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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tir K ara .irepere; in nmu, ia M-e koit etyle.aad is IT on ekorl nance all kinde ot Rks, Curd., tlnadbltls, Pamphlets, ClreaUrs, . Tickets, I'ontrra, Chrrka, l.nfcpise, Froarnmnies Htll-llnadd, Ulnnkse LAWYER'S BKltCFti, Ac., oVe. la abort all kind, of jon PittxriNn. Bwae In stria to (Ire eallafactlnn In th mi faelldl aae, at lha taiaorr 1'emosiri.a Ornee. All erdere promptly ar-nans to. . frJ-Traneient adenrtieorrtents and job-woik must ks paid for in advance) trAII communications and advertieemenfcmual s hatnlad In helore lOoclocs. en Wstlnesday,or M delayed another work. SCHOOL EXAMINATION. THERE will be in Examination of .lie Public School in Morristown on Fridat th 9th of March to- be held in the Presbyte rian Church. The friend. of Education and the publie generally are invited to attend. By. order cf the Board. H. SIPE, Clerk. (CJTBt invitation of the Board of Education we were fcre aent at Mr. Muere'a achoul in Friday afternoon. The examination of the classes waa not the principal leature In the Xtrclsea, but wai nevertheless, very inter eating. The main exercise waa the reading of the papers published by the echolara. ; Since pur last report frum this echool the yeung men have complied with our sugges tion, and started a paper called the "W'idt Awake." The productions in .both papers were praiaeworth;' inasmuch as they gav evidence of talent in writing, though the subjsrts were in some caaee objectionable. Personalitiea commenced in coed humor .lead finally te hard feelings, which in school ate always to be deprecated. .We re peat, however, that this plan of composition possesses advantages that theold plan does ot, doing away with diffidence, end res tralnt. Our thanks are due the young ladies of "TAe School Gem" for their "puff." On all proper occasions we shall endeavor to recip rocate. We hope they may all persevere and make ef themselves Mrs. Slowei, Fanny Ferns, Irvings, Emergens, Dickens, and Coo pers. (jAlas.the cold weather proved too much fur one of our noble Shanghai roosters! Overpowered by the co'd hlusts ol Winter his proud head( as last ni ght luid low, his flashing eye dimmed, his clarion' voire hm li ed, and his noble form wrapped in the icy cerements of Deulh! No more as of old shall thy voice arouse the. echoes of the grey dawn, and welcome "meek 'eyed morn" with trumpet notes, but 'neuili the frozen clods of the valley thou wilt rest! Iltquicscat in pace! (yTlie Caledonia, on' her way up from New Orleans, loaded principally- with su gar, was run into on Friday last, nt. Sebnrt Falls, by the Endeaior,' and sunk. She lies wi'h thre feet watir in the hold. We learn that there wag 200 hhds sugar en bourd for Messrs. Rhodes Si Oglehy of Bridgeport. Some portion of the cargo was insured in the Aetna. Wheeling Gazelle. The firm of Rhodes &, Ojleby his been dissolved for some time, but we fear the above refers to the enterprising firm of Rliedes & Brother. They had some good i on tlio way from the South, " COLD! COLD! COLD! Such weather! Cold, colder, coldest! Who ever heard of the thermometer down to 6 it the 1st of Murch? That long mooted qeestion "Is there a 'North'' can now be answered satisfactorily in the affirmative. Every other man you meet complains of the westher, and greedily reads all accounts frem the torrid zone. Oj'mornins the forlorn old bachelor crawls out from between the sheet iron blankets of his one-horse bedstead, and after breaking the ice in his cracked pitcher proceeds to perform hi ablutions in a bowl which beara a striking resemblance, to a po lar sea, in miniature; he, poor fellow, all the while cursing bis hard lot. Ii is coid weath er, and men go about the streets muffled coats, cloaks and comforters, looking for the world like an Egyptian mummy. We can only get closer to the fire, and tulk about the temperature of the dog-days. Q-The following ia the Jury for the March Term of the Probate Court fur Bel mont County. James Shepherd, Union tp. Stephen Wilson, Watren tp. Matthew Bigger, Smith tp. Thos. Nichols, Richland tp. Joseph G. Dplon, Goshen tp. Isaac Holloway, Flushing tp.J James Milligrn, Pultney tp. Thomas M'ljor, Colerain tp. Chatem Wright, Goshen ' tp. James Kelsey, Esq., Pultney tp. Aaron White, Richland tp. Joseph Stephens, Pease tp, fcJ-Since the 12th of January Governor Medill has paidoued six convicts in the Ohio Penitentiary, as follows: Daniel P. Carlisle, convicted in Columbi ana Co. ot horse stealing. Mattheu Mackey tod Henry Machty, eon victed in Monroe Co., the former of aiding the passage, the letter of passing counterfeit money. ' ' John Coleman, convicted In Hamilton of passing counterfeit money. . Richard West, convicted in Cuyahoga of Manslaughter. - Jafrc O'Donnef.convlcted in Muskingum co., of Assault end Battery with intent On'the36ih of December Benjamin Ma ter, convicted in Lucas co. of attempting cemmif a rape, -was pardoned. The Governor publishes his reasona the above pardons ia the SMeswnn, and -on ... .' i.'rHi'M'Ur!..'..'. .11 doubt they aresHfSoieat, but after i 'anan has fair trial and la convicted, we think he snould not be pardoned, bxcept In very rare cases. One tier week is rather too last. NEW PUBLICATIONS. The Edinburj (Quarterly) itatiew for Ian' ua y ia at hand. Its contents are: Parliamentary O ppositlc Cardinal Met sofanti; Charlesthe (th; Modern French L'iW rsture; The Siege of Rhod e In 1480; Pri vet Bill Legislation; Mount Athos and its Monasteries; Marsden'a history of tnePurl tana, and The War in the Crimea. This number con mences the lOlit Volume of this periodical. Terms of subscription f 3 per annum; Poatage 14 cents. It Is unnecessary (or us te say anything commendatory of this work, aa it is too well' known to require it. It is republished in America by Itonari Scolt & Co., Ne. 79 Fulton streut; N.Y., Uoi:hoU Words fur March and April, be ing a double number, is received. It con tains 163 poges of reading matter, including Dr. tae's report outlie lost Arctic voyagers; North and South, completed; and '.lie roting Englishman, again. We may stste for the benefit of those per sens unlcquaiated with the work that it is conducted by Chat. Dickens, the celebrated English author who writes I argely for its pa ges. Besides articles from him It has a re gular corps of contributors embrscing the most eminent men in the varioui depigments of Art, Science and Literature' in England, among whom are Prof. Faraday the Chem ist, Win. Howitt, Leigh Hunt, and Barry Cornwall. Its articles a'6 of ihe best quali ty, a nd of the highest order of English cem position.' Teri.is: $3,00 per year; 3 copies (5,00; J. A. DIX, Publisher, No. 10 Park Place, N. Y. From the O. S. Journal. Proceedings of Temperance Convention. COLUMBUS, February 22, 1855. The Convention assembled according to q)l at the First Presbyterian Church, anJ temporarily organized oy eiectingl. oenmur-k- er, of Licking, Chairman, and J. F. Keeler, of Cuythopa, Secretary, and was applied by prayer by Rev. Mr. Creighton, of Franklin. On motion of J. J. Janney, ot franklin, a 'committee on Permanent Organization was tPdointed, viz: J. J. Janney, Kev. J. F. Creighton. and J )fph Holmes, of Frank lin; . . .1. 1 IT! 31. 31. fc.iw.ir0a, ol uiiniilion, anu - rung of . On motion, a committee of three was ap pointed to enroll the names of members of the Convention. . The committee on permanent organization reoorted for President. Geo. M. Yovno ol Montgomery; Vice - President, lr. itoueri Thompbon of Franklin, Caleb Clark of Ham iltonf ond Peter Sells of Cuyhoa: Secreta ries, J. F. Keeler of Ctiyahotra, William ,B Fairchild Of Greene, ami M. P. Gadds jr., of liaroiltjri. v. Report adopted. On motion, the following named persons were appointed committee on R'gsolutions; C. W. B. Allison of Logan, Albert T. Slade of Cuvahoca, I. Schmucker of Licking, J. S. Guthrie of Chamoaicn, and Wm. Windom of Knox. A report .from the Executive committee was then read and referred to the committee on Resolutions and Business. Verbal reports were then made- by dole aates frt ir. various sections of the State, re specting ihe efforts to enforce the present liquor law and the results of the same. Cunveutiou took a recess until 3 P. M. AFTERNOON SESSION. ail jr. co., co. to to for The reports frem Delegates were resti mod until the coming in of the committee on R solutions, whose report, with a slight amendment, was adopted as follows: Whereas, The enforcement of the present liquor laws imperfect as they are -is in creasing and establishing the temperance sentiment of Ihe Slate, fur more rapidly and 'thoroughly than a mere system of lecturing on temperance would do, without eucn en I'orceiiient. And believing it to be the fore runnrr of a law much more effectual for the Dression of the manufacture and traffic in in toxicating linuurs of every description. And whereas, from the experience of the past, we believe that our great'obiect, the enactment uf, and perlecting prohibitory laws, can be cfl'ected without the organization ot a politi co! temperance party; Therefore, 1st. Resolved, That we are highly grati fied at the decision of our Suprmf Court bustaining the constitutionality of the Iawre straining the sule of ardent spirits, snd we pledge ourselves, individually and collective ly, to give aid and encouragement to its en forcement believing lhatit iscjpable of wor king out great good to the people of Ohio. 2d. Resolved, That while we take decided ground in favor trf the energetic and vigorous execution af our present law, we will never theless "continue our exertions to prncurd the enacUnent of one, thoroughly prohibitory to the manufacture and sale, as a- beverage, of all intoxicating drinks, and which shall contain the principles of search, seizure, and confiscation. 3rd. Resolved, That we deem it inexpedient to nominate a separate Temperance tick et fur Stato officers; but we 'vill pledge our- selves, and recommend to eur friends, to vote for no ciiiuiidite for any Legislative, : Judi cial, or Ministerial office whose sentiments and nractice are not with ns. 4th. Resolved, That we recognize obligation of the friends of Temperance Ohio, to par the indobtekness of the State Executive Committee, te the satisfaction the creditors, in procuring speakers and circulating papers and documents iu ean.'Paiff1' of 1853. 5t'i. Resolved, That we take up a colter ion i monev. and individual pledges from the deleirate.' present, te apply to that ject; and lhati.'l members of this Convention be reauested to solicit contributions in their respective counties, and foiw trd te the State Executive; Committee. 6th. Resolved, That fcelievlng the "Nst- tional Temperance Organ," published Cinninnati, to be a fearless advocate ol glorious principles for whion we are striv ing; we, therefore, as a body, most cheerful ly agree as aueb to advance and support usefulness, and cordially recommeee its un- timlted plirensge te all Irvit friends ef the esuse throughout out Stale and country. 7th. Resolved, That a Slate Eiscuttve Committee' of bin meaibsrs be appointed by this Convention. In 'pursuance of the last resolution, the following persene were appelated ae the Bute Executive Committee: Pr. Robert Thompson, of Franklin; J. J. Janney, do. Dr. J ohn D. Thompson, do.) A. Stewart, Co.) Dr. W. E." Us, de.; C. W. B. Allison, of Logan; Isaac Schmucker, ef Licking; Juho A. Foot, of Cuyahoga; Win. Windom, of Knox. An invitation was received from the Daugh ters of Temperance soliciting the atten dance of the membere ef the Convention at the supper, far the benefit of the poor, to be given this evening at Neil's JIall, which, on in jtion, was accepted. fisn. S. F.Carcy introduced the following resolutions, which were aaopted viz: Resolved, That we cong-atulate the peo ple of Indiana on the recent passage of their glorious prohibitory law; and, identified as we are with then in sympathy and interest, we will not rest nor be satisfied until, our ewn Slate shall occupy the same noble plat form. Resolved, Thst, ss friends of our common country, we will toil on and toil ever, until the sceptre of this destroying angel ahall be broken; and eur America shall be worthy of the pure name and exalted virtues of the iai mortal Wash moron, whose natal day we commemorate. On motion of J. F. Keeler, the legal forms prepared by M. Warren, Esq , of Uellefnn- tninr or proceedings under the Ohio Liquor Ltw, were recommended. to the, temperance men throughout the State.' On motion, the Convention then adjourned. GEO. M. YOUNG, pres't. J. F. Kef.ler, ) War. I FairciIild, CHILD, Secretaries. M.P Galdin, i. Jr., ) PjtOFERrRzNDERINO OF ScRtlTl RE. The rendering of scripture which declared peace on Enrth between 'he good and bad, always seemed to us to be Tei ksnifhan. Kossuth has published a letter te the,Quaker,in reply to their request to him to join the Peace So ciety. He answers them on their own ground ie., scriptural authority, and defends hghting with vigor, perfernng war lo oppres sion. He says the common version of the message," Peace on Earth and good 'will to neg," is wrong. He adheres to the Vulgate as translated in the Douay Bible, "Glory to God in the highest, and en Eurlh ' peace to men of good will." He gave this rendering in one ef his speeches in America, and it gave rise to a great controversy at, the time. He says to the Quukers: "ou say it is wriuen,'Glorv to God in the highest, and peace on earth, good will toward man ' , . . But I eay unto you, your version of the Gospel is apocryphal. -The text ruus ihun: Glory to God in the highest, and peace on earth to good-willing men.' (Gloria in excels is Deo, el ; in terahomimbus, bona voluntatis.) . "lour doctrine of 'peace at any price, and war at no price,' is good will to ill-willing men, and ill-will to good-willing men." Buffalo Democracy. CONFIRMED. Washington, Feb. 20 Jahn Appleton was confirmed as Secretary of Legution at London. S. S. Cox of Ohio was confirmsd as Sec retary of Legation at Peru. Atkinson was confirmed as 3d Auditor, in place of F. Burt. SAILED. New York, Feb. 21 The Atlantic sailed at noon with 60 passengers, including Grim and Murio, and one million, three hundred and twenly-iix thousand dollars in specie. 'Have we a Bovkbun amomo 'jsV The. Statesman this morning contuins tlit Presi dent's veto inesbaija in full on the Froncii Spuliuliun bill. H approves, snd cumplucent iy says It is no small affair these times to a tw. lm i -. have a peuson at the head of Government with courage enoiiL'h tu examine the acts of the Natiunsl Legislature, and not sanction l!iev as a mere machine." The question arises which shall be the "machine," the Representatives uf the Peo-j pie, or the Kinu! "I forbid,'' coming fromi a machine called a President, is just as well as from any other "one man power." How . t-. i i . .'i , "Democratic" It looks to see the President vetoinir me oil repeated action ol t.:oni;ress! We repeat, "have we a Bourbon among us!" ' Journal. (7"Te remains of Mr. T. M. Gaily ar rived here on boa, d the steamer Interchange on Ratttrduy afternoon snd was buried yes terday by the Masonic order attended by the City Council and the firemen. Wheeling Times. as OThe Washington correspondent of tho New York Tribune save the six column veto of the French Spoliation Bill was concoct ed by the President from a speech un tho subject, made jn . !855, by B;lus Wright. VvAi paper. And where could any one go with SMre sufety to look for truth and correct senti ment's than to the speeches of Silas Wright) No whero.- So, if true, it is no discredit, but otherwise. Statesman. Plagiarism then, in a Democratic Presi dent "is no discredit, but otherwise," accor ding tp Sammedary. PENN'A. U. S. SENATOR. the of of in the lUitaisBURO, Feb. 37. The first ballot fur U. S. Senator resulted as follows: Cam eron 60, Scattering 75. After the third ballot a motion was made to adjourn till to-morrow at 11 o'clock lost, by a vote of, 6-1 to 66. Amotion was made to adjourn until the .first Tuesday A October agreed tofyeas 65, nays 65. Adjsurned. The Governor will appoint a Senator un til one is elected. 0b' Marriage Licenses were ersnfod in the town of Danvilla in 1854- It con. tains a population of 00. . Vh horrible! bjrrible! horrible, at the FlRi.T-Tho stors house snd its contents, togsther with the adjoining dwelling th widow of the late Joseph Moor, on th Na ticnat Rord, three miles sastef this city were ooisumed by fire en Friday night, The loss of Sir. Moore is estimatsd at 32,OuO. The bulUlinfS bwlonged to, Mrs. Racbael Hern. brook, whose loss,' Ii about 700. . Wheeling fnfeHifenetr DEATHS. Diip At the American House In St. Clairsf ill on the Sbth Inst., after an illness s f ten days, Mr. STttfc Smith, I n the 77th yesr or his age. The deceased has been a resident of St. Clsirsvllle since April 1814. in i COMMERCIAL RECORD. ST. CLAIRSVILLE Feb. 28. Eggs, 13. Butter, 18. Flour, 6.35. Hams 10. Shoulders . Sides, 7- Corn Mesl, 76. Sugar, 7(98. Coffee, II. 11 lnM-j 1119.13 Oats, 37($4t "lover Seed 6,00. Tiniul iv scarce t.HWAQ. Dried Apples 1,00. ' Nails a9d 4,87. Buckets 25 Salt per barrel 8,65 Lard c. Potatoes $1,35. ar ST. CLAIRSVILLE Feb. 28. CINCINNATI MARKET. Fti. 36. Flelif firm at8,35aS,30. Grain quiet C'wrn C0s64. Oats 45s50. Provisions quiet, hut general aspect ef trade 1 unchanged, ne sales of importance transpi red. Coffee unchanged. Molasses 31s34. Sugar 4jnJ. New cleversued 6,60a6,76' Linseed oil 75. Butter scaice snd in demand at 1SsI9 (or prime roll. The suspension of navigation acts unfa vorably on the market. ! NEW YORK MARKET. Feb. 25. Flour unchanged with sales of good Ohio at 9,009,30; Soothers 8,7jU,31. Wheat trifle higher with sales ef Southern red at 212. . . - Corn firm; with sales of 5,0U0 bu. west ern mixed white 96a96j. Pork abode higher, asJea of 640 bbls. at 8l24al 3,60 for old mess, and prime mes at fU.SOa 14,75. Beef firm, with sales of country moss at 8,2jall,0O. Lard lower, PjaSJo. Rio crfl'ev firm, with tales of 1400 bags at 9nl03. Sugar 4jn5J, jlfolasse unchanged. Linseed oil firm ata75a77c. Rice firm. Cotton do. Storks weaker. Money unchand. Vir ginia Ta Vi. I, a r lon 22$. t i'ii'inv:-inu 3l,;Ene463; Reading 25; N. Y..rfc On- tral R. R. 94. Mich. Central 7: Mvhi gan Southern 75, Cleve., Col. Si. Cin. )3. t I SABBATH DIRECTORY. M. F.. CHVarif. I'satnr. John M. Korkin. Pill- lie Worsliip'at 11 o'clmk, A. M. iVaWiailuS'chool at 21 o'clock P. M. B. E.CaitOTHEas Suprrintrndtnt. Pbesbytikian Ciiuann. 1'anior John Mnffat. Public Worahip at 11 oVIock, A. M. Snlihalh SVIiool nt 3 o'clock P. M. G targe Anderson, Super intondant. Ahsocute REroRttrn Ciiurcn. Pastor, Alrran dtr young. Public Worshipul 11 oVIuck A. M.--Bilile Class.instructed by tlie Pastor at 10 o'clock A M. SPECIAL NOTICES. A Usr-mtvi.- We, do not relor uf a reprieve from Cnpiiul Puniaiiment. There is a slow torture Irom which a respite is equally desirable. We tefi r to dyspepsia a word in w hich all the horrors ol indi-i;i-9iuiii are sumnieil up To ihe sutlerers ly this paimt'land hnrra-sin (liaeaac, wo can holdout not only bright hopes, but ths ccstiiniy of inmicthtiie reliul and permanent cure. Tiiere ia a ionic, conliul and alterative principle tn Heotlaml's Uertnna Bit lera, which inevitably anTaand ehanires the mor bid ncliott ol Ihe sionisok snd the secretive orynns. rutiinvc tlieuieenne. mid rettores to heallh. l iepa red by Dr. C. M.Jnckauii, Philadelphia. See advertiaenient. Keb. 22. aw. CONSUMPTION AND SPlTTINd DI.OOD. - Sa the cer'.ilicatu ol Mr. Turner 11. Kumsoy lur many years propiletor of the Karmr-M' llott.1, rretl trickrlturg, Va., and late ol'tltcCiiy llcHtl, Rich mond, Va Dr. John Minfo, of the city of Richmond, though a nyiilur pliy.-inun, antl ot course oiijitisi d to wlml he called quack mediuiim, waa obi mnl tu suy that ita gotnl etlects in the Cane of Mr. Knniscy, ware wondirtiil iniloeu. He hod been given up by several physiciuns; had I tried moat ol thu quark, medicines, ami was on the ! veri;e ol despair, as well as the jruvu, when lie tried ) Curler's Spani di Mixute. We reier the public to Ins lull and lengthy Ceruu- - . i i ..... i ..: ! ' cue ruu u mo ituuie, aiming ninuuro. . ndvcriiscmeut.-Keli. -1iii. ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TO COIfTiULOTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE ceiveit liy the uuileraiened, until the iuth of March for the Pinue anil Brick Maumtry ol a Meeting lluueefur the M. E. Church, In UAHNKHV 11.1.1'.. Ut.-lmi.nt C'uun- Iv. Ohm. pueuncaiiuiia can u acen uv taiiuii n H,:,,). Mackall Eaq., at the r.lt. in Harneavilla, illl wnum nuuoaua way ua u March 1, 1655. W. A.TAI.BOTT, WM. FUITH; -. WM. KF.E. JOHN T. MACK ALL, BENJ. M.tCKALL. Committee. Al'TACIIMENT. A' T our instance a writ uf Attachmont wb on the fith'dav of Fehruary, Ifl.VV inued ny la- vitt M, llavies.a Jiutiui nf ttie Phjicu of KiuhVaml 'J'owneliip, Hi'lnmnt f'ouuiv. Oliio, aeanut the soodr, ctiattela, m.'litu, cretlita. moiHtye ami tiled of Jmnett II. 'J'apg art. Will laui Taireaft ami J oaiitme Gemey. atn til in of J. II. Tajrgart It Co., non-ref idtia ilehtora for tlieamn nf Eietity One Dofare ami anhtyni renta with i in r eat from the 3J day ol February anil Cuiu of Hint. VViliant Thoinai who reiidra williin Urn Touniyof flomuul, ia cai uinlieeii in the above cnxe. WIIKATfc TIMPL4IN. ' Miler I'amiiiiyloii, Att'y lor i't'ifa. March 1( 1R5S. State of Ohio, L'elriiont Couuty, SS: CoM of Common Pleas. Guernsey P ranch of the State nank of Ohio, in Waah- mgiuD, riaiuiin, VSi Thomaa Jolinaion, Jr . Micliaef Sweeney and Louis Bay lis Uetemiatiie. Petition. Attachment. rfllE Defendants herein named are liere- JL hv rotirled that the PaintifToii the IfTth dav of' teuruary, le.ift, ned a petition with an amuavtt lor an Altachuitjul iu the court ulCumntou Peaa of the County and stale aforesaid, statin iheiem thai 'I' ho. Johuaton, Jr., and one ol said Oelemlaut execuied hie note on the vid day ot I'tU. IM...S, due 60 (lava alter 'the date thcreor lortlui aum or ;i UOO payahle to the nnlcr ol Michael 8 weeny, another ot aaid Dufoitdauia and endorsed hy aaid Sweeny and I.otns Hay ha one uf said Oefrndauia and delivered lo the I'laiutill'; Whurehy the IhlnudanU are iahl to pay the t'lainiifT tbe amount oraaid note acopy of which not i filed with the peiiliun in the cae that th Hlaiutifla In said Petition have nhUiued an order of Attaclinieut and aak for Judttmni fteaium the Defendant for the amount of said note on and alter the 3d day ol April Ih.'ij, that aaid Deiendaiita are renin rd to auawer aaid Petition on or be I urn th td Tuesday iu May JHj$, or Judument will he taken a?ainl thm uii- on default. M1LLEH I' UN N ISH I ON. . March 1, lHij-Ow. AtiVr I'li'lT. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.. r"HE Personal Property cf Dri -Jos. Hew- 1 . siaan, Deceaae.1, will ba.olS al l'L'BLIC BALE, atu.alatarsaieui,i Balaionl Couulv. oa Thursday, thl 1st of March, next. SalA nroneriv conaiaia ia Dart of Medical Bonke.f urei- cat laatrameiiie, Three llaraea. Thirteen head ol Calile, OneTwo lloraa Wuun. Una llrarborna Wwn, a ri'im Iter of Farmlm utenaila, Kuhlaaa head of Bheep.Corn and Oaia la ma ouanei, lan a area si vvneai ir tne rouBd,ToTaa ( Hay, s"4 variatf of othar aril els toa teuioaa tomauHoii. Sal. it cammeara at to'- sea Mb. k, A.M. U.IS9S- IIAttbuaA nBtrrjl afK, JOIBCU aOOrig, Adw'fS. 1EOLL EXTRA LISTING. CARPET J,rt.;B rM, at rjnss) ffVt? t 7 MM A', FOR KENT OR SALE. I 'SIR Hubbard Farm. Grist snd Haw Mill, I on W'tiMiinill. Th Milla nr Farm will h uMur rn.M,, araft'r ifrittirad. 1 tftrma aip f Ii. I.. J-itnii.fi,ir K. S. (ran, St. Clairpllt, O. . Mar I. . MM) FUR SILK. BriNG desirous te move West, the Sub ' tUrair f.r Silt auS will 'all lha fliia SMunbaS Raal fcatata ISO A4 IIMOF f.AND. Miatta In Richliail T.iwafhip, fU'mfntCa Ohle -) ottttiari.aS IcaAing frum Lo;lvilift totitei.antrai Nail k,a. I,m .ma an J a nitf ,in fnr aaeti pla'a. lit Acira of cttarnl l.aaS ail in a Mid f;a'.a ,f au'tivati't-, and aom 'u cra of i:na m fraa. Thara ia oti is Farni a planiiim aupiilv r Wi 100 and CM I., and nr lamnf atiaama ol WjSCUH is ry fltH o l i placa. '(.frt ii nntha ptara aflrat fal f ASM IIOl.'eE ral'n. lattd fur two f aimr. if ntb.iit'f, anS all other nf. cfttarjr iMiiiftmrt. wi'h a (art a aantir of a'lii'.at fry kmJ ol Hll, IT IKir adantrS to t timiata. A.t;i(JO WEI.I. OP n A TDK I. jr lit Ktttiin ttoo'.anS a Sutal Purlin of rlrar r.old aparkins aicr withm tlnrtjr ttapa of ilia door. Any prra.m wiahms to piirrhaia a Tarai would rta .well to call at my hontt and Jul for itiielva, and tat ternit of fAlt will ba madt arcammodatmc. I will alto aall lua uoo of W lit at wtiith imu latl.a isroiihd, WII.LtA V C'AHII. Fab. Ii, IS'.). SHERIFFS SALE. Holiister, McGrew Jk. Co. Thomas Wiley, et !. I3Y v'utue of an slias execution to me di- I 3 rerjtad from ttit Court of Common ritaa of Rtl mint County, Ohio, I will ofitr for hale at Fulua Aut tiunos Monday, the 5M day nf March, A. D. 1855, littwaan tli houra of .0 o'clock, Jt. M. and 4 o' litck, P. M.of taid day. at the front door of too Covrt XoilM.in Mt. Clairaville, tn aaid cnu ity. the f.'llfiwmg landt antl tennmetita, Pitttite lyint' and lieing in taut county uf Belm'int, and Ntate of fi,o, hounded anr ft-crtlie,l at fulow to wit: Lot Muuiliery.-2j and Ivil N limber je.lnthe town r,r Martintrilia. balmont County, Ohio. Appraiaed al $XilfO. Bherill't OfTica at Hi. ritireeille. Penniarr 1, t'.-,3. J'Jll.N C. .MCllULe.Sliarirr. Fab. I, Y6X.-YlX FARM FOR SALE. IWlLLutTvr at Public Sale, en the prerni Mi, on Thursday, Starch 1st, 1355. Tlit Vftliiatile Farm oti whfi I formerl reaidad, titua trt in Wfirren uwnhip, Kftiiiiutit roiihly, Ohio, 011 Hit road letfiitu from Momninwn to Bartifit ill, near lha n .I-A villa'.'ft ul Mt. Olivet and alniul I niila from jBfcJTJV Oniral Ohio Kail Koati. 1'tit Farm lvh 0 ACUES, sTrVilr'V-'--Tr Iran' which are cleared, and umler ffiiul cultivation. It liaa mi it a good Orchard of f rafted fruit, and excellent huiliillga; ia wall Vi'aterad and heavily Timbered 'r lurthnr narlicatara inquire of Wot. P. Daujherty, rciidinc at Mt.Uhmt. 'i'anua made known on tne day oftliePale. JOHN. IH ANEV. Feb. I, 155. It nd. PROPOSALS WILL BE I) ECEIVED Iv the nndersizned until IV the Brat f alurdav of March. at which lima the Hoard uieela.) for eonie'eutlatile pareon to take charfa af the Cuuutv Inftrinary for one year from lha nret of April, Ifii. and perioral all lha aeceaia-y lal'orontlia Farm and in the kuute, and furmah thetr own rooma. rll ull rfcmitP'l. THOMAS M . ML'IIOI,, JOHN WAUD. Fall. lJ.lfM. DR. U ASTON 'I EXDF.RS li's Profesr'onal erv!cfs the ciiiiei.n'of BiiLLAlaa and vicinity Nov. '24. 1KH. WATCH. AND CLOCK MAKER! aim. DEALER IN Jewelry, Fuucy Goods, Notions, tzv haum:svii.L!:, oiiio. TT VValchesaiid Clocka rrpuirej to eriier, aud war-rauli-drU rlepl. 15, ly. I'l- SILKS. T 11 K largrat stock of Silk and Satins weerero.TerMto'the nuhlic, containins al trait 10 AitiO vile of every wtyle ami quality. Itrocade, fie'd. iImiii ami nlairU ami vtrute. niibraciiio Uie tfrtaleit Itarcaina we ever hour: tit. Plain clianueal'le, worth CI.0U. I""'1 :r' toHOcta; PiitM and plain do. worth 91.IHI to ltBjt a i "U to 75-tn; a few ftiete If ft of tlio Fiji'd, lanry ami maca iihb, wnrm 91 wi i,-o. n wmvn htve iilri ao many in a few weoku, at 3Ci to 6U Cl-""J ' Na trouble to aliow tUeisn," at 8TON K Jt TIIM AH So. tiO. 174, Mftin tt. Wheeling. 'yi1 ""J ".k: ' S f ,..w5.ic.h,.,i: LAND AND WATER WILL FOR SALE. rpHE Suberikr hftfinf fot tho Wei- urn fevar will bfTer hi Mill Property at Public Sale, on Thursdrty, Harch ISth, 1855. Saiil property ia aituaied U Diilaa Suutlt Weat of . RAIL ROAD AT BELMONT. ilh a jnod roa.l to the iwinl. The property conita Kiuuriug and aaw Mi 1 Itoia capal Ir of rluini a otilhui llieaa ami in a lie illborliood wliers Welily nr grinding and eawinii cautie liad. Auatlieil to tins propiuly ia is.b sjraxmaaai9 - Orewd Laud, a ronaiileraWe part uf which ie Buttnm. ami very auilal'e in every way fur janlenine,. To mTWiti wh(i wiahee lufn.'.uw the Miennf hiittineeelliie ia a deain He location, a. a flood lianjam wiU be uivaii. Any peraun wiaiuns furtlier iniorniation about tho prou env can have it t.y apityinit lo the t'ubicriher on ureiuiaea.or Tlioa. w. I awian, uenuoni. Beuiont, Feb. Si, mi 1L JOHN B. UVNUAN. SHERIFF David ."1 o T T? L. Jcnmn& vs: Samuel Gourley. BY virtue f two several Fxeculiona ta direcetlfrtom lh Court of Tomninn Pleat of I! men i t'o. O., 1 will otlrr lor Hal al I'uhlic Auction Monday, the diy of MarchA . D. hetween th houra of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clo.k I'. M. of aaid day al the frontdoor of the Court Hot in til. 1'lairfville. Uelmoiit fount y, Ohio, the lolfowin$ dearriled Ueal rlae with the aitpnrtenaitcea thereiin to hcoii)tiiiir. Htiiiai lynr and Iwhin in the I'ounty rlehnoiii and Hlalf of Ohio, and hounded and de'rrthed aa lolowa in wit: Uein parte h( sSerlioiia N'umlter and 10. 'J'owuahip number 7, aiid Hanxe iiuinhr 4. hounded on the Kast hy ihe Cadiz Huad. on the North hv laud of Kohert Wilkiua and the I'reahyterian Grave yard, on th Weat h thetsraded Itoad.on Uie 4iuth fanila ol J. 1). CrciKh K. J. Meiander, John Tlioitiiaou. J antra Ferran and Hlet,8nitth,leeint lh aame landa tenemenle on which the fate John fiourr recided in life tune. Contaiuinjf V4 Acre cf hand more or tv, sSiieriil'1 Oftice. Tebf nary the S.'d. JOHV C. MCllOisB, Sheriff. Ftl.. 83, W5. :Ct7 fanda ol J. D. CrciRh R. J. Meiander State of Ohio, Belmont County SS: Court of Common Pleat. Guernsey Branch or the Slate Bank of Ohio, in Waal, inguu. flaitiliir. t: Tlma Johnston. Jr.. Michael Sweeny ar.d LouiaBay ha. Ite IcndautSa . . Pttition. Attachment. rrMlF DufenJants hernin named arc hereby I .naj HiKitlie PfaiutilTon tlia 211 U dav of mare lH.iA. Aed a relilinn ia Ilia Cmirl olCummon Di...Af n.,nn,n I'nuutv Haunt therein that Thomaa Juhneton, Jr. one ol aaid itelemlame aiecutrd hia oniitevu oy .t 9 ia.il iayait.s imt .. .w ma, ... itlV.ntia.ita a.id md.trrtd by aaid Bai lta and Michael aweenev arid d.f.vered lu ilia I'ainlirT; whera'.y f."d Uefcndauls heeon.a liable to nay the Plaintiff amoiiiiiufaaid nota with Inta en Irom tlielaiof Fahrua !r. Iri45 that a eopy ol aaid rota ia lila.l wittt aa.d ..'.a .ifiJavit fjr an Auachmeu' iu. Plaintiff in aaid Pennon a.ka (nr Jmliment .mo.inl of aaid noia with lha intereal ssainaj lha U.feii 5. .i. and that aaid Defendanie are raqilred to anewer i Pu"on thalTtb davof Marali. IW, ar Jud- - aa issilarsa aaamat inam noon oeiaun. lusi'ite ifiw" xiLi.ea revsiNTrox. . rci.iiu. a' s1! IWa!- Slate or Ohio, Iklmotit Coun'v. f)t COURT OF COM M OX t't.EAS. ftrfil Wribt II "ifjintnlt ril'rr of Iht Et4U (( Ii. IrWVt, Ltsi(Jt4. . Hiram Of 9, t Attachment, UT laid Dtfendint lliram Gov a non- rftidtnt f t.i Btattnr OhiA. will th notle I r ft Hfliilittn tle4 in lUm l.'lorkf Ortn uf ilt VnuAui ('omuion Fle-sift nt iifJ countf of Hlmnnt on ih Htlfi 1f of JionaUf tb airsllIiMan Mfitr nf AtU'-hBie-tit a ainit tttt prQVt ly f aid drfa-rdftnl ! imikiI t( tl)f 'n iUt. Tn n1 jsit anil pruyrf f turi ftiilii lp racievcr j-jtin.H Min1ll rttffiMat I Utt lhftiin vt 1 it iff,, ft tjsMt 1 offf h f .f tha Jvini in1 ili'y o' th a "i. mom if 1 .it. ia ), and int mi a mrt 'jnatinlrT otiti.a-idiiii nmii afamal Vm. mnA Kaina tMff amonvf of th haihit of lua f a-1 4fiv1Ml t-i th diinti f aa )1n.iMatratr aatforfsva 4 on tlia (itvmeti of a 4 nata y (ha aaxl plante r at 4t.fitiniatra-.rir mSfn4 w II; tna intf'tirritn tliadfi or Hit r.-rai tiif !nreaarf. A ad alao f-r tna ttirn of wi'h in (rrft lrin lha lit day rf Au$ u t-r:t, on a atf oimt uf fa 't dcaari aaatt taid atrfrnffa'it, fuch waa r1u a-td unpad:in lha inatima l aaid 4 I 11 tew tha dtfendant aiMar a;nt anaVrr bf tl Stth lav r.f Marcb, A. ii. If-, ju1tntia will la taht arat- bin. W. StrplV, Aiv't far I'laiuiiff JollM If fltAl OW, Clark. EXECUTOK'H SALE. IN Biir-a.ianm nf flin I aa will anil Tpa l- .1 pursuance oi ui-5 1 ss. win anu 1 meat of I)aid Miller, der ,1., ttie taint on wlnrS . aa,d daceaaad lived at the lime o' hie d. cae. ia a, Tat. , ed lor aa'e.aaid fa.Bi ta e.tuaie 1 n;t .a r-onlh el fit. I I lairavillacii ll-e rt.dujml;. Jatola'tir,. a.d 1 miiea f;o. the t. o. Fa.l Boad. In li e f ..uniy M Itel nan', Oluoo. iMnnti K,i atrn of , nod nt.ali-.tlo' I. .nd aioi t It, ecie, "lh;'h la ,x d l.nil-ar. the hat anca ia in a o.,d rale or I titiv.liou. The ili.tl laya well, and well waiered. On tli urami- BA there ia two coinfonaMe L'welimf i&JiV Barn, ntahle. Orchard, ehit atone ij";;rf Hpnr.f llt.ii.e. over a atror and never j f fa Un, fprmi of jootl alr near to tl e jlLJr-ai. hoiiae- There ia plenty of atone coal and n"1 l.in.e fi..iie on the pr.-mteee, and a l.anrtaome ani dnln-ahM? situation for any one want, i. a email I arm . inatntat.o.ie rati wen ai prtta.e ia e remr. me day c. June neat, it ai en aaul oay ha ..flare.! at p,i.- eenber livina ontlie i,reini-e. MILTON Mil. 1. ET, Executor. Telmiary let. 'il- la. I7MNE GOLD, JEWELRY, THE NEW- I. aatandniwrt fanlitOTia'tla fivlea of Jewelry con mtinr Hriin f ihi. Lar Iiro;t, Vmstr Hint , Bra' e laia. Af'ulrtu, l,uTI')ii, fi.tri I'eHci'a a-id I'tna, "wk rta.froio' auJ fiilver Cliaint, Ktya, Haiat Jtc. A i. fur aiehf J. T. jsrorr. Oct. 13. No. I3T Mam Hi.. Wlicelinp. salt: salt:: salt::: . 1 LI- persons in want of t' e above article. will pleaielakenoi.ee that the euhecriler haa jtiat received aaupply of the eery heat quality in net Ithta., which he ia aetlin? at Wheeling price. (S3.00 per Hhf.j at hieatote in Ht. riairteille. P. H. , large lot of Tina Hall m Hatha, for Roller end' Ta'.le aae.juet-rectiVrd oy JOHN Jt'.'SU.N. N'bv.4 itH. WHEELING FEMALE S E M I N A R Y ri'MJR next Section the Wheeling F- I main Pfniinary, will commence on W'EDwiiD.t. Teliruary ?ih. and ctininminj five inonthi, WiU tlgae the iat TlHM-ailay in June We are now prepare.) to aefomrncwlai A larpa umbe oTRoardrf as well a i!) pm-itf, a;tl ihe luca char a ter tli at the fchent flow a we dope, rterv 4 rv ana taim, tofetherwith tfiefafiiity avu'i wlnh Vheltnt. ii reaclF:U itmn a i iii'eet.ona. re-i.tv-ra it hif'iiv eifi!,a to I'ernci'iP w.ili'i'ff to neTi'i the:r danghven from hofi.e, !LjJTeTm aa heretofore. MRS. 3. B TUOMPSH.V. Wheel. ne, Jan. 25, TO THE PUBLIC. J. JEPSON ITOULD rffpftru!iy announce to hin I VV old Inerd afid the pnMi- fenn-aHv. tat tie l:at rtttun-et) to ft. ( 'a:ravitle ai'il npera1 a f.'f.cerr tn the nwui mriiier'y occit ixeiltty HcrjMiN Tmomid, wier he iiiteniii. keeti,it ai-unt Hi? auie kitnl of at;itk a he formerly kp1 in tiiii )iia-.e, couatatiii.; of Grocerif,' Htuilwflrr, Qaeenswar?, Ar. And wiiere he hoe hy .r,ct .attentiou to buainai la taicnt a iha t ol pui.liC i-atriniatif . i.,aJ JEl'POV. P H. V Ml. of the teit qoal.tv for Nle ly lua kof at Wheeltiif ptirw, witti adftttion of iraicl.t. At. Cfairtville, r . Kl, lh54 i ; j , . , .( V LiMi ran salf:. HE Suhscriiter, residing at Darnesville, w.at-i to aell a' out '1 hi-fc Iluiidrcd Acres OfUeod Lai.d.licar aa.ilTuwn 'I K ELI AN II ACER. Jan. 56, If i5. ANNUAL REPORT P the County Fund Crnitnissioiters, l.r of a the the County ol IMtuuul anil Htateol Ohio, f,ir Jan uary ti. acctirdnig lu lite blalula in aucti t.aea maua and provided. Amount recHeed from fta:a SS.t30,(H ' prl. HI ale ae pr le.-t Report, 4.0.',J.W, ' principal in Co. Treaa'y IJI.34 4t,h".:'J Balance due Ptaia I .Ml.'.'.' T'.it following are the aunia loaned to itidieitiuala lha rale ol 7 iter cent. per antiiiin, in lha aereral 'J'uwu- alupa iu Ihe County, end aeiured aa Toiluwa: Richland Tp., Mortgageadi other Becuntiaa r'lllkhing ' Maad ' Vora " Bank flock in Belmont Bank of ft. rfaira : Tille. , SI.-WU.S-I j rreniiuniand Intercut paid on Wank Sun fc in aante 9.(.IHj: IndiTidual notea aecure.l l y Mortai taket, Irom bank in payment S.00 Aniuunl of ludivitlual loana 3 'j 4.0, 4ia,o at rtn.sij Dednct for Interest reloanvd Aoi't.advancea b County trsrs.egi me . el 1 ou 1 ate of 4 and hy anu hie Amount on which Interest in arrere Kitkirri. Am't n! Cult on hand Jan. I.for-iae ofS. T. Principal rccc -ri aince iut Kort intereal IVaTirnLXtfTe. Amount paid fr-r tie ni H.-hool Fund for Prinlin; Report Tr Him sn aa Fund Com. aa i'ha. Jnhnaon Ban' on hand for ua of Pahool Find Trtncipa in Couuty Taiai t. i. im ' )JMi.4SI I4.M C3."l 3U,j: We An herey earti'y lhatxh hnve ta a eorreel Uie tTicniand exhihil olt if conditin ol aaid fund, fliveti underour hands tMif.TJ davof January A . LI. h.Tall'KU AS. Auditor. TUOMAS JiNiuN. Treasurer Aeti-it Fund ComintaaiouesTs of Belmont Co. O. Jan.M.UXi. t . Feb- iiale. , the in Pa . lhai furthc anc.ae lo.ou OLD AND SILVER WATCH KM, T .ii nii.litiea llunl.ni. Maeic. and 11. n. Ca.ea. luatrecatred and lor aaia at reduttd pneea, ly No. 1-1? Main Ht.. heaiiaa,. c PLEASANT Y ALLEY . WOOLEN FACTORY. AMES YATES is now running tho Fac tory alKilieey'a Mill, fire miiea wert of Trldje- -nr. k. Kte.m Huw er. ai,a i. precaieu ourini rti eonaolthe year, " niaiiniaclnra wtlh neatne ami iha fnlloo ini articiea. yia: f:a.inirca, faii aelle, Tweed., Blanket., Klannala.and rHnckini i of all tulura, and in e,nalitv not eorpaeaed lie any aatahllehment, low lorcaah, ortha fnllowmf artirleaof ei.de,' Wool. Ht. Beeawai. Tallow, and eoualrv t araiai ana ripinninj, r umne ". .--. .w. country rueioiuaie lo order on reasonable leriee. D.o. I, 1IM. J FARM FOR SALB. rpHE fine Farm, be'.nnjtlnu lo Nshan I Newport, ftt miles Weat of Wheelim and Nrth ol the Nt tuiai Kuatl leoffured at private 'i'hia Farui coa'ama about 130 ACRES, . 03 Acrce under an eseellant etatsnf enttiratlon. Walcrert ' d imnroved, WHO a ennd S'ld neat Dwelling H-.ttee. Barn, stahla Waion and Carriage bona. Mi:k hoiiaa a'.d other out houaaa on 1'ia nremien: ,iiutt rirT oe Faoix. Tho remainder ia Timhere.t. witll llie itmharaaay of afeeaa. F funrier itartirulara enquire of Nathan Kawpot on the pje tiiat,ur . w, yawooiww. wiatftviw 4 7rx iaW " ( 'AkTKIl'H SPANISH MIXTURE. I Tsi ':.t Pi airiaa ar ts Bi.aoa AalaarJ lull. M4rtrt it. 1st ht AJlattd tl ad and Vondsrl A tifuMin rttan.T for Rcrofiila. Rlaa's 1t. leuntatiMiti. '' '-'"ariaMa rure nernr med hr the fraateat of alt m,i,p1,.mk I i;k' niMMfii miXitib." m raifa. a'leunninm.Hr.'.riiia. Hruvliona on lha mm. ! fifaLeCtiiinemis l:rantiona. Plnulea r riifiu ero me rare. nioitue, poiia.t.'hnmie Bore lirr lliii( Va'i nr Tnttef.HrSId llead.ralarnma! . fain of tie Ranaa ami Joint. rHuncnrn Vlcara. ' Ur. liiao ilf-ra. l,unilago. fplsal Complalnta, anu ae anaiat frirman inJuditloDaueaof Mar, cure. , . Irnre in Ltfa, n. Impurity nMha Bfnoe. " 'Tniafreu alterant Meiiitina and Fanflor f Hland a uaerl I y tlii.ueauda of fraiaful patlSoW f aui all part, of 1'ia 1,'iiit'il Platee, who tefllfr daily In iSliiHial iBm iprr. fiilst ran i.tinna s etaal elklaa ,,. teae, Fer I kara. Old Pore,. ArTartiona of ,M, Kelnev.. I.. a.ea nr the Ihreat. Femalefoeiplalnte .h lrhlr,.,f Ihe Hone, and Jo, me. are epeed.l ,.. w rttit hv ..ante Una jrrat and meeumahle remade, Kor an di.-s.a of the Blood, nnthinr haa M boa fnrt , ,,..,., w,,h ,, ri,.,,he ,,,m 0f all intpurilte. .tl. te.illv and efrlr.ently on the l.lvVrand Kidne,a. .ir,-ncu,. 'ihe Dine.tlon, atveii tone o Ihe f-tninach.iMatea the aUt. clear and healthv, and ra Motive. atorea the nn-tiiuton. enreehled hv diaeaw er hrolra , c'otra I lha aiceaaea of youth, to its priaiioe viior sn" ' atrenalli For the J.idiea. it ie mromparal.ty 1 eiter lhaa all Ihe cumeii. a eer -laed. A few rltnea ofdaria'a eriaies .y,lr- ,,i .v, . wne.a of ronn.leitoa kner tl,e ro-a mantlti a lo Ihe rheek.flve elaeticlty la ti,e.te,,. , ,,,,- ,,,te,.aral heallh In a remarkable 1 j I neletee nilrtihr r of l erliflcatea whli h wa haa ratal. red from peMonafrom all pane of the I'nited metee, la t t!,e teet ee,rence (net n era ia no liuml uf aiwei tl. Toe , pne..ho:e! Iieer. majiatrata. phyaiciana.and pshlie ; men.w-,1 kn,wii tot',e community, all .td their .teeti , mouy ti ihe woaderful eftacta of ihia CBEAT ttl.Ot't I'l IMHI K. I t'alloTithe AoeiTand ret s Plrcu'ar and Almanaa, , and read th wnml' rtui rurea thla truly (reateatof all Me l,ciei l a prrloruied. j None e.,ui.ie unVen eifnel CF.N.VFTTdt BBRR9, , P'o inei.ira. No. 3 I'eari Hiren, Rirhmord, Va. ;to whoaa aiiordtr for in jil, and aeeciea mull be addraeaeS. A nit lor eale I v II. AI.KXVIiKR. ft.riairaville. Jca. Ileker, ticeiine. l at. hiini.ar. 1'fiioniowa. ';eo.C H-ncl. Khitenna. II . H. I 'la-k, Mi.rritnwa. II. II. Mott. Ile-heavi: e. -V. P. M.ti Hom. s.,T,-rlon An.1 heniere In aa eeerewlwe. Ka.l. 1IVER COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, Chronic or n voui Debilltr. at n!aas K . ifl:e Kirlneya, ail Mienvs anting fio'n a lisoi 'tcrcd I. tier or f 'ortn-'i. e'i.:li isOiii.(ipr.;ion, lnwar.l 'ilea. Kiiilness. ur Blood is ' lite H !.eWiilttvnl the rttomar-h. .Nau sea. Mei.r truin, Diiuat fur i'ood, Kull- . nse or wet'ht in the Ntoma-lt. Srmr Kmc tatnm. .-iiiAf ,it-. nr Fluttering; at (he lit sf the Piurnir L. Swi-niiiing ot the Hcud, Hurried snd Kili'.i-u i Lrcotl uv. Flu: ti ring at the Heart, t n s'4i:i: or Huilta-s'ini; nsi'ian when la a King f'npture. U.n ntaf V i-ion, I)o:sor V. ':t t(.Si;t,t, fcrsnd full l'siiii!t tin- lleni. Dfiioir-ni y of Pera .irniofi. Vi-!lfwr.f til ihe Skin aa 1 ves. r"jin ;;i tint side. Back, thesi, Liin)9, it., HuJileQ FluehfS nflirH?, turning in llie KI-ah, Cnn-ttart Itnu l'lin'itl Kv ti. and ereal l,)ree-it,n nf Spiriui, cin be rT-atU'iIly cured by PR. HOOrT.AXD'.l CELEBP.ATED GERMAN BITTERS. TRErARgD ST DR. C. M. JACRS05; (iiKiwo' ?Ji:sn nc sioke, X. V20.Arch St., 1 isorU'cio Sixlh, Phiiadm. Tii.f ("iwer nvsr t!i aihiiVf t)ietifi i -iot tciffli. If (MiMri. (t. 1-v nine- iirL'pftrrttii.n in th'C iilH utit, i;e cu r; Ai'.fjji.m iiiiiy cs)4fierikiliii.ijUiicij h. i-ile '. T H-Urrt ie worifir l tie attcntiali of tnTtlidt. ri.jRfiite -rvNi: virinpn m t-ie reciiliclio:i of dittMi nf l.ivnrAin! Pt?r"lTitli.irriit)aTth mnatsnaarr h. i ine nowt'n in axrl ect;on of tho 1irttiro nrgsiTii.i -t. wiiii'. nait, err. am ami p.euanl. TESTIMO.NY FROM OHIO. JnuM Hof-fmh. J rnit vi1t, fihin. My JOth, 1P51 d: wnt m mtr? for your atir. ttooi nJ alto ftrtiiatif r'.lir. .at vitir(;ermati UaUr i whit yon n-ro nm"Ml it ;o ! a hmhly vluii!t itiMiiC.no, whith I know t o.ii tiav-me uikiI ii in ny owl family to mv iiurf nl -tatlM-n. AH who tiavo uaetl it giro tlio nam'- r-T-iriiiiiiviiiiniioti." Htkihk4 A. .Mkit. r-ton, Ohio. BI 11, 1P5S. ay: "llavi'ii h'-ard our titrtnan Bitierii hifflil rt rtiit:ieTIfi) from notirtcn in which I placed muchronfl r!iir. orfT., lo irl.o.tlci from Cleveland- Ow of tli'n I gavf in my 'lani'iifT who fii r1rivprl grtm ( e:it Tro'ii tt; lwo-l v.e thri I void iminditUlr, d 1 wiiii Id :iff you iosj..(j rut a supply of it to mM." Jhn Ci.ark, Itru pwick Ohio. May Wi, f.KV4. ty0- Vt"ir Ci-ni a i HiUrr iiav proved aturCOflifnl inrvtrr raie Hint t.ft cot. ti to mv knowledge, nd ha Opinad fur itiaell ;re&t letnaittt." Tun.' Lrn iirran. i nrit-f ton. Ohio. Jrsmbrl7tht 1M3, aa v: 'VMywilehaa Ufn ciTfcml with thLtcr com. laiut anrt ! t.i in.1 for mm tier of vrr. duriif wdith tnve I lrva.i?itt a rat de) fur doctoring, f lit ah rer.t,fd v.ry luilf l-Tiit-flt thrrrfroio.aiitl nnallv.tiia ducturtt i! i' rnri:i! not h cured. (.it aprin abts concliiili'fi to try your ISitterfi. ah tocktmo hoalea and s?vr titif.e takttiff tiim a'le hai heen alile to Attend t ht-r 1 -laitir-ajfj, until v.-rv lateli the hd new attach, hat ha a;ain cifit-ii n-.f-d ihr Bitten ! haw oid quit a rniiiitif r ofl-ottli tliro.tjrh her rernrumei(ation,'and fara I can rearti, it iien u'iven aaticfaction to all." l'v;tr'oTi Antuit.'iirs. it,io.pcetnber 5. 1P3S, Rysi: rtrni i tn-lin ear i-nnnony to the remarkaoi f-lis-oc nrnnr (.man littir in ih ntro of Liver C'iiMi'a:T. Tor yrar ir-vinna tn takins It, I Wa ae-v"-e!y a trifled wii'i ilipaie of the I.iTCr, ao much to that I ili'i not evtei tto live. I ut ly frea uieof Uie iU tTt).iliania to a kitni l'mvjten-e, I find myaell entirely rru'ri-n tu I chilli aim imeio rnumc my tiauai employ CJ 1 mtit. T !nit Bifr-aja-' ft.rlrly vesuMe antl frr from Al rot:o!iL tiniii:t't aii'! t-tt it junouti infcreiliente, mild in tiii-ir fiiieraiiin,the airct.gihen,iiie ayiiem, never pro tta.r ii. riii'iareeiulielyTenal.:eaid free from all Injurioa at. 1 incrpdo-tr.s. i oM I'.v d-alcra in meilicinecferywhrj, I for V r-v H. A..KX.4NDF.P m.CUimNl. J ." C. Ht-ii el.' m. i Wiii.!i:'i''r ...n wn. " ( . leva.", V ..MUsta ! If. H.M . .-..coetveli. M. P. . ) uii. Voino on. ,tid l' ! tim dtd eme. verywher, V.'veoi'er U IKS , j m SHAWLS and CLOAKS. i ( SHAWLS, every praJe am styK -jsvvr lonj and ature, Broclie, .Thibet, tint , Caalunere. Filk and Rla'liete, eompriainr lite Iteat ator evi'r tiMereii in witeeliiie. Alan, a full variety t I'l.O Kr.'l'a!mai. Mautillai, Ynkea and I'apa, made T-'lv.-l, atlK, i:lulli, aalin and merino. Alvo, Cloaan. Clutha and trtmniinga to matrh. very elieap. al BIII.K Sl THI1M AS-, Nnv. ?0. " 174. Mamat. W heeling. OF w eea- Sia patch, arna. rASUINUTON UNION INST- ranee Company, Cf.avar Atrn. flnra. DAVID JF.VMMiri. Acent. St. rialratlla. Ohl... ireani7e, mi k.w,oh the Mutual principle under u ' ilirertiru ol'tlta f.tlion ini inilividua'a: I, coat, a NyurtTT, linn. Raraaa Wooo, Flon. T. ' . fli.:ii. Hon. E. B. (iidi. audothera. Jan. 1 U gale, . wall At wall rasf eiSwar, It FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRUGH Dinlil, Surgical J- Veterinary Instrument UOl li AD KlLVrR FOIL anr nil kinrla of Fine rcrfumcries and EitracU ' aaiIndi(lstocknf Cvt ttnr, PoRT-Mosatra, Fii Soif, tie-. Ju'trea'dal COU.IN'S PRCO STOBK. fl. rtairavtlte, n, 111, ISM. -4ENTS FURNISHING GOODS, CV- H ya'.a. fhnta.rnllara, Neek Tlea. rocket Haeidlitf -hieff, Kcarla. roaiforte.Kid ond BncketinS)lsrea, r" ndera,dre. ttQ. A eonip)ataaeortmeiit al raT A8x.r. dent., ta. JUST REC?lVfilt A SPLENDID Lot of Silk Vslvst CloaW MsnnlUs. lor sale.thaap at -. JACOB HBTVAg:. f fC BBLS. LOUISVILLE LIXE KI f m s ju a- m-t- JLisTssusr 'jsy mil raeit.4