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&1 , - KT - . ..'.- -ft 111 :15 ;7; it. ' v- - t a tit ci jnn rvTTTrv rutiLisimu AUTIIOUITY. j.V J1CT .,,etIat'ng the fees of S:i ;.Cs. L'.c'U.i'i' Couns. . ic riffs in ate i. 'i. Section t.' fe it tHntlrd by Hit Oeneral A f ' tmM f iht Slale of Ohio, Thm ihe.tihwfFi !; I, i.lhivtiiil comiliei in Sl.i, for rfi in t : 'iullio Jiilip required liy l.iw in liie Court of ,rrtihUf, ml receive Hie iuic m nre now or ; ,befier may lie llnf J liy lw f.r eiinibrtei :'V Hic in (lie Oiiurl nt Common Pima, t lie Ued " tjn.( the jirojier p irtipn liy (lie Prolmte Judge. - V'u, Speaker of the Hume of Ji-prrscHtalioet . . WILLIAM MK.DILL, r . ! r.i.i 'i rrtiideut of the Senate. V 'March 2, 1833. .. v . .. u. - r,3 r'' . ? TiMo itt , .JUS.ACT : v1AUknij -ppropriniions in part for the year " ': '135S. hml lor deficiencies in the Qiiar- jr.Mr Mster Generars Depdrluient, in llie v ;'.,;year.:1852. ScC 1. . Be it enacted by the General Aitem- liy oj the State ij Ohio, That titer following ftim lie, and they are hereby apprniiriaied, on I of tiny money in the Treasury not otherwise aj'projiri.it , ed, viz: For die compensation, and expemea of (he Quar iterma.ter General, Ihree hundred dollars. ' I , For pay inx; expense, and taking care of public .arms, one thousand dollar. .,' For one quarter's rent due Williim Neil nn the firs! of January, 1853, fur the use ol (he Hall of the,H"e of llrpre-eulJtives, two hundred and . fifty dollar!. JAMES C. JOHNSON. " Speaker of the Home of Beprenentaliiiet. , ",. WILLIAM MKDILL President ot the Senate. 1 March I, 1853. JNo. 41. AJVACT . V( provide lor draining and reclaiming l, the swamp and overflowed lands crat ed to the State of Ohio, by act of Con egress, approved September 28th, 1850. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assem bly of the State of Ohio, That within ihiity d.ijn after (lie passage ot tins act, the Auditor nt Mate hall cau.e to be transmitted to the Coiiutv Audi- tor of each county in which any of said swamp or ' lne uh never can be given in perindii-als lo pro overflowed lauds may he situated, a list of the ' lnote healthy amuseiiieiit and solid instruction in 'same hy such description, and in such divisions ilie family, and help to make it better wisei.aud and subdivisions as reported hy ttie Secretary of M))pjer, may be now obtained for 83 id.lresa the Interior to the Governor ol the State nf Ohio. Sections That it shall he the duty nf (be said several County Auditors, immediately aflT the reception of such list, to nnlily the County Com missioners of his county thereof; whose duly it hall he, as soon thereafter as practicable, to ap praise said lands, and make return thereof, in wri ting, to the said Auditor, anil they shall also at the Mine time, taking to their assistance if necessary, a. competent Kiigiueer, determine the made in ,wbich said lands shall he drained. Section 3. That the said several County Aud itors, upon the return of the Co. Inly Commission ers as aforesaid, oball give notice in some news paper in said county, if any there be, it not, then in. some newspaper having general circulation therein, at least thirty dnys, that sealed proposals will be received until the expiration of said time for draining and reclaiming said swamp or over flowed lands, in the manner specified hy, and un der the direction of said County Comm ssioners, to.be paid in said lands lying in said county at the appraised value thereol. Section 4. That at the expiration of (he said (hilly days, the said several County Auditors and County Commissioners, shall npon and examine Ihe proposals leceived, and award the contract of drainage, and reclamation to the lowest responsi ble b dder or bidders; and it shall be the duty of such successful bidder or bidders to give bond with senility, to the satisfaction of said Commis sioners, and payable to them for the use of Ihe county, for the faithful performance ol hisnr their contract, in such reasonable time as Ihe said Com missiorera shall designate, and which shall in no case exceed two years from the date of such con tract.' " " ' Section 5. That if no proposals are received, for said drainage or teclamaiiun, at (he expiration fif the said thirty days, or if Ihe said Commission , era shall deem (hose received unreasonably high, or if any contractor or enntraenr for such drain, age or reclamation, shall fail lo perform hi or their contract, in eilher event it shall be the duly of the said several County Auditors and County Com missioners to proceed to advertise, and let Ihe - work as hereinbefore prescribed. Section 6 That upon the completion of said contract or connects, the County Auditor nf the proper county shall eive the said contractor or con tractors certificate for Ihe amount due him or them, theieon. and containing hu accurate descrip' tiort nf the land to which he or they are entitled therefor. ' Section 7. That upon the presentation and d livery of such receipt to the Governor ol llie St ile it, ibiaJKbe his duty lo execute and deliver to such contractor or conlrato's, a Patent executed in due form of law for the Sands therein described. ' ' Srli..ti S. Tlml it shall he the dntv nf ilia An ditor of Slate, upon the issuing of any such patent nr patents, to record (he same in such m inner as is or may be prescribed by law, fir recording the Patents of uther lauds sold by the State uf Ohio. VSec.ion 9- That il af'er thesaid swamp or over flowed lauds, of this State, I vine within any conn tfi be drained and reclaimed as herein provided, there shall remain any of llie said lands iinilisnos ed of it shall be Ihe duty of Ihe County Commis sioners ot such county to appraise (he same and i make return nf such appraisal as aforesaid. Upon the lillne of sui h return in bis ollice, the said County Auditor is hereby authorized to sell the said lands at (he appraised vaitie thereof to any applicant therelnr who will make an oath m allir (nation that It i his intention to improve and make the sime a permanent residence, or (lint the same adjoin In and are necessary to (lie proper improve menl of landr then owned and improved bv such applicant, which said oath or arTmnation tie said county Anditnr is hereby authorized to administer and In all rases ol sales a prescribed in Hue sec , lion, the sail county auditor shall receipt to the purchaser tor the amount of money received, and describe therein ihe lands sold, which Mid receipt upon presentation and delivery to the Governor shall entitle Ihe purchaser to a patent for audi lands, lo he executed and recorded as prescribed by sections seven and eight of this act. Section 10 That all moneys received hy said County auditor upon all sale as aloresaid shall be paid into the county treasury of the county, in which the lauds sold are situated, to reimburse the County for the expenditures ol draining and re claiming said swamp or overflowed landsraur I lis residue, if any there be, shall he paid by said coun ty treasurers into the State Treasury for the use ol Unmmon schools. Section 11. That in any county of this State . where a company nr companies have been formed .1. M..vnAB. Ar .l-:.. : J I . i. - :f, ', V1 xNliramp e? overflowed lands lying; within such ; ",. .' county, and when work has been done or milert Vi-'i.' ah furnished, or boih, the work so performed and fnstevjals provided, shall he appiaised by tliecoun ty cnmaiissinneia at iisnr (hair true valuein nmney, d Ihe auditor of null rnuuly shall execute and deliver to inch company" nr companies a rertifi- , ' ctde for so much of said swamp or overflowed ; lands at Its apphnstd value as will pay for said la- ' '' bor Mad materials, which certificate shall entitle ;i Said cempauy or companies to a patent therefor, : In he executed and recorded as ether patents is- . rjcd in pursuance or the provl-ion of (hi act. :7.,-r- JAMK8 . JOHNSON.' - ii Xi Bprkktr of the House of R presentation ; . , WILLIAM MEDILI., . A i, a March i, 1853. .. President of the Senate, I have compared (he foregoing; taws with the ''i copy furnished me, snd find Ihe same correctly priuted. , , ) ?0HN B N0LL; Ana Monroe i0V ; hat can be got for $5,00 1 j THE underiigned baVe enterec) into an arrange ment 'hy ; which Ihey' ngree to .furnish the Knickprlmrker Magazine (monthly,)' the Home Journal (weekly,), and the .Musical' World and Times (weekly ) t" new suliscriliers at the very ninderate price ol 65.00 lor the three publications, all orders enclosing that aniiiuut to Dyer & Willi will he promptly altcnik'd to. '' SA.MULOL' HUES TON, Publisher of the Knickerbocker MORK!S & WILLIS, Publishers of Home Journal; DYER & WILLIS, Publisher of Musical World Sf Times, , ' 257, Broadway, New York; ; GRAND I.ITICRAItV AND ARTISTIC "COMBINATION. Arrangements h ive been made lo lurnlsh the Knickeibncker Maeazine; (he Home Journal and the New York Musical World and Times, lo new subscribers fur Five Dollars a year! This is cheap literatme with a vengeance The Knickerbocker is S3 per annum; llie Maine Journal $2, and the Mimical World and Times $3; making $8 a year at the usual rat. That three su. h wotkt can he obtained for $5 a year, is a tact tiuly worthy (he Caloric age, which is just now being ushered In. Of the Knickerbocker Magazine, edited hv Lewis Gaylord Clark, It in unnecessary to speak. Fur twenty years it has been the must genial, humor, mis and spicy monthly in the world; and (be pres ent volume will he belter than any which prece ded it. The Home .Inuiual edited by Geo P. Monis, and N. P. Willis, is well known the bet family new-paper in America; and the Mini ell World and Times, edited by Itichard Stnrrs Willis, with Lowell Maon, Gen. II. Curtis, Thomas Hastings, Win. P. Bradbury. Geo F. Root, and oilier musical writers contributing; and which gives, among other things, over $25 worth of music and a full course of iiis'ructinn hi har mony annually, i the very best musical journal ever published. These Ihree publications will post a family up in everything worth knowing: Art, science, literature, music, painting, sculpture, inventions, discoveries wit, humor, fancy, sen timent, the neweat fashions and other attractions for ladies; choice new minic for the Sahhath, the church and the fireside; review and criticisms nt musical works, iierfuriners and performances; in short, lb very pick and cream of nnvelly, inci ,pht. Moaranhv. art. literature and si lence, includ- D Y K It it WILLIS. 257 Broadway, New York. ()r Editors publishing llie above 3 limes and sending the paper containing it to Dyer & Willis, will receive lb" 3 works named for one vear. March 2, 1853. .'no. M. Kirkb ride's MEDICAL DEPOT. A FULL supply of the following celebrated Medicines fur sale at Kirkbride's Medical Depot: Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne's Alterative, Jayne's Carminative Balsam, Jayne's Vermifuge, Jayne's Sanative Pills, Jayne's Ague Pills, , Jayne's Hair Tonic' JRojier's Liverwort and Tar, TOWNSEND'S Sarsaparilla. Brant's Pulmonary Balsam, Brant's Purifying Kxlract, BRANDRED PH'S Pills, RIcLANE'S Liver Pills, Sellers' Liver Pills, Sellers' Imperial Cough Syrup, Sellers' Vermifuge, FREY'S Vermifuge, RADWAY'S Ready Relief. Radway's Renovating Resolvent, Radway's Medicated Soup, Radway's Circassian Balm, Fitch's Abdominal Supporters. Pitch's Shoulder Braces, Fitch's Silver Inhaling Tubes, , Fitch's Pulmonary Balsam, ; Fitch's Pectoral Expectorant, Pilch's Oepurative Syrup, Fitch's Pills. Liniment, Ointment, &c, A:c. Wallace's Galvanic Fluid, Wnlluce's Galvnnic Salve, BRYAN'S Pulmonic Wafers, iM'ALISTER'S Ointment. Mexican Mustang Liniment. Just Received IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. And something better still, if well saturated with Cold Water and ! properly applied: 2 Boxes German Soup, 2 " Oleine Oxide Snap. Also the usual variety nf other Patent Medicines Call and get an Almanac, Gu atis. Feb 2. 1653. 9 Vols. Jeacli1s Practice, 50 ' " Fitch's Medical Leclures, Foraleat KIRKBUIUE'S Med.Dep. Forks, Shovels and Spades, 1 dozen Moose Axe hamlles. Just Rtceiccd 1 dozen Cincinnati Axes, Fnrsaleat KIHKBKIDE'S Med.Dep. FRESH GROCERIES. N. O. Sugar Molasses Syrup ltio Cnffee Candle Soap ' Wash boards Axes, lie. Just received and for sale hy JNO. M KIRKBRIDE. VELVET TRIMMING, Silk Dress Ruttons; ' - Received at KIRKBRIDE'S. ? SHAWLS AND RUBHER SHOES; , For Sale at Reduced Prire at .KIUKIIUIDE'S. Notice in Partition JOHN KING, Lorenz-i King. Westly King, J Israel King and Mahals King, wlm are resi dents ol Ihe State of Iowa,' will lake notice that a petition wa tiled sgainst (hero on Ihe lsl day of February, A. D. 1853, in llie court ot Common Plea of Monroe cnun'y, Ohio, by Ira King, and i now pending, wherein the said Ira King de mands partition ol Ihe following real estate, to wil:' The north half of the north west quarter of section twelve (12.) township t vo (2.) of range four (4.) in Monroe county, Ohio, and that at the June Term of said court application will be made by the Said ha King for an nrder that' partition may be rosde of said premises. ' " IRA KING Bv HOLLWTEB.OKErt H0LL1STKR,,, ' FsV. , 185. - : 1 - is AKorfieys. THE' SPIHIT OF DFaMOCRACY! PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. i . , ; , - -i ' ' i i . . . 1 1 , TERNS OF SUBSCRIPTION: , . j One dollar and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance; otherwise two dollars 'will he requir ed. ' Marketable pinduce will he taken in payment. , No paper will bedisi'iintiiuied, except al the op tion uf Ihe editor, until all arrears are paid. ' All letter and communications sent by mail niul be post-paid. JOB PRINTING Executed with neatness and dispatch al this Office, and at reasonable prices. TERMS OK ADVERTISING: For 3 wks 3 mo 6 mo 19 inns. I year 1 square. 3 I. $ 2. S3 1$ 4 5 2 squaresT 2 8. 5. 6. 7. tcnlumiT 3 4. 6 7 g column. 6. 7. " 10 13. IS i"cLluTnn 8. 10. 15. 20. 25 "." Ttselve lines, or less, will he cbatged as one square. THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. I. Subscribers hn dn not give express notice u the contrary, are considered a wishing to con tinue their subscription 2 If subscribers order the discontinuance nf (heir periodicals, Ihe publisher may continue In send llieni until all arrearages are pai l 3 If subscribers neglect or refuse to lake their periodicals from the offices lo which Ihey are di rected, they are held responsible till they have eetlled the bill, biiiI ordered them ilisrntitinned , 4. If siibacribeis remove tn other places ivithnut informing the publishers, and the paper are sent to Ihe former direction, they are held responsible. 5 The courts have decided that refusing to lake ficrindicats from the office, or lemoving and leav iiglhem uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. - THE ONLY TRUE PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON. JUST PUBLISHED. T. h WELCH'S MIG.VtFtCEXT POOTAir UF WASHING. ON. Engraved (by permission) from Stuart's only ori ginal portrait, in the Alheneum, Bosinn This superb picture. Engraved under ihe super intendence ol 1 HOMAS NULLEY. Esq., the eminent and highly gifted aitisi, i-the only cor rect likeness ol Washington ever published It ha been characleiised us the g'ealrsl work of art ever produced in Ibis country. As to its fidelity, we refer to the letter of the adopted son of Washington. GEOKGE WASHINGTON PARK CUSTIS, who says, "it is i faithful lepresenta. (ion of ttie celebrated urigiual," and to CHIEF JiJSrlCE TANEY of the Supreme Court of the fT. .:... I Wi.i.. ...li,. ...-a HA. u u.nrlr tif nil (la M. ... i'i ..;i,. -,.,.., ..i, i sees It; and it is no less happy in its likeness lo (lie Father ol his country. It was my good fuiiine In have seen him in the days of my boyhood, ;oul hi whole appearance is yet strongly impressed on my memory. The pnrliail yi.u have i-sued appears lo n.e lo be an exact likeness, representing peifeclly the expression as well as the form anil features nf the face." And says SENATOR CASS, it is a life-like representation of the great original PRESIDENT FILLMORE says, "the work appears to me to have been admirably exe cuted and eminently wrulbynf the patronage of the public" Says MARCH ANT the eminent portrait painter, and the pupil of Sluait. "your print to my mind is more remaikahle than any other I have seen, lor presenting the whole indi viduality of the original portrait, together ilh (be noble and dignilied repose nf air and manner, which all who ever saw him considered a marked characteristic of the illustrious man it commemu- rate." I For the great meri'9 of this picture we would refer every lover of Washington to the portrait ; itself, to be seen at ihe office of this paper, and ; to the letters nf the lullowiug Artists Statesmen, I Jurists and Scholars accompanying it. ARTISTS Marchaiit and Elliott, ol New j York; Neagle, Rulhertnel, and Lambdiii, nf Phil-. ndehdiia: Chester Harding, of Boston; Charles Fraser, of Cha; lesion, S. C; and to the adopted son nf Wellington, Hun. Geo. W. P. Custis, himself an artist. .STATEME Hi Excel. Wlnlield' i lencv Millaid Fillmore, Major Gen. Scott, Hon. George M-Dallas, Hon. William It. King, Hon. Daniel Webster, Hon Lion Royd, Hon Lewi Cass. Hon. Wm. A. Graham, H 'ii. John P. Kennedy, lion II C Winthr p, LL. I). JURISTS. Hon Roger B Taney, Hon John Duel, Hon. John McLean, Hon Ruins Cboaie SCHOLARS Charles Folsinn, F.'q.. the well known Librarian of the Boston Alheneum, who says, "I would rather own it than any painted copy I bave ever seen;" E P. Whipple. Richard Hnclrelh, Hon. Edward Everett, I. L D.Jared Cparks. LL. I) , Wi'liam II Vrescott, LI. I) , Wa-bington Irving, Ralph W. F.mers.oi, Esq , Prof. T O. Uph.m.J. I' Headley. FilzG-een Halleck, II. W. Longfell ', Win Gilmnre Simins and FROM El l(PE. 1 1 Tallourd. T. It. Macauley, Sir Archibald rt'ison Lout Mayor of Lnndoii. itc. &: Il THE I'KKS-t. tbiouglioiil the entile Union, have with ni.e voice proclaimed llie nieiils of this sup"i'b engraving. To enable all to possess this valuable treasure, it is sold at the low price of $5 per cony Published by GEORGE W. CHILDS. N. W. cornel. nf Fifih and Arch streets Phila WILLIAM G STEEL, r. 1 Sole Agent for ihe States of Ohio attd. India". This Pmtrait can only he obtained frnui'MR. STEEL or Irom bis ilulv autlnrized agents. Arrangements, have In en made "lib the Post Office Department, by which copies nf the P r. (rait can be sent lo any point, per. mail, in perfect order. , ftrj-Person by remitting Fivb Doi.LAns lo WM G. STEEL, Cincinnati, ' bio, w n have a copy of llie Portrait sent to tliemVr .' Postage. fcf- .Magnificent Gill Frames, got up expressly for these Portraits, furnished al the low price of Sa.OO each. . , . . ' . JUST. ISSUED. ' A MAGNIFICENT I'OKTIIAIT OF G H N IC It A I. JACKSON,' Engrootd by T. B. WELCH. ESQ . after Ihe original portrait painted by 'I'. SULLY. ESQ This Poi (i lit will be a match for the Washing ton, and I in every respect a well got up. ,,Price 5,09 per copy. Address as above. STATE OF OHIO. MONROE COUNTY, SS A . Elizabeih Brown 1 vs. Petition for Dower. Samuel H. Guthrie, et al. ) SAMUEL H GUTHRIE, who is a uoii.resi denlof the Slale f flhip, willlnke notice thai Elizabeth Brpwu, wiilnw of Alexander Brown, lale ol Monroe county, Ohio, deceased, on the Hih day of February A D. 1853, filed hsr petition again! the said Samuel H, Guthrie and others, in Ihe Court nf Common Pleas of said Monroe coun ty, praying that Dower be assigned her in Ihe ln. lowing described premises, lo wit: 1 he south west quarter of sectiop 10, township 8, and re ge 6; also the south east quarter of Ihe north east quitter of section 13, township 6, and range 0, iu said county of Monroe. And that Unless ihe defendants shall plead, answer or demur to Said petition within 60 days aflei the rising nl (he next Term nf said Court, (hf matt.-rs ftnd things in said prtitinu mentioned will he taken as true and con fessed, and at ihe next Term theieaftersaid Eliza beth Jirwn will ssk satJ Court to decree thereon accordingly ' v ; " ' A. ROSS,'1 ' ; Feb 16, 1853. ' ' 1 "' 8i.l for Compl'nt BERN HA RT S UTTE R'8 ESTATE. -Notice is hereby jiveu,' that ihe undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Adminislraior t the estate of, Bernhart Sutter, late, of Monro toUuty. deceased r if ,i - ; . JOHN HENRY gCHNELL., Snn fish and Wheeling Daily facket ' p, STEPH E N" BAYARD, W?i1f?l ' J.K. BonfH.'JIiisferi -tjgteaj&J&Will leave STJN'FISH every day at Gin '.lock. A. M , and WHEELING at 4 o'clock, P.M ; , : All business entrusted, to this boat will receive prompt attention. 1 ' ':- ' ' ' ' ' ' . March 31, 1P52. ! '. '- - " ' ' ' K. E. Diuigaiii; Watch andifjHnnck Maker, CLAIIINGION. OHIO. . All iiucNof W A I'CIIKS ami CLOCKS repair ed n i teasonable leims and warinnled . SPEC I' AI'I.KS lo suit all age. sex and coins TIME PIECES as low as $1 30 warranted (O keep good Inne. . , ,, Dec. 2-2. 185-2. ' ' ' " ' ' Dr. W. f. Sinclair AS removed his resilience lo A. D, Dngas' tel. Olliie upstairs in the new building one iloor hoiiiIi uf J. f. liandolph's Dec I. 1652. ( Dr. J. Bowman, LATE . f H .rt doin Medical School, has located in ANTIOCII. and will be iilcasi'd o aileud to the alllicted in Clinical Medicine and Surgery. Or as AcC'i'Cll.'uu. Having been raised and educated in New England where Lung diseases prevail, he pnrtieulnrty calls the Dtleuliuu of 1he citizen In hi-mode oi tieatment of Pneumonia, PhtliM. Pulmoiiali", kc Antioch. Feb 2, IS53. E. ARCHBOI.D. S. DAVENPORT. A rchbold & Davenport, ATTOICXKYS AT I. AW, Woods field, Ohio, Will practice in Monroe and ihe adjoining conn ties. All business entrusted to their care will meet with prompt attention. Oct 8, 185I Daniel II. Wire, ATTORNEY A T LA W, il'vodsfield. Monroe Co. O. Will alien I tn business in the Cmties of Monroe, Washington, Noble, Guernsey and Belmont, Ohio John Sinclair, ATTORNEY A'l LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. woonsni'XO, aioxnoK county, o, Will pi act ice m Monroe and adjoining conn. ties Ollice over the Clothing Stole entrance , one door north of Steed's Inn. N. & S. Ilnlli-ter, T T 0 R N E Y S A T LAW. fl'oi'dnfitld, Ohio. JOHN B. NOLI,, Real Estate Agent, WOODSFIELD, OHIO, ILL attend tn Ihe s.'lliug of Real Estate in Monroe county. Hi facilities foi ob taining information, bis extensive acquaintance with the various localities ill the county, and espe cially in Ihe German settlements, will make it lor the interest ol those who wish to sell lands to en trust It i in with Ihe Agency. Persons desiring to pui chase would do well to g.ve him a call, as he has now seveial desirable tracts to dispose of, December 15, 1852 120 Acres of Land lor Sale. ITglllE undersigned "ill sell at abirgain, the JL following ilesciihed tia( nf land, to wit: I Tim east half nf the soli lb west .piarter ol section : 21, and the noilh east quaiter of the north east qr. I of section 20, in town. hip 2, of range 4. Said land is situated in Jackson township, on Barnes' I run, within two miles of the Ohio River. The land is well covered with good timber, and will male " e"'' eM0"" w'hlng lo purchase can can (in i.nuiy ituiftci EiAciuim ui income, o. Rocker, deceased, or of the subscribe! who is au thorized to sell the same. JOHN B. NOLL. . Dec. 15. I8j2. This Way. IVDos! iii:iti:'.s tiik pi.ack to gi:t your iUONlOY HACK I IUIC undersigned h.s just received a small stock of Gun Bar els. Locks. Triggers. Maiu-sprinus,Tuhe. and C tinders. je bought his slot k of .loliu Iti illiih, Ciiiciiioali; bis locks, main, springs, mnl t,li. a me all iiupoile l Iroiu Loudon His hair. Is imiiim I be beat in the Untied Slate All I a-k l coo lii in y .il iu the liellef, is lo call and ehatnii e lor ourselves I am going lo Man bop iu the l elebraied 'Taille-t.iwn," one -qua.e south east i f Win llurditt'o III., ksmith Simp, on ih roH.I leading Ironi Wood-lielil io Malagt 2U' mile lioin Wo dsliehl, and 4i from Malaga. All work III Hired 'i.ot to cut In the eve Jan 5, 153 D. S HA YD EN I ,i 1.1 en & Nome, Threshing Machine Builders $ llepairers, JUA. bive consunlly on hands Mackinks il all kiioijaiso L.LBA .Mens ol ilie nest and latest iniuiovementS- . it, . From pat expe ieni e w'i-0 liter ourselves that we can equal any manufaciuieiMii the Stale. Persona wishing In piirchaan'' Machines will please give us a . all and examine for themselves. All work narrauied to peilorm right or no Sale. aJ . "B ft All old Castings and Iron taken in . exi'hange for work, for which the highest price will he given.; : ' ' LIT! EN U IIORNG. Sunli-h, June 9. IW. . ... . . Fall and W inter Goods. ,, 11 E Subscriber repecllullv announce lo the citizen ol CLAKINGTOIV ami vicinity. that be is now lecetvmg and opening at Ins Store, A Large and Well-selected black of DRY GOODS, HATS, BONNETS, HUUT.S AJU SHVKS. HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, GROCERIES, . , It kc , &c.,&,c, . ' ..! i nt Selected expressly lor this market, All of which will he sold for Cash or Produce at the same pri res chat ged iu Wheeling. Also a l.rge' lot of WINDOW SASH and PA N E L DOO RS for sale. . r . . i ; Oct. 6, 1852 v R. CHASE. r lotliing torc. THE subsciber has just received a New Sun piy i ' V iiead j-AIade ( lothing, of Ihe Latest Styles, which he will sell at very hiw prices By all means call and examine his Slock before put chasing elsewhere, if you ivaut to get good bargains. I I. :) i He is also preiared in do good and fashionable work lor his numerous customers at reasonable prices.'";' ' , ; - ! , , f. BURGBACHER.' ,WooDSrim.D,Oct. 20, 1852. '.w.: u . ; .! Justices Blanks for sale at THIS OFFICE. -J-''- i,'.': ' i ';-';l WHATEVER concerns the health snd bap , piness of a people is at all times of the most, valuable importance. , I take it. for (ranted thai every person will do all in their power to save 'the lives ol their' childien, 'snd that every person will endeavor id promote their own health al all sacrifices. I deem it tn be any duty to sol emnly assure you that worms, according to the opinion nf the most celebrated physicians, are Ihe priinaiy cau-e nf a large majority nf Ihe diseases to which' childien and adults are liable, if you have an apielile continually changeable from one kin.) uf fond In aiioiber, bad breath, pain in Ihe Fl.iiii t. il. picking al (be nose, hardness and full ness ol the belly, dry cough,' stow fever, pulse irregular.' rememhei lint all these denotes Worms' and you h ubl at once apply the remedy.: m .. UOIJENSACK'S WORM SYRUP. : , An article founded upon scientific, principles, compounded with purely vegetable substances, being perfectly safe wbou taken, and determined in all its effects, and not leaving (he system in a diseased cuu.liliuu as most advertised nostrums composed of Calomel for llie removal of Wfnrma, such as Lozenges, Veriniliiges, Uc , hut has per formed mnal astonishing cures, and saved the lives of thousands, holli old and young, who have been pronounced hopeless, incurable by Physicians. Read (be following and become satisfied ol its efficacy over all other.!. . ' Morris Rivkr, N. J. Mr. J A". Hobennach. -TMt is to certify that my child, 15 years of age, having been sick for 5 year was attended by Drs. Loper, Wl.lllil and llbislei, for a long lime without receiving sny benefit; when after giving her up as incurable I went tn Philadelphia and consulted one of the best Physicians; her disease still growing worse. It was nl thin lime I was induced lo try Hobeir sack's Worm Syrup; and after taking two bottles she entirely regained her health. Hoping that this will prove a benefit lo parents whosechildren sre siiuilaily allected. I am yours, &c. B. BOWMAN. . Ilobensack's Liver Pills. . No part uf Ihe system is more liable to disease limn Ihe Liver, it serving as a lilterer to purify the blood, or giving the proper secretion of the bile; so that any wrong action of (be Liver cHects the uther parts nl the system, and results variously, Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. Ws should therefore, watch every symptom that might indicate a wrong action ol ihe Liver. These pills being composed of Roots and Plants I ii i si s bed by nature to heal Ihe sick; namely, 1st, An Kxpertoiniil, which auguiei.ls the secretion Irotn the Pulmonary mucus membrane, or pro motes Die discharge nf secreted matter.. 2J, An Alterative, which change m some inexplicable manner the certain morbid action of the system, .Id, A Tonic, which gives tone and strength tn Ihe nervous system, renewing health and vigor to nil parts nf llie body. 4th, A Cathartic, which acts in perfect harmony with the other ingredients, and operating nn the Bowels, and expelling the whole mas of corrupt and vitiated matter, and purifying the blood, which destroys the disease and restores health. Prepared at Hobensack's Laboratory, Philadel phia, price 25 cents FOR SALE BY Martin Baker, Woodsfiidd. John Wisner, Beallsville. I. Welsh & Co., " Isaac Brown. Jerusalem. Win. Buchanan, Lewisville. William Steel, Stafford. J. Ilowalt, Harrietsville. John M. Rownd, Summerfield. Jonathan Hall, Graysville. W. S. Woodall, Brownsville. 11. G. Anderson,' Cochransville. B. Rhodes. Sardis. M at tin Vocally, IWesville. Levi Hnl 1 1 vi ii CJla rin jiton . Mott, Fordyce & Co., Calais. I. E. Shiiiitditud, Miltonshurgli. James Maker, Wholesale Agent in Wheeling. . Aug. 4. Liver Complaint. JAUNDICE. DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, and ail diseases ari- - sing hum a disor dered liver ur stomach, such as constipation, in ' ward piles,, fullness of blood t the head, acidity nl the stomach, nausea, heailliuin, disgust for food, full ness or weijhl in the stomach, sour eructa tions, sinking m flutteiing at the pit of the so. in. u h, sn iiuining of the head, hiiined i.d ilillicull breathing, . Hollering at (he heart.chok lug ni siitlm atiug sen satioiis when in a lying posture, dimness nf vision, dois or webs before the , tight, fever and dull piin in ; the head, deliciei cy of ' perspiration, yellow ' iie-suf the skin and eyes, ' i pain in the side, hack, chest, limbs, &c .. iidden flushes of heat, burning in the flesh, constant iinagiu ' ings i, evil, and great depression of spirits, can be rfluctually cured by llOOL'l,AiD'S ' Celebrated German Uilters, PREPARED BY Dr. CM: JACKSON, AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE, No , 120, Arch street, Philadelphia. . ' Their power over the above diseases is not ex celled, il equalled by any niher preparation in the United Stnl.-s, as the cures attest, in many cases after skillful physicians had failed. . ! .. READ AND. HE CONVINCED. . . , W. osi-gn, O , Dec. 2d, 185I,,, , Messrs Spi'Nk'& Howard Geutlrmeu, 1 em brace this opportunity of Infoimingou ol the great benefit I have derived from tht. use of Dr. Honflaud's German Biler. i have nied them for ('hill Fever end disorder fd stpmah,aiid fmnd reliel in eveiy case'. ': They ire 'ttieibesl remedy for a disordered stomach, and'l CgreTaHy"' recom mend them to ihe public . ,' ";? .1 - j, I' ..... F-KSSPIJM. i TFrnm the German Democrat nf Wnester-l . The Editor SaysJOcl. 2d, 1801: "We SVe not In ihe habit of recrimiiieudiiisr the "all Healing'! remedies of the dajy, but we have used ths Ger man Bitters for s disordered Liver and Stomach, and have received gre it benefit from the use. We have also recommended them to several of bur friends,' all nl whom speak highly in their praise!" , , from Ihe Saturday Gazette, ) One of the best family newspapers published in Ihe United Stn'es. The Editor, Nov. 3d, sail!: Dr. Hoori.ANDs GrnMAwBrrTins It is seldom we recommend what are termed1 patent medicines lo th confidence and patronage of hut;, readers, and therefore, when we recommend, Dr. Hnofland's German bi'lers, we wish It 10 be dis tinctly understood lli.t we are not speaking of the nostrums Ihaf are noised about afor a brief period and then forgotten, aflsril hat done its gullyrac of mischief, but nf a medicine long established, universally prized, slid which baa met the hearty approval ot ihe rs.-uity iisen.v - . --' . nrrAth the Da Iv Hun. Juna 22 T "W Invite the attention of inur readers 'who are1 lodns)ed.,lo Dr., Hoofland V cerebrated Ger man Bit'" prepared by Dr,C, M Jacksen It is sjm cf MM bfsl kMdioissM f Ike ife, frid of ours bavingriised1f wrVrr jpnk satisfaot(po i '?.-?.t'-:i? the Jaundice ..nd Lfyet CosoplainH-oT e ft rxh ', ''Look well to th$.markt tf, tfJpffs.-h They' have Hi written signature oif.C. M' SAbitoun lappa innmrajiper,. ana me irasnv blown in the bottle without, which they, spurious). 4 FOR SALE wholesale and retail by Spink fc HwarV WMter. Ohio-- i-!i Alto " . . .ntrai.,1 L .L .-.L. i-.stjl I - . 4 JNO. M. KIRKBRIDE, WoodspellJ,, aac'j'::UV-V J - : 1 ''April t, 1882. .. .,' '. - ; .'.v i ''...:K"-Ax';':i - , VI 'J ill I T. I Ii 1 Itliol-Jillaf ,: . V ,V. f, ". j Monroe Jrlutual J. Fire' Insurance Companj,' This company, being oiganixed under 4 Aver-; .V..';.V''. 'i ; f able charlei obtained from the Legislature, Isjioir'"- i "f '. ' l', f ready 1. Insure Hotels, Dwdlmg Hw,BtMXl''MX 7 a. .i,i. o,... dl mi . ji m . - ",....;'''' "Mai. .! ...bp y lire. - i , . ,-4,1 ,v " -V ' ClRECTOKs' ',? .i:j'tyhr;.i ISAAC WELSH,' .' ;. 'JOHN KEttriP' ' f v CHARLES HARE; ' , ' WlLLIAjf 'STiEt.". JOHN A. DAVENPORT, JOHN F. lt)ErtHAHIf NATHAN HOLLISTER; THEo! . IJENNINiliAVS, , ' ! '" " 'JNO.' Jt. KIKKBliiiDE. ' , 'J' ' ' ' ; JOHN A. DAVENPO'RTi Pres' fj N, HolliStkr, Trees'. . - ' 'I iiif .'t,-,: Jno. M- Kirkrridb, 8ec'y. - . in?iinjri n i i... c. SIMf son HOLLISTER,, . npm i, iou4 General ' i .X New China, Glass and Qaeeostarp No. 28, MONROE ST.. WHBEId, Vi'. ' ! . J ' J. ''AV-" THE Subscribers respectfully givi 'notice ite'l ' fj 1 ' they have just opened a Splendid Stock Of ' ' t y. V me auove tVAKb, together with sn assortment Of ,-S;4 Mantle Ornaments and Fancy Good ! ; .;' . jC; some of which are New Patterns and of exduisiie)' ' - . J.-'- f" ''" TASTB AND BEAUTY. vw 4 ? ' ' W. ...,. wiiiim riiu f i.vimm nreuK.asi, jcio w jg ner, leaand i niet vvare. ol hevr patterns, ..v Hall Lamps and Lanterns, Solar Snd i' . .'' Lard Lamps, Britannia Ware,'? UiVt Table Cutlery, &c. tc. ...:f'J;u "i Together with a complete stock of Common Ware for city and country trad. . We hope by keeping; ' ,! such goods on hand as this section of country f r.- quires, and giving our personal attention to re- ; packing the same, lo convince all who nav favor ' i : i:....: . .. ... "'i r.--TT i. : . mini u.e.r pairouagc, inai iney cannot ao Del- -. "t re. p let at any other establishment id' the country" , l'4?wp'$ We invite ill who may be purchasing their spring slock lo call upon us before purchasing else where. , ' HOBBS BARNES & CO... u"-; i ...ii uihsb mai.iiiaciurer., Jan. 7. 1832. WheeHlnar.' Ytsl.:-: ; ' TX a"- . 1 i ' n niii i-'i -, Land forSale IN WASHINGTON COUNTY. PHlOx W, y "fl ACRES of limestone ridge laud, near. JL JL V the bank of Little Muskiiigulri', rilne miles fiom Marietta, about 33 seres" cleared; HnW '. ber good A bout 100 apple trees, of whioh SOe : bearing; 5 nr 6 kinds ol .cherry and 5 kinds S)f plumb tress; a quantity of peach trees, and soma pears ami grape A gnocl iwo-stnry hewed log: , m ) Ifl houe, a well of good water, smoke house, pViled' f .:J garden, &cv . .: r.;- :.t . PW'.V'jiitV.'.'ff Uil' - . . ' -ALSO-....',-; '- Intf',:-tfU .) 11 Acres nl laud on the Watertord gpudjj ifiA JM tJP 4 miles from Marielia.60 ofwhtcb are. r'i Sift-; ijl under lence and in a good state of cultivation. ' fid ' .-AL80- .-.....? :t-t;y'V-M -.-VC'l sfJflT Acres on (he Waterfnrd jroad, S Miles. 9tP from Maiielta, about 25 acres cleared, and - mill ha r.A . ' i ' ' i . '' ... .-w oiiu iuit. . ' ALSO i..;,'V-aw:, Acres on Ihe Muskingum River.' lt' 180 miles from Maiielta.; This turtein- . be so divided ns (o make very valuable and veryi desirable small farms. Well The above tracts will be sold at private sale ' For particulars Inquire on the premises; or ot -"! i , , H. 0 BUQHANAN. Harmar.O., Feb 11, 1852. . , : . )yj 4 .j," W HOLES ALE AND. RETAILV f ' 4 CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT 7 On the Corner of Water d) Monroe itrtefz M HEELING, VA.n i $?flt v Where alway. can he found ihe largest! cheapest, and the most desirable stock of goods in Wheel ing, He has just relumed from .New . York; ' Philadelphia and Baltimore, and his goods present' an unusual sanction Iu point of quality aiid style, f '. and it is well knawr) ihe . . ' ,"n,,'. i;i ' BES.'J? B AKGA I N S,, . Can be had of him. For Good au. Cheap Goods', he stands unrivalled.. Do not fail lo call, or you. may regret it '" . ;'. . ." - j. His Stock Consists of the Following Artielcsi '' 100 black cloth dress costs, 1U0 hlue browoi' ' snd green coats, 150 black cloth frock,coata. I60'. i' blue, brown and green coats, 250 blackj bn,,iJ blue and green sack coats, .100 business costs, '' made of casrimeie cloth, Ktc, 1 100 heaver coats, -various colors, 1000 fell and blanket casts. KO't ; ilnzeu white shirts nf all grades, 60 dnzei),. cheek ' ';-YfF' "i shirts, BO dozen maimer's stripe, 4 dozen ailkr' "V.ii uudershirts, 10 dozen cotton undershirts, 4 dozen''' .r-'Xh" wnoleii iindeishirls, 2 dozen ginitek undershfrla:'' ' :' i'Si'i 600 pair black cssiuiere pants, 1000 barred, strirji 'af I J! ? a.i I nnnn ... r .. .i' ... A'.' 500 black satin vests, at all prices; 1000 fancy silk., vests, all patterns; 1222 Valencia, marseilles. vel- - v"5v vet, tic, 12 dozen fancy cravats, IS dozen neck i""'!'; lies. 60 dozen pocket handkerchief, silk Snd linerti . ' ' ; ). 26 dozen suspenders, all prices and styles, fbififtf'fa. dozen half hose, and 20 dozen drawers. , .- ', ' .s'r,' All the above articles, with a great many morp,' V-; ' i- -C' are uflered very low, at my Clothii.'l 8tOM, cofs.' rSsJZVS'Ji- n,.l M ........ A U,' .. , l .. .IVI I : AT . v, ... v... v bi.u t. flic, bucvib, v neeiin.TSVs - .'s ' aiso a line assortment. o natssnu usps. r ''.i-ii-7'f -"' fjrn. n Particular attenlirtn paid to CU8- . TOM WORK, and all orders will be filled with" dispatch, by . . . ; A.:M, ADAMfLvX OPINIONS OF THE PRESS; Cr.nTHimo. We would advise' all persons J ' wishing Fi ol a good material; to call at A. M.-' . ..1- Adams' Clothing Store, on Water, street;. He i has a very hne assortment of everything in (list, ii... i .,.. .,.. : ' ". croiuiug ime. jjuiiv intelligencer .., Ib.a,j , Clothing! Ci-othino'! at fair, prices can -slwas be had of our friend A. M. Adams: currier 'V.C,?, of Monroe and Water streets,! who -front hi e . ; , tensive stock of cloths, cassimeres. fco.. it, fullr I ' : ?' prepared lo rig you out in the height of, fashion,.' '-h-'Mi'tf '"If This gentleman nas snout yis.uuu Invested in , jj , i'Tf . lanric r tne 'richest make,- and can furnish Pr- mart from top to loessve with shoes. Particular?"' . attention Is solicited to his stock. -cumorisinsr ao'ir . it dnes, ensting, ;vestings, pantalooiisnefker.'.. --- ui-,.v..Ub,n, ia,vi., Pf,lliB, O.W.-, - 1 suds splendid lot of hats end eps. .You can -not go amiss by calling at Ins store for any gsr -' -meot intended for the comfort or decorauon ofS Y , your person. ; As he floes s larger business ka s able to sell cheap, his motto beius; "quick sates-; - :V v: and smalt prnfiis." ' This sdded, to th.e ' fsri liUf"-.:.-,C,':'.:t. v. he ha his goods made un nnder hhl suDsrlteii'.v - denqs should bea sufficient indu(emeht for vsjr?-j ( ' ,' . mm uisposeu in nuy. m giv mm a call.. jet. , therefore, who reek their own iulerest "encourf . , " sge hum industry" by shedding their ihretd-bari. ,r,: garh lor a new one Daiy Timet mvt Otte.'V' J y.M f" ""..((ii,- -r.y,i ':, I man ''! rii.r ..- TiiviD KEIXER'S ESTAtE. - Notic j ' - A K U hereby given, that the subscriber has been ep- . )' pointed and qualitied as Admlnis tiAtor of the EV -tatenf David K"r, late of Monroe conn'", dsv, I ,' ceased. -' I COB .TSCF tWfc.p il '"r ..Feb g, 18:' - Vvvv'UAi.r''' LANK . FOR IAL 3 CJIICB. "K- W?'- A.X,' 'H" . :f UN i 14: 1.:' X' ? fi .Tt'r;4: j x'; -. S ' V v. 1) iff! li f - '' 'fell f i m f 5? v- i ' ... i V c i': Tti,wisilassaMai i ""' i .. .