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THE BELMONT CHRONICLE
THE BELMONT CHRONICLE LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. n vvw mil 1 I muit on hurliiulito.il k..i. f "j 11, mm ii Hook., cr.ts Ilnll,lll 1 imiphlrtd, Circt.lnr., Ti.kM,, loMrr, (:hrl, I..,, I rugrnmitirx, llill.,nu, lllnnki, I.AWVKII'S DIULIVS, Ac, Ac. In short nil kiuils of FAHCY JOB PEI1ITIHG Jlorif. in a ityla td Rive .iiiruciion to tl.n most Inslitlious, at tlio UtLxu.vr Ciiromcix Ulrica. All Orders promptly atlnnnVil to. CT-'l rim-Kjiit ndvnrtisaiicnta and job-work must bu puid (or in udvuncd. 1 A'l cnnininnirnli(insaii(l ndvcrllsrtnpnm mti'l lie liumlid 111 bciuro in o'clock on Wudiitedny. or bo Announcement. Mn. Editor: tv rv -v r.,-.ttTi'lcn8 ,nnnol"eo tliB nnmo of I). V, 1 . IAJVI' ns on Indpicndaiit candidate lor l'rostcutlng Attorney, and obliuo . , , . . MKN OF At.L riKTIEfl. August ICth, 1854. te. Andrew Patterson, lung a citiycn of this County, und well known as a mnn of unflincliing Integrity in business, died recently at the residence I 01 nison,v,api.jonn lattetson.ln Mwiovri, at a advanced age. OrlloRSK thieves ahout. Sometime on Saturday night or Sunday morning last, aomo per- j son or persons stolo a liorsa belonging to Samuel Carlisle, from tho etab'o of Wm. Askew, on Marietta Street. Some of tlio neighbors who were nwnke at the lima think they heurd the sound as of n horse beinjr rnpidly ridden In a southern direc tion. The horso was about 15 hands high, with heavy miuicand tail, and a' White star In his fore head. IIo was a very heavy made horse, rather rough, tender in the hire feet, with a drooped rump, and unnatural crooked hind legs. Mr. Carlisie will pay a liberal reward for the apprehension of the thicl and recovery of the horse. OtNew Subscribers. We have ijrain to acknowledge the receipt of n club of eiglttetn new subscribers from T. W. Fawcctt, of Belmont. This inttkes twenty nine, ke has sent us, within a short '.imo. If a friend at every P. O, In the O. Would dons we'll as this one, we could make the Campaign go. R. C. Mti.es, Fq., of Pomerton is kindly re membered for some new subscribers; and those per sons who have volunliiirly sent in their own names to bo placed on our list have our thinks We havo added nbou t forty new names to our list in tlio lust week. Hut, send them on, we huve abundant room Tor more. IKrThe Communication of "'67" came too late lor insertion this week. It will appear in our next. IKrAmid the genera! dearth of news, we can rufer the general reader to the advertisement in a notlier column headed '"A Call to tJie Afflicted." Read it, and let its truths sink deep into your hearts- The Committee on Summer Fruit Acknowledge the receipt of the following articles: J'ioiii Mrs. R. II. Miller, some twigs of ever bearing Raspberry conlaining berries entirely ripe, some just forming, and others nearly ripe. A great curiosity. From John Orr, aomo line specimens of the Close Plum From James Thompson, some Cell ;rcors, Green Gaga &. Canada Plums. OCrThosoin want of self-senling fruit cans,eon be supplied by culling at Munin St Co. See adver. tlscineill. . Liquor Riot. We heard' a report last week that the ladies of Washington, Guern sey Co., had demolished the property and ef ects of the doggery keepers in that village. We have no particulars, but as it came direct we have no doubt it is true. We hope it is. Such women are heroes, and could take Se vastopol if they had a chance. Gold. The Empire City at "her list trip In from California, brought $900,000 worth of gold dust on freight. OirOur fellow-citizen, Ex-Gcvernor Wil son Shannon lias received the appointment of Governor of Kansas, in place f Hun. Jno. L. Dawson, declined. We have not learned whether he will accept the appohtmcnt or not, but presume he will. 03""The Cadiz&'rtZiie7 quo'.esthe following at us: "A whip for the horse, a bridle for the ass, and a rod for the fool's back." Better keep the rod und the bridle, Charley, for the editor of the Sentinel. OfWhat ponderous argument, convincing logic, and smooth flowing rhetoric in such terms as "contemptible little puppy" "flun key" ' 'liar" "ignoramus," &.c, which we observe in that chastn und exemplary publi cation, the Cldiz Sentinel. A party which makes use of such convincing arguments, must have great confidence in the upright ness of their cause. A fisliwouian in the Billingsgate market can use as opprobrious epithets as these, and therefore bo as good a politician. IlowCoNrisTH.vT Tho very flume men, who rtro ; making to mueh n.'ise in ihis eountv aim, a the i lic-' linn ill ciulm 111 1'. Chua. aro the eum 1 men whu in IHot!. (throe year nco) were in favor ol tho rHtjl T1VE HLjAVN BILL!! Sustainm Mii.larii Kill MDHt wuu Al'HU'VtD it. iW toted Jvr Oi n. Smlt who twiurstti it! liow hypocritical. jio. I'aper. A mnjority of the very same men who aro upholding the Nebraska-Kanhas Bill, in 1854 were as bitterly opposed to it, and the same party who are now so bitter again: Salmon P. Chute, in 1849 elected him to the U. S. Senate. How hypocritical! The McConnelsville (O ) Enquirer, aDem ocratts paper thus apeak ot Mr. Chaso, the Rcpublecan caudidate for Governor of that Stale: .Against Mr. Chase as man no party in Ohi ocun lia.ve any objection. We believe him to be man of lingular purity of life, of the meat upright and irreproachable charac ter as a citizen, possessed capacity and en dowed with talents not only of a high order, but calculated to fit him for any official sta tion the people may ee St to bestow upon IlilUr REPUBLICAN MEETING. Tim Rppnliliran J'nrly of llulnmnt met ol tho Court llousn Sjturrlrty Jll'i innl., and on motion IV. Cupr, of Coltrain wm called to Urn Chair, and Ji. R. Cnwen, appointod Sic. Tho otijpcl of tho iiicniing was stated to bo the propriety of iiiukinir Comity ticknl for tho county election. Miller Pennington. uiiltoii lor anoption tlio following Rpaolution. Resolved, 'I hutthesuccPMof thplRopiibl ciin Pfirfu In fn.: I U- - 1 .t . ... j wimii ,n u)u coming dilution will bo hailed with Jov by tho friend of Liberty aiiugoou government everywhere: that its II deftnt would atrcntiUicn the arm of the alnvo propaganda and that in view of the great is. auo at utiiko and tho election of a Somttor of Hie United States commilted to our cause. that we deem it inexpedient to miike any county Nominations of tho Republican Party this fall that the cnu.se ol Freedom will be best subserved thereby. The mectino was addressed bv B. S. Cowen. Miller Pennington, C. 0. Carroll, lis. Dren nen and Joel Wood, Durinjr the pendency of this Resolution, a Committee conaintini? !of James Drcnnon, D. S. Cowcn and Miller Pennington was on motion appointed by the Chair to report Resolutions to tho meeting expressive of the sentiments of tho Rcpnb" !icnn Party. Miller Pennington on behalf of tho committee reported the following: Jl'-solvrd, I lint the question of human Li' berty is paramount to ell other political quo lions tha American slavery la lnnimn..tihl with the spirit q,nd progress of Free Ins'ilu- tiuns. A curse to mankind and therefore "9 members ol thcOreit Republican Party of Ohio, we declare our fixed und unalterable purpose to be 1. To prevent the admission of any more slave states or tlte extension of sluve repre sentation in Congress, 2. The application of the Ordinance of '87 to all territories now belonging to or here after acq lired by the General Government, 3. To Denationalise shivery and confine the Institution and its influence to the stole where it exists, and w here we huve no Con stitutional ritfht to interfere. 4. To preserve the Union of the slates and maintain the Constitution inviolate -irniut-ing the example of Washington and admin istering tho Government upon the policy and nfterthe muuner of tho Founders of ihe Ite public, On questions of state policy we are in fav or ol the present credit system, a proper re trenchment in all public expenditure a thoroughly economical administration of the ' state Government a just and eqttul basis of! taxation opposition to tho present tax Law ' as oppressive Bttd unequal. 1 Resolved. Thut vp endorse the NOMINEES and the platform of the Republican Party ' of 13lh uf July, and will use nil honorable, means to secure their triumph. On motion these resolution together with that offered by Miller Pennington in relation to nominations, were unanimously adopted. The cheir appointed the following Central Committee of the Republican Party for the ensuing year. Millpr Pennington, Price Corn well. Joel ... itr jrr, Wood, tJr. Uopo ond 13. R. IOwen. Tilt' I Committee were emnoweretl to corr..sn,,r.o' I i witn tne tommittne ol Harrison County in relation to the nomination of a State Senatcr. D. D. T. Cowen and Samuel Lewis were appointed a Committee of arrangements for the meeting of the 17th inst. On motion tho meeting adjourned. 1 ' , I ; ! . C. COPE, Pres. B. R. COWEN, Sec. Another Awful Catstrophe—A Number Another Awful Catstrophe—A Number of Lives Lost--Steamboat Collision. One of the most terrible accidents which, from time to time occur upon our Western rivers, happened on Monday night, on the Ohio river, opposite Sugir creek, which is five miles above Warsaw, Kentucky. It was the collision ef the Kentucky Hume, Captain Reed, on her way from Pittsburgh to Louis ville, with the steamer Telegraph No. 3 coining from Louisville to this city. Doth steamers were under headway, and how the accident occurred is not very clear, as both boats sounded their whistles several times before they came together. When they met the bow of the Telegraph Btruck neat the forward hatch of the Kentucky Home, at once crushing in her timbers, which caused her to take in water rapidly and sink in a few minutes in deep water. There were a number of passengers, men, women and children, on the Kentucky homo at the time, but the officers and passengers of the Tele graph, by great exertions, rescued all except four beck hands on the boat, who are missing and ara believed to have been drowned. - Most of th passengers were brought up to thn city by tha Telegraph, the officers &. pussengers of which, did all in their potver hy donations of money and clothing to re lievo the unfo'tunate passengers on the Kentucky Home, most of whom loot all their baggage. The Kentucky homo belonged to Captains Reed and Miller of Pittsburgh, i.nd was a new stern wheel boat, worth about $18,000, on which there is said to be $12,000 insur- ance.in Pittsburgh offices. Cin. Columbian. COMMERCIAL RECORD. BALTIMORE MARKET. AtiGUST H. Flour, sales of Howard St. at 8,75, and City Mills ut 8,75. Wheat active, white 100h1U5; ted 180 to 185. Corn, sales of while yOu'JS, yellow 93u94. ' NEW YORK MARKET. August 13. Money unchtinged. Stocks firm- Gslena iind Chicano Railroad, 1V2; Cleveland and Toledo 29J; Erie 52$, Illinois Central, 97j, Michigan Central 101 j New Ycrk Central, 103, Hurlein, 28; Cumberland, 'JfiJ; ReidittgOG; Cuiiton U7; Del. & Hud son, 32 ;U. S. C's of '67, i.'0j i Mich. Southern 10a; P.jina. Coal Co. lUti Cleve. & Pitts. 76; Missouti 6' 95; Ohio G's of '70, Ul. Cotton, limited business ut previous rates, sales 1U00 hules. Flour unsettled, sale at previous rates, Statu $8.i831; Ohio $8,50; Extra $11.00 11,50. Wheat firm, upward tondoncj, sales ol Southern white at 220; red 190. Corn, firm, upward tendency. Pork firm, active demand at previous rates. Deef firm at previoui r.Ues Lard firm . Bacon none in market. Butter firm al 19. Cheeso eteutiy at 9J. Wln.ky firm at 44. Hemo better rule, 125 tons rough American at 165. Tobacco firm, aules 60 hhds al9al3. CINCINNATI MARKET. August 13. Flour ateady fair demand, 430 bbls at at 6,00a695. Nothing doing In grain. Wheat firm at 125. Nothing new in Provision!. Whisky unchanged, sales at 32 a32). Groceries quiet but firm. Sugar at 071 a7j. ' 1 SPECIAL NOTICE. It wovi.n in; rxivi niir, kiiw.t-f.if it Is strictly Imii;--iIi .1 Iinlipii.iion is llio parent nf a lnr;! pro portion ol tlm Intnl iiinmsis. dysentery, HiarrtiiM, cjinli rn 111..1I11M, hv.r tuinjilnini, and ninny oilier 'li-i-B-ei cniimimtetj in thn rily limM-i'tor's weekly rniliiiiin nl di nilm, nre Rinerntsil by lii'lip. .ti.iti iIiiiip. Think ol that dyspeptics! tlilrov ol it all who sollrr from ilisnnleroil etunisr-he, and il you am wining to lift gnnied liv nilvirc, inon.ieti upon murr irion, rinnrl at oni:n (ilon't ilnlny a tiny, 10 Hoofl-iiul's lii rman l!iii.-rs, prpporeil liy Dr. C. M. Jnrksim, which, nsan nlti ratlvn, and inviitnrnnt, manils alone ntiil unnpprnai hid. (inii rnl rirtit, I2U Arrh trmi W liuvu 11 i"d jtliPBR llilti rn; .and know tint lhy arn cxriillifiit lor tho diataaea ncclicd above. 1'hUn. City llrm. ftco nilvcttlBpmcnt. SPECIAL NOTICE. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A CALL TO THE The lullowing valualilo Mtillclncn for iale hy J. W. COLLINS, WHOLE SALE AND Itlill IItL;iilST, St. Ci.aihsvii.le Ohio. ou) dr. jacob townsends sar- SAPARILLA,an Invaluable remedy for all impurities of the I1I001I, Scrofula, I'.rv.liii-tm. Kruptlnns, Ringworm, Tctli-r, Ili-ail -aelip, l'iinili-a nil the Itir. Itliilr.lien, llitrs Vc. Ill shiirl tl is cntmiilitreil oiinoltlie li-Ht hlnod itiritkrs now In hip, ami Will ItppiVrl at the low price ul M) cents irr Imulc or U Imttlei tor i I. S. jW. Aeic's Petroleum or Rock Oil, A nsturnl Itemeily fur Piles, Rlimimatism, (iniit, "mirv leia, llinliutsu, flu rim St Hcalils, (lid fiiri-s anil t'lcersj anil is Ihiilmveil with powerR to relieve more limiiaii null'Tinn tli a it any ull.er ineilieino Ljloul, and may truly he called, "Tin? healthful bnlm from natures secret spring, 7'hc hluiim ol hra!lh. ami life, In man will hrinu; As Iriiin her ileiillis the mau'ic luplid Hows. ' 'l'ucaliu our lullerinus and asnuai:c our wocl, 9all Mr the low price or 8.5 cents per t.ottlc. Collin's Universal Lye Salve. This article is presented to the mihlic as on Kxternal ItPiimly, a- viiiiluiir theiain and tlanuer which iiioialiv atleutls in trinliitiiuii ol (.'utilities. Minerals aid live uathes. with an'itraucp ul its Itllicnry as a ciirulive nf the varitiiitlieapi Ail the K) 11, at ulft nr chrniii.r Intlama lion, whelher miliieed hy criiiiitiitlsorininornllicrwiKP, lleliihts ol thc.Uittc nerve, (Irantilatioii ul' the Lid?, ami wi'Akuens nt Visnin truui any catwe, and will be warranted lueurc or the money returned. Price cenla per l;tix. Dr. Johnson's J- Co's Great American Hair Tonic, For the preservation of Beuuty, Growth and Kestorat inn of the human hair; ami ill the wurdmif a Piict who lias proved lis Excellent and vai led qualities, it may now lie truly said: nelmld adoiililectiarnt wlioe potent power Add auewi-racc In lieailly's chuleesl dower II ills her rich curls a silken lustre win. Heals tlieirue llesli, and coots the binning skin. The loosened liar, touched by its 'taliti takes loot Ami irumihe scalp, new living mires sliuut. While Iriiin Eruptions, it extracts their sting And wall swevl ease, replaces suileiiug. Calt and get a bottle for tents. Dr. Z. U'rci's Liniment or Collin's Ex ternal Remedy. This Liniment was used wita the Krca'.fst mrcess duriiiK upwards 01 20 ycats practice be tln-lale llr Wick's ol lli-liuoul Co. Ohio, (1,11 wierly ol Lulmid) after Ins death the secret he enmu the property ol the present Proprietor; and rum the number 111 letters nl thanks tuuud auioiii Hie ftute lloctnr's papeis. tespectiti!! its woiinderlul virtues, many lroin the noliility and one Iruni his lute insji-.ty H ilhuMi me tour h ot Kngiaiid s.ieaktlei in tho highest leruiv i'i 11 ma t ,,, aiuniiiv nt i,:iii:v 1111; I alii aii'l l.t-aii aclie, imliiceiltlic iirrsnt iroirielnr tiimciiininetnl it to Ins trit-nils lor ltlieniiiatis.il, and in one wses many of theiii were entitely cured, and all crmtly relieved from pain, and never ha it tailed in anv cane, where it has hceii uaed aa diiectt d, and the CertiHcatea winch have I hetii vent speaknitf of im woiiderliii virlum, in the lollo'ving l)ice-,ef1 liave lax eiceedud the proprielor'a iinnft Hnumiinc i'.xpcctationa. For Chronic UhcMiiuaiiim, Cramp Head ache, Tooth. ache, t?velhnai, Uniimis, Croup, Uuinsey, 8ore Throat nuHiuiicso, t i-ipitu i ct, i.ciivuo im-ci:uiis, pains in '"i"11! ""' 11 s'"tl n c mieriiir tomy other Nuttilmer, 1- looted reel, ervous AlH-ct'Oim, paitin I.V'V"!lc,,VL,.,'lx',"r:i1 ''''." """""" ni b. ro- tUIIIVU For bale lly I. T. Cranlell, Jacntislmra O. Win. lloue, M oiristowu O. J. 11. Mitchell, ' " II. I-'. Oilcl I, llarnesrillc O. 12. Hollinttsworth, l-'lusingOt ' Linn & Mevvurt Winchester O. Joseph Hall, west ol Harnesvillo O ltimeiiii.-n ornio &. Vu., New Ulrilllngliain O .1. Ii. Welstcr, .Millwonil O. M. llciuterslmt & Co., Williamsborg O. Fowler & Olilitiger, Malaga u. J.. dr. B. M. KtOLkilulo, Antrim O. E. Oralt, Henecaville O. John Al' Hayer ' O. Hotiins & KlL'Mion llnrtlurd O. llr, S. Mttiuiy " Nannie ll.aruu Mercantile association. Bhonlil any Merchant wisn an agency, or to purchase any ol the al.ove Meilicines they will plens si-nil their onlersto J.-tS. tV. Ctll.l.l NS, Ht I'lairsville Ohio, who will (live tliein iimtieiliate attention, lie also keeps a larue assortiocnt of all the popular Patent Medicines; Wholesale o Hetuil. atig, 10, '53, llin. EXECUTORS' NOTICE.-Notico is hrretiy given ttmt at thn Probate Court for Belinoi.t Uoiniiy, the uii(ltT.j:iutl was appointed and qualilitd att Kxeciitor of tlio edtnteof Joseph 1'nrktir, tlec'U. late of Heliuont County. AH iliosc imicliU'd to paid estate, are requested to make immediate payment; and tliotie having claims against caid estate, are mtulicd to prccnt theiu for seltl;iiiciit within one year from this date. OLIVER V. PARKER. aug IGth, 3t. pd. Executor. STATE OF OHIO, COtlXTV OF B ELMO N'T S3. Petition fr Partition. Hiram Cecill, demandant. Ilrnry Cfeeill Thirsa GrooHlinlil, & Roue GrecnllelA, her hiiHl'aitd Maliala Cordon & David Cordon her liufdiaml rv nt Ct'Cill St Jonathan RaUrr (ftdtiltt) and John E. Cecil), Hamuul G. Cecill & Eutleld R. llaker (in(aiiU) delendautfl. 'i he al ove namod flefendautB will take notice that on the Mth day of Wiiihim Ian A. D. Irti.'i, the above named demandant tiled a petition in the Canunon Picas Coiirt of naid County cf Rehiiout, where the same' In now pending, ilcinanilina partition ol tlie luliowiiia premises, situate in raid cuonty rii: the B. E. llr. of. f eclion SiO, ToiVtislnp 10. Hoi.ce IS. '1 he rleinanilant ! ihat itartilion he niaile of said premises as follows. To the demandant, lleliry I'acill. Tlnrsa (irecnlienl. stnliala liorilnn y irvm icci I eeae'ii one eleventh, lo' bnlielil R. ll.kernnnHevenlhlsul.lect to the estate in i curtesy of Ills follier Jnliathan llaker) To John E. Ceeill at Samuel G. Cecill eai.h one fourteenth part. j?t tlie next term of said cniirt an application will lie made hy the dcmanduiit lOr an older Hint partiti nn may be made c, c. of said premises. !. t). 'J . COW P.N, aug. Iti, 1HM. tivr Atl'y lor petitioner. "ATCNT PENDING . Go. Motr, V. II. UkIIo. C. l. ShoeuiSkw CIXflNXtTI, O. For presertlnn Fruits, Vcitetiil.les, o. Th only Can ever nia.le requiring NO WAX, SOLDER, OR CEMENTI Acknovletlged by all who see llioui, the KSATKST, SAIE.IT, A HOST CONVENIENT CN 1 UBt They are ea-lly SUM.KK ami OI'UNKI), anil nsiw fail to I'rumt t'suiis, VtunTABual, to., in a perfectly frth ttitte. Thy can be used yeiir nftsr yenr. Dlrei'tions for putting up all kiwis of Fruits, Vegetables, ke., will ai'rnmpany the Cuns. livery 'an Warranted. 4y9Tlnneis and i.ihurs su-)liMi with onr iu. pro v ixl Kelt Seullug lops lu any quiiuiuy. !l I'llOMl'SON A IXKU; ON, For sale l.y A.C. MARTIN ott.'o., Bt. Clairsville Oliifl. PREMEDITATED MURDER! 1000 Lives lost in one nightl LYON'S celebrated rat pills for the cer tain destruction or HATS AND MICE. These pills are a curtain merminstirr of tile above lamed vermin, as they have len thyioujlily tested and uevei iii.wu ivi.i.i . - m autl, 'ii A. C. MARTIN dr. Co. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE No ties ii hereby elven that at the Probate Court for Behnoill County, the undersigned was appointed and iiimlilied as Ailminulratrix oi James uill used Isleol Belmont cnuntv All those Indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having ileiuia against aid estate are notified to preaent them for settlement within one year Irom this dau. . ouve cat, Auj. 0, lf55. 3w, Adfnlnistiairi. KA'L WHEELING , ,l ' i-OgC18 i ,r a lew o( Cail articles in this lino asks . , n r T J CroSI-CUl and Jlandsaws, Voor l,OCUS ami PETITION FOR divorck. ThlinM Miftlff Th ahftTA fisnttxt I't. will Uk tli rmrt of Common Pimi ut Ht-Unuui l.'nurtty fiiurj, Uy Uift iumwl pUtniiff, praymff for ft divore. Hi lh word tvid fifftirm fnlowmr. to m 1 lioifia Huilar.k To XUm honor !, tUm litdf of t. ( ttie Court of ( nm. riM, Kithin Drirlfcl lluttAr. ) fwr llifl County of Helmo..! anii rttu uf Ohm. Votif rliliiir. ThftnM P.uttf r( of lh T'onnty nt fit Imoitl ml.HiiU ofoino, iwrUy coinpmiinii, atat" nd ihow th ;onrt Ur, thai yam Tftitioncr m rcniitfnt nl the Connty of Belmont. ( ml, und h ha It-Min ion fittt rt(i1ciit nf tha Htaut of Ohio, for mori than twenty year put IVfnrr ttn Itdnf of this hi tMilinn. That your, rtitMMifr t Uh Iiul.ani1 of Ifrtrliet Itiiiter: that your fetltiormr wu if-yaMy ynni tori-titnr in inarriaga wdfi theaiil HrnlKt 00 th -day of t nU. a. D, )H ;triatlh u d BrnlM Hutler, ihonly after litr marrja? wtUi your brtdionrrr, rnniinencfiil m .or of (Jitpatlon anil lontiiturrl thritiii, wlioty uniittinff lir for thediac-harse ot ttielntiTii hicli the inarita roiitrMt linpotnl uiMn her: itnd your IVtitmner alcyeN anl averatlie fai t to h, that trie aaid ltt'gl hat hff-n rtiilty m' hai'itual tfuiikneM for mora tliftii thne yrara lat In? lore the ftiiit; of thta etiiion; and that, ano. the aidtUriiliret ha tn ffulity, Uiwanla your ifiKiontr, 01 uriwa iipsircwii nuiy 111 una 10 wu; that the aaid Hridg;t would lrerom intoxitmed and wholy ! inrapahle ol dtachartfint the dtmea f a wife fnvarrla , yonr I'ctiiioni-r, m inanift and oj-i-n violation and ti j regard ol the marital ritht of ytnir I'etitioner, and the aanl Hr lit eel ha trt your I'etitiouer and tone to part imknrmr to yoiii Petitioner. Vonr l'titiOner,ttircf.re I praye, that tlte aaid Hndset Butler, It made a party rie- ( frndarit tottiia tititioti.that ahe may answer, ail and I einiruiar,the alliffMtione aforeaaid; and that. on the final hearniff thereof, for the tauci aforesaid, that your ! honor would srant adivorce.to larir Petitioner, from the mid Bridget, diseolvius theoltTifatioii of their raid marital eontrart. now siitisistii.s betw-em them: . rf 1 that liulh parlies lie freed .frinii the nMiKamins thereof, i mi ir siicii muRr.noiurwierr.nei a. 10 your lienor' rnay seeiii riitht and proper in 11,0 premise, and ) our reliluiucr will ever pray &c. and the said ilelt. will also take notice, thatat the nexttenn of said (;ourt, adecree will he asked for 111 accordance with the prayer of said petition. TIIQft. BI TI.Kfl.hy aug U,0w PETER TA I.I.MAN his All'. TO QONTIIACTORS. EALED PROPOSALS will bo received t Jry . the iinderaiiriieit. until rjei.trml er ad, l".i. f.ir fiirinshiif ' sot layhif ateut scvei hun dred and ninety (TOO) square feel ol stone for cnisaincs on Main and Marietta Hlreetsiu the town nf Ht. Clairs vile. Also for fumisliins and laying pavement on the sidewalks In said town. Specilicatio is ran he had of 1 11 AH li. III'MIIAKM. aiiff-mii,IM3. 3t 0. It. C'UWKN". V r.' r r 't I ' 'f r' r f r r rj MIAT, notwithstanding the polite efTorts I . . .. .. . ,, " . .' , J- "f A- Msrtin ' o. to deprive tne of my agencies, I will sen trie imiuwin PATENT MEDICINES. , -.a . .u -i.j 1 at prices from 5 to 03 edit Inner than retailed in arty tore in the county All of the followitig warranted i pemniie Tt To, -nna T. vnnef nrnnf k. Alfnr-' ativc sold at 75 cents per Bottle, Irntnninti nriro Kl .1111 Sand's, Uull's, IIowc's & Eoreman's SarRapjirilla's, Dr. Guy suite's Yellow Dock and oarsa Urant's Balsam & purifying Extract. Ilehnbold s Genuine Preparations. Carter's Spanish Mixture. Tf.frol.u Crimnntllnl SvVlin flf T.lvPV V OnipOUUll OlUpUl iiM.l wort and lar. Trf,ntmilvG a linnl iliQpnYPrV JVt-nn"U J o lcultai U1.U t-ij Iloofland's German Bitters Lyon's Katliarion. Wrights " Ayers Cherry Pectoral. Sway ncs Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry. Wistavs Ralsam of Wild Cherry. Marchisi'u Uterine Oatholieon. Rowlands Tonic fixture and Syrup of Blackberry Port. PILLS. Jayncs, Wrights, Sellers, McLanes, riant, and Poor Tovnscud3 Bran drcths, Lees, Ayres &c. VERMIFUGE'S. McLanes, Sellars, Jaynes, Bardott's Worm Sugar Drops, Froys, and Ilobcnsackt LINIMENTS. Farrells Arabian Liniments, Mcriah Mustang, Cochran's, Van-Vlecks, Tobiases Venetian, Chinese & Nerve & Bone Liniments, Dr. Strobles Tile Liniment a certain cure for Piles, Price 75 cents per Box. OINTMENTS. McAllisters, Morehcad's Magnetic, Trask's Magnetic, and Croton Pile Ointment. tTAflnWAltE. .-,.! ..,,ri..in.i alwarson hanil. the follow Inc . ii.. At:n ,n nnil frnvt.rut fje Hull handles, Mill Oltl ana IslOSS-CUl, flltj, HUH Screws, lion and Sleet Squares, 1'ad ana Till IjocI.s, Augurs thoulder Braces and Bills, Wood 4' Iron Hasps, Bed Castors, Carpen ters Rules, Lull and Porters Shutter hinges, A good assortment of Table cutlery, Razors tj-c. Those wanting such articles will tlo well to ex amine my block. Wm. Mann's Axe heavy ) light, the best axt in useprice $1,15. Also a fine lot of CAP and LETTER paper. Ink- stands, "utl pens and holders, a Hood article ot paper fur la els per iin,e as bihmi as cu.iniiuuii' it, it is maud and cheap as nooil, OII.fi & PjJIN'Ta of all kinds sold at WliecllnB prices for cash. 11. ALKAAINUfcll. Am. 0, 1A35, 3 ill. J A l t. Vi UHIU lill.Jj.WUls i t-vu h kJ'I'V, SS. Petition for Partition. ilas Blicppard and Catharine E. Hheppnrd, demandants VB. Christopher B. Beeks (aHiill,) l.eamler D. 3ecks. Mary V lli'i.-ks, sun llnrriev a. ot-cus, i.uiuur.,1 nu Ileeks (Itinatlc) deteudanta. The al.ove named defendants will loke notice mat on the Ud .ay ol 'August le55 the above named deman dants hied a petition in the run. rieas .iiih. i . ii-j ...,....-. i.a .-ma niiiv iienitiiiir. t.uuuiyni iioiiiiuii., . 7'i deuiaiidiut paiution of the lollowing prcmo-es s'liinio in ..! CI, il il tv. vis.: The Is. K.uuar.ui ret. Xli. J.u.u. e.iulhu Sleiibeuville land district, also 40 aeroe mora or less of tlio bast t ot the l ortn pan oi ine " of the same sectinn, being the lands of which 1 homes Ileeks Iale ol said county died seiieil, and more par ticularly deecribed in said petition. Tho demandants ak thai partition be moil, ol said premises a. i...iw.. To lite sain tfiias tuepparu umr muni., . ........ Plieppsrd one nil. th. To Crislnpher B Ui eks, l.caiulsr I). Heeks, Mary V. Beeks & Harriet A. Bei ks, fcsch nne nil. in, And to Nancy Beeks dower In the wiiaie. Al the m XI lerm ot said Court sn applleatnoi w made hv the demandanufnreii order Ihat paitition may be made oi c. nf said pn misir. , . o. u. i, tuwtn, mn j ior peiuiuiiBi aag- Sw RAIL ROAD BTOCK TOR SALE. MHE underaigned Receiver, appointed by .1 the Court of Common Please of Belmont Count, win in purktisnce oi tne orner oi saio court otter ai PI) UL1G SALt: at the Court Hosise, In tt. Claim viile on Ml DAY the'jUlof August, 15. Twenty-four Bharea ofthe Capital Block of the Central Ohio nail Bead Co. Terms casn. HIRAM PENNINGTON Kecetvcr. aug . V, 1855. 8w. ATORM SUGAR DROPS.BardotteV T v Worm &"uar Drops, the best Vermifuge for de oiroying ana axpefing worms now in use, for sale by A C. MARTIN e CO 4pri1 I9,ie I 1 t , ' ' ' . . 1 j , 1 EDUCATE! EDUCATE!! 'IV) those who ari desirous of giving their I. children a sood tdutatina, Mrs. RADCMFF would say, that on thi m nf atst'terni er , she wil commenca aiilhsr sessien of her s'.h'tol at rfo. Sit Mnin Slrftt. WheelingTn. Rrsiitesthe na'ialbranrhes Uifht, she Is prepared In f Ivf iiiklruMi'ois in the t-aususfes, ,Mhi. Ktntrotdiry. I'lsns and I'eraiieclivedrawiiK. file has sernreit the a"iilanr.e nf an arrnniplished teacher. To thr,e, rm lur frnrna disianre and lnarHnnr with her sha will en durof insecure a ptiassnt home. II j'Terme morjerat: one hill in a!aii. UK. Jt. 7K St'JSL Offif e of the Central O. R. fload Co. .ANcav.M.a. '1. JalySf.ittt If.Vi. T T Htn',:ho1(.eta of the Central tih.n Rut U,.A Cciiniianv WHMntXe notn e that tli animal mfrm tr.t the eii-iti'innr Ihirtekn fiirr.tora for and company fur t'e enuth7 yr nr. a.nl for the traitftaMion ot eu-h othr limine. uiey I t.renti d to tlie meeiinj. will he Jieiil at the Ml.ce ot the ciirnr'sny in Zanesville on 'I II eseay the tth ray of Ausu.tiiiA. Wm. Wl Hecy. dissolution! 'I'lIK Partnership hprelofure ex'stinj beJ tween Jilin Koontr. and fien W R.m.er. trade. 1 inn urmer the r irm and slye ol KiMintx Jr. Karnsey, ; Was this day ilia suvedh mutual consent. 1 Jullv kiiri'T I'.KD. V. KAMrtcV. ff . B. The tusiness uf the fete fim w ill U tented by J, Koonw. who will wx.lt continue the Mercantile lM .1 , 1,. m .. ...i AMiiiertun O July 30 IH.11 K at R Am. 'j.i :it pd. I'KOF. WOOD'S HAIR RLSTOBIIIVE.- IIIIS prrpumtioTit nlihousrh W ihiin I two far Irforf thi pnhlic.owiii'i to the wond-r fnl clV'tU Uoti Uf. human hair ard .-a:p, ia4 an any oliiamr-d a i (;ltniy a d Mfc prrfcLtly unf.a:a:ie;td. That tit in jrqaralioii nil actually Restore Gray IIir to its Natural Color, prodncu lu.tiiriant prowth ntion the ha'!a of tfie l-a!!, prrrvntit tin: hair from lallmir otJ. and when tited a a wd.ft article jifodnte a cnimiiai fl'nv l tt.e iiainrnl MuiilK, acd thna rn'h'r the hair xoft. Blrnv ai't w avev, dOrStroy riiM:afrrxnf thr uralii ant expel ilamlruir, the f.nrliikal4 of dirtinpti ilied ceiillemen at.d ladien f'vnry part or the country. Who have trid it, atol thPtc fore Fnak wtfttl tt.-v ttimw. mopt folly attest. Thut lv a proper urn of the restorative the hair can l e r r etain itn natural color to alinot any a?e a' a proper imp of the restorative the hair can l e rntle to r etain itn natural color to aUnot any a?e a'tted to l'"""o"ty,iiy rei.,vin,n,e eame-nt the d,.ev the ca i- no iiistier hn'T luim sLmdins the i rent testmmnv of ihe press and the cert, lira:. iesu from concur- preen and the certidrats of tin. n.erouii rffp t1ah: indivo'ua'e of Ixith fi ips leave no douht f.'irtuara containing full particulars relatjre to the mm; of tfii r iwntive. a s n ell as tt.e recoiuni.-nda- tiow. of ri litoM and certificate leiore a uded to, can b ho, of a! t , Aug. H, '05. A. C. MARTIN & Co I W -A M f W A I, f X ,V I , orrossTr. rue totiiT notsf, ST. CLA1RSVILLE, 0IIKX P MHF.L LEWIS hai taken c!ia-pe nf thlit lara ami commodious hoiMe. and i in- pared to arcommu'laie the pnMic. He ha re fn r n thel the principal nomi, and in many other respccli added to the comtortfl and conveiuiuei of tlie h ue. '. IIIS TABIE will ut all times be oupplierl with the beitt the market a!!hnln. It in hi intention, ami Phall l-e hi cotiwtaMl care, tu rendt-r hin iiouee in every repcct, all that may liedcirt d ly hi guels 1I1.M STAHfsKS urc fure and will be in the care of attentive hands. j He will alio continue the I UVEHV HUSTNESS I Upon a finale of convenience and eronnmy that cannot fr.il to nir-'it tlie niiproltaiton of the i-nhlic. A It orders ; lor HoRSE, CIRRI AC H , at?., left at the Cilice of tlie National will he promptly ai tended to. THE OMMIM'S K'uvesthe National daily except Pnnday for Whf-clm?, at 7 o'clock, A. -M. St. Clairsville. Aug. 1, lf-jj. S. LEWIS. (w? TATE OF OHIO BELMONT County : iT ..t rtr i ui .r r...., ; Jacob Ben-cr. PaimiiT. vi. CIVIL ACTIOM. Charles R. Woods & Harriet) i Woods his wife, el al. Defendants. I Petition to foreclose anil sell .Mortazsscd premises. The ilfltMitlalilB C. K. Wumls and Harriet W mil Ins wit.1, n-sidiints ot the Htste or lon-a, will lake notice, that Ihe plsiulilf on the S.'.lli day of July A. ). IHjj, tiled los petition In the t'lerks ollice ol the t'oin Picas; court of said county, anniust tticin and others. Tlie object and prayer nf said pelitinu is to recover bids- j mi-tit attains! said Womls for the stun of (-Jl.O, with in- , terest Ihurenn since April 1st l.V.i, le credits if $49, i June lith lt-.'i4, and SIT iuino. of apnl oth ir-i-i, and tor j the sale of the tollowing described tiiiirtate.1 preiui- ses, situated in the futility of tleln.ot.t. and stale of. Uliio ard beintt part ot l.ol No. It'i in the recurded iplat I ot the town ol llriiltr-.pnrt. beins "I It. 3 inches in front ; on lto National lluail lor the N. Iiiiundary; liuiindcil on i the E. by the properly of one Jacob ethumakerj on the i VV. by the properly uf Kachel Xewland, and on the &. ) by the biiumlttry ot sstd plot, said peliliun futhcr prays ; that ihe aid Harriet Woods be bound ol any & all dow er riirhl in and to sold premises. ; Said defendants are therelnre required to answer or demur io said petition on or before Sept 55lh '55, .or the same will be taken as true anil cohfessrd against them, and Judgment reudered thereon accordingly ; ill. 1. W. CLOVER. ' jTtig. S l"5i. 6w Any for pliuitirt'. 1 CTATEOF OHIO BELMONT County, as' Cuurtoi Lommou 1'ieasoisaia cuiuy. James S. Biuith, plaiutitr ) vs. Civil action. Alfred A. Arick, defendant. ) Allachment. Ths derendsiit A Arick. an abBcoiiiliiit It non-rcsi- ilenl deblor is hereby nolilied, that on the irlli day of. July A 1) 1Ki5, the plaiulur lili-d his petition with the I'll rk ot tlie l-nnrtiilfi.nl. Pleaseof anl county. The! object and praver ol which is, in recover jndttinent a-1 pauist the said A A. Arick lor SIB" Willi interest llierecnslnreapril 1st l-..:t. an.l fnrSlTII interest there-! on suite april 1st '51. and f.ir 45 and interest thereon since October i-.'n.l '54, beins amount claimed as due. fiom said defendant upon three several contracts lor l.nardiiif entered lino between the said plaintiff and defendant, ami lor the contract .ri?e lor boarding the -said defendant and tits family attci deducting: ere.'.ils which is fully set f.irtll in sold petition. The deten Haul is elsn untitled that an order of atlsclnne.it has been issued in said actum atiaiust his goods di chatties, lands Ac Tenements. The said dt-ftliilant istherifore liutilied lo appear and answer, or demti; tnsatd petition onor Is-foreepteml er '.'I'tll 155 o said liilitn.it will be taken as true and conlesscd against him, judgment reudired Ihereun accordingly. m. j. . 1,1.11. u.i, , ' V.r ni.iiViilf iny. i ir p'siiimi aug. 3 '55. Ow. rtci'i! CTnnc cno en e Uhuu oiuiil i uii uru-ui THE sulscriler, desirous or retirini; frnui the Ilru business, will dispose ol his entire stuck nt Meinciucs, eve, nve.uer with the leave of hisroum, Xu.I, Wa&hiutt ton Hall. is one of Ihe neatest Alted up time F.stahish- meuls, ni'isl eligibly oraled, and dues the aritesl pre scription business, wo venture to say, than any other two Onuses in the rily. The medicines on hand art al prime, and cniisii-t of a very ceneritl assorlibcul, 'J'ui ius made kiioivuon app lit stinn in F. a. iiiti:Ti,iNC.r.p. a 1 Washiuittun MaI Aiic. 2nd, 3ui VVhieliug, Va. Dr. ROBERT'S Celebrated Which stand tinrivaled by any Medicine known for the cu re of Liver Complaints, and other Ui.eo.es ari eing from a MOHMD STATE OF THE MVEIt. A tilipe dose f lieves Pick Head-.rhe, Gidiness or tw. milling in the nesii. uimnei-soi rism, i'ipwi.i ness, Pains in the Chest or Rack, thickness of the Hloinach, l.uss ol Appetite, Nervous De bility, and Derangement of the Bon els. Tfisv are nrerrared from the prescription of a Thyselan who used them sucrasslully inJiis practice lor lu years: and their eil'cci has been snod in many tboiisamls of cases. They are thereii.re orfered with the greatest M..nl-,.inn-i mi.A U..O hn r.iuiiH tn atieii-jihen ihesiouiach and DiijuBiive Organs, act as a Mild Furgativo, and the best Family medicinij mown. Price S3 cts. per Box. A. C, MARTIN cVCo. Af ems for ft. Clairsville, O. July Sii WiS. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE i hereby given that at the Pro. I.ste Court for Bel moi t County, the undersigned was appointed; and qualified as Adul. of Ihe E.tate of psniuel usriuw iaie ui nu.s vuumy, isvnsu. ip nnimiri Jiinetm 1S.-.3. All those indebted to saidestate are requested to make immeriiaui pa.neui; end those having claims sua. tin said Estate, are notified to presoul tliew for satilemeat wild none year irom inis osie. ' I3.AC OOL'DNA, Administrator, July IB l5S.-.l, 1 i ! i M10BATE COUltT. Slatrnf Ohio, Belmont County 83. TOTff;Eifi here) pivrn that the follnw ' Itif nArii Keftor, Admlniatraiorsand Oinr dans bare it(i their account and uaclieri in my Of fice Wr ftt'ement to wtt: larel'a Meianrer OnardiauVif Wm P. NpiawftntT Thna. ( iiMsfrtson, Ki. of J -'' ph CutMitsMi deed. Tlioa. Thonifxaon, 'i of John 1 iionipann l-cM. J i. ph CtMwHI, flnardian of JlMau rttiiliH.ari, Joba Vailashftr, Adm'r. or 8o!ert (aljat'ier dot'd. Boherl Mnjor. Adrr.'r Of Thomas Major rirVrf. i'lhn P. Locaa. Adm'r of Haimkh f,tieasd'd Wm. Wilson, f nardian of Johmoti aV Aa W"MiI!au. Tha first four at ova rian.ed aeeoniits, will he lor hear-nr a-d ttle-n-nloti theUOtli, an4 the four lat on tha iflit day of August Meat. DAVID TMRRfK. Jt!y itftl. fr.l.V Probate Jmlre. Sheriff's Sales. ; ' j SHERIFF'S SALE. The Mt Pleasant Ilranch of tho State Bank of Oiiio, at Mniiiit Pleasant, t yri in l Wilson Jladdox, W W. Jone, ond Cenj Iloyle. I -? Virttl" Of an alia Venilltioni t'Xponn itn tne doerti d from the .ourt or ( nnimnn l"'i,-e of Iteh si it riinnty Ohio, 1 will oiler lur hale at fu'die Aoction on Monday the 2 Of A tlfty of August hf tween the hour of IhoYlotk A. .M. and 4 oVkk P. .V.ora.H day at the front door of the 4,'nurt llote in ; Hl.tlair-viMe, in raid county all the r,M title ar d ' mteret of V W. Jonei in and Uj the follow injr, licucn- hed Uii't find tenen,Miilttia e l inj and bei nf tn th.- j f 'ounty of Itelniont ai'd htale Of Ohio, honnde I and tie ( nf ri i.(-l an fo'htw- to wit: Memr a oaf, of frac.inna! ; HetitoM NoiiH, and aart M ptsrtmn No "f Towimhi . 1 No 3 atid KartreSo j t-efinnitia for the tame at a po-1 j I (-'anted iinr;y (:mj fert ii'irtti ent from the nriniie of j J the f' la nix Rial located from MX. Vnem n .Martiim vtlle. a id on the line he. ween the Itndc of Iiani'1 'ane i and l;'etie.er M artin. thence itortn i.Yvet 10 po f ' to a t.ot, t'.encs) aiuih "'.'i 6 we-t m ,ttf.B i e rot, m ! the hne heiw'-n erii'i am! 3u tl-eti'-e noinh t' p.;r to a pl-"t plaited tinny feu flOin t:e center ol :i I'la'ik Koi!, thence a c It and hinrifif on fad K";:i onth .V;j eflft 4 )( liffitrr noiith ,Swft"t C po'"c. thence aonth lTiwe.l 0 po'e. there .ni'h lie.it 5 hKi poler. thefirc aiiulh iRi s eeM ii and f i loo poh-ii, then' Fiiitilh :k - ei-t fi a'.d . too, then e north .lit. - ; eai5 aid"J ton polea. Inene norm 3 t a-t i p-iP-, , tient e no'th L5 6 e and h'i f . t lenre iin,.n ',imi ft ivi ii 'o'ea, lheri'-e north lit ft we-tfi po'e. ten - e i north y,i eaJt 6 (Hilen. thence north 4-i : eat G anil f'i : r j pole., thfiirt n-.rth 74 ft eat 1 poled. ea.-i It and "ti i'o pole-, thence noti'.h 4i eatt 'so'-n. theiice -iiilli ? I i , j ua-t .j and too po'1, t-iente north - e.-t C p ' -i, thenre nortli rail II and -4 too pole, ih"ne- iti nu I "tz e1 ' and4ioo noie, th nee ii.r.h "J( :! . itoe. thenre north 0" eal ft po. ti' ri re t.ort.i ' 'ili s at Si and W iiki pole, to l!ie pr'ire of hej.mr, . . rontaiitiiii IT acren aud 'H jm.c-; Za-ie rn-erve t:.t . coa and li e rnjht ifjl nuns unrW aatil ji.e.ni'Ci 1 Appraiped al the Vim ot' 3It0. ' rti-r i V f Miice.JnU IDlh !". t JOHN C, MtlioLrf. (-hen.i ol ti. C. O. MIEUIFFS SALE. Zackariah Dai icy, ts: J j!in Daiiey, Ht al. l.i I'arlition. F3 Y vir, 8 J tod fr( virtue of an or lcr of Sj'a to me dirnr.- Vom tlie r'onrt ofCummon I'leas of Celinont t'.iuiity Ohiu, I will offer lur r-'aie on On Morula ii the 2UfA day of AuTift lS.j, leivfn tl,e hours nf 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o' "i'.ii rr,..,.. P. M.of a;l day at fie (rt,t door of t'je Court In St. Clan"1 i tie in tunl county, the !o! In wins de-'cri lands aiid teriemenu. situa.e lyme and Item; in tLe couTity o! HWiuonl and SU'.e of Ohio ad hounded and rfefttn'ieri a follows to wit: Lot No ltJ in the toMi of Jatof'-iburi, in ant rnunty, on tlie f'j'lowmc cant! it inn.4 to wit. O'tt third of lUt pnrciic.fetriot.ey in hand en day of "ale, one third in im year, and one third in ttvi years with intercut from the day o!" na!e on the Ue.'e.r'! payni:nt. Afpraied at '-,h do;ar. Bherid"sOilice, Clai'-ville, Jnlv Iflth JrZ't. Joii.V C. XlCliOLrf.t-htril!". SHERIFF'S SALE. Hagi.T tt Bentz, rs: Thomas D. Laws. ITI Y virtue of two writs of venditioni I'x- a p junta. to u.e rtirfcctc.t from the Court or r.oriinioii of Bt mont (.ounty uuio, l will oner lor rtatu al Public Auction on Monday th 20M. day of August t 155. letweent'iR hours or 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 n'tlock i' m. .r dy at Km from ar rti.o .'uort Ituuoe in j Si Clairnvitle inlaid county, the f.ilowing Lands & ; lem ments iiituats lying ami nems m trie county or i Belmont and Stale of Ohio, -nd bounded and ile-rnhed 1 a follows io wit: Lot o. 1G9 in the Vuvn al linritrs ; villo, in said county, and appraised at t:ie kuui of feito, dollars. Sheriff's Office, t?t.risiwille, Joll.N V. MCIIOLS.SlierifT July 19 1855. S3. SHERIFF'S SALE. J. E. Grove rs: Ann E. Pool. TY virtue of an order of Sale to me direc- J ted from tlie Court ofConiu.on Plea of Helmni.t j County, Ohio, 1 will oiler lor Bale at Public Auction on j Monday, the 20th day of August, A, D j IKVi, hrtweo.. thn hours of IU o'clock. A. M. and 4 o' clock P.M. of nfiiJ day at the front door nf the C'.irt j lluiie in t Cair-ville, llelmont t ounty, ffjiio, the fol lowluif'hFcrihed laud-raml lenemfnu to wit; ti tu.it.; ty. I ine and heinz in tlie County of IlHmont und rHatioT; Jliio, and houudfd and dtcrited at followk: Lou : No;. hue, f-mr, and twenty-c tght, in the town ol the' lirat Western in Fa:d eountv. tflicriirvuflice, St. Clair-Tille. July 1 0th I-.-,.-. iUHN C. MCllOLs?, i?lier!J. $3.00. SHERIFF'S SALE. John Woodburn, Alexander i ol an order o Woodburn, rt nl. TY virtue ol an order of Sale lo ine directed from the " f. uurlot l-'onimon Pleas of Belmont Counli, Ohio, 1 will otferbire. I Public Auction on j fU'Sday the 4th day OJ V WmbCr I-j5, betwri-u thchoura of 10 o'clock A. M and 4 oVlock J M. of said day, al thft Iront door ol lie Cuttit llniiM1 ; in tt. (' lt iter i lie, in naid rminty, ttie lolluwins dr-. ri- 4 httl Laud: atid U-uemeiii. Situate lying and lenii in the t.'iiuiitr of Uelttiont and fta:e nt Ohio, and l-oumli-d and ilSscntietl as follows to wit: The west halt ol ihe V we.l quarter of scctiini No 1', Nature No 4, Township No. 5, cnulatiiiiiflel acres of 1-and more or less.'atso the t est hallof the North East tluarler of section Xo is . Towitslini Nn 5. and Ranso No 4, ci.l.taituiit: rl seres nf Land more or less, on the lollnwinj co.tUinoiu. iiiie t)iiri M( j,,,,,!,,,, the .(jy ui sale, one in one year ami oueih.rd in two years with interest on the delered pay- iiuem. fjherill's Office, St. Clsirfville, Am. 9.1 133. JOHN C. MflluLS, blreriir SHERIFF'S SALE Uo'uert II. O Neil, vs: Sampson Wbetney. BY virtue of an alias Execution to uiedirccted from the t'niirl ul Common flea nf Ueliiumt County Ohio, I will uilt-r lor ulc at Public Aiicli.u on Tuesday the 4th day of iS ptcmber 1Sj5, between ,11(0 hours of 10 o'clock A. M. nnd 4 o lo. k Y .M. nr smtl nsy, at lite iroui tii.or oi I lie t oitii iiuui-e. in Bl. Clairsville. in said County, the lultowmit I, and-, and leneitieutseiitiialelviitu and being in the Cuuntynl Belin out and rtste of Ohio, and bounded and desi.rii.ct! as i.illcws to wit: Benm a nan of flections No to, so and si, m Township No, II, and Itauue No U, coiitaiulng one tenth of an acre, appraised at t:t(KI. frherill s outce, ei. cistrsvirie, .utr.-jii, ii-.vt. John c. nicuulh, ahentr 3,00. ' SHERIFF'S SALE. Preston B. Kennard, vsi Jane Kennard, et al. In Partition. CV virtue of an order of Pale to me directed from the Court of Ciin.inon rieasot Belmont Cotiutv. Ohio. I will otter lor flaeat PunJic Auction or. Wednesday the Mth day of September, 1Sj5 between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o' clock, P. M. of said day, at the front door of the Court Huuse. in ot. clairsville, in ssiu coiriiy, tne i.oiowiug lauds end tenements, Bllu tu lynn; ar.d being in said county of bulinonl, aud Stats uf Ohio, bounded anl described aa follows to wit: Being a part of ttec. No v'O. TownshiD 7. and rented, beuinnilig tm the same at the N Id cornsrof said section, runuins with the hast boundary thereel, Ii 37 poles lo a post N K corner nf Joseph Oibt on. laud, thence with said Gibbons land the tun fallowing courses, 6. 7iiO 15 min. W. 40 poles to a post, thence K 25 3 Eo perches to a tfucar tree, on one of the Northern boundaries of Mo.es Medcalf'e land; thence Homh 4et 0 . iulpurches toe dogwood theute S 07 o W 3A perches to a white Wa'mil. iiiente e) 41 W 34 oerches to a lit-ech tree thence N 45 e V ot . 4 unr- clie. to white Walnut, irtence N IS W 77 'perches 10 a while Oak, theuce N btt 0 K tM.I perches to a post thence N Ti W to a post, thence E 01 47 perches to ihe paceo(hC3inuini, Coiilalnmj 103 acres 145 perches mure or let-s. N. B, The widow's hnldinjtlovser in the above de scribed nreinues has releaser! her dower in the same. and the prauiliti t.-ilj be sold (rue of iuwuctliraace oi said nower. ttierlrTrinie,t. riatrsvltle. Aor fnh lff5 -i.li tOUS C. NlCHOW.'iu"!'. i : ' I ' - ) j j I I I i i T ..rri.d. d,,n w , ivl.e-.i milp m -an :l ::. the -j :-emt will ni.-ly rod.at-ii f mi: n:,e j u rcti.i'i to aitoth r, irn'J'Tmtii'r -i fin cu P. si.-i.i.hi itifl m:, i'i: v. 'y vita rluid& uf h",', i!o no! trn-t oiirw.'' - l ! ;..sds of finacl, ! -i, rt u i rvt ; y d in a Ct.j Li.; tin-, a d ml tin a rrs SllLUin-'S SALK. W. . Mnjnr, vs. Ilobrrt Mfjnr Kl l. ItV vlrtnenraii order of laie m me airefted from the I ( oiiflnfl ti,im-.n rieasnt lle'iiuiiH Cnnnly, Ohio, I will ott-r fur Hale st I' MM if Am turn on dnrday the I Wh iu,V 7'l""'"'fi hetneenthe himrjol III o'clors.A M, and t o'rlucK V . M.,iili.ul diy, sllhe front loir ol llle I mirt llnil.e III M. (Jlnil.e. 111 said comity, the lulluWitif descnl. ,1 lands and u-Heineiits. sitiial. I) in and lteiK( 111 Kirkninnl Township In Ihe enmity nf lielmnul anil rlne nfllint. ael l.iiuniled and ile.i-rlli.-d as hi'"V to wit: It heni- (he Finilhslde of seclmn No !l, nl T ie. n ship No. 1, lis-ne Hn . cunlelnlnl lt scree nl laud more nr less, th .rod q-llrler etieii-ls arm- Ihe fcni'l erimn nine, end ts liintiidpd an Ihe liinih sidel'V lands m 111.I l.v Tlinms- Mi Kinney, and nn tin. North sole t, lends uf John (i eidnin:l and Innsihsn I'm, and is situ ated in sijht of Ihe National lln,d. on the nsil hs li'e.' to Ksyplin satdkirkwiiod Township, auljeei to Inn widow', ,1't-jirer. on. I it ions nf I he aiove f ale one tltitd m hand nn il.iv or snir. one Ihinl In two tearv, mill rmerest from the ttav nf sale on Ihe deferred payments. rJlierid s Kll.re. Ani. (Mil, If.tt. iUII.N f. MWIKJl.t', rintiitr. PLOWS. The subscribor Ims madtj sresnienient-t., (terp mi tin nil at nil l.tpi-s, a fnl' ss-nrl-11 ent nt I i nter U vi r 1 lnw, i-i.n-islniB el Inm and v.e., te R.-i t tud li ft hand, wlueh he Will sell at I'.Vis1 urg i W),ecliiii pricea at JOtIV JEl'i!OXP. A FjW lril siil? plows of a vnry super- or cii'ity lor salehy JOIIV JKPfOV JOINTS to snitul M, always on IitiiI at the above p!ow PLEASANT VALLEY VOOLEH FACTiJRY. .1 AMT..S Y AT ICS no, running 1 Un Fuc- t;r r' K w'fv'ti Milt.f'Vf m!en w-t of Hnd;;e. I.v ? i' :iM; I'ii,. er. ni'l i. i,e -fited ilnrntff BM H . ,.( j r'.f, to rti .Tl'lf l( .!10 W :t ! neft, ttM-rl ai'.t d1 !r. t 'in '-.V! i v : n r- . Hu.t . 7 .v. ( ., !'.: ,; t-, r liniie! '.!!"'! .u:iU'.t Vnnu, f i : . r .'J lit i.M ji.tv i.'-l iir;t.T-re I I.v ftny r .Jn r !:. 'ff t. -'iv 1 I'? ' 'Ttlif hdlowintr p ft tf i"i of -V, (.'j(. ':-stvn':. ', a ', p-id r oipttry Hortp, . i.r! 1 1 . j n;i.; iii i .sir. t'tbwi rn-i I 'f - in1: done ir yy.i'v ' tj - . i , , e . to order t.i rc aso:ii,hlc t:t. .ii. MAKSIIAJS .Tiniin B'jrneton &.Co, SALE. ) Uni'.eil P tat 03 Court, Sj.-ulh- Cir.-t'ut J for ll;e Diniel B. KJ.--.ri. 'era U.i'rict of tlie Stu'-J of Oiiio. I 3 Y v'.r'tii: -f aa ni;:t:t:on to in 3 diriceil ij" "-oi iiH.'ircn.i -'-.iirt. I wiilotrer lot aaoil W-tii'i'j tin nuthdiy t.f iusl; f'.t".v?''H t I n i"? nt fl nc'ot k ol eeid d.-. . tt ti.f- reniir.tie ti n o; i a rvi:w. in e- J -ior'( p. f i 'it.' oil l.i 1 (!! .-)!" V AlHl II. .Uty Mill i-ii in I'lM'-i Ji. I. -on V v : i.v s li.i.ti; a-, i- oT Ac. Co. ir t v . Ii '. ' Wtt 'lUft-: I t.. C e tVi; f! VL"i:4 UU'I ( .l.l.f :r t -.1 fur t!i i. uiy Wm. '..t.1.. it. il. !: ;u;;ir 1-i a1. .'. '.' -S -WVKSTINU 13 S lCri.il m. ..-.n cn.ii.r I.Ml'Li:.M:NTS.s.tit!i in a. s -yth' , .ii .ui.iin .y K tie, ekittsi, Rakes, 'J, 3 si.u 4 pruiij Folks. Ju.t receive.! sift ftrr fz'e t.v JUHN JF.P.S JOHN .M. TODD, Hi, i, .Vjn (tr.d 0, H-tii.'iuul tt Tin. Tar lar-c: . ovcu CAr.oT'ii.r.-.' stdi:k. !. Cl;iilvil!. . C'uiir.y Rii.Z Wu!.' paint in ct in OH. (Jit iiruii ii. 'i, Pa Mr Jiit fii.it, Xc, noi. tx ti n nil. ut Aritii:uvLLi biwi:. Jt:n 14'.' OERSOXS WISUINC TO I'URCHASrf 2. any fl't-.-ie' nna(lv kepi t vru Mores wui u tii"ir ii nity I acii hy r.i!lin t apr..M. Ii. ALLXA.N'DER'3 firiigHtois. WALL I'APER. E ar now in recsivt ul our Spring etotk of w "Wall I'apor, Comprlsinc r 1.' the nrwet nn.l mo-t i'e.irftbs tW"fl friii.i t'.e Lui-iern Cilii s,to vvlncbwe n.vr-e ll.n alleiil.on of those iu wuut. TIKiVr.soVfc PjiTTlIRWiX. UT .ilain ettreet-al-ove .Mourwo. Apri1-2, I-3i. 18 BARRELS N. jti--t r'-e'd and lor sale O. I.KJLASSF.S, 7 J. TiliJ.Ulf UN. HELjIBOLDS GENUINE PREPARATIONS, ilolmbold's; Highly COncouttKictl Compound Extract Fluid Dui'liu, For Diseases r.f the Bl uVer and Kidneys, O'j- s!ructii,ns of the Vrinc, Cn-onic O'onorr i haa, Strictures, G'.'t'c's, tJV.';n.?sf, and all Diteuns of the S.xual Orgs us, W:!c!hv l! "Jlale or Ee:25;;!t frotn v. !.-.!. ver cause they i::ay have oriiiiali-d a.;,: no isv.n'i i.i.M-tto(..is tuo uill cat.'i i:i.I to d-i ci tho ..nn- and itoe nut a .pi-iiv.' .1 iti'ti itieir lite:!.-. Vim cai.ii-it tit too car:i.ilin the selection of urcu.eilv ;i: t !t?.e ta-.'. Tbe f Lftn ETBirT B:v!tr tsr been pr .iouiice.1 1., eminent j.tii ntutis ttie t.irSAfssr ltivtLitv fcv:it Kn.i'i n. It is a -hi-ilii-ine perf-uily ples-aiii in itstuli aid very ii.ncci-ul in its action, p:i 1 y,-t ttiuroui;li 11. al it atitiiiiitati-s every patr..-b- ol t:.e rank and pni-noi-oii-i virtue il tins dr. -.tlul ii.seae: tint, initike olUer tttnedu-, it tints not dry u;ilt.i. ii.ease iu blond. Cosi(i;iMioiinl LfcfcJliij-, I r.iu-.'M tiw l.j- re!f-,i1.nsi. a n.ot terrible durase, whieli li.-.s i.ronsbl non-anils i.l the human rare tu iinllni. ! v rr.vcs, thus l.'t-Iihu Hie liriliMi-t hopes of pan-nts, at. It t.iiji.tii. in the liiid tin- ctorioiis ninl.ttjiin of many a no I ! Ii youth, can be cured by this Inlallibe Remedy. Ami as a lii.'.liu'.e w'jitii imjf-t bei.eiit everybody, li'iiui tin, simply delic ale tu the cuiiliiit-d and de'.atr:iL- ii.vr.lid, no equal is lo be found, acting bull, as a Cure ami Pro venitve. IlelintcUS Ililsljr Couciitrntoil Compound Fluid Extract S A R SAPARILLA, For Purifying the Hloud, removlm all ii-er.if, ariint; tro.ii Kxcpm of alorciiry, exjiohiire and iinirmlehcu in lilt, ctri)Uic toiiittiiutif-ual disrave, arinint; Irom an impure ntnt of the llnod. ai llfi onTy reliaUle k eilectual known rrmrdy for the Cure et tfrrofulA, nli ItliruiM, bcad Hed, L:i:eratif)ui ol tha 1 liroat and Lei, f'aiiitf and fivcliugi) nl tlie Honr( "Ittler, Pimple on the Karr, and a'l Ht aly tl, irpiiuas if tSe Sk in. Tliirar.ir'e lr mnv pre?n!'M hy unme nf tlm nmtt dutiiii'iiitt m d l'l:yit 1 am. iu ihe country, mm! hao proved mori; iticnti.t ui prncttcn than any irfarntio'i ofHar a;iariia yet ittlvrrd to tlie puldiC gevrtn L-nri r bc undnry s) .inliH, .M'-r- unal and Kcroiulou. diht A-tfti hfl' ce:itireiy iOvcihI rn llin infurrhlo ward ul our pi ' li. I itrt itut ion whirl) liAd fur mauv vear.t rntitd evi i y mode ortrcatment thai ou!d he devuv-d. Tho niriiH'i sTikin? rxam:i!prt ol llin naltnarV r tcla id :. 'ir! ntcdiririH in arrctnij uhiik of the uiOd invtrain difi ', alter tlio gland witt iletftruyeii and tu Uoues aica iy a nctt d. N'OTIl t:. Lcitcra from reionili! Plivaielana ami rrofc.ajr ol levetal .Mndiral Culia. and re., liiicaira ui curt-K from patituu will be found accompanying built 1 ikjjii aiiinis. iTica,, Pi 11 ul Extract of Buclm. )( n r bottle, or botttugfor 95. ('rice. Fluid Hxtrat of Parg.iparllla, tl p-ir hotUa. o ftbouiPB for etiiial iu a.ieutu to one ailou Hyrup) olS&raapartlla. lretaridaiiiUldby Il.T. Iir.LMBOM), Ctirmiat,Sfi.k Cheftnut M-.ntui tUeGuaid 11 cut , liiladulpl.14. TotsubaJof A.C.MARTIN.Acro. o!a A (tenia for tf. t lairnvriic, Ohio. Wn. . nn.L Millwood, o, l'!i A2'rtl fr f.nernkey fmintv AD Or DKrGiilSTd u le.Ltltrf KVtkk VV Htltfl C-.4.7 Loiter $ directed to the Proprietor nr A?tnt r?cei immediate altfntion.gQ .May tf,l?M- 29 BBLS. MACKHREL. JUST RKCTJ and for aa'c ly t,f.. I.' J TUOVl'