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? T RULES hold in 'to Clerk's Office of the
A Circuit Court of Upshur county, on the first
Monday in July, 1S5S,
K. Hopkins, Complainant,
j!orriB*Oa!woll A Co., &c., . Defendants.
The object of the original and amended bill in
this cause is to enjoin the collection of a certain
judgment obtained against the complainant by
the defendant until all judgment liens are re
moved off a certain honse and lot for whioh the
complainant executed his bond, and upon which,
said judgment was obtained arainst him.
It appearing that the defendants W. B. Nor
ris, John K. Calwell and Jacob O. Galwoll are
notinhabitantsofthisStato.it is ordered that
they do appear here within one month after due
publication of this order, and do what is neces
sary to protect their interest in this suit.
A copy. Teste,
jy28 41 A. POUNDSTONE, Ulork.
G. W. Berlin, atto.
J. D. Wilson, Surviving Executor of Richard
Despard, deceased, Complainant,
John 0. Morris, and the heirs of Bichard Des
pard, Senior, deceased, Defendants.
By virtue of a decree rendered in the above
cause at the Spring Term, 1S58, of the Circuit
Court of Harrison county, 1 shall, on the 18th
day of September, 1853, that being a court day
for said county, proceed to sell, at .public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, before the Court
house of Harrison county, on a credit of 6, 12,
18 and 24 months, with interest from the day of
sale, taking from the purchaser bonds and secu
rity, a tract of 27X acres of land, lying and be
ing in the county of Harrison, on Brown's Run,
and more fully described in the proceedings of
the above cause. EDWIN MAXWELL,
July 28, 1858.?4t Commissioner.
Burton Dcspard, Complainant,
Joseph B. Bnily, Defendant.
By virttie of a decree rendered in tho above
causc at the Spring Term, 1858, of tho Circuit
Court of Harrison county, \ shall, on tho 18th
day of September, 1S58, that being a Court day
for said county, proceed to sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, before the Court
house of Harrison county, on a credit of S, 12,
18 and 24 months, with interest from the day of
sale, taking from the purchaser bonds and secu
rity, a tract of 25S acrcs of land lying on the
waters of Tanner's Fork, a branch of Rincheloo
Creek, in Harrison county, it being tho sumo
land conveyed by the complainant to the de
fendant by deed bearing duto January 15th,
1S5S, and tiled in tho papers of tho abovo cause.
July 23,1858.?It Commissioner.
Burton Pcspard, Complainant,
Alexander C. Morris, Defendant.
By virtue of a docrce pronounced in the above
cause at the Spring term, 1858, of the Circuit
Court of Harrison county, I shall, on the 13th
dny of September, lS58,"that being a Court day
for said county, procced to sell, at public auc
tion, to tho highest bidder, before tho Court
house of Harrison county, on a credit cf G, 12,
and IS mouths, with interest from tho day of j
sale, taking from tho purchaser boudsaud secu ?
rity, a tract of 43 acres of land, lying aud being
on the waters of Tanner's" Fork, a brunch of
Kinchcloc Creek, in Harrison couuty, it being
the some land conveyed by the complainant to
the defendant by deed bearing date January 15,
l?5S, and filed in the papers of tho abovo causo.
July 23, 1S5S.?4t Commissioner.
Trust sale of Negroes, i$-c.
BY virtue of u Deed of Trust Executed by
Richiird Fowkes on tho 7tit day of May.
1855, to the subscriber us Trustee?I will on the
!'id d iV of July next proceed to sell ntpubliu
luction to tho highest bidderut tlm residence of
Lhe said Richaid Fowkes iu the town ol Clarks
burg on Main S reel?tlu following named N?
i;roe slaves, Joseph, Richard, Auit and child.
Julia and John her child, uls i three head of hor
tes aud their harness, one large wagon and i's
fixtures, also all his stock of goods wares aud
Merchandise. Terms. Cash iu baud.
B. DESPAliD, Trustee.
May 4, 1633.?inyl4 It
The above sale is postpone d till tho 10th day
of August next. B. DES PARD, Trustee.
Nathan Goff nnd Weston Twigg, Compl'ts.,
Ann Williams, Pha;l>o Jano Williams, James
Marsh, iidm'r. of John Williams, deceased,
anil Kullia i. nu Williams, Dorotlia S. Wil
liams, Kobecea A. Williams, Calvin J. Wil
liams and Mary 51. Williams, infant children
and heirs at law of John Williams, deceased,
(who answer by William 1*. Cooper, their
guardian ad litem,) Defendants.
At the Spring Term, 1S5S, of tho Circuit Court
of Harrison county it was ordered that the above
i nutu "be referred to one of the Master Commis
sioners of said Ccurt to settle tho administra
tion accounts of tho said John Williams, deceas
ed, and to ascertain what estato has come or will
come into the hands of the said administrator
by tho use of due diligen ce, for tho payment of
dobts, and to ascertain the outstanding debts of
said estate, the lends descended to tho heirs, and
the annual rents and protits, and tho lieu? there
Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of
August, 1S5S, at my office in Clarksburg, 1 will
proceed to execute said order. Therefore all
persons having debts t'gainst said estate are re
quired to prosont their evidences of debt to mo
at my said office on or before tho day aforesaid,
jy ltf -it N. LEW IS, Coin'r.
E. C. Bridge, Complainant,
D. II. Shumaker, and others, Defendants.
Bv virtue of a decree of tho Circuit Court of
Upshur county, pronounced in the nbove cause
at the spring term, ltf:>ti, of said court, tho un
dersigned, commissioner therein named, will on
the lGlli day of August, 18jt<, (that being a
Court day for said county) sell so much of the
laud in the bill and proceedings mentioned as
iny be necessary to pay the debt iu the bill men
tioned The laud acres) is situate on the
Stauntou &. Purkersburg Turnpike about lour
miles east of Buckhuuuon. A credit of 1 and 2
years will be given with interest from the day of
sale, the purchaser giving bond and security for
the payment of the purchase money, and a lien
will he retained us further security for the pay
ment of the same. J. S. FISHER, Coin.
July 7th, 1858.?1G It
Clarksburg ltillc Factory.
GEO. H. EARNEST, (successor of J. B.
Wright,) would inform the public that he
has opened a shop ou Kiucheloe street, Clarks
burg, Va., where he (s prepaied to do all kinds
of work in his liue of business. Rifles, of all
kinds, made to order, in the best manner, and
upon the shorteft notice. Rifles, Shot Guus,
Pistols, 4rc., repaired. my!5 tf
Real Estate Asfency.
HAVING experienced correspondents in tho
eastern cities and in Washington, the un
dersigned offers his services for tho salo of im
proved and unimproved land, in North Western
Virgiuia. Parties having property to dispose of
would do well to consult hira, giving full de
scriptions of the property, lowest torras, Ac.
His charges will oe moderate, and, unloss a
snle is effected, no charge will be made.
Address v. J . THOMAS,
N. B.?Oity property for sale or exchange.
January 8th, 1357?ly
ALL PERSONS iudebted to the estate of the
late Dr. Jshn C. Lowther will please call
at the office of Charles Lewis, in Clarksburg,
an4 settle the same before the 1st day nf Sep
tember next, as on that day all notes, accounts,
&c. , will be placed in an officer's hands for col
lection JOHN R. DAWSON,
July lGih, 1858.?7t Adm'r.
A CHOICE lot of Imported and American
-a- Bemrs, just received and for sale low by
=** tT JOHN H. MURPHT.
HELMOLD'S GENUINE PREPARA
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lid Countenance and Eruptions on the Face,
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Want of Attention, Qreat Mobility, Restlesness,
with Horror of Society. Nothing israoreDesir
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they more Dread for Fear of Themselves; no
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These symptoms, if allowed to go on?which
this medicine invaribly removes?soon follows
loss of Power, Fatuity, and Epileptic Fits?in
one of which the patient may expire. Wno can
soy that these excesses are not frequently lol
lowed by 'hose direful diseases?insanity and
Consumption? The records of tht Insane Asy
lums, and the Melancholy deaths by Consump
tion, bear ample witness to the truth of theso
assertions. In Lunatic Asylums the most mel
ancholy exhibition appears. The countenance
iB actually sodden aud quite destitute?neither
Mirth or Grief ever visits it. Should a sound of
tho voice occur, it is rarely articuluto.
"With wooful measures wan despair
Low sullen sounds his griof beguiled."
Debility is most terrible! and has brought
thousands upon thousands to untimely gravo -,
thushlasting tho ambition of mauy nobleyoutha.
It can bo cured by tho use of this
If you aresufiering with any of the abovo dis
tressing ailments, tho Fluid Extract Buehu will
euro you.. Try it and bo convinccd of its effi
BE WAKE or QUACK NOSTRUMS and
who falsely boast of abilities and references.
Citizens know and avoid them, and save Long
Sufforing, Monoy,and Exposure, by sending or
falling for a bottle of this Populur and Specifio
It aliii)8 all pain and inflamiition, is porfectly
pleasant in its taste and odor, but immediate in
lRelmbold's Extract llucliu
Ir prepared directly According to tho Rules of
PHARMACY AM) CIIKMISTKY.
with the greatest accuracy and Chemical
knowledge and care devoted in its combination.
See Professor Deuces'Valuable Works on tho
Practice of Physic, and most of tho lute Stan
dard Works of Medicine.
$ I O O
One hundred Dollars will bo paid to any Phy
sician who can prove that tho Mcdicinc ever in
jured a Patient; and tho testimony of thousands
?an be produced to provo that it does great good.
Liases of front ono week to thirteen years'stan
ling have been effected. The mass of Voluntary
Testimony iu possession of the Proprietor,
couching its virtues and curativo powers is im -
inenso, embracing names well known to Scionce
iind Fame. 100,000 Bottles have been sold and
not a single instance of a failure has been repor
ted ! ?
Personally appeared before me, an Aldor
inan of the City of Philadelphia, II. T. Helm
bold, Chemist, who being duly sworn does say.
that his preparation contains no Narcotic, Mer
cury or injurious Drug, but aro purely Vegable.
11. T. Helmbold, Solo Manufacturer, is worn
and subscribed boforo mo this 23d day of No
vombcr, IS54. WM. P. tllBBARD,
Prieo $ 1 per bottle, or Six for $ 5, Delivered
to any Address, accompanied by reliable aud
responsible Certificates from Profjssorsof Medi
cal Colleges, Clorffyinen and others. Prepared
aud sold by II. T. Holmbold, Practical and
Analytical Chemist. No. 52 South Tenth St.,
below Chestnut. Assembly Buildings, Phila.
D"7o tie had of JOSEl'll L. CARR, Clarks
burg Va., and of all Druggists and Dealers
throughout the Uniied States, Canadas and Brit
Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for Ilelmbold's
?Take No Other. Cures Guarantied.
Daniel Curper, Complainant,
Anthony B. Seo's ex'rs. &c., Defendants.
Pursuant lo u decree pronounced in the above
cause, at the spring term, 1858, of the Circuit
Court of Upsliur county, I sli'ill proceed to sell
to the highest bidder, before the court-honso
door of Upshur county, at public auction, on
Monday, the 16th day of August next, (that bo
ing a court day ?f the county Court of Upshur
county,) so much of tlio land in the bill and
proceedings mentioned, it being t|ie land devised
by the said Anthony i5 See to Julia See and
Randolph See, lying on French creek in Upshur
county, Va., as may be necessary to pay off the
debts against the estate of the said Anthony B.
Tkkms of Sale?A credit of one and two
years iroin the day of sale will lie given, the
purchaser giving bonds bearing interest from the
day of sale, with good, personal security, and a
lieu will also be retained on the land sold us a
further security for the payment of the purchase
money. W. C. CARPER, Special Com.
July 5th. 1858.?9 4t
JOHi*T DAY, ad'r. of John Dny deceased, vs.
Walter Day. It appeaaiug by affidavit tiled
iu this case that the defendant Walter Day is
not a resident of this Commonwealth, and that
he has debts due him within the county of Har
rison, and it further appearing that the plaintiff
has cause of action against the defendant for
$37,50,due the 14th day of June. 1858, the
plaintiff* has sued out of the Clerk's office of
Harr sou county Court au attachment against
the debts of the said defendant in the hands of
David Teter for the amount aforesaid, which
said attachment has been duly served upon said
David Teter. On motion of the plaintiffit is or
dered that the said defendant do appear liera
on the first Mouday iu August next, to shew
cause, if any he can, why judgment should not
be tendered on said attachment, and that a copy
of this order be forthwith inserted in the Clarks
burg Register for foar successive weeks, and
posted at the front door of the Court-house of
Harrison couuty. Teste:
jy9 4t W. P. COOPER, Clerk.
Wilson <$? Sommera, p. q.
AT Rules held in the Clerk's Oiftce of the Cir
cuit Court of Harrison connty on the first
Monday in Julv, 1S5S: Raehnel Hooper, Com
plainant, vs. Eli D. C. Ash Thomas L. Moore,
and Luther Haymond, Defendants. In Cban
The object of this snit is to compel tho defend
ants to make a conveyance to the complainant
of about 50 acres of land situate on Chorry Camp
Run, in Harrison county, and the same that
was sold to Nicholas Hooper in his lifetime, and
to the defendant, Eli D. C. Ash, by title bond,
executed by tho defendants Thomas L. Moore
and Luthor Haymond. It appearing by afflda
i vit filed that the defendant ?li D. C. Ash is not
\ an inhabitant of the Commonwealth of Virgin
ia, it is ordered that he do appear here \ritbin
one month after due publication hereof and do
what is necessary to protect his interest in this
suit. Copy. Teste, C. W. SMITH,
jylS 4t [wilson a soHJiERs, p. Q.] Clerk.
Belmont nails, from <'i to i2'?, for
?ale M WRIGHT'S.
Mowers and Cultivators
rp?IS IS THE NEWEST, latest and bestlm
JL provemeut in agricultural implements, and
is destined to entirely supersede the old Shovel
Flow and all other cultivators for the cultiva
tion of Corn, Tobacco, Cotton, &.c. It does as
much work with one man and horse as can be
done with three men and horses using the shovel
plow, and does it better. It can be used 10 very
good advautage in furrowing ground for Corn
?marking two furrows at once, and thus one
man can do aa much work as is usually done by
two. It is worked with shafts and is so con
structed as to be much easier for both man and
horse, than the shovel plow. It possesses many
other advantages over any other Implement of
the kiud in use, which must bfl seen to be appre
ciated. The simplicity and durability of its con
struction, together with the amount of labor
saved by it, must render it a great favorite with
A patent was obtained for this Cultivator in
December lust, and the right for the different
States is now for the first time offered for sale.
To any person wishing to engage in the sale of I
the same, I will give a good opportunity to
inake money. Address
July 2, 1858.?tf
STILL holding the agency for the sale of R. L.
Allen's Mowing Machines, I am prepared to
soil them, with some slight improvements, at
last year's pricos, $120, and tho freight and ex
penses from New York added: or, withthead
dition of a finger board hoist at $125, an 1 the
freight and oxpenses added.
I examined this last named improvement,
when in Now York, in February last, and con
sider it well worth the additional expense of
It consists in a lover with a wheel attached
thereto by which tho driver in enabled at a mo
ments warning to raise tho finger hoard six or
eight inches from the ground and drive over a
stump, stono or mown grass without touching
All machines aro warrantod to give satisfac
tion?and the purchaser permitted to cut two
acres of grass upon land clear of stumps, and if
not satisfied to return it to tho Depot from which
he received it.
A credit will bo given until tho 1st day of Au
gust noxt, by the purchaser giving bund with
approved security, or a deduction will bo tnado
at the rato of one per cent, per month, for tho
cash previous to that timo.
Machines can be sent to any Depot on the Bal
timore and Ohio, or Winchester and Potomao
Kailroads, which may bo desired by tho purcha
ser and named in the ordor.
1 sold 20 of theso machines lost summer and
refer those desirous of purchasing to tho follow
ing gentlemen (purchasers) for any information
in relation thereto, which they may desire:
Win. C. Vanmeter, David Vanmoter, A. A.
Inskeep, Daniel R. McNeil, Jacob Vanmoter and
Solomon C. Vanmeter, Mooreficld, Hardy co.
James Williams, and I'etor Babb, Williamsport,
Hardy county, Va.
Isaac Shobo, Limey's Creek, Hardy county, Va.
Jno. M. Pancake, Ephram llcrriot, Henry M.
Inskeep and Geo. W. Washington, Komney,
Hampshire county, va.
Isaac Hollenback and D. T. Keller, Patterson's
Depot, Hampshire county, Va.
John S. Arnold. Kidgoville, Hump, co., Va.
David C. Coplin, Overfiold, Barbour county, Va.
Angus H. Wood, Lost Rivor. Hard} county, Va
Jocob Harpor, Pendleton county, Va.
Silas Iteeso, Wardvillo, Hamp. co., Va.
(ico.Sioan & Brothers, Burlington, Hamp., Va.
Any extras which may be needed for ma
chines purchtsed last year can be furnished by
me upon immediate application, with the num
ber of the machines, accompanying the same.
And those desirous of purchasing machines
would do well to send me their orders at once,
as much difficulty was hud iu supplying the de
utaud for last year. JOHN T. PEERCE,
Agent for R. L. Allen.
Burlington, Hamp. co., Va., April 9, 1858.
P. S.?I have made an arrangement with Col.
David C. Coplin, by which I will receive orders
for machines from the citizens of Harrison and
surrounding counties through him, and any ar
rangement as to paying for an I receiving tl'ie
same made with liiin will meet my approbation.
JOHN T. PEERCE, Agent,
my 14 3m for R. L. ALLEN.
PARKEllSBURti MINERAL WELLS,
The undersigned, proprietor or that
well-known and popular resort, the
Mineral Wells, near Parkersburg,
Vn.t begs leave to inform his friends
that he opeued for the season 011 the first day of
May las). Siuce last season he has made exten
sive iinprovmenU to the pioperty, and can now
amply accommodate two hundred guests. He
has also attached to the house splendid
Bathing Houses far Ladies and Gentlemen.
Billiard Tables, and everything calculated for
amusement can be found ou the premises?Ten
pin Alley, Ball Room, Music, Jlc. His Omni
bus will always be in readiness to couvey plea
sure parties free to the Krnawha river, where
boats belonging to the proprietor are always rea
dy for the accommodation of his guests. A Li
very Stable is attached to the House. The Pnr
kcrsburg Omnibusses will run regularly, every
moruing, for the Wells.
Prof. Mellor, of Wheeling, Va., has been em
ployed as Musician for the season.
C. 0. FRIEDEL.
June 18th, 1858.?3t
I take this method of informing the publio
that 1 shall continue the Blacksmithinz busi
ness, in all its various branches, at my old stand
at the West End, where I keep constantly on
hand farming; utensils of all kind 1, such as mat -
tocks, Broad Hoes, PLOUliHSof my own and
other manufacture, among which may be found
the celebrated Woodcock, and the 1% Hillside
Ploughs, Iron and Center-lever Ploughs, Plough
Points, Hill-side and Shovel Ploughs of my own
make, all warranted to bo of the best material
and workmanship. All the above articles will
be sold for less prices than ever before offered in
this market. Please give me a call, and I pledge
myself to accommodate in either quality or
WAGONS always on hand and for sale, at
loss prices than ever before sold in this market.
Call and see for yourselves, and I bind my
self to sell, if you want to buy.
ap!6 ly JOHN PECK.
Call at Wright's
FOB Harrison's Columbian Inks:
Powders for Leather Workers, Fancy Soaps,
Shaving Creams, Perfumery, <fec.
Crystal Mucilage?a desirable article for the
1 March 4th, S5S.?ma5 tf
Attorney at law,
Wi 11 practice In all the Courts of rlarrison and
adjoining counties. Prompt attention given to
the collection of claims, ana the baying and sel
ling of Land. jy2 ly
WILSON 6c SOMMERSj
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
BENJAMIN WILSON, Commonwealth'* At
torney for the coonty of HarrUoa, has tbw
day entered into a partnership with S. M. Sona
mers, for the practice of the Law
They will give their prompt attention to all
business entrusted to their care.
January 27th, 1857.?80 8m
ATTORNEY $ COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Harrison County, Virginia.
PROMPT ATTENTION will he paid to any
business that may be entrusted to his care
from the adjoining counties. ap2 ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DESPARD'S NEW BUILDING, OPPOSITE
THE COURT HOUSE,
Practices in the Courts of Harrison and the
adjoining counties. All business entrusted to
his care will be promptly attended to.
Jno. S. BofTman and Ilenry
Hay moil <1,
attoneVs at la w,
WILL PRACTICE together in the Courts
of Harrison and the United States Court
at Clarksburg. Mr. Hoffman will practice io
the Courts of the adjacent counties, the District
Courts at Fairmont and Parkeraburg, and the
Supremo Court of Appeals at Lewisburg.
GEORGE W. LURTTY
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WEST UNION, Doddridge Co., Va
PRACTICES in all the Courts of Doddridge
and the adjoiuingcounties. Prompt atten
tion given to all business entrusted to his care.
BUTTON. DESrARD. EDWIN MAXWELL.
Dcspard & Maxwell,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law,
CLARKSBURG, Harrison Co., Va.
Will attend to all business entrusted to their
care in any of the counties of Harrison. Taylor,
Doddridge," Ritchie or Lewis. ml5 ly
Cliarles S. Lewis,
attorney at law,
WILL practice in the Circuit and County
Courts of Harrison, Barbour aud Upshur
counties. Address?Clarksburg, Va.
jy!8 ly _____
A. P. Pavisson.
attorney at law,
WILL strictly attend to all business ontrust
od to his enro, in Harrison and the adjoin
ing countios. [mar23-tf
James B. McLean,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Iluckhannon, I'pshur, Co., Va.
WILL practice in the courts of Randolph,
Barbour, Cpsliur Lewis and Harrison.
GEO. W. DUVAL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Spencer, Roane County, Va.,
PRACTICES iu the Courts of Roane, Calhonn,
Jackson, Wirt, Kanawha, Gilmer and Lowis.
All business entrusted to h is care promptly at
tended to, ai.d remittances made as soon as col
lections completed. aP'2 iy
Dr. Thomas Dailey,
OFFERS his professsonal services to the cit
zens of Clarksburg and vicinity. For the
p sent he may be fouud at the Northwestern
Dr. J. M. Bowcock,
HAVING permanently located himself at
Clarksburg, Va.. offers his professional ser
vices to the citizens of Clarksburg and vicinity.
Office on Main street, in the olllco formerly oc
cupied by W. A. Harrison, where he can al
ways be found excopt when professionally en
gaged. ap23 ly
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
HAVING boon frequently solicited to aid per
sons wishing to buy, as well as those wish
ing to bell real estate in Harrison and the ad
joining counties of North Western Virginia, I
liavo concluded to offer my services to the pub
lic as an agent, t' inking that ray facilities are
such as to enable me to be serviceable to both
Thoso wishing to buy, must furnish mo with
the kind and amount of property wanted?its de
sired locution and conveniences, and the price
they expect to pay.
Those wishing to soli will give mo a descrip
lion of their property?its amount, quality, con
dition, location, price, terms, <fcc.
T-heso descriptions will be kept on filo in my
office, for the examination of those who wish to
buy or seH; and those looking either for a pur
chaser or t'or property, will be saved inuoh trou -
bio by referring to them.
No charge will be made except when a sale is
effected. Address W. P. COOPER,
February 6th, 1857. Clarksburg, Va.
Notice to Farmers.
MANNY'S COMBINED REAPER AND
MOWER, with Wood's Improvement, for
sale by Thorn & Wilson, Agents, at Wilson
burg, on the N. W. Va. Railroad. These Ma
chines are extensively in use throughout th*
Uuiled Stales The premiums awarded at nu
merous exhibitions of trial, as well as the report
of committees upon various machiuea of the
kind, give the Manuy machiue a decided prefer
ence. One of them cut about ll'U acres Graiu
and Grass upon the farm of J. D. Wilson, at
this place, last year, to the entire satisfaction of
himself and spectators.
They combine great strength and durability,
and are well adapted to rough laud. They are
certainly great labor-saving machines, worth)
of the attention of those having large crops, and
of farmers who can club together and purchase
for their joiul use.
Wilsouburg, June lit, 1858.?11 3t
O* W ex ton Her.dd copy one lime.
Black smith ing-.
The subscribers lake this method of in
forming the public that they have com
V^^ofn.eueed blacksmithing on Pike street,
tirst bouse west of Dent's Hotel, Clarksburg,
where they are prepared to do all kindsof work
in their line, at the moat reasonable prices for
Mr. Bush will pay particular attention to the
shoeing of horses, and Mr. Lay ton to ironing
wagons, carriages, &c-, and they trnst that
their experience in these two important branch
es of their business will enable them to give
their customers full satisfaction.
BASH at LAVTON.
Clarksburg, Feb. 5th, 1853.?ly
T*HE subscribers take this method of inform -
J. ing the public that they have commenced
Black smithing at the Depot, east of Clarksburg,
where they are prepared to do all kinds of work
in their line of business, on the most reasonable
terms, for prompt pay.
Mr. King will pay particular attention to all
such work as horseshoeiug, ironing of wagons,
plough irons and eaged too s, which will-be war
ranted. They trust long experience iu the bus
iness will enable them to give their custodiers
fall satisfaction. KING Sc. STOVER.
March 9th, 1868.?12tf
Notices, Sales, &c.
"TTIRGINIA: At Rule* hold In the Clerk'
V Office of the Circuit Court of Harrisoi
county, on the first Monday in July, 1858.
Edward D. Cobb, Henry F "Stickney, Isaac M
Moss, James Moss, George Shaffer, Georgi
H. Roberts, Samuel Huston, Samuel Oreu
dorf, Lot Ensey, George F. Beam, Micbeal M
Yeakle, Edward D.Cobb, Henry F.Stickney
EX ward Frey, Samuel Frey, Henry Bassel
Administrator of Itenjamin Bassel dec??sed
Henry Handy and Charles Handy, QmpTts
Richard Fowkes, and others, Dtf'tt
The objer.t of ibis suit is to enforce the lien
of the complainants against the estate, real and
persoual, of the defendant Fowkes, to set aside
the deed of trust executed by the defendant
Fowkes to the defendant Despard as Trustee,
And to obtain satisfaction of the judgments of
It appearing by affidavit filed, that the defend
ants John Easter, John A. Field, Solomon
Smith, James Murphey, Samnel K. Wilkins,
George Henson, Joseph Danforth, Joseph L.
Dan forth, Theodore S. Bantz, Samuel Strauss,
Philip Adler, Steon Hartman, Long 4r Byrne,
Hamiltou Easter, James H. Easter, John Easter,
Bacon 4* Hallowed, Robert Murrell, Aleusea
Trigg, Lambert M. Hopkins, William Lake,
John N. Hardin, Moore & Griffin, William H.
Brown, Isaac C. Jones, Jr., William H. Howell,
Wislar Brown, EM ward L. Fant, Sf Co., John
Duer. Jr., C. Sidney Morris, Alexander T
Johnson, Stephen J. Joice, Oscar Baugher and
Alfred Davisson are not inhabitants of this
State, it is ordered that they do appear here
within one mouth after due publication of this
order and do what is necessary to protect tbeir
interest in thi< suit, aud that a copy of this or
der be published for four weeks consecutively in
" Cooper's Clarksburg Register," and a copy be
posted at the front door of the court-house of
Harrison county. A copy. Tesle,
jyl6 4t C. W. SMITH, Clerk.
Valuable Farms and JLaud
THE subscriber offers for sale on reasonable
terms, the following several desirable Farms
aud tracts of land lying in :lie county of Jack
A Farm one mile from Ripley containing
274 acres, 140 of which are improved with two
good dwelling houses, out houses, two wells,an
orchard of grafted frnit, and coal has recently
been discovored upon the place. The Charles
ton, Ripley, and Kuvenswood Turnpike divides
the bottom land from the npland. The farm
is well waterod and hns every advantago to
make it highly productive and valuable.
Also a Farm lying 8X miles from Ripley, or
Mill Oreek, consisting o<" 600 acros, 145 of which
art improved. There is a good dwelling house
and sovoral out hoiiKes on the farm. Also a
Flouring and Saw Mill in good running condi
tion, with a good orchard, well and spring.
The Gilmer, Ripley an-i Ohio Turnpike also
runs through the farm. To Buit purchasers,
thiB tract will be sold in two lets, divided by the
creek which will leave the mills aud 40 acres of
improved land, with over 200 unimproved acres
on one side, and the dwelling house <fec., on the
Also, a Steam Saw Mill (or suoh interest in it
as the subscriber owns) with a four acre lot and
several dwelling houses lying half a mile from
Also a tract of land two miles from Ripley ly
ing on the Charleston, Ripley, atd Ravenswood j
Turnpike, containing 200 acres, well watered
and well timbered, and will make a good farm.
For further information, and for terms tho
subscriber can boconmilted at Ripley, Va., or by
letter. A general warranty title will be given
to all the above property.
mar 19?tf. J. n. STAATS.
JAMES McCANN, Wilson B. MCcann. Jno.
Slocum. Sarah Slocum, late Sarah McCann,
Jonathan Golden, James M. Golden aud John
Take notice, that I shall, on the 2lst dty ef
July next, at the court-house in the town of
Lebanon, B<'one county, In liana, take the dep
ositions of Thomas McCaun and other witness
es to be read as evideuce on the trial of an ac
tion of ejectment pending iu the Circuit Coutt
o' Harrison county Va? wherein you are plain
tiffs aud I am defendant. Aud if from any cause
the taking of sai l depositions shall not be com
menced on the said 21st day of July, they will
be commenced on the next da\ , 22d day of Julv,
182)8; and that when the sam-* are crmtnenced,
if they should not he completed upon the day
upon which they are so commenced, they shtll
be continued from day to day and from time to
time until finished.
HARRISON A WILSON, ATT'rS.
Clarksburg, Va., Jnne 14th, 1858.?18 4t
VIRGINIA: At Rnles held in the Clerk'A Of
fice of the Circuit Court of Harrison coun
ty, on the first Monday in June, 1853,
Aaron S. McDaniel, Compl't.,
vs. (In Chancery.)
Benjamin R. Tatton, et al., Defts.,
The object of this suit is to enjoin and restrain
the defendant. Williuin V. Smith until the fur
ther order of the Court, from collecting from the
said Auron S. McDaniel tho amount of any judg
ment hi may recover against the said McDaniel
iipon the bords or singlo bill so sued upon by
him, and from collecting from the said McDan
iel the amount of the singlo bill so given by him
to the said Patton, assigned to the said Smith,
and which will become duo on tho first day of
It appearing by affidavit filed that tho defend
ant Henderson T. Roboy is a non-resident of
this State, it is ordered that ho do appear here
within ene month after due publication of this
order, and do what is necessary to protect his in
terest in this suit. A copy. Teste.
jelS 4t C. W. SMITH, Clerk.
COLUMBIA M. DUNCAN, Complainant,
vb. Hawley W. Amos, Defendant.
By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of
Harrison county, pronouncod in the Above cause
at the spr.ng term, 1857, of said court, the un
dersigned, commissioner therein named, will on
ihe 9th day of August next, in 'ront of tho court
house of Harrison county, (that beingeourt day
for sjlid countv,) offer for sale the tract of land
in the bill and proceedings mentioned, situate in
Harri&oi county, cn the waters of the Westforlc
river, about three miles from Clarksburg; con
taining 100 acres, upon a credit of one, two,
lime, and four years, with interest from the day
of sale, the purchaser giving Honda and good se
curity for tho payment of the purchase money,
and a lien will also be retained on said land* as
a further security therefor
B. DESPARD, Comr.
July 2, 1358.?iw
B. C. Bridges, Complainant,
Jonnthan Pierce, Defendant.
Bv virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of
Up-hur county, rendered iu the above cause at
the spring term, 1858, of said conrt, the under
pinned. commissioner t terein named, will on the
16th dry of August, 1868, (tlist being a Court
day for said countv,) sell the land in the bill and
proceedings mentioned, situate about four mil??
from Iluckhannon, containing over S72 acres,
upon a credit of 1 and 2 yars with interest
from the day of sale.the purchaser giving bond 4c.
security lor the payment of the purchase mon
e?. A lien will be retained ou the land as fur
ther security for the payment therefor.
J. S. FISHER, Com'r.
July 7th, 1858.?16 4t
Daniel Cerper )
vs. > In Chancery.
Adam Spltler and others. )
Adam rfpitler, one of tbo defendants in the
above cause, will please take notice that I will
on the 2d day of the fall term, 1858, of the Cir
cuit Court for Upshur counts, mov? the said
Court to correct the decree rendered in the
above cause, and render a decree over against
him for the debt mentioned in the bill.
DAN IEL CARPER.
June 32d, 1853.?jy.' 4t
ON TUB Uth DAT OF JULY next, I will of
fer for sale, at my bonne in Clarksburg, tbi
Law and Miscellaneous Library of Hon. Kdwii
S- Duucan, deceased.
Terms: For all sums of fire dollars and over
a credit of six months will be given, with inta
rest from date, the purchasor giving bond anH
security. For sum-t under five dollars, cash wil
be required. GEORGE HOFFMAN,
jeSo 8t Administrator.
Swan Sc Co.'s Lotteries Tri
umpliant! 'j ]
SWANN & CO.
CONTINUE TO DRAW AS USUAL WITH
SWANN & CO.'S
X OTTXBIXS ASS LXOAL, AND ADTHOBIIID BT TB
?TAT* OT OIOEOIA t
The late nttemnt to Injure onr Arm has showi
that oar lotteries are drawn ftdrly; that onr prl
xes ara paid punctually; and that onr scheme
are more liberal than any other lottery in th<
Tho following scheme will be drawn by Swai
& Co., Managers of the 8parta Acadcm;
Lottery, in each of their Single Number Lotto'
lies fer Aug., 1868, at avousta,Georgia,in pnb
lie, under the superintendence of commissioners
Class 87, draws on Saturday, August 7,1858.
Class 88, draws on Saturday, August 14,1853.
Class 89, draws on Saturday, August 81,1868.
Class 80, draws on 8atnrday, August 38,1863.
On the plan of tingle numbers.
50,000 Tickets J
Five Thousand four Hundred eigkty-Jive Prizes !
Nearly one prize to every nine Tickets !
Magnificent Scheme !
To be drawn each Saturday in August 1
1 prize of $70,00
4 " 1,000
4 Prizes of 800
4 " 800
4 ?? 700
4 " <00
60 <? 600
60 " 800
100 " 186
880 ?? 100
4 Pr's. of $400 ap. to $70,000 Pr. are $1,?00
4 " 800 " 80,000 '? 1,800
4 " 200 " 10,000 " 800
4 ? 186 " 6,000 ?? 600
4 " 100 " 4,000 ?' 400
4 ?' 76 " 8,000 " 800
4 " 60 " 1,600 ?? 800
6,000 " 80 are 100,000
6.485 Prizes amounting to i380,000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $6; Quarters 3}(.
EST A Circular showing the plan of the Lot
teries will bo sent to any one desirous of recei
Certificates of packages will be sold at the fol
lowing rates which Is tho risk.
Certificate of Pack, of 10 Wlio'e Tiokets, $80
? " 10 Half " 40
?< " 10 Quarter " 80
? " 10 Eighth " 10
In ordering tickets or Certificates, enclose the
money to our address for tho tickets ordered, on
receipt of whioh they will be forwarded by first
mail. Purchasers can have tiokets ending in
any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be
sent to purchasers immediately after the draw
E^Purchasers will pleoso write their signa
tures plain, and give their Post Olfico, oounty
Keniomber that cvory prize Isdrawn and paya
ble in full without deduction.
|3yAll prizes of $1,000 and under, paid Im
mediately after tho drawing?other prizes at the
usual tlmo of thirty days.
All communications strictly confidential?ad
dress orders for tickets or certificates to
S. SWAN <ft CO., Augusta, Georgia.
t3^~Per?ons residing near Montgomery, Ala.,
or Atlanta, Ga.,can have their orders filled, and
save time, by addressing 8. Swan & Co., at
either of those cities.
A list of the numbers that are drawn from the
wheel, with the amount of tho prizo that oaoh
one is entitled to, will be publlsheiWifter every
drawing, in tho following papers: New Orloans
Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston Standard,
Nashville Gazette, Atlanta Intelligencor, Now
York Weekly Day Book, Savannah Georgian
Richmond Dispatch, Paulding (Miss.) Clarion,
L'ttlo Rock (Ark.,) True Democrat and Augus
ts (Geo.) Constitutionalist.
KIAB1E & CROSBY'S
THE EQUESTRIAN CAM
PA1GN of 185S having com
menced. tfae managers of this
gifted combination of Fbenoh
and American Stars wish to
impress these facta upon the
public mind, vi*: that this is
the only French and Aroorican
Co. in the Union.
The Star 8how of 18SS.
Confident that they haveauo
ccodcd in this res poet, and as
confident that the public will
admit it, the managers re
spectfully invite all to
BEAD, zfttUOLD AND CO UP A BE !
COLOSSAL MOSIC CAE
Will enter town on the'morn
ing of eEhibition, and parade
through the principal tiior
ouglifates, drawn bv splendid
atoeds, and containing llio
New York Buglo Band, lad
by the Wizard Bugler, Kich
WILL EXHIBIT AT
CLARKSBURG, Tuesday Ju
ly 27th. Admission,?Box
50 centa. Children and ser
vants 25 centa.
Doors opened at 2 and 7 o'
clock. Performance* half an
hour later. Two diatinct per
formencea afternoon and ere
Among the many splendid
attractions of the French and
American corps of
EIDERS, VAULTEiW, TUM
?BLEKS, ACROBATS, MA
ISTS, <te., Ac., Ac.,
Are the following:
MAD LLE. VIRGINIB,
The Queen of French Eques
The Fairie-liko French Eider
MR- CH. E. SHE1WOOD,
The greateet general perform
er in the world.
The French Ilercuiea. Magi
cian and Oontor ionist.
The matchless somerset Rider
Lea per and Vaulwer.
MON. DENZOR & YANIBH
The French Acrobats.
MAS. CUAS SHERWOOD,
The greateat boy nder in the
?" fT world.
* * The far-famed American Two
>7^-. MAST. JOHN ORTON,
^ 'lrra"( Prodigy of the
f rV^iry TONY PASTOR,
The American down and
Thia Company will alao perform at Fairmont
Saturday, Julv 24th. Shinnaton.Monday, July
26th, and at Pruntytown. Jnlywth.
Also at Pruntytown, Wednesday, Joty
Philippi. Thur^ay, July 2Mb, at^^verly,
Friday VftT^jBurftamon. Brtnrday,
July Slat; at WirtoB, Mood?y, AnfU?t 2nd, at
West Milford. Tnoaday, Ang^ M^atNew Sa
lem, Wednesday, Anguat 4th; at Wert Onion,
Thursday, Auguat 5th.
IN DOW GLASS awl
Putty for aale al
Lottery Drawings &c.f
Maryland State Lotteries!
R. FRANCE 4- CO., MANAGERS.
Hrosent the Following Splendid Sche/ue*
FOR JULY, 1858.
rriHEY caution purchasers of Ticket* to bewaiv
1. , of ordering Ticket* in Lotteries where ex
traordinary large Capitals are otferod for a small
cost of tickets?iaU such are swindles.
The Maryland Lotteries have been in e\N
trace for forty rears. They are drawn by a Stat#
officer and can be relied on. If yon draw a prize
you will got yoar money. The wbolo coontry
is flooded with bogns lottery concorn*.
of thorn. Order in the Mary Inn 1
MARYLAND STATE LOTTKRY,Class L.
To be drawn in Balk city, July S4th, ISM.
14 Brawn Ballot* in each package of 84 tickets.
Making more Prise* than Blanks. ' K very Pack
age of SO ticket* must eontain 14 drawn
numbers, so that there are 14 prize*
to IS blanks. H
1 Grand prize of $40,000
1 > rize of 10,000
1 prise of
1 prize of
1 prize of
I prise of
1 prise of
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prise of
1 prise of
1 prise of
4 prise* of
10 [wise* of
14 prises of
10 prises of
BIT prizes of
04 prises of
#4 prises of
#t prizes of
5.4W prizes of
S8.SS4 prise* of
34,418 prise*, amounting to $1101,000
Tickets $10, Halve* 5, Quarters SX, Eighths 1,43.
Certificate of Package of 84 Whole*, coat 141,00
do. do. S4 Halves, 10,50
do. do. St Quarters, #3,85
do. do. 84 Eighty, XT,<8
THIS IS THZ OLD MODS OF DStWIXO, MUtCS IN
ONE WUtSL AND TICKETS IX ASOTHOU
Every Prim it drawn tut.
Prises paid infall, without any doduotion. j
Maryland Sute Lottery, Ex. Class $, to be drawn
Ln Baltimore, Md., Saturday, July (1,1I5S.
80,109 Prime* I 40,000 Numbersl
We would call attention to the following
iplendid scheme, a package of 1# whole tioket* '
Meting only $80?and every other tioket war
ranted to draw $10. determined by the number
drawing the Capital Prise, whethorojdotevett.
1 prise of
L prise of
1 prise of
I prise of
L Prize of
1 prize of
I prize of
I prize or
L Prize of
I prize of
I prize of
I prize of
>0 prise* of
100 prises of
!0.000 prises of
4 approz'ng to $800
SOu 1 . do.
800 f 5
Whole tloketa $10; halve* $5; quarter* $8,54.
A Managers' Certificate of 14 Whole*?where
persons wish to pay the rl*k only, will be sent
do. 1# Halves, do. 40,04
do. 16 Quarters, do. 80,04
do. 1# Eighths, do. 10,0*
Tho Manager* have been oompelled from the
numerou* complaint* made to thofn, of nnfaith
rulnoss on the part of those who have boon at
tending to the filling of orders, to rosum* the
oorrospondenoe business and in their own name
Order Tioket* from the Managersonly... . 1: f
Address all lotter* to
R. FRANCS ft 00.,
Person* al a distance who desire to purchase
Tiokets In the Maryland Stat* Lotteries, iu fu
ture, direct their letters to the Manager*. R.
FRANCE &. CO.. Baltimore. Maryluud.?
Those who desire to purchase In the Shelby Col*
lege Lottery of Kentucky, will dlreot their let
ters to the Manager*, R- FRANCE St CO.,
Maryland State Lotteries!
R. FRANCE Sc. CO., MANAOERS.
PERSONS living at a distance should bs et
tromoly cautious or w hom they oritur Lotto*
ry tickets or certificates of naeksgss of tiokets.?
Theoountry is floodod with bogua nod Dwind
ling Lotteries. Every Inducement Is held ont to
got person* to invest money In them, (lanital
Prizes of from $So,ooo to 4o,ooo head their
?cbomes?with tloketa at One Dollar. $loo,ooe
Capital Prlxoa are oflbrod, tloketa AS. All sueh,
in every lnatanoe, are frauds; and if money la
?ont to them for tloketa, it is ao muoh thrown,
away without the shadow of a chance of getting
a prize. Beware of ail Lotteries where the Cap
ital prize is unusually lar|te iaoompariaon to tM
price of tloketa. Inovery instance where large
prizes aro offered for a small oost of tlokelo, put
it down aa a certain fraud.
The Kontuokv State Lottery for the b^uofit of
the 8holby Collego, under our management, la
the only Lottery in the United States wbloh Is
legally decided by tho Maryland drawing*: all
other Lotteries wbloh purport to be doolded by
the Maryland drawings aro frauds.
THE MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES.
Purchase in the Maryland 8tsto Lotteries and
you are sure of being right; and in ordering in
tho Marvland Lotteries you are sure of fair and
One thing look to, and that Is. if yon order
from any lioonsed vender in Baltimore, do not
? ecelve any bat Managera'Tiokets and Managers'
l'rlntod Certificates of Packagos. The Mana
gers' Certificate hsvs the numbers printed, ar.4
have the lithographed aignaturo of B. France *
Co. No one Las a right to aeod his individual
certificates, and if he does it, bo aire there la
fraud at the bottom of it.
B. FRANCE, *00.,
Managers of Maryland 8tate Lotteries.
To Southern and Western
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL.
MERCHANTS, Manufacturers, and all others
ualng, making or dealing in Leather, are
respectfully Informed that I have opened an as
sortment of red or Hemlook Sola Leather, In
Baltimore, that for assortment, qaulity and
quantity, has never yet been kept in Baltimore
good a market for tbe purchase andaale of Lea
ther, (I mean Hemlook Sole Leather,) aa any
oitr east. And further, 1 pledge my?If to du
plies te, at all times,*' New York Prions of Sola
Leather," iu any quantity and of every quality,
from ten Sides to a thousand, for oast< oner (sr
Baltimore aooeptanoea of #0 days or 4 months?
interact added J and ask the clow calculati ng and
caab-paying Merchants and Manufacturers and
Dealers of Virginia, North and South Corollna,
and Eaatern Ohio and Tennessee, who purchase
their 8tooka in New York, to get my esale of prf ?
oee before bnylng, or at nil event* call and ens
me if in Baltimore, and learn my prtess and see
I likewise keep oa hand at all timee a com
plete sseortment of Spanish and Slaughter Sole-,
of Oak Tannage, together wltb Ilarneas, Bridle,.
Curtain, WaxUpper?Kips of all sixes?Trench
Calfskins, Domestic do.?together with a large
assortment of Lining*. Bindings, Moroeooe, Pat- '
sot Leather*, Oil Tan Laoe.
Tanners and Cnrrlera Tools, Neat's Foot, Cod
Liver and Taiwan' Oil, alwaya on hand, of an*
perior .[uality and at loweet eaah prices.
I am always in want of Owen and Dry Conn
try Hides, and paying the highest aaeh priess.
Country hides always on hand and for sals.
I will purchase at a email oommlssion, Span
ish Hides of every kind and quality, and attend
to the selecting and shipping of the same.
?ny information at all times cheerfully gives,
together with a copy of Price Current for ums
week, siat whenever required, free of exponas.