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V '4 H llllt HlLfl VVUtikU.lt L'ltV
ticat crpcnmotiia of practical men ia their
farming rt?ratiotm, and as intinnteJ else
ulcre, shall be much p!Mi to make our
ola-aiu the medium of their publication.
WowonlJ, b-.'wevcr, rffm3nJeorre.ponJcntF
f tint the pucwrtsful result if a single ex
periment oiiitt not to le Mtisfactury to
tliemstlc and fannot us a gener.il thine
be'ielic'al to the community. The first,
xpcviincnt in nl-ncwt nny other direction,
may be no entirely eitinfaetory as to pro-
?t.t',-T rP n .),.i,t.t .fi(o ..,-..,
plete udnptcilncja to puLlio use, but in any
jMenpiition fk vr.rieJ in its attendant cir
tanntsnecs as funning, one trial is not
cnoiish. The man ',y.1io builds up theory
n 1 reco'uiuouds its application in prac
tice, on io light n fonndation, runs the
risk not only of sacrificing his own reputa
tion, but of seriously injuring those who
-ncl-.ipt hi suggestion. Our farmers al
though pru lent men have much of tlie 'go
nhcaV principle which is so striking n
haractcristio of the American people.
They stand reidy t' adopt any pystetn of
nltare which promises tole ;in a higher
degree remunerative, than that last purs
ued. We Admire the men, who having the
jiicaim, have the courage t test the value
of a plausible theory. Such men are the
pioneers of progressive farming. If the
tri;tl proves unsuccessful they are able and
billing to meet the consequences; but un
fortunately, this is iut the case with all
xperimjat-ers. Our young men are in an
eminent decree imbued with this progres
sive spirit. The novelty and excitement
attendant upon the introduction of new
weds, implements, or systems of culture,
liove too many charms to be resisted, and,
as is often the case, these novelties are
oininended by writers who are either in
terested in their sale or adoption by the
community, or whose experience in their
dm is limited to a singlo experiment, Is
it wonderful then, that we hear of the fail
ure of so many of the highly extolled nov
elties of fanning. It is to guard against
inch errors as these, that we throw out our
We arc desirous of rendering our paper
reliable in every particular, and in order
to this end, must have reliable data upon
which to build. A very general impress
ion prevailed that, an enormous product is
necessary to render an experiment worth
recording. Here we have another hurt
ful error. Such extraordinary results are
not demanded by good husbandry, nor does
experience as a general thing sustain them, i
If under peculiar circumstances and treat- j
incut, a much heavier crop than usual is
obtained, such a result is certainly worth
Icing made public; but the following sea- j the Philadelphia election.
on, if under the same treatment the yield Our Democratic contemporaries arc in
' greatly lessened, that fact is equally val-1 ecstasies at t he result of the municipal electable-
It is not the successes of farming J t'on held in Philadelphia on the first iu
xperimcnts only, with which the farmer J start. To our Mind they have achieved
hould be made acquainted, the failures no victory and have no cause for rejoicing,
ols) should be brought to his notice, and i A year since, the Americans, Whig and
that prominently, in order that he may le : Temperance pnrtics,Minilcd, swept the city
mablcd to steer clear of the shoals upon ! by a majority of some 8000; but in the rc
which the hopes and expectations of oth- j contest, the American party with but few
rs ltrvo been wrecked. Wc therefore re- j cent exceptions stood alone, the heavy fur.
peat the request, that when results of ex-! e!gn Protestaut vote, which last June ex
periments are furnished for publication, J ted Mayor Conrad, joined their old andbitt
the writers will distinctly stat? during how or Catholic foe,' and these in turn fused with
many seasons trials were made, whether a bastard Democracy, and these again with
fiinglo one, or two, or three, or more. If I dissatisfied Whigs. Against this potent
his course is pursued our readers will ha combination, with nothing to unite its dis
enabled to form a more correct estimate of ! cordant elements, but hatred to the prin
thcir value, and adopt or reject them : ciples of a sound American party, ourbreth-
tr the circumstances seemed to justify. :
From tlio Progressive Farmer.
Waiting for the latest Improvement.
Are you acquainted with Farmer Tar
dy f He is a cautious man, a very cau
tious man. He is what might, appropriate
ly t5 termed an excessively prudent indi-l
vidual-onc of that class who is never In- At the time we write it is known that
ken in with new-fangled notions f this in- tnCy (iave a mnjority in both branches of
rcntivcage. He professes to be thorough- j tne city council !tll(1 liave t.ccted lhcir
ly acquainted with everything he purchases, candidate for Treasurer, and the returns
nd never (in his own estimation") has he i aiso- favorub!e to the success of their
Veen "taken in" by dealers. In a word, j Commissioner The fusionists who pro
Farmer Tardy it the man who for manyfe.ssto bo wild with raptures, have a mi
vearspast has been waiting for thcr latest , noritv of the councils, and no eitv officer:
improvment in agricultural machinery.
Three years ago when his neighbor Thrif
ty purchased the Erst renping machine in
troduced into this country, Farmer Tardy
laughed heartily at his neighbor's verdan
ry. iiut Farmer Thrifty had never been
taught to hold the six-pence so close to his
rye, as to hide the dollar behind. Tardy's
pleasantries were received good humored
!y, and the reaper was put to work. The
first season, nearly 00c half the expenses
of cutting his harvest saved, and the next
showed a similar result. Laborers were
carce, and wages high last season, and
Thrifty, not only saved enough to pay for
bin refiner hut I nd main l....n..t4
.... ... r., t,a... "aiun.w
full week before his sloW but sure triend.- j
Whcrwas Farmer Tardy all this while ?;
You might have Been him last season, cau
tiously examining tho different reapers and
mowers, seeking for the latest improve
ment, but evidently no nearer the object
of his scarclt than when ho commenced it
four years before. M'Cormiek's was too
heavy, Manny's too light, A tkin's too com
plicated, Burrall's was only reaper. Al
len's and Ketchum'g were ouly mowers,
nnd Im wan fully pcrsu ided that next year,
then) would bo something still better; a
m if hit!" that would ombodjr that great do-
sidcru'uni, the latest improvement
Header do you rccngnizp Farmer Tardy,
from the description wo hare given. If
not the veritable Tardy himself, h-ivo you
not hits exact counterpart in your own
neighborhood, somo one or pcihaps a great
many, who are throwing away important
advantages wl.ilo awaiting for the latest
improvement, men who tire growing poor
er daily simply because they are two pru
dent to avail themselves of the labor ha
ving machinery, by the use of which the
cuterpiising and eoufiJeul farmer is amas
sing u independence.
Rev. Charles Elliot.
Some time ago the Cincinnati Enquirer
made a savage attack upon ltcv. Charles
Elliot, editor of the Western Christian
Advocate, in which he was charged with
falsehood, with being a Kuow Nothing,
with engaging iu politics, h'i. To the lat
ter charge, Mr. Llliot icplies as follows:
"As to the Euquirci's friendly solici
tude about our 'engaging in poii'.ics,' we
have only to say, that, in t lie ordinary
mere political party issues, wo have no
coucet u ; we feel uo interest mid take no
part in them. Lut where great moral
pi iuciphs are broken down, sacred nation
al faith is annulled and annulled, too, for
the purpose of exfeuding "the sum of all
villainy" over a territory consecrated by a
solemu compact to freedom j when dema
gogueism links in with Popery to peril the
birthright of Amer.can citizens; when it
joins hand in baud with rum-sellers to aid
iu spreading and perpetuating the blight
ing mildew of intemperance we should
not be true to our own manhood, to our
Christianity, to our Ckuich, nor to our
God, dTu we not speak ont in earnest and
solemn tones. IPc have to t-pjceu, tcesJtull
continue to npnil; ! God being cur helper,
we will defend the truth and right The
Enquirer need have no apprehensions about
the Church being dissatisfied with our
course. When such shall prove to be tlm
case, we c n easily relinquish cur post;
but we cannot cease to vindicate the truth.
13 ut , for the Enquirer's special benefit, we
will say that while our course has been de
cided, and we have spoken out upon the
great, politico-nicfral questions of the day,
ouly two of our twenty seven thousand sub
scribers have deserted us on that account,
and fi r those two wc have received more
than half a dozen each. No, Mr. Enqui
rer, those persons who go iu for annulling
satrcd compacts, upholding and extending
slavery, sustaining Popery, and selling
rum, are men of altogether a different char
acter from those who Fustain Protestant
Churches and patronize religious newspa
The Harrishurgli Herald thus speaks of
rcn of Philadelphia were called upon to do
battle, and nobly have they discharged
their duty. For such principles, and in
such a conflict, it would have been honor
able to have fallen, but they "still live!"
rnd the spirit that bore tlivm victoriously
through the late campaign, is the harbin-
cr of st;n STCntcr triunn)hs
"small favors thankfully received &c."
But an examination of the policy pursued
by tho tdlics will make their desperation
and unfairness still more apparent. On
Faturday evenining proceeding the election,
at a public meeting of tho Democracy of
the second Ward; Mr. George Nebinger,
the President of the association, said, "the
time has come for us to turn out in, all our
strength, and break down any party thai
dare deprive us of our 1 ights as citizens.
We have a great work to perform. Our
verdict next. Tuesday, will decide, wheth
er wc shall tolerate the heretics Eiblo, in
our public schools, of whether we shall
' i i ., , , ,
no longcc near tno ouotninauio nuts.incc,
vrlvh all Catholic's detest. Under those
circumstances, will any Catholic dare to
stay from tho j.olls." Thank heavens!
Philadelphia has endorsed the Rible, su
taincd free schools, discomfited political
Catholicism, defoated combination of
incongruous elements, that now "sleeps
tho sleep that knows no waking."
Stores of the Astor House fronting on
Broadway, eight in number, rent for about
tweuty-eiglit thousand dollars. Each corner
store, about twenty feet front, rents for
7hat the Know Nothings Ki ;
A. Do Lciynski, M. D , Physician, Ohio
Penitentiary,' as ho signs himself, thecele
brj'.ed Gei-man Doctor employed by th?
Directors to take charge of the hea'th of
the convicts in the 0. P., has laid befo re
Drake Medical Society of thi? city, n longthy,
Latin-phrased, hard-worded paper in which
he endeavors to explain the reasons why
so many prisoners died with the 'Tutrld
Fever," or 'Acute Scurvy' that pervaded
the prisoa la-t fall Somo, thirty Feven
poor fellows left tho Hospital for thft un
discovered country in a very few months,
because (if we are to believe this remarka
ble paj.er, which has been laid over ly
the Society for discussion) they refused to
extend to the Doctor a generous confidence.
This distinguished member of tho Medical
Corps makes a statement to this effect
'The influence of a secret Order of politi
cians known-as Know Nothings, or the.
Order of the Star Spangled Eanncr, was
brought to bear in such a manner as to
undermine his influence with the prison
ers, so that they lost confidence in him,
and it destroyed his friendly relations with
the officers of the Penitentiary, and to the
bad effects cf this secret influence he at
tributed in part, the fatal result of the epi
demic!' How is it that this terrible result of
Know Nuthingism has escaped the notice
of the "Ohio Statesman?" Is it not 'intol
erable and not to be endured?' The au
dacious Know Nothings, with their secret
cabalastic charms, not content with crea
ting trouble iu family relations, breaking
down old fogy politicians, have actually, ne
cor ding to the lies of party and the influ
ence of leading this learned gentleman from
Germany, tken away from emetics the pow
er to vomit, and from catlicrtics the power
to purge. Join;
Sky-Light Daguerreotype Eooms.
O W. WISEK, respectfully announ
' ces to the public, Umt lie lias reri-ntly ri'
fitted mid refurnished the rooms, corner Fifth
mill Market streets, iu a kyU inferior to none.
He has pared no pains or expense to make his
rooms "pleasnnt, wliere one and all may take
lcauru in visiting, find where all who wi-h
may be supplied with Daguerreotypes of the
finest lone, true to the life, at veiy leaonable
rates, and will take great pains to please nil
who may favor him with their patronage.
JTRo'inis corner of Fifth and Jliuket streets,
immediately over IlnlMed'R Shoe Store.
Steubenville, Jan, 1, 1655.
flMIF partnership heretofore existing be
twee;i A. F. Scott of Wellsville and Danie
Mc Curdy of Richmond Jefferson county Ohio,
in the saddle and harness business was on the
16lll day f April lfc'55, dissolved by mutual
consent. Tho business will still be carried on
in Wcllsville and Richmond as usual, the s.iiil
D. McCurdy is authorized to collect nil debts
due the shop at Richmond, and will pny all
debts contracted bv or for said shop.
A. F". SCOTT i D. McCURDY.
april 24th '55 3-t pd.
Shaving and Hair Dressing
T EWIS STKVKSS would respectfully
inform his friends and the public that he
lias taken a room adjoining the U.S. I1011.se
where he is rsady at all limes to wail 011 his
patrons in his line, in the most polite manner,
end would be pleased to receive a liberal bhaie
april 2-kh 1S55.
"1orner of Market and Ohio sts ; (For
merly occupied by John S. Lncey, Eq ()
Vm. Miu.gan, Frop'r Cadiz, o.
iD'The uhnvu named limi-e has been thor
oughly refilled and repairrd, and every atten
tion will be paid to supply the wauls of the
traveling coniimiuity. Tliustahling is largenud
extensive. A liberel share of patrol nL'e is re
specirully solicited. WM. iUlLLlG AN.
Cadiz O., march 21-st '55-tf
HILINEEY & MANTAUMAKIWG.
Misses GEORGE & SCOTT have ,cn-
ten d into copartnership in the above business,
in New Ahxandiia, and beg leave to announce
to the citizens ami community that they are
prepared to give general satisfaction to ull who
may give them a call in their line of buisincss.
Misses Gf.okge& Scott.
New Alexandria, Ohio, April 5, '55.
BARBER and fashionable hair dresser.
I).,....,.., 1 ..ll l.;...l . r c i
jtatxin D,:i, vim mi jtiimn ui ti'irgiciu in
struments put in good order. Room under
the Mechanic' Saving Fund, Mmkel St., near
the Wellington hull, between 3d. and 4th. it.
april 5ili, 1?55.
"HEW b?OI)?!'lfEW GOODS ! i'
"LMSHFR & M'FEELY have just re-
ceived, and are now opening a prune lot of
Boots and Shoes of eveiy variety, to which
they invite '.ho attention of their Iriouds und
l he public in general, inning pmcliasid for
ca-h we will be enabled to offer greater induce
ments than ever.
Ladies' lasting Gaiters from 12.1 cents up
wards. Childrens' Shoes, from 25 cents up
wards. Trunks, Carpet Bags, etc., at low pri
ces. Call then on tibl h & Mtl 1I1Y,
Mar. 29, lt55. On Market r,t. below Third.
Bv Rkv. T. 11. Stockton.
nnillS highly interesting book contains
420 pages neatly executed, with Small
Pica type, on fine paper, 12mo. Price iu cloth
1; in sheep, $1 2.) ; iu half morocco. $1 ,51).
A liberal discount given to agents and book
sellers, by A. 11. F.NGL1S1I fc CO.,
Jan. 1st IP55. No. ' Wood si.. Pitts. Pa.
i. o. o. s.
tVIMROP ENCAMPMENT No. 3, I.
. 0. 0. F. meets every second ond fourth
Fridays, at o'ekek, p. tn , iu Jefferson
L-dge rooms on Third Sireel, over Gairetl's
Store, 1). B. Hurchart), (i. P., Geo. B. Means,
S. V John Wiiu'ironer, Seriliu.
JefTerson Lodge No. 6, I. 0. 0. F., meets
every Tni'sdiiy u' G 1 2 o'clock, p. to , in their
hall on Third street, over Garrett's More. Geo.
H. Means N 0., 1. L. llollon, V. (i., Jas. O'
Neal, jr., Secretary.'
Good Will Lodge N'o. 141, 1 O. 0. F., meets
every Thursday nl C 1-2 o'clock, p. m . in their
Hull on Fourth street, over llenttv & Slei'lninn's
Store. A. 0. Worthinglon, Jf. 'O , D. Filson,
V. G., T. II Robertson Secretary.
Feh. si. 1855.
rT,HK subscribrrs have on hand, and in
tend keepinir on hnnd n good Mipply of
corn.', Oats and Mill feed. Also H good nipply
of Gtoceries, generally kept in grocery estab
lishments, Soiitli -wimt corner of Four-h tad
Adams street, Slcubonville Ohio.
Inn. 1, 1P55. MK1KLE AND STARK.
FORMERLY BLACK BEAU HOUSE
South Fourth street, Steubenville, Ohio T.
D. IlAHiirox, Prepiiitor. The above tinned
House ia shunted midwny between the Sicnm-
boat Landing and Railroad Depot, rendering
ii a convciiieni stopping place for Travelers and
(inra vimnj timcity. Jan. 1, 'fS,
V?, Kfl IN MtY GOODS, SHOES,
Jaml CARPLT3, Third stutiJ, adjoining
Court House, Stenbiinville, Jan. I . '55
DE. 8. BOTHACEEB,
QFFICE South Fourth St., re-tr Conns'
Dry Good Stnrr-. Steubenville, 0. Jn. I.
MOODEY & ELLIOTT,
TTOKNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville
Ohio. Office comer of Maiket and Fourth
streets, second story. Jan. I, IP55.
OYSTER AN' I) COXFECTIONKIIY
SALOON'. Ws. J'AT-Fnsos, Proprietor, op.
posite Citizens' Bank, Third Kticet.Steiibenvilie,
Ohio. Oysters wholesale and retail. also,
Toysaiid Notions. Jan. 1, 1855.
JAMK ONKAL. (5EOUGK 0 NEAL
J. & G.' O'NEAL,
(Successors to Alexander Doyle,)
jyiSfesS FOKWAKP1NG k COM
MlSSlOX MERCHANTS & Steamboat Airen
Ware house coi ner of Maiket ami Water BtreetH
Whnrfboiit nt Market street Landing
.Tanunn I, 1855.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Steubenville.
Ohio. Ollicc uinler Kilyire Hall, Market
street. Jan. 1.1S55.
UNITED STATES HOUSE,
1? V. EARL, Proprietor, corner Mar-
ket and High streets, near tho River, Steu.
beiiville,.Ohio. Jan. 1, '55.
K. M. STANTOX. O. W. MCOOR.
STAKTOJT b H'COOH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville,
Ohio. Office on Third street, between
Market and Washington. Jan. 1, 55.
0. M. THATl IIKR. O. B. KlUILIN.
Thatcher & Eerlin,
ENCHANT TAILORS, Third St.,
second door below Market, Steubenville
Ohio, keep constantly for sale nod make up to
order, Cloths. C-assiineies, and Venting. Also,
Suspenders, Cloves, Shirts, Craviits, Hosiery,
mid Furni'-hing Goods generally. ICTOrders
respectfully solicited. Jan. 1, '55.
"' Wesley Starr & Sons, ",' "
TOBACCO AND (IF.NEUAL COM
MISSION MERCHANTS, No. 4 Light St.
Wharf, Ihiltinioiv, attend to the sains of To
bacco and all kinds Western Produce, Pro
visions, A-c, ie Jan. 155.
JOHN A. DIVOtlAM. W. a LI.OYU
BINGHAM & LLOYD,
A TTOKNKYS AT LAW. Office at the
corner of Third and Maiket streets, oppo
site tho Court House, Steubenville, Ohio.
January 1, 1M5.
John sham., jamis m. siiane
J & J. H. SHAKE.
A TTORNEY'S and Counsellors at Law;
will promptly attend to nil business en
trusted to them. Office. Kilgore buildings,
Market Street, Steubeiivillc Ohio.
January 1, 19 jo.
J. II. MILLER. R. SHKRIIAKD; Jit
EILLEIt & SHEREAUD,
ATTORNEYS AND CUUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Ofl'ice, Maiket i-treet, opposite
Washington Ha'l, Steubenville, Ohio. Prompt
attention to collecting and securing claims.
Agents for obtaining Pensions and lioiinty
Lands. Land Warrants bought and sold.
Janunry 1, 1S55.
A. H. DOHRMAN & Co.,
pOKWARDING & Contmisssou tier
chants, for the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon,
Lard, Butter, Wool, Seeds, Dried Fruits, Salt,
Nails, Window Glass, Jlercliandizc and Produce
iu general, Sltubetiville, Ohio.
. KCl-EIlENriS.. .
Fruitier t Drennen, Steubenville, 0.
II. II. Collins, Pitli-burgh. Peiin,
Win. Holmes fc Co., do.
llozea Frazier, Cincinnati, jan. 11
COUTH FOURTH ST., STEDBKN-
VILLE. Ohio. All kinds of MmMe Work
done to older. On hand at all times, Water
Lime, Plaster Paris, and the Iks qunlitv of
Grindstones. L. liORLAND.
Sieubenrille, Jan. 1, 155.
J. C. H'CLEARY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY
PUBLIC, Warrenton, Ohio, w ill carefully
attend to all business cntriHcd to him in the
counties of Jefferson, Harrison mid Belmont, in
the State of Ohio; and Brooke mid Ohio conn
tics Va. Office opposite the Western Hotel.
January 1, lt'55.
J. C CABLE, II. D. .
OFFICH at his resilience, on Fourth, be
tween Market and Washington streets.
Stciibenville. Jan. 1, '55.
DR. 'LOUIS. SELLS,
rfcFf ICK Mardct Street, between Third
" and Fourth strerts, Steubenville, Ohio.
January 11, 1E55.
THOMPSON HANKA & SONS,
Taper Manufacturers, S'.eu'ocnville, Ohio.
January 1, lt'55.
Y7. CUL. GAST0II,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Steubenville.
Ohio. Refers :o Hon. Wilson Shannon,
Hon. Win. Ketmon, sr., lion. Jlenj S. Cowan,
and Hon. T. L. Jewctt. Office on Maiket st.
belo-v Third street. Jan. 1, '55.
Barbers and Fancy Hair Dressers.
PIM1E subscribers would announce to
the citizens of Sieulirnvilhi and vicinity,
that they luiye entered into co partnership in
the above business, and me leady to wail on
customer at their establi.hmeiit, where prompt
attention willbe given to those who favor them
with a call.
Shop on the North-east comer of Third and
Market streets, under the storu of Messrs
Dougherty, StHubulivilhi. Ohio.
siar 2'J, 1M5. LECTCH it. HOPKINS.
Closing up and Selling Out.
Great JJurjuins hifnte. guiuij East.
Gentlemen of the city, nnd vicinity, that he
has commenced selling oft the balance of a
large and beautiful sluok of Dry Goods, retu
iiiiiils.ulso 30 remnants carpels. Sale to con
tinue for 2 weeks. All who arc anxious to gel
good bargains will call at the store of J. Allen,
comer 3d street, near maiket, Stcubi nville.
starch 2!). lfiia.
A NUMBER of enterprising AGENTS,
to sell either by subscription or at ighi,
"Coltcn's U. S, Gazatkk," a highly valuable
and popular work; which has given general
satisfaction wherever circulated, and is an in
dispensable appendage to every nian'a Libraiy.
Men of experience in this business, imiy find
a profitable employment, as a liberal connuis.
sion will be allowed. For further particulars
address W. F. McMASTEItS, Lorn! Ag't.
Jan. 18, I f-55. Steubenville Ohio.
Whole .ale Drug House.
THE subscribers have on hand a large
,! ,,-..11 t..'. i...i ......I, ,.t n.o pi.....,':
...vi . v.i rviivini nt'., n ... xi"(n, i,,,iu
cals. Paints, Dye Stulfs, OiU, Varnishes, llrush
a. Patent Mcdicmos, Perfumery, Surgical In
alruinents, DBgiicrreoly po stock, Glassware, etc.,
etc., which they offer very low either wholesale
or retail. Deolers will find i' 'heir interest
to exuninc our stock and jirices, as we arc do
terniiiiid to sell as low ns any house in the
West. Orders promptly executed, and personal
ntteniion paid lo sliioiiliig.
DPUO KM PORIUM, Market street, two doors
below the Ji der-on Iirnnch liiiiik.
HEXING & MELV1N.
Slenbetiville, Jan, I, 1855.
Grist Mill and Grocery Store.
T HAVK in operation at tho "Uni.m
Mill, west end market street a run of atone
for grinding corn, rye, barley, Ac. I am pre
pared to sell corn men!, lit wliolesalo or retail
ut the mill, and at mytore, where I keep on
linnu family groceries and produce at low pn
cea for cash or country produce
Steubenville March J5 ToHX M'Fir.tT.
VK nre if,w receiving one of tho lar
gest and best selected Stocks of
3 iwsisi 1
ever before offered. Our Stock is all new this
Spring, and comprises the latest and best slvles.
It coimisu iu rmrt of
of new and beautiful designs.
.PAftLOft DflAWING RC0I3,
in every variety of Rtvle and qunlitv.
GILT, SILVER, VELVET
C01IM0X l!tRrEIiS,DOF NEW' STYLES.
Transparent Window Shades, Figured
and Plain, with Putuans Patent Fix
tures; Plain, Green, and Blue, and
FIGURED WINDOW BLINDS,
and Fireboaid Screens, in great varh-tv of pat
terns. With an extensive assortment to select from,
ve expeel to please those who mav give us a
all M'DOWKLL ,fc Co
Booksellers, Siationers nnil Papr Dealers.
Market Street : Steubenville, Ohio.
March. 1 lf5.
ncafoelhrs, Stationer, Paper Dealers, Maiik
lfneik Mannfucturrra and Rmk Binders.
IEALKLS at, Wholesale und Retail, in
School, Classical, Medical, Theological,
Miscellaneous, und Blank Books, Ruled" and
Plain Cap, Post and Nolo Paper, Printing and
Wrapping Papers, Wall Papers and Holders,
School, Coiiniiiig-Hoiie and Fancy Stnionery.
Merchants and other- desiring to purchase,
will do well to call and examine- our stock.
Tho highest market price paid for l'ags.
'LOW 1 1 ,t CO ,
North Ride of a Itl.sW'.i Fourth stive!,
Steubenville. Ohio. Jan. 1, '55.
Boots! Boots!! Eoots!!!
.1 AM LS ALEX AN I) E It
-TAS on baud, and is manufacturing,
Gents' Fii-iu h Calf St itched and Pegged
Kip and course Hoots and Shoes. Also, Ladies
Misses nnd Childrens G.-iti'ts, Kid, Morocco
and Calf Hoots, Huskius and Slippers ; and
keeps iu store n large stock of Eastern work of
thi' latest style, nil of which he will sell low
for Cash, at his fash ion able Itoot ai.d Shoe store
Market Street, Steiibenviile, Ohio.
Feb. 1, lt-'55-3non,
New Boot and Shoo Store. .
A. TONNEH has on hand the larg
est and best anuil'tincM of Hoots. Shoe.
Hats and Caps ihat have evi r been offered iu
this part of the country. s he is doing exclu
sively a cash business, he can and w ill sell
whole-ale and retail cheaper than anv other es
talilishnient, in the city. All who wish to pur
chase, will please call at the new Hunt and Shoe
Store of E. A. TONNF.il,
Maiket street, between Filth and Sixth.
S eiibenvilh', Jan. 1, 11-55.
TJST PUBLISH KD.
Illl'i Americaii Monthly Magazine for
March, Devoted to Literature, liiography,
Sketches, Storie-, Travels, Adventures, Alls,
Sciences, Genua! Intelligence, Ac. Together
will, a variety of edit oi inl-;coiTcspniKlciiCf , mi
cellany, the whole making, when bound in a
volume, as large a collection of good leading
matter ascan be found in any Magazine iu llu
cotitilry. The pie ent nun, her contains a life
like portrait of Gem-nil Sam Houston, togdher
with a Uiographiciil sketch. Tki ms $J per y.-ar
in advance. Single copies 23 Cents. A liber
al discount made to agents,
AGKNTS. Good, smart, industrious agents
wanted in every town and city in the United
Stii'es Office of I he Magazine, 5 und CScollay's
Enilding, Trcmont Itow.
JAMKSS. TUTTLE & to.
Send in your orders as soon s possible.
Postotl .1. Fedeihrli t cu., Fctridge & co.,
and Win. V. Spencer.
Pew York Itnss fe Jones.
I'hiladelpliia J. . Huberts it CO.
nliiaiore Win. S Crowly, it.cn.
LMr7 T7jSaSMTS FOU OUE lOL
LAR. T WILL get. the w-inaiit of any claimant.
under the new Poimty Land Act, for one
dollar, on his sending me a statemeiit, of his
case, and enclosing the fee, in advance, a dol
lar gold piece, and four or live postage stamps
besides. Address me at ISaltiniore Md , post
paid, till the 15th of April next; after which to
V'. 0. SXETIIEN, Formerly Solicitor
April 1G 3-t of the General Land Office.
G. GAIUiETT, ha just received
nnd now oivnin r , I n-.,,. ni,d ri-li-
ioiiuble stock of Spring Goods, having been
purchased in the Ka.-lern Cities within I lie last
S days at reduced prices, 1 am prepared to off
er customers greater bargains than ever. The
Slock consists in part of Plain Pluck and Fan
cy Colored Silks and Sitins, from 50 cts. to
j.1,50 per yard. Striped and Paired Silks, ,tc.
Chuilis Ll'W'lls, JSillege, and other Dress Goods,
cheaper than ever before offered in this market,
ap. 3, '55. II. G. Garumt, No. 101), :td st.
gilKETLXG and Mll-w Case Muslins
all wl 'lbs, qualities and prices,. Sheeting
Muslin fine quality, from 8 cts. In . '. rte. per.
yd.. Cleaclu d Muslin, good article from Z cts.
In 10 cts. per. yd. liish Linen, pine linen,
from .11 cts. to 75 cts. per. yd.
up. 5th '55. It. G. G.vnr.i.rr, Sd. st.
TJ ON NETS, newest style, Bonnet Satin,
Silk nnd Ribbon, in great variety, Colhins,
Spencers, Ulideisleeves, hoosiery, Gloves, Mills,
Lace, Kdgmg, silk and linen ' han. itc. call at
U. G. GAttitnTr s, .id. street.
NEW SEEING GOODS !
NOW OPKNKD AT
DOL'GIIKBTY & BKOTlIEll'S,
A large and splendid stock of Goods in the la
dies' Llepnrlii'eiit ; also, a very heavy slock cf
Goods for men and hoys wear, in our Cloth and
Clothing room, which will be sold ut low prices
o suit, the times.
N.I). 5(1(10 yds. Carpet ing of every cm !e
and pattern, which we can dispose of at prices
10 suis every oody.
More KootiiH turner .id. and Market street
opposite Public Ruilding.
pril, 5-3 mo. DOUGHERTY & IJRO
12,000 POUNDS OF WOOL WANTED,
rlj he Sub-ci iber having made preparation to
J- start tho Woolen Manufaclorv nl Hai vov s
Mills Union Port, Jefferson Co., where lie will
manufacture Flancis, Blankets, Salcnclts and
Cloths for the Farmers on reasonable terms.
Also will receive at lb" different Slut ions on
S. t I. H and Wm. M'Cariy's StoiN'. Sleu
1 ville, Alexander Station, Keed's Mill, aln
nt Win. Finney's Store, Cadiz, at which points
the wool will be shipped and gootlsrushipi'd at
prices vureing from 25 cts. to III ctH. for Flan
nels and Blankets per. yd,, and from '10 to 50
f.r Satinetts nnd cloth pir varj.
April. 5th "55. UODEItT AUTIIUH
Landreth's Garden Seeda.
A SUPPLY of Landreth'H Garden
Seeds, includbig Veuelable, flower and
heib seeds of the chuicost kinds, for sale, at the
Hook Store of J, It. SLACK fc CO.
March 29, 1S55.
Honso Painting, Glazing, &o.
PEKRY COYLK would notify the pub
lic that ho is still ready to wnil on hi- pa
irons in tlie business of llouso Painting, Gluz
ini'. Pnner Ilanifinir and Graining. Sign Paint.
ingdona by joiirneyinen. Shop on Market at.,
south side, opposite hllgore a new Hall.
Steubenville, Jan. 1, 155.
TN every section of the l-nit.-d Sta'os
to sill iheiniist ehgunt ,.. u-efiil Vi.liiiiif
of tho yir. . Seiri-s' uii-at Work on Rumn
Just published, an illustrated description ol
the Kiissian Empire. Being a Physical and
Political history of tin Governments ni d pro
vinces, productions resources, imperial gov.
eminent, commerce,' literature, educational
means, religion, people, mnnuers, reatoius an
tiquities, etc , etc., from the bit est mid most iiu
theiitic sources, Enibcllished with aboet '-'HO
ongrnviiigs und maps of Fuiopcnn nnd Asiatic
Russi. Tho w holo complete in one large oc
tavo volume of about "Oil paes, t h gantly and
substantially hound. Iteiiul price, (3. ,
This work ImsVcii neveml years in prepara
tion, and will, it is believed, im-et ju iho I' ll' (
accc piation of the wind, iho v ant so iiiiivn
sully fell tor reliable inlormat lop no ihe hi-lorv
and internal re-ourcos of n conniry occupying
so larce a portion of the Ivistern lieioispiiu-e,
iuid holding so formidable a posit ion hi. the
pre-enl time to the lost of Europe i nd A-ta ;
but of which far less is kuuVn than of any
oilier European nation.
Also, a deeply interesting volume, entitled
"'I lie r. niiirkuhle adveiiinres of celebrated pel
sous," inibracing the romantic incidents and
adventures in the lives of sovereigns, states
men, gem nils, princes, winners, travell is, nd
veii'iirers, voyagers, Ac. iminei.t iu the hi-tiny
of Europe and America, including ketches of
over fifty ci-lelirated heroic chamclers Heiiu
tifnliy iilns'iatid willi niiiiiernus ci-gi-ji v
One vol. 4D0 pages, my nl J-J mo. rlulh gilt
Pi ice, $ 1,25
The subscriber publishes a number of most
valuable Picloiiul Hooks, eiy in uliir, -1 .d of
a moral mid religious chinacK r, that while good
men may safely engage iu lhcir cncidff I'm,
lliev will Confer a public bent fit, and l.-ceive a
lair compensation lor their labor.
To men of cntt rpii-e ami tuci, this La- Inc-s
offers un opportunity for profit.tble eiuplnum nt
seldom to be met with.
Persons wMiiug to engage in lhcir sale, will
receive promptly by mail, a Circular, conininii g
full pm ticiilais, Willi "Din ctioiis tn pn-oiis
disposed lo act ns Agents,' together willi I s
on wbii-h l hey will be furnished, by mldrc-Hiiig
tho subscriber, post paid.
ltOHF.RT tj'FRS, Publisher.
llSl William St., New Ymk.
Marvin AVni ieii of JJclh-tiintainc, (.),
as ii I'tin il a I'i.ii h'tt, l-' i ii -h i.i.d
rectinns ilesimi'l tn Le i i-otiiplcte ptide
lo Justice:! and others, under the Liipi-ir
Law of 1 y," t. lie lias his second edi
tion now on hand, which contains till the
late decisions of the fc-'upri. ino t.'ourt np.oii
the sul j vet, t'
v,KU a c
i f the
The v.oik is indorsed f-r c irri cttiet
Si-tue twenty-live a de Lawyer! residing it:
eu-ry pait of the fr'tnto. The followiits
resolution was adoptid Ly (he Mate Teiu-pi-iiittte
Con vi nl ii n, luld a1 Coli'tnl. i.
ii the 'liA ot'Fjlji-ti n-y 185.3: It-xt'.ved
liuit the "Legal Forms" pivpatid ly "..
Warren, lv;(j., of n l!i f.iitaiin fur pp ceid
inji; under the Ohio Union- Law, l;i' rec
ciiinuieuded to ti.e temperance in:n through
out the Statu.
I'tisa: of Ttii: Y
ids; Fattr copies R I ,' 0 or iii ds.
,U J or L'v) ecu's-
ci ptes fc:),t U or ly c's
kii v part of tin; sttitc
r p -a
exin'nse iiitu risk, us soijn a
the n.i iiiy ineiosi d. Coin, i iils,
age statnpH, will he scut ut my iik
it jiion-i-;y enclosed. A II orders oinc'ul
soiiii to M. Warren, Al tunn y lit law, Li l-h-fiinitiitie,
Logan Co , 0- with money en
closed, will n-ceive prnttipt attention,, Muali
I n 1
null rs as weii as largo ones.
G. & J.SCOTT.
ADVElVlISKMhiN'ib lUil -milM
f0 cases of ne a- gronU in-w r-ciivi-(i mui
" opening at the old stand, ronipii-ii g the
the richest and umst fashionable seh i inui ol'
Dress Goods, iniiliiieiy, straw g-iods nnd Trim
mings ol'lhe present sea-oil. liio iug In ell pur
chased ut the present greatly depressed I rices
iu New York and I hiladel phia Wc a:e clodded
to ofi'emni customers greater induct im nts it an
ever. SILKS. Go 1 black silks fiom C2J. to
1.75. J'iuiii color, d black silks from 75 to 1,25
Striped and bar'd do. Satin de cheoe. pint
sat in black ami w bile watered muni ilia silk- Ac.
Challi-, Persians. I he rii host und toosl buiuti
i'ul challis. Pir-ians, all wind delaines, bar'd,
striped, do. gingham's. :iliN itc. Good piiin
seliing ai G to h cents per yard liui I'roin it) 'o
121.;. MUSLINS and SHL 1. 1 IM.S Goml an
wide muslins at tij.j cents, heavy shoe
cents nor vurd. lileai-hed mu-liiis, un.ctur
tide at tij-i iii.e do i? to 10 Extra 12J:, to 15c,
Pillowiase muslin anil linneii sln-eling. Cln i k
tickings und lluuiu-l's at very low prices H I
linneiy goods, 5!) cartons of Nl-.W LONNI.T
ribbons in every variety. 40 ps I'minel Siilk:
of the most deirab!e Colois. C'laja s Pillions
and Florences. :50 cartons Ficiii h and Amer
ican Flowers lloniiet Fiaiiiea nrn'esl shapes,
Illusion Ploiuls; silk triiuioiiig lace's, cn.wn li
nings. Merchants in d Milliners supplied at
Kasicrn prices. i.K und S'IP.W J.OK
NKTS. 20 cases ol the lowest shapes aini
sty les of spl'u.g bol.ncl.s, goi (! bolillela I'loin 25
cents lo one dollar, tine do fiom one dollar to
$6,00 comprising Kulish i t raws, sviss braids
Niipolelan laces 4C. S lk Houin ls of l he bite; I
French sl)le nnd of the liehest qualities from
Ihe hiWe-t, to the l',:io-l Flench bo nets ever
opened in this city. Tcimminus, The liue.sl
stork of Dress Tr:nimii",'s of every thing new
and desirable Kiniuoideries of the finest qual
ities Fn-nee collars us low us li'.jC and upas
big I-$5,.'0 cheliii-t'- under sleeves, jacinel and
swiss inserting Ac Lisie Thiead. siik and b.-s:
quality of kid glows, lloi.-eiv of all price',
some as low as (i! p-.-r pr. Pkmov.-.i.. mi the
1st day of plil We will reiiMVe 1 1.1 our lo w
biniujut.'. one door .v.'st of our present store
room, which we Mi1 having litt. d up in the
most, modern m,1' The ncoed and thiid
llooiswe are having litud up lor our niilliiu ry
deparliuen'.and havii-g sectin d the M-rvii-e-of
an ixjierii ticeil inillner from one of the most
I'ashioiiiible millinc' v e.-lalllshiiienl: ill the city
of New Voik lo supVrinieiiil that di paiiliu lit,
when we wiil la- enabled to supply our custom
ers wilh eviry thing new and desirable in that
depaitmeiit. G. & J. SCTT.
March, 2D iP55.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. .
TllANSl'UIlTAlIO.N Ol'JKK,S. l 1. 11.11. 1
Slenbetiville, April Lith JSiVj.
1 FREIGHT TRAIN is now mining
to Newark, le.iving Sleubelivilln daily,
(Sundays excepted ) til 5 o'clol k a. in
Shipnienls to all stations, except Uiitonport,
Cadiz, Fairview nnd New Ma: kit. L'rich-ville,
Poit. Washington. N--w Coim istow n, Lafayette.
Ci-hocton, Adiiins' Mills, Dresden nnd Newark
mns! be pre paid
Shippers will plea-e coticiuueineii- sirimeni-
and receive their con-igiiinctlts previous to 0
o'clock each evt niio.'.
LAFAYET TE DEV EN NT Y ,
np 17, IH55. . Geiierul Freight Agent.
Dr. John M Cook.
OFFICE on the second floor in front of
the Union Office, 3d street Steubenville,
and opposite the Citizens' P.ank.
Oflicii hours from 8 a. in until 12 a in., nnd
from 1 p, in. mil il (I p. in. At all other hours,
unless necessarily absent, lie may he found by
ifcose iccptifing his prnft-sioinil services nt his
residenfe on 4ih street, three doors -ou'li of the
Calholic Chapel and opposile the Nmlh Public
school house. n pril 2-1 '55 lit.
City Boot & Shoe Store,
IVASUlMOION ll.M-I.Euil iiiip.rooni
formerly occupied by J. & D. Scott, Market
st., Steubenville, ohiti.
just opened the hngest, best and cheapest
Slock of Hoots. Shoes, Trunks. Carpet-lings.
etc, ever offered In this niniket. The subscriber
is determined to do business mi the Ca-h Sys
tem anil offers great inducements to Cash Buy
ers, and will make it the interest of all lo pat
ronize the City Boot and Shoe Sleie,
Mny, 1st. p. SCOTT-
H ow i3 the Time to Subscribe I
Ii Y. ICON'S MAGA'.INE, a month-
ly Peiiodicnl of Liiemlure, Art, mid Fash
ion ; iJiiul by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, ai.d dies.
J. Peterson. Peterson 'h Ldies' Nntional Mag
axiiio, contains nine bundled pages of on'ioiial
dmitile CDlumn reading matter yearly, aboni
thirty Slivl Plates, iiuj over four limidred 11
luKlin'.ions enraved on wood lis thrilling orig
inal Ktoi u K no other Period ii al publishes sncli
Thilliiiig JuIbh or such Capil! SUric of R.a
Life. Mrs. Ann S. Sn phens, the celebrated au
lliorof "f'ashioii and Famine," ig ouu of thn
ed.lois ; and she is assisted by n)l llie. best fo
ioii!e iii'iiioiH of America All 1 he stories pub
Ifslu d me original, which can not buKaid of
any cow u. uinry. Molality nnd virtim nic al
ways iiiciiLiited., 'I he new.-paper pre and
In- ladiia unite lo pronounce ii the most relia
ble ol llie Magazines. JlH superb Mrrxotinta,
hiul iithi-i b eel Lngrnvitigs, me the best pub-li-lieU
iinyhtie; uiecxicuted for it by thetirst
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wouh the Mib.-enption. Its .'olor.il Fashion
J'iuteV me the oniy reliable onea published in
America , and an- as elegant as they nre cor
iei.1. being inagnilicoiilly i ngi avid Stee! Plate .
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ton, Mew York, and Philadelphia. Uh depart
menu I'orA'uw Receipts, Ciulviiel-Woik, Ein
biouicry, titling, llurtict.l.oie, Acting Char
ades, Lniliii.g, und Female Equestrianism, art
nlttiA-. well hlii-d. proliiM-ly iilusliiiled, and
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i i.r. '1 l-.lwMS always iu udvanee. One copy
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llic Magazine for U05 will be evi.t ill llduuioD,
Aiidna.-, post paid.
LliARLLS J. Fl-.rEP.SON.
No. 10a Uti-Miiui Si , 1'liiliidclphia.
IU Tlie A oiiiuies begyi with iho numbers for
Jaoi.iuy and J nly, bill subscribeia may colli-n.ei-ii
with i.ny u.oiiih tin) pit-use. lii.ikiism-la-is
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AUTHORS, ATTENTION 1
Wo enci.uiagi) the liktary tah-nt of tho
country, nswcll as losici.re tlie best avail
ab. c mailer for iln ir colunins, the pre privtora
ol the New Vi-rk Saturday Courier huve detci
iii.i.iillo awaid a rize ol One IJuiuir. d Dol
iaislor the be t, i.i.d Filly Dol.nrs lor Ihe sec
ond best lale that is loiwardid (post-paid) o
lhcir olliee oiiorl iloie Ihe 1st ol May lust. -Said
s ones may be iii any i-Mle, may be locu
tn! in any countiy, or lelaiu In any period ;
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jeubie, J'ormeily Fdilorof the N. Y. Literar
j American. Cliaunt-ey C Burr, Editor of I ha
I N. V; Xatl.iiial J iinicial, and the Kdilor of llif
;X Y.S-iiurday Cmniir. KnoM-iig ihat. talo
j writers who con.plete for mwspaper priaies tiro
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pow er ol human eli'nii, to make it. so.
. Send iu your manusci ipt on or before the 1st
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J. It. SLACKCO
f500K,SELLEllS, tsTATlONEES tnd
8 PAPER DEALEliS. Market street, abova
Foorib, siriith sitle, Steubenville, Ohio, keep
constantly on hand and for Mile, a large aad
w.-ll si-leclid slock of Miscellaneous and School
HOOKS ; Plain and Fancy STATIONERY;
W riling and Wrapping I'APEHS, PLANK
UOOKS, (lc, etc.; ail of which ihey will Kell
mi the most favorable tetuis tit wliohsale vt
Country nicrchauls and other dealers will hv
supplied al very low wholesnle prices.
J. Ii. S it Co. me .repar(d to furnish tha
best Ami rii an Magazines, us early as they can
be n Ceived by mail. They also keep on hand
a choice supply of fun? usic. Jan. I, '55.
Sevastopol Not Tken-!
PETJsT, Market street, litis in store au
excellent as-onmpiit of CONFECTION E-
i, , ! "' ' I 'ochnsed expressly for this maiket
' '" '!' j Paisiiis by the pound or bi.x; Crnckers, choica
brand-; Ciirrauls; Candies; Dates; Prunes; Lemon-;
F gs; Citron; Gum Drops; Know Nothings;
Jenny bind Drops; Cakes of all kinds; Nuta of
all hind-: l'iuit; Fire Crackers, Torpedoes, Ac.
Pin-ties furnished wilh Pound, Fruit, Lady Cake
ai d Ice Cn i.iii. -
(treat inducements offered to Country merch
ants and older-, v Im w ish to puichase by the
quantity. Fof bargain in Confectioneries, call
M . FKIS T'8,
Jan. 1, '55. Market St., Steubenville.
Lry Goods at Hduced Prices.
ALKaANDER COSN "invites the at.
I'minn of hi- Humorous customer and the
public generally, to the fart, thai he is now di
posing of the balance of Ids large and nttrac
live stock of Winter Dry Goods at great reduc
tions from fin un r rices. The assortment com
prises in part, French Merinoes different shade
and cjnelilies, Coburg-, Piiraniellns, Thibet Me-rinof-,
lVmiaii Twills, Wool Delaines, fntireil
and plain Cn-hmeies, 1'ouibnzines, black Drea
SiUs, plain, burred and figured fancy, plaid and
lig iiiddo., Cringhiinis, Prints, vie, He, Also,
a lull and coinpleie assortment or Embroideries,
White Gond, Kihtions, Glove and Hosiery,
Trimmings. Notions, etc., SHAWLS, in great
variety and at very low prices, consist ing of
tine l!i'iehe, Thibet, Cashmere and the Pay Sta'
Long .Ih:i U. Also, our usual txcellen't stock
of Hou l:e:ping Goods, coniprising nearly eve
ry thing in ilic Dry Goods line, needed iu fane
ilies. Call and examine before purchasing el
South west comer Fourth and Markel sts.
Slclibenville, Jan, 1, s55.
A XKW COOKING hTOVE, new in
design nnd principlojor burning Coal, has
an extra large oven, n good draft, and easily
cleaned; construct ion nu ll us to meet the expec
tations ol' all, and guaranteed to give satisfac
tion to uie piirciiuser. W in you call and seaitT.
Jfos. 3 and 4 Fxlia Coal Cook Stoves.
1 " 2 Ilnrlley " ,1.,. '
" .1 " 4 Air Tight Yood do.'
" 2 " 4 Premium d. do.'
" 1-2 . Cook or Bachelor Stovt.
FgS. Parlor nnd Chnmher Stoves of beautifi
design, Fancy Grates, Fenders, etc., etc,, nil
reduced prices, ai the Ohio Foundry Wftrcrooma
Market street. SIIAEP 'ft CRAIG, '
Steubenville, Jan, 1, lt-'55.
Paddle, Harness and Trunk BTanufac.
tory, Wholesale and Retail.
ftJO. lo7, Market stit tt, opposite Wash
iiiirlon Hall.l he iiiidiwgned world res
pectfully announce in their customers and tho
public generally, I lint they have now in store a
large nnd splendid assortment of Saddlery
comprising the following articles: plain nid
fancy Saddles, llridles, Miirlinpala, HrnM,
Trunks, Collars, Whips, Lnshcs, Ac , Ac, man
nfact tired of the best material, by Ihe most ex
perienced workmen. Also, Mattresses of vari
ous kinds, niiidi! toorderon tho shortest notice.
Dealers in tlie nbpve nrticles aro respectfully
invited Id call and examine our stock hefor
purchasing, satisfied ihat wo can accommodate
on ihe most reasonable terms for cash.
WM. M'LAUQHLIN A SON.
Steubenville, Jan. 1, 1855. Cm
CHAKLKS F. TIMOIIM. SOBIMIT a. WonnauV
TIIACHEB ii WODDROP, i
"liniOLKSALK LOOT, SHOE AND
1 UUNK WAREHOUSE, No. 101 Arch
slreetbeiweeii Thirdnnd Fourlh, up stairs; four
doors below Union hotel Philadelphia,.
January , 1855. '