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The Citizens' Ban still continues to
jaj interest on deposit . P.3Ioodt.- .
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... . "'.'!! uui iiuieriTann to niio America.
'.'u The Union must be preserved. ,
foreign interference, ia American af
fc fidrt. '; " . ' ;' , . "
' jnyiOlttDUUy 01 nauoiitu muumco. ;
,''. Ifa snjo 0 Churcfe and Stale.- ;
ni Personal morality indispensable to office.
V :' An open Bible ju all public ecbools.
Thorough reform of the naturalization
j W;'A? opitatioh' tax to exclude foreign
Vfaitarav' ' .'' tui ",,wr
Jip jppoiutipcpt pf. foreigner on diplo
, aia,tio posta, ,..' .! :
A-just tariff on imported luxuries. ; .
alt ubcetlsitfies-free trade. r '
v ecohofuy the government. , ,
Vi.iliJ..: Llq J. i ' --
.'f:The Editor ofthe Wsvillo.Pa-
- triat, snd ftor Ima the Steuben villo Her
$ , ldr, and. how many others we pretend not
to say havo bad the1 politeness to announce
Jfk.M. )C,probitr:'ftiitfiiati ftir' Ihe State
Senate uoxt full.,! As wo had not thought
.,ef wpjring.totbat position next fall, und
inai we ars uow engaged in' the publication
,, of paper in; the success of which we feel
- considerable interest, we hope that old sil-
jiTr"i!graj .thlgs rud .. huukcr Democrats
i will boI hastily place us in that responsible
ponitwn. without giving us due notice, in
order that we may make1 our arrangements
accordingly. ' .iifi.-J.-iV A . ,
: it ,vt I'M1; ' ' - ' . 1 rr,
' tLDurini our late'visit 'to New "Lis.
boo, we took occasion to call at. . the office
"ef Hhe Westcra Fanner's'' Mutual Itisu
ranee Company and was. rather surprised
at the large, , aniouut of property insured
in tie two departments of that Institution
4 as well as witli'the promptitude and rigor
with which duties of -the office appear to
- la conducted. .'.The fiuancial affairs of the
company are under the ' ninnagoment of
Mr. Levi Martini .a gentleman ta distiu
' guished.tW ' tho 'urbanity of his manners,
as .for, .thb energy ' of his character, and
promptness jn .his . official duties. AVc
think. Uch of. our idciids as wish to have
their property insured against los's by fire
, Quld not do better than tako a policy of
Insurance in that eo; ipany. : ." .
- ;,(FrouJ inquiry wo learn that tho.oompa
ry it the present time is doing a larger
viuuness. inaa it ius none at any oiucr pe
riod of its existence." '
J't3)u.In.our paptf of' this day we.' adver
tise for(D.; Scott, proprietor u't the City
Boot and Shoe Stor -T10 gentleman or
.: lady who" can fctep in and' exumino' the
rph-ndid variety and superior quality, in
. this magnificent establ'uhincujt, and coolly
';ui deliberately walk out without niakiug
a purchase, must be made of singular ma
teriak ( Mr.Scott has been long and fa-
Torably known in our city, and now that
he has recently entered into this branch of
tusijiess,"ttnd 'offers as', 'great induccnients
t&t any other merchant iu his line; why
-should he not be Iiborly patronized: Kca
Hon and eco'nbnly answers in the, affirmative
Ladies aad gentlemen examine the adver
Usepieui, And can.ia at RooU'a City J'oot
and Slibe Store,- and you will not regret
.j.;, .- .: , . ,
-M :.:'- ! .' i ; ' '-''
? ,A, Attention is, rcspoctfully directed to the
naTortiscment -of. Sterling & l'unlap, . in
"this days' paper. ' More hqporablo dealers
we believe caunot o fouud In our city.
They hay now. on harid fresh from the
,st,.ao exeelTent , Variety' Gal and suit
sTlcaMBoticethe pard of Mr J Blackburn.
''Ti hpu.whlch he occupies id tefittod, and
-welljcakuiatcd to accomniedate those who
piyehun dal. "If.pjJSU no doubt
t',VPVW teep a'vpry prderly nnd rospectaWo
bbuW. , M3Vjj irisK.bim'fsbo suceess. 1
i.rw X ,o,. . mil iri- S, ' .'
. PuiNStiVjtfrjATAiNa i Possession
Of frASAHV.TKl from
Jrayet? jotjnty,.ra.,riived hereon i ed
'fleAda5eVenini''laSfwlth i company of
now sty persuns, wno wiu locate u some
ie'ui mod H the' implements liecessary'For
wetpjlj ejfpoIJfoTt)ipfi;1Ts,a6tl afeacd the
beYt qualified of Wy cdmpa'iiy 'wh'Vn'.has
i nature and t:6ntiibute tlieif portion in ma
king this territory Ha't ' it is designed to
be, and we prediet for thera ample success.
. lieir'. MrVfl,, .as in.lliis parfy. He
is a gentloman of good dueation, and-we
' beiicvaonnrecie wltHilie' kfetliodist dc
jjonjinatfou? febart't1 irri vd from
ioitiy hixtti hi lhSicihiybf pawnee.
possess, , we
are confident thrf Keystone Ktato is- doter
mihcd to fwhjfatm portion of the
)opubitf(ra'fKmBaB than .iuay 6ther State
1 in 'thlf, XJ-xAoal: '.Tfhe" jtettyTe-re iuWing
'r !i',tl',!''". .' '' 'T
, powiejpssly. but are, eoiUing til groat nuiu-
bc; and 1m Wctioni 1 f ' Mikou-
nans expect to make slave of such men
as have 'kea3y cqme f'oin that StaCeahe
has a, legapV 'j? loaW Wi0:.! ue 'tfm0
.will serre her med Mrpoiiejjjwas
iCl .::. "v-l-.-Mi'.
. .nirt fjni .ill ',
J.'.'sTlw Jatcisi piuie'-of bicu'c!6f ipjjpt)
is'teoord'ed' of V'Jady' ii'" iiWj;np'
atthegi Jor jpoiige,cttier yh, whipped
, tothceggt. -h , v
ht 'near, here in this territory. ' They
e with tlictr , ramutcv ana teams, ana
with them, an amwe stoclc ot .provis-
f VI r I 'JkiJ Obvlaaa DnilV. lWadk I
The ' 7Mskey Insurrectioii, at Chicago. 1
To'over'-awe the Court, nnd force a de
cision in their favor, the rum and lager
dealers resolved on a demonstration, and
on Saturday forenoon a procession of for
eigners of the lowest class, armed with blud
geons, and headed with 'drums and fifes,
mart-hod to the front of the building, whero
the Court was in scsseion, and began hoop
ing, yelling; beating their drums, and de
nouncing he license law. They complote.
ly blocked up tho sidewalks and crossings,
and exhibited very riotous conduct. The
Marshal of tho city soon appeared, and or
dered them to clear tho - 6trect and side
walks, and disperse. .-. He , was met by a
positivb refusal.' A few policemen tnming
to his assistance, lie again ordered the streets
cleared," and proceeded' to arrest some of
the ringleaders, who were bidding him de
fiauec, and barangneing the mob to etand
their ground, " This was the signal for a
melee. ' Tho Marshal arid several of his
aids woro, in tho first rush: knocked down
and sovcrely beaten. A lurefo number of
citizens came to their assistance, and "pitch
ed in,", some with their canes, others with
their fists. A posse of day watchmen, con
stables and deputy sheriffs arrived very op-
..l.. it' i ' v i
puiiuumj', uuu me ugui occame general.
Tho Leader's correspondent says he had a
beautiful bird's eye view of the whole bat
tle, at a distance only fifty yards. ' Men
could be, seen fiercely struggling by the
score; The heavy blows on the head, by
clubs) could . bo distinctly heard. ,.; Men
fell every moment. In some places Wo
or threo of the rowdies could bo seen. boat
ing 6nO policeman, in other, parts of the
crowd, as it swayed backwards and forwards
it stalwart "star" would be kfiocking down
the .rummies right and left, having half a
dozen about uis feet at once. "
Aftor a sharp strugglo of five or ten min
utes the Law and Order men gained the
battle. - The ringleaders of the rioters
were rapidly seized and rushed into jail,
which stood close by the battle fiild. The
diums were captured and their hcadsstoved
in; the drummers were thrown iuto prison;
and the brunt of the buttle was over. A
largo number of vanquished beat a retreut
into a drinking saloon near by. In there
the Marshal and his posse rlshed and sei
zed half a dozen of the rioters; a short fight
ensued; bloody heads and bruised faces
emerged and were marched across the square
into prison. V
During this fight tweufy-five or thirty
persons were injured some severely, one
reported fatally. Twenty arrests were made
Daring tho afternoon the report spread
that tho free whisky boys wero organizing
and arming for another demonstration.
And 6ure enough, about 4:30 1 M. a large
procession, chiefly Germans, came pouring
down Randolph street, from the "North
Side,": and baited in front of the Court
House, on tho former battle ground. Some
fifty of them were armed with muskets,
the remainder with , pistols, knives and
clubs.' , ' '. - , ' , 1 ,;
, . In the mcauVbilc, the Marshal hod sworn
in twenty special policemen, and was pretty
well prepared to give tho whisky boys a
warm reception. As soon as they blocked
up the sidewalks, he ordered his police to
clear them, and the second fight immediate
ly begun, , ,Vc huppeued to occupy our old
position-and could see all that was going
on. below. . ..: ; ', . . ;
" Bludgeons swung in tho air, and descen
ded on men's heads. The .crowd fought,
roared and' swayed to and fro," on a much
larger scale thuu at the first fight, Every
few seconds the sharp crack of a musket
loaded with buck shot, could be heard, and
in nniustant after the person firing it would
bo knocked down by the police and drag
ged into jail.' " Several of tho shots, took
effect, and policemen wero wounded.; -Ve
saw onoof the ''stars shot, in the side while
engaged in a hand-to-hand fight with a large
rioter. Tho miscreant that shot him drop
ped his weupop and fled. A citizen pursu
ed him) and 'after,' a sharp race came close
up' and poured tho contents of his revolver
into tho coward's back,' who fell, and was
then dragged off to jail. Tho musketeers
were soon beaten, captured, or dispersed,
while the rcuiuiudcV of the, rioters' scattered
hi all directions- Four of thu police were
WQuudcd by fire artfis, two of them severe
ly perhaps mortally. One had his riht
arm shattered, and sinco amputed." A cit
izen had his thumb broken by a stray slug.
A lawyer," .wbilo 'fcjttiug in his office," was
struck on tho side of-, his Lead by a back
sbpi which, 'jglanccd around ouo.' section pf
did skull,1 tearing up tho scalp to the bone.
A large number of persons were injured by
dIows on the head,- arms or body. ,? " f
.Forty or Jifty arrests ' were made,1 and
the offenders -deposited in prison to under
go a tviaj; The riot was quelled, and peace
restoredi after about thirty minutes fight
ing. 'The crowd that 'was attracted to tho
scene of hostilities'nuhibered many thous-
anuH. . - .,Pi7i'r i : ''.'.;'''. ' '-..'
During the evening it was reported that
another demonstration: would ho niado by
the rowdies. A jjortion of the Military
Was ordered under, arms, and towards
nightfall '. tljey , Were ; marched "up to the
Court House Square, and thon detailed off
as .Bcntrlcs," and posted at tho porncr of
Wolls,' iladiaon, Clark and Like streets,
jft "tho Distance of a block from the Squarei
A loaded , cannqn-was planted on Ban
V w1! nil pcrspul were forbid
den to penetrato within the guarded spaoe,
ome compamus were held. m ,;reery,0' for
omtrgeneiea and to relieve the guard. The
ttrcota were thui watched throughout Sat
urday nighj and all day Sunday Crowds
were not permitted to asscn.blo pear that
portion of the city which was thus placed
under martial law, Tho riot was com
ptetly que led, and the riugleadcrs wero
imprisoned or intimidated. . : ,
Such is tlj history given by the corres
pondent of the Cleveland Leader of the
disgraceful conduct of-the Dutch in Chi.
cago, in order to retain the privilego of
sipiug their wine, nud getting drunk at
pleasure. Had this affair happened to
have come off oh tho day of an election,
it would have been proclaimed from the At
lantic to tho Pacific by a thousand hunker
trumpets that it was all a matter of perse
cution against the poor, quiet and un
offending foreigner. Theso Chicago Dutch
are of the same original Stuck of those
"quiet and law-abiding" citizens of the
12th Ward in Cincinnati, and have been
educated in the same school. And these
are the men who for years have herd the
balance of power in this republic, and to
whom political aspirants Whigs and
Democrats must bow and scrape, treat
and take a horn with, in order, to obtain
their suffrage. Thank God that the day
has gone by, we hope never to rotjuru,
when men who reso'rt to such measures
can succeed in gulling the community.
. . . ' '
Our Mouthly llecord of Deaths of distin
guished persons, which we commenced with
the present year, wo find to be an interest
ing topic for memoranda, from current
journals, of the events of mortality. We
now have to record the following : . '
Hon. Wm. Jackson, sometime since a
member of Congress from Massachusetts,
and for eight years past,- President of the
American Missionary Association, died,
Feb. 27th aged 71 years. He was a man
of deep piety, and whun in Congress, al
ways met with a small band for devotional
exercises. He was an early champion in
the cause of Temperance, and waa ever
known as the decided friend of the. Slave,
enduring obloquy sometimes, upon this ac
count. The Missionary Association of
which ho was tho first President, was or
ganized upon tho Anti-Slavery principle.
When near dying, ho said to his daughter,
"Give my love to the officers of the Amer
ican Missionary Association. Tell them
they are on tho right track." Again he
said to a friend, with deep feeling.
"I wont to say to you, for your encour
agement, that when you come to be ad near
the grave as I seem to bo, it will be one of
the sweetest consolations to you to reflect
on all you have done for the poor and op
pressed. That ia my experience at this
moment. Nothing you have done will af
ford you more consolation. It matters lit
tle how much wo are opposed and slander
ed if we have tho conciousncss that we arc
acting right. It is well to have the good
opinion of our fellow-men, but it must not
be gaiucd atthe expense of principle, or by
refraining from doing our duty. If a rail
lion of people are against us, it matters
not, so long as we are canscious of acting
right. Even thoso. who opposo -us will
secretly honor and respect us."
Abncr McGeheo, of the vicinity of Mont
gomery, Ala., an aged and leading mem
ber of the M. P. Church, died Feb. 19.
He was possessed of vast'wealth, and was
uoted and esteemed for his piety, benevo
leuce and liberality. He fouuded a Bible
House, of the American Bible Society, at
Montgomery, at u cost of 15,000. He
has also wo believe founded a College of
the M. P, Church, at a 8(311 larger cost,
which is intended shall bear his name.
Dr. Lipsoomb 6ays in tho Methodist Prot.
estant, that besides all he did in his life
time, th bequests of his will to Benevolent
institutions cannot fall much short of $100,.
000. But we fear that somo of ' the best
traits in the character of this venerable
man will not bo recorded by tho southern
press. We aro iuformed by some who knew
hiiu, that being thu owner of a largo num
ber of Slaves, ho providod well for their
comfort, in food,' clothing, dwelling houses
and kiud treatment, which is not done by
all ' in this relation.' He also had them
taught to road and write, which we four is
hot generally douo by other slave holders.
A circumstance was related to us, that when
disked by a friond if the instructing of blacks
was not prohibited by law of the State, the
old gentleman replied, be hud understood
tliere was such a law, but he had not seen
ity nud did uot want to see it. Were the
press in the South permitted to circulate
facte and arguments touching the duty and
the safety of emancipation, we apprchen d
that' old Br, MoGehee of Alabama would
have ecn his way to concur aud oo-opcrato
with the above named Mr. Jackson, of Mas
sachusetts. V Wo deem it 'most likolylhat
they are of one mind now. " '
-' We would Tiko to have Mr. E. S. Hoag.
land hdnor the memory uf his old' friend,
by furnishing' us a sketch of tho circum
stance i: ho once, related to us, viz. tho way
Father McG. rebuked tho Northern dongli
tace Methodist Preacher, who in the ca
pacity of a colonization Agont, endeavored
to secure the good will and liberal donation
of this venerable Alabamain; by represen
ting that he did not concur with the Ab
olitionists, pud that he thought Mri Wes
ley under a mistake in the harsh view- 'he
took of AhierlcaiTSIaveryr when ' ho was
doubtles surprised to fiu'djthat 1therAlabam
ianratholf sided with -M' ..Wesley. IF
M.-Prole$ttui ''' ,'"!'"t - ' .-; ..'-I
"xarTho dayro'f man re 'Jew " and 'full
of trouble. " "
The Issue Before Us.
An article appeared iu tho "Columbian'
of this city two or threo weeks ago, on
the past and present position of tho 'Inde
pendent Democracy ,' which we laid on oue
side intending to take somo notice of it.
Time and the occasion have slipped awny,
and we allude to tha subject now for the
purpose of bringing forward one remark
contained in tho article and giving it that
promineuce which it deserves, in connex
ion with the position of parties and tho
politics of the State and the country. In
the article wc allude to, the following dec
laration was mado.
'There is, however, one point of agree
ment between us and the Know-Nothing
at least the Know-Nothings of Ohio; op
position to" the Shivery extension Policy
of tho Present Administration.'
Tliere is truth arid soundness in this re
mark which just uow'hus significance.
If tho Anti-Slavery seutimeut aroused by
the repeal of tho Missouri Compromise is
n and way to bo sunk or dodged iu the
coming canvass in any of the Western States,
the basis upon . which rests the People's
inovcinctuent of 185jl is gone. In the
New-England States there can be no doubt
of the popular sen tinieut on this question.
Ana it tliere wero anywhere any hone,
North or South, that opposition to the pol
itical power of Slavery might give way to
otner issues, mat Uope may Ieabenclonel.
The result of tho late State elections show
this. The conduct of the late election in
Kansas would mako it criminal to rest for
one moment from our labors. The strug
gls is betwocn Slavery and Freedom. There
There is.no dodging the issue. 0. S. Jour
nal. On tho 26th iust., by llcv. Petty, Thom
as J. Markle, Esq., of Vintersvillo, O.,
to Miss Esther A. daughter of Mr. Wil
liam Roberts, Sr., near tho forks of the
road, Jefferson Co., Ohio.
On Sunday evening the 8th ult., Mr.
John M'Leish and Miss Mary W. 11a
oan, all of Monroe, Michigan.
Peace and prosperity attend them.
. True American Ofuce, )
May 1, 155. J
Flour By wagon load ...10,25
per cwt 4,204,5U
Corn Meal 7580
Grain Wheat, red 1,65 white, 1,70
Oats , 45
White Beans bush. 3,00
Potatoes Neshanuocks. . . c3 hush. 1,25
Keds M bush. 1.00
Butter Fresl 2025
EWs iPdoz 12)5
Dried Teaches 2,25a256
Dried Apples 1,4050
Seeds Clover 6,50
Pork y cwt. 3,754,24
STERLING & DUNLAP
1 1 AVE received their new Spring and
" Summer Goods, to which they invite the at
tention of the city and country trade. Being
determined to sell our goods as low for cask as
any other house in the lrde.
. STERLING b DUXLAP.
Steuben ville, May 1st '55.
nONNKTS! BONNETS!! A beautiful
"assortmenr received this day by
may 1 STERLING 4 DUNLAP.
hUESrf GOOLS All the new and varied
'-'styles for Bale cheap for cash.
may 1 , STEItLING & DUNLAP.
T)OOTS AND SHOES A large assort
Vmciit of all kinds for Ladies, Misses, Child
ren, Men and Boys for sale as low as any other
house in the city.
muyl STERLING t DUNLAP,
MATS AND CAPS-
A good assortment
just received at
STERLING & DUNLAP.
(a BAltllELS UTICA LIME in store
""and for sale at
may STERLING A DUNLAP.
PEACHES CO bushels dry Teaches just
received by ' "
. way , ... . STERLING and DUNLAP.
fJO ORED ' CARPET C1IAIN500
pounds just received and for sale by
may STERLING and DUNLAP.
Oaa DOZEN BROOMS iu btorc and for
STERLING and DUNLAP.
TEA 5 chests superfiue Green and Black
Tea just received by
may STEItLING and DUNLAP.
Comer of Third and Athms Streets,
10SEP1I BLACKBURN has taken this
"house formerly known as the "Round Coi ner,"
and has refitted it up in comfortable atyle, and
miw asks a sharo of palrohagc. Bills low, and
fare and accommodations equal to those who
make more pretences. may '55
QN Wednesday tho30h day of May 1855
at 3 o'clock, p. iu., at the front door of the
Court House, in the city of Steuben villo, will
be sold to the highest bidder, the following
premises, as the property of David FuMer, deed,
to wit : Being part of lot No. 220, in the city of
Steubenvillu, in Jefferson county. Ohio, begin
ing at the north-east comer of said lot, aod run
ning thence southerly along the west lino of
Fourth street twenty feet, and extending buck
westerly twenty feet In width, to the west boun
dary line, as conveyed by Joseph G. Davidson
to Justin G. Morris, subject to the annual pay
ment to tha widow of said David Foster, as and
for her dower therein, the sum of $-J5. Apprais
ed at 733 dollars.
Tubus or Sal. One third cash and the resi
due in deferred payments of ono and two years,
to be secured by mortgage on the premises.
. LOUIS ANDERSON.
' . Adm'raf David Foster, dee'd.
1 May lj 1855,4V. t
IVFOTICE is herebv given that letters
'testamentary upon the Inst will aud testa
ment of Jacob Creamer lata of lint County of
Jefferson, Ohio, deceased have been Issued to
the undersigned. All persons : indebted to the
,ette of the said J,"0ob Cresmer, deceased, will
please make payment, and those having claim
agaiuat him, will present them in legal form.
JOSEPH M'CLEARY, Executor.
'. Warrenton, May 1.
' Administrator's Notice. ....
IVOTlCE ia hereby jrivon : that tho un.
" designed has been appointed Administrator
of the estate of Henry Rnndley, late of (he Co,
of Jeff , O., deceased. All persons hav ing claims
against aaid estate are requested to present them
in legal form, and those indebted will picas
make immediate payment. .
, J. C. M'CLEARV, Adra'r,
Warrenton, My 1.
Administrator'! Ssle of Heal Estate.
fS Saturday tho 2nd day, of Juuo
VJ855, at 3 it'clnck in the BWnnn, mi the
prpiniiu-a, in and 'near the vilWe uf York ii)
Jrffermi County, Ohio, will be Hold to the high
est biddi-r thu itilliiwiuj; rvul oUi, u the (nop'
erty of Godfrey Milh-r, deceasod, Htimle in
aid County, frm from rtowrr, Iu wit: ISttirg
part of Noctinn 34, of town-hip lj, of range 3,
beginning for said tract at the nuri h-ca-t corner
of Raid M-rtiniv. running; llinciiurlh bil diyri--,
wKt with tha north buuudnir thorrof. 175
pole li A post, i'l llie iniddlt) of aaid north
boundary thence niilh 30 iiiinulua eat7f) oidt-N,
oppoailo the middle of the mniir crwt uf llie
town of York, theuco Kuuth W degree etui
85 and 2-0 polos to a poet on thu wvt bank if
the run, thente south 1 degree east 34 and 4-1(1
pole lu a atone near the point, thence south
72 degrees cast 102 poles to a point in the
eut boundury of said boction, ihenc north 1
decree wuh! with anid east bou ndary, 176 poles
to the hrst Kttttinn, excepting and reerviujr out
of Raid mete and bounds ko much of the tame
as ia included n-iihiu the limit and bouudBrie
of the town uf York, nnd M lies west ol the
aaid town and bounded by Main street, con
taining, exclusive f aaid reservation 127 acres
morn or less, appraised nt $5110,
Also another tract of land adjoining the above
described tract, and described as follows ; Be-
On' part of section J.), of township o, and r.inee
3, beinuiiiK tor the same at thu totith east cur
lier ot said section Jb, thence north one decree
west, with the eastern boundary of said section.
21 perches to a sione, thence south bl) dereeK
wiit 175 nud 5-1U perches to a stone, thence
south 1 degree ea-t with the western boundary
of the souih eust quarter of said section, 21
poles to the south-west corner of said quarter
section thence north ell degrees east, Willi the
south boundary ot said section, 175 poles aud
5 10 to the first station, con tain ing 2 J acies more
or less; appraised at J!) HI.
Also lots numbered 45, 46, 47, M, 49 50. 51,
52, 53, 57. 58, 59, and b'U, in said town of York
each appraised at 20 dollars.
l ernis or sale: Uno third in cash, and the
residue in deferred payments of one and two
years with interest Iroiu the day of sale, secured
by mortgago on the premises.
EUiVAliU flllLLf.lt, .
Administrator of Godfrey Miller, ded'd.
May 1st. 4t.
TVTOTICE is hereby given that the undcr
signed has been aDDoiuted adnrinistrator of
the estate of Henry GossnelJ, late of the Coun
ty ot Jetlerson, olno, deceased. All persona
indebted to said estate will nlease make imme
diate payment., and those havinir ckiinS against
said estute will present them in ieal form. '
J. U. M (JLLAKI , aum r.
Warrenton, May 1.
TV'OTICK is hereby given that the undcr-
siirned hns hpnn nnninterl ftHminttrAtnr nf
the estate of Thomas Marshall, late of the Coun
ty of Jefferson, ohio, decceased. All persons
having claims against said estate- will please
present ineni in legal lorm, ana tnosu inaeoiea
thereto will please make immediate payment,. -
William Marsuaix, Adiu'r.
Warrenton, May 1.
A T my instance a Writ of Attachment
AJLwas this day issued by Joseph C. M'Clcary,
a Justice of the Ppace, within aud for Warren
ton Township. Jefferson Co., ohio, acainstthe
ennds, chatties, credits, moneys and effects of
Henry Manspeaker, an absent debtor; nmou nt
due 84,00 dollars.
All persona interested will please take due
notice aud govern themselves arrcrdingly.
Warrenton, april 7. May 1 4t
Samuel Stokely t John Shaiej Daniel Calcu
late partners by the name and( dine the do-
style of Stokely Shane I'll Ik V f e n d a n t Is
vs. hereby notift.
Daniel Calendine defendant S ed that at the
instance of the plaintiffs a writ of attachment
was issued by John Bray, a Justice of the Peace
In and fur Slcubenvilie Township, Jefferson
Uounty, Ulun, on the lUlli day or April, A. 0
1S55 auainst the oronerlv. rights, credits ninn
eys and effects of the defendant a non-r'sidenl
debtor. SAMUEL STOKELY,
May l-3t. JOHN SHANE.
B. F. Payne, pltff. ) D. B. Holton, tho defen
vs. datit ia hereby notified
D. B. Holton, deft ) ibatatthe instance of the
plaintiff a writ of attachment was issned by
John Bray a Justice of Peace in nnd for Steu
benvillu township, Jefferson County ohio, on
the 23d day of April, A. D. 1855, against the
property, rights, credits, moneys and effects of
the uctenduiit a non-resident debtor?
iiaylst-3t. B F.PAYNE.
City Boot & Shoe Store,
WASHINGTON HALL Building room
" formerly occunied by J. Jt D. Scott. Market
St.. Steubenville. ohio.
Justoueued the larirest. best and cheapest.
Slock of Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Unmet-Bui.
etc., ever offered In this market. The subscriber
is determined to do business on the Cash Sys
tern nnd offers great inducements to Cash Buy
crs, and will make it the interest of all tu pal
runize the City Boot and Shoe Store,
way, 1st. i D.SCOTT.
Steubenville and Indiana Railroad,
CHANGE OF TIME.
fN AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL.
lCit, 1855, the MAIL TRAIN will leave
Steubenvillu daily (Sundays excepted) at t) o'
clock, a. tu., and arrive at. Newark at 4 o'clock
p. m., connecting with tjuns fur
Leave Newark at 12 o'clock M., and ar
rives at bteubenvillo at 8.30 p. M., (rus-
sengers by this train leave Cincinnati at
6 o clock A. M. j '
FARE .Vioia Steubenville, (all the
way by Itaii ltoau,j
To Columbus '.$4,00
Cincinnati..... ...... 6,50
" Ionut Vernon 3,75
' Sandusky 0,00
" Uetroit .. 7,00 "
" Rock loland.... 17,75 N
Suiut Louis.. 20,75
For through tickets and further informs
tion apply to F. A. Wells, Agent, Stea
bonvillo. " r :
The Cadiz Accommodation Train.
Leaves Steubenville daily (Sundavs ex
ccptcd) at 5.10 P. M arrives at Caciz at
7.47 v. M."
, Leave Uadu at b.SG a. m. arnvea at
Steubenville at" 11.10. a. m. .
James Collins & Co., No. 114 and 115
Water street I'lttsburch.
P. W; Strader, Broadway, Cincinnati,
luchard Hooker, INcwaik.
F. A. yell8, Steubenville.
Ocn'l Fr't nd Ticket Aet,
April 17,: 1855.
CHARLKS f. TIIAORICa. aOBKRT S. WuOHKOf,
TMACUEa & W0DDR0P.
WIlOJiKSALEI BOOT, SHOE AND
1RUNK WAREHOUSE. No. 101 Arch
(treat bctweeu Tbirdand Fourth, up stairs: four
door peww union notoi J'hUadelphia.
January 1, H?54. -
. NEW 8PEI2T3 GOODS t
' NOW OI'KNED AT ' ' ' ' ".
FOUGIIEKTY Si UROTIIKR'S -J
K lure aud splendid stock of QuodV in llie la
dies' Departn-enl ; alsok a yery heavy slock ef
(loods fur Hiett and liy weur, in our Cloth and
Clothin;; room, whieh will be sold at kw prices
o sui llie times. -
N. 11. 51100 yds. arpetln; of i-yery gmfe
and pattttrn. which wu cna dispose of at price
to suit everybody.
Store Snows Coriiev Sd. and Market etreet
oppnsits Public Huildini!.
pril,5-3m... DOUGHERTY A BRO.
H O. OAIUIETT, h. yt received
' and u iw opening l ire aid fash
iunablu stiK'lt of Sprmu Goods, having beeB
purchased In the Eastern Cilies within llie last
& days at reduced prices, I am prepared to off
er customers greater bargains than ever. The
block consists in nrt uf Plain filacfe and Fan
cy Colon d Silks and Satins, from 50 el a. to
$1,50 per yard, Striped and Barred Silk. Ac.
Cliullis LaWiis,Barege, and other Drens Goods,
cheaper than ever U-fore offered i this market.
ap. 0, 53. M. U. Uabrktt, Mo. 100, 3d at.
CHEpyj'INOond Pillow Cuso Muslins
all w Iths, uualilies nnd nrires. Sheetinir
Muslin tine Qunfitv. from 8 rts. tul2V.. r.ts. tier.
yd.. Bleached Muslin, pood article frm 6 eta.
Iu 10 cts. per. yd. Irish Lineu,pur liueu,
from 31 cts. io75 cts. p-r, yd.
up. 5th. '55. H. G. GARam, 3d. st.
JJ ONNKTS, newest stylo, Bonnet Satin,
Silk and Ribbon, in cre.it variety. Collars.
Spencers, UnderBleeves, hoosiery, Gloves. Mitts.
ace, jcuging, silk ami linen tittti. dro. fall at
H. l. GAitKRTr's, 3d. sureet.
12,000 POUNDS OF WOOL WANTED,
' I ' ebubsciiber having 'made pivparatiot) to
J- start the Woolen Manufactory at Harvey's
Mills, Union Port, Jefferson Co., where he will
manulacture flnuels,. Blunkels, Satenetts and
Cloths for thu Farmers on reasonable terms.
Also will receive at the different Stations on
S. A I. R. R., and Win. il'Carty'a Store. Sien-
benville, Alexander Station, Keed a Mill, also
at, Win. Finney's Store. Cadiz, at' which nnints
the wool will be shipped aud'Koods roshiped at
prices vureing irom cts. io ji cts. lor f lan
nets and Blankets per. yd., and from 40 to 50
for Satinelts and cluth pir ynrj. ,
April, 5th '55. ROBERT ARTHUR.
" . LlftTJOE LAW.
Marvin Warren of BeHcfontaine, 0,.'
as prepared a pamphlet; Forms and di
rections designed to be a complete cuidc
to Justices and others, under tho Liquor
Law of 1854. lie has , his second edi
tion now on hand, which contains all tho
late 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 able Lawyers residing in
every part of the State. The folio win 8
resolution was adopted by the btate Jem
peiunce Conventiou, . held at Colutubu
tbe&M of February 18w: llesolved
that the "Legal Forms" prepared by M.
Warren, Esq., of Bullefontainefor proceed-
in'? under the Ohio Liquor Law, be rec-
commonded to the temperance men through
out the State. ' - ; ,.
Prick of the Work. Singlocopy
SSctsj Four oopies $1,00 or 25 cts. per
copy; Forty copies 8,00 or 20 tents per
copy; Sixty copies $9,00 or 15 cts per
copy. Sent to any part of the state at my
expense nnd risk, as soon as ordered with
the money enclosed. Com, bills, or post
age stamps, will be sent at my risk by mail
it properly enclosed. All orders directed
soon to M. Warren, Attorney at law, Bel-
lefonfuine, Locan Co., O. with money en
closed, will receive prompt attention, tmalt
orders as well as large ones.
April 5th, 1855.. M. WARREN.
G. & J. SCOTT.
ADVERTISED KN TS FOR SPRING
f0 oases of ncr goods now received and
oueniny at the old stand, coniprisincr the
the richest and most fashionable selection of
Dress Goods, millinery, straw goods and Trim
mini's of the present season. Huvinir been pur-
ehased at the present greatly depressed I rices
m Aew lork and f Inladelphia x are enabled
to offer our customers greater inducements than
ever. SILKS. Ge id blin k silks from f2!C to
,75. Plain colored black silks from 75 U 1.25
Striped and bar'd do. Satin de-cheue. pure
satin black and wnte watered mantilla silks Ac.
Challis, Persians, the richest and most beauti
ful challis. Persians, all wool delaines, bar'd,
striped, do. gingham's, prints Ac. Good prims
Miing Ht 6 to 8 cents per yard, fine from 10 o
Vii. MUSLIMS and BHJilii USPS Gondynnl
wi.Im mnalina nt lit' runla lipavv Llivulirfra mt
8 cents por yard., bleached muslins, goou ar
tide at k fine do 8 to 10.
Extra 12 in 15c,
Pillowcase muslin aud linnen sheeting. Checks
tickings and flannel's at very low prices. - Mil
linnery goods, 50 cartons of NEW HOSlTET
ribbons in every variety. 40 ps Bonnet Silks
of thu roost desiriihle colors. Crapes Paltons
and Florences. 150 cartons French and Amer
ican Flowers Bonnet Frames neatett shapes.
illusion liionds; silk trimming lace a, crown 1
mugs. Merchants and Milliners supplied at
Eastern prices. ' SILK and STIti W BOH-
NETS. . 20 cases of the newest shapes and
styles of spittie bonnets, (rood bonnets from 25
cents to one dollar fine do from oue dollar to
$G,00 comprising English straws, swisa braids
Napolc'an laces c. Silk Bonnets of the latest
trench styles and of the richest qualities from
the lowest, to the finest French bonnets ever
opened in this" city. TaiMvreos, Thu finest
siock or Dress i rimmingt of every I lung new
and desirable. Embroideries of the finest qual
ities Frence collars as low asG'caud udbk
hig ti $5,50 chemist under sleeves, jncinet' and
swiss insertings &e. Lisle Thread, silk aad best
quality of bid gloves. Hoisery of nil prices,
some as low as 6 per'pr: tKtsiioyAL, on the
1st day of April we will re'uiovu into our new
building, one door went of our present store
room, which we are having fitted ap iu I he
most modem style. The second and third
floors we are having fitted up for our millinery
department, and having secured the services of
an experienced milluer from one of the most
fashlonnble niilline-y establishments in the city
of New York to siteriiite.ud that depart uienl,
when we will be enabled lo supply our custom
ers with every thing new and dosirahle in that
department. Q. A J.J5CTT.
Miuvh, 29 I855. ' -
. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. .
Trasspobtation Office, 8. & I. R.R. )
Steubenville, April 6th 1855. j
4 FREIGHT TRAIN is now running
to Newark, leaving SteubenvilU daily,
(Sundays excepted,)' at 5 o'clobk a. nu"
Shipiiieuls to all stations, exoept ITniooport,
,. o , ; I r f i . .t ,
uauis, rairview auu m'w . juaraei, uncnsvnie,
Port Washington, N"w ComerRiown, Lafnyette,
Cushocton, Adams' Hills, Dresden aud Newark
must be pre-paid. ,
Shippers will please'concludetheir shipments
and receive their consign meats previous to 6
u tiuvh cnii B' iiiiipi
ap 17, 1355. General Freight Agent.
1 Dr. John McCook. - :'
rFFICR ou tbe Bceond floor in front of
v the Uuiou Office, d street Slcubeuville,
and opposite the Uitiaens 1'snk. , . ,
Office hours ft on 8 a. m. titrtil 13 a.m., and
from 1 p. ni. until t' p.m. At all other hours,
unless liecessarily absent, he may be found by
those reauirins uis professional servieos at his
resilience on, 4lh street, three dmr smith of the
Cstholic Chapel and opposite the Jorth I'uulic
school house. 1 v ' ' april 24 '55 3 t.
Eouao Painting;, dlasinj', &tr. " '
OERRY OOYLK would notify tbe pub
lio that lie is still ready to wait u lis pa
trons in the business of tUu.se Painting, Olss
ing, Paper Hanging and Graining. Sign Paint
ing dune by journey iin-n. Shop on alurkctst.,
toutli side, opposite Kil gore's uew Mali. ,
Steubcnvllls, Jan. 1,1855.
. ;.iXTnEM3ATi:.( ;. ',
Josuo. UexMis'a-AJik'r. " -FttZABETii
IIesbox, ete, lL'-'' 'nd
sines Ilendoit t Kfnlwlty Benjamin Hend .
of j'li State of Mhi-v land, and 11- Jrlcmli Hv-
tioivftiktf iutaUif.Viitiiwa. il if
that Isaac llarris, aduiini-irsrv of the ealolcaf
Joshua Kendon, late of Ji fTeTMxi county Ohio,'
ueceae(l the 16th day of aj.mI XUti, filed
Id the I'robai Ctuirt for Jiffi rm rtmoty Ohio,
bis uiuctidt'd prtithiit aifrr: !: sr,Bif4 r-.ken1,
theottjret and piaynr.ut Kich s tu obtam an
order from saiil court, for the asNijrnmenl f tha
doner of Elianutfh Huailon. the widow fcf aaid
JiisIim aetidun deetasttt,.) Mwi for th ajf
the fllnwiii seal. mat, situate iu an id roHat
of Je(IeronK of mhich said deotl-lit died sttiaed,
and leciibed as follow la wit s iheMMilb west
quarter ot secition tbirty f4ir,"iu ltwnsiipMV
en aud ranri thme ' and of til MUrinr
silualein Uornsey Couoty Oitia lo Wil Th
Eh-t half of the north eastT Quarter uif uttioa
Ka, 13 , Townslii i nn-,'4 hu rtu)(f "miI th
not t It west qouiii-r iif the r.orrlt east quarter
eci ion no. U Tosviifliip noi asd,IUTig 3
and ttf 'ht lulllliiilofe-t f thr defledtio In
the following dtacrilivi) imct of land situate ia,
Jeffwr-mi coiuity, Ohio, to wit DeinK pait f
thenmh' Wert qiisrterof fcution uektiitt Ta
ship 1 and rHne hrK''i'n't? '"f tht anme at
fie soul h west corner of said Mctiun at I pest;
the mm ea fcS 4 JO pereSe Jm pul;iUuia
mifih 1 . ta-t 18 i W perches to a post; (hence
north 2j 3 at, 23 pefcheit to t whit! oak:
thonce north SO east, 2d perch'eit tu a tbB ;
tlwicce north ii 1 ,S east, 2) 410 perches to a
rock In the ru: thenc norvli 3r atf. 36
7-10 perches to a hickory thence vest 94 perch
eslii a slonc, thence soul h 120 perches to tha
place of beginning, containing vt,t atref , or so
much of aaid several trscts us wsy be ieesa
rvto pav 'lhe debts of said decedent. And tbak
on the 16 day of May 1655, application Witt l t
made to said Court fur-such order ky said Ad
ministrator. ' . , Isaac Uashis, '
' AdinV.W JnAna Hnd WW
j By )itMMsi ft Eiupt.,, ,
. april 17lli 1855. 4-t , hia Attornryi '
,. , "n) , i I mi m fc., II I
', . , : . Attachment jfotfcq.j l)ftm .
T my instauco a writ , of attaenment waa
issued on the 2nd day of Ahrif' lP5S 'tw
John H. Fon'ster a justice of tlie yto m Wy a
township Jefferson enunty Ohio, against jha
property and effect of Abfrtliarn tVotl a abnl
debtor, am'nt .uO.,,,JDlYIffS.H..CQLE.,
april 17th '55 -pd
i-.l j 'ill, rl
r. ,, .: ATTACHSCENX KOTICXui'j nt
AT my instance on atUsbinent rar .tbi
oiiy I8iie4by George R. Shanej a j'JStiee
of the peace ef Ross township. Jeflers.ni eowtty ,
against the proprrty and ffecUof ,81bjo
Millirer, ah absconding debtor of said couuty,
Tliii. tktu 5,k .U. f .nll H55" t..'t:Vj '
A A uiy instanee n attainment, was Usy
ed by James Robertson, a. jHstice pf tha
peace of Cross creek township. JeffeTS eua
ty Ohio. figaitlKf the property apd effefta of
Andrew Young nn absent debtor. Debt f 1 6,03.
april 9th '55 3' i . ''' - P. YISatlM
1 EXECTITOE'S NOTICE." -iU
IV OTICK is licrby given tliat tfc pndr-
signed hat been duly appelated ant qaal
ified ns llie Execulnr of the last will, ana tea
anient, of "yVilliaitt Drake, lau?f JtfFeraew cat.,
Ohio, deceased. . v . t, ii.(rvf - .
Persona indebted to said estate will rnak
immediate pat meat; and those kaviatf elahsia
will present lheni (My authenticated fpreltjv
ment. Jou ri. Jharra, Execulnr
ap. 5ih tt.i i William Dwk4, dee'4';
GEOCEllT AUD ' FEED STORE.'
nPIlE Bubscribers bavo on band, and itn
tend keeping ua hand a good aupply stf
Corn. Oats and Mill feed. Also a' good supply
of Groceries, generally,, kept in grocery atakC
isbments. South west corner of Fyur-H Ajid,
Adams street. Steubenville Ohio'. .
Jan. 1, 1855. ' ME1KLK AND BTARg.n
OARBER and fashionable liair, drewe.
Raaora act, and all kinda .of Surgical. I.
slruments put in good order. Room tender
the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market aa., Sear
the Washington hall, between 3d. and 4tn! st,
npril 5lh, 1855.' " - 'V .
1ILLLNEEY , & MAOTAUMAElUtJ.
Misses OEQfUJK.& SCOrr have "en.
tered into rnpHrtitfHvhip in the above' buaineail,
in New Ah xaiidiis, and beg leave lo anneuuc
to the citizens and community that they ar
prepared to give general satisfaction to all who,
uiay give them a call in their line of buislnesa.
. DUSSK8 UXORGES BCOTT.
New Alexacdria, Ohk,; April i,"S5 J.ixir
. . BECOUD AERIVAli
in the city. The assortment is CcMuriele; all ar
ticles -of men's . weir, froioj. the alipper . to ttha
Californm boot tiidies, a choice stoclt "of lha
substautinl, the fine, ami Ihe.fashionable.aM
warranh-d wiH-k. snd at Lower Prices Than
w . . ... r
i i vi ! neamr iubiji a suosianiiai ooos,
shoe or slipper at price to suit llie tiioe.i
not si a cheaper figurer-tlie place to buy, and
the only one where you1 can get more' than1 ins
worth of your money, w )mra the oew and R-saa
stock are just opemdst', .' ' ' '-
" : F18IIR A McFEELTS.J,''
' ' On Market, below. .ThirwreH.'
P. S. Please call in--a. pleasure to' exhibit.'
and no charge irmd for showing gunUs. ' '."
april 17th 1855. ; '.' , f' ,y'
A WrT)Tfl A HT tTftTTon
isomer of Market bud Ohio t&
nierly ocenpiedby John S. Laccy. Xsa..
y.' Wm.. Miu.ji( Prop'r Cadtjs, 4. '
rrTUu wttnw U.... I... .1 .
aughty refitted snd repaired, aod every atten
tion will be paid tu supply the 4 the
traveling community, Thesubliug is large and
extensive. ' A liberel share of parraagn ia re
spectfully aolieitedj . - . .Vrit.MlLJUGAK.
Cadu O., inarch 2lst '55-tf . , , ' ',
' . 1, ' : ,i '', SotWftfciitmi'i -.hr It .
TIIE partne.rHhip bcretofora existing be
t us.. A V C.., f urii:ii. ... j n : j
Mc Curdy of Richmond Jefferson county Ohio,
iu the saddJa aud harness business was 041 the
16ih day of. April 155, dissolved by mutual
consent. ' The business will still be carried 6
in Wellsville aud Richmond aavsaal, the said
D. JicCnrdy is authorised to collect air debts
due the shop at. Richmond, sad Wit) pay 11
dubta contracted by or for said shop,'
. " " a. v. scott D,jfTccr;RDr.
' april 24ih '55 3-t pd..i-.;-j- ,4i-i-,fajat
- Proelamiition;7 f .'? '
fpnE electoraof the second Ward cf 0)
city pr Steuhenyille are- hereby tiotified '
that a special eteetiou Will be keld is said Ward,
at llie asuid place of kohiiiif eloolioHS, oa Sat
urday the fifth day of May jtexf, to elect pb
Trustee, to represent aaid ward ftirtheyacancy
occasioned by llie resignation of Joshua Manly.
Given tinder my hand, at the aily f Steuheu
ville, Ihif 33d day of Apt'l. 1H55. irx. :.
Attest JOBN Sf ATTERSO.MayofL
april 24tli MSt. 1- 4 i- S
, U.. S. . Sb.Tbg and Jltix ISTemng
T KWIS STI'JVKXS would tfspcetfullT
- inform hia friends and Ui public that ha
has taken a room adjoining the U. S.'r house
where he is r.-ady at nil tinies to wait on his
patrons in hia line, ia tho most polite msnitefk
end would .be pleased ta reoeire liberal sha'a
of paironaga. -' : . , 'J t ; .' 4
. anril24th 1853.: '" !i,v" : :' ;f
: SkyigbJt Dsgucrreotypa Hoosis. j .
GVr-rISKK, respectfully annoup,
' ce te'the publir, that he ha m-eialy re.
Sited slid refurnished tle rooms. m ner Fiflk
ami Market strerts. in a sty W inferior tu hone.
He has pared no pains or expease lo make his
rooms pleasant, where on sad all tuny ti ka
plra'ure in visiiiug.'and where B'.! ? t. ;..'a
may ,be supplied w ith Daguerreotyp.a f U,t
61, et tone, true to the life, at Vely ifj-cr.:;;,
tales, and will take grtial pains to - r'4
who may fuvorbiiu with their patronu,.-.
UJHi'inis eoruar of Filth nnd Market iirssla,
immediately over llalsted's Shot Storst
Steubenvillet Jau, 1,1 P55. ' , ---i.
AT Fisber & JIo Feelj 's'niarkei arreet
Steubetiville, if aot the largest, tle jf EST
assortment of New Bo-iU aud Shoes yet offered '