Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R Time Table for the
Stations in Belmont County.
I, l NIGHT uriun.
4J A. at) ;
7,50 T. M
Lewi ' Mills S.l
Bclnoat . 5,SS "
Burrs hi file , 5.
Burtons S. "
Barnesville S,S0 "
- 58 "
Hum Mill S.M
IwiV Milto . '
Clenee .3S "
B.ii.i ' . IS 00
Depend apo. thi. ntO ft.rther .iLgHi
Editor of the Belhoht ,Cotojt ; Yo i will
ple.se anrjoana the name of JOHN . JOHN&ON
wis. candidate for the office oiTreesurer of Belmont
count r. subject to the decision .of the mass conven
A REPUBLICAN OF KIRKWOOOD.
Editor of the Cbboiocle: Please announce the
name of Pimm Tuj. Fq ,aa a candiaate jor
: : ni U I..,- Torino anhwetto the de
eirion of the Convention to be held on the l-!Ui oi
Emma Cmomcrx: Please announce the name
of ALEX. HAMMOND, of Pultney.ae a suitable
person to fill the office ol County Treasurer, sub
ject, boweveno the decision of the 12th of Septem
Jul 16, pd.
(J-Teachere Examination, will be held
at the usual place, on Saturday August Stn
70 CORRESP OXDEXTS:
'J. D. " will have to stay with ds anotb
Al, "What is ambitionl" can not be
knew n for several days to come. We be
gin to feel very much at home, among our
numerous good correspondents. They are
of the right stamp, and we surely will wel
come Fan Taz, $c to our goodly fellowship,
but one thing will be required, and that is,
yoUjOiUBt send the printer your Dictionary.
Celebbatiom. The Colored people will
hold a celebration atCadiz, on the 1st day
fJrSee advertisement in another column
of " Canvassert Wanted."
... ODbed Scott Decision, with the full
report of each of the Judges.
Hugh SIillee'e Testimony of the Rocks,
together wih a number of new works, just
received and for sale at the Chronicle Book
(We will next week publish the speech
of Senator Tkcmbull, of Il.inois.at Spring
field, in reply to Senator Douglas. It is
the ablest and most convincing speech
we have read for many a day, and we be.
speak lor it a careful perusal. Judge
Trumbull drives the nail deep into Doug
las's coffin, and that of the Democratic
(TCr Lhables Barkabd sent the Committee
on Summer Fruits some of the finest
specimens of turrants we have ever seep
They were the May's Victoria.White Dutch,
Common Red, Red Dutch, Black Victoria.
and Cherry. Some of tKe latter measured
one and a-quarter inches in circumference
This is wbat might hare been expected, for
Charley is generally a little ahead of ev
OGodey's Ladies Book for August, is
on out Table. It is ao excellent number,
and usualy mere than welcome to our Sanc
tum. The contents or the number are False
Pride, the Lost Diamonds.tbe Birds of the
Poeta,the Tallow Family in America, Old
Shoes, Box of Blocks, to ALicE.with a Bo
quet,Acc. Would you know your dutyl
Go and subscribe for Godey.
OrWe call attention of our Readers to
the following New Advertisements in to
Stork & Thomas, selling at greatly re
duced prices. -
FUIISEKBERG & HcLLIHEN's.
Notice of Stockholders, of the Central
hio Rail Road.
'Ejxsertor's Sugar Grove Nursery.
. OCT 1 common article in the print
ing office, and the printers think of it with
perfect horror. But not so with the Pie
we got the other day. The "Boys" would
want one like it every day. They can't get
!one praising the lair Loydsville Ladies
who so kindly remembeied us, and we don't
blame them, for let us tell you it was super-
Doctor, we hope your Strawberry apples
vmy last forever, and may they frequently
i,be knocked into Pie. Young man, do you
want a wife! then go to Loydsville, and be
quick, lor we aa scarcely keep one of the
"Boy" in the office, so anxious is he to be
OCT" Fan Taz Maj gor I. A." says "to the
uninitiated we would say that the seldom
gets time to g3 more than half a square from
home," therefore we should have assistance
in "getting up locale." To the initiated
ice would say we do need a local, but not so
bad here as elsewhere. In our sister city
of Bridgeport, for instance, where fights.
law suits, R. R. accidents, etc., are every
day occurrence, there is a fine field for
locals. Whataays "Fan Taz Maygor I
A." to locating there! An ancient poet
was once insulted by a lady, .but see how
gracefully he forgave her:
-A lady once told me, and in her own home.
She did nut fnr mim three Skins of louse.
. I lorcaTe tbe dear creature for wbat tbe bad caid.
r or ladies will talk ofwbatruM in men ueau."
We freely forgive the "dear creature" for
Riot. Last night the quiet of our town
was disturbed by strange sounds and strange
scenes. Boys and men, and men and boys
were hurrying hither and thither and among
them was a man we wen't say who, but he
was 'in liquor' pretty deep. The last that
was beard from him, he had been petty deep
' in a JwelJ contiguous to the eleam mill, an
came out with the determination to leave
town in tbe morning, we guess the 'boys
cava kirn a free pass.
They next visited a learned gent about
tx feet in his boots. 1 ney did Pot get him
into the well, but they emptied near a well
of water on his premises, and it is likely the
cooling beverage quieted for a time the
pints. In this case they acted very rudely
breaking tbe poor man's window.
(v-Jebe Williams, of the Woodsfield
Spirit, dropped into our sanctum this after
noon. The Locofocos of Monroe talk of
sending Jere to Columbus to make laws
for the people, and we confess we would
rather see him go there than any Locofoco
we know of. May his shadow never grow
Wat. Tatb, formerly a resident of this
County, was most brutally murdered on bis
own premises near Keokuk, Iowa, on Wed
nesday July the 8th. It would seem that
Asbbew Twxedt (the murderer) had tried
to Ehut a road through part of his farm, for
tahiehVr Tits had a deed. A law suit
was the resulted Tweedy was cast.which
so incensed him, that he has carried a pis
tol ever since for the avowed purpose of
shooting Mr. Tate He had frequently
blocked the road with brush, logs and rails,
had thrown down the fence and let the cat
tle into the grain fields, and various other
depredations which Mr. Tate bore.thinking
that his spite would soon be satisfied; but
it grew the worse the less the notice was
taken ot him. On the day the fatal occur
rence transpired, Mr. Tate bad gone to a
neighbors house on some business, on re
turning, found Tweedy again tearing down
his fence, when the following altercation
took place, as quoted from a letter sect to
bis friends in this vicinity. "Mr. Tatb said
what in the world Tweedy are you destroy
ing my fence for? In return Tweedy said,
damn you, I'll put you out of that soon, and
with that be threw tbe axe, from him, drew
a revolver,and fired but missed him.the sec
ond shot was the fatal one, the ball striking
him. on the right side, at the pantaloons
pocket, passed through his bowels and
lodged in the left side, between tbe skin
and flesh, a third shot striking his right arm,
burning hi6 clotheB, but otherwise doing
but little damage. Mr. Tate was able to
get home where he lingered until Friday
morning in great pain. Tweedy -made no
secret of the act, but rather boasted :hat he
had shot Tate. He was arrested and got
out oa bail, to appear for trial at the coming
court. Mr. Tate was 48 yeir3 of age.leaves
a w ife and lour children, together with
numerous friends in Iowa, and this county,
to mourn his loss. He was a man of known
integrity ,& of a quiet peaceable demeanor,
a good neightor and one respected by all
who knew him.
Horrible Murder. BELLAIRE, 18th July , 1857
Dear Chrosicle: The 'heated term'
still continues, Mhe dog star rages,' and
'all the world, and rest of mankind' sveutsj
excepting always those lucky occupants of
the Arctic regions, who are never troubled
abtfut the heat. By the way, this would be
a capital time fur poor Lady Franklin to get
recruits for another expedition in search of
On Friday last our town was the medium
of the transportation' of the aggregated
municipal wisdom of the cities ot St. Louis,
Cincinnati and Chillicothe. to Baltimore.
They went we presume toeit (if possible)
at Baltimore as much as the Baltimoreaiis
eat off from them in the late excursion.
President Bro ks,B. &. O. R. R., sent them
polite intimation, (vulgo-k im) that their
isit was ill-timed, but ail would not do.
'hey were bent on going, and go they did.
This thing of getting up excursions on Rail
Roads, lor the exclusive beneit of hotel
keepers, is a stupendous Jtiumbug, purely
mencan, it is true, but nevertheless a
uiubug. The Cincinnati Commercial,cty
properiy styles the present one, 'a thousand
tie aead head drunk.- The great thorough
fare came very near having its 'solution o!
continuity' destroyed at this point, but the
train on the B. &. O. R. R. waited some
ight or nine hours, seemingly anxious to
accommodate such a preponderance of alder
Allow me to congratulate you on your
orrespondects who so liberally supplied
you last week. 1 was sorry my humble
scribbling was not on hand to be dignified
by being issued along with such a goodly
company. You are wrong, however in attri
buting iis delay to Uncle Sam; I gave it to
friend to deliver to you, aud I suppose, he
The :iver is now nearly the altennuated
stream, 'Robert J. Walker some years ago,
represented it. He said it was froze up for
six months ol the year, and dried up tbe
other six. Boats are still plying up and
down, but unless 'something happens,' (and
something hardly ever does happen,) they
must soon stop.
An excursion train went from here to
Barnesville yesterday, to enable all persons
who desire it to attend a protracted meeting
of the Baptist (Campbellite) church in pro
gress in that place.
Hoping the present article may arrive
more than the last, I am
BARNESVILLE, July 20, 1857.
'Keep cool' should now be he motto for
the people.when the mercury stands at 90
in the 6bade, and Old Sol is pouring his
corchiug .-ays upon the parched ground
Such has been the state of affairs here tor a
week past, and we feel like trying Sidney
Smith's experiment, of 'taking off our flesh
and setting in our bones to cool.' With
such a temperature, business must neces
sarily be dull.and as our two principal crops.
Wheat and Tobacco have been shipped
further operations in the produce line will
We .are pleased to learn that tbe wheat
prospect in this region is very promising,and
our farmers will be in the midst of harvest
this week, and the best of all is tbat, at
their very doors, they hate the beBt wheat
market in the Stale no wonder then that
tbe elongated visages and croaking voice
of the sons of the sail give place to cheer
ful faces, for they have a bright prospect
aheaii.and tbe crops, soil and comlort of life
around Barnesville, are unsurpassed.
I am happy to state, that the amount re
quired to complete the new M. E. Church
has been subscribed and the work on the
building will soon commence, and be fur
nished by October. The old house occupied
by the Methodist, has beea purchased and
will be repaired and by the society of Disci
ples as a place of worship. The latter
named denomination it holding a eeriea
meetings here, which have been attended
with success. A number have joined, and
On Saturday last our officers arrested
man named Detwiler, charge with offering
and passing counterfeit money. The 'stuff
was ten dollars bills, purpurting to be of
N. W. Bank of Va., payable at Wellsburg,
Va., there are well executed and are caicu
laled to deceive the best judges. . The fel
low passed one of the notes upon a merchant
and in attempting it again was detected.
The Justice committed him (in default
bail,) but he escaped from the officer, who
had him in charge, at Bellaire, while going
to St. Clairsville. There were several sus
picious circumstances connected with tbe
affair, that cause many to think there were
accomplices of this Detwiler about, as sev
eral of tbe same kind of bills were passed
on the same day. ,
We ate very sorry that he escaped, and
hope the press will hand bim around.
An excursion train of the passenger cars
containing the City Council of Cincinnati
and St. Loui8,en route for Baitimore.passed
through on the C. O. R. R. on Friday last
This 'jollification is intended for a -6et off
to tbe one given by the Marietta and Par-
kersburgh road a few weeks since, and is
designed to show the superior advantage of
the route to the east by tbe Central Ohio
What has become of 'Scrutator' & 'Local-
items.' Your readers here hoped to have
tbe pleasure of hearing and being posted up
on affairs in their parts. May we hear from
Mr. Editor David: You have corres
pondents from all -Turrin parts," why not
trom home? I know that in entering the
columns in which"Tyro," with his ecksrew
sheightinglie Arabian Ni:htUh dreams'
"Hasty," with her elvquent defense of the
right, "A Country Girl," with her cutting
satire, and your erudite Western corres
pondents already "shine and soar," I am
taking upon myself the responsibility of
sinking into nonentity. But I'll risk it.
can't be less known than I am now, and if
by any Javor of the capricious Dame, 1
should attract a passing glance, I shall be
amply repaid for my hours of study and
lamps' full of "midnight oil" used to fit my
effusion for tbe printer. One would think
with such an editor and such a a home cor
respondent could find little to say. But to
the uninitiated we would say, the editor is
s busy booking new subscribers, scolding
the d I, and attending to the other duties
of "the office," he rarely ever sees a "local,"
and the se'dom gets time to go more than
half a square from home. Sa you see my
importance as local is duly established. So
having introduced myself, I shall pioceed
to say a few words and make my bow. Of
course. I can't sty much until I see my wel
come. Another reason, too, the Comet has
scared away or the hot weather has melted
all the news; so we have none, ju6t now.
Walk our streets from one end to the other,
and all we can see is one or two of the cit
izens of "Barnesville City," a ho are rusti
cating here during the hot weather, and
twenty or thirty (more or less) gentlemen
(!) galheied around the many shrines our
town has raised for the worship of "the
drunken god." "Hasty" says a'-dramseller
is ten times worse than a h;ghway robber."
Let her honor old St. Clairsriile with her
literary presence for a little w hile, and she'll
learn to use tbe superlatives thicker than
that. Her poetic heart would ache for the
falk-n state of Belmont's capitol. By your
leave, I'll sometime say another word or
two on this subject.
Don't, "A Country Girl," rfoVi.' How
can tbe poor St. Clairsvilie ladies' stand it!
A few days ago I saw a country girl trying
to squeeze ber work-swelled hand into a
glove too small for "a Miss of twelve," in
order to make it Uook "genleellu small."
Now, if the pity and scorn of one town girl
draws down the withering pen of Miss A. C.
G. on all, don't it naturally follow that if
one country girl is ashamed of the hands
that "help their mother and flirt the dishes,"
that tbey all are!
But I intended merely introducing myself,
now, aud asking if I might occasionally
call in and have a little chat." May I!
FAN TAZ MAYGOR I. A.
N. B. Pardon our want of li-.erary knowl
edge shown in the use of 1. Hereafter ice'll
Mr. Editor: I see in your !sst issue a
flattering notice of your visit to the public
school of our village. On the evening- of
the 3J ot the present month, there was an
exhibition of the literary societies connected
with it. The parents and friends of the
scholars were present en masse, and the
number of strangers in attendance, gave
ample evidence that something was expec
ted; nor were they disappointed, for the per
foimers acquitted themselves creditably
showing by tbe taste displayed in the selec
tion of their declamatory exercises, and b e
the vigorous and clear style of their original
productions that the thorough training they
bave received bas sot been been in vain.
Although the room was so much crowded as
to be uncomfortable, yet good order was
preserved lo the close, and it was remarked
by several of the spectators that they were
never present on a similar occasion where
the au dience was so qu;etly disposed and so
1 understand that it is the intention of the
Board of Education to make a division in
the school, and tbus give a better opportu
nity both to beginners and more advanced
scholars, and that t hey intend to accommo
date such persons of the surrounding neigh
borhood as desire to profit by the advantages
tojbe secured by thi s arrangement.
It is becoming more and mare common
for villages to turnish opportunities for
academical instructed to the youth of thei
several vicinities; and surely there is no
better way lo educate children than to give
l hem the benefit of the home district scboo
an far us it will advance them, and then for
instruction in higher branches to send them
to th e nearest good Bchool where such in
struction is imparted, (for very few single
districts will support a high school.) In
this manner they may become intelligent
men and women.while yet under the watch
ful eyes of parents, avoiding the evil inflti
ences icevitably thrown around the students
of colleges, seminaries, &,c., the consequen
ces of which frequently are so jeplurab'e
Harvest the season for working and
sweating, and whetting, and mowing and
blowing of horns; the lime of a great de
mand lor laborers and small change.of rust-
stained shirts and aching backs, and of fina
rejoicing and thankfulness,-harvest is here.
the hot days that mike one dread to leave
the shade, are a favor to hay-makers, and
great d al of hay of first rate quality is
being housed and stacked. Wheat, too is
tailing rapidly before the scythe, and spite
of the croakings of sorry-visaged farmers,
(of which complaining class I am glad
say we have but few) the crop will be better
than usual, although some late fields are
badly injured by the weevil.
Oats and barley are are uncommonly luxuriant
in their growth, and there will be an
abundant supply;while com, although much
later than usual, is pushing upward rapidly,
and bids fair to gain the lost ground and
Y. L. C.
FLUSHING, July 19
HoraceIGreely has withdrawn the libel
suit against the Burlington Oazette, its Ed'
itors having made a crioging apology, and
publicly granting that its imputations upon
his integrity and honesty were unjust and
CirThe famous steamer 'Buckeye State,'
seven years old last February,.went down
a few days ago for the last lime to be bro
ken up at Cincinnatti. her machinery to be
transferred to a new b-at. In May, 1850,
under Capt. Sam. Dean, she made the cel
ebrated run from Cincinnatti to Pittsburg,
the best time ever made up the Oh:o river
raising the "24 hour pole," placed, v e be
lieve, by the Telegraph No. 2, in lS48,near
the mouth of Little Hocking, and planting
it some six miles above, a short distance
above Parkersburg; a point which no boat
since has been able to reach in 24 hours
from Cincinnatti. The splendid "Union
line" steamers, in 1S23. said they were go
ing to carry the pole to Marietta in 24 hours,
and made attempts at it; but the Buckeye
State still has "the horns," an honor which
her memory w ill probably continue to wear
It onion Register.
GtJ-JoHS Qceiry nd Jasb Qceiry, of
county Antrim,(since married to Gkubb.
probably) who are supposed to live in Rich
land county, are informed of the deuih of
their 6ister, Baebary Qceiry, and that
they, together with Asdrew Qceiry, and
the children of a deceased sister, who reside
in county Antrim, Ireland, are heirs to a
small propertey left by Barbary. in Bel
mont County., Ohio. Tbey will write to
Johs Dubois, St. Clairsville, Ohio., who
has been appointed administrator:
[Newark papers please copy.]
JrJoHS B. Gough is about starting for
Europe. He intends staying there three
Exhumed Fleec. Sixteen of the eighty
seven vessels sunk during the war on the
Black Sea, have lately, been raised and a
number have been since fitted for service
OrThere is to be a National Emancipa
tion Convention at Cleveland, Ohio, on the
25th, 26th and 27th of August, called by
Elihu Burritt, to discuss hissc'ieme for the
peaceful removal of slavery.
CiT'There are P47 prisoners in the Ohio
Penitentiary, the greatest number ever
known to be confined within the walls at one
Well Dose. Among the first acts of
the New York Police Commissioners, after
the submission of Mayor Wood, was to
cause the Liquor Shops to close on the Sab
bath day. Tbe order was generally piompt-
ly obeyed. The order was at least one-
seventh correct, but why not chain the dev
1 all the week!
Baltimore, July 2 0 . The grand banquet
to the Western visitors, came off this eve
ning, in the Maryland Institute. The hall
is elegantly decorated and the galleiies are
crowded with ladies. The tables make a
magnificent appearance. The Maror presi
ded. Speeches from Mayor Swan, P. White,
dfBaltimore.Gov. Chase, of Ohio, Daniel
M. Barringer, of N. C. Judge Prudin, ol
Cincinnati, and others. The cost of the
banquet is over six thousand dollars.
RUTLAND, Vt., July 17.
The Democratic State- Convention mtt
her to-day, four hundred delegates present.
Resolutions were adopted sustaining Buch
anan's adminietration, and approving if the
Dred Scott decision, and the course of Gov.
Walker in Kansas; advocating te repeal
of the prohibitory law, and directing that
an address to the people of Vermont be pre
pared. A resolution of respect to the mem
ory of the late Win. L. Marcy was also
adopted. Willis Lyman was nominated as
the candidate for Lieut. Governor, and J.
Thurston for Stute Treasurer.
MILWAUKIE, July 16.
The Minnesota Constitutional Conven
tion met at Si. Paul on the 14th inst.
Fifty-nine Republicans were present
The Democrats, forty-four in number, orga
nized in aseperate convention in the Coun
cil Chamber. II. A. Shelby presiding.
Each convention drafted a constitution.
The Republicans intend to remain in ses
sion night and day,in order to retain posses
sion of the halls.
UTICA N. Y., July 20.
William Speers a tornur inmate of the
New York State Lmatic Asylum, has been
arrested on suspicion of firing the building
"Woodland Ceeam." A Pomade fro
beautifying the Hair highly perfumed, su
perior to any French article imported, and
for half the price. For dressing Ladies
Hair it has no equal, giving it a bright glossy
appearance. It causes Gentlemen's Hair to
curl in the most natural manner. It re
moves dandruff, always giving the Hair the
a ppearance of being fresh sbumpooed
Price only fifty cents. None genuine un
, FETRIDGE &. CO.. New York.
Proprietors of the Balm of a Thousand
Flowers." For sale by all Druggists.
UTICA N. Y., July 20. Married.
On the evening of the 8th of July, 1837 by the
Kev. John a. Uraham, ft. w. Orirro.1, t3q., and
Miss Maegt. F.Hjz.'Ett. all of Belmont Co. .
July 8th by the Uev. T. A. Grove, Mr. Job's G.
IH( HlRAHi. tO IIlfSlAXCV ATLT, boiu ol i-cl
mom Lo. Ohio
ST. CLAIRSVILL MARKT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY JOHN JEPSON, GROCER,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Juyl 22.
Ureen V bbl. S2..t!I
Dried 9 ba 1,73
lleans, white j,m
Bacon Hams. 1M
Sides 1 1
Butter 9 lb 121
Cooplbaue Buckets Ma
Cheese, V K Hi
Hour 7,7; j
Kish MncK'l.fbbi l.i.ui
Featheis 9 t ,73
Gkain Oats, ,S0
liny V ton h'-'Ol
Laid ,12 1-;
Lead Ic nhoi IOCS 12
iiew Orleans, gaL 84
Soar Casiile flV
Salt-Cos rs ft
30'iSl-oar-N. O. ,
N.o. i.u. 1:1
l'tA-Y. II. 02(387 1
Nails 9 keg 8 4 9d U,S1
WHEELING RETAIL MARKET.
[CORRECTED WEEKLY BY THOBURN & HADDEN,
GROCERS, 43, MAIN STREETS.]
WEDNESDAY, July 22, 1857.
Corn 9 bu. 70ubttl()nts
Buttt-r 9 B Mnl-Ot'otntws
Kujfs 9 doz llnl;-litaiiburtics
Cherries per. qr 6oB
9 lu. 41CPM
Join Meal pur bu 1,00
per qr. 15
WEDNESDAY, July 22, 1857. WHOLESALE MARKET.
WHEELING, July 22, '57.
" Extra 1,507 ,7b
Shoulders per b loin II
Uurley bu. I00U1,25
oorn, 9 bu. bo
I Irib. 9 bu. 40b4
Kye, per bu. 100
i unottiy llaj 10,00
'PHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
J CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD COM-rTT
PAW are hereby notified tbattbe annual meel-5z
iue fur the election ol Uiineftn Directors to serve the
entuins year, and for the transaction of such other
buainess as m-T be presented lo ibe meat ins. will be
beid at tbe office of tbe Company tbe SSib day of
August urn. jOa general attendance is requested.
. wjftto, eec-y.
ZsncjTille. July 20, 16ST. . ; jyS3;d
V. r. RXDIHCUO, K. D. A V. BCLUHK.f.
a. r. bcxuhes.
FCNDEXBERG & UILL1IIOS,
DR. 8. r. UULUHEN.
OFFICE, No. 131, Fourth street, near tbe
Presbyterian Church. QiaWV
Manufacture TEE1 U expressly for eachUXli
particular case. Full sets of Teeth, or any parta rf
sets niaae witn Artincial tums. ibetium la made
in one cnutinuous or solid piece the cost is tbe
same lor leeth with or without Uums.
Wheeling, July 23. Mil. jyiatf
G OLD EX BEE-HIVE STORE.
OTONE &. THOMAS will commence to
s sell their en ire stocfi or
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
at GREATLY REDUCE" PRICES some at cost.
and fcuaii at to per cent, less than cost, vie wish
to make a clean svvtep ol all of our immense stuck
ol goods iuthis liue. euibraciue tbe tiutst stock of
Rich Dress Goods,
AiftXTlI.LAS, bhawi.s, SCARFS, etc., we erer
O.fered fur custoiue s. In this stock are many Hutu
luer Bilks, Tissues, Rubes, ileraauuis, Ducaut, iiuu
net a ate. Ac.
l-l'lease calland examine for yourgetres.
bTONK at TUOA1A3.
Wheeling. July S3, 1637 2m
FEW COMPETENT AGENTS
wanted for the Comprehensive Geo-raubr
aud Hi'tory, Ancient ana jsoiieru, oi iue world;"
by 8. G. Goodrich. (Peter Parley); handsomely bound
and prolosely luostratea. rrice J. oolil only by
Agents, lu waoni rare utauceuirms are onesea Aa
dress, J. U. COLTO.V A. CO..
jyltt No. 173, William street, N. Y.
JAMES EDGERTOR. JOHN EDGEBIDN
Fruit and Ornamental
1 HE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD RES-
i pect roily inform the public that xhej have
rorineii a narinerauip unaer
the title of J. Jt J- Kiitferion,
formerly J a. Edseruiu.) for
the purpose of carry. uf on, in
all its branch, aud on an ex
tensive scale, tlie buaiiiess of
These Nurseries are situate
ii.tiL South of BvneftviHe.
Convenient vu uie viuiai vuiu nnnrusa. vnu atv
well niocked with ouug nursery articles or all kinds,
iucludine Fruit. Ornamental and Evergreen Trees
and 8liru!r9, Ro-e. Vin a, oic, &c.
They ffei assured thattitey can give as pood atis
faction to all who have not more money than
6tj& they know wbat to do with, as an eastern
pedler.aitd at great deal less cost. We would
assure our frieuds tbat the fame tare ir the
propagation and fillinff orders that has heretofore
characterized the establishment, will be still carried
JIT-catalogues sent free on receipt of a penn)
amp- tsend and get one jya.vH.
Slate of Ohio Belmont County, SS.
jVJ OTICE is hereby given.that the follow -
injr named Executors, Administrators and
Guardians have iled their accounts and vouchf-rs in
my Oliice lor setlemeiit. to wit:
Jacob ttollowar, uuaruian ot nacuei Ann iiuuu
Jesse Emnree, AUiu r oi marv ricKen.ig. oec u.
Famuel W. Stun ley. Ex'rof Ann Pideon. decM.
Wiitiam Warmck and Solomon Uentley, AdmVs
with the will annexed of Phillip Ault. dee'd.
James W. Frazier, Guardian ol miiiaui j..josepn
and Rebecca A. 1'ickonnt.
John C'.Brou n, Au.'rof John Brown, decM.
alary and B. L. alott, Adm'r of llenry H. Mot!,
Thomas Mite.ietl. Adm r de bonis non Willi tue
will aoiiexl of l'hilli Barnett, dee'd.
John 11 Piper. Adm'r d- bums uon with the wilt
annexed of Thomas Barrett, dee'd.
Lenry Floyd. Adm'r ot M Kline I Kloyd, deed.
C. B. Beeks, Guardian of Nancy Beek, an insane
I'. D. oeeks, uuaruian oi narnei n . dwip.
The lirst Inur above named accounts will b-9 for
bearins and settlement on the 6th, and the next f iur
the th,and the four lastonthethdaysol August
next DAVID HAKKIS,
July lGih, 1857. probate juuse.
TKE THDKaUGH SitEO H0.S
IN CHAKuJS Of LEW lis KANSUM
I wiU be krnt at the stahle of the NATIONAL
HOTEL. Hi. t;iairtlle, lor nimuc service sunn;
iiiil'illKeusn cjimueiiciiiK July 1-. I'M', li
the season and & to uisure ou the s&me couuiuous
as the Murine reason.
Vi For l euieret-. &c. nplv to Dr. Alexander Or
lliraui reiiniiiio", 1 !. i"11, jj
Sale oi' Ileal Estate by Order ol
l IN THUKblJAi, lilt. Ultl JJAl
orAuEiist. 1?57. at 1(1 o'clock a. a., on the
nreniitts. will lie sold lo the builicst biddt-r. the fol
lowing real estate, as the properly ol Joi n Creenle:,
accessed, lo wit: ran oi me is. . qr. oi eecuoii i.
Tu. ti, R. 4, in BuliuonlcOHuly, Ohio, coiilaintii? 441
acies, more or Ices, neine; the pioperty occupied by
aid John Greenlee at tbe time of his death, more
particularly described in the petition lor the sale ol
tiiesame in the Probate Court of said county. A
praised at a 3.21X1 UU. Terms made known on the
dayofsale. VM. tvii.ivinaun, sr..
jylblw AUin r o I juun isreemcc, ucc u.
r 'HE BED CHAMBER Of ;THti
I subscriber, liv ins mi Martinsville wasentcred
on Friday nmht. May loth, lr. by a person or per
sons unknown, and took I rum his possession a
mlnrd at S 1 15 hunter's case, handsomely carved
u- hue Imi-.i. ntannlailurrd bv Joseph Jonston No. 25.
Church stieel. Liverpool. Number 2U!4. The min
ute hand was broken oil' a few days before it was
stolen. He had also taken lrom his pocket a
containmr valuable papers and about 50 dollars, prin
1 lie above rewaro win ie givvn ii mc piuprny is
retutned, and double the above amount fnr me pro
perty and thief. I. WtUUlB.
Martinsville, juuc jutu, i . j'
Miller PenniDgton's Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given tiat the sub
scriber has been appointed and qualified as
Executrii of the lest twit and testament or Miner
Pennington, late of Belmont county, deceased. All
uersons knowine themselves lliueotea to seiu ei-iau-
are requested to make immediate payment, ani all
persons haviuc claims aeaiust the same are desired
lo present lueui lor allowance aua settlement witn-
out delay. ,
laled at CI. ciairsvilie.iuis pui nay oi jui.r.
JANE VV. I'ENMNUToN, Executrix.
OTIt E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at the Probate Court for Belmont county, the
undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Atl-
minirttrator of the estate ol v illiaiu uurr, late oi
Ucl-uont county, deceased.
Aii those indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those havnc claims
against said estate are notified to present Ui-'ui lor
settlement wilhiu one year lrom llusnaie.
Jc-.'5'i MILTON J. BURR, Adm'r.
Tti Slate of Ohio Rclmont County, SS
X' OTICE is hereby piven, that llie fol
1 low ins named F.lecutors, Administrators anil
Guardians, have h'td their accounts and vouchers in
my oliice lor sell lenient. In wit:
Nathaniel Tay lor. Adm'r of Klixalieth Taylor, dec
John rollock, l.x r ct jonn w iiey.uer-n.
JriMHih I'ablwell. Uuarilian ol r-usati Spillman.
Joseph P. Arnck. Ad "r ol Mary Ann Tyson, dec
William Kemioii. Guardian ol Josei.hus Uisll.
Allrn'Buud, Adiu'rde bums nou of iuicou Laish-
ley. dec d.
James N. Turner Adm'r ofThomas Beck .dix'd.
itutrt ration. Ailm'r ul David I'atton. dee'd.
Win. Caldwell and J. Kn bree, Adm'ra of Hanincl
MahUn B. Hatcher. Adm'r of Robert balfant. die,
Joseph R. Craw lord and Julialiu .McMillan, Amu r
nflr. I .U..lill.,ii ilcr'd
Win. MiCiatken, Adm'r of William McCaskey
dee'd. . .,
linnrv lan.n AHiuVof Matilila Kcoles. dec d.
James Weir and John Orr. JJx'rs ol Mecl Smith
Robert I.yle and Robert Tanuej hill, Ex'rs of Win.
Jhn Ault Arim'r jf Frederick Ault.decd.
Epbraini tuoni breaker and James liladden, Ex'rs
01 James T. liranlell, nee a
1 ..is l li.ll. tiiituian of rlarah Ann Pmittl.
14 K. ami A . Davis. Auili'rs ol Jacob I'avis, dee'd
The first lour above named accounts will be lor
hearing and setllemi nt ou lh "th. Hie uext loui ot
itis Belli, he nexl lour on llie !ilh, Ibe i.eit lour on
juih. and the three last on jisi uaj
DA V I II IIAIiKIH,
j Tg Probate Judue
L. F. &. S. BURGESS,
Cleveland, Ohio, Agents.
Sold by FAIRBANKS &. CO.,
189, Broadway, N.Y. jyS57
fPHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR;
sale the property which he now occupies near
St. Clatrsville. Ohio. Tbe dwell. ne is a
cnttase frame. 42x36 feet, tnory twelve feet,
contains seven apaitment, is built of goodMrf
material, and is tin i nod in superior style. The
outbuiUins s'are fctahtinr, earriace house, 4tc. Hie,
land connected with the Itutldmes is live acres, divi
ded into meadow, pasture, orchard and garden. Tue
orchard contains about fi tt Apple Trees, coiuprisine
various kinds, irom tue earnem 10 ine latest; twenty
trees of natural Peach, and eighty ol the finest vari
eties, ripening from Ausust to the last of October,
and in tbe best possible condition. Thi card en eon-
tains a choice variety ol ornamental treesandsHrubs,
currants, varieties of cooseberry. strawberry, rasp
berry, gra;e. pear, cherry, and plum.
fAnv person oesiriue; a retired, comfortable
residence will do well to uok at this property, which
can be examined at any time.
jylbx A l.t, A. 1UUAU.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice U
hereby riven tha at the Probate Court for Bel
moiit county, the undersigned was appointed and qual
ined as Executor of the estate of Abraham Packer.
late of Belmont county, dee'd.
All those indebted to said estate, are requested tc
make mimed iate payment, and those having claim:
against said estate are notuie-i to preseut tiiem lor
settlement w ith in one year trom this date.
jeidj SARAH PACK r-R.
EI.IHIi HOLMXtiSWOFTH, ExVs.
JN'OAV FOR MULIlS.
1 WILL STAND FOR THE SPRING
JL and Fall Reason at my res. deuce, four mi.es Ecl
oi M. Oairfvilie, a very une rjve vear old JACK
which tar eitrt-ls any in this county. Insurance
Ten LoIiars, ir I will aree to tay a certain price
lor me coiu at weauia time.
was aired by an IMPORTED JACK, and is a dark
brown, fourteen hands high. Call and see hi . lie
win siiow lor bunseu.
jtlPI JOSEPH tYOGDM AKPEE, Senr.
J E W lTliTiT "sT 0 11 E.
' i N1IE SUBSCRIBER WOULD IN
1 form the citizens ol T-
CL,Alii iLLtl and vicinity
that he ha ojiened a new
in the rx... former I v occupied
by J. M Parish, and one dr
East oi Hey man's Dry Goods
Store, where he has contaut)y
on baud a neat assortment of
Jewelry Clocks, "Watches, Spoons,
and all other articles usually kept in such stores.
jj r Lettering neatfy noue.
TTT3 Watches and Clocks repaired to order, mtd war
ranted. A. C. ENOCH.
tst. Clairsville, Jim 18, H57.
4 DMIMSTRATOR'S NO 1 ICE.
J Notice is berchy given that at the Probate
Court for Belmort l.outtty, the nndersiened has
been appointed and qualinod as Administrator of the
estate ol John Greenlee.dec'd.late ol Belmont county.
All those indebted to said esta-e are requested to
make immediate paymeul, and those havine claims
against said Estate, are uotitied to present them for
settlement within one rear trom this date.
jelll WILLIAM WILKIgON. J a., Adm'r.
E. G. HOKGAH.J
b. b. cuwes;
MORGAN & CO WEN,
Forwarding ct- Commissi m Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
Castings, Iron, Nails, &c.
Kien coii3tantlvn henil a eeneral assortment of
everyiltiitc In their line, lucli tney will sell at the
lowest V IIOl.EBAI.K PCII ES.
Ylj.M.. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATENDED ZTO
For Bale at J. VI
DR. STABLER'S, .Anodyne Cheiry Ex
pectorant, t:ie best Consh Medicine in use.
For laical COLLINS' Drugstore
DR. FREDERICK KLETT'S Worm
destroyer Snear Plumbs, has been fullv tested.
and are jw 6f lieved lu be the Itent worm destroyer iti
the World. Vot sale at COLLINS lru-store.
way 14 . st. CUiruvilie. Ohio.
MOWER AXD REAPER.
E would recommend all those who
with a machine for the harvest of 57 to
nply to their regular aunt, A. W. TACfi A BT fur
iittormatioit, who if now ensascd in hipiiig nia-
hiues, and be will lurn.su you with oue ot
J. iLinny's Improved Reapers and
a? we can hijrhlv recommend them to the farmers as
he re-l inachtiiei fur all tlie purposes considered tha1
is now in ue. W e have used them tfunns the pat
harvest as well as seen them ueii. and we can satcly
pay from tlie experience we have had of the machines:
nev aic the onlv ones we would purchaite. bigned
John Cole, Wui. Ke d, Es4i.. Wm Crotkev. Hexiu
elll . ai.ml P. Kaster. J. I. ltiLter, ueoree Ia
rart Ii. VV. Mansfield. J. V. 7j.ima, JanicS Tajsart,
V in. arrisun, Joseph' .a kins, John liainsey, .am
uel andley aud Daniel Welch.
Address A. VV. TAGGART,
iopedale, Harrison county Ohio
For anv in form si ion in lesnml u Uf. above, euuuire
a the Banking ioiibe .i lieziu vvcxb . Co.
mak.l.!ui ' "
Commercial and Mathematical
COM lit S, oilaO.
SpirndiJ Inductmenls lo thoie uho whh to
attend a Commercial Ccueye.
ryo THOSE WHO ENTER MY IN-
8TITUTB. or remit me S."U. and thus eeenre
GUARANTEE M-AuLABi'.Pti, any time before
the let day ol next Sepieniber . can. upon completing
a thorough cvurseof loulle Putty Book keeping anil
us coiiaucraj ttranriics. secure lucrative cmpwy
men is in commercial or Uaukius livue as Account
ants with in ninety days alter thrir graduation, or else
tney will ne indemnified to the lull aiuouutoi tue sum
paid lor tuition, and thus realize
Free Tuitiou, or Lucrative Situations.
Graduates from this Institution art now lillins re
sponsible and lucrative position as Cashiers. Book
keepers and Kaiiroau wince cktks, in ainereiu sec
tions of the country, and are beiue preferred by busi
ness men to Graduates of any other Aiercantiie Col
lege, yence the above unparalleled inducements
which nothing but the great Superiority ol my in-
sirvction and through tram 1114 of my students for
business file wou id warrant.
The Principal of this Institution hat hem m prac
tical account for m iovger yertvd tkan an mtUer
jeaeaer tn fas Western euuntrtf.
AddrS6 the undersigned tor further particmars,
mat!! V. i.UXMilAi.
EFFi RT WOOLEN SiLLS,
f 3 HE unlersii;ned having thoroughly re-
JL paired the alrove mill, take this method of in
form ing their customers and iIip public generally
that thuy are prepaired to manulat lure all kiutls ot
goctis usually made in the vtctU. Particular atleu
tiou will be paid to
Roll Carding, Spinning & Weavin
Persons liv ins nearer Barnesville than endrys-
burg, can Irr their wool atth ottice 01 11. Mccart
nev. opitosili! the store o J. Bradiield, fi&rnesviile.
where we wiU return their work wiiiioutexlracharge-
and all worJt done hy us will be warranted.
We wou id can the attention ui ainiciiAM is ann
oilier, to' our larre stock of goods, consisting ot
Blankets K to III quarter wide, Persian Cloth, Cassi
meres, and Satliueii of various colors ana mixtures,
Plaid t' I an uel oi varinu s tatterns and colors, and mock
ing Yarn in endless variety, allot which they will sell
low for cash or woj
iryTlmiikliil ior past favors, we would ask a con
Initiation ul' the rame
MrCMRTXEY st M 1 K.
LAND Full SALK
y FARM curiairiing' 77 acrs of first
"V rate land. It ing in Warren Towii!h:n. ton
miles East of Itarnexv iHe, nn the road leading 10 Mor
rtston 11. and "lie itnle from the Cential Ohio Kail
ICoad. is Ueird lor vale on accommodating terms
7'hc Kind is aino.u the let tu the neightKirhooii, with
Two Story House, Largo Burn, Out
Houses, Orchard.?, Sc.
The situation is one of the mot teantiml and drsira
hie kind. Potcsin can be given hi nev-r dt-iied.
'ercoiis wirhiiig to nurcttse can call on tn sub
srnbers who nave aioHtiiT Parm ol aKiut N3 acres,
3i miles lioiu Barnesville, nr saie on easy term.4.
Barnesville, May I-'jT. (tna-
Ii L M 0 I A ii .
JAMES A . RINKEB
"L OL'LT unnounce to the public that
he has taken the room formerly occupied
by James Thump"', on the corner ot Main and
r t Marietta treet. where lie will niji N--t'Acv'P
')' tuiouier withavaru-t ol
Con sibling iu part olthe following articles:
Shovels, Bpades. Hoes, Forks. Askes, Oueensware
i;iiware. Hardware, NutiuecM. Mace, iaiuner. Mus.
tard, Hhoeblackiuy and tiru.hes. I.uckrts, Tuls.
Washltoards, dli, Karthenwartt, Starch, Tobacco,
ShuiI', Nails, ritw-potius, flour, Cornmeal, aud in
tact, evertliiutf u-ually krpt in a well .annulled
4irotery sioie. All oi which will be dtspostd of toi
Ca.,11 or Country I'ruiluce. ,
linn i on ymr Oats, Cor and Bacon, and I will
live Fislifciusar.andCoiree,arhap as any in
town. JAMtitf A. KlKatR.
STORE GREATLY ENLARGED
STONE & THOMAS
pleasure io saying that they hive now opea for their' entire
JL Slock of "
Spring and Summer Dry Goods, Millinery Good,
Compiisinf by many thousand dollara. a laraer stock than thy baro vr bafora broagbt xm Wtacalaig.
To acconiUHxiata their rapidly iagraasm- trade, thty have beeu oliltged to tuaJto
Large Improvements ia the entire Store House,
Having addetl thirty fret to their main store room, which ia lighted by a fnperb Sky Light, so arraag4 aa
to ciTe them tlie lw.i lighted andone of the largest stor. rooms in the city, lacy hava aJso aaiabas) Ussat
tecoDd and third stories for aaie rooms, anicularjy adapted to sale of
Carpeting and Piece Goods,
Which with their nasement story which they have nscd as a sales rooms for Mpier foods' for the past
two years, gives tlif-iu a store, eqnat in capacity to one room 340 feet lone ly 51 leet wide being eearly aa
larce as any other three retail bonsee is) tlie city, and equal to aiauy of the nrat claae Jobbiuga ta Use
East in relation to our sum k we would say tlial it ie
Far Superior 'to any Tre hare ever Leiore brought to Wheeling.
Costinr mere than fifty thousand dollars.
V invite particular attention to cnraiock of FIXE DRRS9 GOODS, which wethink le sarpaeeod bf
none in the est. tur clock ol IL.ki$ alone hrinc niore than ten thousaud dollars, embracing every.
ihine desiraMe in that line Our stock of FINE SUMMER KAHKlrs is surpassingly grand, embraeiawi
EOBESOF KIOBEsr BTYI.KS, TISSUES. HEHNANIS. TAJIARTINES. CHEN ADI N BS, DU0A1,,
(HAI.I1ES. PEfl'ANGS. IRAB UK GI.ACIE ANU OMBRE fllAUEl) COOliS ol the finest qaallty.
BWIPPES JAIIINEIS ANI CIIIKil ZES, c. WE t'Ol'BT EXAMINATION A Nil CHALLENOgl
CO.MFKV'U'ION IN CiUM.ITV UUATITV AM) PI H E. We have added lo our nock a eapsa
stock of OAPE7'lNO, HLGa, Oli. CLOTUS, WINDOW SUAljES, etc. to whick we iBTila yutlculal
Our Wholesale Rooms
Are fitted ap with special lew to the wants of the tradeand aie PLEASANT AND WELL tlslTBIe
And our stock will be lOund to compare utrorably with any in the trade. Moat of oar FTA PLCS having,
been bought t nett prices with cash. We are prepared tu offer to persona, buying WITH tAH kn
ducementa touud in no boueea that buy upon long time. Our .
Stock of Millinery Goods, Bonats, Bonnet BIocks, etc,
Is as full end varied as any in the West, and to the trede we still sell at Eastern pVlcee- Car stock e
SHAWLS ANU MANTILLAS is by far the largest and most desirable we ever had, and we pledge oar.
selves lo offer H ARGAIN 'S never before seen in Wheeling. Our siouo ia still, "small proata end gaiet
sales" -no trouble lo show goods."
Remember th sign of the uulue.h bebuivc.
ASTOMSHINGVND ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE
BUT STILL A FACT!
At 123, Main Street, Wheeling, Ya.,
1,000 yds Beraee PeT.ainea
worth 15Jc. at c
15 at 111
Fine French Lawns
t,-.'J at 37 i
5 at 45
i,M) Embroidered Collars, from 121c op; the largest
assortment auu cneapesicvcr uiuuui w w ucei.
SCO Parasol' verv low. Together with other bar
gains never belur offered.
i call ILe esoeciai attetilion of tlie Trade to a sulen-
tlid stock o I .M illitiary Gootis, such as Uminets, both
Straw and Silk. Bonnet frames oleverv kind. Straw
Gimp, Boitnet Bortli-rsand plain llrillilies. Klowers.
SKirl. Net, Liuen. Capes, etc. AH of which I will
sell at Eastern Jobbing prices, as 1 buy direct lrom
I am able lo sell to the very closest Trade, whose
patronage I invite. I4 A A C PRAGER,
aiiruiy fliin-. " ht-!i-. ,.
S. J. ABBOTT,
BOOT &SH0K MIRER,
Main Street, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio,
(OrrostTk J. W. CoutJs' Decs Sroar.)
HAS just received a large stock ol ready
'd . -A.
BOOTS & SHOES, f$l
which be will sell on reasonable terms. we
He ia als j prepared to tnanutacture all work, in
tiix line witli tiiapaicb, and ia lUe latest style.
in a ll
MUblC AND MUSICAL
IN STRU METS.
flRTH, FOND & CO., 547 BROAD-
iustromeutti, aiul publisliers oX lit.ei uiuaiic.
Superior Sax Horns and Cornels,
With iiston and rotoVy valves. Thene iiurtr-mewts
are all ol our own make and are m-ar rattled vr uo sale.
Prices kent o:t applitation by tetter. A litteraJdia
cout.t in lcaoer aiid tt-acbeis laiifLf, who are
queetui tu act as a-euis.
We bave matle Fianos for tuirtv years, and will
puarraniee every iustruuieut t uur luaae. frite
lruui tfiia tu $1,W4.
of our own make, from beautiful n alio? any and Rose
wood. Trices, wilU case, from U to
Sheet jVIubic and Musical Works,
OurcaiaUxue lock of American and Foreigb mudic
is very eitenive i.'atalosuetf scut, trery inJtruiniit
or article ol muitai merchandise can be found in
uur stock- laiers, Teacliera, Bcnoois and banus
FIRTH, POND & CO. SI? Broadway, N. T.
Between the St. NiCkulu aud Netropolitau Hotel,
BROADWAY GOLD PEN
M 4 Nil FACT CO.
Office Ko. 335 Broadway, New York.
FOURTH QCaBTERLY SALE OF GOLD ABO
SILVER WATCAES, GOLD WATCH CHAIltd,
LOCKETS, BRACtLETS, ItC. kC.
LIST OF RETAIL PRICES OF PEXS ifC
;old Hen 5l,H 4-othic MammonUi do jUU
Gold len and Silver
Gold fen and double
ex-S liver uldeia
MdiiiiuiouLti do. do.
Leviathan do do.
Fountain Fen, Deak,
Leviathan and Box
O oil tic Silver Cue
iOUlU 1UW1I Ilblia
3,0W " 7'ooUi and Ear
3,00 Pencil, Watch Key,
4.0U) and Tooth Pick
5,U0 LaUies Gold Pencils
tt.do) with pen
.U),Geiit'sGold Cases and
4.0ui Gothic" 1
And all other kind ol styles at the retail prices
To the purchasers of our pens we present a num
beted Ticket on every dollar woith purchased. which
eutitied the bo liter, by an extra payment of z& cents
on eat h ticket, to a premium vary me in value from
$1 to ;$luu ThMteiiiieui cuiisitH oi various article
vl Jewelry ,vix: Gold and Silver Watches, Goblets,
Silver Fruit Basket.. Gold Guard, Chain lor ladies.
Lockets. Bra eiet,Geuts Gold Fob and Vest Chains.
7 himli!es, Bieaitiputo, Ear lfii, btuds. Knur, Cms
es, tc. Vc M Huiie ol w h icb iell for ic iLau une dwl
lar. C'Hintry purcitatrs may rely ou heinas lairly
dealt with, as regards tue prizes as if they theuielvcs
We have been in operation for three years and
thousands have Urns hi oi us, and we have uev-r tvarn
ed that any one was ever ditvatiiitied. This plan af
ferds every op.'oriumiy ol obtaining scold watch or
souie aiticleol Jcweii) . for a tririiux Mini. All our
pens, pencil caea, Ac, are utanufacutred by oursetvr
with great care, and we o ler them at iriciely tlie
ianie prices asked in all other tore iutht,ily
To.atieuts we wilier the must advaulaueous otters, and
any enei-etie i-ersoii cau do well by wurkiuj; tor u.
We witfliaveuu in every plate iu the country, and
person whu would like to lieu nine such will plt-ae to
aud-s us, ard we will srud tiK-'W printed cirtuiara
ol prices, tentti. stc We bave no slated pcrimn. lor
di9irbutuu . The hHiiovtit a pn turcbae i, the
liuuhascr is cnliiU-d to icktive his preiuium ou pay
niMit is I Scents extra.
,l orders by uimi) 1hmiI,i be a.Mt?-ed
MEtiiilVK. JM.VIUA DEA.,
335 Uronilwuy Sew York. -K
B Gold Pens renointcd in a superior manner.
Enclose fhepenand 5 cenls in P. . stami s, ami
tbe pen will be tepoii.tcd and relumed pot .aid.
.... ..r-.. n. i. .1 v Ht im t i
l ISS REUF.kA l'.h.WLT offers l.er
III scivicesto tlie Lauies Ol n. ciairsvine
v,...i.,lir . . a Jreiut maker.
Mie isdelerniiurd to meet the wishes ol all who
patronise her Paiticular atlrutiou will be siven to
Culling ai.d Fitting Dresfcs.
She respectfully solicits tlie i iltuu.pe of tlwe dc-
siring a. tiling in her line.
IP 7 Room oue door Last ul Al-botl's Shoe Stora.
lo the Cuilitorsol'Jauob bat , dee'd.
4 kN tin- 12i!i,!ay of May A. 1). isj7, the
V Probate Court of Belmont counlv. Ohio,
ilec'.ared llie .stale ol Jj. ol. Hall, deceased, to be io
hably, insilvriit; etediiorsare therefore requited to
preeiit their claims against the estate lo Ibe under
iigned, lor allowanc, within sn months lrom the
tiu.e above mentioned, o tliev will not beenlilled to
uaviuent. ISAAC )( uA, Ainu r,
.Hay IU, IK 57 . of J Al OB
- . ri'HlVvllMlvV
0L1) Dll. JAUOli 10V N&LNU b
ARSAPARILLA i considered the beat
0 Medicine now before the Public, as a Purifier of
JnT blood m Kpring and Oummer Coiuplatnu; Eryat-
,i.s sore Ktes. Asthma, Krnptiou of the skin.
1 iver' Cooii.laint. Blotehes, I' itnplee. Sore on the fata
V. ie P..r title b
JAXES W. COLLINS, ft. Clairsville, O,
J. i. T. Mt'.KCEK, Bellaire, O.
l.lPPKNCO'i'l' SON, Morrlstown. O.
HANIKI. MERCER, Uniontown, O. .
JoEtL ELLIOTT, LUiyiiaville.O.
WALL PAPER! ,
ENTIRELY EW STOCK;
We have just receiretf direct Srotatht Eaalara Mmm
oTacturers aud lm porters, a
1'ine Lot of Wall Paper
of every grade and quality. Our stock ia
embracing tbe best New Style and cannot fetlta beam
every oue who examinee it.
Cnr Fplendid Sty k of English Papers, in excellent,
of stock anj beauty ol colorings will defy competi
tion and their prices are very atoderata. That any
person of taste or any one deiroosof cultivating in.
bis family, a love of the beautiful, should cover bin
walls with any coarse daubs, while these e 'eg ant net
terns are in market would be a mailer of astuuisa
menl. Fine Satin Papers. Gold Papers. Border of ever
grade. Window Papers, -c, always an hand.
buuas, lew and Ou. constantly arriving.
Successors of Jon Pisa.
aprOoTlr wheeling. Va. -
NEW CARPETS. ,
i.C HARBOUR, ,
AO. 143, MALY STREET,
IE EG LEAVE to again inform ray
friends aud customers generally, InM I have Jvjsi
returned Irani tbe East, and am notr receiving mf
Spring Slock of Gcods, comprising tha largest and
best assortment ever offered in this city.
sir stoctc oi cARreys. rugs, oil cloth.
WALL PAPER. CURTAIN DAMASKS. WNDOVT
BL1D3, ic. ace. is now complete, toeetber with
a great many articles for bouse furnishing, ton tedi
ous to mention. 1 will not attempt to enumerate
my stock. All I ask ia, that those in want of good
iu my line, to call at So. 143 Main ureet wbero
they can have a chance of selecting front one or taa
best escorted stocks in the country, and many mf
those goods much below the usual price. Tbie ie u
vain boast, and those disposed to satisry themselves)
will please calann see if this ie' not the place tor
tlie Hest aud Cheapest tiouda in the City.
J. C. HARBOUR.
eptSly , 143 hlaia street. .
liNTEKESTLNG 5 IMPORTANT
to those Desiring Good Bargains
JDST RECEIVED A "
A'o. 35 Water Street, Whetting, Ya.
FROM THE EASTERN MARKETS,
K Extenoive and choice assortment of
Jl g'lods for
Spring and Sumraef Ware,'
Consisting ol fancy
Cloths, Cassimeres, Marseilles, aa
Surumer Coatings and Linens; fcilki,
Marseilles and Linen Testings,
of ELEGANT PATTERNS: HOSIERY of ever
description; and NOTIONS fur TLEMBNS'
WEAR GENERALLY: prices exceedingly low. and
terms moderate. Please. caM errv and leavn fonr
measures. I have also CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
and MANl FAt'll KING, a LARGE ASSORT
MENT of READY MADE CLOTHING. EQUAf.
TO I USRlN WORK. TIIOS. HUGH Ed.
Xo. 35 Corner Monroe dr. Water blreat, da He. f
Monroe Street. Weeding ,Va. aprt
' G. W. JOHNSON:
Ko, 179, OU Market Square, Wheeling Ya.
HAHUFACTURER OP, ASB DIALER IS
Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron Wara'
COOKING STOVES or all the moat aj
proved patterns for burni'nc wood or coal, ai
arratted to sive entire satisiactioit.
TIN WAR!? inalliu varieties, wholesale- and f
tail cupper Lettles of all siaes aud all hinds copper
work done at the shortest notice lead pipes ot all
sizes and qualiues, hydrants, pumps,' etc bo
pouts, cutters, etc., on baud conrtaclry of iada ls
uriler on short notice.
Thankful for cad faror. ha respectfally asks ft
continuance ot a sb&xeoYpabUc patronage.
UOOKS, LOOKS, LOOKSl
E ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR
V? Si-ring Supply of crooks, -
stationary, tv all Taper, die.. Irons aT!
the East, which, Willi our previous S.izr
supply, wakes our collection com
PUBLICATIONS of the Presbyterian Board, flaaaan
Commenteriee on tlie Bible, by different authors,
M lfof Western SUtrs. for lrtiT;
DAIRIES lor 1..T; BLANK and SCHOOL BOOKS,
of every description, snd the largest lot of WALL
PAPKR ever brousht tothiscilv.
nt COUNTRY MERCHANTS," TEAClfERS ami
otbers, buying at Wnoesale. great inUuccmentn am
olfered !oih in stock and prices.
irpiilGJiL5r CASa PICR FOR ar.
Successor to J. V. Thompson, 71 1? Main Street
niari WHEELING, Ya-
NEW WALL PAPER HOUSE,
NO U3. MAIN STREET.
C. HARBOUR beg leave to inform
his friends and tbe croxena generally, that he
bas arfiled to lire business V A I. L PAPER, sad. WiU
bare in a lew days a stock of M.IB bolls, all of which
nareo-lit! y purcbasrd trom tbe bevt mannfaatureen
Iaud iut porters in the ceuntry. I tnsend' . making tbie
a i'art my btismess. and may respectfully ash aii
tuose Ibal may want pretty faperjia nw price. m
emeuilier the New H all Paper Ihtaae,' No.)43. Hmim
trrrt, eprtcly J. C. HARBOUR.
HEELING HAT AND CAP
8. A EKV.
Manufacturer of Hats and Cane,
Has nn hand and is tnaiMifactut ma aaa rossivlas
u,ir .nJ tmtlmt M,nmr o( 1
tints and Caw.
enmpriing all the varieties of colnva and. shines mt
Hats ant Caps now in use. of
la iet Kastiion,
and manufactnredirra the flsea matarial and the
b. st workntanskip; all of which will b. sold V hhan-
sl "d Retail at the l.we.1 possible prtce. from
1 ejpenence in the business, and havlnf
wtys "'ed my best endeavors to plemes, and fnrntah
U.e public with a
t.tMtd, r aeniunabie ana ervteeanie Hat,
I leel rohhdant with my prenent laoilKlae o4 a
Uise Stock on hand that I ant abla to ,upnly my
pAlrouewtiu an arlicln
Mipenor to any beretofor. nTered.
I resiertlully r.t)uest a fall fruui tliomt tn want ot
Hau and Caps, be tore purchasia grlsewhern.
e,'..- No. ltd. Main etree. Whenlina Va.
LBS. COLGATE STARCH
lint Ibe Oalmtda. 10 lbs Pup. 1'. Seen.
i.o II. I.aeertre, IffiU Ibe Chip Loa Wood, Me Ra.
wn iwi.vi ntag. J iimiw im
......., r. w.collir.
A WORD TO DEALERS IX PAIXT3.
. T . . f . . ykttm T,,4
I " " Rnov.n tact tuui v Ulio krfraa
I is always considered a eaah anic b. Rut hnvlntf
made arrangement, wiih n r i. IM Enet, we .
preired eM a trrv article, en three months.
at very nearly Cincinnati nriew.
' ' I'l.RHRTSON at PATTERSON.
Bridgeport, Kay . ly.
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