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Thi Citizbns' Bank still continues te
pay interact on deposits P. Moody.
fiejrWs havleen looking through the
u'ewjterc rooms of G.'&'JScott.' These
geutleraea deserve credit for their enter
prise and the good taste they have display
ed in fittinir un their elesant rooms. The
building u 60 feet in length and 17 in
width, containing three floors, heated by
flues from the cellar, and alf completely
finished in handsome style. '. The upper
floors are designed for a millinery estab-
lishment, and are beautifully fitted up for
that purpose. " They have procured a la-
The Fathb Ifii'.ii.'.'.rrA' ' n rfe'iH
dent of the Now Ovle'im 'aritfslyaifCjvuV
Brownsville,' writes. : : . ' ':':" ""'
"I have junt itturiicu.Tvi.ii Vi't u
the battle ptouuds of -f alo Alto," nnd jllys- j
aca do la Paluia, but scarcely o vestige re-.
iuains to denote these fluids which redouud
s6 muck to the calkntry of the regular
army. On the fornkr field a cannon ball
is occasionally picked 'up which is the
only indication that it was ever used ex
cept for the1 peaceful purpose of grazing
the large herds which" nt present- roam
.' AV'Ressca de la rjahuai the faint out
lines of the redoubt which the -Mexicans
occupied on (he west bunk' of the Resaca
are still visible,- but, "so overgrown with
brush and undergrowth that they can
Notice. -. .
! rniti? partnership htTetoforo'extirig be
I tween A.F Sci.tt of Wellsyille and Dniel
Mo Ctirdv of Richmond JeftVrann county Ohio,
TSWX spwsa COOES 1 ,
' now -ovou at ,
DOUGHERTY & BROTHER'S!
A large and splendid Mock of Good in the la-
JjAiiTiroRE, . April 21.r New Orleuns
piipors of Sunday received. The -.Delta
Kiys thiit Secretary Jlarcy had telegraphod
to Vtw ,Oilcii'for proof, of the Ameri
can citizenship of Estruuipus. , The re
cords of the 4th District Court show tba
Francois Estrampcs-arrived in JCew Or
leans4 from Cuba in .1844, then a minorj
and proper steps being taken, acquired the
rights of citizenship on coming of age.
I.The, Picayune professes to have reliable
'. IN. THE I'UOBATK 'COURT.;
' " ' ' " .'"'" Petition to
F.i.iTinirTH IIcndon. ct el. 1 cell lands,
in ihe saddle mid na,ne pu-Wiem w or Ih. .... fV ,,.,.,,,., ; ln. . vr tck f I uj -t frnl,k. Rnl.mln Hmitot,
16lh lay..f April IW, d;xo J hy mutual a.. tnT kv,Wp,. ;n.ourGl.ith mid : J -f ,1.- a..,. f ulml ,nA Hkmh Hn.
- . !... ;m..qm ail! hi, II n Mrviiwl .... . . . - .... . i " 1 - - - -
i-mi-m,.. iiit- iin-uirn.-. - .... p !hin iwf.m. m-hirh ilhamhl t low nriCM
iB Wi-lKrille and Kichmotifl momjhI. thfMidr" ui,l,,i ,ml . . . . ,
D McOurdv in' nthnriwl 10 rlltall dbu! riuu .j. . r.l-!.. f u
due ihfahop it Ruhmond. and will pay all . pilttern Vhich wec.n dixpoe of at price
to ui' vervbiKlT ' ,
8luv Rimiiii" Cnriw 3d
oppiikiiv riiouc liunarnc
d. liUpniiirarU'd r for f n -lion.
A. F SCOTT D. McCUKDY.
npril S4ih 'S3 3- pd.
Legal Notice. . ;
John II. Miller et al. ") Esthi r Hunter the
J vs. .' V Di fctidont is hcre-
'duft. )hy n
Esther Hunter duf t. ) by -notified that at
ih" ltnr of the Plaintiffs a writ of attach
inrnt via ittviird by Thoma Snmh a jn-lira of
the pearo in and. Mir K'w. towiinip' Jfttenmn
Auiitn llhin . nn Ih l:llh aav M Ann A. II
information from Havana that a Decree u55,aiiiKt the property, rihu. eradiia. mbn.-
.1 j;,,.a iw. eysandftfecuor the drfendeni a mm reiont
dy from New York to superintend thnt
branc.li of their business and U is the Lqarcely be followed.' One or two trees
very piace jq procure vup miesi ano Hiost BtiH snow maiKS oi ine 6trne, ana a iew
approved fashions. A large and well se shreds ofold shoes and an occasional baU
leeted stock -of goods of all kinds is kept tered canteen are also to be found in the
eonstautly on band, and, is the place to get chapparel ; but 'there is" nought; else - to
srood barsains. show that here 'was the scene of one of
the' most closely contested ' fights of the
MSrVu members of tho .Carspn league war wherer"fiayonets were' often crossed
have -oommoncua- operations in earnest, an j wnore hanJ hnd fights were fre-
against the lipuor dealers in this city, Quent, ' m the: Bcattercd"co'uibatunt8 met
Eight arroaU have been made for violations Deeata the shu
of the law restrain ng thesleof lntoxicn
a cry of .fire being raised in the. house
The wildest alarm ensued, Several were
iniurod in their haste ito get out of the
building. ' ..
f Late Texas dates-announce the' renewal
of Indian depredations by 'the Indians
ting beverage; and the' offenders bound
over to tho Probate Court This should
be a warning to others, engaged in this ne
farious business ; for the 'League" is evi
dently bontrupon inflicting the penalties of
the law, upon all who violate its provisions;
and if they are not d sirous of being hand
ed over to the jailor for safe keeping they
bad better atop in time; '
ide of the sweet scented
mimosa or amidst the taugled brushwood."
Mexican ArFAias.VVe pcrcieve, by
recent advices from Mexico,1 that bis So
rene Higlincss the President has returned
to the capitol. The rumors of his having
left the country have been, therefore, pre
mature .-: On bis arrival the the same old
farce was euacted in hoiiox of his victories
iver Alvarez in the South, i Bull ringing,
. '' I . , r.r hull fiiYifinY .lawlfmrt.
V. v Mr .Tnlm cuu U'K. 6 fa""
WrtAlmiff nf Knntvillfl hnn mpt With a Se- -
... w . , , , ine people exuourani joy wcro aeuu uu
.m,.,.o M ,lrl W nra inrtphti1 ti Mr I r r ' r
IIV.VH.. -.V . , ,
IU PWlin. nf that. nln-A for !. nnrtin. DV'
.... t imipiila dn nnt. rl mtrn t.n tnv ua t.hn nur.
Ur. urn n fn nw ! . Mr AVnnd. J"- - " O"- r-
iuff was engaged in drawing mauuro,
when driving out ot tne yard no was
caubt between the wagon and tho corner
uf the barn, and badly injured in tho breast,
nd bij " right shoulder was dislocated,
wuq nut. Aitnnvarit fcY an inr frinf.
The ' 7 "'T"V-
the physicians were unable to set it.
probabilities are that ha will never recov
er the use of lis arm. .
Still the Mexican
ticulars of these alleged victories; they
do not even mention ta places at which
the saneuinarv battles were foucht.. How
many braves were killed? How many des
perately wounded? Queen Subc? Where is
the rebel, ueueral Moreno, wuom it is
Let the Dia-
Cantaiu Generul. iu the event of a fillibus-
ter expedition, to arrest all Americans on
the island, uot excepting the U. S. Consul,
A terrible scene of alarm occurred at
debUit " JoHkII Millu Jhhn Suanc
apriiaOth 1S55 3 : . . .
2r, hh 21 Cook..
OFFTCR on the secmid floor in front of
it... it..:.... nn:. 1A .ir Ci,...;
the St. Charles Theatre in consequence 0f "PP''i, 'hCij irons' Bank i
. . . - . -. - V ; I Office houra from 8 a. m nutil 12 a
m . and
friiiK.lp. m. until 6 p in. At all itthcr 'hours,
inileKKiipccaarily ab-nt. hn may br found by
ihnHp rcquiritiK bin pnifr-aifMial fierTioe" at. hi
rcKideiire n 4ih streot, three dmirii Knirh of thi
Oathulic Chnpel and ppposilt- the Nurih Public
school buuite. , : npril 24 '55 3 t.
pril, 53 mo.
and Market, street
DOUGHERTY A BKO.
HE electors of the seooiid Ward of ttte
nilm SlAiilwnvillfl am ' hprehv nntiflpil
NEW York, April 20. The Star of tht a special election will be held in Raid wrd.
.i. rv. . v i. ; , ,. t,.n' a I at the usual plare nf holdnitf elections, on Sat-
mo it van ani.cu ... J ,t. ,k A ,.f M . Wt. n.
wan... one onngs nates irom inai piace Tru-tee, to represent rhiu wara tor tne vacancy
nJ P.nm Ht.';no ' ' ' occasioned by the resiifiiation of Joahna Manly
and l anamato the otn inst. n. . h. .u. r ..k-;..
. In the ranama papers ot the 2a April ville. this 23d dnv of Apni iuss
is published the act of the New Granadian
Congress creating a separate state out "f
tho Jsthmus provinces; under the nslme ot
the state or ranama.
- An unsuccessful attempt was made to
assassinate Rournnells in the streots of Pa
The Illinois departed for Aspinwall to- of patroiiMge
Attest JOHN S. PAT I ERSODJ, Mayor.
apiil 24-h '55 2 t tjy
TJ. S. Shaving and Hair Iressiig
T EWIS RTEVE.NS would rrsptwtfully
inform his friends and the public that he
has taken a room adjnining the U S hmise
where he is rVady at all times to wail , on his
patrons In his line, in the most polite manner,
end would lie ph ased to recvive a liberal shae
H ; G.' GA1U1ETT, ha just received
and 'WW opniiiif -lare and fah
ionable stuck of SpntiR Goods, haii( been
purchased in the Eaxtern Cities within the last
8 davsat reduced prices, I am prepared to off
er euxtomers erpater bara-nins than ever. - .Tba
(stock cougit-t in part of l'lain Black and Fancy-Colored
Silks and Satins, from 50 eta. to!
$1 ,50 per yard. Striped and Barred Silks Ac.
ChatlifeLawnaBarpgi'i and other Dresa Ooods,
cheaper thaD ever liefiire offered in this market,
sp 5. "55. R G.GAaam.No.l00.3d U
C H KETING and Pillow (W Muslins
all wl Iths, qualities and prices. Sheeting
Muslin fine quality, from 8 cts. to l2Jo ct. pi.
yd., Bleached Muslin, good article from 6j eta.
to 10 cts per. yd, Irish Linen, pure linen,
from 31 cts to 75 cts. per. Vd. ' :
ap.Sih '55. ' Ed Garhstt, 3d. at. '
BONNETS, ncweHt style, liounet Satin,
Silk and Ril.bon, in great variety, Collars,
SlKMicers, UildeTglceves! hiiosierv. Gloves, Mitts,
Lace .Edging, silk and linen han.&c. call at
a U. Uaubett a, .iu. srreei
12,000 POUNDS OF WOOL WASTED,
The Sub-ci iher havintr made preparation to
htart the Woolen Manufactory at Harveys
Mill-, Union Port, Jeffernin Co., where he will
manufacture Flanels, Blankets, Satenettaand
Cloths for the Farmers on reasonable, terms.
Also will rece ve at the different Stations on
S. 4 I. R R-, and Wm. M'Carty'a Store. Steq
benville, Alexander Station, Reed's Mill, also
at Wm. F'tiney's Store, Cadis, at which point
the wool will be shipped and (foodsreshipd at
pricea vareinp from 25 cts. to 31 cU. for Flan
nels and Blankets per. yd., and from 40 to 50
for Salinett and cloth per ysrj,
April. 5th "55 ... ROBERT ARTHUR
don, of the State of Virginia, will tab notice
that Isaac Harris, administrator of the estate of
Jofh-ja Hfndon. late of Jefferson county Ohio,
deceased on Uie 16th day of pril '1855, filed
in the Probate Court for Jeffervoo County Ohio,
his amended petition against them and other,
the otijeet ana prayer of which i to obtain an
order from said court, for the Wfcignmrm of the
dower of Elisabeib Hendon, the widow of said
Joshua aetiduii deceased, in and for the sale of
Ihe following Tea) estate, situate iu aaid county
of JeffursoD, of which said decedent diedaeiaed,
and described as follows, lo Wit l the south went
quarter ot secitioii thirty four, in lownshipaev
en and range three i and ulsn of the following
situate In Guriisef Couutv Ohio to will Th
Eat half, of theVorth eart quarter of aectioa
No 13 Tnwushi d no. 4 and rauire 3 and the
nvilh west quarter of the north et quarter of i
section no. 13 TW''P '" aud R"Ke 3:
aud of the equitable interest of the decedent in
thc-following di aecibed tract of land situate in
Jefferson county, Ohio, to wit ; Being part of
the south west quarter of section uo. 28 Town
ship 7 and range I. beginning fer the same at
the south west corner of 'aid section at a pesti
thenee east 82 4-10 perches -to a post; thence
north 1 9 feast 18 5 10 perches to a post; thence
north 25 east, 22 perches to a white oak;
thonce north 20 e east, 2d perches to a atone ;
thence north 22 1 2 eat, 20 410 perches to a
rock in the run; tin nee north 5? 0 east, 3G
7-10 porche to a hiokory; thence west 94 perch
es to aotntte, theuce oulh 1211 perches lo the
dace of becinuini'.coiiiaiuinK'oiiJfl acres, or So
april S4th 1855.
Steubeaville and Indiana Eailroad.
reirlJ ZhV&J KH.t'Jt.'J ii
CHANGE OP TIME.
jtSPleasc take notice to the advertis6
j'aent of Mr. J. II. Lindsay in this day's
' paper. We havo examined bis Stoves,
jud so far as we are capable of forming a
correct opinion on the subject, we are pre
pared to fay they are an excellent article.
.Mr. L. is a centleinanly dealer. Give
him a call
ro furnish us with a return of the ca.su.ali
ties (after the fashion of Eord Raglau's des
patches,) that we may see, and if possible,
believe'. Wo fancy that II. S. H. is too
much eugaged just uow in concocting plans
for escape, to wasto his tiuw in Gghting kit
tles with Alvarez. jV". 1. Ik.rM.
day with a full compliment of passengers
. Mayor Wood has received a letter from
Mr.. Foy, Minister to Switzerland, enclos
ing a circular by the Federal Council, con-
demiujr, the sending of paupers here, and
prohibiting it in the future. ' AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL.
The extensive paper mill of B., Bradley, v16tl , 1855, the MAIL TRAIN will leave
at Niagara I' alls, was burnt last night, loss cl(,ck H , antlJalTive at Newark at 4. .'clock
not ascertained. ' p- m., cotmeciing with t ,aiu for
Mount Veruon, ,
. Toledo, , '
f Saint Louis
Wf. PKNN ON TIIiO SfltRENDKIt OF FtJ-
- a 1
oitive BLAVE8. A curious aocument
has been recently brouyht to libt by. C.
He will no doubt give you a j w , Esa.. of IWnda, . Pa , by
good bargain, and accomodate you with a which it Bhuwn tbat wilUam Penn, the
good article , Quaker, did not believe in harboring and
i.Oiir Boot and Shoo Merchants are keeping run-away slaves,' wltcn their mas-
Detroit, April 20.' Tho propeller Ore
gon of Cleveland,' exploded a boiler this
morning, about four miles above here.
Teu men were killed, amongst theurW. S,
Chapman, 1st engineer; Thos. Donelly,
d engineer; Edward McBride, Win. Heed,
and others unknown. Cant. Stewart had
i3 leg broken, and five or six others were
njured. The propeller was shattered and
sunk.' The explosion was owing to a de
fect in the boiler.
refered to the Card of Thatcher & Wodd-
rop, Wholesale and retail dealers in Phila
delphia. They are said to be very gentle
manly dealers, and to keep constantly on
band an excellent variety. . When you go
East, give them a call.
a.Messrs Gill, Ilarduian & Stephens,
f Wheeling, have recontly leased the
Wheeling Rail Mill, but a short distance
from that city, and have commenced tho
manufacturing of Rail Road Iron. We
hope that good success may attend this en
rcrs demanded them. Tho document re
ferred to is said to have been accidentally
discovered in one of the publio offices in
Pennsylvania, containing tho early archives
of the State. It was marked on the out
side, "Wm. Penn to the Susquehanna In
dians," and is as follows :
1 "My Good Friend Tho people of
New York having again wrote earnestly to
me about those prisoners taken by you,
especially ye woman and ye boy, saying
tbat tbey bought them fairly of. the Gov.
of Carolina, who ' Bold them for i slaves
And they being very good friends and
Go'ino TO Sebasto pot. Mai. Richard neighbors,' and all under the same King,
Delafield. of the U. S. Corns of Encineors, 1 mU8' therefore desire you to deliver the
Maj. Mordecai,of .the Ordnance Depart-
' ttient, and Capt. McCIellan.'of the Cavalry,
sailed on tho 10th inst. in the steamer from
said woman and boy to tho boarer hereof,
Sylvester, who will carefully carry them
to New Castle, and there put tbcm on
Boston for Sebast ODol. Thcv are to make hoard a vessel Dounu ior Jew i ors-ana
tour of observation on the line of hostili- doing, you will greatly oblige your
ties in the Crimea, and especially to inspect very good friend and brother,
the siege works whero the Allies have now
concentrated their forces. The expenses
' will b borno from the National Treasu-
Specie fob the Crimea. we were
startled a few days ago by the statement
that seventy-five tons of "coin bad been en
r1 w Qiimvn Trim tinrtornhlA ' MnnOfll1 I fe hvw C
aJU iXitt. lUlO TVUVl fciWMVva ... , - p A A W
ofCalifornia,an honest and good man, who -
bad large possessions; and who was the .
t .1- .A. A t 4l.AMnAwt ,4 a rilhA rIAI)AA1 ffnbfl v w n O '
. V 1 A. x nhln I Ofif rltta llflilVV D ll iTTTl ftTlf fit
' o . . nmn r.tmi M nlnrm fhn IV nil Htrofr. hnnni
t . 1 !- 1,: ,l,t .
race, lias, w rcgro w i.u.u, . u,0 w.u ,. , , , . . ,, .
. v . v ., i i . - I ciuro. limy no ncn iuhv iv 10
i uoaru ' . j kreutzers, (the coppcr,coin of Germany
ot a son. rcuuueu tviii'vciiy. xu iuuiui , . .
lUji, T. ,r 4.. Uonrlv flfinnl in value' to our cent. ) and
that even the committee of land claims will ; 1 , ...j , .am. f
:., "T?7 T7rr,nr z;czvw y bought o by H.t.
wnica wouiu aepnvo uim ui u.,u.o. , 4, , . Ilf jii(11H1
-, . , i, , WaS laKUIl VI V" toibui sijcu"-
UiucflViy uujnJ auuio oi vuwwi www .... u w
bitA will be rnada by a cflilty conscience
to disgorge their itl gotten gain ':
i r -
I . . 1 IT I . . .. .1
per ton treigUJ. neu arrives, iue
Mu-selmen will bo well supplied with
"small ehange." Jour, of Commerce,
J-The Court of Common Pleas ad
journed on 'Saturday last, after a two week'
session. Much business was disposed of.
. .v :J "'iwWithDbawals." These withdrawals
from American Councils are funny affairs.
vi The Washington Union hears of multitudes
v.f tuema Virginia, iney wero pientmu Tha - nioh - cU(3a tllfl moit jnt6r0Bti
. n New Hampshire Just before bam swept wajJ of jr g,;,,), of Oanl Fulton
' the Stato in March. ' - Twelve are advertia
' d Wbav taken"vplaoe1ho other day in
Newfaue,' Niagara waif;'?' But tba lock
' nbrt Courier sail that six of thorn hod been
vs., tho Oluoiiid Pennsylvania Rail Roa
Company, for dainnge by reason of an in
jury received on jumping from the cars at
Lawrence, rendering necessary the ampu
expelled, 'Wd other six -y their own tationoj j hg abovo tho aDCle: The jury
rcudorod a verdict of 85000, Oh to Re-
Confession r do uot now wherd the Amen-
v ?"cns meet in tboir town.
Type Settino MACHiNiiA Mr. Mitch-
l of New York.' has tvpo gcttinff ma-
nhino in operation m A book publishing
pu fVinca la emu w uu vuu wut a, ui
" t. , -nf TT I . . . II . .
wr. joscpn uiw, piiuwi,
now of Massilloo, basa similar "machine
or1 .fimnl.t(d. whlCU SSV8 Will 00 : tUO
. H ., Ii v i V....-T r ----- f, , ,. .
-.M, Rirftttn father of tbo well.
' . .iArn rfwarf .Tom lnumo, rouuuiuu -
I IU V 1 M w ( w- mj i
kocuma Insaoo and
i.kuan uj i
U now'an inuuto of tho Hartford (Conned
i i?ut) tinatw Asylani.
British EcoNOMY-Acoording to a late
census of the island -of St. Helena, that
little colony contains a population of 5,950
ieraons. of whom 511 are, .soldiors. The
Governor of this miserable little dependent
cy reeleveiA salary of $9,600, and the Chief
Secretary reoeives $5,000.. , According to
tho same ratio, the Governor of Ohio woul
recievo a salary of $4,500,00.. , ..
; Good temper is like a sunny day it. shod
a brightness ' ovor everything.' . It is the
sweetness of toil, and tbo soother of diBqui-
etudo,';' V'-vV ..' ''-.'.-j. . '.'-".'
Pnif.ADF.LrHlA, April 20. Robt. Swift
was executed to day at Elkton, Md.., for
the murder of Ilillour in Hartford county
in August last. He waspenitcut and ro
sinned to his fate, He confessed to the
Oswego, N.Y, April 16. Reciprocity
is rapidly developing itself. There have
been large receipts of produce and lumber
since the opening of navigation, including
60,000 barrels of flour from Canada.
Washington, April 20. Lieutenant
Bcale, formerly Indian Agent in Califor
nia, whose accounts bave just been allow
ed at tho Treasury Department, inflicted
a severe castigation with bis fists upon Col.
Mauypenny, Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs, at Willard's Hotel, this afternoon.
Beale attributes the temporary disallow-
anco of bis aocouuts to the personal hos
tility of the Commissioner, and hence the
Baltimore, April 19. The Washing
ton Star of this evening says, tbat
diately "after the delivery of the recent
speech, by the Spanish minister of foreign
afi'uirs, Mr. Perry applied for an authen
tic copy to forward to our ' government
and Mr. Luziurgia promptly furnished it.
Leave Newark at 12 o'clock M., and arr
rives at Steubenville at 8.&0 P. M., (1'a.s
sengt-rs by this train leave Cincinnati at
bo clock A. M.)
FAKE .From Steubenville, (all . the
way by ll.ul Uoail,) "
. " Mount Vernou. 3,75
" Manstield......,..,'... 4,75
Sandusky.. : 6,00
" Detroit 7,00
" Rock loland 17,75
' Saint Louis.. 20775
For through tickets aud further informa
tion apply to F. A. Wi-hi.8, Agent, Steu
The Cadiz Accommodation Train.
Leaves Sieubi nvillo daily ( Sundays tx
ccptcd) at 5.10 p. M arrives at Caciz at
7.47 P. M.
Leaves Cadiz ut 8.36 A. M. arrives at
Steubenville at. 11.10. A M.
' ' : AGENTS.
James Collins & Co., No. 114 and 115
Water street 1 ittsburgb.
P. W. Strader. JJroadw.iy, Linciunati,
Richard Hooker, Newark.
F. A. Wells, SuuuVuvillc.
- - Lafayette Devfnny, -Gen'l
Fr't and Ticket Agt ,
April 17, 1855. ... -
. NOTICE TO SHIFPERS.
Tranhpoktation ()FiIcE,. & 1. R.R.
' Steubenvillo, April 16th 1850
4 FREIGHT TRAIN is uow running
A to Newark, leaving SteuVn-u villa daily,
uch of said wveral trauta a- mat be ni'Craxa
r to tiHV the dcbtH of said rieceili-nl. And that
on the 16 day of May 1M5, ajijilication will 1
made to aard Court for bitch older by aaru au
mluistralor. Isaac Habbis,
.. . A(lm'r.,of Joshua Bendon dec d.
f . By JdtiODiii Elliot,
- april 17th 1855 4-t his AttornT.
i ; Probate Court -
George W Myer admii''irator
of the cstatti of Satnunl Myers $
d-e'd va (
Marvin Warren of Bellefontaine, 0,
as preennd a pimit l let, Funis and di
rections designed to be a complete guide
to Justices and others, under tne Liquor
Law of 18o4. He has his second edi
tion now on band, which contains all the
ate decisions of the Supreme Court upon
the subject, together with a. copy of the
The work is indorsed for correctness by
sume twenty-five able Lawyers residing in
every part of the fctate. i lhetollowins
resolution was adopted by the State Ttui-
ncrance Convention, held at Uoluuiuu
n the22d of February 1855: Resolved
that the "Legal Forms prepared by M.
Warren, Esq., of Bellefontaine for proceed
ing uuder the Ohio Liijuor Law, be reo
commended to tbo temperance men throug b
out the State.
Price or the, Work. Single copy
33cts; Four copies $1,00 or 25 cts. per
copy; Forty copies.$8,00 or 20 cents per
copy: Sixty copies $9,00 or 15 cts per
copy.aent to any pari oi tue suite at, my
expeuse and risk, as soon as ordered with
the money enclosed. Uom, Dills, or poBt
ajre stamps, will be sent at my risk by mail
F i ail 1
if properly enclosea. Ail oraers airectea
sfion to M. Warren, Attorney at law, Bel
lefontaine Loeau Co , O. with money en
closed, will receive prompt attention, small
orders as well as large ones.
April 5th, 1855. - H. WAKKK1N.
Diiiiiel Vhii t ilbu rcr ami nihpra
HENRY .MY LR8 of Nevada City Cafi
fornia, who is a lejtal hfir and reprenenta
tivcof Samuel Myerx decfBi-ed, ft hwby noli,
find that on th-14. h dav of April 1B55; aaid ad-
niinJrator filed hia Petition in the Frobate
Court of JefiVriMin County Ohio. The object
ana prayer oi which pennon i i"wii
order from i'l Court furtheaaleof the following
realemaieof wltic.h the said Samuel Mycredicd
aeized, to wii: Being the north part of lot no.(7)
in Dike and WiUoim addition to the town of
Steubenville in aaid county and State, begin
ning for the name at.the north eant corner of said
ot and running thence 8outh with 4th street 30
fee1; thence west and parallel with the north
boundary of iald lot Ui the alley .thence north
with the lley30 feet to the north wi at Corner
of said lot thence eaxt with the north boundary
line of caid lot to the place of beginning.
Said petition will ask for an order for the
f ale of said Real Eatate on the l'Jth day of Stay
A, D- 1855 or as toon thereafter as counsel can
be heard P. 4 week. ; . '
GHORQH W. MYERS, Adm'r.
april 17th '55 By J. 4 J. M SHANE, Atty's
' Attachment Notice. 1
JT my instance a writ ot attachment was
inHtied on the 2nd day of April 1855 by
John H. Forftter a jimtice of the peace in Wayne
townahiD JeftVr-on county Ohio, airainHt the
property and effect? of Abrnliani Scotl an abaeut
debtor. Ain'iii 15.110. DIVINE ii. COLE. '
april 17th 55-pd
rSnndnvH excented 1 nt 5 o'clock a. in
P.liinnipntB In all si minus, rxci-nt ITnintiDOrt.
expresdng a pledge that Spain would pro- iCadis.Falrview and New Market, Urichvilie,
. j , , 1 1..V- I a Otv ttlllllle I Ull, VIHIU'I I.' w t, , liiiinj cuvo ,
tcct and cherish slavery in Cuba. Cesh.K!ton. AdaniH1 MilU. Dresden and Newark
The U. S. Frigate St. Lawrence, Com- must be pre paid.
, t i . i ' j. " .11 onipperM win pieae conciuoeiiieir mniiiiieuii'
UIWIUIU .i.u.-y, ,
receive their uouRigiimuuta. previous to 6
o'clock each evening. " v
.n 17 1HW rUni.ri.1 Kr..lirlil A .runt
On the 17th inst., at the Norton House, SbWXD Att aVAL.
in this city, by Rev. Z. Ragan, Mr. An- A V u ? ,c W ? mf Zt
V t . I c. - .
drew J. liiTLE ana Miss ,mily iMzzn
of Leesville, Carroll Co., Ohio.
TBUJt AMtRlOAN Okhce, ) -,
April, 24, 1855. (
Flour By wagon load.;...... ........ .10,25
. per owi...... ........... i ..zum!i,o"
Corn Meal ......7o8l)
Qrai n W heal . . red 1 .65 w h it e, 1 ,7ft
. Oan ...........
..' . Redi...,
Butter FwhIi ..........
Lard. ...... .............
Et;ga. i. ...,'... .
Dried Apples. ......... ,
.," Timothy... M...
' ' v Flattiteed. ,'. . . .'.
......... .2 25256
"f cwt. 3.75(4,24
'A''Th6 0reealoujltaInSo8ry.'!,' "
V COOKINO STOVK destgnod for far
mera and hotel keepers, burning wood an d
coal, And guarantied to give aatiafHotioti to pur
chasers. AUo rtka air TiohtS larita itn and
the Star of the Went, The atovea are far ahead
of any yet introduced for bilking and rtiahting,
in respect to anving fuel and for diirnhility - are
unequalled, manufactured oy ... A, uraotey.
Pittebunh. Tba auWriher keep conKtantly
on band a laree aMortment of all kind" of tin
Sheat-lmir and Braxa Ware. Perxona In want
nf anything in his line will nave money by giv
ing him a call. Spouting roofing and all kind
of iob work dime lo order and at the loweal prt
caa. . The higheot pricea paid for old copper A
pewter Store South 4U street nearly opposite
the Norton Hiiuaa. . ' J.U.LINDSAr
april S4th 185. - ;..
&AKortmvutof WeW Boit,.Hl 6h. yt o fferud
In the city. IheaKaoftnieutiH compleie;all ar
Holes of men 'a wear, from ih slipper to the
California boot ladies, a choice Mtock of, the
HubHtantial, the flue aud the faKhioiiable, all
warranted work,- and at Lower Prices Than
Ever I For a neat or tasty a substantial hoot.
shoe or clipper a- pricea o Knit tlm times, if
not ata cheaper- figun the place' to buy, and
the only one where you can get more lli.ui the
worth of your uioiiey, where the new and fresh
slock are juatopened at,
V $-' ' On Market, below Third irreet.
P. S. Please call in a pleasure to exhibit.
and no charge made for ihuwing gmida. . ', i .--
april ltn isaa.
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SPRING
(10 cases of ne goods now received and
opening at the old aland, comprining the
the richest and moat fashionable selection of
Dresa Goods, millinery, utraw good and Trim
ming of the Dreneiitaeai.011. HavltiK lieeli pur-
ehasid al the present greatly depressed t rice
111 Pew XorK and rnuaoeipniH we are rnuuit-u
to iiffernurcuHtomers greater inducement ti an
ever SILKS. Go d black nilkx from 62) to
1.75 Plain colored black silks from 75 to 1,25
Striped and bard do. Saiin decheue. pure
satin black and white watered mantilla silk- tc.
Challi", Persians, the richest and most beauti
ful challis, Persians, all wool delaines, bar'd,
striped, do. gingham's, prints Ac. Good prints
Helling t 6 to 8 cent per yard fine from 10 o
12i2'. MUSLINS and SHEETINGS Good yard
wide muslins at 6 ceiits, heavy slieeiii gs at
8 cents por vard Bleached muslins, good ar
ticle at b fine do 8 to 10.. Extra 12,'g to 15c,
Pillow case muslin and linnen sheeting. Checks
HukiniM and flannel's at Very low prices. Mil-
liunery goods, 50 cartons of NEW BONNET
ribbons in every variety. 40 ps Botinei Silks
of the must dcsiriihle colors Cranes Paltons
and Florences. . .50 carious French And Amer
ican Flowers Bonnet Framea neatest shapes.
Illusion Blonds; silk trimming lace a, crown Ik
nings. Merchants and Milliners siipplied nt
Ea-iern prices. SILK and STRMV BOM
NETS. 520 cases of the newest shapes and
styles of spring bonnets, good bonnets from 25
cents to one dollar fine do from one dollar to
$6,00 comprising English straws, swiss braids
Napoletan laces c. Silk Bonnets of the latest
French l) les and of the richest qualities from
the lowest, to the finest French Ik nets ever
opened in this city. TaiMMrNoa.. The finest
stock of Dress Trimmings of every thing uew
and desirable Embroideries of the finest qual
ities Frence collars aa low as 6.c and up as
higl- $5,50 chemists under sleeves, tacinvt and
swiss insertinirs Ac Lisle Thread, silk aad beat
Quality of kid cloves. . Hoisery of all prices,
some as low as f per pr. ' Kimoval, oh the
1st day of April we will remove into our new
building, one door went of our present store
room, which we dre. having fitted up in the
.most modern siyie. l ne second ana mira
floors we are havuiu fitted np for our millinery
department, and having secured the services of
an experienced millner from one of the most
fashionable milline'v establishments in thecitv
of New York to superintend that : depart aient,
when we will be enabled to supply our custom
ers with every thing new and desirable in that
department, - u. E J, MJt 1
March, 29 855.
AT my instance an attcchment was
day issued by Georee E Shanr, a j
of the peace of Ross township, Jefferson county,
against the property and effects of Solomon
Millirer, an absconding debtor of said county.
Dated this 5lh day of April IBM.
3t-pd. . ' J. W. GarT.
A A nty instancf au ttttaclrniunt was isna
ed by James Robertson; justice of the
pence of Cross creek township, Jefferson coun
ty Ohio, against the property and effect of
Andrew Young an absent debtor. Debt $16,03.
april ath '55 3-t. F. FIShER.
EXECUTOR S NOTICE.
TV OTltE is hereby given that the under-
signed has been duly appointed and qual
ified as the Executor of the last will and tea
tnmeut of William Drake, lateof Jefferson co ,
Persons indebted to' said estate will make
immediate payment, and those having claims
will present them duly authenticated for settle
tueiit John h.- Mkkch, Executor of
ap. 5lh 3t. ' William Drake, dee'd'
, TO THE PUBLIC.
fTMIE fubuenber would inform bis friend
and the public, that he has got back lo his
old stand on South 4ih street again, and he
will be pleased to wait on them as formerly
He will be glad to see his old friends call on him
a ain. ' t JOHN LOYEK.
iiarch 29.1855-t. :
GROCERY. AND FEED STORE.
pilE subiicribci's have ou bund, aud in
tend keeping on hand a good supply of
Corn, Oats and Mill feed Also a good supply
oi Urocerics, Keuerallv kept in irrocery esiaU
ishments, . South west comer of Four-h tad
Adams street .Steubenville Ohio. -
Jan. 1. 155. MEIKLE AND STARK.
TIMlBEU aud fashioiiuble hair dresser
Razors set, aud all kinds of Surgical in
Blruments put 'ii good - order. Room under
the mechanics' saving tuuil, Market at .near
theVVushingtoii kail, between M. and 4ui. st.
april 5th, 18G5. - . '
1 ''" Hajiso Painting, Glazingr, &c;
DKltliy tlOi'LK would umity the pub
lie that he is still ready to wail on his pa
irons in the business of House PaiitUig, Glaa
tan, Paper riauiiug and Graining. Si..n Palni.
inif don by jouruevmi-n Shop on Market st..
south side, opposite Kllgom's new Hull.
iSUiutM'iivllle, J in 1,11303 .
v . .AMERICAN HOUSE.
"Vimer of Alatket and Ohio 9I3 ; (For
merly ocenpied by John .S. Lacey, Eq.,)
.. s . Wm Mii.loji, Prop'r Cadn.o.
ITThe' above named hou-e has been" thor
oughly refitted and repaired, and every atten
tion will, be paid to supply the wants of the
traveling community. Tlie stabling is largatid
extensive. A liberel sham of patrnnatre ia re
speetfully solicited. . - .WMMiLLlGAN.
Cadia O , march 21st '55-tf
charlis r TiMORita, . . Roattar . woddrop'
; THACHER ft WODDROP,
WUOLKS iLK BOOT, MK)K AND
f f 1 RUXK WAREHOUSE. No. 101 Arch
atreU WweeB Thirdand Fourth, up stairsjfour
door Deiow uiiimi notei X'hiladelphta. :
January 1, 185S.
- M'DO WELL & CO,, v
BooktelLrt, Stationer. Paper DtuUrt, Blank
Book Manufacture and Book Binder,
rtE.VLKllS at Wholesale and .Retail, in
School, Classical, Medical, Theological,
Miscel aneoua, and Blank Books, Ruled and
Plain Cap, Post and Note PiipeM, Printing and
Wrapping fapers. Wall fapera and Hordvra,
School, Cotinttng-Hnuse and Fancy Stafiouery
Merchants and oilier-desiring to purchase,
will do. well to can anil examine our stocK. .
The highest market price paid for Rags. .
, . LlW-fll A CO,
North side of a, ki'tilit, Fourth street
Steubenville. Ohio. Jan. 1, '55
; Sky-Ligbt Daguerreotype Rooms.
rj. W. WISER, respectfully announ
' ces to the public, that he has ecently re
fitted aud refurnished the rooms, corner Fifth
and Market streets, 111 styln inferior to none
He has pared no pains or expense to make his
rooms pleasant, where one and all may take
pleasure in visiting, and where all who wish
may be supplied with. Daguerreotypes of the
finest lone, true to tha life, at vetv reasonabl
ratea, and will take great pains Ut please all
1... L: T.l . . -
win. oinj in.,,! imiii wiin ineir pnrronagp.
. ETRiioms .corner of Fifth and Market streets,
immediately over Ilalsted's Shoe Store.
Steubeuville, Jan, 1. 1855.
...TBOJtpsoir haMa BQIW,"-"
Ppt ManataoMmrt, mcubesviUe, Ohio.
MILLNERY- & MANTAUMAKLNG.
iUisscs Ui.UiiOh bt.Ull have en
tered into copartnership in the aboy business
in new al xandria, and beg leave to announce
to the citizeus and community that they are
prepaied to give general sattsiactton to all wild
may give them a call in their line of. buisiness.
''. WISHES UKORGK & BCOTT.
Nuw Alexandria, Ohio, April 5, ,'55., ' . 4
LAND WARRANTS FOR ONE D0L-
dollar, on his sending me a statement of his
case, and enclosing the fee, in advance, a dol
lar gold piece, and four or five postage stamps
besides. Address me at- Hall i more Md . post
paid, till the 15th of april next, after which to
Wsw tork - . v . .
W. O. SNETHEN, Eorraerly Solicitor
April 16 3-t ol the General Land Oflif .
The peat jear cf Ccdc'a Ii-
Hfuctfi Voruiiii.-, Jbiiu. -IxlJ'bvlu -;;.- .
five years- by the same rri'prictt r. -.
t . .. t
ureal attractions, ior nen y.u.
bnndred pages of reading eucb -rcoiilb.
' Tbe eldest wagatine in AiHcrica,, and
tbe only one devoted to fbe wants of tL
; Ladies f America, -and supported as
eucb by tbcm for tLc last tcutyrve "
years, v . -"; ' - -' ' ' '
' We comn;cr.ee tbi volume witb tbe lar-
nest list, Uy nmny tbou-siinds, tbat w$ bava -
P , y J .1 X. Vi'..
naa since we coiunaenceu ine wum. .
have, in addition to our nmny exccllcu
leaiures, io aou , v , ,
J ; A treatitse on tbe lair, 'od '.crotcbet
work in color. We tbink these 11c w feJ
tares will be appreciated j our subjeri ' ,;'
bcrs.' All our ctlebrotcd coiiw of contrib--
.tll r., ..a . ...... ..1 . , , I. ,t. n, A mmL" " .-
Ulio a I lli l,ui ua o uquhi i, 11 it luiire i. . .- , -
tings tbat have wade ihe "Lady's BooV' ;
so celebrated tbrougbost onr countrjr as.
literary standard. , : . - . ;
' Steel lJ,ngravinRs.-ln this department,
we bave alwoys stood unriyaHed : and tbe
saino atteution will still be given to it, ta ;V
enable us to sustain our proud superiority. '
Odr Faidiious witb Umeranis. This d-, "
partiuent, wbich baa given great satisfafl-. .
tion to onr 'lady subscribers, will be VOVri,
tluued. . . 5. . ..
Drawing .Lessons for, Youtb. Wo bave
at least one tliouiand designs still on band '
to publisb j tbcrefore, tbis department wjll
be emitinued witb unabated energy,'; Any
child caii learn drawing by these lessous.
PARIS, LONDON AND Till LADEL '
. ruiA HAsaivas. .
Tbo only colored fashions upon which -;
any reliance can be -placed, received direct
froni ..-Paris, and adapted to the taste of
American ladies by bur own "Fashion JEif-
itor," with full directions. ; 1 I .'"' '.-V -..!T
Dressmaking. :Our Bionthlyv descrip- -tion
of Dressmaking, with plans to cut by.
Tbe directions are sr. plain, tbat every lady
can be her own dresgmukcr. . '. ' i
. Embroidery. An infinite Variety in ev
ery number. '''.'
yres9 ratterns. Infants and children
dresses,' with descriptions bow to make
tbetn. All kinds of crotchet and netting,
work. . New patterns for cloaks, mantelets,
talmas, collars, chemisettes, undcrsleeves,
wth full directions. ' Every neW pattern '
of any portion of lady's dress, appears,
first in thfl "Lady's Bwk.".. t-. n t
The Nurrery. This subject is treated
upon frequently. ' .j-
Godey s invaluable receipts upon every
subject, indispensable ' to every .'family, r
worth tnoro than the whole eost of tbe
book. -. ". "
Music. Three dollars' yorth is given
Model Cot tagcs.-iCottage "plans will l
continued ns Ufual.'- T ' ' - ' -; '''.'
In the various numbers for .1855, "will
be found tbe newest, designs for window
curtains, brodrrie, anglaise, slippers, bon
nets, caps, cloaks, evening-dresses, fancy
articles, liead-dresses, hair-dressing, roles
do chambre, carriage-dresses, wreaths,
.-ii- j :,t: t,.i
manuiiap, Tiaiking-uictovr, iiuju uatiis,
and ruoruing-drefises. t ; .
Dresses for Infants and Young Misses,
Boys' dresses, patterns for needlework of
all kinds, and patterns to cut dresses by
are given monthly. ; - ' v , ; :
Orders for any of tbe above articles will
be attended to by remitting to tbe pub
Splendid Steel, Line, and Merzotint cn-
1 -FI'l. - -I
g ravings in eve ry numuer. juey are bi-
wayB to be found in Uodey. tiodey
Lady's Bxk contains precisely that for
which you bave to take at least three other
mugiiziucs to got the same amount of in
formation. . ' " "' '" ' ''
It i's impossible to- give, in the limit of
an advertisement, a list ef. all the articles
that are published in the 4,Book, . duripg
the year j but every kind of fancy work
for tbe ladies first uppears in the eofubine
of tbe "Lady's B.s k" v -''-:-
TFKM8, Cafh in Advaklk Pobtaoi pd.
One copy one year, $2. 'J wo copies $5.
Five copies one year, and an extra copy
to 'he person sending tbe club, $10.
Eijrht cop'n s one year, and an extra copy
to the person sending the 'club, $20.
Klcven copies one year, ana an extra copy
to tbe person sending tbe clubj 20, . .
Reuiember that the postage is only two
cents per number. ...... .-, ;
Additions of, one or more to clubs are
received at club prices. ' ' r' " '
A Specimen or Speeihiens will be sent
direct to any Postmaster making the request
We can always supply back numbers, a
the work is stereotyped. ' ' s
Subscribers in the British Provinces,
who send for Clubs, must remit 86 eetU
extra on every BubscribeT, " to' pay the
Amorican postage. Address v$ j'r,
L. A. GODEY, 113, Cbcs'tst., '.
T WILL get tbe warrant of any clain
under the new Bouuty Land Act, foi
W. CTTL. GASTON,
A TTOKNKY AT LAW, Steubenville,
x-Ohio. Hefers :o Don. r Wilson Shannon,
Hon. Wm. Kennon, ei., Hon. Benj S. Cowan,
and Hon. T. L. Jewctt. Office on Market st.
below Third street. - : ; Jan. 1. '55.
--. NORTON HOTEL,
piORMKULY BLACK BKAR HOUSE
South Fourth street, SteuDeuville, Ohio T.
D. Hamilton, Proprietor, ' The bImv named
House is situated midway between the S'eam-
toat Landing and Kail road Depot, rendering
it a convenient stooping place for Travelers aud
others visiting' ihe city. , ,-- Jan. I, .'55,
10. 0; F. r '
TW'TMROD ENCAMPMENT No. 3, I.
u. U e. meets every second anil lonrtn
Fridays, at 6) o'click. p, m , in Jefferson
L'idge roums, on Third Street, over Garrett's
Store, D. B. Buruhard. G. Y Geo. U. Means,
8. W John Waggoner, Scribe. '
, Jefferson Lodge No. 6. 1. O O. F., meets
very Tuesday 6 I 2 o'clock. I. m , ia their
hall on Third streel, over Garrett a store. Geoi
B. Means N G., I. L. Holion, V, 0., Jas. O'
Neal, jr., Secretary. :
. Good Will Lxlge No. 141, 1 O. 6. P.; meets
every Thursday at 61 So clock, p, m , in iheir
Hull on Fourth street, over Ileal ly k Sle.-liMsn's
Store, A. O. WortUington, U. G , D. Ftlson,
V. O., T, II Rubcrttsoti Sitretsry. ' , ;
.- Feb. B.w. 1 r ;
1Sor Is the Time to Subscribe t ,u
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, atnontb
ly Periodical of Literature, Art, and Fash-
inn ; edited by Mrs. Ann 8 Stephens. arl t has.
J Peterson.-..- Peterson's Ladies' National Mag
azine, contains nine hundred pages of erigional
double column reading matter yearly, abou;
thirty Steel Plates, and over four hundred II
lustrations enraved on wood. Its thrHng orig5
insl stories no other Periodical publUhes aucti
Thrilling Tales or such Capitsl Stories of Real
Life. : Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, the celebrated au
thor uf "Fashion and Famine," is one of tho
editors ; aud she is assisted by all the best fe
male authors of America. AU the stories pubi
lished are original, which can not be said of
any extemporary. . Morality and virtue are al
ways inculcated. : The newspaper press and
Ihe' ladies unite to pronounce il tne most relia
ble of the Magssines." Its superb Mcztotints,
anil other Steel Engravings,' are the beat pub
lished anywhere; are executed for it by the first
artists ; and, at the end of the year are alone
worth the subscription. Its Colored Fashion
Plates are the only reliable ones published in
America , and are as elegant as they ar cor
rect, being magnificently engraved ijtee! Hates.
The Paris, Loudon,' Philadelphia, and Htw
York Fashions are described, at length, csch
month. It is the text-book f Fashion in Bos
ton, lew Tork. and Philadelphia lt depart
ments for New Receipts Crotchet-Work, Hux
broiderv, Ketting. Hortictiltnre, Acting Char
arlcs, Iffiiittlng, and Female Equestrianism, arc
always well filled. profusely illustrated, and
;l, with tliA lnlt lifiVilti, It ta ltiA Kmc -
Ladles' MsKStine in the world, try it for one
if. ..TKRMS alwavs in advaiiee.Oiieconv
for one year. Two Dollars' j Thr' copiss for
one year. Five Dollars ; Five copies for ni
year Seven Dollars and Fifty Cents light cop
ies for one year. Ten Dollars Sixteen Cojucs
for one year, Twenty Dollars-,. Premiums for
getting up Clubs ; to every person irrltiug tin
a Club, onr Gift Rook of Art for 1B55," con
taining 50 8teul Engraving, will be gin gra
tis. For a t lub of Sixteen, an extra Copy of
iheMagasine forl-S5 will bt sei.t in addition,
Addrt-ss, tmst-paid, ' - '- - .
CIURtESJ. PKTF'-v '
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BTThe Volumes lieuin will) the iuo..i.. r, fr
January and July, lint subscribers i --.y com.
mem with any n.on'li they pM6. rr;!; :.;iif
Kr furbished if OwtreJ. ' - 1 r