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Tits Citizens' Bank still continuei to
pay interest on deposits. D. Moodt',
' cgaTn conscqucnco of the necessity of
removing our press an apparatus to the
south ant corner of 4th and Market street,
our next isuo will be delayed until Tues
day tho 17th inel, after which we inteud
publishingegula'rly on Tuesday.
SapWo have received the 2nd number
of tho "American Monthly Magazine,"
published in Boston, by James S. Tuttle
& to, Terms $S,W per annum. mis i
certainly a very valuable periodical, and we
lope the Editors will be liberally patroni
sed. It is devoted to American interests,
and contains some able articles on that
subject. , . We think our booksellers would
do well to procure several copies of this
wmk, for we have no doubt but it will
please tho public ' '
We would consider ourselves indeDtea.
to the Editors tor tue isrnuuiuuiv. ...
iit;,if-Tlii'VV'iiverlv Magazine is on our
table. This Magazine is published in
, Boston, by Moses A. Dow. Term3 ?2,00
per annum. It is a welcome visitor where
ever it goes, and is ono of the cheapest
Magazines published. Among its regular
tiontributors may be found some of the
best writers in tho country.; v
;Bf$By referring to our advertising col
umn, our readers will seethe advertise
ment of H. G. Garrett. . Mr. G. has just
returned from the cast, whero he has pur
chased ft very large stoek of goods. It is
said not ; to be surpassed by any ever
brought to this market. Call and take a
look at this great variety, you will be
pleasantly and no doubt profitably enter
tained. Wo hope our friend G. and all
"who advertise with us, may meet with en-
avsu J u
(rrment in nronortiou to their mcr-
its, and then we are sure that our patrons
cannot but prosper. -
jfcgrWe direct attention to the ndver
tbeincnts of Dougherty and Brother; itt to
lnvs Paper. Tbey havo an excellent and
well selected" .Stocked are very gentle
manly mcrchantsgivcthcm a a Call.
ii--iOn Vestcrday morning at about 3
.'..!. ...t- -a worn nwnltpnr'd bv the CTV of
',1 VltilA, ' j
live. It proved to be an old i'ramo house
on t!:c corner of 3d and south streets, for
tunately the house had not been occupied
for some days, and tho only loss sustained
was the building which was considered
worth but a trifle.
Vr.im information received from a num
. 1 a., tl Sa miitn
of Tqfcnstnps in too county, huiw
manifest that we have had a friendly vis
it nf 'quKe. c gcueral character from the m
" S"J'fJ' .. a Muwlnv Inst. Uur eXDeC-
Mna hae been fully realized in tho com
pete defeat of the fusion ticket, and the
t.im.nli'of the American principles, by
the election of True 'American men by
lanro majorities. True in the 4th ward,
the" Ironist have succeeded in electing a
s - i ln' n crvnutlv decreased
in vntfi of
w inaji)i'ity irom iuo um uuuiim....
' thst ward, and in order to accomplish this
tl.ov were compelled to concentrate their
; Strength upon n gentleman whose antccecd
Vcuts sre entirely whig. A glorious victory
fr,r tho "bloody fourth?" Wand creek,
''Knox, Springfield, Mt. Jficasaui, ...u,
fiuathfield, Wells,J3ross creek and Wayne,
have all gone by majorities varying from,
70 to 200 for the American candidates in
opposition to the fusionists. ;
CO-Wc wero much delighted on the re
ceipt of ft private letter from our old friend
;it V. Suck expressions of true friend
ship inakes an appeal to the warmest feel
ings of-our heart. .Although the main
body of tlie letter is private, wo hopo our
lviend will excuso us for the liberty we
tako in publishing the following extract:
H would say to you, go on, the cause is a
Llnrimu one. richly worthy tho confidence
mid support of every true American. Go
in then and decapitate the hydra-headed
Catholocism, and let us have no
more Bediuos and John Mitchela travel-
in-nmontrst us." AH this friend W. G.,
(i,d being our helper, wo intend, to do.
l,Tho Americans havo trinmphan
over the fusionists, in , Columbus, Cleve
land, Toledo, Circlovillo, Zanesville Piqua,
Lancaster Ac, kc, ; . , t; ,
' In !,!Ncw OrlcansT the Americans wcro
completely triuniphat. t .
. .kw York, April. 3. Mr. Robertson,
'rtjfiK Ur-S. Consul iu Havana, it U un
Umo&. has sent in so strong a protest
ani!iwtJ the so called trial of Estrampes
H.ut l-'elix, as to fuduce tie Captain Gen,
'.l-alto -refer the niattor to th,Spanish
'Minister at Washington beforo carrying
"lliu sentence i into excctition. Announcd-
iiH-nU are given forth' that six companies
coioreu muuia are 10 oo eswuiiBiiuu.
'".Cincinnati, April 3.- Commissioner
lVndery deolared Rosetta free, and she
was' immediately delivered to her guardian
The Commissioner declared, that having
iceu, brought thero by hcr.ownory she
aiio'uulor' the .'operation 'of Ohlo.laws,
Md' was: thorcfore. not ft fugitive from sla-
xl'iyVv. The soquel was quiet. " '
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i;; Cf.uMA;s! C, April 2.-Tho clcd-
;tku for MavoT resulted iu tb.0 cboicef
Arthur, : wh , is' claimed as ft K. N., by
CITY AHD TOWNSHIP ELECTION.
American Fution., Maj.
: First Districts ,
254. J. B. Peters -189. 65.
248,. J, Hill,1
250. M. Myers,
CLKBK, ' , : . ' .'"
D. Burchard 250. S. W. Hill, 182, 68
' V ; ,'';! Treasurer. ' ' - 'I
A J. Beatty 252. W. O'Neal,
" ', , Constables.
M. Doylo, ; 239. C, Beans, .
S. Stephens, 241. J. Wintringer 178
'','.'.'""" .Assessor. '-,'.'
D. Burchard, 251. T. MTarland 177,
Clerk of Election. ',
B. Culbertson 24G. J. M'Cracken 178,
Judge of Election.
Abrahams 251. M. Fiest, 165. 80.
Second District." .
R. Permar, 296. J.B.Peters, 137. 159.
J. Melvin. , 289.. J. Hill. 130. 159.
K. Swords, 299. M. Myers, 126. 173.
": ' Clerk. . ' 1
D. Burchard 296. S.W.Hill, 124. 172.
, Treasurer. ' ;
A. J. Beatty 302. W. O'Neal, 118. 184.
M. Doyle, 282. C. Beans,
Stephens, 287 Wintringer,
" . , Assessor.
E. Steele, 285 S. W. Hill,
Judges of Election.
J. Attig, 288. J. Armstrong 124.
T. Stewart, 289. L. Borland, 125.
Clerks of Election.
J. Mills, 289. H. C. Wolcot, 120.
J. C. Conn, 290. J. M' Median 122.
American Majorities Permar, 224,
Melviu 226, Swords, ' 243, Burchard,
(Clerk) 240, Beatty, 208; Doylo, 189,
Stephens, 227, John Bray, Justice of the
Peace, 216. '
City. We are unable to give tho full
vote of -the City owing to the absence of
the Clerk, but believe the majorities given
below aro correct.
Patterson, 453. M'Keuny
M. Doyle, C. Beans,
G. Filson, J. Harrison
J. Miller, E. Tappan,
Trustee of Water Works.
II. Hukill, J. B. Peters,
Council. lt. Ward, Z. Ragan, Amer
ican, 18 maj. 2d. Ward, J. Manly, A.,
2 years, 72 maj., J. W. Gray, A., 1 year,
76 maj., 3d. Ward, H. B. Patterson, A.,
80 maj., 4th Ward, Joseph Means, union,
OUR DIFFERENCES WITH SPAIN
We have received authentio and entirely
reliable intelligence of the arrival of dis
patches from the Spanish government, grow
ing out of tho Black Warrior difficulty,
has been accccdcd to. What these demands
were arc set forth at length in tho letter
of tho Secretary of State to Mr. Soulo da
ted June 22. 18o4, with the general te
nor of which our readers aro familiar
In that paper Mr. Hardy claimed
First. That if tho manifesto of the
Black Warrior was not in strict conformi
ty to law. (and it was upon this ground
tho seizure of tho Black Warrior was made,
the fault was in the Custom Houso officers
at Cuba, who not only permitted, but di
rected the form of making it.
This fact is now understood to be admit
cd by Spain.
Second. Mr. Marcy insisted that tho
eonsignci ot cue DiacK , warrior was enti
M . 1 -W-k 1 ITT l
tied to twelve hours, aftct tho arrival of
the vessel, to amend the manifest; that he
offered to do it in this case, and that per
mission was refused him.
This fact, also, wo are assured, is concc d
ed by the Spanish government. ,
Third. Compensation was asked for
the loss consequent on the illegal seizure,
This the Spanish government have agreed
to pay. : ;
Fourth. ' The Spanish government havi
also agreed to romove all persons now in
offico who wcro implicated in the seizure,
and have ordered the rovonue officers who
participated improperly therein, and who
are met now in offico, to be tried for their
Thus itappoars, that without any min
ister at all at Madrid, and , with a simpl
secretary of legation to communicate and
transmit the dispatches of the, respective
governments to caoh other this whole war
breeding 8pectre has been layoa, ana ppain
has promptly and cheerfully offferod. every
indemnification that was asked of her in the
ltWnf tho Stieretarv of Stato to Mr,
Soule, dated tlie 22d Juno, 1854; .
American Cities Tho recent elco
Hons havo resulted in tho eleections of
American Mayors in eighteen cities 'of this
Union. " ' Truly Sam is .'-round.": His foot
makes a big hole in the old party platforms
all' the way from Maine to California, ana
down to Virginia.-America,,
- New Haven, April 4 The result of
the election is fouif Know Nothing and
Whig Congressmen and 18 of the Senators.-.
Thero ro two thirds of 21 rcpro
sentativos all of tho samo party. . There is
no choice' for Opvcrnor by tho people
Tho Democrats1 and Know Nothings can
didates art about ven.
Majvin Warren of Bellefontaine, O.,
has prepared a pamphlet, Forms and di
rections designed to be a complete "guide
to Justices and others, under the Liquor
Law of 1854..- He has. his second edi
tion now on hand, which contains all tho
ate decisions of the Supreme Court- upon
the subject, together with ? a copy of the
act. . ;' ,' .' .. -,' ."' ' '
The work is indorsed for correctness by
some twenty-five ablo Lawyers residing in
every part of tho State. The following
resolution was adopted by the State Tern.
perance Convention,'; held at Columbus
on th22d of February 1855; Resolved
that the "Legal Forms", prepared by. M.
Warren, Esq., of Bellefontaine for proceed
ing under the Ohio Liquor Law, be reo-
commended to the temperance men throug h
out the State. . , '
Prick of tiie Work. Single copy
33ctsj Four copies $1,00 or 25 cts., per
copy; f orty copies $s,UU or zU cents per
copy; .Sixty, copies $9,00 or 15 cts pcr
copy. Sent to any part of the state at my
expense and risk, as soon as ordered with
the money enclosed. Coin, bills, or post
age stamps, will be sent at my risk by mail
if properly enclosed.' All orders directed
soon to M. Warren, Attorney at law, Bel-
efontaine, Logan Co., O. with money en
closed, will receive prompt attention, small
orders as well Jas large ones.
April 5th, 1855. M. WARREN. '
; True American Office,
April, 5, 1855. J
Flour By wagon load. .9,25
per cwt..v 4.20O4.50
Corn Meal 75(380
Grain Wheat, red 1,65 white, 1,70
WhitH Beans $ bush. 3,00
Potatoes Neshannock8..,33 bush. 1.25
Beds 90 bush. 1.00
Butter Fresh ,20()25
Lard ; 8(310
Efrsjs SPdoz. 12U
Dried Peaches. 2,50
Dried Apples...... 1,50
Seeds Clover 6,757,00
Flaxseed - 95
Pork ..)cwt. 3.75014.24
12,000 POUNDS OF WOOL WANTED,
The Subsciibcr having made preparation to
start the Woolen Manufactory at Harveys
Mills, Union Port, Jefferson Co., where he will
manufacture Flanels, Blankets, Satenctts and
Cloths for the Farmers on reasonable terms.
Also will receive at the different Stations on
& I. II K., and Wm. M'Carty's Store. Stcu-
bcnvillc, Alexander Station, Heed's Mill, also
at Win. Finney's Store, Cadiz, at which points
the wool will bo shipped and goods reshiped at
prices vareing from 25 cts. to 31 cts. for Flan
nels and Blankets per. yd., and from 40 to 50
for SatinetU and cloth pcr yard. .
A pri 1,5th '55. jtUBJjiKf AKrlluK.
NEW SPRING GOODS !
NOW OPENED AT
DOUGHERTY & HROTIIER'S,
A large and splendid stock of Goods in the la
dies' Departn-ent ; also, a very heavy stock ef
Goods for men and boys wear, m ourUloth and
Clothing room, which will be sold at low prices
to su it the times.
N. B. 5000 yds. Carpeting of every grale
and pattern, which we con dispose of at prices
to suit everybody.
Store Rooms Corner 3d. and Market street
opposite Public Building.
April, 5-3 mo. DOUGHERTY fc BRO.
TT G. GARRETT, has just received
XX and now opening a large and fash
ionable stock of SDriner Goods, having been
purchased jn the Eastern Cities within the last
8 days at reduced prices, I am prepared to ott
er customers ereater bargains than ever. The
Stock consists in part of Plain Black and Fan
cv Colored silks and satins, trotn su cts. to
lrt.50 uer yard. Striped and Barred Silks, Ac,
Challis Lawns.jBnrcge, and other Dress Goods,
cheaper than ever before offered in this market.
ap. o, au. u. u. uarrktt, x o. iuu, ju si,
C MEETING and Pillow Caso Muslins
all wljths, qualities and prices, Sheeting
Muslin one quality, from o cts. toilets. per
yd.. Bleached Muslin, good article from cts,
to 10 cts. per. yd. Irish Linen, pure linen,
from 31 cts. to 70 cts. per. yd. .
np. 5th, '55. ' H. G. Gabbett, 3d. st.
H ON NETS, newest style, Bonnet Satin,
Silk and Ribbon, in great, variety, Collars,
Spencers, Underslcevcs, hoosiery, Gloves, Mitts,
Lace, Edging, silk and linen lion. call at
H. G. Gabbktt's, 3d., street,
TV OTICE is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed and quel
ificdastho Executor of the last will and tea
tnment of William Drake, late of Jefferson co.,
Persons indebted to said estate will make
immediate payment.. and those having claims
will present them duly authenticated for settle
tnent. ' J0H!f n. Mercek, Executor of
ap. 5th 3t. : William Drake, dec d
ENABLES r. TIIAPHKR. ' ' ROBERT 8. WODDBOF,
THACEER & W0DDR0P,
WHOLESALE BOOT, SHOE ANB
f 1RUNK WAREHOUSE, No. 101 Arch
street between Thirdand Fourth, up stairs; four
doors below Union hotel Khilaeelpnia.
January 1 ,1855.' ' ..
MULNERY & MANTAUMAKTNG.
Misses GEORGE & SCOTT have en
tercd into copartnership in the aboye business,
inSaw Aliundria,and beg leave to announce
to the citizens and community that they are
prepared to give general satisfaction to all who
r ' .i.r ..II : .!.. ii.. v,,,;. ;.,
I1IHV Kive Miem a etui 111 faucu hub v. uuiamva.,
" . - o -
' 1 JllISSES U KUKUK Oi OUOO ,
New Alexandria, Ohio, April 5, '55. 1
.::. s 8. C0URSEY,
11 ARBER and fashionable hair dresser,
Raors set. and all kinds of Surgical in
strument put in good order. Room, under
the Mechanics'. Saving Fund, Market st near
th e Washington hall, botwecn 3d. and 4th. st.
apnl Hh, 1PQ3. '
William D. Sherrow. Barber,
TITOULD inform his friends and the
T-" niiblio. thathe is ready at all times. (Sab
bath excepted,) to wait on his customers in his
line, auuaing on in airet, "o uuu uu
the Morton hotel, : . '
Fourth r 8teubenville, O. ' april 5, '55,
. .. . TO THE PUBLIC. V
rpHE subscriber would inform his friends
-- and the public, that he has got back to his
old stand on South 4th street again, and he
will be pleased to wait on them as formerly.
He win pegiaa to see bis oia menas canon mm
again. -. juaJM uuxtu.
Harch 29,1855-tf. . ;..
'GROCERY AND FEED STORE.
rpHE subscribers havo on hand, and in
":tend keeping on hand a good supply of
Corn, Uhu anu jam loeu. Also a goou supply
or tJToCenes, generally Kept in grocery estab
lishments, South west corner of Fourth aad
Adams, street, 5toubenille Ohio.
Jarr. 1,1855, ' ME1KLE AKD STAUK.
. '0. 4 J. SCOTT. '
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SPRING
. OF 1855.
60 cases of new goods now received and
cm-nine at the old stand. eowDrisinir the
the richest and roost fashionable selection of
Dress Goods, millinery, straw gooils and Trim-
mines of the present season. Harlne been pur
chased at the present greatly depressed prices
iu New York aud Philadelphia we are enabled
to offerour customers (rreater inducements than
eer. SILKS. Good blark silks from 62) to
1 ,75. : Plain colored black silks from 75 to 1 ,25
Striped and bar'd do. Satin de-cheuo. pure
satin black and white watered mantilla silk ic.
Challis, Persians, the richest and most beauti
ful challis. Persians, all wool delaines, bar'd,
striped, do. gingham's, print &c. Good prints
iwlling at 6 to 8 cents per yard, fine from 10 o
12f MUSLINS and SHEETINGS Good yard
wide muslins at CM cents, heavy sheeiicgs at
8 cents por yard. Bleached muslins, good ar
ticle at 6 fine-do 8 to 10. Extra 19J to 15c,
Pillowcase muslin and linnen sheeting. Checks
tickings and flannel's at very low prices. Mil
linnerr iroods, 50 cartons of NEW BONKET
ribbons in erery variety. 40 ps Bonnet Silks
of the most desirable colors. Crapes Paltons
and Florences. 150 cartons French and Amer
ican Flowers Bonnet ! mines neatest shapes.
Illusion Blonds: silk trimmiuit lace's. Crown li
nings. . Merchants and Milliners supplied at
Eastern nrices. SILK and STRiW BON
NETS. 20 cases of the newest shapes and
tries of spring bonnets, good bonnets from 25
cents to one dollar, fine do from one dollar to
fi .00 comnrisine English straws, swiss braids
Napoletan laces AC. Silk Bon)n eta of the latest
French stvles and of the richest qualities from
the lowest, to the finest French bounets ever
opened in this city. Tainvrxos, The finest
slock of Dress Trimmings of every thing new
and desirable. Embroideries of the finest qual
ities Frence collars aa low as GWc and up as
big h $5,50 chemists under sleeves, jacinet and
swiss inserting to. Lisle Thread, silk aad best
quality of kid gloves. Hoisery of all prices,
some as low as G per pr. Removal,, on the
1st day of April we will remove into our new
building, one door west of our present store
room, which we are having fitted up in the
most modern style. Tbe second and third
floors we are havinir fitted up for our millinerv
apartment, ana naving secured tne services or
n ezperiencea muiner iromone oi uie roost
fashionable milline-y establishments in the city
of New Tork to superintend that department,
when we will be enabled to supply our custom
ers with every thing new and desirable in that
department. u, ds J.auii.
March, 29 1855.
TIIE present (January) number com
nienccs the 5th volume, and tho 3d year of
utnam 8 monthly. In commencing tbe
undertaking, the publishers were fully a-
ware that in a time 01 immense intellectual
activity, and in a country of great and va
rious literary rivalry, where, in the absence
of an international copyright, tho choicest
works of the best foreign genius are to be
had for the taking, the task was not easy,
of founding and sustaining a magazine, at
once universal in its sympathies, ana na
tional in its tone. The continued and in
creasing favor with which the monthly has
been received, is ine oo possiuio prooi
liat the task has been in some degree ful
filled. The new volume of the magazine
commences under the best possible auspi-
t. J n
ces. Its position is now assureu. awo
years have demonstrated tho extent of its
circle 01 mends, ana tuatcircio is constant-
y widening. The magazine has not only
tho sympathy, but tho actual literary sup
port of the most eminent authors in the
country. The greatest care is exercised in
tho selection 01 articles for its pages, Irom
the immense number of rass. received a
number now amounting to more than 1800.
n so great a press of material to bo con
sidered, tho publishers appeal confidently
for paticnco to all who tavor them with
their contributions, while they heartily
thank them for their good will. While care
is taken that nothing in the remotest de
gree offensive to propriety or good ta3te de
faces these races, and the ablest talent is
secured to make a magazine, which, for va
riety of interest, and excellence of tone,
shall be surpassed by no similar publica
tion in the world, the publishers assure the
pullio that their motto is still onward, and
that every year's experience will enable
them more fully to deserve the favor which
they so gratefully acknowledge.
Renewal of SuBsCBimox. auoscrioers win
please observe, that, under a necessary rule, the
magazine can be sent only so far as the sub
scription is paid for. The new volume com
mences with the January nnmbe. It is intend
ed that the fifth volume shall be the best yet
issued. A fine portrait will be given in every
second number or oftener.
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ber. Two copies for $5; five copies to one ad
dress 10. Clergymen and Postmasters supplt-
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' " 3 . 1 ,
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ders to agents or to their respective booksellers,
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Advertisements. A limited number of ad
uertixemente relating to literature or the arts,
will be inserted, if received by the 5th of each
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$30; ha f page $20. . .
Uomplcte Sett of tfutnami magazine. ine
first four volumes ccmprise upwards of 2,700
large poges of choice Literature, by eminent
A merican writers. These volumes are canal in
onantitv to 20 ordinary duodecimos. Either
volume mav still Da nau. nea iv oomiu in ciuiu
- . - 1 .. .
price $2. For the present, the publishers will
sunnlv new subscribers with the four volumes,
In cloth, sost paid, including subscriptions for
volumes five and six, on receipt of W. Cloth
covers for binding enher volume supplied at
25 cents each.
10 Park Place, New York, Jan. 1, 1855.
BoohelUn, Stationers, Paper Deolert, Blank
Book Manufacturer and book Otndert,
DEALERS at Wholesale and Retail, in
School. Classical. Medical. Theological,
Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, Raled and
Plain Cap, Post nnd Note I'apeM, fruiting anu
Wrapping Papers, Wall Papers and Uorders,
School, Cminting-Honse and Fancy Stationery.
Merchants and others desiring to purchase,
will do well to call and examine our stock.
The highest market price paid for Kags. .
, ' . . . . . 'DOWELL A CO., '
North side of a let, above Fourth street,
Jan. 1, '55.
Sky-Light Daguerreotype Rooms.
G W.' WISER, respectfully announ-
ces to the public, that he has recently re
fitted and refurnished the room, corner Jrifth
nnrf Market streets, in a style inferior to none.
He has spared no pains or expense to make his
rooms pleauant, where one and all may take
pleasure in visiting, and where all who wish
may be eupplled with Daguerreotype of the
finest lone, true to the life, at vey reasonable
rates, and will take great pains to please all
hn mnv fnvnr him with their rmtroiiaire.
ILTRooms corner of Fifth and Market streets,
immediately over Balsted'a sUoe store. v
. 8teubenville, Jan, 1, 1855. . -. ;
New Meat Shop. '
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened a
New Meat Shop, in VV ashington Hall Build
!nmi twnrlv onnosite tlie upper end of the Mar
Vt tlnii.. where he will keen constantly In
store a general assortment of Meat, Beef, Lamb,
Veal, Fork", Bausage, i.aru., eic, xriee ihuuw-
ate. .Thankful for 20 years patronage, ho hopes
toSrove worthy of its continuance .
Fnrman knvinir any deiuriution of Fatted
StooW wilt be paid the highest market price, by
calling at my store opposite the upper end of tho
.....J..... WJL UUSCEOFr.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS I J
piSHFR & M'FEELY have just re,
coived, and are now opening 4 prime lot of
B00U and Shoes of every variety, to which
they invite the attention of their frionds and
the public in general. Having purchased for
cash we will be enabled to offer greater induce
ments man ever.. ...
Ladies' lasting Gaiters from 1,2a cents Ho
wards. ' ChildronM1 Shoes, from 25 cents up
wards. Trunks, Carpet Bag-i, etc., at low pri
ces. Call then on FISHER 4 McFEELY.
Mar. 29, 1855. On Market st. below Third.
landreth's Garden Seeds.. "
SUPPLY of Landreth's Garden
Seeds, including Vegetable, flower and
herb seeds of the choicest kinds, for sale at the
Book Store of J, R. SLACK t CO.
varch 29, 1855. - . ; .
Barbers and Fancy Hair Dressers.
rpiIE subscribers ' would announce to
the citizens of Steubenville and vicinity,
that they hoye entered into co-partnership id
the above business, and are ready to wait on
customers at their establishment, where prompt
attention will be given to tnose wlio favor them
with a call.
Shop on the North east corner of Third and
Market streets, under the store of Messrs
Dougherty, Steubenville, Ohioi
Mar. 29, 1855. LEETCH & HOPKINS.
Closing np and Selling Out.
Great Bargain before going Fast.
T ALLEN announces to the Ladies and
Gentlemen of the city arid vicinity, thathe
nas commenced selling on tne balance or 1
large and beautiful stoek of Dry Ooodsj refti
nan ts, also 30 remnants carpets. Sale to con
tinue for 2 weeks. All who are anxious to get
good bargains will call at the store of J. Allen,
corner Ju street, near market, Steubenville.
March 29, 1855.
HARPER'S UNIVERSAL GAZETTE.
WARPER'S Statisticai Gazette of the
World, particularly describing the United
States, Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Sco
tia, illustrated by several maps. 1 vol. Royal
octavo, 1950 pages, full sheep. Received and
forsaleby ' M'Dowell fc co.
Booksellers and Stationers Steubenville oliio,
March 29 1855.
QN Saturday the 21st-day of April 1855,
v at 3 o'clock, p. m., at the front door of the
Court House, iu the city of Steubenville. will
be sold to the highest bidder, the following
premises, as the property of David Foster, dec'a.
to wit : Being part of lot No. 220, in the city of
Q..l :M- T..T m.j 1
oiuuueuvme, 111 jeuerHuu county, yuio, ucgin-
ing at the north-east corner of said lot. and run
ning thence southerly along the west line of
roiirin street twenty leet, and extending hack
westerly twenty feet in width, to the west boun
dary line, as conveyed by Joseph O. Davidson
to Justin G. Morris, subject to the annual pay
ment to the widow of said David Foster, vas and
flir ior .Inirni. Ilianiln e,,tn nf ftOI Annvnla
eu ai 1 j j dollars.
Tebiik or Sale. One third cash and the resi
due in deferred payments of one and two years
to cm secureu ny mortgage on tne premises.
Adra'r af David Foster, dee'd
March 22, 1855, 4 t.
Guardians' sale of Real Estate.
1)Y virtue of an order of the Probate
Court within and for Jefferson County O,
I will expose at public sale on Saturday the 31st
day of March A. D. 1855, at the front dcor of
the Court house in Steubenville the following
described lot or laiut and premises situate in said
county described as follows: being a lot of
ground adjoining thetown of La Orange in said
county, being on the north side of Ross Street,
beginning for the the same in a l'ne with the
east side of High Street on tho north side of Ross
Street, thence with the North line of Rons Street
8. 70 E. 140 tent theno N. 20 E. 60 foot thence
N. 70 V7. 140 thence S. 20 W. 60 feet t the be
ginning with the appurtenances, subject to the
payment 01 eigni miliars miu inin.y inree cents
annually to nary miuebrand. J liere is a m
fortable frame house in the ab)ve described lot.
Terms. One third in hand, balance in two
equal annual instalments with interest from
day 01 sale, rossessinn given immediately
appraised at bUljUmuw UlLUtilsiiAziv.
Guardian for the heirs of James Long, dee'd
March I lean.
TVOTICE is "hereby given that the Un
x dersigned has been duly qualified as Ex'
ecutor of the last will and testament nf Samuel
J. Miller, late of Jefferson County Ohio deceas
ed . f ersons having claims against said estate.
are requested to present mem duly authentica
ted for settlement, ana tnose indebted are re
quested to make payment without delay.
JAMES WATSON Exccfr.
March 1 1855 -3t
A S it is the intention of the undersigned
"to leave Steubenville the 1st of April, she
would respectfully call the attention of those in
debted to her, and request of them immediate
payment .iUKS. u. M. HUSti
Grist Mill and Grocery Store.
T HAVE in operation at the "Union
Mill," west end market street a run .of stone
for grinding corn, rye, barley, dec. I am pre
pared to sell corn meal, at wholesale or .retail
at the mill, and at my store, where I keep on
nana tamny groceries and produce at low pri
ces lor cah or country produce
Steubenville March 13 John M' Fkf.lt
EZRA BRUGH, M. D.
vEFICE in tho Drug Store of lirugh, &
J McCutcheon, Market st., Steubenville, C.
Residence on 4th, between Logan and Clinton
streete. March V, 1855.
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 Soci6ty. For description, cuquire at
J. R. Slack & cn., Steubenville Ohio.
By ordeT of the Board.
. GEO. M'CULLOUGH Pres't.
TE are nov receiving ono of the lar
s gesl and best selected Stocks of ' ,
ever before offered. Our Slock is all new this
Spring, and comprises the latest and best styles-.
It consists In part of
or new and beautiful designs, s , . ,
PARLOR DRAWING ROOM,
. : AND
Chamber Paper $y
in every variety of. stylo and ojinlity.
; GILT, SILVER, VELVET ;
..... . . . :.
COMMON BORDERS, OF NEW STYLES,
Transparent Window Shades, Figured
and Plain, with, Putuans Patent Fix"
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FIGURED WINDOW BLINDS,
and Fireboard Screens, in great variety of pat-
icrn. . . 7 .. , .... , , . '
With an extensive assortment to select from,
and-' : '"-' .vi.. ! ,:x.r.
we expect to please those who may give u a
all ' M'DOWFL fc Co
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.. March, U855i "
n .-..-..-AND -
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IDTthe Yolnraet begin' with the mrtnbor for
i January and July, but subscriber may com-
emte with- any moiita ihcy (ila. .jack arm
. is furhinhsd it dcMred,
: ' NE7 GOODS.: ' ;
T ALLEN Los just rcoeivrda new fup-
" e nl ftf Frwnfh - rinruE-.fi.ltiirflrs full.
meres; Thibet Cloths, silk warp; figured and
plain Alpacas; Bombasine, all suol; plain ud
figured De Lai nee; Dress Silks, plain, gurtd
and fancy, all Colors; Ladies' Jo-ka and air
tillas, a oealltlffjl nnrtmcnt; long and qnty
Shawls; woolen; Thibet, : nsliDicie, 6i!k and
Dolaine Shawls; a Innre assort nient l'rinis; Bon
nets and KibhnnB; Irish Linen; Linen 1abU
Cloths; French Table and I'lanoVw: wooi,
cotton and eilk Hosiery and Gloves; Tails; EuV
broideries; Wajn and rro-barred , unlins. Cam
brics, 4tJ. Tickings; Toweling; Blanket; Flan
nel; Lihseys; hide Checks; brown and bleached
d alihs; ladies ami mifcse Shoes, Gimps, Frin
ge, silk Lace anfj dress Trimmings; men atd
boys' Caps; Broad Cloths') Cassiineres, Cai
tiets, Jeans, Tweeds, a' (food assortment. '
8800 yards CASPXltXfji at all prices., t
The above Goods, and a host of Oi her loo
numerous to mention, will be sold i hnlebale er
retail very low for cash, at the store of ., v .
Corner Third street, adjoining the Court Hone.
.- Steubenville, Ohio. ' , Jan. 1, '56. .
Legal Notice. 5 v (- -IN
THE PROBATE COURT, m;
JosIioa Hendon's Adm'r. j o '
Elizabeth LTendon, et al ) f"-
TAMES HENDON and Benjamin Hon
" don, of the State of Maryland, and Heie
kiah Hendon, of tlie State of Virginia, will take
notice that Isaac arris, dminiMrator f lh
estate of Jorhua endCn, aleof Jefferson county
Ohio, deceased, on the Slst day of February,
1858, filed in the Probate Court for Jefferson
onnty, lno, his fe'titiotl itgainst them ahd
others, Which is now bending; the Object arid
prayer or which is id obtain an order from said
Court, for the assignment of the dower of Eliz
abeth Hendon, the widow of .aid Joshua Hen
don, deceased, in nnd fur the sale of the follow-'
ing real estate, situate in said county of Jefler.
son, of which said decedent died seized, ami
described as follows, to wit: the south-went
quarter of section thirty-four, in township
seven and range three ; and that on the 23d
day of March, 1855, application Will be mads
to said Court for such order by said adrninlf
traior. , ISAAC AKHI3. - .
idm r of Joshua Hendon, dec'd-S
By MODEY A ELLITT, ,
feb. 32,1855. 4t. .
Dry Goods fit Redueed Friaei.
ALEXANDER CQNN invitos the if;
tenr ion of hU numerous customers Snd the'
public generally, to the fact, that he la now dis
posing nf the balance of his large and attrac
tive stock of Winter Dry Coeds at great reduc
tions from former rice. The assortment com
prises in part, French Merinoes different shades
ana queiitiea, Uoburgs, faramettas, 1 uibet ile
rinoes, Persian Twills, Wool Delaines, figured
nnd plain Cashmeres, Bombazines, black Dress
Silks, plain, barred and figured fancy, plaid and
figured do., Ginghams, Prints, etc , etc. ' Also,
a full and complete assortment of Embroideries'
White Goods, Ribbous, Gloves and Hosiery.'
Trimmings, Notions, etc., SHAWLS, in great.
variety and at very low prices, consisting
fine Droche, Thibet, Cashmere and the Bay Sta'.e'
Long Jhawls. Also, our nsual excellent stock
of Housekeeping Goods, comprising nearly ev
ry thing in the Dry Goods line, needed in firi
ilies. Call and examine before purchasing else
South west corner Fourth aad Market at '
Sleubenville, Jan. 1. 1855. r
Saddle, Harness and Trunk Manufad'
tory, wholesale and Retail. . .
TV"0. Ih7, Market street, opposito Wa.-ff
ington Hall. The undersigned would res
pectfully announce to their customers and the
fiublic generally, that they have now in store a
arge and splendid assortment of Saddlery,
comprising the following articles: plain and
fancy Saddles, Bridles, Martingale, Harness
Trunks, Collars, Whip, Lanhee, Ac, (to., man
ufactured of the best material, by the most V
perienced workmen. Also, Mattresses of vari
ous kinds, made to order on the shortest notice
Dealers in the above articles are respectfully
invited to call and examine onr stock before'
purchasing, sat if tied that we can accommodate'
on the most reasonable terms for cash.' ? ,
WM. M'LAtGHLIN fc SOX.v
Steubenville, Jan. 1, 1855. 6m
A NUiMBER of enterprising AGENTS,
Coltcn's U. S, Gazatikr," a highly valuable.
and popular work ; which ha given general
satisfaction wher;ver circulated, and i an ia-'
dispensable appendage to every inan'i Library.
Men of experience in this business, may find
a profitable employment, as a liberal commis
sion will be allowed. For further particular
address W. F. McMASTERS, Local Aa't.
Jan.18, 185. - Steubenville Ohid"
J. n. hili.e. a. sncaaARa; ti.
MILLES & SHEER AED,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Office. Market street, opposite
Washington Hall, Steubenville, Ohio: Prornrjt
attention to collecting and securing claimSj-7
Agonts tor ooiaining lensinns ana ijousty.
Lands. Lund Warrants bought and sold.
January 1, 1853. ...v.--. : ' i . - ;v, .'.j1 :
Attachment ITotice.- u7 '
AT my Instance on the 16th day of March,
1855. an order of attachment waa issded by
John Bray Esq., a Justice of the Peace within
and rorienerson county, umo against tne goods
chattels, stocksnr interests in tocka,right cred
its, money and enectsot Linvia jf.). roster, .
Charlr A. Foster, and Edwin Tetfksbury, part
per by the name oi Foster Bro. t eo. for the
sum of 270 dollars ABaHfAaYW.SaatNT.
March 22, 1855 3-t.
tiiaTchkb. ' '
. Thatcher &
. q. a. laaun.
11TERCIIANT TAILORS, Third St,
. second door below Market. Steubenville.
Ohio, keep constantly for sale and make up to
order, Cloths, Casslmere, and Vesting.1 AW;
Suspenders, uioves, blurts, cravats, Uosteryy
and Furnishing Goods generally. ILTOrdeiV
respectfully solicited. Jan. 1, 53."
House Fainting;, Glazinf , Ac'. ' ',
pERRY COYLE would notify tho pnh
lie that he it still ready to wait oa hii pa
trons in the business of House Painting, Glar
ing, Paper Hanging and Gralnrrtg'. Sign Path't
ing done hy journeymen. Skiip!on Market if.
south side, opposite Kilgoro's new Halh
Steubenville, Jan. 1, rBSft l' '"'
' ' , SeTastonoi Not taienl ;
"PEIST, Markef sfreef, has id store an
weellent assortment if CONFiCtlONE
RIES, die, purchased etynwly for this marketr .
Ruisins by the pound or bo; Crackers, choicer
Ul.llun, UU. 1 i.r.w; , v. ii,. iukio, ...
ons; Fig; Citron; Gum Drops) Know Nothing;'
Jenny Lihd Drop; Cakes nf all kinds; Nuta of
all kindf Frail; Fire Cracker, Torpedo,
Parties furnished with Pound, Frnit, Lady Cake
and Ice Cream.' t - '. ' "';'
Great inducement offered to Cfanhlry iliereh-'
ants and other,-who wifh to purchase by the
quantity. For bargains fn Coiireclionei-ieti.c'iilS
at ..... -j FEIST'S. v
" Ja. 1', '55. .'";! rkt-l .t., StpubeiiVillr. -
jL. ., . .. ,'.., , ; . u '-
J; J. 31. SliCK & CO.'; t. i ,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS fiud'"
PAPER PEAURS. Mnrket strt, above'
FoaTln. uth eide, Steubnvlllp, Ohio, keep?,
constantly .011 hand' and' for sle, a large aiiir
well seU'cte! stock of MisCennnpou and rM-hiol-BOOKS
v Plain and Faiwiv STATIONER
Wrihus . ancr .WnppiiiK l'APEKS, ULAXK
BOOKS, etc, etc. ajl of which they will relr
ori the nicst fav'erablu terms at Wholesale or.
retsiL: ' ' ' ' . ! .'', .
Cimiitry.iticrcriants and oilier dealers' will bo
supplied at vcrV In, wllolbjall prices. ; !. ' .
J. R. S. A Co. ard prepared to furnish the
uccii-.o iiiui nil idcu.ni.-, v ji 1 it no lllvj. l-nil,
bo Teceircd by mail. Tliey nUa keep on linntf
a choice aupply'of Siikw vio Jan. l,'6i.- .
07FIC15 Wardct Street, between Third
l ne'n,Wj, WtWVVV iri VH'U'1,