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Tk Citizens' Bank still continues to
pay interest on deposits. D. Moodt.
carMulox & Stark have just recei
tsd s rapplj of 1400 bushels of Corn,
Targe quantity of Oats, and mill feed of all
description. Also, dried peaches and ap
ples, groceries of all kinds, of the best
quality. Grain by wholesale and retail,
11 t fair mice: South west corner of
4th and Market Streets. Give the above
gentlemen a call they are fair dealers,
nd will give you good weight and rocas.
ward. For what ever she may suffer StenbcnTilIe, March 19th 1855.
from the extremes to which the public in-1 At a meeting of the friends of Temper-
dignation has been drivon, she alone is re- ance of the city of Steubenville, held at
sponsible. Sampson-like, she laid hold of the Temperance hall, on motion Mr. J ohn
the pillars, and Sampson-like she has pul- H. Lmdsay was called to the chair, and
led down a house upon her head. So mote I Benjamin M. Culberson was appointed
it be. Prttb. secretary when the following Resolution
was unanimously adopUd. Resolved that
we adopt the following ticket for City and
GUARD YOUR LIBERTIES.
"If the Liberties of the American Peo- Townt.hir. officers,
of Koman fnea.tr Uiif. JjAfayettk.
The inquiry has been repeatedly made
on what authority is this remark of Gin.
Lafayettk made. The following answer
is given on the 9th page of the preface to
the Confessions of a Frenuh Roman Cath
olio Priest, published in the year 1837, by
.T. S Tarlnr nf New York.
JOHN Udbkrt, an oia ana Itmay Mt be Bmisa gtatc tbat the
respectable citizen, wnust engaged in re- deolaration of Lafayette in the motto in
pairing a nydrant at tne resiaence oi iur. ques(ioiIj and W!W repeatcd by him more
James lean, on tne aitcrnoon pi outuraay fc American. The very last inter-
last, was violently attacked witn oisease oi vifiw which j had wkh Lafavette en the
the heart, and expired in a few minutes. . f dmrture from pari8t full
For Mayor Tsaao M'Donald.
For Treasurer Thos. Sterling.
For Marshal Robert Boola.
First Ward Whitaker O'Neal.
Second Ward Thomas Miller & John
Third Ward Benj. M. Culbertson.
Fourth Ward James L. Snowden.
Foa Justice of the Pback.
For Trustees Resin Permar. Joseph B,
Mr. Odbert was in his C4th year he had , . . , f America, he made Peters and Kinsey Swords.
been for some considerable time in poor warnm(,. and ?n a letter which I
health, and but a few days previous had a received from tim tut a few days after at
-The hard freeiing of the past win
ter has been very destructive to the hy
drants of our city. Many of them have
recently bunted. It is said the frost has
penetrated from three to four feet into the
ground, a depth beyond any thing we
ever knew before. The last Winter, we
should suppose, will be regarded as the
oldest we have had for many years.
Havre; he alluded to the whole subject,
with the hope expressed that I would make
known the real Btate of things in Europe
to my countrymen; at the same -time, char
ging it upon a sacred duty, as an A men-
Treasurer Jacob R. Reynold's.
Clerk Eli II. M'Feely.
Constables Robert Boals, and Wm. B
Judges of ElectionJames Abrahams
John H. Lindsey 2nd District.
can, to acquaint them with the fears which Clerk of Election Benjamin M. Culber
were entertained bv the friends of remibli- son 1st District.
- - .
can liberty, in regard to our country.
If I have labored with any success to arouse
the attention of my countrymen to the dan
cers foreseen bv Lafavette. I owe it in a
Henry Rolun 2nd District
that we are aware of, has the right men
been selected to fill the right places.
"We have been ready to allow place
and patronage to be mono polized by a few
great families. We have been content to
ive in our country, strangers to our own
government, excluded from the working of
our own institutions, but it was only on
condition that our national pride should
be respected, and our interests and posi
tion in the great family of nations remain
inviolate. This our aristocracy have fail
ed to secure to us, and, therefore, the peo
ple of England will, we hope, demand, in
no spirit of wild and theoretical leveling,
in no spirit of practical reform of an ur
gent and intolerable grievance, that the
system which excludes plebian talent from
high office shall henceforth be discontinu
ed, and that in the army, at the desk, and
in the council, those men shall be called
to the publio service who are at best able
to serve the public. We wish all success
to the movement. It has been our pain
ful lot to witness more nearly than others,
and to obtain more ample information as
to the manner in which this war has been
conducted, and we do not hesitate to ex.
press the opinion that without an entire
change of system, a substitute of energy
for age and decrepitude -unless some .plan
can be hit Upon by which merit shall be
the only criterion in the filling up of civil
and military offices without in fact,
complete abandonment of the claims of
wealth of family and of interest, in favor
Jabs Smith, Salmon Risden, Ross Wells, of that w her nobiHt which thfl hand of
J oseph Dougherty. God ha8 imBreBsed on the forehead of cv-
Resolved, that we solicit the aid of the of is Tain for to con.
friends of Temperance Reform in the city tinuo the preSent contestj and bettcr) to
and Township of Steubenville, to give the accept any condition(I howevc, humiHa
above ticket their hearty support, as it is ting 8jnce no degradation nnd no humilia-
KSTThe river is in a fine stage for peat degree to having acted in conformity
. r Veil l.'f . w uib uiicu icucutvu iuiuuumuud
atoomhno tintr I Iur wharf Irvnlra Ilfa.IllrA. I r
Drnvs and Expresses are runniner brisklv,
tn t Dm. mAmfcanfa will New Tork UnirertHy, Oct., 1836.
soon be.on with their new supply of Goods, Professor Morse, who is the discoverer composed of good temperance men without Lion auffered at tbe hands of the enemy,
.-j it liwiw in all tfcfi or inventor of the lelegraphnow in use, respect to party. ean ecoed tboRa -vi. our own BerviHtv
pers, we hope they wiU make quick sales authority for tho motto. There can Resolved that the Editors of the papers and meanne8s have inflicted, and are about
ii ha tin nnVit tfKnnf. if linuinflf Kaon tho ra. :n the citv. be renuested to crive thin nub- L- a: i
and prontaDie to outers and seiiers. "6 "vv- . v . . r w iauw upon ourauiveu,
m mark of Lafayette. Every American that "city in tneir respective rapers.
1ST It is with reeret we learn that Mrs. came into his company in late years, could JOHN H. LINDSEY, Ch'mn,
E. M. Rush, so well known and highly not leave him without learning his anxiety. Benjamin M. Culbertson, Scc'y.
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esteemed among us, is about to leave our Was ho ignorant of tho spirit of Roman
oity. As a teacher she has been cmi- Priests? was he ignorant of the desires
nently successful, and as parents we will which they had to have our liberties over
sustain a great loss. We have never thrown f He spake from knowledge.
known a teacher to whose care we would May our countrymen remember his coun
more willingly entrust our children ; for sol and warning, and beware of Roman
with her they are well trained, both mor-
"SAM" VICTORIOUS !
Cincinnati, March 20. evening Riv
er risen one foot since yesterday. Flour
dull at ?8,15a8,20. Provisions quiet
mess pork $12,50, bulk shoulders bl:
lard firm, prime, mostly held atOo per bbl.
and 9c for keg; no change in groceries;
linseed oil quiet at 85o per gallon.
The election yesterday passed off quiet-
Priests as they would of men who are con- nd pleasantly, "Sam" figured conspic-
ally and mentally. Our best wishes, with spiring at their Liberties.
those of "her numerous friends and patrons, "Liberty is tho price of ceaseless
are hers. We take great pleasure in rec- Vigilance."
ATtimpTwlincr her in the fAvnrnhlft conaidara-
- .v.. v v.. i k letter from G. W. Johns.
oast, as a lady worthy of the patronage of Washington, March 8th.
any community. . Jfius. Leader : aly attention is called
to an article from the iiucyrus Journal,
March 1st, and copied into your paper of
tho 2nd inst., entitled "Sach Nichts," em
bracing thi'ee letters purporting to have
I uously in the contest, and came out, as
True American Office, )
UBual, "with brows bound with victorious FlourBy W8g0D load '. ...9x
wreaths. ' The returns received up to tne per cwt 4,ao4,au
hour of going to Press-(ten o'clock at GrainWhv--;;;;;:;;;;;;dY;7bWhite,'r65
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10 Park Place, New York, Jan. 1, 1859.
Caught in His Own Trap.
night) indicate the election of the whole
Know Nothing ticket by handsome major
ities. The 'fusionists' have been routed
..1 Mill 11 WIS 1.1
"horse, loot and dragoons." liven to tne Butter-Fresh 2025
North Ward, the Btrong hold ef the Ro- Lard .80
White Beans f bush.
Potatoes Neshannocks. . ."& bush.
The present deep and strong anti-Pope
ry feeling in this country, is one of the 6eon written by me to the Bucyrus Jour
most conspicuous and note-worthy features dated "Mansfield, Feb 16th," and
of the times. Only a few years since, there "Ashland, Feb. 17th, and "18th 1855.'"-
were indications that the cunning devices jhe letters thus published are every line of
of Rome to gain ft powerful ascendency in them forgeries, and wero got up to tell the
public affairs, would be attended with no Bucyrus Journal or perhaps, to boro the
small success. Polititians were courting undersigned. The' "rich dcvelopemeuts!"
the favour of her ecclesiastics; her high are therefore the merest humbug, as I trust
functionaries were sent for and closetted the dignified wit the enterprise will suffi-
with our chief magistrate and his official c;eDtly reward the ingenious author of the
associates ; she made bold to assail our pub- forged letter for his outlay in such a very
lie school system, and claimed the exolusive novci undertaking.
control of a portion of their funds; whilst The gach Nichts have nothing to do
all necessary arrangements were consmma- wjtn politics or electing men to office,
ted as far as in her lay, for holding in her thus confidently as I am proud to be-
ovrn hands the entire ecclesiastical proper- iong t0 such a benevolent society of citi
ty of her communion, with the enormous CD8,
power it entailed. A heavy cloud, how- It ;a true that I was in Mansfield about
ever, came over the bright prospects which tho 16th of Februrary and was arrested by
so illuminated her future. Politics have the Maahal for supposed violation of the
ehanged its front ; and taking its cue from town statutes, but there being no offence,
the popular feeling, is now arrayed in open i waited so long as necessary for the May
hostility to her aggressions, threatening or t,, collect any evidence against me, and
even to wrest from her the right and im- none appeared, I left the Court openly,
muu'.ties heretofore enjoyed; bcr designs Lithout uretendiofc to give bail, or havinc
upon tho school funds have been signally anv obstruction offered to my departure.
defeated ; and her, ambitious expectations xni8 circumstance has probably produced
a it I ...
form the control ot her own property ny ec- the forged letter but if Mayor P. will get
oloaiastics, bids fair to lead to such legisla- tcstsmony ready, and the witnesses on
on as will effectually place it beyond tlieir the stand, and let me know his wishes,
reach. Whatever we may think as to some j Bnan t,e DUt t0o happy to call at his office
of the movements which have resulted in
V -a .1 ml
man Catholics, where adcad set was made Dried'Pea'ch'e'8'.'.'.'.'.'.,..".'.V.'.'.'.;. ....2,50
to elect a Democrat Judge of Eleotions, the
Snow Nothings were victorious. The fact
is, "Sam" is "omnipotent" hero, as he is
everywhere, and the "old fogies" had bet
ter knock under at once. We have only
time to say now that the Know Nothings
A Chief and Assistant Burgess. -Three
A High Constable.
Three Borough Constables.
Two Justices of the Peace.
Two School Directors.
Assessor and assistant Assessor.
The Judges and one Inspector of Elec
tions in each of the wards.
In three of the wards the inspectors vo
ted for by the "allies," and elected, are al.
TTnAtD LilLn .n iW riM-tv linr . Mill," westend market street a run of Btone
b' r J for grinding corn, rye, barley, Ac. I am pre-
made a clean sweep. pared to self corn meal, at wholesale or retail
, n...!i,.,.l. ;. Amn.in. oil .ml "t the mill, and at my store, where I keep on
o . '1 hand family irroceriei and nrndnro at. lnw nri.
there was great rejoicing last night at the ces for cash or country produce
TTtj le.i ."...j Diouoenvme marcn la
result. jierutu iuii nut.
this change, no true lover of his country
ean fail to rejoice in these inJications of a
returning healthful publio sentiment.
One of the most gratifying features in
this change, is the fact that he who set the
the next time I am in Ohio, for another
trial, if the last one was not perfectly sati
factory. Very Respectfully,
O. W. JOHNS.
The main point, vis: that Mr. Johns
was in Mansfield forming Sach Nichts So-
snare has been caught in his own trap c;et;e8 jB not denied. Indeed virtually, he
Hsman has been Btrung up on a gallows Lmita the facts on this point, as charged
he had built for another. Until his grace, A.nd it may be proper to enquire what
John Hughes, began to put his fingers into Nebraska office holder was doing
our public concerns, religion and politics among tne Germans and locofocos, except
were seperate interests, do one neiore wa8fugin(r natives, doughfaces and Ro
man Catholics into secret political societies
against the Protestant Anti-Slavery clas
ses of community. With our present
light, we must retain our first opinion of
bhns mission His attempted apolo
gy makes the matter worse and confirms
him ever dared to introduce religious ques
tions into into political contests. But oon-
trolling as he did, a large portion of the
Roman Catholic vdfcs, and finding unprin-
ciplcd and ambitious politicians ready to
strike a bargain with him, he took them
into the shambles and exposed them the previoug suspicion. Cleveland Lead.
tha highest bidder, mrcnasere were reu- (f
ilv found, and his present success, perhaps,
eauallnd his most san8 uino espectations. There is no greater obstacle in tbe
Hence the apparent growing favor and way of sucoess in life, than waiting for
power of Popery, a "few years since, to something to tarn up, instead of going to
which we bT alluded.
But, alas 1 "all that's bright must fade,"
.. a I. V?nlT linu fminjl a Ilia, urniv.
as tne aivuuwuwj' - -"-"
nis schemes were too daring.
work and turn something up.
ttJ-The people of Great Britain have to
He uWrit- pay about fiw times as much for their nion.
.:.i- lrtk onenedthe eyes of those archical eovcrnmeut as we for our repub.
v. '.a Wofnre refusedlo see portents lican. It is no wonder the London Timet
WUv Altai MVfvf-- - I - iJ
An indiznant publio sentiment, is becoming democratic. It has counted
was awakened, which publio men.no Ion- the cost of royalty, and legalised aristocra
cer dare trifle with, snd as the result, cy. Our example of freodom, cheap gov
erns bids fair to pay for her temerity with ernment, and publio prosperity, is thus
aveoffftnee. She took her religion into slowly but surely rapping the foundations
the market, snd verily, he will get her r-1 of tbs old tje-pot, of Europe.
Dried Apples 1,50
Seeds Clover 6,7567.00
Pork $ cwt. 3,754,24
AS it is the intention of the undersigned
to leave Steubenville the 1st of April, she
would respectfully call the attenti on of those in
debted to her, and request of them immediate
payment MK3.E. U. KUSH.
PROPOSALS will be received until the
third Saturday in April next, for the build
ing of a substantial board fence, around the
Exhibition Grounds of the Jefferson county Ag
ricultural Society. For description, euauire at
T O D1..L t. . t -,l yI !
. iv. oiucK a co., oieuoenviueunio.
oj order of the Board.
' GEO. M'CULLOUGH Pres't.
Grist Kill and Grocery Store.
T HAVE in operation at the "Union
Fierce Attack of the London Times on
the Aristocracy of England.
MAGNIFICENT PRIZES !
TITE are now receiving one of the lar-
eraai anrt Kocf aanttaA fitsVa it
vav nun v ot ivb wu wwuaa vi
ever before offered. Our Stock is all new this
Spring, and comprises the latest and best styles.
it consists in part or
of new and beautiful designs.
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in every variety of style and quality.
GILT, SILVER, VELVET
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Booksellers, Stationers and Paper Dealers.
Market Street Steubenville, Ohio.
March, 1 JH55.
rpo encourage the literary talent of the
country, as well as to secure the best avail
able matter for their columns, the proprietors
ounenew xora Saturday uouriertiave deter
mined to award a nri nf Dn Wnnrtiv.H TVil.
makes a violent attack upon the English liars for the best, and Fifty Dollars for the sec-
The London Times of February 14,
aristocracy, and declares that they must ' JSJrWSi
?iva un a Dortion of their power to the peo- Said stories may be in anv style, mav be loca-
t.1o TVia enirif nf thA ftrtiilfl mav he " or remi w nujr period ;
pie. IM spirit 01 tne article may oe th raugt . ' . . A
.1 ... il 11 A A. . il . 1 T 1 a
gatnerea irom ine louowing extract: woubieb. x.acn musi oe accompanied ny
. - - . viiouiiiuoui jbo Muvuur jij it neuieu uvciupe,
jtne experience 01 we iu lew uiouuib au tales banded in are to become the property
lino BwnlrPiiod thfl Tvflnnlo of P.nirlnnrl from ' the paper, and will be used in its columns if
, . , , , , r , . - deemedworthy of publication. The award will
their dreams of wealth and prosperity, from be made without reservation, by a committee
tha of gentlemen, whose high literary standing will
' I hn a miamntM nf Mm inonrttv anil fa run. nf
1 l.!l..A. 1.1 r.. O . . V
naval ana military eipiuita ut tue iuwj war, inn proposal. 1 heir names areli. hayn yuack-
onJ frnm th miTiTuwifinn flint iyiati invfldf. e"bos, formerly hditor of the N. Y. Literary
- American. Chauncey O. Burr, Editor of the
ed with high rank and clothed with great I N. Y. National Democrat, and the Editor of the
officoare possessed of faculties equal to ?'t Ule"
the direction of our affairs whenever there ofteu disappoiuted by the chicanery or dishon-
b more than an ordinary strain on the W
vessel OI ine state, uur eyes are open, siriciesi imparuauiy win oe ooserveu ; tne en-
.-J l..X,l J il.i I..J ir. eiuue coiiiaiiiiiig uio umurii names win not
and we behold that we are naked. We lJ m aftr the judffei ha decided.
ask for talent sufficient to conduct great and the award wili be a fair one if it is in the
affairs to successful conclusions and in- lnXS ...
stead ot talent we are ottered titles and 01 nay.
LTUountry Editors may secure a regular ex
change by inserting the aboie. together with
F. JTVISSCHER A Co., Proprietors,
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offered in oxchango high connections, or,
at best, seniority. The cold shade of aris
tocracy is over us all, and nothing can
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1st Preobvterian Church, Fourth street, be
tween Adams and loath street. Pastor, H. 0
Comingn. RnideDc next door to Urt Chares.
rviee at 10,30 a. m. and 6 p. ro.
3d Presbyterian Church, Fourth atreH, be
tween Washington and North streets. Pastor,
W r. Breed. - Residence new ooor 10 u
Church. Service, 10,30 a. m. and 3 p. m. '
P. E. Church, corner of Fourth and Adams
streets. Pastor, J. Morse. Residence. High
Ktreet, between Adams and South. Service at
10 JO a. m. and 3 p. m.
Dicciples Church, Dock street, between Fifth '
and Sizih streets. Pastor, J. Phillip. , Service
10,30 a. m. and 6 p. m.
African, M. E- Church, corner ot South and
Third streets. Pastor, N. Carter. Service at
10,30 a. m. and 6 p. m.
A. R. Church, corner of Fifth and North st. ..
Pastor, O. Buchanan. Residence, Fourth at.
between North and Washington sts. Service at
10,30 a. m. and 1,30 p. m.
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xl O. O. F. meets every second and fourth
Fridays, at 6 o'clock, p. m., in Jefferson
Lodge rooms, un Third Street, over Uarrett s
Store, D. B. Burchard, O. P., Geo. B. Means,
S. W John Waggoner, Scribe.
Jefferson Lodge No. 6, I. 0. 0. F., meets
every Tuesday a 6 12 o'clock, p. ra., in their
Hall DU 1UIIU BUCCI,B1CIUICI "HII.I UCU.
B. Means N.G., J. L. Helton. V. G., Jas. O'
Neal, ir.. Secretary.
Good Will Lodge No. 143, 1. 0. 0. F., meets
every Thursday at 6 1-2 o'clock, p. m , in their
Hall on f ourtn street, over ueauy steeiman 1
Store. A. 0, Wortbington, N. G., D. Filson
V. G., T. H. Robertson Secretary.
Feb. 8. 1655.
Boots! Boots!! Boots!!!
TTAS on hand, and is manufacturing,
Gents' Freneh Calf Stitched and Pegged
Kip and coarse Boots and Shoes. Also, Ladies
Misses and Childrens Gaiters, Kid, Morocco
and Calf Boots, Buskins and Slippers : and
keeps in store a large stork of Eastern work of
the latest style, ail 01 which tie win sell low
for Cash, at nis fashionable Boot and Shoe store
Market Street, Steubenville, Ohio.
Feb. 1, lBS5-3mon.
Guardians' sals of Real Estate.
grow beneath it except the off shoota of TIT virtue of an order of the Probate
the tree itself. Up to the middle of No- within and for Jefferson County 0.
1 , , I will expose at public sale on Saturday the 31st
vember, this country believed itself to have day of March A. D. 1855, at the front dcor of
Bteubenvuie the following
remises situate in sail
.m!,. m.nomld ofntamnn Jonnrtmnnf. UOUrt tlOUSe In BteUTOnVllle the foUoWin
- e .-'" " described lot of lssd and premises situate in t
all equal to their several duties, all of the county described as follows: being a lot of
very best the world could afford, and now f,tZlSllSt
in the middle of February, in threo short beginning for de the same in a I ne with the
months, all is changed, or rather, all is StrwMhenwwi the North line 0f Rons Street
reversed. We have awoke from rur dream S. 70 E. HO feet thence N. 30 E. 60 feet thence
, , onj , t j- N. 70 W. 140 thence 8. 20 W. 60 feet V the be-
of hope, prosperity and success, to disns- ginnin(jWith the appurtenance, subject to the
ter and dismay. Out generals have turn- payment of eight dollars and thirty three cents
1 a.. i, . t annually to Mary Hildebrand. There is atom-
ed out worse than useless, our ministers fort.ble frame house in the abve described lot.
something moro than incapablo, every Terms. One third in hand, bslance In two
1 V. V i 1 . equal annual inauuiucuia wim iniereBl I ruin
public department has been crushed into . 0f iRie. Possesaion given immediately
hopeless imbecihty by the weight of un- Rpraiaedat SOLOMON HILDEBRAND.
, . . , . . Guardian for the heir of James Long, dve'd
ending routline and on no one occasion March 1 1853.
New Meat Shop.
rFHE UNDERSIGNED has opened
New Meat Shop, iu Washington Hall Build
ingx nesrly opposite the upper end of the Mar
ket House! where he will seep constantly ir
store a general assortment of Meats, Beef, Lamb,
Veal. Pork. Sausage, Lard, etc. Prices rootler
ate. Thankful for 20 years patronage, he hopes
to prove worthy of its continuance.
Farmers having any description of Fatted
Stock will be paid the highest market price, by
calling at my store opposite the upper end of the
TVrOTICE is hereby given that the nn
A" dersigned has been dul v Qualified as Ex
ecutorof the last will and testament of Samuel
J. Miller, late of Jeffenton County Ohio deceas
ed rersons having claims against said estate,
are requested to present them duly authentica
ted for settlement, and those indebted are re
quested to make payment without delay.
JAMES WATSON Exect'r,
March 1 1855-3t
EZRA BRUGH, M. D.
rv VFICE in the Drug Store of Brush, &
j McCutoheon, Market St., Steubenville, C.
Keaidenee on 4tb, between Logan and Clinton
streets. Marsh , 1W&
AT my instance an attachment was Usu
ed by John White a Justice of the Peaee
of laiithfield Township. Jefferson County, 0.,
sfainst the property and effects of Wm. E Car
ter an absconding debtor. (Debt 31 .00 doll's.)
Feb. 12 1855-3-t.
New Fall and Winter Goods.
fPENING THIS DAY AT Q.& J.
v SCOTT'S, 30 pieces freneh merinoee, all
bbades.fine quality, at 87 to $1; 50 ps. Co
burg cloth 6-4 wide 31 to 62,50 ps. black and
colored Alpacas from 15 to 75, plain colored all
wool delaines; 37); 55 ps. black and colore
dress and mantle silks from 62 to $1,50.
French and Scotch plaids entirely new styles,
prints, printed delaines Ac. 75 cartons of bon
net ribbons, the largest and richest stock ever
brought to the city. 10 cartons plain and fsnry
trimmings, velvet do.. jilV, galoon and lsce
gimp trimmings, Ac. French flowers, bonnet,
silks and velvets. Bonnets of all the latest fall
The subscribers hnve no hesitancy In saying
that tbey are now opening the richest and cheap
est lot of goods ever offered in this market,
Jan. 1. 1855. Q. A J. SCOTI.
GROCERY AND FEED STORE,
rPHE subscribers have on hand, and in
tend keeping on hand a good supply of
Com, Oats and Mill feed. Also a good supply
of Groceries, generally kept in grocery eetab-
imnmeniR, ooutn west corner or fourth aad
Adams street, Steubenville Ohio.
Jan. 1, 1855. MEIKLE AND STARK. .
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, SHOES,
and CARPETS. Third street, adioininr
Court House, Steubenville, Jan. 1. '55.
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TCARBER and fashionable hair dresser.
Raxors set, and all. kinds of Surgical in
struments put in good order. Corner of 14
and Washington streets, Steubenville, Qbie.
& J. SCOTT have received an extra
large and beautiful stock of Trimmings.
u. d J. BIAMT.
Jan. 1, 1855. Washington Hall Building.
William 7). Sherrow, Barber,
"LVOULD inform his friends and the
public, that be is ready at all times. (Sab
bath excepted,) to wait on his customers in his
line. Koom under the Mechanics Saving Fuafl,
Market St., Steubenville, O. Jan. 1 , '6i.
SAMUEL BXTIE, Barber ana Kair Trimmer,
aJAVliNU recently taken rooms at the
A TJ. S. Bouse, Steubenville, will always be
on hand to wait on customers, in the most pe
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lite manner, and desires a liberal share of pat
ronage. Jan. 1, 1855.
fpHE largest and most magnificent stock
- of Sou bet Ribbons ever brought to Steu
benville, just opened for the inspection of the
Ladies. 0. A J. SCOTT,
Jan. 1, 1855, Fancy an i Trimming Store.
If ARRET STREET, Steubenville, 0.
L1 WM. JOHES. (formerly of Wellaville.)
Proprietor. Jan. 1, 1851.
a. w. k'coob.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville,
Ohio. Office on Third street, betweea
Market and Washington. Jan. 1, '55.
SS. 8. BOTHACXXB.
AFFICE South Fourth St, near Conn's
" Dry Good Store, Steubenville, 0. Jan. 1.
A LARGE stook of beautiful Meriaees
Plaids, just opened at
Jan. 1, 1855. Q. A J. SCOTT'S.
E. T. TAPPAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Stoubenvillf,
Ohio. Office on Fourth Street, south ef
Market, opposite Norton Hotel. Jan. 1, 1851.
MOODEY & ELLIOTT,
ATTORNEYS' AT LAW, SteubenvilU
Ohio. Office corner ef Market and Fourth
streets, second story. Jan. 1, I85S.
OYSTER AND CONFECTIONERY
8ALOON, Ws PsTrirasow, Proprietor, op
posits Citixens' Bank, Third street, Steubenville,
Ohio. Oysters wholesale and retail. Alse,
Toysand Notions. Jan. 1,1855.
JAMW ONEAL. OEORQI O'NIAL.
J. & 0. O'JTEAl,
(Successors te Alexander XJoyle,)
tI FORWARDING & COM.
1IHM I I
MISSION MERCHANTS A Stemnboat 1ms
Ware house comer of Market and Water streets,
Whsrf boat at Market street Landing.
January 1, 1856. -
8AMTJEL 8T0KELY, -ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Steubenville.
Ohio. Office umkr Kilgore a,lt. Mirk!
Jan. 1. 1555.
UNITED 8TATES HOUSE,
Tl W. KARL, Proprietor, corner Mar
ket ami High streets, star the River.Stm-
; t'tnvllle, Ohio.; . -.Jan. I. '54...;