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HEAVEN. No lok ft-aa tliere, No weary wnsling of the frame awny, No fearlol shrinking from the midnight air, No dread of summer's bright and fervid .my. No hidden grief, No wild and h erlcsa virions of despair, No vnin petition fur a sweet relief, No tearful. eyes, no broken heart are there. Care hae no home Within the realm Jof ceaseless prnyrr and aong, Itabillowa melt and break away in fonm l'af front lite mansion of the spirit tlirong. The atorm'a black wing is nvcr spread athwart celestial sklos; lta weilins blend not with the voice of spring, As aoina too tender flowrct fudu and dive. No ninht drstille Its chilling dews upon the tender frame; No moon is r.ceded there. The li.'lit which filla That land of glory, Irom the Maker came. No parted friende O'er mournful recollections have to weep; No led of death enduring lovo attends, To watcli the coming of a puiseloss sleep. No blasted flower Or withered bud, celestial gardens know, No scorching blast or fierce .dc-sci-nding biiowct, Scatter destruction like a ruthless hie. No battle-word AtarlUs the sacred host with fears Mid ilrrnd; The song of peaue, creation's morning heard, Is sung wherever angel niiiiisirels tread. Let us depart; If home like tins nivalis thu weary soul, JrfHik up, thou stricken ouu. Thy wounded heart bhall bleed no more at sorrow's atom control. With fnith our gniilu. White robed and '.inocvitt, to lead tho way, Why fear to plungo in Jordau a rolling tUo, And find the ocean of eternal duyf in or or in SCOLDING IN THE PULPIT. The following ia an extract of a letter from Wni. Co per, the poet, to his intimate friend, Rev. John Newton. "No min waa ever scolded cut of his sins 1 he heart corrupt aa a is, and becuuse it is o, grows angry if it bo nut treated with some management and good manners, and scolds aguin. A aurly imwlill' will bear per haps lo be poked, through ha growl even under the opcrntion, but if you touch him roughly lie will bite. There is no grace that the spirit itself can counterfeit with more success than a religious zoul. A mm thinks he is righting for his own ootions. He thinks lie ia skillfully searching the hearts of others when he is only gratifying tho malignity of Lis own; and charitably supposes his hear ers deatituto of grace thut he may shino the more in his own cyca by comparison. When he performs tho notable task he won ders that they aro not converted. He lus given it them soundly, and if they do not tremble and con fees that Gud is in them of a truth, he gives them up as reprobate, incor rigible, and lost forever. lut a man that loves me, if lie sncs mo in error will pits me, and endeavor calmly to convince mo ,f it, and parstiade me from it. If ho has grout and good news to tell me.l'O will not tell it angrily and in much heat and discomfiture, of spirit. It is not therefore, cany t conceive oil what ground a minister can justify a can duct which on!y proves that (ic does nut under stand his errand. Tho ubsurdity of it would certainly striko him if he wuro not himself (.'eluded. "A pernio will always love o minitiUir, if a iniuidtor seem to lovo his people; thercforo you were beloved ul Oulcy." NEGLECTING A CLASS-MEETING. A few days ago I hcurd u good lady soy that she had beei atiiember ol tho Woslcyan Church lorly-two years, aud thut alio had never wilfully neglected but one clubs meeting during tho 'vholo period. Hlic had nover bcn ubscnl when it was possible for her to be present, excepting on una occasion. I "was anxious to know whut it .could bo that had sufficient infltienco to detain her from tho means of graco aha so highly valued. Upon inqu ry, sho gavo mo tho following answer. "It was years ago, when I was tinglo, at home. We hud a vory largo wash, and myself and sister did tho ironing; as most young people did then. The class-meeting imppei ed to come on the ironing day, in tho ufturnoon; and, as we had mile and a hull to walk, wo thought it would bo such a tire some interruption to go it would hinder from i 'clock till 6, just tho beet part nl the day therefore wo agreed to miss it foronco, and go on with our ironing. "As soon ns it was too lute, wo felt wo had done wrong, and the end of tho week wero not so forward with our work as 'uuul. We saw that no time had been gained, ana wo all resolved noter to do such a thing again, but to make everything givo way to the cuusu of God and Religion. Irom thut duy no work or business ever kept us from tho house of Cod." No wonder, that you have led such a do voted life, and been preserved and provided for amid se many trials and bodily alllictions. You have henored tied and ho litis honored uou. Christian reader, has not the peranal of this short paper condemned youl Yes! You lllll Njiav atyt iave often staid from class through circum- nces tea times more trivial than tho one iiieiiryuied abovo nay, you have been glad to find suie little excuse to screen your sloth nd likkowarmiios from your friends and yourstjii. Take shame to yourself; set out freshj, and mny Ood help you! London Chrimt. Miscellany. ( - PREPARATION FOR DEATH. Yhen yau lie dawn at night, compote yf.ur spirit as If you were not to e awnko till tho heavens bo nu more. And when you awake in the morning, consider that new day aa your last, and live accordingly. tiurely that night Cometh of which you will neter see the morning, or thut morning of which you will never see the night, but which of your mornings or nights will b such, you know not. Let the mantle of worldly en joyment lung loose about you that ,it may be easily dropped when death cames to curry you into another world. When the corn is forsaken the ground is ready for the sickle, when the fruit Is ripe It falls off the tree easily. o when the Christian's heart is truly weaned from the world he is prepared for death, and it will be more easy for him. A heart disengaged from the world is a heaven ly one, ani then we are ready fui beuv tn w hen our heart is before us. . DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Imdian Slam-ebb. Take one quart of In dian meal, two quarts of milk, and four eggs; beat the eggs; mix them with the milk; stir the meal; and bake on a grildlc,like buck wheat cakes. Rice Griddle Carls. Soak over night one nuait of cold-boiled rice, In a little milk water, the next morning, odd one quart.oi milk, and stir 'n nearly as much Hour, and two ecu we" beaten. Fine bread crumbs, rusked bread, mixed with the ricc.improve thin cake. A Raoout of Cold Veai.. Cut boiled, or roasted val in nice alicea; flour and fry them butter, til! a liirht brown: then 'take '.hem up, and turn a little hot water into the but ter they were fried in; mix a little flour and water together, and stir it intt the gravy; season with salt and pepper; then put in the meat, and stev till very hot. Stow on on ion with it, if you like. Hop Yeast. Boil a double-handful of hops in a gallon of pure water, for fifteen or twen ty minutes; strc in ofTtho liquor while sculd- Ing hot, then stir in flour till a thick bolter Is formed; let it stand till it becomes about milk-warm; add a pint of good, lively, fresh j vitnxl. Ami stir it wnlh tlmn Int. it. srnlul in a place where it will keep warni,till it becomes perfectly light. This yeast will keep from one to twu weeks, if kept covered light, in t cool cellar. Drawn Butter, Mix two or threo tea spoonsluls of flour with a litllo cold water; stir it till free from lumps; thin it, and stir it into half a pint of boiling water, let it boil two or three minutes; then cut up about a quarter of a pound of butter, in o email pie ces, and put it with the flour and water; set it where it will melt gradually, but not boil. If carefully mixed, it will bo Irco from lumps; if not, s'rrin il, before it is put on tho table. If the butter is to bo eaten on fish, cu up se veral boiled eggs Into it. The eggs can bo boiled hard or soft, as you prefer. A I'LAtH Custahd I'ie. Mix a talilo spoon ful or flour, smoothly with a couple of tabic spoonsful or milk, and Btir into ono qtuirt of boiling milk; lut it boil a minute, stirring it cunatuntly; take it from the Tire, and when cool, put in lliren eggg, woll beaten; awoct- cn it to your taste, udd a litllo nutmeg, and buko it in deep pio-plulcs,wiih only an under crust; buko tho pica directly, in a brick oven. A Rich Bakko Custahd. Bunt seven eK'a with threo tnble-Hpoonfula ol' rolled au gur; when beaten to a froth, mix them with a quart of miik.flnvor it with nuttnerr or cin nnmon; turn it into a pudding-diah mid bulre, or eltio into deep pie-pluteR, thut liuvu a li ning and rim ol pastry; buko them directly, in a quick oven. To asccituin wbon thectis t'irilti aro aufliciciiily buked, slick a clean brouin splinter into them. If none of tho custard adheres lo tho rplinter.it is sufficient ly baked. Boiled Green I'ka. l'ut the peas into jtial wiiter enough to cover them, immediate ly alter they are bIii-UciI; let them boil about twenty minutes, or until done. Whon the pods aro fresh and green, it will inipr ive llio dish to boil them uibo, fifteen or tvxenty min utes, in as liltlo water as wi.l covor thorn, (having wunliud them proviouuly :) turn oft" tliojuicc, ami uild II lo iho pens. Mult sho d bo put iu after tho peas aro done, instead of salting tho water. Thit ken them with a liltlo Hour, beat in milk; udd butter and pep per. Ct.-RP.Axr and (lOtLSEiiKitRy 1'iE. (ireon curranU, and guoscbcrrioH, for pieri, aro nut apt to bo sweet enough, without 1 10 augnr is scalded In heforo they aro baked, us tho juice of the currants ia apt to run out while tliey aro baking, und leuvo tho fruit dry. Slew ilium on u moderato firo, with a ton-ctipj of water 10 a coupio or quurts ol currants; as soon as they begin to brenk, add tho sugur, and let it sculd in a few minutes. When buked without stewing, put to cac.lij layer of mnt u tliick luyerol sugur. l ucre should be as much as a imurtor of a pound of sugnr to ono pint or currants, or more, if you wiJi it. Paste that is Paste Dissolve nn ounce of alum in a quart or warm water; when cold, add as much flour as will make it the consistency of cream; then strow into It ns much powdered rosin as will lio cm a shil ling, und two or threo cloves; boil it to a proper eonsiatoncy, stirring oil tho timo. Il will kuep lor twelve months, and whon it becomes dry, may bo softened with water. sll r. D LORENZO DANFOUD, Attorney and Counsrllor at Imw, Nashville, Hi own Co. Intl. II riirtienlnr attention will bu clvcn la Ilia Colli'i'iion nl Cluims.&c. Fell. V!J, IH.tt. JEW15LUY. &o. Now Stuck and Now SI1oh, tit Re duced Prices, No. 151, Mitlu Htrevt, Wheeling. I T. SC-OTT tesDoctfiillir Invlir.. it.. aumition of lha clilaons nl Hiimnii i,i ..ii.. i,. ... . . ... ' . ' .... nun., iu IM. ii. w ana vary atlauaiv a'.orliiaiil oMiolilaml Silver Watehns, anil Jnwelry or all iiialiiirs, cunaia. tins ol llrsa.l Tins, tar IIiiim, I'linior Kimia, Uracalais, l ull Tins, Arnilnta, !rusias, llohl riianis, nal. Kay. 1'aiiclls. I.m km., Collar amlHIssva lint. 15 n,lf Inns, Ifiilil anil Hilvar Hiiaclaelus. T liimtilcs, UulU 1'uua, III. oie. Jn.l racsivail.a larja aaanrlinanl nf Hilvar finnans. anilnslraniiailoiililaiilali.il aniunia and Korka. Alan! Ilrlianla Wars. Hnrvnyur's ('oiiiiaaaoa.L'nttnry, 1'i.lola llnvolvor.. forta MnnalM, Card l un, Work llnia, llrualiss, CuuiIm, I'arluinory and a final variety oluinvi IHHI. H iTlia quality ofevary arllcla sold wIIIIhi Tairy slaisa, and warrantsd as rniirrssnisd, and evury isa onarila allorl wads toiv .alialacuou lu uiy cualo. oisra. I'arilcular atlentiun la lavitsd to my ImmeiiHo Stock of Clocks. n.ln His lroal aaaorln sm lu Wlirwiini sml.ra Cing alwut Kiuy iliNsraul ,aitnriis, in Alalaatrr, Chi. aa, I'ainsr Mairha, Iron, liill, l,unan, Maliosany, Hnai'wuod and Walnut Iranisa, soma 30 liunr Clorka aa low aa 'i cauta and sood S day liuia maces, warrant, ad to run wall, fruin fKtiu aj.t sach. I'urthawrsara ramaslly Inviisd lo a am I ns niy atock as I am alla and dutei iiiinrd to soil al Ilia vskv Law car run as. II r Watches anil Clocks carsfully lanalred aud war. rantuu. . J. T. HCDTT, No. 117 Mam HI. Wh.tiluij. May 3, IKU. RENT'S FURNISIIIlfa COODS X Hhlrla, Collars, Cravats, Mpriug do.,iiockal hdk'la. Ulovas, Moss feluayaiiilsrs. r 01 sals ih. an hv fcrp. JV. L. KAUtH k. CO YOUNG IT AVlNf! removed his BOOT and SHOE Bitot, In tho basement s'.ory of the New Masonic Half, directly nttilef Hie Cimnstrn office, he is prepared to do k Imle ul wn'k In hislir.e.on short notice, in thebcsl style, ami a cheap the cheapest. April V IC-M. RANDY Ma icira wine., nitre hi Ice graellwa rrpe pure, Jintrcc'ua (Peptll?.) sjjasj- NORTON II II I Mi. (SoufA Side of Main St., St. Clairsville.) HALF A S'lfARS fcAST Or TltS COI'RT HOISS. r'I'MlK. Proprietor of this popular house hav I ins renewed his lease for a numt'er of years, Slid Grateful for the natronace ho has received from the pub lic, would again respectfully solicit a enntinnanenor their favors. His home Is lame and commodious, well lurniahcd. snd rnuilnrtalilo in every particular. Mi larder is hnuiitifillly supplied. Slid Ilia Inliin furnished Willi all Ihe delicacies nl the aessnn. His longpspcri eure in the business of hotel keeping, enables him to guarantee to those, who favor him with a call, highly satisfactory accommodations. HIS STABLES are largo and with lurc. of vehicles convenient to tho house, sheds lor tho i-lu llcrimt tin? whole limler tho pil ot an experienced host- lorintciulunca lor. Hoping to grrethisold customers, whenever they vis it m. t'lairsvillc, he remains, as ever. April 3, 1P:3. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Tin nKT IYkimkk or tiik flLoon. A'atapar licca Mercury in it. Let the Afflicted Read and Ponder! A InrA'.i.iio.s lUMHnr for Hcrnfula, Kinii's Evil, Klieunialiiuii, Oltstiunli! tulnlirous Kriiptionti, riluplifS or I'liwliilr on Hie Face, lltotches, lloils.l'lirouic oro Eves, Itina Worm or Totter, Hr.alil lleail, Kiilameinont r.' I'ain ofllio itoues anil Jotnls, rilulilioru Dlceas, w.',!s'Oic liisonliTK. I.iimliago, Hnitial Coinnlaiiiis. am'. I. asesansina Iroin an iiijiiilicioiisiiso or Mor, curv. in ".'iJrrico hi Li to. or Iiiiniiritv of the Wood. JTr'Tliin ureal altnrativo Mcdicino ami I'uriitcr of HIiMid In now imnl Uy thoiiHaiulM of (tratntul pattflnU from all part of the Uiiilrd t-talon, who tunlit'y daily; to h rnmarkahln ciitm ierlonnmt hy thn crentpft ol nl nieillcliipa.CAKTKU'HHPAMHIl MIXTIIKE." Non. ralia, ItlieuinatiHiiiHcroliiIa, Kruvtiom on the Pkiu Isirer lilwcafip, Pnvcrrf. Ulccru, Oh Hnrcti. AfTnetjoni o the K ill nc-y , lixfipfit of tlm Throat, rftnalnCoiuiilaintD, Paiim and Aching of tho Honr'nand Joints, are upecdily itit to f I iu lit hy tiiii'j thiri trnni and inoHiiiimhlu'ruiiKNly. For all diHi'JuriH ol tho lllouil, tiothnnr lian yt hcun fou ml to compare with it. It rtaaiiMm the pyiUriii o all impurities, acts wuly and rllicicntly on the Liver anil KidneyN, nlreiiKthcnn thn Jiici-Mtioii, ive tone to the Htoinach, miikert tho ukiti clear and healthy, and re ntnrei. the tMiHtiintioii, nufrehled hy difeano or hroken down hy thu vxcueav. ol' youth, to ita pristmo vigor and atrenuih. For the T, Adieu, it la incomparably l etter than all thn roMineticfl ever lined. A few done of Cartkh'h He an in it MiTiBst will remove a'l nallowiieRS of mmph-Mon hriiiic the roues inantlinir lo tha cheek, civo elantlcity to theKtnp, and improve thetrennral health ina remarkahle di'sren, iH-yond all the inedicinen ever heard of. The lame niimlrer of certificated which we have recei ved Troin pemoiiK from all pari ol the United 8talen, in the hent evidence that thcro ia no llnmlmK atoiit it. Tun pre, hotel keepnrn, innQiHtrateM, phyniciaiiM, and piihtic limn, we. I known to the community, all add their tenti imtiiv to the wonderful eit'ecU ol thin tiUKAT WLOOll ri idi il it. Call on ihn Auknt anil fret a Circular and Almanac, and read the wonderful cure thia truly ureatcatol all Mi'dicineH han performed. None itenuinn nulenM nimicil I.KXNRTT A. HKFR8, Proprietorn, Nn. :i Vmr HtriHtt, Uichmont,Va.;to whom allordern for nupplieH and aireucici uiiiMt lie addresiud. And lor nnle hy II. AI.DX ANhnrt. Ht.ClalrflvlIlo. Jan. Maker, Whenlinir. Win. Ilunliar, I'niontown. Cieo.t!. llethel.Fhtnhlni!. It. H. Clai k, Morrinlnwu. II. II. Molt, MarnnMVille. M. V. Milen St Hon. Homerton And by Dealora in Mediciuea everywhere. Nov. 10. IIVER COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, .J JAVJfltlCK, Chronic or IMt-i vorts Dt bilit'. )is4injo of tlm Kiilnny.s, 0 nml nil 'ifuiisw'snrisiiipt z Ifoin n DiHorili rnl l.ivri or . loinui'li, Hiielt iiHConstii'itioii, IiiiviiiiI 'ilos, Kiilliii Hs, or lilood tn tlm llriiil, Achlitv of llioKtomncli, Null sun, llourtliiirii, hiHimt lor boil, I'nll iii'hh or weiu'lil in (lie Stoinucli, Sour Kruo- liitions.SiiiHiuir, or 1 liitlurinir in tlio I'itol llio Sioiiuu li, Swimming ol tlio llunil, Hurried nuii ililliiMilt llroutliinu, l' lutti riiiK nl tliu llunrt, I'honkini' orSulliiontiii)! Scnsniions whon in ii I vim; I'ostiire, liiiini'8.iiil Vi-ion, Dots or Wtilis U'l'nro llio Siulit, -'cvor nml Mill I'm u in thu llouil, Uvliuii'iiuy ol lVrs iirution, YoIIowiiohb of'llio Skin fc f.VOH. I Mil in tlm hido, Unck, Chi'sT, l.imlis, ivc, Siulilon X Pi min yios ol I lent, llurninu in Hl.rllt, (loilMllint I inner. liuusol Kvil, nml ureal liiiri'KMion of Spirits, cun ihi riiicluully curoil liy 1)K. IIOOI'LAMVH CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS. I'RErARED BY DR. C. M. JACKSON', (Ji:iuiii nii:ii ir. stoui; A'o. V20,Arclt St., 1 door Mow Sixth, l'hilada. Tlmir imworjLr Uir alsivn diHcasss Is not eiisllol, if ciimlli il, hy aoToilisr ,iroiaralimi in UiolNil k States, a Urn cures ullu.t, in many taieaalierakilUUI uliy iicioli hail laili'il. ' Tluw llillers ars wnrthy tha atlrnllnn of invaliila. I'nssniMliilt urcnl virluo. in the rnelillcaliun uf ilisoaars ul llio I. Ivor ami liiaiirKianils,rxi.rr iaiiillni nionlaiiarcli niv pownrs in WKaknriM ami slli'ili.oi. or lha iliauaiiva organ., limy am, withal, sals, csriaiiianil ileasant. TESTIMONY FROM OHIO. Ions llnrrmx, Jernnicsvillr, (lliln, May 3l)th, lMn anil "I rlln tu .lain lur vuur hii.i.ciIou, auii alau lor llial ol iillmrs, that ynur ilvrinail Miller, ia what yon ""oi I it in Im, a hislily valualile inrUicino, which I know limn liavinir used il in niy own family to my rnlira satistat-tinii. All samii rnriiiiiiiiunilatioii.o usro usuu it giva HTsrHss A. Mlv, Canton, Ohio. May 11. IMS ;...."." . .. .""";VVm" ' ' . -"-' iu wiurii piaceii ninth rutin . nrwrro lour iiouiks from Clevolaud. Una or Ihion I ava lo my dauslilur who has dnrivad (real tmu- ellt Irom il; Iwool l ilhrtra 1 aold ilniumliatrly, and I would Ilka you lossnd in. a anpply ol'uiu aril." Jons Ci.aas, llruiiawu k, Ohio, May Wl, IK34, aaya: " our liannau lliltera have inivad succmslul In every caaa that has cuiuu lo my knowledge, aud has one nod lor Itself a (real ilaiualid." Tnotua Lsn uroan. Covington, nhln,'nereuiher7th, lni.1, aaya: "Mywiioliaa hceu aifuaind with the l.lver coniilaiiitaiid liyapuiMiafor a nuinlwr of ynara, durius wlntliliiaa 1 havuainntareatdal for ductorliis.lliut alia rur.eivdl vury link) Unelll therefrom, and llnallyllhe dociora aaid aha rould not he cured. I.aat aprlna alie concliidudlu try your Hitlers, she look two hollies and ever ainre lakiini iliain alia has heen al.le to altend lo her laiaiiieaa.uuiil very lately ahe had a new attack, luil liasauaint'oiiiuirncedlhe Uittere. I have aold oniln a miinlH.r oll.ouleailirniinli her reroiumeiidation, and aa faraa I can learn, it haa siveuaalislsclmn lu all.1' Iliviu AainiTT Auatiuahura,llhio,llacemlHir 5, 18SI, aaya: rerunl me lolwar tesiiiuony lo the remarkable ef llracy ol your liennan Ulltera In I he eur ol Uiver ciMiii.l.iiil. for yeara pr.viou. In takin, U, waa se. varrly aiHirledwiihdi.eaaaor the Liver, so much so hat did uoie.necito live. I.ul by a Irea a.eol Hie Hit lers.thauka loaklud 1-rovi.l.nce. I And myaell entirely reatorrd lo heallh aud able to resume my usual omolov aieui." y ' Theae Bitters are entirely vsielalila and free from Al coholic stimulant and all iiijuriuua iiisredienia, mild in their uuereliuu.lhtiy sirouniheu,lhesyaie lever pro.' They are entirely vegetable and free from all Injurious Insreillents. ' Hold hv dealers In medicine evory where. For sale hy II. ALKKNDRD Hl.Olalrsvllle. jt.V. M.1H I IN ik Co., Aculs. ;. o. C. ll. lhal. V Sim. Win. Dunbar uiuoa wu 8. lirci, A1 y.risiowa. II. II. M .., Ilarneavllle. M. I'. V loa it Hon, Homa, OS. 4ml by Dealers in Meilieiuia. very whore. . Koveiutoi m lfil THOS. KM. O still and of ers I do SRiDWITS. WILSON SNKW. tJEIDWITZ & ASKEW having pur- rhsscd thn establishment of Mr. Isaao Askkw, nonhl respectfully luturm the clllscns or Hi. Clairsvllle lha surrounding country thai they will constantly seep un haiiil a good asvortiueutoi Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Collars, Whips, every other articlensnslly kept In our line husinevs. Our work will lie mads with nial mam ni1 ri,.rlitlitu and in mi MlVle ne- sired. We would respectlully call the attention of the politic to our mode of makint collars as we think we have a pattern that is proof stains! sahlms tne almoin of any horse, Ws have also an elra quantity ol ealher Waiinn Whips, Allnf which we Inlenil to sell low. T lease give us a call and see for yourselves. NOTICE. I would lustssv to mv friends and nld nutnmers that. owins In the stale of my health, 1 have disposed of my shop to Mr. Win. Beidwitsand my son Wilson, and Hie misincss will lie conrliicieil nv l lent si my uiu Biaiiu. Focliiisr thankful to the puHic for the llheral palrouaiie hestowed upon me during my continuance in business, would say tnst sir. eemwits nss neen in niy empiuj for several vears nsst. and feel no hesitancy in reenm- mending him In ti e pulilic as a loort workman whowlll tinlice intiicm. Yours, ISAAC ASKEW Pt. Claiisville, MsylS, 1P34. FT ATS, CAPS, AND UMBRELLAS, OF every quality, for fi... cheap hy Sept. 9ft. EW ENGINE AND REPAIR SHOP Nkar Bwsissv's Class Works. (NokthI VViirii.tsn, Va. The anliffrrilier havlns nrocured acomulctesetoftools, -r,-iii,iif of Plmies. I. allies. Hcrew cutter, etc.. ol the lalesi and innst approved patterns, are now prepare,, , do work intheirlino, In the best ,osihle manner ana llurisonial Engines with or wtinniii cas iron nen t'pright Engines, all kinds ol irnt planing, (having a very large inacnme,; ,rw cuumi, ......i heavy and light turning, shafting, etc., aand repairing. i',.,,o luriiiMlieil at lowest foundry nrices. We have conslantly on han I pr can furnish at short notice, cemented, copper rivileit leather belling aim hose; equal to any made. We lell at manufacturers nrices. and make no charge for freight or commission of any kind. WcriTspecirutly ask thoe having need of anything in our lino, to give una call, believing we can make it Iheir intcres.todeal with us. eng. In. ly.l JOHN MOORE at CO. DR. GASTON LENDERS his Profestional strvices to he cilieiisor Bki.lairb and vicinity Nov. leM. CL0S1M1 OUT PRICES! For 50 days at the Bee Hive Store, Wheel ng Va STONE & THOMAS, J3KING desirous of reducing thoir present I J Htcck an much an ponmido, lie Torn the (iuniii(t of HpriiiK 'l'rudn, wiliill'nr tiirUAHH thctrrmire fltuck of Winter m!m, at CoHT, cotuprl- , ,un , i,sr'ec a, ,;,nrt d. rnlilo stock ill tho City. Kmbru cms in psri '.111 Lone anil Foliarc. Itroclie Phawls 1ISI Cloaks ami Mantles of Velvet, Cloth and Sik. l!IHj l.ontf and Hi. Cloth Shawls, euitiraciini souieorthe rielu stltroclie Hhawlssiid Cloaks, importedalso the balance or their sloe k of Wool, Wool snd Hilk iiiil wool and Cotton Press Cooil... beiiiff still tho mint dcsirablo asaortment of rlaiit Wool CsHliineres, all Wool lleaiues printed do, CaKhmercs, Mention cloakimi Clothe and iriuiiiiiiU'S, llnunets and Hinbons, f laNlleis, Llllseys, oic. ate. We also wi.ih to call alinutioa lo our (sllll) lame slock ol Hilks.eiulirnr.in3 moru than 111.(11)0 yds. of every sliailc. slyle and quality, which Ini'elhnr with a full variety of uooii. will oeoiiurou ai uruaiiy reonreii prices. BTONKck THOMAS. Feb. 13, IMS. lB Wheeling Va. CONSUMPTION! CONSUMPTION!! DR. WU. HALL'S BMU1F0RTBR LUACS, FOR THE CUKE OF CONSUMPTION, IUX'I.UK. ASTHMA. BUONC1II. Tlrt. WAATIN P TUB FKKHII, NMJHT jV BATH, HI'ITTIN(3 IIIsOOll. WIlUOI'INO COIUill JHFKirUj.TV OF HKKATHING, I.iiMM, ViiVUl S, INFUJEN, rUTUItilC. I'AIN IN TUB H1DB, AMI ALU DISEASES OF TIIK CliKST AND LUNGS Dr. llairii IUIhaiii contftini no Opium, Calomkl, or any mineral noiMun, Inn iu coinogod mostly ol Uiuho Ittinu. I orlm miii VolcUIiIo iihatancoi wlucii liavu iiiticii.c Inlldcnciimion llio lumii and tliuir connecied orLrmii. Iiu immuimatk icfrei'T to ulljiy all irritniiun m... i ifi.ntlv rnimivA tliu vhtemau ollir inornli. aecre lioitH Irom ihe'l'liroat ami A r-V t tliuri rolievhtK lliiil'inidli. bit tubiluutg th atjiammattun and other caiiu rh which nivo riu lo it. Italao Mlimuliaun and imparu a liraivhy tone loihu 1.11119 inemnuivuM, mureoy nna lilnill itinui inor IhoroiiKhlj to removo from the liloud thnrfi) hiiiHirUlc'n and dincad iiartich-H, which, if ro- tuiiioil, do no much inithie:iiillu( Hyntoin, and lays the ronndalion lor inciirahle (XWHUM I'TION. It aluo cx irlri 1 decided action upon tho tdtiu, and at-nintu nature 111 PspHinii throiiiMi tho t-ixiaionig, muni 01 mat mor hid matter which would ntlnrwiin he thrown hack upon thn l.una, thuti rchevinit tlnm of a part of their work, and rnnilurinff thn nyntom hire and lieallhy. When lu hi ri lnn are furmiiiR, il cliC'k thoir dovelopmrnt and lurihnr prorn; or it uicoraion nax laKnn piace, 11 an hihIi Hi liniffn 111 throwinc oil' the corrupted matter, Huoilii'H the irritation, iieaUthe ulcerated cavitinH, and rcntoreiitheiii Attain to liealtiy action. Thin medicine, thrreliirn, in not a .iotiniicrely. which only relieved for ihe lime lieiuu, hut in a 'iiohoi oii i ukativk, bh it Ktrikn-4 at the very nmtot thulUeatie, and hy renoviiiK it, rniuovcNaiouie an ttu ranoio ann euontiani coiihu- (Itll'IICt'H. TIllH IH itst limTtNtt'lHHCO RAKI lit HIM H a property ponmiHucd, iu etpial power, hy no ulher incdi ciuuoiliku nature, now ittiire ine puimc. tiir jios-y tirnAOR jnaht CURES OV CONSUMPTION. Are made here at home ami certidcd Ic by euch men asW.D. WltUJIIT. M. 1), J. I. .(,. M. !., Win. c. Hmitii. M. I).. J.8. Jons M. U.,Cpr. V . l'ma, a It. B. Mi i.iouo, Ky.it., andolliora who are well known ciluensol t inciiinali. OtrCALL UrONTlIE AGENT0 Ami nia iaoiilet and rcul Iheir eerllticaiea in full, and you must lie luuy eonviuceuoi 1110 aaraasauiHaRy Mvni'tti f.r 'rina Al.niriNK. lPr'tJAIITHlP'l Iteware of Dr. Hall's riilinoii" I'.iuir: also, iir. iian suouiia neuivuy. wilicu 1. omus' tiniea iialiiieil oil' lur Ihe sesultin. l V'ilSBi nsaiid ask (or Lr. Wm. H.i.u'a Dil.aM roa 1IIK l.l'NUS. Cuuuine, aigned by O. H. DAKLUl CO. For aaln by J. . Collins, Al.;islrsvllle. , 1 1 . M 1 aruv , lleiulry.liiir j. V. M. 6ivs, Morrisiown. IUinks ic II viTiicn, l.oydiville, lUaav liLsaa, UriilseiHirt. J. 4! j9sUKKaON, Uellaire. J. K. liHKNiai., Jacolwlmrg. A. AUtson, Cviitreville. A. Ahm.thonii, Arinatroui'a Mill, II II. Movr, llarneaville. Warllold at Croaten.do. W.'l'. Iiohksv, Horsey 's MII. Horsey att'o. CaiHina. J. II. Al aktin, Hewollaville. HrnooLBV M. liasw, MarllMvllle, Ws.Hl.is. Nicholsvlrle. W. l. M il ia 4 Son, Soiiierton. March H, IniJ, Uiu. CONSUMPTION AND COUGH It K II E II Y . DR ROGERS' COMl'OUND SVRUP OF LIVERWORT, TAR & CANCHALAGUA, soa t loxn ars ci'aa or roughs, Colds, Influi'uxn, Asthmn, BRONCHITIS, SPITTINO BLOOD, AND ALL llTlir.Il LUNU COMl'LAINTS TINDIN TO GO NSOHPTIOH. THIA Medicine is recoinrneailed hv mn nl tha hl.h. eat staiidmi iu our country: M AJtiK L. VAN IIIIKKN nroiueroi .utariN via mass, Ksij., Bl 1' rrsidoul of the tinned stales; rKllr. II. COX. HON, JUIKIKWM 1IUKKK, JOHN A. CIII.I.IXH, CHU., CALVIN W. niAiiuiii.ii, ecu... ui i.incinuaii. il. n. vi I brio is, j II., Ilollauaburi, Haikecouuly, (ihio: H. K. DKAKK, Hruaiiat, X.sia, Ohio: W. II. l.tVlrMiN, EXU Bai lor U. H. Military aud Naval Araua. N.w York. Hoed Iheir statements winch cau be had (graluiloualy) ul I'"" r."it u f..ufiii, IUiSJ. Pur Bale by J. W. Colliks, ft. Clairsvill,. II. Mi'aviiv, llrndrysbura. F. M rtwaN, Morrisiown. IUiks.A IIati'iisr, l.oyiUvllle, lliaav Unit, U-ideiort, J. '. ANuasnis, Uellaire. J.F. (iHi srsi,, Jacolwburg, A. M&tson, lYilirevilu. A. Ahmsikosu, AruiBirong'sMlll. ll.ll.Mnrr, llarnosville. Wtansi D ui Caos'ias do. W. T, Hosav, Horaey1, Mill. HoK.tv 4Co.,Canlina. J.U. MailN,rwellsville. H. mosi.iv Oi MiCIbsw, Martinsville. U a. Hi va. No holavilln. W. I'. Mil a. siH.ia.Bourtrtaa. aiarcti , 'ii - in, GLASS AND TUTTY had, lolargenrsinallruantUlea,at II. AI,r;.,M)l;UH UrugHtorn. V ai aprtfl. LATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE. The Stcnnicr will Arrive Loaded full of Dry Goods. 'I niEtlEFORE I will Sell my Stck ol I (lootli. uheai.or ihtu ever wu told tn the Wwiern Country. I will sell good Black Bilk, 1 trl. wM. fhr P7V " " SSiii. wiiltJ 15 ' Bilk ul all other colon at any price. I have a tiarirn and Pplcndid Stook of French, English and Amor. ran iMortiKHin. I will sell thchvst line Mrrlnnrsftt 1 00 AniRrican A Kuttliah fromllPt to 37 II " " Knli8h Merinoesat 3-t iPnch as no Wontcru Merchant ever saw before in this country. i nave p" pieces oi Alpacas oi an coiotb ann rwib, which 1 will sell cheaper than ever offered In this or any other market. I have a siilrmlid Ptork of lelsanes and Cat i meres. Plain, Floured, Striped, liar red and all col ors, I will sell theltesi quality at 25c. , I have ono of the hest stock nl uiiiKiiams yon oversaw, i win sen u ins hums at in et. per yarn, mien as sens per ir, I naveinw pieces of the best t'nlicnesyou ever taw, 1 will sell at He. such as I have hernolore cold at , I have a large as sortmnnt or Phawls, or all kinds and colors, I will sell Hhawlnlll yds lonf at $3.1)0, and others almost at any nricn. I have a lame stock of Flannel of all colors. I will sell Ked Flannels ahnnt 1 yd wide for 33c, I have a ve ry lartie stock of Muslins, Uleached. Unhlcached. (lnr.ed aud of all colors for A 1-4 to I have 45 nieces ol t'ansi- uw.rrn and Uaxsincltn. 1 will sell Tassinctt tor a pair of rants for 8 !,;, assood as was snui last year lor :,nu i will sell a good article of a Coat patron trimmed for Si). on, I have the lamest stock of Kcady Made Clothing I ever had, which I will sell at almost the purchaser's of. fpr.l have atinod stock of Hoots. Bhoes. Hats. Cans, and a thousand other articles too tedious to mention, which 1 will soil at the same rates, I want all of my old custo mers, and a thousand now ones, to coino and examine lor themselves, aud they will oet first rate Bargains to their satifflactioii, at tne my uood More or SAMUEL KLINE. N. B.l have a Snlendid Stock ofBilk Bonnets, of all colors. I will sell some as low as ft 2 .50. and any other prices to suit the customer. I have a beautiful stock of Cheinitett uinlcr-slceves and Collars, which I will sell cheanerihaii ever was offered in this Market. Any thing ! have In my hue of business, I will cschange for all minis oi uonmry rroutiee. a. a Ht.Ciairsviiie, iov. lu, ltsii. . DU. STKOBLE'S CELEBRATED PILE LINIMENT. FOR Internal and External Piles. mill 5 Linimrnt has licn Inns itsml only ai the nnva X ttrencrioticMi of an eminent I'hynician. It hat dcen u.tcd in IhiH way more than eiht yearn, ilurinff the whole of which time, allhousli prescribed In a ffreal mini I r of cases, it has never, in any .instance, been known to fail. Many or the cases which have been efTectual'y cured hy this Liniment, have linen of more than thirty years standinir, catmintr jrreat sintering and producing: consiu eralile ravaue tinou the system. These rmouic canes have yielded as readily to the virtues of this remedy as tnoseoi iitnrereceiiiuaie. r.xierience warranis nisas sertion, that there cannot he a cane of Pies, nnconiicc ted with other diceaftes, which will not he forced lo yield before the well-tested powers or ti) is medicine. Warranted to cure, whure tho directions aro strictly followed. IT ice 81. Bold hy A. U. MARTIN V CO. Bole Airenls lor Belmont Co. Q.St. Clairsvillo, April JO, JH&j. GREAT F.NGLISH REMEDY- THE MOST VALUABLE Spriiis and (jiiininor Medicine lu lllC vorllti DR. IIALSEY'S FOREST AVINE. PATltOMZED BV THE NOBILITY AND MEDICAL FACULTY OF ENGLAND, AND ESTEEMED THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY MED ICINE IN THE WORLD, Medicines contaii.inr; molasses or liquorice, like the boasted Harsaparillas, require many lariio bottles to produce the slijihlest cliauuo ill health. The Forkbt Wikk is altncethor a itnteront article. It comainsnn syrups to sivo it consistency, but aciuiroa ita excellent tlavur, and powerful medicinal properties from the ve ctahle planta of wliich ilia composed. The Forest Wink combines the virtues of the Wild Cherry, Dandelion, Yellow Oot k. and Sui-tiiinarillsi I with other valuable plants whose properties are still more KiMiillVH. Itshiirh eoncentralion renders it ono ofthe mostcffi cient medicines now iu use. Sometimes leas than sinule hnltle restores Iho liiiireriliK palieut from weak- ness, ilelillily, ami stckiiass, to strong and vigorous health, bvery nose snows its uood eitccts on ihe con slitiilion. and imnroves llio state of ihe health. Tin Foiikht Wink is recommended, in the stroiitfeai terms, lor ail complaints ii ine (c5" Stomach, Liver, Kidnegx, Xervous DAior- dcrs, villous Affections, Dropsy, Dyspepsia Imss of Appetite, Jaundice, Female Com- planus, iscrojuia, ana a'l Disorder arising from RAD BLOOD and impure habit ofthe system. Saved from Death! Testimony of.Mr. Nathan Mathkws, a highly re Bpectalile and wealthy citizen of Newark. N. J. Dr. (.. W. Hai.sky: I beieve your Ftirost Wine and Tills havo been 'lie menus of savins; my lifo. When 1 commeucoil takina, them I laid al Ihe point of deal! with Dropsy, l'1oa, and Asthma. My pliysiciana had llivun mo over as past cure, aud my laiuily hail lost all hopes oi my recovery, wnie lu this iireaili'il situa tion, your Forest Winn and lMlls wero procured for mo, aim ueiore i nan nnisncii me nrst noitie oi too win and box of Pills, I experienced crcnt reief; my bod and limbs, which wero greatly awolleu, bccamo Bcnsi bly reduced. Hopes ol toy recovery beiran now to re- vivo, and after coiiunuina the use of your medicines for alsiut a uiuiiih, the 1'ilea and Asthma wero coin pletely cured. The Dropsy, with which my life was uiaceii in sucn ureal danger, waa also nearly gone, i nave continued the 11001 your ined icinca unlillhe pres. em I1111.1, and I now enjoy aa iierl'ccl health as ever I did in my ile, aihotiuh 1 am more than sixty years of as. 1 ours, renpeciiuuy, Newark, N. J., Dec. 10, 1M7. N. MATHEWS. Oreut Cure of Liver Complaint of xcii lriirs MaiidluK. New York, Jan. (Hh, IP-IP. Da. Ilimr, Dear Blr: llavlnij takeu your Forest Winoaud I'ille In remove a disease of the l.iver, from wiui avr auiirieii .evereiy lor upwaroa 01 mil years; and haviiiK adhered cloaely lo the directions which ae rompaiiy the medicines, have recovered iny health not williaiaudiiiB all who knew mo thoiiuht inv case in Clirablo. Previous to taking Hie Wine and Pills. I had recourse to the beat medical treatment, but cuiiiinned to grow worse to au alarming degree. Soma of my friemts spoke denpairiugly of my case, and tried to persuade me Irom iiiaKlliguso 01 any ai.vertised remedies; and. I doubt not, but what there are hunt reds wlit areiUssua ded from taking your excellent medicines, in come uencn of the deception and inefficiency of many adver- .lauu imm-iui:. pit. 1ur.11 iiy unpriucipieu men, in naming an. .1 im-Hiciii. i.ii., niiai a nir III., tlia. ine CjeCCp- non umi uy uiuera, auuiiiii no ine iiieana 01 diasuailiug many laboring under disease, from mas lug trial and be ing cureu uy yuur excellent reineoies, liiimauityjspea. king, they have saved my life; when I commenced ma king use of llieni.I waa 111 a wretched condition. I. m he. gau toexperienretlmir good ed'ects in icsi than Ihroe days; and lu six weeks Irom Hie time I purchased the medicines, to Hie great aiirprise of all my Irionds, I was rniireiy euriin, an 1 nail increasca niieeil llOllllds in weiglit, having taken one box ol ihe Pills, anil two Lot Ilea ofthe W1110. WonldloUnd that every poor suiter er would avail hiiusalt of the same remedies. Yours, &c, JAMES WILSON. Nervous Disorders Arediseasesofthemiudas well aa of lha hody, are us ually urougnt on ay Irmiblea and anliction, and are moat com inon to persons of delicate coustitutioiia and seuaitiva minds. Low spirits, melancholy, frightful dreame.aud fearful anticipations ofevil from Ihe slight. estcaiiBcs, generaly acenuinany nervoua disorders. I ne forest wine aud Pills are an energetic remedy lo these complaints. Extract of a letter from Mr. Joseph C. I'aatding, dated Philadelphia, Bepl. ;ih, IcHd. nn.CI.W. I1A1.PKY: Dear Hir. Yous Forest Wine and Pills have cured my wile or a dreadful Nervousdisorder, with which she hail been alluded for many yeara. Her body waa almost wasted away. Hhe waa Irequently disturbed In her afrophy Irighilul dreams, awakening quite exhausted aud covered with perspiration, and at times laboring un der the delusion that aoinething dreadful was about lo happen lo her. II y Ihe use of four bottles of the wine, snd a box ol Ihe Pills, she la now In per red h.allh She has regained her dealt and color, and enjoys society aa well aa aver. J. C. PAuLl'INli. Da. David HAavm.a celebrated practitioner of New York, declared publicly, thai one bottle of llalsey's For est Wine contained more virtues than Any of ihe large bottles of fiarsaparilla. Messrs. . B. 1. ami-has 4 'o., one of Ihe largest and mn.1 resiectab!e Druggists in Byr aruae, in a letter, say: "From what Uiey have heard tt aoen or llalsey's Forest Wine, il Is an exellenl and good medicine, aud will undoubtedly become Ibe leading wed icineufthsdav." The Forest Wine Is put up In large square hottlea, with Dr. Ilasey'e nania blowu In the glass: tl per bottle, or six bonis, for J flnoi. coaled Pills, 9i Centa per box. Agents are authorised 10 retail aa well aa wholesale to on aa favorable conditions as the proprietor, No. 101 Duone rtu corner of Hudson, N. York. Appointed Agent in St. Clairsvllle . J. W. COLLINS aud aold by Druggists throughout the Blale. May ir,ICM. I INSEED, FISH, SPERM & CASTOR X-sf Oils, sold at anr. III. II. ALEXANDER'S Drug Store. Ii Jusl ree'd and for salehy McCukaiki & KaLLf, Uridgepurl, March loth, IMi. I tt. J. D. MARCIUSrs CELEURATED II rATIIKI.K'ON I for its curative powers In all tho diseases lor which It li recommend ed, usually called l-'cmnle Com plaints. Of Ihess are Psm.irsns I'tssi, or Fallingnf the VVoinli; FLtoa i.srs, or Whites; Ciironii.- (NPLAMNATloa ANO Ub- r sration or Tits womb; I NrlDKRTAf. IfBMOn- aiiAoa, or Flooding; pAinri-t., 0t-rpKRfiKOt and laaRejoi-Aa Mkn btri'ation, etc., with all their accompanying evils, (Cancer except ed,) 110 matter how Se vero of how long stand- The Cathollc.an far surpasses other remedies, In being morn certain, less expensive, and leaving the system In a belter condition. Let all Interested call and obtain a pamphlet (Iree) containing ample proof, from tho moat respectsble sources, ofthe hcneHeial results or its uae; together Willi letters from highly experienced Physicians who have used It Tn their practice, and speak from their own observations. Hr-ry.nr.sTrs. P. B. Peckham, M . D., IJtlca, S. Y. . I,. I). Fleming, M. D., Cauandaigua, IV. T. M. II. Mills, M. D., Kochester, N. Y. D. Y. Foote. M. !., Syrscnse.N. Y. Prof. Dunbar, M. D., Ilallnnore, Md. J. C.Orrlek, M. D., Baltimore. Md. W. W. Iteese.M. D., Now-York City. W. Prescott.M. D., Concord, N. II. J. P. Newland, M. I)., Utica, N, Y. Itev. C. 8. Heard, Glenn Springs, 0. C. TTTLcttcr addressed tc care of Mr. Curtis Hatch, agent al Ravnvsa, Ohio. To J. MAncmsi: 1 navs been tea years trounien with Femate Complaints prolapsus btcri, and all the attending difficulties; al times rendering my life most miserable. 1 have nan 1110 auctiuanca 01 some 01 ine best physicians, with but little success; the most titty could do was to relieve a cure was out of the question. For five months hclore commencing with your medicine, I had not been able to perform anv labor, could walk butafew atepB al a time, and scarcely went otttofdoore in suon, 1 was completely prosirateu, 110111 in nuuy and mind, and cxpeeled ta drag out the rest of my days in suffering and misery. Hut, reading your advertise, mcnt, t wrs Induced 10 try your invaluable medicine called Uterine Caihollcon, as Ihe lasi resort. I had not naed il a week before 1 felt like another woman. By the use of ihree bottles I was enabled 10 perform all the labor for six in the family with ease, ann could could waia anywhere In the neighborhood without injury. Noth Ing nut a sense 01 niy iioiy 10 you sun 10 ine ainicieu, has induced me In state my case to the public. I can safely recommend the preparation to all those sullr.rilig like myself. (Higtifii,) airs. Hunan ji. bishop. Freedom, Portgage, Co.. Ohio, Dee. tit, 1K12. ITJJ. B. AMRCillSI & CO.. Proprietors, Central Depot, 3IU Rroadway, N. V. HITMPIIRF.Y ALEXANDER. Asem. Druggist. St. Clairavillo, Ohio. nd sold by John .Mcliean, l oillr; 11. 11. Fawccit, Jit. leasant; J. W. Warfield. Fairview; Urentlingcr at rmstroiig. Wheeling, Va. apr. 7, 1854. ly H TATS OF EVERY STYLE AND QUAL Ity. from to finest silk, down to the Cheapeg paliiilcaf. At (apr.M.) FRINT & NAGLE'ri. DK. HOIiT. MOKRISON, Physician and Surgeon Ofthe American Reformed Practice of Medicine. IS prepared to attend to all who may call upon iiini, at all hours, when not professionally ab sent. N. n. nr. M. cures Cancers without the use of the Knife, the only remedy heretofore known. Otlice and residence on Fioul Street. S Doors below lTtswcii K ware-linusn. Bell Air, Sept. B'J,1M4. T HE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOP cotton aud linen rags by J. J EPSON junea. WOULD respectfully inform the public generally, that they liave Just received a large anuiiionai supply 01 FALL AND! WINTER CLOTHING, Kmltracina Over Coata of every tylfl and quality. French, Hack, and lioxdo. Black and Fancy Casnlmerc ran in, t'ftnomeu.Coni, and Jean do.. Satin, Bilk, Plush. ami Cloth Vest. Also A lot or Common do. All of which wiKhesold at the lowest nonsihle prices forCAnii, We have also a large aud carefully selected etock of Cioth. vein nigs, uassimerea, canauietts, Triminins, iVc ' which we will make to order in the best style and onhe niOHt reasonable terms. Thankful for the lilicral iatronaire of the pant year we would respectmiiy ask a continuance oi the same, 8t. Clairsvillc. Hcpt.U, 1854. LI AKE FISH. 25 half b'.s. 20 whole do ust recoivedand for sale hy HAU1IEN at DRANNUM BrlilRoport, June If), 1P54. T3URE WHITE LEAD CINCINNATI 1 brand positively sold at Wheeling prices, at apr.iil.l II. ALEXANDER'S Drugstore. PLAID DRESS GOODS. Af PS. of the richest styles wood plnids JL Vr 50 ps. French Merinos, a full supply of Thih cts, do Hayes, Madamaa, Do I. nines, Cinghams and Prints; in a word, the most complete slock of Dress Goods ever brought, to Wheeling, and at unusually low prices, at STON E dc THOMAS', Nov. 30. 174, Main at. Wheeling. LATEST ARRIVAL! The steamer Pennsylvania arrived at the Port of Wheeling on .iiuu.ii, mi i nKuig uin liiiiiiwillg vaiMaillCS: Amputating, Dissecting and Pockets In struments; Harris's Pat. Foreipa; Spring aud (iuiii Lancets; Scarillcators; Tooth Files; Saws and Fillers; Excavators and Rose drills; Mouth Glasses: Gold and Tin Foil; Gold, Silver and French Leal: Yellow, I. reen and lied Briur.e. And also a largo amount of rum impurieo urugh, allot which have been purchased and now for sale by j as. W. COLLINS. SLCIairevllle, May ISth, 18J4. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. No tico ia hereby given that at the Prohato Court for Uclmnnt County, the underaigned waa appointed and tiiialilicj aa Administrator of tho estate of George Vanlaw, dae'd. Into of flchnnnt County. All those indebted to said estate, are rcqucstod to make iminridiate payment; and those having claims against aair estate, are notified to prnsnnt them for settlement within one year from this date. ASjJIIEI, HOOVE, JOEL ELLIOTT. March 30, 1H35. Administrators. LEWIS HANSOM II if re"'ovoJ k' Hi'1"" Shop to the Daseincni story of NATIONAL HOTEL, where he will he pleased to see his old customers, and a host or now ones, and il will at all times aliord lulu Ihe greatesi pleasure lo Toko them by the noae, And cause Iho "wildcrncsa" of beard, "To blossom oa the rose." Don't go about the streets hairy, and "bearded ike the pard" but step in to the saloon in the basement of the Na tional, and become Iransmogriiied into a aleckfaced (not doughl'accd) member ol the body politic, and you will never regret it. 1 would call Ihe attention of my customers and oth ers, to my stock or Cologne, Hair Oil. Pomaloius, Beef Marrow, Shaving Creams, llarber'e Snap, Tooth Pow ders, Shaving Brushes Tooih Brushes, Hair Brushes, Kazoraaud Uaxer Strops, Blarking anil Brushes, esc:. For sale al Illy shop iu lha Basement of the National lioiel,M.i;iairaville. LEWIS KANSOM St. Clairsville. Aprils. IMS. SILKS. npiIE largest stock of Silks and Satins 1 we ever oil'ored to the public, containing al least lll.utio yds of everv stvle audraualitv. Brocade. Ai'd. plain and plaids and stripes, embracing the greaiost 'n.aaiiia we ever iiuusui. riain cnangeaiue, worlll I, Ml, Ironies toHOcta; Fig'd and plain do. worth l. 110 t"l,'.'5, aiSII to "5 ris; a few pieces lell of thoss Fig'd, fancy and black Silks, worth l to l.vtl, or which we have sold so many in a few weoka, at 3(1 1 lo 00 cts. "No trouble to show thein," al STONE at THOMAS', Nov. iO 17a, Main at. Wheeling. GROCERIES, Hardware, Queousware, &a, J. THOMPSON. FlAKES this opportunity of returning JL thanks to his numerous customers for tha patron ago which haa heretofore been extended lo him. He ia a.- now receiving a large aud well selected slock JJCo'0s m his line, in every reapect adapted Jnaasusato the wants of this community.. His slock shall, by frequent addiliona, be kept full sjsJtSw and complete, and will be disposed of atssVCki!Lfc!2 such rales as will uieel lha approbation ol' all who favor him with a call. His siock consists in part, of Groceries of every va riety. Hardware, Uueeneware, Glassware, and a general assortment of Prosisioas, a-.c. Ac. Ha is oranared lo accommodate tha nohlle with as. eryihing usually kept iu Grocery Stores. Call and gel your supplies, al the "old corner" ol Maiu aud Marietta Streets. St. Clairsville, April u, lew. PERSONS WISIIINO Tt) RAS j any articles nsnnlly kept at liriig ptorrs win Tr ANAWA SALT, nlwnya on hnnil find IV for sale at the Ihwcat price at I. ilil'HON'r). Ct rJl.alrsvllle, JnneSI. CiHAll AND HERRING, direct from O ll.Htlninrs.Justrecslvcdaiid lor sale t PI. tlalrsville, Junes. J JF.rSON . DD. T. COWEN, Attorney anb e CooRsRi.oa T T.aw, Pni.iriToa ia t'liiacaar ano Notarv Public. PI. Clairsvllle, O. JTTOFFICB opisjslle the American Hons and over C.Troll'astore. apr. 8, 'S3. if. AND FOR SALE. The subscriber of- Acitl'.P of land, lying in section No. 1, Oreen towuehin, Hocking counlv, Ohio. There Is on tho premises twq CABIN IIOUP'fA Abniit four acres are eleared at cacll cabin. The land Is well timbered, a large quantity of il Imlng poplar. There Is plejitv of BTOln.COAL and IRON OIIE on Ihe lend. Baiil .land lies 9 nille.s front LOGAN, one mile from the IRON FtlRNACK, and one half mile from an EXCF.LLCNT PAW MILL. For. terms enquire o I Jnskrn Wot-r, living H miles from lha land, or the subscriber, living near CADIZ, Harrison county, Ohio. BAMUEL MINES. Csdit JnneSt.lP'il. . PETER TALLMAN, Atorney and CnuKsti.na at Law and 8oumToR?fN Chanccrt, Si. Clgjrsvllle.Ohio. , . iTpoflice In ihe room formerly occupied hy the Bel mont Bank, eng. S3, '51. DR. J. ALEXANDER haa removed tt the Seminary property St. Clairsvllle, adjoinitlr? the residence of Judge Cowcn. Ills omce has also hee removed to tha same Anllding. pr, 13, 'ou. TV1 L. HATCHER, AttorneiT at Lav' 1 VI ,,Bt. Clairsvllle Ohio, yL f unice Jilooxs cast oitnc uouri nuuse. PepleinliCr 10, J8S3. Om. pd. M J. W. GLOVER, Attorke aF Law aud Notabt Prai.ic. St. Clairsville, Ohio.' nfOFFlCE upstairs over Collins' Drug Store. Particular attention naid lo Ihe settlement of eslatns. Powera-of-Attorney and other conveyancing executed promptly. Acknowledgements of lleeds, rowers of Attorney ann mortgages mien. , . Also, Agent for the Ohio Life Insuranca Coripany. Life Policies issued on the usual terms. June 83, 1854.tr. MAGISTRATE'S BLANKS, SUMMONS, SUbPOENAS, VANDIS.AND EXECUTIONS, Caiefully prepared and neatly printed, for sola at the Chronicle ollice. T. SWEENEY & SON, HAVE just recieved from the mnnufnetti-' rers an invoice of the finest TABLE CUTLERY ever hioucht to this city. In addition to their large and varied assortment, they have a Tew sells of from $" to .13 pieces, encosed in fine mahogany cases, to which Ihe at tention of (ad ics is particularly invited. sepi lrHITE LEAD, OIL, &c. Keira Cincinnati Pure White Lead. 3 Illils Linseed Oil. SO gal. Parlor Whitn. lust received and for sale at lowestcash prices March Si, '53. Jambs W. Coliins lRINT & NAGLE, L Merchant Tailors, 1. Sr. Pniasnirs. . Have on hand a full assortment of Cloths, CaSBimi-res and Vestings, which they will make to order in ih. ..... est style end on the most reasonahle terms: lan-2it FURNISHING GOODS. A complete assortment, embracing every article necessary to the completion 0f a gentleman's wardrohe, at " FKINT at NAGLE'S. Englisk & American Table Cutlery. JUST ree'd direet from the manufacturers, an exten sive assortment nl TABI.fi iilli'i.pnv . styles and qualities, which for cheapness cannot be equalled in tho city. 1'. 8WEJJNEY & SON. '.neeilugiJUlieiM, IWJ. (JA BRIj, WINTER BTHAINED MACHINED OIL, 6VJ Warranted to stand the Cold weather, without Chilling, at the Low price of 00 cts. per Gallon, for 'eat J.W.COLLIN'S Drug Store. Nov. Stth, 1854. " SHAWLS and CLOAKS. 'SOn SHAWLS, every grade and Btyle, "1 long nd square, Broche,"Thlbet, Cloth Cashmere, Bilk anil Blankets, comprisingthe best stock ever oilereil in Wheeling. Also, a full variety of CI.OAK8, Talmas, Mantillas, Yokes and Caps, made of velvet, silk, cloth, satin and merino. Also, Cloaking Cloths a.id Iriiiiiiiingi to match, very cheap, at Bi'ONE at TIIUMAB-, Nov. 30. 174, Main at. Wheeling. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, CRA vats, Shirts, Collars, Neck Ties, Pocket Handker . chiefs. Scarfs, Comforts, Kid and Buckskin Gloves, Sus penders, oie. aco. A complete assortment at FillNToc NAGLB'S. Sept. 29. FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRUGS Dental, Surgical $ Veterinary Instruments GOLD AND SILVER FOIL and all kinds of Fino Perfumeries and Extracts, a splendid atock of Cutlery, Port-Mohaies, Fihe Soaf, &c, Just ree'd at COLLIN'S DRUG STORE. St. Clairavillo, Nov. 10, 1834. f jnHE undersigned haa, at his stand, oppo- site IheJAsisaiiAii lloiss, a complete atock of Fresh Drugs and medicines, to which he invites the attention ef the public, he ia comment inai lie can give soilBiactlon Doin in price and quality he ia determined not to dk vnoshsoi.d by any Drug Store in thia section ofthe country. Patent Mrdicinbs, alwaya warranted genuine, aa aI are receiv ed direet from the legal manufactures. A largeatock of all kinds of Broshis always on hand. Paints & Oils of every description, afwaya on hand, anil lioaitivelv sold for cash at WllEKI.INfi C. A nil l ninp.it If you don't believe this come and eianilne for your selvos. - A general assortment of HARDWARE always Jf hand. The following are a few ofthe leading artirlea Cross ciit and hand saws,' Door Locks and Handles, Sieel and Iron Squares, Bed Castors, Chisels, Carpeu. lers rules, ate. Mann's celebrated Axe i he only one worth buy iug. sold al the low price of !, IS. II. .ALEXANDER. March IS, IMS. COME ALL AND SEE! NEW GROCERY!! WILLIAM DARRAH HAS REMO VED his Grocery Store, to the room one door east of C. Hubbard, and nearly opposite Harris' Tin shop, where he haa a large supply ofGUOCEUIES of ev ery variety, audi aa Sugar, Molastes, Teas,f23 Coffee, Spices, Tobacco, Segara, Soaps, Fish of 113 J every kind, Uuoensware, Earthenware, Wood jkaa2 enware. Lime, Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Forks ol every kind Bopes, Cotton yarn, Candle wick, Dyestun", Mad der, Alum, Indigo, Rice, Nails, ate. Aud every thing generally kept la Grocery Stores. All of which will lie disposed of at the very lowest rates. And also preparea to take in Country produce at cash P"s. ap. 1. 1853. WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER ' ALSO, . DEALER IN Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Notions, &o BARNES VILLE, OHIO. ITT Watches and Clocks repaired to order, and war ranled.jrn bept. ta, iy-pa TO THE PUBLIC, J. JEPSON WOULD respectfully announce tohia old friends and the public generally, that be baa returned lo St. Clsirsville and opened eg -f -r- Grocery in the room formerly occa- m.- M K5ZA pied by Binjamin Thomas, where heJaCafeaK f I Intends keeping about Ihe same kind of s stock ' lasi sin us as he formerly kept iu this place, eeaaiatiai of Groceries, Hardware, Queenawara, cTtos- And where he hopes by strict .attention to bualnesa to1 merit a share of public patronage. JOHN JEPSON. P. ft. NAILB ofthe best quality for sale by lha keg at Wheeling prices, with addition of freight. Bl. Clairsville, apr. HI. 1854 PAINT, SHOE, HAIR, TOOTH Alto White Wash Brashes, told at apr. Si.) U. ALESANfoWI'S.