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THE BELMONT CHRONICLE.
THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TO TVHKRslT' THE BOARD Or SCHOOL- EXAM tit, will tiiii'l In tlie chnul liousnin the Went cti(l,ol Br. CuMiu-viLi K, onbulurdi.y IR'.r, al in n'..l....k A R. Uy order ol llio Unnril. . D D. T. COWEN, Clerk. 4th OF JULY CELEBRATION. .fTE a"v,1 A?3 MEET1NO ol the friemls l I hMfhllANLK, olno, n demonstration of the Bons, nn oincr 1 olmicranco orsaiiiznlions ol Belmont sml the ndjoininR Counties, (n BARNESsVILLE, O. on the 4th DY OF JULY, Altpnonilntaretrdtntha Ornnd Teropersnoe reform are invited to attend, Good rkjrnkers will he provided far tho ocension. Cortie and join with u Irianda, tho latch airing will b out. R DA V UN PORT, Wtn. RKED, J US WW, Win. SMITH, Cora, of Invita ftrThe Retr. JOHN vnrPAT ;n breach at theJCounty Infirmry at halt peet four utimn on ruimin neat, nun :inst.,) and Hev, ALEX. YODMU, at the lama hour on the first bakbath rl" July. TTm Annual meeting of the Jl'ittBburg M. E Conference meeta at Johnstown. Pa.( the present week. Rtf Ramus left for Conference on Monday last. Ma. Jit W. Collins haa issued his proclama tion, thia week, in reference to the sale of Drugs. Our readers can depend on what hersays being true, as ha baa a fine stock of the beat aelectod goods. 93T John M. Todd, offers his services to the all iens of town and vicinity. It make an amazing difference In k houso to apply a good coat of paint, and fully paya for the outlay. . See Mr. T'a Adv. Oirlt baa long been a mystery to us why somo man oi enterprise did not open an Agricultural Warebouro in this part Of tho vorIJ, where the thousandfold one wonts fof the Farmer could be supplied. Such a man has at last engngod in just euch an enterprise. Messrs. R. H. IIubbeu, & aos, in "Wheeling have an Agricultural depot in Whee ling where everything that a farmer wants can be supplied, from a mouse trsp up to a patent Mower and Reaper, or a threshing machine. Everything pertaining to the peculiar business of the farmor, whuherin the matter of implements, seeds or ma nures. See his adverlhumunts. BCrTiiE Committee on Summer fruit acknowledge the receipt from Mrs. Ilcon Morrison, of speci mens ol Downing's Red Cheek, Early May Duke, nnd Ohio Peauty cherrios. Tne specimens Wore large und luscious. KtFsom Mrs. Rtv. Alex. Youno, a strawberry, measuring four inches and Jive eights, in circum lerence. The Committee on summer Fruit request persons n ho exhibit cherries &c to bring a limb or twig of the tree with the cherries growing thereon, naturally. WIt is a Fact, That a saucer of Ice Cream nnd Strawberries are among tho luxuries of this -npbunary sphere. A promenade on a' pleasant 'evening in June miy be all vory good, but it is worth Vss without tho suitable company of.Straw berriesj t .tc. One of the best places to get these necessary .rticles is at the N. E. corner of Main and Marietta Street. Mr. Ramaoe is the man to do the agreeable t his customers, and furnish them with the articles 1 ii question. MrOur section of coun try was viei ted last week vith remarkably heavy rains, doing considerable .lumnge to the corn in many localities, but soaking the ground thoroughly. It was the heaviest "fall of i ain for a year or eighteen 'months. The air has I een cool since, but .no frost. Wheat looks well, nnd early no complaints of the weevil, but there is t me enough yet. ANTI-SLAVERY LECTURE. JttrMr. H. Rankin, (a colored man,) will deliver i n Anti-Slavery Lecture in the M. E. Church in this place this (Thursday) evoning; Ju ne Mth. Mr. liankin comes with recommendations from Hon. 1 sward Wart, and others. 1 W"We are requested to state that some Cobb's School books, numbering about 400 or bOO, which ''ev. J. H, Williams has donated to the indigent i olored children of flelmont County, are now ready lor distribution. Persons in tho different Districts inthe County who are interested can hove their pro portion of these Booka by calling at Lewis Ra.nsom's linrber Shop in this place. WrMr. Joux Pain has laid upon our table some Early Dutch Turnips, measuring 10 inchea in cir cumference. These are the first of the season. ' DBro. Duhbli, what has become of the Mt, ' Giload Sentinelf We can ill afford to be without its visits-send it along. were favored with a serenade last evening of most (beautiful vocal music. There are a few vocalists in our town" whose singing will compare favorably with any traveling troupe we ever heard: and these serenadera are of them. Kepctendo, gentlemen. tyWi would respectfully inquire of Post Masters . between here and Barnesville, via Cambridege why Jfis that the Chronicle is not received at Barnesville ,. ..ol Saturday evening, whilo the Gazelle if Citizen which is printed at the samo time, and mailed at the same hour ie received the day before. We never object to honorable opposition in politics, but we de moBt solmnly protest sgaihst the patronngs of the Government being used to advance the interests bf on man or one party, to the detriment of another map or party. Of course we have no other alterna. tive than toaubm it quietly, but we will at least en deavor to ferret out the culprits and mako them public if nothing more. Ohio Pehitentiait. The Ohio Peniten tiary, under the Wardenship of Mr. Butler, appears to be in better condition than it has keen for some years puat. At the present time there are 617 prisoners confined within iti walla. Of ibis number 100 are under con tract to the State upon the new Capitol, at 40 cents a day ' escb; 100 to Hoyden it Co. in the eaddle-tree,harness, and blaeltsinithing business, at 40 cents a day each; 100 to the Ohio Tool Company in the manufacture of planes, itc, at 40 cents a day each; 100 to Hall, Brown & Co., in manufacturing agri cultural implements, at 45 ceuts a day each, 95 to J. Strickler, in atone cutting at 61 cents 4 day each, for apprentices, and $1 a day for xperiencedhands; 10 in inking cultivators, plows barrows, tc, at 45 cents day each, and 19 in the manufacture of wood type, at 1 cents a day each; the balance being em ployed is tailors, shoemakers, washefs, cooks, and hall waiters. Large additions have been mads to the workshops during the present year, the me 'chanlcal works all beingdone by the prisoners. A new building, 123 feet by 38, has been e roctcd for the use ot the Agricultural Tool Company. The blacksmith shop ha been e rected 54 feel in length; and every depart ment is erowded with business. A fine large garden is under cultivation, and it is expected the present year that enough cabbages ani tomatoes will be raised to suply tho prisoners during the season. Since the scurry made its appearance last winter, the necessity for wore vegetable diet bscsme so apparent that MrtButtler employee seme el the most trust worthy convicts in cnltvating a let out side the walla.'on the bank of the river, and ws have ne deubt that the experiment will prove highly beneficial to the health of prisoners, One of the greatest Improvements yet made In the discipline of the Prison is the formation of a school, under the direction ol the Rev. Mi. Warner, the worthy Chaplain. After the performance of their allutlcd tasks, the convicts have the privilege ot attending, and many of them have made con siderable progress in learning. We notice a little boy, only twelve years old, upon one of the benches who appears to be very atten tive to his book, end upon inqury, we learned that he had been sent hero a few weeks since from Dayton for burgl.try, How long will ii be before Ohio will have t House ofJRef- fuge? There are seven women shut up within these walls, under the care of a Matron i Biddy Fury an Irish woman, with red hair, gray eyes, and a sharp "nose, is one of them. Uiddy t ury Was well named. When excited her temppr is ungovernable, and is one of tantrums in Toledo, she stabbed a women so as to cause her death, for which offence she us convicted of man slaughter in April 1854, and sentenced to the Penitentiary for ten years. After being shut up four months, another little Fury came into the world, and Biddy, after being allowed to keep it a year, sent it away to be taken care of by her parents living in Cincinnati. Among the seven unfortunates, ia a rather ptetty looking little girl about fourteen years old, who was convicted in Dayton and sentenced for one year, for stealing a silk dress. The position Of the Warden is certainly an arduous and responsible one. To keep COO men in proper subjection is no trifling matter, but in our kumble opinion, his duty is light in comparison with that ol Matron. We know somo men who cannot govern on woman; yet this Matron is expected to man ogo seven. Verily she must have a sweet time. State Journal. PLATFORM OF THE American Party of Ohio. At tho Annual Session of the State Coun cil held in Cleveland, June 6th, 1S55, the fol lowing Platform of Principles as expressive ol the sentiment of the Ordur in this Slate was adopted and ordered to be published to the world over the signatures of its Officers, j We proclaim to the world the following Pkincitlis or the American Parxt or Ohio: I. The unlimited freedom of Religion dis connected with politics Hostility to ecclesi astical influences upon the afTuirs of Govern mentEquality of rights to all naturalized Emigrants who are thoroughly Americanized, and own no temporal allegiance, by reason of their religion, higher than that ' to the Constitution; II. No interference with the rights of citizenship already acquired by Foreigners, and the protection of law to all who honest ly emigrate from lovo of liberty; but the ex clusion of foreign paupors and felons, and a refusal to extend the right of suffrage to all who come hereafter until they have resided 21 years in the United States and complied with the ; Naturalization Laws. III. Opposition to all political organiza tions composed xclushcly of Foreigners, and lo Foreign Military Companies, and to all at tempts to exclude the Bible from Schools support' td by the Government. IV. Slavery is local, not national. We oppose its extension in any of our territories and the increase of its political power by the admission into the Union of any Slave States or otherwise; and we demand of the Gener al Government an immediate redress of the great wrongs which have been inflicted upon the cause of Freedom and the American cha racter by tho repeal of the Missouri Compro mise, and - the introduction of Slavery into Kanzas in violation of lavt by the force of arms, and the destruction of the elective franchise. V. In humble imitation of the wisdom of YVashingtoc, we oppose all intervention in the affairs of Foreign States; yet on all pro per occasions, we will not withhold our sym pathy from any people aspiring to be free. VI. Wo support American industry and genius against the adverse policy of Foreign nations, and facilities to internal and extern al commerce by the improvement of Rivers end Harbors, and the construction of Nation al Roads connecting the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans, and uniting the various sec tions of the Union. VII. The Union of Ihesi States should be made perpetual by a faithful allegiance to the Constitution. VIII. In State policy we zealously ad vocate Retrenchment and Reform a modificai tion of the present oppressive system of Tsxation, and a liberal system of Public Schools. THOS. SPOONER, President. THOS. SPOONER, President. JOHN E. REES, Secretary. Cincinnati & Marietta Railroad. " The rails are now laid on the line of the M. Sl C. Railroad, to the end of Cushing, Wood ikCu.'s contract or the beginning of the 25th m tie from Chilichothe, and 121 from Cincinnati. Freight and passenger trains car. now run the entire distance, and the track is in very good order most of tho way. The point reached is within one third of a mile from the great ttinnei, (now completed,) one mile from the Cincinnati i ttrace, fnow working,; and within two milea of the most westerly stone coal mine on the line of the road. Pig iron is, arriving at thia terminus at the rate of twenty-five wagon loads dsily, over 45 tons having reached it en Tuesday last, from Vinton, Iron Valley, Hainden Cin cinnati and one other furnace. This busi ness is spontaneous, as it were, and shows how badly the railroad was needed. The line has now reached the borders ef a more interesting region; one which is worthy a visit from the lovers of Nature, pleasure-see kers and men ofbuisness. Scioto Gazette. DEATHS. On the 5th irut., Mr. Thomas Mar Lots-, Sen., of Pease Township, Belmont Co. O aged 8G years. Died of Consumption after a protracted and painful illness, in Belmont, Bolinont Co., Ohio, Mrs JtriT Ann Fawcett. The de ceased bore her severe suffering with meek' ness, and died in the blessed hope of a happy futurity) she leaves a husband three children and a large circle of friends to mourn her loss. "Yet truly can it be said that is their loss, Is her Infiuite gain" Her friend P. D. At Woodsfield.on the 8th., after a linger ing illuess, Rachel II., wife of Mr. Wm. W. Johpar, aged S3 years', 1 month and 11 days. COMMERCIAL RECORD. No material cbnngo in tLc Market ho re nor nt Bridgeport since our last. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE COR HI A ttAIff A HO QClftrt STRICTI, MliR D1POT I. fc O. Aii.nnAti; K. II. IIUBBELL. & SON. " fcoinraissioiv rai:it iiantk. F. or tki talc of Plouaht. arrows Corn Ari crrflM ruttmv nj- junta n.M. Mate' mmttt Mamhim, Draining Tilt, mnit all Agricmt- tmrm ana rionicuimrmi impiimtntf, AriiAamri Sudi and 'lunH June 14 '33 FARMERS. Are invited to cal &, $te a large lot oRtaptn .end Mows, Grain Cradles, Grain and Grass Scythes, Hay Forks, Hay Rakes, Scythe Stones, Scvtho Snather. ice. Jmt received suit lor -ale at the comer Df Main and Uuiiicy ttrcsts Wheeling Va liy it. ii. iii.uuKL.Li.at sun. KEEP COOL AND GAY. Juit received, via D sc O. R. R., on cmrnlj nmrnt, some finflnamptfl Watr C'ootem and lea1' ream Freezara. also, that last lot of flowar leads, and 100 Verebicnaa in bluotn, fur sale at R. If. HCBRELL St SON'S Corner of .Vain & Quliicy ata. Wlieliii Va. MICHIGAN Sub Soil Plough, Patuxent Seir harpnin( PIousIm.Oi Yokoa.t'orn hniiora ll Bowp. Poat Auger, Chains, Chain I'umpa, Cistern Pumps; Iron Pig Troughs, Uarrow'a Cattle 1'iea straw cullers, cornstalk cullers, Corn and Cob Crushers, clover and Timothy seed Harvesters, W it Is agreat aisoitmenl of semis, Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Plants, lor sale ai the commission and Agency Ware Koouis corner af Main Uuincy Sis. R. II. Ill'DBKLL & SON I THRESH SHAD, direct from. Baltimore . lor sals By JOHN JEPSON. H ARVESTING IMPLEMENTS,;such ns Cradles, Grain andUraas scythes, Scyth stones & Rifles, Sickles, Rakes, J, t and 4 prong Forks. Just received and for sale hy JOHN JEPSON. JOIINM. TODD, House, Sign and Ornamental JE Sa. JL W rSC Hi! tifJt. OVES CAROTHt.Rs' STORE, St. Cliiiraville, 6. Ceiling and Wall painting in Oil, Oil Grain ing, Paper Hanging, $c, CONS in TUB MOST Ari'UHOVlU BTVLS. JutiM'i.') Oin PUBLIC SALE. Notice is hereby given that I will SITer at Public Kale en tha th day of July next, In Barnesville Belmont County O. my DWELLING A STOKE HOUSE na situated in the center of the best square in VsTT? Damesville and now occupied by Win. P. IJJi Sl'aL Asbcury Tha premises are entirely new I J j J J ESaS nd every way desirable as a business loca- """TERMS cashbailaiice in one and two vears with interest. june,Ml(J5J. 3W pd JOIItf F. ADUDDEDL. SHERIFF'S SALE. William A. Pickens. Et al, vs: . Dorathy Pickens Et al. In Partition, TY virtue of an order oftfatff to nit directed frettt ilie iJ Court of Coii.mon I'leaitot Belmont County, Ohio, I wii oiler tor Hacat rutiit Auction on Tuesday July the Xttk 1855. between (the hours of 10 o'clock A. M, and 4 o'clock l. Al. ol Maid day, at the front door of the Court ilou. in tSt.Clairflviltc. in iaid County, the folio win? Laiulu ! and tenements Situate lying audbeinfr. in the County of j llehnout and tHateol Ohio, and IkiuikIciI and dnncrilicU as follows to wit: 6 J acres iart of the went half of North west quarter of section o;ii, Township o. 4dc Ranee 3, alfo ii acres as well as 14; acreln Bill TownahUlp : tifction and Itaimc atmeitaid excepting the said 14 Acres t which is in 8ec.No, WX It hetuiT the same property 'that James rickens owned in ins file tune, sunject totue tluwerot Dortliey rickins on the following conditions one third in hand one third in one year and one third in two years with interest Bon tiiodelered payments on the dny ol gale. Buernt s innct June him, if JOHN C. MCllOLy, BlierilT. S3 73 SIIERRIFF'S SALE. Moses P. Miles &. Son, vs: William Welch et al TOY Virtue ofaii order of Pale to nie directed frem the liurtuf l.'nnilllflll 1'lfias nf UMmniit I'nutitv. llhin. I will oiler lor Data at 1'uMlc Auction on Tuesday the nth of day of July, 1R55, between tho hours of 10 o'clock A. Al. and 4 o'clock M. ol said day. at the front door of he Court House in Ht. Clairaville, ill said county, the following descri lied Lands and tenements. Situate Ivinc and hems in the County of Ueliuoiit and titate ot Ohio, and bounded and ilescrilicd as follows towit: Lot No 30 in the town of Boiiierton as described on the town plat in said Connty. Appraiseu ai .mi. BiierurMUUice, a uiairavine, June miu ipm. JOHN V. N1CUULH, Bherift. 3,0. SHERIFFS SALE. Tazewell P. Martin, vj: Hiram Smith, In Attachment. T)Y virtue ef an order of Sule to me direc 3 ted from the Court ofCoiiunon t'leaa of Belmont County Ohio, I will olfer for Bale on luesday 17ft stay of July, between the hours ol 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M.of said day al the front door of the Court House In 8t. Clairsville in aaid county, the followinit described lauds and tenements, aitua e lying and being in Hie county of Bemout and State ot Ohio and bounded and described as follows to wit: henining at the South li. corner of sec No :U Township .No 7 and liange No 4 bounded on the North by Lands of the Paintilt' and on the west by lands of John Utkroyd containing seven aercsof Land .More Or less, UhenU'a Clink, lit. Clairsville, June 14, IMS. JOHN C. MC'lluLti, Bueriir. OTATE OF OHIO BELMONT COTNTY TROnTE COURT. JOF.L ELLIOT and A9AIIEL HOCE, Administrators of Ueorge Vanlaw deceased plaintitla, AUA1NST Joel Elliot and Lueinda Elliot his wife, Mary Ann Mc Knight, llarvy Watson and Harah S. Watson his wife, Isaac W. Vanlaw George C. Vauaw asnl Roberl M, Vanlaw defendanta Petition lo complete real cn tracts. The above named dfendanla are hereby notified lhat the piaiuun'e uav nieii a petition in aaid court ask nig lor an order empowering hem to make a deed of convey ance on hehaf of the heirs of Ceorae Vanlaw deceased. to laac llainea and, EMia Haines, lor about 4 110 acrea of land in the Town of Lloydsville,"and on which aaid George Vanlaw resided on the 10th day of Jan. '55 nuraiiant lo awrittsn contract between tha said George Vanlaw deceaaed and the said Isaso and Elishe Haiua. The said laud is more particularly descrilied in said petition. U.S. all). 1). T. CO WEN allya for plaintiffs. JuneU, I85S. 3nr. L. LIU AL, nOTlC. Davis i. Adams Receiver. .Plaintiff, ) Conrt of Com va. inon pleas, Uel- Jons Ilsifcs, Defendant.. ) inont County. A TTACHMENT. The defendant John Z Hanee is hereby notlfled that the said plaintiff haa filed his petition in the aliovecase in saidlt'ourt,agaiuat him the object and prayer of said petition being to ob tain a Judgment against the said defendant, for aeveral Sums of money due the said plaintiff as receiver in the Case or Meredith Spencer A Co vs Benjainan Mackall, to wit, SiuO with interest from April 4, IH48, .'!, 7 wun interest irnm nor. zn, ir.is, ai-tu, witn Interest from Oct, v). 1H3B and 9,u with inierast rrom Marcl CS. IB10 allevidenceri hv ceitalu obligatioua in avriiini eooies ef which are filed with aaid uetition. nd th.i you are required to answer said petition on or before tne lin, any oi juiy jsja, or iia,aiieaaiions OI salil pe tition will be taken aa l rue and Judgment rendered accordingly. ILlFrORD ABtCK, 4uy lor elainlit. June H, 11J Sw J. W. oliin's, WU01E3ALK & HKTAIL LEA Mill IS DRUGS, MEDIC INKS & DYE STOFfS, jIMPIJTATIXO, WacBI.'TllVO and POCKET, I jr. STaL'HENTS, OUM HPBIKO 4 THI MB LA.Nl'ETH, and the most Inipmvsd Pat'nt rORCIPN. A HI FI'.'ATORP, TOMTI! rn.vn. haw ru.i.KKs. excavator" nunk IIRII.I.fl. MflbrM Lssftsnrii.ftsnitsiLviR ton. TEETH of rrrrr varii -ill! u MnUl at PIVOT. . tLSI'l i , UlCUSriT Sl INCIrtHOB, Also, GoM iilverA French Ltaf, VellowGreen k Red Bronse. Together with a full assortment of Glass tcare efr Window Gluts and such nther articles ss art usually found In S Weil lurnisled drug stor. Ths proprietor heins cnnfitiedto tha leiltlmatn t)ru business for erveral Years past, and havlnc male tins his constant study, flitters himself that he can eertnlnly doa much holler nsrt y his Customers dt tin nm.i sonerally In the wv of selecting and furiilslilns them with I'l.'KE IillL'OH ami nlliiir Prescriptions mora correctly that those whn devote tha srester part of ttisir time and attention'to tha acokr niMi.kt Sl wai.papkh taiDi. Ilisdrussare warranted pure or nopals, ami the prices shall compare with Ka.tnrn prir es, ( YVheelih prices hot taken intd rnlisideration when Ihe same ainnnnt of druffs are tnrr hsscd. Call at Kxahiinc my stork and pric'.. a'l orders Promptly tilled. June. Hill, lull. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICK.-No-lire la hereW el-en that at tha Prol sta nnrl lur Ih lllioi t toiiuty, the linilprsiciieil'wera appninlnl and qualified aa Aifmluisirniiirs of ttie estntcof tinau nahCerill, dee'd. late of llelmont l.'omity. All those indented to said estate, are request odtomake linmPdiatepavment; and those haviiitr define ssinst said estate, are nottntd to present theiti for aeltlement witiitu one year frcm mis dale. IIIKH I KCII.I, IIIKNKV I'KI'll.f,, June Mth, IMS. 8w pit. Administrators. N O. 1 PITTSBURG SALT in net bbls. lust received tud for sale at the lowest prices at . JKPKON'S. WINDOW BLINDS. Anotlwr supply of fireen Oil Clotb and natiei window shades just received by A. C. MARTIN & Co. ARNISIIES.-Coach and Copal Varnish V of tho best quality lor sale by A. C. MARTIN & Co. H RUSHES. Paint, Varnish, Sash, Orin inir. Hhoe. Horse. White Wash. Rcuh. Ctnlh. Ilt Xa.il, llair, and '1'ootti Uruslics all siecs, quaUities ami prices, ror eaie ny A. C. MAR 1 IX it Co. IN DOW GLASS & PUTTY. In largo or small quantities to suit customers for sale by A. C. MARTIN &. Co. BARD WARE. Sash Fasteners &. Shut tfr II ineea. (I.nll A Porters natentl llmirt Hatchets, Hammers, black's .luger's the best in the world. Fr aalc by A. C. MARTIN Co. PROBATE COURT. The Stale of Ohio Belmont County. OTICE is hereby given thnt George Keif, survivlne Ad niiiistrator with the will an N nexed of firnrffo Neif, deceased, and Thomas fimtlli. Executor of Thomas 5inilli. Seceased. hivo each lit t'd tlieir ancouuts amlvnuctiers in ntv oliiee for a ttlcmeiit. said accounts will he tor hearing and pettlpntent on the x.iin liny ol June next. IMYll) II A It It IS. may aist. lHoi Probate JiiiIkc. ROAD NOTICE. ''"INHERE will be a Petition presented to bL the Commissioners of nrlmoitt I'nutitv at Dip June session, lor inn location oi a l.ounly lloail, com llicncfnit at tlio forks oi Flat run on thelaiiila o''tlie heirs of David IIol'es, dee'd., thence up I lie East branch of said run thnnnrh the land of Abraham and Win. I. ash. Andrew Wily, Thomas llilihird dee'd., William Parks, F.liha Pirkcrin and -lacnr Malin, to inter.ecl the llriilpeporland llarrisvillo Pfank Itoad at tho deep fall near the corner bf Joseph Rltir'e Lot, said road not lo exceed a. grade of tive dnuri'rs, and also to vacate theohl rond hetiveen Jacob and John Main. May 10,1853. pd. 20 KK(3S nails just received and for sale at Ap. 12. J. THO.MrsoN'3. CRAVATS, PK'T HDK'FS., GLOVES. Hosiery, Buspemlprs, Skirts. CoZar", &c. constant ly for ialo hy (Ap. U. FK1NT& NJIGLE. Estate of Andrew West, Deceased. NOTICE in herH.y given that at the Probate ronri for Belmont County, the twlcrfligneu1 was appointed and qualified as Administrators of the estate of Andrew West, dee'd. late of Itclmott County. All those indebted to said state, are requested to make Immediate payment; and tlosn having claims against said ei ate, are untitled lo ireucnl them for settlement within one year from this duo. WJ!iLl.;M HIDE, Administrator. May 17, 155. St. pd. HELMBOLDS GENUINE I'EEPARATIONS. IIcInibolrs Highly Concentrated Compound Extnct Fluid Bucliu, For Diseases of the BUdder and Kidneys, Ob- struct ions of the Vme, Chronic Gonorr hoea, Strictures, Cleets, Weahiesses, and all Diseatm of the Sexual Organs, Whether i Male or Female from whatever cause they hay have originated and nb matter of how lens xtandin). 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The Pluid Extract Drcii liai been pronounced hy eminent physicians the E rb&tkst Kkmkdt icvkr Known, it in a medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste and very Innocent in its action, and yet ta thorouuh that it annihilate! every nariirle oi the rank and noisoii oiii. virtue ol' this drewiliililiwf awe; and, unlike othbr remedies, it does not dry u (if lie disease in blood, Constitutioanl DCbility, liroucht on hy uelf ahiiBe, a most terrible, ilisease, which has hrouL'ht thousands of the human rare to untimely graves, tints lilantiu Hit briliant hopes of parents, and blighting in the hud the (lorious amhitiou of many a no ble yuulh, can be cured this Intallihe Remedy. And as a medicine which udit benefit everybody, from the simply delicate to the cm lined and despairing invalid. no equal isio uc loumi, icimg uotu aa a cure auu rre veutive. IIclfliilolrs Highly Concenhntcci Compound Fluid Extract SARSAPARI'LLA, . For Puri fying the n'ooj, reaiovlng all diseases, arising from Kxceea of alereury, sxposure and imprudence ill life, chronic constitutional disease, arising from an iiuptveatato of the Ulnod, anutlio only rcliahle Sl eilV:tiual known remedy lor the Cireof ScKiliila, Halt Kheuin, ecaM lead, Iterations of lite Throat and l.fBs, Pains and flrtcliiiRS nf tho Uoncs, Veiter, Pimples on , . the Fare, and all Scalj Kiuplious oftho Skin. Thir article Is now preiirihed hy aoino or the most distiiiguisiied 1'hyiiciana irtne country, ana nas proven uioro elficieut in practi ce tlan any preparation of Bar sanarllla vet oll'ered to Hie eilillc. Several cases of sec ondary Hyphilis, Mercural and Scrofulous diseases haveentirely recovered inthe iueuTcble warns ol nur Public Institutions which lad for many years resisted every mode of treatment thit could lie devisi'd. These CAea furnish striking eiainjilea of the salutary effects of this medicine in arrestini some of the most mvrtcraie' diseases, alter the glands Here destroyed and the bones aready allotted. NOTICE. Letters frHrri responkihle PHyslcinr's anil Professors or several Mediial Colleges, and eettirtcates ol cures from paiienta will be found accompanying both Preparations. ' i - Prices, Fluid Bilraet of Duchii, $1 p-t liotlle, or B tulllln. fi.r m .. ! , Prices, Fluid Eitracl of laraapatilla, ft per bottle, or dbottles for S5.ou.ual lu f ength to one gallon Syrup of tlarsariArilla. i Prepari d and sold hy H . rJ II F.t, M OOt-f), Chem ist, SOS Chestnut At.,neai tlieqsard House, Philadelphia. To be had of A. C. MARTIN, CO. ols Ageits for St. Clairsville, Ohio. AND OF DRUftGISTS fclKALEttU EVERYWI1EUE, (&-AU Letters directed lo the Proprietor or i Agent receive imrtbdiate attention. May S4, IBM. PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE any article, usually kept st Drug 8toies will get iheir meeey back by caillij at r.l. H. AI.RXASBM'B Tru f tors. BOOT AND SHOE STORK. Ludk'3 and Gentlemen Attention! rf'IIE Subscriber lias racpived ,;a stock of I l.sdles, Miss, and ()entlemen'slhoee, .jBk H'M.ts and liilrs; and also Mors, youths and V" jf rhildren's fh'H-s; and all artic'ra n ;ressry In 1 I tlieroinforlandeleranr.ee of his Vosioniera. 1 1 Having also secured ths sarvleea of an sg- ba nerlenced and skillful cutter and fl'ter, ha It ready to matiiilactiire all artlelta In the Bool and Hho l,. .. the shortest noiir.e. Constantly on hand large a.anrtrnenl of work man ufadiircd in his own shop, hy the neatest and l..t of workinenand out of superior mat'rial. He cliallenges t enmpsrisou Mhis work with tl at of tli best estaii llAhments In the t.ountry. Alla'tic'es nfhis own manufsrtnre, and Cattilnort a'd Fh:iadelphiaclty marts work, wsrrsnted. I.ittlirr nnd I'liidinit always i,n hands, for sale. Al.rtO A genera assortment of GKOCKltlES, on hand and for sale, whofaralesale and retail. To I'liysU-iRti aiitl Oilier. Pilre French tlrandies. Port Wine. Old Jamaire ftum. Old llye Whiskey, lor salen.r.Me.lical ai i'haruiacutical lles. Those liavini accounts with the tu'.scriher are re. mimed to rail and settle the same, by note or otherwise with himself, as hehas no authorised arent. . , UlCIMItt) B. RVAN. ft. Clairsville, May S4, 1K'J. rou THE IIAIIl. USE Wright's Genuine Kathniron, for preserving and restoring the human hair. This valuable preparation prevents lia'dnesa and falling off of the hair, gives strength and tliot to the roots, produces a hrlllisnt groivll", renders It soft and glossy, removes lisndrmr, keeps it troin turning grey, o.c. Price kic ;ierliottl. For sale by ' April 18, 'a. A.C.MARTIN &CO. SJ O T A S Ii A superior srticle just received by A.C MARTIN cs Co. May :id, ixii. EXECUTOR'S SALE. I N purstnnce of the lost will and Testa ment of Havid Miller, dee'd.. the Farm on which said deceased lived at the timeol his decease, ia oiler, ed lor sale; .aid farm is situaic liiuile Ponth of Ht. Clairsville on the rosd leading to Jsi ul.sl.urg, and 3 miles from the 0. It. Rail Itoad, in Hie rounly nf del mon', Ohio.ocontainiiig K-iJ acres or good qualiti! r I. and about t'O acres i.l which is good timber, the' bal ance is in a good slate nf Culivation. The land la) )3 men w.irr..-n. jn ine premi ses there is two comlortable Dwelling Houses, Ham, Stable, Orchard, and Stone Hpriug House, over a strong and never failing Ppring df gond water near In the house- There is a plenty of stone eoal and l.ime rtone on the premises, and is a handsome and ilesireahle situation for any one naming asmall Farm. Ifsaid land is not sold at private sale before the iKM day ol June next, it will on -mil day henllere.1 at lubl ic sole on the premises. For terms apply to the siib-rri-her living on the psemises. MILTON MII.LI.Ii, February 1st, 'jjtf. Executor. ROLL EXTRA LISTING CARPET Kastem make, at fjiinc3) 8TOXE & THOM A 8' Damaged, slightly. 8 PS. Twilled block French Cloth, "Hour-ile.-ux make," worth 8 to 9 14 per yd, of much finer iiiaity than usualy finds its way to this market slight ly wet ny sinking or a steamboat, but uninjured other wise, Tor sale at a great sacritire Also. 2.1X.II ydsTwesd nssimere. for children's wear,- Hint urually sells lor 3? to .VI, slightly spotted, but perfect in texture, at li yd, for a dollar, at PTOXB & THOMAS', SOLDIERS, ATTENTION. M.J.V.;i.oVER, or St. Clairsvitle. Ohio, an-l N Hatch, Eriq., of Wafiiingto , I). f;.( have iiiadn ar Tanprmenti to command tlie f frvice of one of the moNt alileaml exierifneedSiirvvorS of tho PiiM.c Land in the l inu'd liauo.to direct the Location of Latin Warrants; and btv ,'Miarrti to prffeiu eppucaiions lor Uuutit' and, I'enttioiu, dtc. These ' ho mey heentlllrdio l.ainl War rums, renr-ions, &c, or who wioh Land Warrants Located. eaii apply to M, J. V. GLOVKP, at til. Chirsville, Ohio . April 5th 1355, 1855. 3 months. TTTOmi SUGAR DROPS. Uardotte's T v Worm Snsar Props, the best Vermi fuee for de Btroy in? and exuetima worms now in nrm. fornntn hy A.C. MARTIN fct'tf. Wril I-J,IH;i3. A. C. MiRTIS & t'O. DTCJSSffJaTsr'SWa) SI. Clairsville, Oi DEALERS lit Books, Stationery and Variety goods. Also ell kinds of J HARDWARE &c. .. JCpli's'1" price paid for good clean Eaj!s.cC2 April IS.IP35. CLOTHING ! ! CLOTHING!!! FRINT AND NAGLE, would inform the puliic that lhe have Just received their stock of Spi'ing and Summer Clothing Which they offer at extremely low iritei for Cam. Thciritock coninrisca every variety of Cloth. Catiii mere, CanhmarCt, Tweed, Jeapa, Alpaca, and. Linen (Junta . attTs bfttm.PMk. Marsciflce and Linen f ejb.fMrck and Fancv Catfiiiiflrn 1'antH, Linen, Drill and Our atotlt ol t'oths, t'asaimercit, Ventin and Trim miiidri, is unuuay arse and very cheap. To tlwse in want ola good miit wc wouil say, Jim step in and exam I no nur stock ol niece uoodt and you will cave money hy so doing. RIOT ON METHODIST RIDGE BETWEEN THE Sash Niclits mid Know IN'olliiaiSs Tl!Ttho eicitement nn Methodist ItiiU'eis nothing to the treuieuduus excilenient at tlie Slure room of JACOB IIEYMAN, Vho has jut returned from the I'.ant Ai'iili a Jaigeas enrtmciit of Dry tjooiis, such as Call1 fc. l.awns, De Lanes, Ueraees, Siks, spencers and Widerslecres. A ante ot ol allk Bonnets i si.most ant ran a. A arise lotui liuupand llraid llouuels, Kustlisll straw Minses Honueis and lists. Ilohtiet triiniuins, Kihhona of nil kindaol tlie most heaiitll'uf styles A arse ot of bcautilill Si'k Mantilfas for summer, the latest slvlo. .so, a ot of l.ailies shoes palters. Looking glasses. Ail kind and iiiafity of Muslins, and all that is necessary in tiiellr) UooUsine, cheaier than ever hefore. jlo a large assorlinent of REDV 5MDE CLO TH I NC Hats. Calis, Boots and shoes. I'lutha. Cassi. meres, cassiuetts, Lasting Cloths, all kmds o1 Suuiuier wear in tiie piece. jfpril lit. leu. JiD Millinery. Miss Priscilla P. Alexander I) ESPECTFULLY aunounces to tho La J.V die, of St. Cairsvllle and vicinity, that she In lends lo carry on the l irincry nusiness in a1 its various branches; Solicita a share of nuliic liatronace. particular at tention Will he siVen to fancy work. Trimming and making HnnneU; injthe very latent styles, ami al verv reasniianie prices, hit ritsiiienin at the hast end of 81. Cairsville, in the house nf Mr Joseph duller; nearly opposite A minister's Grocery, til. Clairsville, April WI.S3, 3ui. pd. 1834. iSo4. 1S34. Fall Trhd6. iSSi. T. SWEENEY & SON; I No. 63, Main Ftrist, fTAVE just commenced receiving their Tall II Importations per ships "Scioto," Tarnlini." tud Croinwei." cotnpriaing all the fateat siplea of . CHINA AND QUEENSWARE, adapted to this market. As they have over 150 Oates in transit, together with their slock on hand. Tho trade can rey upon Renins s full an assortment aa in tlie Eastern market, and al ' pruee equally tow. Indeed, to put thi, mailer al teat. Ihev wiff rinp'ii ale Enttain biWs faichajed sinee lite last of Msrrh (est. 1 ;rt MIS j 1 1BUS LINE. stTwsa ST. CLAIRSVILLE & WHEELING, WILL It-are Bf. (-.'mtuviixi ever inornlng. fun,1ays sfepted ) at 7 o'clock! flsinrnlnt , learae Wa.si.ise si St e slosk, f . U. Snlll further notice. LIVERY STABLE. AT my stable In At. C'Slrsvlll. I am prapared to far nlsh, at all times, horse, for herness or saddle, burgle, or harks, with or without a driver. Riding psrtirs a. coinmodated on short notirs. Terms reasonable, ffts bies In tha sast and of town, t. Lewis. Bt.ClalravKI,, April, ttS, '.,$ tjr. B0OT& SKOEJIAKtFCtORY. ENOCH METCALF ESPKCTfULLV announces that h hai oM:iid a TIOOTtV PIIOB ManufflCturr ia tbt ifsctt.ry io tb, ntlonT m r'f;rn rCPTiiy ocetipien Jrl r. f;ayd, whfreil ia hie intention lo keep contifiunlljr on hand EtewV hiat(! ttmfltr til kintlii of of the b t materiel. Ilhae theflrat quaity of Trench and PhiafKrlphiaf alf Hkint. He aniploya noaa huttha h-itof worktiis-n, l.fe work i warranter! to wear wMf. ne ip rtot in the hahit o .-ouif , ,ut he riinot he-itate to icy that hia work WiJ compare favorably fie ohriti a ffhaiaof batroiiase.anH hnoeitorive fn. tire latiifactton to all who may farw liiiu wlib their v Kiortt. Kl.CiairrfVi!, iirilS 151. BOORS & WALL PAPER! THOMPSON & PATTERSON, 11 MAIM STREET, WhccliiiK Yd. DEALER m Books, Stationary Wall Paper AND VARIETY GOODS. Agent, fura'l the popular I'll tout J1IMliHlK4f rormery kept by IrfAC II. PATTF.R"ON A CO. . . No. S3, .Monro. Bt. Jt,,Tl I?, Ixj.1. PLEASANT VALLEY WOOLEN FACTORY. JAMCS YATKSis no?t running the Fac tory alK'noev Mill, fire mile wext of liririrr- inn, hy Fteaui l ow er, ei-ft if prepared during " e?a- noiiKoltlie f.tr, to inanufacture with natnen and rti. patch, the lullowiiiir articlfn, ;r.: Caiiiier Haii iicUn, THrecdn, II.fcr.kti-. FlaiiiielD.eiirl Htockms Varns, of all colon, ami in quality not tturpaftred by any other etalilMhmMit, low (rcah, ortlie flowiu articles of irgtu-r, oi, it, iiifc-swai. 'J allow, nn country Hoap. t.aniiiiK anil t-j-mniMs, F(Wmc and ireiint done for country ntnornemto or tier on reaoiialle teriui. Uec.tt.1, 1."4 TO COAL CONTRACTORS. PROPOSALS will be received st the Au ditor's Office, until KATmri A V. June 18. IP.W for fiiruiihiu2 the Jail. County Otlicers and Court Uouse with 4W) hutliel ofthe l.ert quality oit'oal. All propoi-al nio-it rpeify the vein from which the Coal will betaken anil tlie rate .er Ru!ifl. J A M E.i f. tHAULKSVOI!TH. May 3, Iejj, flw. County Auditor. II Q U O R. S French Brandy, Port J Wine, and Holland Gin. for Medicinal purposes. Ry, warranted pure, fur sale hy A.C. MARTIN 1 Co. . T. VaWCBTT, T. W. FsiWCK-rt. F1VCETT & m. FAWCETT &. BROTHER, would an nounceth their old friend, and customers that in order lo more fully accommodate them, they have asso claim wiiii IMP7U nir. 11. ii. way. aid nave aisooieiied a NKW CTfiltE, directly on tlie CO. It. R. Where will he found at ail times a well selected Slock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots, ShoeSj Hats, &c., As well aatthe old Stand nf P Si 3. reins sitnated as we aredirecllv on the It. U. and with one of the Sim constantly in attendance, we Matter ourselves lhat we can otl'er indurcinents such as will leave no necessity lor net sons lo co elsewhere. TO Country Dealers, we would sav. that we have con- etanlly on hand, SALT, FISH and NAILS, at Wheeling urices. with rarnaee added. ALSO A large Intof Zaneevillc PTOXE WjtRE, at very low ra.es- i aw anu as.iiiiiiv uui block ana prices. jj r'l'outiiry rrouuee oi ail kiuile liouzlit allnehish est larket price. Persons havinr any lliins ofthe kind looisposeui, wouia uo wen logive us a ca t tietore aeif lug. .May 17, leji St. WALL PAPEIl. T7"E are now 'n receipt of our Spring ? T btoci or ITall Paper, Comprising 1 1 the newest end most desirable styles from the Katern t'ities,to which we invite the attention of those in waul. , TIiOMPfONt PJTTER?OV, 11? 31aili atreet-above Mouroe. Apri12, WINDOW BLINDS. A fine assort mentof Window Biinils and Fire tieards. lust received hy A. C. MARTIN 4 CO. MeytM. Irjj. n ML Sheriff's Sales. SHEIlIFi"fcJ SALE. James W Collins vs: Mary Collins, et al. in Partition. Ii Y virtueoran ordrofSa!e to me directfid from tha J Court of Cotmnon Pleas of Helmont Comity. Ohio. I will otter for bale at Public Auction on Saturday, the 30th day of June, 1855, hctncn the houri Of 10 o'clork. A M. and 4 o'rlbck P. M.f of itttitt day, atthe front door ofth Court House in Pi. Clairitrttle, in aaid county, the following ileicrihed lamU and tuneiuRiitii, Kituaie, lying and heinginthe county of Belmont and Slate of Ohio, and hounded and dedrnheri an fotowt to wit: Bain? a part of the South .art of the N. E. quarter of Section 1J, Township 11, and Itance 4, heinuiit at a make supposed to he in me cemre cu saiu neviioti, inence io a itake on the Eas tern boundary of said section, North hi east 153 perches, thence North k 9 West 9 perches to a stake, thence south i c tjst l perches to the place of tteziu nin; containins FO acres 1 Kood and 3d parches more or tt'fin, Afoo one oilier iraci or parcel ot land, sivuaie lying and he Ine in the county and State aforesaid and duscrilil as heing the south west comer of the North west quarter of Section C, Township 6. and Ram e 4. and hounded as follows: Uceiunina fhr the sfcine at the oricinal quarter corner on the west houudary of said section, thence north ill eajt T9.T3 perches to station second, thence north 21 eaot ?4 04 percliea to station three, tuence snutn nifl w e-ahi poins ta aiatiop fnurili, ilipnro sukii 4) a Est ( 3? 2 poles to station fifth, and on the eaxl sd'e of a Kun and South boundary orsaid quarter, thence North H? west S.S poles to the place of lieuitining containing 1 1 acres Gfc poles more or less sutject to dower of Mary Collins, heretofore assign ed and oifernd at S-.'-IOO. The cond it ions of aaid ale will le One-third in hand. One-third in one year, and One-third in two years, with interest on the deferred payments Iroui tne day of sale. SheritraOriice, St. Clatrsvile. May M, 1?3.f. JOHN C MCUOLb, 5tier.lT May 31. 1.1. JC.UO. SHERIFF'S SALE. , Henry Cspohesrt, George Wise, McCono.' hey and Junicins, M: Owen W. White. I3Y virtue of three soversl Executions to l.y me directed from the Court of Common Pie,, nf Itelinnni County. Ohio, I will olfer fur Bala al rublic act ion on Tuesday, the 2GA day of June, 1855, between the hour, of 10 o'clock A. M and 4 o'clock P. M. of aaid day at tr. front door of l he Court Mouse inPt. Clairsville, in said county , ma toiiowint lands and lenemoiita lo wit: Situate lying and being in ihccnuntv ol llelmont and State of Ohio, and hounded and deserihed as follow, lo wit.- I.ol Nutnuer RS in the tn-vii of West Wheeling in said county, .appraised tt SI.S.vu. FhenrTsOfflce.May Sslh, 185S. John c. nicikh.s, eiieniroi u. c.o. Hay S4th. Itii. 3,U0 Dissolution of Co-Partnership. NOTICE is hereby given thst the Part nership hertofore .listing between Georre Dur ton. and Win. P. Asbury, under the Arm name of Bur ton and Asbury, wis this day dissolved hy mutual con sent, and the business will be conducted hy George Bur ton, allhe old stand, atthe Goshen meeting house, about three miles east or Barnesville Persona knowini them selves indebted, to ihe late firm, or those having, laims against it will es.ll liuinediaieiv anoseuie me same wiiii WMP.ASBCSV. A pill , 1A It. pd. - PltOliATU COURT. Sutt of OXi, Ceioumt VyuAty, U M"OTICE is heresy irlfen thst tlis follnw- ln aamed Eteastnra, Ada.lklstrai.r Sana Otu dlans kav Sled llssirMM.su aa. te.at.ava la luf Vt Sc. for itl.menl m win Joseph P Arriek, ASm'rof JoMpb pa.rs, Aaa'4. Wm. Lindsay, Adni'r of ZSak.rl.h Clark, S'd. Isaac Do'idna, Adra'r.f Willlaia Sstl grc'S. Isaac Iinvdna. Adm'r s hunt, nra with Ui. will tn nosed of Stephen track, dee'd. . John I. Amd.rson.Admlniairaia? l And raw C TTlik, dee'd. i.rah neiirt, f fr.af TTm. Ppencer. IVae'd. John VV. HilllganOuardlan. James Winning. Th, Cnlbertson, Ks'r. of Polly Cullatraon, daeM. Theltrst folir alv. named account, will b. for hear lr and settlement an lb. IBla and In. four la.t .n Us luth darsof Jun. neit. DAVID HABBIi,frU.U l.dgs. May M, HOi. JAMES S. ELY, rimnrnii ain bphtibt ounucura tzs vcri i id 1 1 Permsnently Iecsted st Lovdsvillc, Belmont Co. O. AM N O IT n r, E t. the pnble gea 'lly, tl.at he I, nrenared to aseruta all kinds of llP.M. TAf, WOftK at nsual rate., nartlcnlsr care will be lake. to FHK.-KVE NATl'BAI. TKP.TH, and noon will Im renuired lo uka any work without being entirely satl.flerf. Those having decayed teeth would p.rhiips dk wsll tat give him k call. LoydsviUc. May 1,1, 1823. If. V. M. BERRYIIILL'S Cheap Furnishing Wars Rooms, Xo. 131, Malta Street. WlIEEtlXG, VA.. Where may be found s large ssortment of rurniture, Chairs, Looking-glasses, Clocks, cVc. On the most accommodating terms. WhMlinr. Va.,No. 10 ly. HARDWARE. HARDWARE WE have just received direct from thst importers a new stock of hardss.ro. aneii am Hand Haws, Tenant Saws. Mill Haw, Cross Cut. and Hand Haw file. all s.zs. Braces and bilts. Au?ur Bitis. Flack's Aururs. Hie best made. Hour Lock, and Latches, lied Castors, Coffin tlinees and fcrew.. Butt Hinges. Tal-I. do.fatedo. M.hotanv Kni.tm. Nittisre.: Carpenter rule. Broai Axes, Stewart warranted chop ping .sc. nana Axes, iisicr.ais. rncaet unitieis. r irmer lo. lirawmz Knives, with nunietoMS other article, ntnallv fom.il in Hardware store. Will h, sold eu reasonable imii.i. jS.C. MAKTIN diCo. May 3.1. fi5. Boot?, Shoes, Ilats, Cap?, Leather At Shoemakers' finding;.. rI',IIE undersigned offors for Sale, to the I eiligene of St. rlsErsvlle .nd virinltw In lb. room formerly occupied l,y II. M. B. ;iaylaud, a lew doora a.t of Miri.iu street, and nearly opposite the Po,l Of. ci:iire.y new ana w,:i selected slots ol Boots, Shoes, Hats, Vapi, leather, and Shot maker's fndinot. OurPtock has been carefufly selected bv an .tprlene4 bestiinalitv.and we offer them at roasona Ie prices. ien in cjthai.se, at the iiuhrsl u.arKi t price.. 1. M. 1IU0DARO. A pril M, lejj. 18 BARRELS N. O. MOLASSES. lust ree'd and for aalel f J. TIloarebN. April ll.'Si. 29 BBLS. MACKEREL. JUST REC'D andforsalehy (jfp. 13 'S5.J J.TIKi VI Pr"OS UNRIVALLED Nearly opposite the Suspension BRIDGE, WHEELING. 1 he Ccnftnl A Pleasant Location, Together with close personal attention vires him con fiijence of pleasintr hi patrons, asihe heS materials am ii ltd and pictures warranter! to please. Ve wfjuld call attention particularly of those wanlinc Miniatures ot children, as tills inthe mot favorahle season. t only requires m $tcgdor Irs bright day assrassa CARPETING, OIL CLOTH, &c A splendid assortment of Turkey Carpeting .nd Matting Carpeting and fi'.air Carpetariil Clothsofall kinds, at all prices. A sneudid assortment bf Rug. chiaper than they can be bad thisiids of Philailelphia; fur sale at . J. HEVil-l.V. p. 12, '35. f IHE Largest and moet varied assortment JL of Hats ever offered to the public is at Ap. IJ, '50. rRIXT Sl .VAGL.E S COD LIVER OIL. A fresh supply of Ruthtnn, Clark dt Co'a. celebrated C. I.. Oil, Ju received by A. C. MJUTl.v cV L'O sl April Vi, ua. BONNETS, AND BONNET TRIMMINQS, lHE place to procure a nice new lasfiioned "Jots ola bonnet" from Miss Susan K Farlf Whote Shop is at the Wfljtt end of St. t:airsTi(e. a few doors weatortlieGAZE'i'TE 1 CITIZEN Olfiie. b ha has constant on liand and for sale at Wheelint pricea a large assortment nf Bonnet, and aU kinds or Hon net Trimmings, including a carefully selected stock of flow ers. Particular attention is paid at all times to trim. miu and man in? uonnets, in tud rerj latest it j Its, aasj atvery reasonable prices. bt. ClairaviJiH, A pr. lit. V3. ATTENTION SOLDIERS. 411 persons who are entitled to Bountv land. ! theactjust passed Congress will applvtu D.L.Jenuia who lias , ue proper lor muia lo iiitiaill lite ssn... GROCERS. Forward iug tc Commission Merc hail , BRIDGEPORT, Oltlb. HAVE on hand, and are receiving SC Ton of Pittsburgh Irouan sites, bsitauallly. 10 " Wheeling ' SIM) Bhla. prime N.O Molasses, Oak Bl.ll. SO II lids. N. O. Sugar, rains. 75 Rage prime Hio Uolfea, 10 Kega 6 Twist Tobacco. 10 Boies of r.uasels and ltabla,oai Sat it law,. 10 various Brand,. 50 Boxes Teaa. assorted. 85 limes Pearl Starch. 100 Hi. Is Fish.klacker.1. 100, " ' ' .10 Kega Whit. Lead. 50 rr. SteM 8plnga!ts sett Ires Alels, .11 sises. 100 Bbla. White Lime. And other arlielea usually kept in Whoeale 6r.t.r. iss. w respectfully requel oir friend, to iiv. da a call. May 17, lifts. SHEEP SHEAR8.-New styles, (or sat A.C. MASTIC CO. May 34. 1C5J. 8 HH'DS N. O. SUGAR. JUST RE- reived and for 4im m TMnvpsnv April U, '35 KNOWLEDGE IS PSDI-KWinSHK. NOW resdjr for distribution, a Cuppr Plata engraved Man nf BelmantCnuntv.enerava.1 by Sir. R. Anderson and finished in III. best style, is a. indisuensibl. directory, just wht lb. psopl. ofthi. Chi ty w.nl, au.wing the original .ud i resent Town ship Hoes. Section lines, Nn. ef Acres, No. sfandiaa gea ol the original Tpa., Towns, Mills, Streams, tail Bonds, Plank Roads, principal Highways, etc. ttt. For sal. hy the subscribe iwho will visit tl.e peorl. oflhi, eounty llilsBpria, tndrvssuiar) and ai the Au ditor'aofflca. D.TBCBMAN. May S, I MS, runiy pspcr.p esse eery 4 qvl;M n H tm nic. - .- ., mm.