises, ! M itlncsUay, .llurrli Ilth, 1833. , Between t?ie hours of to and 3, al which time the terms i witl he made known. I . .nnrn nr.-f. ALSO 1G0 ACRES OF LAND; "r itf " "' "rlf,rn,r f''""",.I.N'"' ,!' T1!' '1: ' rtsiite ti. ia llie.teiilieuville district. Inis tract m on :, mil: linn, a tnancli ol 'Sunwntl Sid ultiiinnnc I ri'... u. . tt'.....S. Mill .i..l .h.titl T mile North we-t ol the Toivn of Kt.t slitso. The Land f lfoo.1 qitiilitv, tine!) Timl e:cd. a. ool to acri s of il HOT TtlM I. X II sod ol oul t,U acres ch ared. It lias on il a mr.ll FAB.M llOl'CKSlld a SAW Mlt.t. adjoins the pr-ni sip. t he Land will Le plninuhy DuUrt Iluun im resides on it. Al.i: l)S TUB 1TTII OFMARCII N f.XT. hetwrpn lite hours ol in and S, on llie premises, w hen llie Terms will lie made klion-n isaau H.riiAxni.r.n, ,vin, With the Will nniRlod of Siinuii Dui ii, Il.irM. Fchrnary j, I.W. miTuint public dcctHiKMs: Lur...-an and home for- tri.n.lrn-; tinim-ial and commcrt-ial lnforniuitnn, THE WEEKLY HERALD. The IXvsl General .-wspa.cr in llie tVwi ldii Tho Ni.w Yor.K Wh ki v II. ti alo is ru'3!i..hed e v ery titiinluy illuming, lwcunuoils etubroce all tlis lii waot iheireal i veiuiol tlie tiny, rejurlfnit rniel- ;s. ol (!,! stale l.cilniiire. and ot Longrets; tm- mill lUtumlaot pciienil tutercsi, ileal have opjicrir td in me ii' 1 iK Daily Ui.rai.b. It is neatly pinned, in clear lypi-, on a latiie dun' e iiiniio sheet ol l.irty-i isli". c iiuinns booa--a di reciot) in iisell -and tortus one of lite hi-el nnd most vnlnnti a wceklv newsinLers in the worlil. Ti Urealciit ni l ii luken In ubinin tiie latent snd mo tclinblc iiiltltiL'ence of iiiipcrtaiit inavements in nil parts ot m. worm. o expense is aparea .or iiuii'i'-. ... The snhseripiion price is three d.illars per annum, pnyntile in ailvain'v, or sixiriire w-r viiiarle copy--JL'titurt nt vt'WHifljiert Ihmuliir.tl IhrvoHUtrjare fjar linilurlii wjVwUil to act .f agi '. Tejf f ill recriye hvtnlij-jHT jut tint cummnxivn vn till vusi fbtcrip' livu. Any person cibtniniinj live or inure subscri bers wili in allowed the same cuinmiisiun. TtRMS TO CIX'L'S. "or one copy of Welklv Ui-BAi.n fur one year $S rive cjriics Ten l'i'teen ' TwiiU'jr Twenty-fits Thirty Thirty-five I'uriy 1'niiy-tivs itiy no do tlo do do c!o do do do do do rio do do do Co do do do da 11 22 31 4i 5fi 67 78 90 101 IU K0T1CE. i J I 1 m L. by it "TT7'IIEREASI gave two. promissory Notes V pai ahle to Aleiandrr 1,. Harper or order, on. note dated January i:i. Ifij. callltiR roi 1 illy Hullars and iiayrl'lron tlie drat lliv u Alitll uasl. Also line Olh- er niiludsled January III, I6i, tailing Inr lifiy Uollars and payahle in Twelve iiihiiiIih alter dale. And where as those mites were fraudulently tihlaincd, and without any vuluahlu cnntidoration. 1 therclore forewarn prisons Iroin takins an aipisnnieul on them, as 1 sin nut to pay them unless euiiipoll'l jJJj. Uarneaville. Teh. I, IM5-31. pit. SHERIFF'S SALE. Hollister, McGrcw &. Co. VK Thomas Wiley, et aK BYviitueofan alias execution to me di rected from the Court of Common Pleas of Bel iimiit County, ulim, I will offer (ur rait at I'uLllc Auc tion on Monday, tlie Zth day of March, A. D. 1855, between ths Imiirs of :tl o'clock, A. M. anil 4 P. M. of eaid day, at the front duor of the Court House, in Hi. Clairsvillc. iu said cou ily, the pillowing lands and Iteiieniunls, rlitn.'.lu lyim' and twins said county of lliluiiiul. Mid Male of Ohio, Inuudcd ... iiu..riiiril fnlowa to wil: Lots Niimlierx'117 l,.,t Niim' er -J'JS, in the tiiwn of Martinsville. Belmont County, Olitn. Appraiseil at s vitiu. ttliuritV's Olfita alBi. Clairpville, Fehruary t, I8S3, J JIIN C. MOHOLt?, Sheriff. l'ch. I, If!.'..1!. FARM FOR SALE. ub, Wo , j re-1 T ,,. T - ., n..y.. out .u. I - - r ui. i Thursday, niarcn isi, aooo. .,11..,le r,r, n which I furir.srlv resided, situs- tho heavily Timiiered the J-'nr lurlhsr larti of ' rosiilins at Ht.lJltvel nf or the talo. the leh. I, irj.i. I led in Warren townphii, Helinutil Uounty, tllno, on ma t leading from Morriplnwit In Darne.ville, near I - A vili&L'eofMt.tlllvet mild ahout 1 mile yjfyTv the rentral Ohio kail Koad. 'J in i.iH1','!! coulains ahout S!jrai I no ACHES. "TiiflT )N of tvhieh are cleared, and good cultivation. II lias am ila ood Orchard or (Trailed mill, suit excellent iiuiinujfa, ! won ,,,,., lavily Tllnliereo for lurllisr liartiotilar iunuirr of 1 m. C. Oauiierly. 1 el ma inane Known n iie JUIIS tll.lMiV. tt.pd. c lOLU AND SILVER WATCHKS, K all qnalilles llnmitis, Maiie, and t R. t'a.r. tl.K, Lal.lc. urn llie I,.., .......... w.l .nil Ihi e 1 ppdiiLl-li nril'i'S. 1 ' 1 T. Sl.'oTT. No. I.H Msin Mt.. tVuetl'if. PLEASANT' YALLEV WOULEU FACTORY, J n AMES Y TEH is n it- rumrng the lory al K'lipey's Mill, live inils tvepl ol Lii.d.u port, I v mi eu: I'l wt r. m o i-' ''" ; ininii.ltnt ye.... .o .-. .i.,. . ; at. h. i:.' : '' : ':" ' " '" tle, 'IV, ', '..-" ' uf it: r. nn i'l.i I'. ',..-1 tv m-i . ,..i.,i iu',..!..iit. '..i r h. I- lis le, Wua'.Ks,-p. '. i ' ' 1 "' .' ; ''""" Cs'ilius ud eiiinnins. Kuine and Uiwsttij none iniiitiry customs slo oidtron rrannis lerms. PfS '?, IrOt. :--1.,'Vii.. V-' i.. i iv jn;.' n-' - trt;-'. T State of Ohio, Iklmont County, SS. COVRT OF CO.V.VO.V PLCA. raft in r-jlii a AdrotPiwriftTff tha F.vtata of Mcf .. .U. ,tilVC, tJtt!sJtJ. fill am m. in Attachment. HE fiiJ licfondnnt II rrnn G-e a ntm ritidrtit of iht latatf rf (iliin, wilt uks tiniict 1'iai a I (rtitinn wi fit in iti ' Irrki Of1ir of ih rititoi I amnion f kta of M id tnin) of Hclfttont An ti 4U tli.y uf Jamiarjr ny and thai an order nf A ti--,in"tn aarainct iht firopcr y df aatd drlftulanl aa IntiM u tt ant data. Tht ojetl and prayer rf aad l i .t ot. tn rrrovf r judf mni as at nit tht dtfndait for ihtttim nf VM.M, it tfni out taif ofth Joint lia'.Hiit 01 U aid; Mofr U. linvf , ltrA, and tlia and tlr'tMidam onaundrjr ouiiaidin( notan atatntt thfin, and tin iht ani'iunt ot ilia lia'uhty nf i ttitl d-ff idatit l-i thr pUit ti I' m dn.iniftra'nr ai Arorrvaid on ilia pyinwt Htnl ftmct lijr Ina aaid i(aintirf ai .Ailinmiitrt.or a forajsiu), with ih int'fnt frrtm tli flat (if the a- r-Ta tru' atfaa-d. And alo for mm of 7,m wch in tertn trom tle latday M Annnat t-.iAt on an a 'count o oaiti drt i arajnit atd lirVitrlt"!, whuh wu d't' and nnitat't'.ln llift lift tuna of laid df,at-d. I.'tittii Hit dvtcndtnt a'i, tar a d mivvtr by i f ViiU tiny 1 .Vacli, A. I. trM. jit-riMvii vii' latak"i aiat ai htm. 4. w. f. roKT, Alt' lor i'iainii.1. $nUH It. Ilt.l'i ON, Clark. Ih. I, fM. EXECUTOR'S SALE IN pursuance th-! I nst will and Testa- 1 mnt ol raid Vtt'f. ifrfM.. t.i larm n wlii'h tidd.:rwd i;yi-rt at tli' tin' ol l.iarirr.taf. is 'ii"-1 d lor ,.t ,a.d lain: : n Hi ilia tmM, rl M. ' Clairsvil Iron Ur n.n-' J11..I ' 11. r. a' d 3 milra ftnm ii,,. 1: u. I oa :. ni',- roimiy i.rilri , nun , Ol.io.ix n.t.-.i. ,1 1 M il ffl( qi-aMi! of I nd aiimt 11 I.CC. nfv I, .r h , r""d I nif. llir ta' sura is inar,d 1 al nf Cnilivslinn. Tlii- lai.d lata wrll. am ia wrll vairrr.l. In, tl.r i.Trmi. i rs tiirrn 1. nvo ciitifnriaiiia liw. ii in jtZK Moiibi a, tlirii, Hlal.'r, Orchard, and S:qhi Tv H..rii. IIi.iiv il.h alritMi 1.1 IfStl fai'int Hiiriiiii of sixid wairr nrar to the liniiae 'lh-re a ulrritv nf siois fna' and Lime HWlir on the prrtmsrs, and i a liandsoiiir a d i!r-irral.!r situation for any one want tig a -ma-l Fn-m. tfsaid laid.is nol sold al pma'e ra e Irlorr tlir if' it eay ol Jutie l:lll. it wifl rn vaid day r.enrril at iiii'i. Ill patron tlir prrtmrra. For If-una a -1 to llie stib scrilier livlns 011 the prrmi-rs. .MILTON HII.t.I.R, F.iecnlor. Feiirniry lai. Is. fINE GOLD. JEWELRY, THE NEW rstandmopt fatliinnahle s'.yh-a nf Jrweiry con st.tinc of Breast Fins. Ka- llrop. Kin.'er Itinrf, nrace- irt. . yiiins ..turrpin.. i.cni , rrnci's ""'en corK e'.a.l.olitand Hilver thaina. Keya, H-al. dtr. drc., lor ! jr J. T. HtroTT, ' io. i. siain m.. niies-nne. salt: salt:! salt::: LL persons in want of t1 e nbnve article.! will ptes.'e taVr notice that Ihr Pnl-r-rll rr hss hipt rrfcnvi il aiinriln nf tin. -rv l.p.t nmlilv in n.t j B'iIp.. which he is seilmi at Wheeling onees, (1300 Off Hrirf. j at It is atiire in Kt. tlairtsvilic. P. H. A lara lot of fine if alt in rickB. Mr ritlt4-rind IV len,;uit rerird ty JOII.S Jl.I'HO.X. Nov. 1.4 tr54. FARM FOR SALE. -Lsr-ril'tr will ofler al Public Sa.e Snttirda the Z4th day of Fcbrunry, l.r-. i. il. lin.irp r.r tf n'c'oL. A. M. and 4 o. j ,,jt, p , r ,,n the .miiii-i: in i;n-h-n Tn. ; i,.n,i,nt Vonnty. oh in. tl.e I'smi formerly owned hy ! Jlliiolhy II iskell. :c',l. rnulailimt .s'9r oc: b. tit: isre 01 les. Titn f arm lays .1 inilf pniMh Wrpt nf 7.fnrri-t.wn. sod I lift if null. North of llie Centra I f iliio (ail Road. Thi I'siiniPina ire:ty C'.rwl ta:r ofcti'tivatiOit, n'tll Wat treil. I'ruit in ai.undance. Mnne Coal, w.lii a Ilwi-liiits lloi.iie, it aru. Sec. 1''ie hrhrt I ttiiler the luyer. Terms made ktiow n on the dsv rf H.i'e. I.ANLMlV IIISKITT. P. S. ml if not po!d nn that r!av, it will l.e for rent. ' Jan. 'Bill, lr.'iS. 4t. d. I.. H Sale Of Real Ktnt liy order of Court. SATURDAY the 24th day of Februa ry. A. n. If.ii. Iiitwe-li the hours or IU o cloc. i A.M.S'iil en'clnck P. M. nti l'ie preni ippp. w i"l he .nM : to the hiehr-M holder, the fotlou-ins I'.e.criheil R-al K- il'i;. a.the jironerlx of Itclie' Sl.a ni-iin. an i'na:ie i er ! mi. to wil: Tl.e t.t hs'l ol tf Smr.h wel U"a'terof ' S"c.N'o. V.i, Town-inn No.o, ilance Xo. .1. coiuaunre to ncrrp mure or i,.s. Sail properly liei in Wrvn Townshin. ll.'fricntC,,. .. anil ailjiui: lattiL of James I'mveM's hvr.t. Tho:,ia. Dole her ami nthrrs. I Ti:itl or HALfc.-me tntru in ''."';'', " , , ' , ",.., ,fom ,,,v ofP.,. jiiti Mcrs 'Qj Cuanlian ot Ilai.hel Siiamhlin. Jan. 30. !;'.. WHEELING FEMALE SEMI IST A R Y e . t ' ! r pj K next Session of the Wheelinz Fe It It' 1 male Peniina-r. trill cnininrnce nn Wr ofn,T. orBV.rH,r...wel...il.yp.i,.i!...n.l,. hl.h rha-ac- ipr mat me pnmn' nn.v a-we nupe. r.evervi n y lit v wilh whirl. Wheeliiis 5ii "5 00 CS 50 75 00 'ii XI all tains. tni:rtierw;th tliefariliiy wiih tvhieh Wlieelins is reacrir'l irom a'i Oirret.uns. reniera it niTity eitrnne to ner.nnp tripli'itc t -emt their dausliler. from home. TTT'Ternis as heretofare. Mat". S.'B. THOMPSOX. Wheeline. Jan. 28, JeM. TO THE PUBLIC. J. JEPSOISI TTTOULD respectfully annonnre to old friei o' clock, iu and ,! nds and the nuhlie eenerallv. that liaa retun-eii to Hi. Clairsvillc and opened f r icerr in the runui rnriuerly occu niedhv Pksjamin J wiMue, where sKJv inienils keepine ahout the same kind ofastock as he luriuerly kept in tnis place, consisting Groceries, Hardware, Qupenswar, Ac. And where he hopes hy strict .atrention to tuaniesa merit a sha .e of public patronage. juitrs jKi'ri.jiv. f H. NAII.8 of the best quality for aale hv His al Wherlint prices, Willi addition of Irti-ht. Hi. t-iairsvnie. apr. vi, ipjs L1.D FOR SALB. 'HE Subscriber, residing at Barnesvtfle wiahes to sell a sou; Three If und red Acres Of Good Land, near said Town. KlUJAN HiiEit. Jan. 06.1 HiS. T ANNUAL REPORT OFthoCounly Fund Commissioners, lhe:ountyolBelinonlandHtoteul)!iio. f.irJan- ins the from t'arin under n,... ni uary le4i. according to the ttiatute in such cases u. mud uruvtuea. Anmunt receired from flat sj-'p " pat. mm ss ir last Runrt.l.A.13.S ' iriiicipal iu Co. Trcju'y 134.UI 1 O.IrT.TJ Balanct duo Mat I ,f -iPA'-' The follnvrlnrj are the turns Inr.ucil tn indlviiluils lite rate o7 per cetil. Iiur sniiiiin, in llis ai-vrrr-.l shiis in tlie Couuiy. and .ei-'ireil ua lullows; HictiUnd Tp.. Mortirasepot uUlft Seturilie 8I.WI.r,:i; Fluslunt ' " " Maa.1 " " " York " " ,l h s.:-sn.4 PanV Sluck ii, iirltum.t hank of Pi. iv.tu-- . Title. tS'.-:5 1' re in in ni and lulerrst paid nil Bask fun., ins .sine S.-J.V.Ot'i Inilividtial ntitrs , urf.l I.y Voi1c?e laki nj irum Hank, in iwo nirnt lMJt.lJi Aniouiit ot lliilli nilial !oan (ir.iii-t f"r l-in rn 'rMu'd 1.4 .o,3H OF Fsc- ; V lot "r ::.itv. i :'-. h'.V.S.Iv f.84.tr0 I H-t.-iC Amount un which inlntf t is In arreara RwKirTs. iiiM nfOashnn t.MV' Jan. Ir'M.fnr us ur?. V r. ii "i t el ivlv.-iI linoeu1. k.j ..v. l mere. I lii;.t-y Mr . Vinount paid for ue ol ss-lir.nl P .ii'l .. . nir Prinlfti; Uvi'-iil . . l TrtiO r,.l n ruill I -.i Th.ni. I.ilii.i oi. llu'a'i eon I. sud ri.r ti !-:: -.'.nijf,45 . 1-.I..H :ii T i i i : r . ;l, il '' Itfy i At:i lr ru,iUt.uUi.n.MiOuaia uf M,tt.o,.t Co. Jan, 9. Iris, ( lAMT. It'S filMMSH WIXTURE twtjf .VtrmryiH it. . I.'t the $i I'A U-ai and PonJtrl As liioiitir HtntDT fot rtcrofyla, KHts R,, ISir-iMnr.tiAni, l.-'.tnatvriilanpiHS l-'.rn,lMMiB, Plmilra or l'utili. tin txe far. Illolch. doila.Chrouk Knra Kr-. Hins U'n'tu tir Tirttpr.PraM Hst, RnlarvAment -. ,rn Pent and Joints, Miuhhor L'lcsrs, .'.''.:c lMOlrtr. l.nmhaf. Pplnal ronptalnts, an,. asssriainf tromaninjndirmnsustoflfar, i iirv. i " . lp,i'- in l.tri-, or rnipurity tl iha Blood. 'I'd s srrai altcrativn Mrdleins and I'sfinar of l!'i.. d ,i..w I-SI..I i.y tlimianiHi of fratsrnl iatiuis f "in alt ni'ioifih t'nitnl futrs, who lesiifjr daily tu lis f'-marha'i'r f 'iT-prlo-md hy ths trsatst til all "'-a " I ii-H T A I-H vixti IE." M-u '. K''''i in.r-criil.i i, r.runlint.a on lbs Hkin, ''.-. I cvrra. I lirrs. Old Porn., AffeM.nna ot K"t"' . li- nf ll.r I liroat. Fniai;oin.lairt'" 1 siid A ilni.c c.r the l.. nr. and Joints, arr ansrdilf ; "' '" fl"M nsinelhie iri-tl and liirsiimahlt' rmrdy . , t'";ldnia nr thi- BIO...I. m.thin lias yrt hrrs f I""""' " wli il. It r li-a"sr. Ihr svslrm M all -iiruriuc-. arm rrnny sun fnicirntiy on inr l.iyrrann s. sirr-intliriia the Durpllnn. ie lone to I lis r'.nmacti, make- :hf. skin t.lrsr and hsa'thv. and Sinn- tlir rrni-tiHiltnn. 'tifi fMi-il I.y disoar or tirokrn : I'oivn liy iha esci-siins or youth, to Its pr iatios rigor and ; Str'ngt v V for ihs t.idirs. it is incnmparsMy I rtirr than tit Id rn-iMtli s evrr nsi'.l. A lr drmrs nl Casrrcs ' Prists Wit nr. wrl eriirivs a t saHownniia or iromi.lraion . .trinatiirrn-rsnisnllintloit.il f hri s. tire etaillcl la , l'rte:i. ami imiirovr the trrnrral lirallti ina remarkai.ls t drr. ft. l-i yonil ali Ihr mi";,riiirs ryrr hrard of. I 'I'.ir larpr nutnlior .if irrtiticatf srhirli sre liaTSrrrrl. Td from iwriin f-niii all parta of llir t'mtrd Plates, Is tlir ry.dince fiat ll.rre is no II 11 ml. lis a oot H. Tna pr-M, hotnl knurrs, lost. sliatr. tdivslciana. and pithlie men. f.l Mir,n tn the nnilnan.tv.all aiM thrir Irsti. minrt., i,n wonderful effects of lliis GREAT BLOOD rif.iniR. t an on Hi- Aoitt and rrt a rireo'ar and Ahnsnss. ,rt tr,A .onnr,., cur ,nii lrBi. treatratof all A'piIilu.-i.a M .r..-...rf nr genuine unless siyned BPX1F.TT dk BBP.K8. ; rroMr.(,r. Sn. S frari Ptrrd. Rir.hmnnd,Va.;io whom aiuirin-r hir n;mliea snd afrnciea must M a4drtsaeS. 1 , . , Ani f'ir ' i II. A IS.X NT)RW. Pt.Clairai!U. Jif. Ha'tPT, WSCp-'in;, Win. Ihiut r. f "rtjnntowi. r.Pi.r. Hi-Ui' l.Ki itsfiinr. H.. Clark. Murrtfl-rtmn. If. II. M-.it. Han-eaviTe. .1 . P. Mi If ( At Kfjn. Somrrton AM l y lifrtfff in Xtcit'.r i Mf rVrwWl, Vot. . ' I 1 I ' , j . , : i I IYER COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, j.ni'.yiiicF; lii-ouie or rvons Debility. Iii".-jse nf ll r Kidneys, si.il nil i.-rssi s ariinf f'orn a Ltisordrreil Liver or r-V.itn:i",i. such nsConstipr.tion, luw ml 'lies, holiness. or lilood te the lla-t. Acidity ot the r!tnmnrh.Nan sea, lii iir;l urn. D:sjut tor "nod, Full ni'SH or w eight in li e .lom.ich. Sour Eruc t.iti.m..ri!iiii1!. or Hii'terine st llie Pit sf tha S'oninch. Swinriiinj ot tl.e Head, Hurried and dilii-uit l!-catiiin7, I litiiprin nl the Heart, .'tn a''in- .TMillor; 11 ing Sensations when in r. KJn.r i'.iuie. iilmiieg of Vi-ion, Dots or Vi t I -.r.r ttMfiiit. "tver and jVull Finn in th- lie td. ! tieienoy of Pera (.rn'ii, i. Yellowness of llie Skin t llvi-s. I'oWi in llie Side. Back, CTi'-st. I.irn'M. tie.. Sudden i-lushes of Heat, Burning in th- Mtbli, On'tanl Imng ii !-.-; ul Evil, nnd ereat 1 J,irr.s-i(in of Spirits, tun ho c-fli-etnally curetl hy lill. IIOOFLAND'9 CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS. rr:;rAi:LD it I'R. C. JI. JACKS03-, g::u.m irnn in stoke. .Vj. 10, Arc'i St., 1 doorUlow Sixth, Philad: T! r ..ri-.vrr w i'r thi- aho. .'.:?psei Is not stiettss. . if c.;-ill il, ' any nthe' ,T.ariioii in the Unit H ttataa, 1 :,iipriin, altirsL, iu ti.atiy c.sesafterskiUXuloU stciaaa htit taile.l. Thei.r Uitters are wo-thy the attention of Invalids. I'opsi-siii? nrpat t irlns n.'t'jr rectmcation of diseaaa. . nt'tiie l.ivei ttul iiser sianii-.exrrcisiiif the mmitsearch - iii !w"rp in we.'lin- anil atiectioH. of tha 4ifeslTS) i nr;i..p, I'm v a c. withal, sa.'a. certain and pleaMut. I TESTIMONY FROM OHIO. Jtirts IIospmas;, Jeron vill. Ohio, May 30th, 1P53 ' "''.' ..."'. ""' . " .; .' o . r" " ZiJ," "Md '" . ..w - viu..v nn.n rtl.ir. is.- it . '" . ' " j his ha to kst Tat1,lt:N A. av: "Havittf lierdjour German Bitten highly t roiiiiiienrietl from source in whir b I placed much corf. diire, 1 ordered lour buitlea from C levari end On t them I save io my riai.e liter who-ha 1tiTi gretl'n efit front il: tworf tUffittiera I uHd immfdMUlf, aatl 1 wouhl like you to vend nie a utipply oitetto ell." John (JtARii. Llrmikwick, Ohio. May 26, IK". 4. "Your GiTit.a.'i Riiura hare proved. iucieifil in e'vtrjr cae th.it ha coma to my knoMg, and Jtaa opeiVkt for itaelf a f reat iin.and." 'I iiuku LiTf iTORD. i ovuiaan. Ohio, JaeeemterTTirt,, 153, aayst: "My wilt tiaii he en afTfCd frith the I Wer contplaitit and V tM p fw anmti' er of j rara, during which time I have m ent, hfrc&t lfs ( dru-ioriMf . ' i.t a he refif;v.'(l Vctry liltht en fl. tli refrain, ard filial ihn dorior mhI ht fuassl- iit be nin-d. l.al rrinjc ab concluded to try yi.itr Htttera, .Uft tic-ktwo bottle mt e.vrr aince tnkms iheiu the !a rrti a' le tu attenctt i her biiaini'M, iui:ii ffv laflv nh I; a i a new attack, but ltaa.'atn roniwncfii in tmiea. I rave sitld quits a, niimberofttoitlr-4throu-.il 'it rrron.inerriation, and aa far a I c vi learn, it h'-fivn m.m taction to all. Dvh; bbotT An-tiiift'urir. hio, Ilect-mt er S. 1159, aay:. Ft'raa t inn io l-.-ar ie-tiiiiuny la ti e remarfcab't ef flc'atcy nl yotir ti' man hiitt-i tulle cure of Livtsf e'-wiiiai'it. Fo '' nr. t jon t- i.-s k ire it, I waa verely aiflittwl u it i d ipam of the Ltvrr, ro much tii at I liri no ex etttn live, but by a frea iiseaf tlia Bit ert.,tbMk ti'A kp d rrnvirfi-rr, I find my self entirely iclnret tu lieattti and able lo rcume iny usual eniploy. nient." Tive ft tier are rniirely vrrelsble anil frea from Al cobn-1 niiiiin'aMt am! a'l injurii.iitt mpredienta. mild in their ,era iii'ia!!tpy tri.i;Uieo,th system, never j'roa tra'.e. it. Tlify nr.- fntin-ly vesctahleand f rat from all injuriavf ir.tfrefiisMUH. f-o'd bv fl alrra in meiiicine rvnrywhara. - - Kor-a'f-'V H. AI.FX-fEP Ft.flairsTilla. (;(o C llt the!. ' inc. Wii. tiiitibar . .i v n. H. It. ..uet-vilt M. r. : - t'nm on. jf'.tl by fHt 'm in . d cinn ve rywtiera. t..r , jj JAWLS and CLOAKS. , , , r r WK i'u.1 i. tirii iauc aiu piTIP, vUw Innr and miuare, llroche, .Tliihet, Cloth, ails : r.no.rn ! : at j : ! J 'i' j . WW ; r&.imirre, Silk ami nis'keta, enmpriainvthe best atock rvi'r T'Vr.-.l i.i tVlii-eiiug. Also, a lull variety of t.'l.tl KS, TaIi.. ip, .Maiitiila., 1'r.l.rs and Caps, made or v..N.t. Hi!k, ci.i'ii. satin and iiieruto. Also, Cloakluf l.'lutli- mut Hiti.l.ulll. lu mult h. verv rlirap. al SSTONK THOMAS'. N : ii. IN. Mvu st. Wheeliui. ASHINGTON UNION INSU. lAiitc tJtujiany, I.. JliWlVii. Aitl, Hi. riaiHTiMe, Ohio. urea; ieil iw I'-V?. i t!o MiimM priiictpie under tlia tltrs-rnt:i ttt'tbe fiiiJtut tux i.iU. iiiiiai: ..,v(.k Xi;r,TT. Ilnu. Ki-fHKj. Wooo. Hon. T. T, IU. Ki . Uui, 11. U. Oioii. and other, Jan. la. aalaa I i j l!li.l? f.i.fl s.-ir Hi A! tt.tt I'OUKIfiN & DOMESTIC DRUGS I'-i.'a', Surreal 5' Veterinary Instrument! ;OLO AM) 6ILVLU IOIL nnd all kinds of ' I' iau Pctfuuicrica and Extracts, r;i!iT?i ) str.'li uf Cvt .'!., l.H't-M-.f '.r?. t:i Sor, Lc-, Jnl rr.c'.l ai ft.t.!...r... 1 JJ v,V. : ffii.i.1?; ii. i.;.. r'i:uNisnjN't; utioos, cra. : i,. i. io, .'-U Tl.t, I'M Ur- .-.. -.:.:.; .i.l ill v.. S L " ". ,n.i'lta j,-.Tii.i.nt -.1 r u s.ii'jf .M'l.L.'l L e oi ill " l'v'5L. , v: J a 15. lit-I.i; and fr sals O ' air H.iMKHITIa i -