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THE BELMONT CHRONICLE.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Pres"ytry ot$t. Clairsville, wilt meet in Ihe lresliylerlen Church In this nlsen, oh the 1st Tubs m 'ay of January nt 1 1 o'clock, A. M. mt A sermon will hcprcnched at the epertflg by Re. M John Marshall on a UfTicient Ministry, and In the bbf- nitiB a sermon will lM,,ronehed oi n Rtlicient J. M. Carrier's Address. Our carriar will wait upon Ml friends on New Yews' raorninf, bright and eely, with a neatly printed, and capitally written Annual Addreaa. We hope his frienda wi be "at kmo" when lie calls, for be has served them Isithiiliy for a twelve ninntli nd dcaerveatobajregd. well Sholl Qafc - fMrWe neglected, leit,vveek,to Btatc thetMiLTOff McConaHet from Bridrrjiort arrested Mr. Buftington. He is a fearless, fnithp.1 officer, and we but do him justice whon we maW hi announcsment. 3"John R. Sax, Esq , the witty 'poet-editor of the Burlington (Vt.) Sentinel will recite a peem in this place sometime in the latter part of January. Full particular)) will be given in due time. Agricultural Notice. i ne annual election ot OHicera of tho Belment Co., Agricultural Society will take place on 2nd day Menday the 7th, proximo at the Court House, in St Clairaville. All the members of the old board ML reqursted to meet me al the clsiks office si 9 o aaW1 " Hi Of said day to close up the business of J. TASCHOLFIELD, Prest. J. TASCHOLFIELD, Prest. 12 mo, 27th, 1855. WOur noticca of the School Examinations are tin- ' avoidably crowded out but will appearnext week. CtooMT Pmbictioh. An elaborate writer ' $n the Union closes a communicatien ef ' I columns, with the opinion that those even who have reached the advanced a.-e I I i .f Xr.e BCore 8hl ten "m"y survive the ' 1 V liberties and Constitution of our conntry." I (Mj, We remember a report which waa in (tlr-M I yulation during the Jiexican war of aome ' . Seer riding up to General TaVlo, in ' ' f height of Che battle of Buena Vista, and I 1 exclaimed to him that the day was lost; to j 2 whom the General calmly replied, -I reckon I net." We would simply to sayjthe sensitive , I , writer of the gloomy prediction in the "Union," Wereckon not.Xat. Intel. Thi Use of CLoRoyoRM in Edinburgh. -Professor Simpson states that during the Ik last sis or seven years few operationi have m been performed in Edinburgh, either in hos pital cr private praetice, without the patient' k being previously antcsthetised with chltro- I S form. During that period one death has oc- 1 U. tarred in ti-.e city among the many ihon-' Bind who have been subjected to the use of ahloroform; but during the same six or seven years, among the cetr.pafttively few operated Upon there without chloroform, three or four ! deaths haR taken place, either during or I Immediately after the aurgical operation. This statement, from such a Jsourcei Is of value. Speakers the House of Representatives. tatives. J aV .... m - WMMjp formation of the Democratic I 1 and Whig parties, says Albany Arus ihera I have been tfflrty elections for Speakers 1 f the the House of Representatives, result- ! Ing in the election of thirty-eight Demo- ' crats and two Whigs. Previous to this period iheir wenar six elections, whieh re-!' su)tfd in the chUice of fire federalists and one a nii-federalist. I Cong. Year. f i 1st. I70qjgf. A'; Muhlenberg, Pa., attti- fed. 3d. 1791.Jona. Trumbull, Conn., fed. Id. 17IS. Pt A. Muhlenbetg, re-elected. 4th. 179. J.na. Dayton, N. J., fed. ' L 6th. 1797. Jona. Dnyton, re-elected. th. 1799. Theo. Sedgewick; Mass., fed 7th. 1S01, Nat. Macon, N. C, dem. 1 8th. 1801. Nat. Macon, re-elected. i 9th. 185. Nat.Macon, re-elected. 10th. H07, J. B. Varnum.Masa., dem. , Ilth. 1809. J. B. Varnum, re-elected. Hth. 1811. Henry Clay, Ky., dem. , 18th, 1SI. ll, mv ( lay. re-elected. 1814. Langdom Cheves, S. C, dem. 14th. 1818. Henry Clay, re-elected, 1 15th. 1817. Henry Clay, re-elected. 16th. 1819. Henry Clay, reelected. 180. John W. Taylor, N.Y., dem. 17th. 1711P. P. Harbour, Ta., dem. 18th. 1823F Henry Clay, re-elected. 19th, 1626. John W. Taylor, re-elected-80th. 1827. Andrew Stevenson. Va , dem. list. 1839. Andrew Stevenson, re-alectod.J aad 1831. Andrew Stevenson, re-elected. , 23d. 1838. Andrev Stevenson, re-elected. ' tfS4. John Bell.Tenn., dem. I4th. 1885. James "K. Polk, Tonn , dem. . 35th. 1837. James K. Polk, re-elected. 36th. ISJfla.Robt. M. T. Hunter, Va., dem. 27th. loTC Juhn White. Ky.. whir 28tu ll4a5ohn W. Jones, Vh , dem. 39thV 1845. John W. Davis, Ind., dem. 80th. 1847. R. C. Winthrop, Mass, whig. I Jfa. 1349. Howell Cobb, Ga., dem. "BJK., 1851- Li nn Boyd, Ry., dom. j I iTd." 18,r)3. Linn Boyd, re-elected. ' TheTirgus add. , "Mr. Hunter Waa elected on the 16th .- tt.'M. eftpi exciting contest, by vote of Up to 118 Mr. Cobb was elected on the Sad ballot under a plurality rule, which was eventually adopted as the only manner j - in which flFgecure an organization of tho i House." "V. I I Liver Complaint and Dispepsia. THOMAS LATCIIKORD sovs: COVINGTON, Ohio, Dec, 27, 1853. -mi wite has been afflicted with the Liver Com Waint and Dyspepsia for a number of years, during Jfmen time 1 have itpenl a great deal tor doctoring. 4Pul she received tcry little benefit therelrom, and , pna!y the doctors said she could not be cured. La3t spring ahe concluded to try Hoofland'a Uerman iliUara; ehe took two boitlB, and ever since taking tbesn the baafhon able to attend tober business. 1 have sold quite a number of 'bottles through her re eommendauon, and as lar as 1 can learn, it has . given satisfaction to all." A I wl I,, i .'.I. hu . If. ALEXANDER, St. Clairsville A. C. VlAltTIN, St. Clairsville. Jas. Baker. Wheeling. wm. Dunbar, Uniontown. Gen. C Bethel, Flushing, R. S. Clark, Morristown. H H. Moot, Barnesville. M. P. Miles & Son, Somerton. M. P. Miles & Son, Somerton. And-by Dealers in Medicines every Where. CHRONIC DISEASES, of almost every kind can only beffeched through the blood, where they I originate, and as Carltr'i Sjxinith Mij'.urr U the I knlyirue purifiur of ihat lile-slream, it ia the only remedy lor such diseases. For sale' bv , H. ALEXANDER. Si. Clrftrsville. L ' A. C. MAKT1N, St. Clairsville. Jas Baker, Wheeling, WM. Dunbar, Uniontown. Geo, C Bethel, Flushing, R. S. Clark, Morristown. H. Mott, Barnesville. M. P. Miles & Son, Somerton. arwo d7 nenitrs inMedicuies eveywhsrs 7 To the American Party of Bel. Co. The President of the State Council of Ohio has issued a proclamation ordering a ajpaelal turning ul the Stale Council on Thuradnv the 3d day of Jitnaary nest, stating thai del''gatea whoso credentials were lil M and accepted at the annual meeting in Cleve land will be entitled tosnatain the aaid Council, and also all other winking Councils will each be entitl ed toonedcllgate. Therefore the subordinate Councils ol the County are req tested .to convene al -their usual place of meeting and each to appoint n delogate to aaid Coun cil. The Presidsnt ofthe National Council has like wise issued a proclamation calling upon the subor dinate Councils oleach Congressioneldistrict in the respective States to elect a delegate to the National Convention to be held at Philadelphia on the 18th, Sl 32d, of Kebuary next for the purpose of nominat ing American candidatea fbrtheomcusol I'reaideni and Vice President of tho United States, ' Therefore 1 do hereby respectfully aolicit the Pre sidents of each subordinate council of the county to meet in St. Clairsville on Snturday fthe lSth day of January lHMi to made arrangements relative to the election ol the delegate to the said National Conven tion and other important business til bo considered. Given under my hand at St. Clairsville this 19th, day of December 1855. OLIVER J, SWANEY, Pres, of Bel. Co. Organization. Pres, of Bel. Co. Organization. Attest-M. L. HATCHER, Sec. An Ordinance To amend an Ordinance, entitled an Or dinance, regulating Weights and Mean. ures, in the Town of Barnesville passed January 1st 1844. or. 1. lie it Orsmnrd by tho Mayor, Recorder and Trustees of t5ie Incorporated Village of Barnesville, that each and every erson- soiling and delivering, Coal, lime, ind other commodities, usually told by heap - measure, shall present the beds of their wagons, or other vehicles used for said purpose, to the sealer of weight and meat jres, and hove the same marked in 'accor- , lance with the provisions of tho Ordinance, to which this is an amendment; andtvery person, or persons selling, and delivering mil, lime) or any articles usually sold by leaped measure, without first having their )eds so marked, shall be fined in any sum ' lot less than five dollars, nor more than wpnty dollars, at the discretion of the Mayor. Bee. 3. This Ordinance, shall take ef ect, and bo in force, from and after the i irst day of January next. Done in Council, this 3d day of Dec, . D. 1806. B. DAVENPORT. Mayor: Attest E. Ramsey, Recorder pro tern. COMMERCIAL. CINCINNATI MARKET. December 24 Flour steady; sales 800 ibis at 7,50. Nothing doing in grain. Hogs dull, and heavy; sales 6,7Sfa),80 Provisions nothing doingi Groceries unchanged. BALTIMORE MARKET. December 24 Flour dull at 8,77 for city nills 8,0 for Howard street, without luyers. Wheat abont at tho former quotation. I Large rocaipts corn, and market dull at cla lower; PHILADELPHIA MARKET. December 24 Flour continues quiet and I flipping branas freely offered at 8,60; com- j noa and extra 9,50 10,00. I Wheat, rather more inquiry but little or,, ioue offering. Corn continues to arrive freely, but rather ' nore inquiry; southern yellow 78 and some lamp at 75c , I, 1 1 MARRIAGES. Un the Gtu Inst.i y Rev. N. C. Worth-1 , ngton Mr. John Stedman"of Freeport Ohio , 1 o Miss Sarah A. Detwilor, of Bel. Co. By the same on the 80th inst., Mr.! inzel C. Hall to Miss Christian L. Tracy ill of Sewelsville. j i l On the 24th Dec. by Samuel Danford j ' 3iq., Mr. Thomas Carmickael of Brow11 j 3o. Indidiiu to Miss Mary Slatte of Bel- ' "o., Ohio. On Thursduy, 20th inst., by Rev. Cyrus Dixon, Mr. Josefh A. Fakis to Miss May E. Pbatt, all of the city of Wheeling. MARRIAGES. DIED. On tho 17th inst., of Scarlet Fever Ferdinand Alenzo, infant son of Alonzo P. ind Elizabeth It. Miller, aged one year and seven mo. und ten days. Thus by ihe ruthless hsnd of death has fond Futher snd kind Mother been bereft if their loved one, but they mourn not as those who have no hope, for thanks tbe to him who ruleth all things, for tho conso lations of his holy religion, and who hath laid suffer little children to come unto me md forbid them Jnot for of such is the COM. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SHERIFF'S SALE. Fredrick Feckey & Sons, ogiinat The Centrul Ohio Railroad Company, Bradley Whiliinore and Company and Win. H. Gardner. TJY virtue of an ElSCUtlOfl to me directed Iroiu the "dourior Oonnnan t'ie ol Muskingum county, Ohio, I will nilerhirHae al PuWiO Auclioii on Friday, Me ith day of January A. D. IH5G, belwcen the hours ollUo'clntk A. M anil 4 o'clock P. If. Ol said day, in the Town ol BsrueSVillS llclmun t:ouniy (lino, the rodowlnj ristcritied Goods and L'li allien belonging 10 Irailley IVIlitt mine At (Jo. 10 wit: Olio Ol fart, IwO Larue dlone Wagons, one horse Cart, one Umiiuid Plough, 14 parts of aelt of Gears, t Wadh Hadrilt, g housing,! inrts of huguv Iltrneta, S pair nl Spreaders, 4U UovelS, I Orindtlolie", B ol Yokes, So Cblaell.Ofl Urobsra.l large loiol Old Iron, includiu I Anvil and a Inl of BfasksmUh'sjTooIS, a lol ol Itonea en lot of ffuiion Irons, 8 pgii ol fJoiattiig wheert i Blacklinith Bellowt, one lol of I'ully Ulocki. I Inl ol MttfMUSSS, one Boi ol lick. Sledgen, Aiet.Oatt Hookt one keg ol Uiinror, S Markt. 3 harrels ol Bately Fune.one bosofMon WgS,8 kegaof Potaali, 1 hoi if atone i'nueri Toola . out keg ol Tohacco, one pan or a bfli of 'i'ohaceo, one Screen,' 1 hoxct of old iron, a lot of old Logchaiun, a lutol old augers & Iron Puuarea, and a lol of other Iront and Toola, a lot of fifth Chaiuee. a hoi oil Clone Picks and Graheu Hoe Ilandlea, large lioiet sf Bloue C'utlera Toole, Pickt, Mstlits, L'taleel I r ,11 poinlt, Clleaelt and Ha iimera. The ahove tale lu coniinua Iroui day to day until aI told. Chonll'K orlice, Dec. SI 18M. J0,IN c- WI0HOL8, bariirof B. o.o. f 2,S2 SlIEItlFF'S SALEr" Hager and Bentz, va. Thomas D. Laws. BY virtue of two Executions to me direc ted from Ihe Court of Common I'leaa ol nelmout Coumj.ohio.i will orlarTpi sale atruMic auotlono" Monday the i.st day of January, a. d. IMS, betwee. lh.0 houra olio o'clock, A. M and 4 aH clock P.M.of aaidday at the front door of 'u10 c,,ur, loutaiubi Walravlllo, Beln.o..i tjounly, OHio, 11 e f" ! lowing diacnl.ed lamia and Isueneutsto wit; Bllaau J. ng and being In Ihe County of Belmum Hl.le of oino, and hounded and dttcrirwl f,ii0,i, 1,, l ot No It .., the Town 9tmtiSJSSflUn of Belmont Ohm laken ..ihe propert,' of Tl.o.,., fi I.awa, St ihe tun of Hater and Heme " BUerirr'tOlce, 81. Clairaville. nr.0 IHJ5 l,M ,OUN C' H11"1'. ikuif. BELMONT COUNTY OHIO. Court op CommomJI'i.iai. liaac f orkhlm pUflMlt.l fli abT6 M A. n. DtfMM nnnlntnli( . J JL&J&!S!!S havi! tmrii ftind ty He- Kl'0r niri?i1 it ft (fit Iff in Hid COtirt of OomnM p a- of "n.l Cunntr fof t 'Intlari rlftnifttfrn, which thl palntlfT r.lai inp of the riftfftndAfltfl Tor inalirlnrialy 'analnR liini to ht ftrrftftted hy Virtu I of two df-vrral nnrn of nrrmi infrl from .aid Court in an action whtMlfl tbftf0 dff i.rtantd art tilftiiitiffa anil1 thin platntitT ia drfntidant. Thi ilrfaiMiant n" rr OHlrtl to anfiwnrthf! nrtiiion of tin- plaintifF aftainat them hy FflhruiiryO, iKr0, or It will ne taken aa true, rid judgment rendered acc irdincfy. David 8. AojiMa, Clerk. 11. s. v i). n. t. cnvvBN nt , . for plftintiiT. Dec 'JO w6 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice htr- (,vi vfn thai t the Prohate Court for netrnont f'ourity. the uiidernie;ned wa aupointed ftiid qualified aa i x ecntor ol Jonathan, K. Moore Oec'tl. late ot Delmont county All thoae Indebted to aaid eatate, are rtMented to make immediate payment, and thou; hftviiiK rlaima aKainxt aid eatate are notified to present them lor acttlcment within one year from thia datb. THO at A i MOO KB, Dec M, 1855. 3w,pd EiftcUior. THE BRITISn PEtllODICALS. IMt i:Ml! Ms TO NEW SimsCniUERSt! L.iOOTT Ac CO..NKW YORK, continue to pubjah thelotlowlng leading Briiirh I'eriouicala, Tir.: 1. THE LONDON QUARTERLY (Conarvftti,. 9. THI BRITIRH REVIEW (Whig). THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW Frte Chureli). 4. 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At the May Tar m Ifiinf aaid Court tho peliloner will atk fur a decris accordingly. D. D. T. COWEN, Dee. IS, 1.V w Ally, for petitioner. Bdis PLANK ROAD NOTICE. UaHf 'I he iStookbolden in the Wheeling and t.'ndiz Plank llosd Oo.. are mitilicd that an Eler tion for Peven DirSStOTS will be held at llARRIiVlLLE on Seconil day the 14th Of first Mo. 1R.1S, at 18 o'clock, a full attendance ie desired as business of inlerat to tvtry ttockholder will eviht before the meeting. JOSHUA MAT.'I.E, Calaraia )., lttH Mo. lh !Pa.1, rrttiSent BELMONT COMMON PLEAS. Fetiton for luititioii. John M. Howell, demaudent, against Benjailiili Howell, Isaac. Howell, Lemuel Howell , Hirun Howell, Emily Fnwcett, lugabee Joneaand her huabliid O. at . Jones, Lydia Ann Howell, Eleanor Howell widow of John llewell deceased, all uf wlioui together with the aaid demaiidont, reside in the County of Belmont, Ohio, and Rhoda Chandler and her husband George Chandler, who reaidea in Harrison County, Ohio, and IsaSc W. W right, a minor, who re aidea tomewheie in the State oflowa, Defendants. 'IHE abovo named Defendant are liere- I by notified thai on the 3d inst, a petition waa filed in aaid Court against lliaiu selling .fortli that, by heirship from John Howell deceased, the aaid deinau dent itentitled to one undivided tenth fieri of all that trict of land lyingiu the County of llelmaut aforesaid, and being part ol (lection 30 Ta, (, and K. 5, beginning for the aainc mi chaina and link- West of the N. E Corner aaid sectional a poat on the North ' oundary line ol said section win re a chesuut aii inches, usoring N. 74o E. TJ links, thence o West 3(1 ehains 44 (inks to a iiost: Thence N. ell,o E.M chains.', links toa stone; Tllflice N.3lo W.HIi chains and 5tl links th a pist; thence S.HIo E. 31 chaiiisej link IC ihr place ol Jeglsii lof.eonttlnlug W acres a roods U per: That tjie dsAn dant Eleanor ilnsSlt Is UIS SUrVivjlll widow of llio aid John Howell deceased, but having elecled to take under lb will Of the SSld Howell deceased, ia not en titled to dower in suid premises; that Ihe laid oilier dc laudenta are CO heirs with tbe said Psmaildaut and en titled each lo one lentli 'iaitoi said pireoiiasai and said petition piaya thai panii ion may be had el t tie above ooscrilied premises, ami ihi one tenth part thereof may 1st al offlolhe aa.d di'iiumli.nl, or that, in case said premises cannot be oivided without inanib ti injury that the aauie ba sold according to law. C. C. I v unci I Dacambar, I8M. w Al'y lor lleii.audant. HATS, CAPS, AND UMBRELLAS, OF every quality . bar Sal. , he.,, hy FR1NT NAOt.1 OSS. SSV PROBATE COURT. State nf (thin, Belmont Ctntnty, St, I OTICEis heresy iven that the follow- luff named Kaseutora. Adminialrttoraand Guar diana have filed their account, and vouchera in my Ol fice lor tettleiiient to wit: 9nitgl II. Nosset, Guardian ol VVealy If at at Ml M.blsn 0. Hatcher, Gurdlan el Win. R. siarv I rslHL ' ' . L, Hatcher and Fanny M. Hainta de.iinlttralers of John A Halueadec'd. Hamu' l Daniel-, Guardian of l.ydla FlekSrlng, Win. McCaTery, Ex. OffSniltn Hollirgtwsrth dee'd VVm, McCaflery, Adinlulatrator of Tboniaa Dermott SSC'd, John I'eli and jfleiander Rrtnnum Eiera of Levi Dillon dee'd. The firtt four ahove named aeeounta will lie lor hear ing and tettleiiient nn ihe V7lb, and tbe three last on tbe fimh dayt of December IHol. DAVID IIARRIH, Dtc. , MM, fc Probate Judge. "ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that at the jro balcCniirlforHelrnorl County, the ilnderaigned waa appomted a,,d qualified Adm. ol t Metata rftSj!,SW? UCC lmont County O AbMINISTRATliR'S NOTICE N fa!T2flj! ,'7",'V eiv'" lM " '"' Court, i,H I ! ','," "" under.igned wa. appoin- ted A s.uallllrtis Administrator! tha estate o? -sac I Jacob hits of Beimom couniv,' dce.,i 1 " c .4'ljg 'jTMbM 1 WinArCTijsr- Dec. , llVUV()flMGHV- A-"n...,or. Dr. Y. H. JONES, I'hyticlan dc bbniul Surgeon; rttHtSTIT LOq-l tT TS East end of Lloydsvillr'Ohio. AititouncEi to the public that he is pre pared to eiecute alt bli dalof Dental work -- 1 MpeciaI y plait work or gold, , I. InS nd Mnt !l de,Hr';MR0M!"l !! "" '"""irsttlon or anaga when Dec.O.IMJ. Cm. LORENZO DANFORD, ATT08WO AT LAW. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO. Be?n,'o?,flb.Un,l'8''U'"lin f-"y ocrnpied hy the' , . ' Dec. G, '55 j MANUFACTORY. PNOCH METCALifhe w7l7 known f.ringVVUlera',rtPi""- hMC0,n,uen;!d ' m BOOTS & SHOES, t. Clairsville, O. osa boos tier or n. erovraa'j baocrBT troaa. Hit Stock and Workmen ahall beofthe first cl.ss and shall give en, Ire aatisfaction. There will bkaomltntl or disapuoii taaeiils, and by close attention to husineaa he C?,Pf V0wre"ive "'are of patronage Al" kind, of Mending dona on ahortc.t notice and 'neatest Dee., I8S. VALUABLE PROURf IRftll 3EINO desirous to remove wst I offer E J for sale my very desir.U and valuable dwelling on, HOUSBafidSTORfJ itno.M, In Barnea ffm vihe. rteliniiitcnunty. Ohio, tile IL.iHe iiISImL''' cnmP ete repair having el-ery conven JlllsWieucc.for the Comfortable accommodation aesEHjEak' a Family, beings storya higli with 5 roonia on the 1st Hour and 4 on the 2nd with an eicellnnt collarthe Icr.gjh of ihe House The Store rooai ie mi the east JMHtb Mas dwelling house tnd is one ol the most elllglhle business locations in llarnesville. 1 In view of the Treat increase in business incident In the completion of the C. O. Road and tho stahlished character ol llarnoeville as a commercial point, the above property oireratfJducenientH toa man or apltai;and enterprise etruel to any in the country. Belnrf anxious to Sell, the property will il olleredvery low ami part or tie purchase money ,vi II he received in tho bonds of the 0. O. R. Itea'd 'oinpany. For part irulars enquire ofthe linileisirrned WM. H. fiARDNF.lt," December, fl, 155 liarucavirle. H. ALEXANDER, UCCF.9S0R TO X. B. XTAN. WOULD inform the public that he in teuda carrying on the JJ BOOT AND H0Efi businesslna llahrnchee. j Ml fli aoiaNin will esatlnusa Foreman and will pay particular attention to the manufacturing depart ment. And as he will use the best or materials and employ none but ihe first clasa worknier, the public may restasaureil lliatall work will iive satisfaction, both in rejnrd toatyle and quality. He hat on band at ptescnt a fine lot of Gents' Kip A Calf Boots, (Ian & Buf falo Over aitoes, Ac, to which attention ia invited, A endri aiiortrhent of Kaatern Work will be conttantly kept on hand, and Will be sold at rair prices. Country ahoe makers and others will be luruiahed with I., ether. Thread, Pent : Naila. ,ttc, on favorable terma. One and all, call and eiaaiine the alock for your-' aelves, before purchsaing elsewhere. ST. CI, AIRSVII.Li:, November 20, 1855, OOTASH. Another cask of that superior j I. potath jest receive) by Jk. 0. MARTIN h Oo. I c asiFfor oats &6rn7 I IHE hijrliest market price, in caih, will JL he given for oats and corn at J. Thompson's Grocery, corner Main Si Marietta elrcet.til. Clairsville. November, 23. GREAT ,EXQITj$MENT AT SEB ASTOPOL ! Also, in the We.steru Country, on nccoun Uf tile Good Hurvo$t ! IHAVE bought n very lurgo assoftinpnt ' ot Fancy naStuple DHV ;C)OIH, to whirl. I in Tite tli aue.il. on of tho ciliznuri, an) public in gtntfaL Juutcoiuo anil luok, a Hutu is a rumor all over Hip country alioul tho 00ll Utiog higher than tlmy have h(!n. I ii i aI I auk ia a call, and you will And, on ac count Of my lartiestock, 1 will well fcheaper tlian ever. Kiyht hundreil nltee of C'aliroen at aliuoit your own price; (ood Calico at 0o. per yanft 100 pieces M. de laino, a very Koti.l quality, at Kc; 50 piece of tiiut? htOISi Home moMta. yard wide, all'JC. per yMrd lant en lorij French Mriiiucx( tlte bent quality of Lfttffn'l make, U rd wide, at . I per yrd; pubourgf aud Harra mbltl cloths, cheaper (tian they have ever heen hrouitht totht West an excellent uunntity (or i.'5 eta. per yard; Alpaccatt of all color!, tome very guod t 12 ct8. per yd; Black tiltks, a very good quality, 3-.1 iuchea wide, at 7A tenia per yard. ShtmlH; ShatVlflf Shawls! Ai I haye a very large stock, and waul to mke room i cm ihore coming, I will aell atextrciuely low pricea. JV ANT1LLAHI Direct from Europe, of the lateit f&nhioni, which 1 will aell 25 per cent, cheapar than you can buy them at Wheeling. I.arpt atock of BONNKTH. of all kinds, which I will soil at v i"v. j . reduced priest. Cheniiaetts, C'ollan and l.'uderaleevah, a very large afersortnif nl. Gentlemen, irerd tttkiuine ia tufficitut." If you want to buy ihf het quahiio, lor the lowest prices, of Halinetts, (Jasniitieres, (.'loth, Vc-siipgs, Htock, ll'dfs, 6.-., give me a caW ia al J I auk, anu 1 am sure you will e satislied. Uf ndyM ad Clothing. I have hwUlM the lurcent nlort; 1 have eror l ouhi, and Will ?! Ibam :io per rent, chsaper than you tan uy themai IVlitliny. Also, a larue asaortnioiti of Man, CapH, ifbots and Vtioes, aud a groat many other artitten loo numerous o mention. Call twloie you purrh'as'e eluewh'ere, and in sure vou wil h' lAttstled before you leave. JIAH kinauf country produce iskeu in exchange irroedt. fAMITfiL KLINK, Bt. Clalrsvina. ftgpt.t?, i ti BARRIOI.S1 N. o: MOLAS8K8 lO just rot'd and ftw sals by i . THOMflON A MARVmOFS REMEDYi OR A mmmWmtXjwvu AWClt tHE GRAND EXTERNAL REMEDY. By the aid or a mlcrotcope, we tee millioni i f little openlntaonllieeurlace or our aodlee. Throuth theee thliriintmeni, when ru.l.lrlon.the tkln. ia carried te anynrian or Inward part. Dleeeaeaol the kidneya, dia orders of the l.iver. an-eeiiona;oliiie heart, inflammation r tlie luma, Aathmat, Coiih and Coldt, are be its meant erfei iually cured. Kvery .housewife knowa that tall passea freely tlirouthbone or meat of any Ihlcbne., 1 I hiehr-eMnfoinlrtientforniorereadilv iwnotratea llrsejeh ' any hone or fleshy pert of lbs living body, curlnt ihe mo.tdanjerous inwkrd complaints, that ctni.olt r,cb ed hy any oilier means. Erysipelas, Suit Rheum & Scorbutic Humors. Nc reined J- hsa ever done ao mtich for the cure Of die eatea ot Ihe skin, whatever tlmy may alanine, aa thia Omtmepi. N,eae,, Bill Kheum, Hrnrvy.Hore Hd Wcrofula, or BrySlpelkai cn lout withstand its influence. I I he inv-ntor has travelled over many parts ol ihe a-lobe visiting ihe principal hoa pltals, dispensing, this Oin'-' "' 'vine advice aa to itt applicatmn, and baa ihua been the MM ol restoring countleea numherl to heelth. Sore Legs, Sore Breasts, Wounds & TJicers. Berne of the most acientiflc turs'eont now rely eolely en the uae ol ihie wonderlul Ointment, when havina to cope with the wortt eaaea of abree, wdunde, ulcere elan dular awelhnga, and tumori. Professor Molleway hat by command of the jAlliert t.'orernmenta ditpalcfaed to the hospital, of the Rett, large ahipmentt of thia Oint ment.to lie uted under the direction ol the Medical Stall in the worse easet ell wounds. It will cure any ulcer (laudularawellins, atiirneaa or contraction ol the loinla even of iiu yeara Handing. ' Tiles and Fistulas, These and otllerdiilretting complaints can tie eflectu ally cured ir the Oietment be well rubbed in over the parte affected, and hy otherwue lollowine the printed Qireciiona around each put. Both the Ointment and Pills should ht used in the following cases: rtuniona I.mnbaeo Pore l.ees Swelled Olands Blma Jlercui lal E Sore Ureastt .KtifT Jointi Utapped llauda ruptiont Hore Heads I lcert Clnlblaina Piles Bore Throatt Venereal Bore, l istulaa Kheumalism Sores ol all kinda Wounda ol Oout Halt Itbeuiii Sprains all kirult Skill Ihseasea hValds. . Bold at ihe Manufactories of Proressor Hom.owit Bb Maiden Lane, New-York, ami 244 Slrand, London, and by ad the respectable Drueaists and Dealersol.Medi clltei throughout the Uailted Biaies, and ihe civilised world, in bat, at 2.1 cents, -.' cems, and gl each. TnT'i'htre is a considerable aaviug bv takine Ihe lar ger Si7.es. N. B. dlreetlrlns for iHeeAldSrice er patientaln every ! order are arliied loearh bo. GENUINE PREPARATIONS, j Ilelmbold'si flighT concentrated j Compound Extract Fluid Buchu, j For Diseases of the Bladder and Kidntyt, Ob- structions of the Urine, Chronic Gonorr hoea, Strictures, (Sleets, IVeoAncssss, and all Diseases of the Sexual Organs, Whether in Hale or Female, from whatever csuae they may have originated and a matter of how lone atandiug. II you have contracted the terrible disease which, when once seated in the syaiem, will turely gariottu from one generation lo another, unileriniuing the con i stitution anil sapping the very vital fluids of life, do! not trust jrouraelrin the hands of Uliacka, who start up ' every day in a city like this, ai:d till the papers with glaring falsehoods loci well calculaied lo deceive the voting anil those urn SOquSlnted with their tricks. ! You cannut be too careful in the selection or a remedy Iti these cases. The Fcrin Evtmi t Brriic has been pronounced eminent physicians ihe Oasatttr Rimedv tvra I Knoivn. It isa iiirdiciue perfectly pleasant in its taste , ami very innocent in its action, rlml yel so thorough lhat il annihilates every particle ol the rank and poison sua virtue oi mis dreadful disease; end, unlike other ; remedies, it does not dry up the dlaeasr In ttlood. Constitutional Dchilit-, brought on by self-abuse, a most terrible disease, which ' has brought thnusan ils ofthe human race lo untimely : graves, thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parents, ami 1 blighting in ihe bud the glorious ambition of many a no Me youth, can be cured by this Infallible Remedy. And j as a medicine which must henehl everybody, from lb I simply delicate lo the cm, fined anil despairing invalid, j no eipial is lu be luuml, acting both aa a Cure and Pie j ventive. Ilcliubold's; Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract S A R SAPARILLA, For Purifying the Plood, removing all dispaaea, arising from EstooM of Mercury, exposure and imjirinlpiice in lite, chronic .toiiiVtitutioiial disease., arising from an Impure title ofthe Blood, ami the only reliable & effectual known remedy for tilt-Cure Offerofula, Halt Klicum, Hcad Head, Ucerations ni'iha Tliroaland Lees. Tains and Swpliups ofthe Hones. Tetter, Pimplei on the Face, and all Hcaly Brdptloni Ofthe Skin. Thir article is now prateribed by some oftht iriost it i-uii"ti i-ii.-( PujMfClana in the country, and has proved more efficient in practice than any preparation of Har saparilla yet Me red to the public. Several cases of nee oiulary Myplulls, Mercurial and Scrofulous diseases have entirely recovered in the incurehle wardBofour Fuhic InetltUtioni which had for many years rosiMei every mode of treatment that could he devised. These cases furnish striking rjiamples of the salutary effects nf this medicine m arrestinit some of tha most inveterate diseases, alter the glands were destroyed and the bones aready affected. NOTICE. Lettl rs from responsible Fhysicians ind ! Prnfessnrs of several Medical Colfeges, aud certificates of cures from patients will he found accompanying both Treparations. Prices, Fluid Extract of Buchu, fl prr liottla, or 6 bottles for Trices, Fluid Extract of Sarstxparilla, 91 per bottle, or fl bottles for to, etjaal in strength to one gallon Syrup Of Harsaparilla. Treparf d and sold by II. T- IIEI.MBOM), CliPn;ist,5oi Chestnut StnedrlheGirarrl IlcHise, Fhitadelphia. To be had of A.C. MARTIN, tV CO. foleAgents for Si. Clairsville, Ohio. Win. 8. BELL Millwood, O, I Bn!e Aceui for fsiiernsev County AND OF D&UOGIITf 6' UBALBM EVERYWHERE rAH Letters directed to the Proprietor or Agent receive immediate attention. May 94,1859. NLM SAMMKltAMiS TO if K I AT THE OLD FtT OFFICE CORMEK . B. H. WAT S O Nj WHOLES1LE ADD RETAIL DEALER IM BOOTS, SIIOESj HATS, CArs, Bonnets, UmbrcJlas & Carpet Sacks, Copier Market ec Blanre ets., opposite the M'l.ure House ' WheeiliDf, Va. Offers very Superior inducements to the Trade Oct. ii, less. .i. 5,000 Copies Sold in two Days, Oi my Bondage and my Freedom. Uy Frederick Douglass. Una Vol. 13mo. 40! pasos. Illuatraled. PrU,l,ai. Why so popular! It is the work oi un American Slave, therefor exclUl American sympathy! Every line and letter sre his own, and it is s Volume ot Truth and Power! It tells the esrnrst, startling ii mil will, oul rnnlingor madness! It addri-ases the intellect und the heart. Every Irei: Press clients its prnise, evtry iicn voter will read il, and every hook seller supply it. For eslshy A C. MARTIN. til. IClniraville. SLIGHTLY DAMAGED. J O t M I Y"r ' Tv'eei' wor,h cents, ion sos, Linen Cstubi ic llanrikercliiera. ortl S7s. toSUc. at tic. lo Lie 1IHKI yards 'I'al le I. ins,,, wortli S : tiMc la SSc lie Sosen Lines Taiie '-lotaa. A few lo. IHusrflns douhie Dan .... il. orth i-i' i from IUU i I o. T r'The sNive rioails. tnf ether Hh a faw "mnreof the tame aori,' etisliiiy taiuaua,l hy water, hot aa irooil liertan somte Mr.iiie ciinaiimer, at the treateti liariain you ever taw- Nu huiiihugr Jus try ua at the lil l CI Ne. It Maln-eireet.Wliei'liiie. LAND W AK RANTS 'I'm high rt Rsjcket price, in caeh. will Ie (aaid hn Laud WurrauisR y -r J r CHAattavTOKTH, Ost. 4th.l . HATS St CAPS. W halt t alt and It itatl. a aYkry, tfpl oa hsfts and . msnnfsetarlsg an r. WlM l"' eneol i lie I a r. at asanrlretnl. el asSaji Hm.s and Caps, SOflSlttlVI or si' th varieties a retort aew t "i, aMol whieh will he .olital the lneel relet. It. S Mate made te firrie. at the aliorteet notice. It. A vi. ii i . Mais ,ircet. Not, 14 aV I4n, ae I. IS'iV W hefting Va. Dr. ROBERT'B OUWsted LIVEIt PILLS! Whlth eland aarlrtneS hy Say Mellrint known far tturureof I.ieer LoBpltlatt, an other Dlteaaee arl stng rrom a MOftBlO STATE OF THE MVKR A iiii(i lo.e (r'llevee Hick Mad jrh, Cidinaet or wiuimiitg in the Head, tlimneaeof isht. Jlrowsi nesa, Palna in the Cheat er Back, ftliknese or the Btoeaaeh, Loss of Aepetltk, KervoutDe hility.and (Jeransement ofthe Bewela. Tttey are prepared frrini the preabrlptfcn of af hyer'An. who used tt em aur.eassfuiy m hie prartice for 10 veara: and iheir effect he. hern fond in many thoaean'd. r.aaes They are therefore offered with the greaie.t eoniMenee, and will he foiinil to atiengtlien theatoioaeh and Dis'.ative Organa, set aa a Mild Purgative, and BMT FAMILY MEDICINB KNOWN. Price 9 eta. per Bnr. A. MARTIN ACe. Aseata far ft. Clairaville, O. Ally Wt IMS. "OMNIBUS LINE, SITWXIaT- If. CLAIRSVILLE & WHEELING; WILL leave St. Claibsvilli every morning, '."mutate eieepted.; at 7 e'eleek Haturniiif .leaeea VVBtlUS at N o'clock, P.M. uulil sarther notice. LIVERY STABLE. AT my etehle in Nt. rijrtTjti ,m prepared to fur ith, at all limea, hdrsea for harness oraaddle, truss e ! er hark. with or without a driver. Ridms parties ac i cOcmodaled on short notice. Term, reasohahle. sta Uca in the east end of lowu . , , . LEVt lB. Si ( laira,le. Aoetl. 9th. :,$ ly. E. HAYES & CO., AStn tsie'T, cobsii oi gviMcr 1 WHEEMNG, Tm. i MANUFACTURERS OF CARRIAGES, -&3& BUGGIES, ' HARNESS, AJjrl all the different ttyletof tight aa fansy w.'k" llaviu? rerenlly introduced teverai new arid heautT al styles of C'arnaees and Bnsfftee, and having the SdVStltSfS of all Ihe latcat anil best Patent of Springs and Axles, we invite attention lo Bur atock, feeling confident lhat we ran ethihit to the lovera of the new and beautiful J an the attractions winch are te be found in any pert of the L'nien. We have the scene y ofthe Temliaeon Spring and AxleO , of Bridgeport Conu., and keep their work far .ale to tlte trade. B HATES Co., Seal IT, 1 a.-,i. ra. Bahlialh evening rssiisgl on the New Testament. The church before the Hood, by Rev. John Camming., j BomBiing'. lectures on the jocal) pse, t'umiaing't iec uireeou tisnieLR ,llin'e History I vol.. Josephua coin- ' pels., I vnl,Binlelle. durii'a. Tupper's, llemen's I Milton's, litvi and Montgomery's noetical work. I in gill biinlii.g,lroine.or History hy Mary E. Howi I Touni! lailiescompanioi.. Vicar ot Wakefield. Doeatiek j "Maget of fun." TM Mo lern llorae doctor, hy Ladil I the flidileu Path hy Mnriou Ilarland, a -r. many ether uapfu and interesting hooka Just received by sep -ST A. C. M RTIN. P itEMITJM OFFER E D. DESIROUS OF ENCOURAGING THE I raisins or good stork, offer a premium of B3 in whoever delivers to theln at their taltine hOaSS in; BsLMOST, between tbeiMHb ol November and ibe 211th ' of Ileceuiber, The three best hogs; aid hoge not to weigh le.s'than loon pounds. In a wardinttha premiuniathe sireof the hore, fatneaend imsllneSS Ol hone to be the rule by wlifch thev will bt jiidjreil. llelmont, Sept. IS, 1(53. BOORS A WILL PilPERi THOMPSON & PATTERSON, lit MAIN STREET, Wheeling; Va, BBALIK IM Books, Stationary Wall Paper AND VARIETY GOODS. Agenta forall the popular Ptitcnt .ts-iii. in. Formerly kept by IBAC H. PATTERSON' CO. atpsHM 1Mb N..33. Monro. Bt. FOR THE BENEFIT OP Suffering mortals! FOR Liv?r complaint, Dyspepsia, Impuri ty or tlit? Monti, Sick Hetd-mchr,costiTvnM, Fains in the Hf ,i . Breast, sida back, and imbs, Bilious after -lions, ust Dh ROBERT'S LIVER PILLS, tha htF.t aills for genernl une ettaiit. jt. C. MARTIN, .Agent for St. Clairsrilla. AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. 'i.ML? MAIN itH tJflHOT STRCKTB, RKiR DBrOT I, tfc. O. RAlMtOAP! R. II. HUBBELL, & SON, atll 'IfsSMiN AUUBCHANVVe TSor the sale of Ploughs. Harrous Corn- I thtlllrt Strait Csi'lrl, C'Vr .Wi7f, Ckurnn, Siiiv't Smut .11 . - - ; - mg 7 ..'. anrl all Aprirul tira iiiil Hrt , -1 . , , m, t i tt, jBtraaaic'a 7'eal, Srr,(. tM 'leafs Jeuie 14 '55 JNO. W. SIMMONS, HOUSE PA?I?TEE, GRAEER, GLA1ZER, PAPER-lIAXdER, ej-c. St. Clairsville. Ohio. N' T IN'QITIRF. at tbe National Hotel. Altar- dere left with Mr. Lewie will teceive prompt attention. 81. t'lairaville, Sept. S Sin. YES, WE CAN! L?OR we can show larger atock ef La. ' I die. ftrick Pliiwle, I.enj Ithswl., Mantles, Tab SSl. Cleake. 4rc . ; also, cloth for aame with Irini saine to snsisb, asirl sjsll them at a lawsr price than aay ia the city. Ja.t try e. st trie . ' BBKniTE STOR1. Ifi.irlrv Wanted. HARDEN k B Bl A N N ti IVf "ITTILI. pav Ihe lriiliist mnrket price for Betley. W Ihoss who ha vi Vnilty fit uld d" well to cull mid aee as before seillaii. HRirtORPORT, Xevemtert. 1S5S. th w m it pi mm" iiERSONS hnvlnir Phoseene Gus Lamps an '.i n frniu J.e. V . I'm rise, will plSass return llism title meeth, s tbe proprietor, V. T. 0'ewin(li, of t'mi iimeti. is a'siui te tirfns his buaies ea ie a cio.e, ana wishes to senile with hie ajente. . Ay person wiahin? to kiepthe l.atui'.sran do ta by US nt the Aseul . mj..i each Uil l.tmp. JVi W. COLLINU, Agssi, " Ha seek. I , S, IS e 40 MT kB BHERIFF'S 8AL1. laaac Wettaeem, ft. Wm. Fraaier ead Alesendet BoCleja. BY irtye! ef an Exsi'iitiee. ! me 4ir ted rrom the t'osrt of Common Please of Haines. Coanty rihlo, I will offer lor .al. al ruhlic Aetllon es) Mondoy the. 3lt rfnty of Tttotmbtr, 1866. iretweeu the hour", of 0o'i lock e. m. sml 4 'eloeb p. ss of laid day. at Ihe ftOnl door ofthe Court House lo !l.l le,revile. Stimuli! Voonly lihio.lhe'fnllowln tcriieii Land, and Tenements. elttite,tyl on heieaj lu IheCoeoty or iieini,uind mate of Ohio, en ded end deacrlbed aa foll?wa to wit: The undivided betrof I Ota fn. I Nl the tewo se Delleair In sld cuiitv. snd spprsld as follow., to undivided half ol l.ofo. 1 Appral.ed al thaeoai MM doilsra, and tbe undivided half or Lot No. Appraise , Sv ..v berlfl'lOfnce fjovem'tr . ISS. S JUiHW C. mCHUl.H. BhsrltT. SHERIFFS SALE. Jscb larger, C. . Woo1 A Wife et el. BT virtue ef sn order of tele t m dlr ted aa Special Matter, from the court ol Ceuaeai I'le..e of Bslmoat County Ohio, I will offer for aalo at Public A union on Monday Me 3 1st day of Deetmbtr a. . tllaV. between ihe lioura nf It) o'clock a. m. and de'eloek 'jf. as or laid .ley, al the front door cf th. Court Home, la St. Clairaville Belmont Tounty Ohio, the following da- cribed landssnd tenement-, .itoete Ithh end lelsg isgSfB tbe County of Beln.ont an ftale of Ohio, and is tkM tiwn of Bridfeaort, and bounded aa deaenbad Dem-.' part of Lot Ko. 1 13, on i 'is .re,,d platH Twn IWlSI feet and three inchee In IroSH ""'th Itouiideryl properly of is oh r ' H R.cll Newlaud, oud ojJ boundary ot 'jfiliWSM seasstsvweweTe7(. oypnii,T 9, TIM. , " ' ML'IIOL,Bberiff and Bpocial Maete SHERIFF'S SALE. ieseph Russell for use of James MsCe aghev, and Jsras McCBS(hey irer Levi Treev. , BT virtu of two writ of vsndltlnnl e ponasto me directed Tram the Court or Cosine Pleas ofBelmnnt County, Ohio, I will offer for a.io at Public Auction on Monday the. 3 lit cfsty of Dectnitr a. D. 15 between the houraof 10 o'clock A. M aud 4 e'eioea, P. M. or said day at tie front deer ofthe Court HeeaeiaSt. Cltir.ville, in aaid cout,., , tha roliowisi lands sn teasmeMa to wit: attests lylnsand being 1 the count)' of Belmont and State or Ohio, aid hounded anil deaenbed as lollow. to wit' Heine a part or the Boil th West Quarier of Beetle Molt. TOWnStaip 10. 7, Snd KahgeNo. and bounded as follows, beeinmeata .tons on the Hast boundary line of said quarter section and comer of a lol of arroa conveyed lo Lewis Foreman by James Eston. en tbe Barnr-sville Road, ami runtng from that atone before mentioned, end elonij-said road Wesil? poles, thence r-oulh IU poles, thenee Le-t 13 poles, thence North 1 pelea te the ptaee ol berrinninr supposed to begone screes' Land more or less, with anpurtenaucea thereto .belenej iiig.and appraised ai4!S. filierlB'BOrfire, November. St, 1SSS. 4J0 JOHNjfg. NICHOLS, ab.rif. SHERIFF'S SALE. t-- Bank uf Commerc, TI Meander Mott & LetriL! fordjret. TY VlrtU ofan Eiecution to me directed, fram tha Court of Common plearf of Belmoni County, Otiio, I will ofTer for Sale at Public Auction on Monday the 2W day oj January, i. . I860, between the honrs of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 oVIoek I'.M.ofsaid day.attlm frontdoor of the Court Houaf in it. Clairaville. in taij county, the following deacrl tied lauds and tneinents, Hituate lying and being is tha Counts; nl Belmont and Btatc of Ohio, and bounds and describr d as follows to wit: The first describe treri or jiarcal of Lan baing 'tfca Houtb Wefct Uuarer of Hrtlion ,No 2, Township Na. 7, ell Range I, in.M arietta Laud district, containing ona hundred and lilty nine acresaiid fourteen hundreths tif an acre, (lftft.14) The ind described tract or parcel of Land being the South half ofthe Huuth Quarter of flaa. No. 3S, Township No. 7 and Range No. ft, in the Mari -etta Land district, (.ontaitiiug ruty nir.e acrea anc Ninty lour fiuiidretha of an acte (tjtf.M). The 3rd da scribed tract or parrel of Land being the North west quarier of sec.tp no .tt.no.scv latiL'f no fin the Marietta Land Diatriet ConUuing one hundred and s.xty acraa (1G0). Also, the followingdescril cd Town Lots Lying and be i ne in the Town of llarnesvilli- Belmont Cauntjr Ohio, and hounded and described aa folio wsfto wit: Lots No, t3 V -A treat end, and Lota V -. i,.. iCa ds 158 taken in Execution an llie property of Lemuel Fer dyce. Sheriffs Oflca.it. Clairsville, Pec SO. 155. JbtlN C. MCIlOLtt, barif -5,25. "TLEASANT VATLlt"" STEAM WOOLEN MILLS. Situated five miles u-est of Bridgeport, and 4a i Un east of St . Clairtviile, on ihe. Xationol Road, well known as Kinsey's Mills. PHE undersigned takes this methoSl of . I Rsraaiag Uercblnta and othert. thst be baa. at all timeaagood sssortaisat ef 0 0 I t n tROOtS sit band. He bat now ready far the Fall Market Ik following assortment, which he will .ell a. low ae the aame quality of goods can he bought in the Kaetere icarkela, ami wool will be taken for pay: to pieces Betinet, or various aolon sad stutaiss lo " Alois Cssslatere 300 Red FUnn.l; 10 Brewu dl. 3ft " Vcliow do, M " Paid do. octfc founds Slocking Varna. jryrrfniers can have their Wool atassfaaisreatsi order II t .hortcat notice, er exchanged for seeds. Ositsfei i 'a. j Aatsa yat. M. L. HATCHER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. aT. ci.fiasTiLLe, ohio. iy'.e S doora last of the Court Hee.e. Noveinl-.r t. tS. GROCERIES. Hardware, Quccnsware, &c, J. THOMPSON. PlAKES tliia opportunity of returniof i J thanks to his nniueroiis customers for the patrea ' age which has heretofore been extended to him. He ie jarV-now receiving alaffe and well a Iec ted stork EUKLef eooils in his line in even respect adaptee 4HBRto tin rvanta of tins coimuunily, His stock shsll, frequent add b kept full mgtfl ai ii complete, ai ti w ill ,'-" disposed ol at tAmW. such rates as will meet the approhatien ef all waa fmvnr Mm with a call. Hn stock consists in part, ofGroceriea of every e riety. Hardware, Queensware. Glassware, and t jenaral assortment of FroririioKri, itc. &c. Ha is prepared to accomuiodate tha public with si erythm;: u-tially kept in (.nicery Stttres. fall and gat your suplies, at the "ola corner" of Maia ead llariett Streets. tit. Clairsville. April It, 155. HH'DS N. O. SUGAR, JUST RB- GelfM and far sale Is THOIirSOIf. April 12, U JOHN ML TODD, tloust. Sign and Ornammtat m . nk. liar rmr e: asa. avea ciaoTHMta' toxi, t. Ciali'svlllsj, O. Cei'dn g and Wall painting in Oil, Oil GrmAmJ ing, Paper Hanging, $c., bomb ia tiib host arrBRovBB a-rrte fteoidenre Kaet Kichfan Ohio. Stm 14 Sre Merchants', Manufacturers' & faiv mors' cm. :a ::- mTS9 HENDRYSBURGH OHIO.. H. B. fiBAT, e .PrinelaaeV THIS Institution has been opened with a view of iitliiidinK ti the biiaineet eommcaitr, a ip,irlunity of s, i education silrairsblv sdspld ie-lt waul. a thorouuti course teumiiieiic, einfl anC 1 o k keapinx, reewaaail .atriilaiionaaii ,,oliiicaleroiioitJrvlh iietlfaKtakiii ii,muti1 Will IsaMorded aiudeiOe, ulHthaiEaJI neLMrlb nu.l.:.. u.riu tor any do(iarini.niof frjoMjc... Notioo to YoungJjra Connected with this) instituflnei end ' tUS- ' der . hers Sflh Din frmripal ia a ntly (a nittf aiiaitniant." m'.ief youm ladies will iietu.trutied'ta th Ilia; li Enjliali liranueaaiid retetve avwior .dvaiia in id ,wi elegant and aciomidhniBAri mu.ic esut j penaiHlttp, ,. ''I I Fall and Winter action to eematene NOvaillaa, ', less. " - 'riea.aseni ahd set ciroulara. Address I V.J. 1 ) 5vsr. .'. rfhsr.a Se. af. -3