Newspaper Page Text
' Tai CmitNs' Bank still oontinuea t
pay intewat on deposits. D. Mooot.
Subpoenas, Summons, &c, exe
cuted in superior style for sale, at
CorwVsJob Office, Steubenville.
Proposition for Clubi.
Five penon uniting together aud send
ing eight dollars by mail or otherwise
o the : Editor or paying it to his Agent,
ball have the True American ncnt to their
reapeotive addresses for'oneenr.
Ten persons, as above, shall by pay
Ing fifteen dollars, have the True Ameri
can for one year.
' ', Fifteen' persons uniting together and
paying twenty dollars shall have the paper
sent to their respective addresses for ouo
' The following named gentlemen are re
quested to act as Local Agents for the
True 'American ; , " .
Warrentou, John M Adams.
' Mt. Pleasant, John Woods.
- ' !0i..!ft.fil.l 'Wm Mnttionja
. . Martinsville, A. Martin.
West Alexandria, Dr. Worthingtorr.
Lagrange, J. A. Mahugh,
Cross Creek, J. Mooro.
Hlooinfield, Dr. Cole.
Salem, II. Laferty.
Jeddo; J. WEagnn.
Knoxville, J. Woodruff.
, Mifchel's Salt Works, P. Cable.
Elliottsville, R. B. Stewart.
Wellsville, Stephen Fasset.
New Lisbon, J. M'Kesky.
Fairview, Guernsey Co , Wm. Gcorget
Cambridge, " " J. Sarchet.
Waynosburg, Green Co. Pa., J. Porter.
Cadiz, Harrison Co., Wm. Milligan.
, Wheeling,' Va., James Lancaster.
. Should it be inconvenient, as it evident
ly would bo in many cases for subscribers
to hand their money to either of the above
named gentlemen, they will please for
ward it to us by mail, at our risk.
Jefferson Branch Bank of the State of
Ohio at Steubenville, vs. Alexander Skelly.
Tatar ARs. This was an action brought
W the ' Bank to recover tho amount of
money taken by Mr. Skelly from the Bank
in' payment of taxes.
It was ably argued by D. L. Collier and
J. It. Meredith on behalf of the plaintiff,
and Col. G. W. M'Cook, for defendant.
Tho Court decided the law under which
these taxes were assessed to be unconsti-
..Ini.nl . onA nnrlnr it instruction, the
IUUVUI.I , nun wa.ww. " - - ' - - , -
jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff, in
the sum of $6,292,80, being the amount
vt money taken by tho Treasurer, with in
terest up to the timo of tho judg't.
KgrWe had commenced writing another
call for money when we wore pleasingly in
terrupted by the receipt of our pay from
our friend at Levit, at Cadiz, and some of
our Steubenville subscribers. This has
put us h too good a humor to publish a
dun, but; w would like to say privately,
and conjidrnt tally to our friends, that it
would make us feel very comfortable to
hare money enough to pay our hands who
are faithfully laboring frr our interest.
Ici Cream. This luxury is regularly
Vcrved up at Fiest'i in his superior 6tylc.
Cream to bo had at all hours dring the
day. ,,; Saloons in readiness for ladies
and gentlemen, pall in and partake of
the luiury, you can no where find bet
ter accommodations. Mr. V- a very ac
CnAXtiK opTiWK.--Tho"time tablo"
for the Steubenville and Iudiana Railroad
and tho Cad'n Branch of tho sama road,
bas been slightly changed. The attention
lit the public interested is directed to the
published time table rates, &e., It will
be seen that Mr. Woodward, tho new
fiuperintendant, is on duty,
Faicsa Fisjl.r-Jusc received from tho
Jakes, donp up in ice, fresh and palatublo,
n choice lot of fish. For sale at the con
fectionary of Batchelor & Bond, Market
street, at "river prices."
t&.We have just received the May No.
.of tho American Pho.nctjo Journal. This
new monthly is a valuable accession Jo the
field of Literature! , It contains a hand
some engraving and a number of well
written original aud well solected articles.
Term, $2,00 pet year, Two volumes in
a year, i ..,.. . '
g.Thc Juno number of Peterson's
Mogizine is on our tablo. It is a very neat
No. of a pretty periodical," fi'lle'd with inter
esting matter;. . Tho ooutents are, Mcta
Carr. A chase off the Guiuca Coast, by
Charles J. Peternon, Esq., Faxtenand his
Deaeons", Not a bit jealous fcc. Tho fashion
plates are of tho latest style.
jtarWe call attention to tho fact tljat
Mr- J- Allen lias just received frqia the
East a splendid Variety of merchantdizo,
in bis line., There ia'uo doubt a fine op
portunity for good bargains', on the part of
Durcbnsers.i ; fliyehim a call. Advertise-
luont next week.
9rlf yoit desiro o ht accpnrnodated
with any articles in tho Grocery lkio, at
ycasonablo prioo, you cannot do better than
to call nt George puotniins, on fy e. IIo
keeps on hapd 'ttit exocllent variety of a,U
kinds of fitnily' p'roduori, nn'd spile at fair
The several Fire Companies of this city
iU assemble at their respective Engine
U.ouses on Saturday, the 26th day of May,
at half past 12 o'clock, P. M. The grand
lino will bo formed on Market street, be
twocn Third and Fifth streets, at 1 o'clock,
P. M., via:'
1st. Phoonix Engine and IIoso.
2d. Good Will do do
3d. Reliance do . do -4th.
Hook aud Ladder Company.
. The procession will march up Market to
Seventh, down Seventh to Adams, down
Adams to Sxth, up Sixth to North, down
North to Fifth, down Fifth to South, down
South to Fourth, up Forth to Market, at
which place a recess of half au hour will
Alter recess the line will be formed in
tho samo order, and will proceed up Fourth
to Dock, down Dock to Third, down third
to South, down South to High, up High
to Washington, up Washington to Third,
dowu Third to Market Square. The Com
panies will then dismiss, and deposit their
apparatus in their respective engine houses.
II. G. GARRETT,
Medical. Dr. Durand, is in ourcity
pat the Washington Hall. Those afflicted
who desiro his services, cm see him at that
place. He has tho reputation of a. physi
cian of great skill. We quote tho follow
ing from the Zanesville Aurora :
"Dr. W. V. Durand has placed in our
hands a certificate signed by Samuel Bur
stow, a well kuown aud highly respectable
citizen of Washington towuship, in this
couuty, which spouks volumes in favor of
Dr. L. a skill in the treatment ot diseuse
In conversation withM. But stow, we tiro
informed that he has two children, one four
aud tho other uiuo years of ago, who have
been afflicted from birth .with an inability
to walk. Dr. Durand has not only cured
them, but has relieved Mr. B. of u fistula
of fourteen years standing."
In roferouce to tho genuineness of the
certificates, of cures performed by Dr. Dur
and, wo clip the following from the McCon
nollsvillo Uhio Enquirer, of April 5th :
The Dr. has exhibited to us a uuniuer
of coititieuics which lie receives, front indi
viduals who have been under his care, each
highly complimentary to his skill as a phy
sician, uud his treatment of the discuses
with which those who voluntarily gave
these testimonials were afflicted. Tliose
certificates are from persona of the highest
Standing and respectability.
The Zaucsville Aurorx of March '12th,
terms the following additional testimony :
Dr. Duvatid has laid upon our table the
certificates of beveral of his patients, prom
inent and highly respectable citizens ut' this
couuty, which bpeak volumes for tho bonc-
tit which tlioy have received trout ins treat
ment, as welt as of the success and popu
larity of his mode of practice iu their sev
To the above, we take the liberty to
add, that we have carefully examined ma
ny of tho certificates iu the possession of
Dr. Durand, aud find them to bare all the
marks of gcuuiue testimonials of his won
derful skill, aud ultuvst unprecidentcd suc-
. i ii i .. .i
cess. As lieaitu is uoove every outer
earthly blcstmg, wo should avail ourselves
of every facility by which to procure it
wheu lost, and to preserve it when found.
JCTho jiublio auction of James II.
Uliun, Esq., still coutinucs and also pri
vate sales on South tido of Market street,
between 4th and 5th, and will bo con
tinued from dtiy to day. We called at
the room of Mr. E. on yesterday, and were
bhowu a number of articles iu "the clothing
Uue, remarkably cheap. Wo presume there
is a lino opportunity for suuiu excellent bar
gains vith Mr. lilnm.
tsiyTo-uiorrow decides tho great contest
in Virginia. Thu fogy organs are sanguine
in their assertions that Wi.se will triumph.
Wo will vuuture toput him dowu atlit'tecu
thousand "over the left."
The anuiversary of tlieso little words is
fast approaching, when wo shall see them
on tho doors of hovels at three dollars a
mouth and posted on arintocrotic portals at
a thousand aycar.
"To Let." There are more things sto
let than are placarded, Hearts are to let
every day, old hearts, young heart? all
empty all to let.
There are heuda to let to any new
thing, to isms ologics aud its heads that
havo not had a touaut to bless themselves
within the last twe)vo months.
There are hands to lot. Hands fair and
plump j hands lean and brown; thoso to
love; thoso to labor ; thoso for rags; those
There are eoncioncos to let clastic, ac
commodating caoutchouc at fivo percent
a mouth : sixtv per cent a year. To let
on boud aud mortgage aud a pund of flpjsh
To let for anything that will sell.
And so it goes, from sods to souls, every
thing to let; everything with its prip'o
everything in the market but griefs. They
aro never quoted at a premium, never to
lot.- Chicago Jour.
Ha-A paragraph, juts been going the
rounds, stating that nearly 5000 cows havo
died in Trumbull county by starvation.
The Warreu Chronicle Bays that the fig
iirei are too high, by a$ least 4,800.
' Tho General Sypod of tho . Associate
Reformed Church is now itfi session io
At his residedeo, in wood county, Ohio,
on the morning of tho 12th inst., Mr. JOHN
MYERS in the sixty-eighth year of his
Mr. Myers wjs among the earliest resi
dents of Jefferson county, Ohio Uo was
born in Knox township and resided there
until about three years ago, when ho moved
to Steubenville. After remaiuing in that
place one year, ho removed to his present
location. Mr. Myers, has long been known
in tho neighborhood where he resided as
au honest man, a useful citizen and a con
sisted christian. Ho held tho oflica of
Justice, in Knox township, for seven years
iu succession. In the war of 1812, he was
among the first, in the neighborhood where
he resided, to take up arms in defense of
his country. Ho served as ensign in the
company commauded by Captaiu Alexan
der, and was present at the siego of Fort
Meigs, on tha Maunicc river. During his
last illness, he appeared sensible of his ap
proaching dissolution, and awaited its coin
ing with a calm resignation of au old aud
true soldier. His decease will bo univer
sally regretted by his many friends. C.
Twelve of tho Martha Washington cou
spirators wcro indited in the New York
courts for swindling the Insurance compan
ies. The following is tho list of defendants,
tho most of whom are now in custody:
Lyman Colo, John M. Cummings, George
P. Stevens, Lorenzo Chapin, Amasa Chap
in, Eufus Chapin, Benj. A.Earle, Jame
G. Nicholson, Bcnj. W. Kimball, Wm.
II. Holland, Wm, Kissanc', and Adams
Chapin. Their trial will probably taks
place during the present month.
Cemetmuit Oti'icE, May 11, 1855.
The undersigned, most respectfully, but
urgently calls upon subscribers to pay up
their several subscriptions for stock it. the
"Cuiou Cemetry." Every exertion is be
ing made to prepare the grounds for imme
diate use, and consequently a considerable
number of laborers are employed, who must
be paid weekly. Lumber sufficient to en
close the grounds has been purchased, and
the fonec is being built. Honco the ne
cessity for money.
Those who havo not takeu stock arc in
formed that additional subscriptions will be
thankfully received. The books tire in
tho hands of John S. Patterson, Esq.,
Treasurer of tho Association, at whoso
office payments can be made, and subscrip
tions received. J. COLLIER.
Prc'st U. Cemctry.
Job Printing executed at Conn's
Job Office at Eastern prices.
True American Office,
May 15, 1855
Flour By wagon load M.25
pur cwi ' .5,25
Corn MpuI $100
Grain Wheat red 1,65 white, 1,70
While Beans V bush. 3,110
Potatoes Nehannocks... i bush. 1,25
Rods V bush. 1,00
rtutter Fresl 20
& doz. 10
Setids Clover... .
EMPORIUM OF FASHjION.
TlIATCHEIt & KERL1N,
IFAVE now received, direct from Phil-"-adelphia,
thair Spring and Summpr stock of
Ounds, consisting in part of cloths, all shades,
price and quality, Drab Dj hoe and Italian
clo lis for summer wear, cassimors, plain, black
an fancy, a full complete, and beuuiiful ass
ortment of linen Pautallootiery. Vestings, Sat
tnt plain, fancy and figured Silks, au extensive
assortment of plain white figured and fancy
Marseilles. Hosiery, Silk, Lisle thread and cot
ton,, plain fancy and figured cotton. Gloves,
Plain nnd colored kid, Silk Lisle thread and
Under Shirts and drawers, Silk, Lisle thread
Gauze Flannell, Linen, and cotton, cravats,
Batin, plain and figured silk, scarfs, De join
ville Scarfs, plain nnd figured silk, plain and
figured linen hdkfs, shirts, stand ng and
Byron collars, suspenders, etc., a full and gen
eral assortment of Gents furnishing Goods, to
which wo would most respectfully invite the at
tenli hi of purchasers railing this way, toex.tm
ine our large and well selected stock, nnd judge
for themselves, all of which for the "ono need
ful," the grand cash, wo liopo to be able to sell
cheaper than ever before offered in this market.
TfTATfllTI'Ml X- TfHHUV
mayl 5 y
Auction t Auction ! !
PPHE undersigned will offer at auction iu
Ualsted s Building, two doors above the
JefTerso i Branch Bank, Market street, on
TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1855,
A large, full and general stock of Dry goods,
clothing, boots aud Shoes, hats uud caps, tc.
sale to commence on Tuesday morning at IU
o'clock, aud continue from day to day until ull
At Private Bale One mule, on two horse
wagon; alsoa buggy, suitable tor either oneor
two horses. JAMES H. BLINX.
William Hales, Pllf. 1 Al my iustauce nn at-
vs. laciiint'iii, was issuea on
SolomnnMillimnsdcft) the 6th day of april A.
D. 1855, by Thomas Burnes, a justice of the
peace of Salcip Township, Jefferson county,
ohio, against the property, rights, credits, mon
eys and elicits of the defendant an absconding
debtor of laid county, in ths sum of $10 and
aists of suit, and that unless you appear before
Raid justice un the 1st day of June, 1855, at 10
o'clock A. M. nn said day, to which time said
cause was continued, and answer said claim on
thisaction, a judgement will bu tendered against
you by default. WILLIAM HALES.
. may 15 3t.
; Attachment Notice.
AT my instanco a writ of attachment was
-on the lllh day of May 1855 issued by
Wm. Mathews, mayor of the towu of Smithfield
jeffersnn co., ohio, against the property and ef
fect ot jacoDung, a non-resident ot said Co.,
for eleven dollars and forty cents and costs of
suit, WAitiuii. rtuuu, secy or Hope Un
gine Fire company,
nay J5, 3t. pd. ...
rpHE undersipned wonld respectfuliy in'.
foni) the public that he ia prepared to put
up ii(ri)tuiHg nous, luruisnna wiui rraiiKllu
1'ips, manufaclured at the city rif Philadelphia
OrdtM S from a distance Will be prompt ly' attend
ed to. All Work waiTanted, R. 3. SMITH.
Mt. Pleasant Jefferson en., ohio
nay 15-6 mo. pd.
Steubenville and Indiana Railroad,..
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON ANL) AFTEK TUESDAY. MAY
22.1,1855, tl.e MAIL TRAIN will leave
Steuben'"'4 daily (Sunday xn pted) at 8 o'
clock, a. in i and arriveat Newark al 3.10 o'clock
P, m connecting with, trains for
Cinciuuuti, Laselle, .
Mouut Vernon, Rock Island,
Toledo, Saint Louis.
Leave Newark at 12 o'clock M., and ar
rives at Steubenville ut X.25 v. m., (1ih
scngers by this train kavo Ciniiunati ut
G o'clock a. m.)
FAKE. From Stoubcuville,
by Rail Roud,
" Monut Vernon
" Rock lolaud
" Saint Louis
) For through tickets mid further informa
tion apply to F. A. Wem.s, Agcut, Steu
The Cadiz Accommodation Train, .
Leave - Steubenvillo' daily Sundays ex
cepted) at 4.20 P. M arrives ut Cadiz at
(5.-1$ r. m. '
f. . RETURNING, V
Leaves Cadiz. 8.37 A. Ak arrives at
6ubeuvillo ut 11.51). A. M. )
James Collins Si Co.. Freight and Pttss-
engervAgents, No. 114 uud 1 to Water st.,
I liisburgh. . . x '
J. N. Kinney, Freight Agent, Broadway
P. V. Strader, Passenger Agent, Broad
Richard Hooker, Passenger Agent, New
ark. F. A. Wells, do. Steubenville.
Geu'l Fr't and Ticket Agt.
E. W WoobWAKD, Superintcudaut.
May 2a, 1855.
BUY your goods from II. G. GARRETT,
dealer In Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, No.
100, ad Street, Steubenville, Ohio, where you
will rind the largest, best, uud cheapest stock
of Plain, Black, Barred, Striped. Watered and
Colored Silks, from 50 cts to one dollar r nd fifty
per yard. Layu, a fine assortment, all coitus
and qualities, from 64 to 25 its per yanl. Ba
ragi!, Berej;e de Lain, Plain, Barieu and Sttiped
fivm 10 to 25 cts per yard. Prints, pjod Mad
der Colors, Warranted not to fade, from i f: 12
els perlvard. Challis. Tissue, all wolle 1J0
Luius and Persian Cloths, cheaper thano n.
LONNL'IS AN1 VARlL'liES!
Two Hundred and Fifty Bonnets, embracing
all the newest styles of the Sunsoi , from 25 cts
to four dollars emit. Cloths, Cns.iiineres, Cra
vats, Irish Linen, Sheeting, Diauor, Pillow
Muslin, Check, Ticking, Tweeds, Jeans, Flan
nel all colors, Umbrellas, Parasols, etc., etc.
Also, IJnisery, Gloves, Mils, Collars. Spencers,
Under.Sleeves, Linen Cambric, lldkfs., "unnet,
cap and Velvet Ribbons, Flouncing. Thteud and
Cotton Lure and Edging, and in u word all the
Goods usually kept iu a Fancy and Staple Dry
Goods House, can be found here iu Greater Va
riety aud ut Less Price Mian ever beifore offer
ed. H. U. GARRETT, 3d street.
May 8, 1S55.
AT my iustutico au order of attachinent
was issued on the 23d day nf April, ItiS,
by John Barrett a Justice of the Peace in Wells
'lowuship, Jefl'ersou County, Ohio, against the
goods, chatties, rights, moneys and elfects of
Joseph Lazear, a lion residjnt debtor. Amount
6 dollars and 25 cts. WILLIAM JEFFliRS.
May 8 3t , pd.
AT my instance nn attachment was this
day issued by John White, a justice of th
Peace of Siiiitliticld Township, Jefferson coun
ty, Ohio, against the property and effects of
John Ong, an ab-eut debtor ol said countv.
i .j i ii ... - ii. J
Aiiiuuiitio uouars a ii ii io cts.
April 30th. FIN LEV MGREW.
May 8 3t pd.
QN Wednesday the 30h day of May 1855
at 3 o'clock, . in., at th'n front door of the
Court House, in the city of Steubenville, will
be sold to the highest bidder, the following
premises, as the property (if Duvid Foster, dee'd.
to wit : Being part of lot No. 220, in tho city of
Steubenville, in Jefferson county, Ohio, begiu
ing at the north-east corner of said lot, and run
ning thence southerly along tha west line of
Fourth street twenty feet, and extending buck
wsctcrly twenty feet In width, to the wsl boun
dary line, as conveyed by Joseph G. Davidson
to Justin G. Morris, subject, to ih annual pay
ment to the widow of said David Foster, as and
for her dower therein, the sum of $25. Apprais
ed at 733 dollars.
Tmsn of S,iLa.--One third cash and Hie resi
due in deferred payments of one aud two years,
to be secured by mortgage on the premises.
Adin'raf David Foster, dee'd.
May 1, 1355, 4 t.
TVOTICE is hereby given that the under-
' signed lias been appointed administrator of
me estate ot Henry Uossnell, late or the Coun
ty of Jefferson, ohio, deceased. All perA'ns
inavuiea to saiu estate win please make imme
diate payment, and those havingcluiins against
said estate will present them in legal form.
J. C. M'CLEART, adm'r.
Warrentou, May 1.'
TVOtlCE is hereby piven that the under
signed has been appointed administrator of
the est ate of Thomas Marshall, late of the Coun
ty of Jefferson, ohio, decceased.' All persons
having claims against said estate will please
present them in legal form, and those indebted
thereto will please make immediate payment.
William Mausuall, Adm'r.
Warrenton, May 1.
AT my instance a Writ of Attachment
-wa this day issued by Joseph C. M'Cleary,
a Justice of the Peace, within nnd for Warren
ton Township, Jefferson Co., ohio, against the
goods, chatties, crnlits, moneys and effects of
Henry Manspeaker, an absent debtor; ainoiiut
due 84,00 dollars.
All persons interested will please takvdite
notice and govern themselves accordingly.
Warrentou, april 7. May 1 4t
B.F. Payne, pltff. ) D. B. Hiilion, the dofen
vs. daut is hereby notihed
D. B. Haltoc, deft that at the instance of the
plaintiff a writ of attachment was issned by
John Bray a Justice of Pence in and for Steu
benville Township, Jefferson County ohio, on
the 23d day of April, A D. 1855, against the
property, rights, credits, runner and effects of
the defendant a non-resident debtor,
nay Ist-r-U B.P.PAYNE.
NOTICE is hereby piven that letters
testamentary upon the last willnd testa
ment of Jacob . Creamer lato of the County ol
Jefferou, Ohio, deceasedhave been issued, to
thu undersigned. All persona indebted to the
estote of the said Jucob Cruatnor, duceased, will
pieasu luaae paymoni, ana tnoso Having claims
ngainal luin, will present them in legal fornf.
JOSEPH M'CLEAKY, lix.-cutor.
Warrenton, My 1.
Administrator' i Ssla of. Real. Estate.
QV Saturday the 2nd day .of June
v 1B55, at 9 o'clock in the afternoon, on the
J remises, in and near. Ihn village of Yoik in
efferson County, Qbio, wdl be sold to lliu high
est DiUilcr the loIlowiRg real stato, ax the piop
ny of Godfrey filler, deceased, situate in
saiu Douiity, lire mm dowtr.lo wit: lieii'K
part of K'ctiun 34of township 8, of range 3,
beginning for i-aid tract nl the north-wl corner
of said section, running thence north fc9 decrees,
west with the north houndaiy thereof. I75?.j
pules to post, in the middle of said nor U
boundary thence Rotith 30 minutes east 7Q,pnles,
opxaite the middle of the main stra t i. I' the
liiwn of York, thence Hituth C8 degrees past.
e5 aid 310 poles to post oh the west bank of
the run, thenee muth 1 degree east 34 and 4-11)
poles to a stone near the ptiint, thence souili
1 2g degrees cast 102 poles to a pointTin ihnJ
east boundary of said section, thence north I
degree 'went with said east boumlary, 176 poles'
to tna nrsi sintton, excepting antl reserring out
of said mete anil bounds ho much of the same
as is included within tho limits and boundaries
of the town of York, antl as lies west ol the
said town and bounded by Main (street, run
laining, exclusive of said reservation 15? acres
more or less, appraised at $5110.
Also another tract of laud adjoining the above
described tract, anil described as follows : Be
ing pnrl of section 35, of township 8, and range
'f, beginning for the same tit the south east cor
ner of said section 35, thence north i.ne decree
west, with the eastern boundary of said section,
21 perches to a stone, thence koiith c9 degrees
west 175 and 5-10 perches to a stone, thence
south 1 degree east with the western hound. irv
of the south east quarter of said section, 21
poies io t.ie soutn-west corner, nl said quarter
section inenc.otnuuit o uegreeseast, witli the
south botindarvol said sectiou. "l75 Dolus and
5 10 to the first siatioti, contain ing 23 acies more
or less appraised at $91(1.
Also lots numbered 45. 40, 4743, 4D 50. 51,
52, 53, 57. 58, 59, and 60. in mid" town of York
each appraised. al 20 dollars.
Terms of side : Ono third in cash, and the
residue in deferred payments of one and two
years with interest from the day of sale, secured
by mortgage on the premises.
Administrator of Godfrey Miller, ded'd.
May 1st. 4t.
IN THE PllOliATE.COUliT.
Josiiui IIendon's Adnt'r. ")
vs sPelition to
Klizabetii IIendon, ct el. J sell land.
1 ames Hendou of Kentucky Bcniamin Heudon
of the Stale of Maryland, and Uozekiah Hen
don, of the State of Virginia, will take notice
that Isaac Harris, administrator of the estate nf
Joshua Ueudon, lute of Ji lferon county Ohio,
deceased on the 16th day of pril 1855, filed
iu the Probate Court for Jefferson county Ohio,
his amended petition against them aud others,
the object and prayer of which is to obtain an
order from said court, for the assignment of the
dower gf Elizabeth lie ndon, the widow of said
Joshua nendon deceased, in and for the sale uf
the following real estate, situate in said county
of Jefferson, of which said decedent died seized,
and described as follow.s, to wit : the south west
quarter ot sec it ion thirty-four, in lowuship sev
en and range three ; aud also of Uiefollowing
situate in Gurnsey County Ohio to wit: Tha
East half of the north east quarter of section
No. 13, Towiship no. 4 and range 3 and the
not th west quarter of the north east"q'nartef of
.....it I'l 'P...... .1 .!.. ... A I TZ
nctuiHi ii.,. a vn iisuip iio. anu xiange oi
aud of '.lie equitable interest of the decedent in
the following discrilied tract of, land fiituate in
Jefferson county, Ohio, to wit: Being part of
inosniii.ii west.quarter ot section no. Ii8 Town
ship 7 and range 3, beginning for the game at
he south west corner of said section at a pest
Ihcnoe east 82 4 10 perches to a post; theucs
north 1 east 18 5 10 perches to a post; thenco
orth 2o east, 22 perches to a white oak;
ttience norm - east, 23 perches to a stone ;
thence north S3 I 2 east, 21) 4-10 perches to a
rock in the run: thence north 5'i" 0 east. 36
7-10 perches to a hickory ; thence west 94 perch
es to a stone, thence south 120 perches to the
place of beginning, containing CGJ acres, or so
much of said several tracts as may be necessa
ry to pay the debts of said decedent. And that
on the 16 day of May 1855, application will he
made to said Court lor such order by said Ad
ministrator. Isaac IIakius,
Adm'r. of Joshua Hendon dec'u.
By Moodk t Elliot,
april 17th 1S55, 4-t his Attorneys.
jyOTICE ia hereby riven that the un-
dersignrd Iin- been nppointed Ad;ninistralor
of the estate of Henry Brmdley, late of the Co.
of Jeff , O., deceased. All pi'rsoi',s Uaving claims
against said estate arc requested to present them
in legal form , and those indebted will please
make immediate payment.
J. C. M'CLEART, Adm'r.
Warrentou, May 1 .
John II. Miller ct al. ") Esther Hunter the
vs. UcJendcnt is here-
Estlicr Hunter deft. ) by notified that tit
the instance of the Plaintiffs a writ of attach
ment was issued by Thomas Smiih a justice of
the peace in and for Ross township Jefferson
county Ohio, on the 13th day of Apiil A. D.
1855, against the property, rights, credits, mon
eys unucttecU ot the defendent a lion resident
debtor. John II. MtLLEtt John Shank.
tipril20th 1855 3 t.
THOMPSON HAOT7A & SONS,
Paper Manufacturers, Steubenville, Ohio,
January 1, ls55.
4 T Fisher & Mc Fecly'?, market rdrcet
Sleul)cnville, if not the largest, the BEST
assortment of New Boots and Slioes yet offered
in the city. Theassortmeutis complete; all ar
ticles of men 'a we.ir, from the slipper to the
California boot ladies, a choice stock of the
substantial, the fine and the fashionable, all
warranted work, and at Lower Prices Thau
Ever I For a neat or tasty a substantial boot,
shoe or slipper nt prices o suit the time?,, if
not at a cheaper figure the place to buy, and
t lie only one where you can get more, than tha
worth of your money, where the new and fresh
stock are just opened
On Market, below Third srreet.
P. S. Please call in a pleasure to exhibit,
and no charge made for showing goods,
april 17th 1655.
The Green Mountain Rotary.
A COOKING STOVE designed for far
mers and hotel keepers, burning wood and
coal, and guarantied to give satisfaction to pur
chasers. Also y.tSK Aik TipHTS large ovkn and
the Slnrof the West, The stoves are far ahead
of anv vet introduced for'bnking nnd roasting.
in respect to saving luel nnd tor diirannny are
unequalled. Manufactured hy A,, Bradley,
Pittsburgh. The subscriber keens constantly
on baud a large assortment of all kinds ot tin
Sheot-lron and Brass Ware. Persons in want
of anything in his line will pave money by giv.
ing him a call. Spouting rooting and nil Kinds
ot job work done to order and at the lowest pri
ces. The lughost prices paid lor old copper itt
pewter. Store South 4th street nearly opposite
the Morton House. J. II. LINDbAX.
april 24th 1855.
Corner of Third and Adams Stri(S)
I0SEF1I ELACK15U11N ha4 taken this
"house formerly known, as the "Hound Comer,"
nnd has refitted imp hi conifortabte style, and
fow asks a shnro of patrohage. Bills low, and
are and ccoimnodaiiimt equal to vVse who
make more pretences. uiny '55
I T my instante u writ of uttachmcnt was
v issued on the 9nd day nf April t55 by
Job il H. Forister a justice ol the peace in Wavne
township Jefferson county Ohio, against the
properly and effect of Abraham Scott ai absent
debtor. Ain'iiiilUO, DIVINE H. CdLE.
april 7th'55-pd , . , , ,
AT my instanco an attachinent was' thi?
day issued by George K, Shnnc, a j jslice
of the rieaco of Ross lowuship, Jefferson county,
asninst the mopertv and effectauf ailomoii
j M illirer, nn abounding debtor nf said county.
' Dated this 5th day of April .1855.
9l ' J. Wi GRAfToN.
;.; r, lATEST, AIBIVAI; . ; '
- . STlillL.LN.tV & DGNLA? ,
J J AVE received ,4 h'ir new Spring and
" Summer Gofls, to kich they invite the nt
teiiii.iii of the city and country trntle. Being
determined to sell our guml-i Uv fw 9W n
any other house in the tr de
.-' SrEHLlXG DF.N'LAP.
Steubenville, May 1st 'ii.
DO.VNKTS: BONNETS ! 1 A beautiful
"assortmeiir received this diiy by
mayl 8TtULl.G 4 DCXLAP.
nilESS GOODS All the new and ta'ricd
-'styles for sale cheap for f a-.'
way 1 ST El! LI HU ft DUSUPv
DOOTS ANJ SIIOES-A large assort-
"ment of all kinds for Ladies, Misses, Child
ren , Men and Boys for sole us low as any other
house in the city.
nisy 1, ' STERLING 4 DUXLaP.
MATS AND CAPS A good uwtnici.t
Hjiu-t received at
may " STERLING &DUNLAP.
in BARRELS UTICA LIME in store
'and for sale at -
DE ACHES CO bushels dry lVackcs jut-t
may " STERLING and DCNI AI'
PO. ORED CARPKT- CHAIN 500
pounds jnat received nnd for sale iy
may STEHLIJfU and DL'NLAP.
Onn DOZEN JiilOOMS in btmc aud for
may " STERLING nud tUSTLAP.
rEA 5 chi'Stssupcriinc Grcctt and Ulack
' Tea just ivceivedby
may STERLING uiul PUN LAP.
JUST PUBLISH KD.
fpTHS American Monthly Magazine
March, Devoted to Literature. Binirrnnltv.
Sketches, Stories, Travels, Adventures, Arts,
sciences, Oenenil Intelligence. Ac. Together
will, a variety of editorials; correspondence, mis
cellany, the whole making, wheu bound in a
volume, as large a collection of gond reading
mutter as run be found in any Magazine iu the
country. The present number contains a life
like portrait of General Sum Houston, together
wiih a Biographica sketch. Tkbns $3 per year
in advance. Single copies 35 centa. A liber
al discount inside to agents,
AGENTS. Good, smart, industrious agents
wauled in every town and city in the United
StBips Office of the Miignzine,'5 aud 6 Scolluy's
Building, Treinoiit Iti.w.
JAMES S. TUTTLE fc to.
Send in vour orders lis soon n possible.
" GENERAL AGENTS.
Boston--J . Fi del hen fc uo., Petridge t Co.,
ami v in. v . tipcncer.
Pew York Ross fc Jones.
Bhiladelphia J. . Roberts & to.
nlliinori Wm. S- Ciow!y, t co.
G. GARRETT, has just received
and now oneniiiT a Ian and fusli.
tollable Mock of Sririni? Goods, having been
purchased in the Eastern Cities within the last
O days at reduced prices, 1 am prepared to off-
er customers greater bargsins Hum ever. Tho
block consists in part of Plain Black and Fan-
v uoiorcn suns ana Satins, troin SU cts. to
$1,5(1 per yard, Strmed and Buried Silks.
Clmllis LiiwiisBarcge, and oilier Dress Goods,
cneaper man ever lielore oflered in this market.
ap. 5, '55. II. G. Oakmt, No. 101). 3d st.
C tlKETESGand Pillow Cut Muslins
all wi !ths, qualities nnd prices. Sheeting
Muslin line quality, from 8 cts. to 12V cts. per.
yd.. Blenched Muslin, good article from (J'.; cts.
to 10 cts. per. yd. Irish Linen, pure linen,
irom oi cts. to u cts. per. yd.
ap. 5th. '55. H. G. GAaaKrr, 3d. at.
J ONSETS, newest style, Bonnet Satin,
"-Silk and Ribbon, in great variety, Collars,
Spencprs, Undersleeves, hiiosiery , Gloves, Mitts,
Lace, Edging, silk and linen ban. c. cull at
II. G. Qaiuiktt'b. 3d. street.
Dry Goods at Reduced Prices.
ALEXANDER CONN invites the at-
"t1tenhm of hi numerous customers and the
public generally, to the fact, thul he is now di
posing of (lie balance of his large and attrac
tive slock of Winter Dry Goodi at great reduc
tions from former rices. The assortment com
prises in part, French Merinoes different shades
and quelities, Cohurgs, Paranidtas, Thibet Sit
riiiow, Persian Twills, Wool Delaines, figured
and plain Ca-hineres, Bombazines, black Dress
Silks, plain, barred and figured fancy, plaid and
figured do., Ginghams, Prints, etc., etc. Also,
a lull and cumplele assortment of Embroideries,
While Goods, llihbous. Cloves and Hosiery,
Trimmings, Notions, etc., SHAWLS, in great
variety and ut very low prices, consist ing of
tine Broche, Thibet, Cashmere and the Bay Sta'a
Long Jhawls. ANo, our usual excellent stock
of liouiskespiug Goods, comprising nearly eve
ry thing in the Dry Goods line, needed in fam
ilies. Call Htid examine before purchasing else
where. South we.t corner Fontlli nnd Market ts.
Sleuhen ville, Jan. 1, 1855.
NOTICE TO SHItPERS.
Transportation Offick,S. & I. R.ll. "1
Stoubeuville, April lUth 1855. f
FREIGHT TRAIN is now running
A to Newark, leaving Sleuh-.uvillu dailv,
(Sundays excepted.) at 5 o'ciobk n, rn. " '
Shipments to all slnliqi-.s. except Unionport,
Cadiz, Fairview and Ntw Market, Unrhsville,
nut ii usiiiiiKiuu, iT'iw.unierstown, i.amyeite,
Ceshocton, Adarc,4' Mills, Dresden and Newark
must bepre r.'rtid,
Shipper, will plcnso'cnnclmletheir shipments
and receive their consie:iiiueuts uruviotis to 6
o'clock each evening.
ap 17,1855. General Freight Agent.
J. R. SLACK & CO.,
BOOKSKUHHS, STATIONERS and
WiMMI nPlI VTIS M...b..l ..I.,.
Fourth south side, Sieuhenvillo, Ohio, keep
constantly on hand and for sale, a large and
1 114 Ul fintiiUlV liiniv 171 H i i . uiajic
well selected stock or Miscellaneous mill school
BOOKS; Plain and Fancy STATIONERY ;
Writing and Wn.pning PAPENS, BLANK
BOOKS, etc., tc; nil of which they will sell
on tne uiasi lavoraniu terms til wholesale or
Country mordmnls and other dealeis will be
supplied at very low wholesale irices.
J. K. 8. Uo. are prepared to lurnisli tUfc
best American Magazines, as early as they chh
be receivvd by mail. They also keep oil hand
a choice supply .of Shkkt ijsic. Jul 1, '55.
Sevastopol Not Taken !
lEIST, Jlaikct street,' hns in. ftnrc an
fxcellent assortment of CONFECTIONE
RIES, Ac, purchased -xprcs.ly for this nuuket
ltuisins by the pound or b,ov; Crackers, choice
brnnds; Currants: Cnmliae. IWuti. tn,ni. T
- - , . MM.
ons; Figs; Citron; O.jtn Drops; Know Nothings;
Jenny Lind Dnn.s; Cake of ull kinds; Nutsot
11 l,:.wl. u: .. .. n- i b.-
B Rli'u-, h I il sis, 4 I WV 'l Hi. s , I ill peuoes, CC.O.
Parties furnislied with Puv.nd, Fruit, Lady Cake
and Ice Ori-nm.
Oriat induccmonls offved to Country mercli-
anU and others, who wisk to purchase by the
'jiiautily. bi bnrgaitis in Confeciionei'ics.cyll
al . FFJS T S. :
Jati. V '55. Market St., Steubenville.
Dr. John M.Cook,
OEFICK on tho second floor in, front of
tha TTnii.li nfltr... 4,1 alrunt Rl v i lln
and opposite the Citizens' Bank.
Office ho.tirs from 8 a. in. until 12 a m., and
from 1 p. in. until b p. in. At all other hours,
unless iiecessRsiW absent, he may befouud by
those requmwr. Ins prolhssional services at. ins
resilience on 4i!i street, three doors souih ofthe
Catholic Chapel and opposite the North Public
school house. april x oo Ji.
NEW SEEING G0"0l)$ .
; BOIIG IIERTY & LIIOTIIER'S.
A Wire, and splendid stock of Goods iu the In
dies' Depart nent ; also, a very heavj stock eC
Guoda fur Ineii and loyen,r, in our Clot linn d
Clothing room, which will be sold allow prices
u su a ine i lines. .. ,
N. B. 6000 yds. Cnrnetinir of every gr1e
and pattern, which we can dispose of at priccH
Store Rooms Corner 3d. and Market street
opposite Public Building.
p.il, 5-3 mo. DorOIIERTY AUK).
II i ,ml . .-.I . v-
i ' 'ITd-sf is the Time? tatbs:riio !
pEi'EKISO-N'S M AU AZi h, im.uth-
ly IViiodicsl uf LiteiHturp, Art, si-d Fa-li-Ion
i edited by Mrs. Ann S. Su-plivn-, ui.il Cims,
J. Pelerwia.' Pcii-rs.ru s Loln-s' Nationsl Slag.
aziue, ruuiaias tiu hundred pages uf jirigioniti
double coliijini teudiiilr iniitlir yenrlv, sl.ou;
Ihirly Slu-l.l'liitrs, uj uverfuor UoiMlr.d JI
luslialiuus vuraved on wood. Its ihrilhiiy orig
inal stories nu other 1'ei iodit al publishes sm Ii
Tlirrlling Tales or saeh (Jj.pii-l Nuiiew of Hi ul
Life. Airs. Ann SI. Steldn ns, ibc-releliiuiednw
thor of ''Fashion and Famine," i nun of tint
fdilors; sod she ni assihlcd by l lliu bt-l fe-
miile authors of Amei ica. All the loric pub
lishud are uriginkl, lah .ran not l-uid of
any Colinpoiuiy. , Monthly and viitu mv -l
ways liivnrvHlcd. I ln newspaper pre and -tha
ladies unite ii proutMinco Ii tho o4 relia
ble of the Msgasinw, . It. Xlipeib Jl. IB'liiils.
nnd other Slvc f lny;iaviii(s, are the lm-1 jiiib
linlied Hii'y hie ; uK-cxi Csled for n by (lie tirst
urlisls ; in, d. at thu n,d ol. the vej.r. u- nlim.i
worth the subscription. Its . IJolon ,1 Fashion
Plates art the only rrl(;d,lj uiie pnliiishi d in
America , and are as eli-yiinl as liny-, are cor.
reel, briiij; n a?'niri('eiillv rnrnvtd Siii-! Plates.'
The Paris. London, finUiUlpbia, mUiI New
York Fashioos are ileunbrd. Hi t-ijl)u each
mom h. ' It is I he lext-lsiok of Faitluon iu Iio
tou, fw York. mid Pliiladelpliiaj lil. nrl.
menu for Hew Uuceipl. Colchel- ui k, Em
broidery, NtUinir. Ilortiei.ltore, Aciinr thai .
adus. Knitting, und FeiiiKloEqui stiiiniisiii.sio
always well tilled. profiiM.-ly ulustnui-d, nnd
rich w ith the latest novelties. K Is the Wm
Ladies' Maaziuu in the World, 'trr 'it fur una '
year. 1 hKJlb always in aUvatiee. Ooecupy
lor ono year, Two Hollars ; Thre copies' lr
ono year. Five Dollars ( Tne copies rur uue
year Seven Dollars and Fifty Cent.; Eiht ci
les for one year, Ten Dollars ; Sixtetn copies
fur one year, Tweuly Uullar. Pruiiiiiiun lor
jt-llm up Clubs ; To every person KCitiuj; up
a Cluh, uur "Gilt Buok of Art for lt5a," t-oii-taiiiiiii5U
Steel ii(,'raviiijp, will be given gra
tis. For a club ol Sixteen, an exUa copy of
the Jlsgazjiid for 1p5o will be sett in adui'ioo,
Address, posi-paid, ,, i 1 ' ' ' ' :
' CHAKLES J.pErEUSON.
No. ipii Cliesinut St , Philadelphia.
0The Volumes be' -in with the l,uinljors for
January and July, but subscribers may com
........ .....i.'ii -..I. .. : ,..r i:....
iiK-ui.r vim siij iiiiiitiii iiiuy uiene. uunnillir
bera lurliished if desired. . . I '.' ;.. . . , ,
A TIT HOE S, ATT EN t" 0 N !
MAGMFICEKT 1'KiZKrf I ...
IV encourage the . library iajuiit of tho
country, us well as toVecure the best avail
able matter for their columns, the proprietors
ol the iev York Saturday Courier, huvi- deter
mined to award a prizo ol One Liuudnd Dol
lars lor the best, mid Fitly Dollar lor the sw
orn! bust tale that is forwarded (post-paid) 'm
their oflice on or befoie the 1st of lu mxi.
Suit! sunies tuny bv in any style, tnav lw loea
led in any country, or relate U any period
they most make, not less than tlv i oIuiiiiis of
the CoiuiRii. Each must bu tircnu i toiled by
the name of its author in a sealed i i.vclope,
All talci handed in are lo become the property
ofthe paper, nnd willie used in its columns if
dcctiiv!vurthy of publication. The award will
be made without reserva'l'o';i', by a eoinmittw
of gentlemen, whose high literaiy standtuu: will
be a guarantee of the sincerity, and tan no uf
this proposal. Their names ureG. Payn Cjuuck
vnbos, i'orioerly Editor of the-N. Y. Literary
American. Chauncey C. Burr, Ediiur of thu
N. Y. fiutlutial Dunocrat, and the Editor of tho
N. Y.Saturday Courier. - Knowing that tale
writers who complete for newspaper prizes are
often disappointed by ilic tliici.nery or dishon
esty of the parlius concerned, the. undersiguevl
Would add their personal assurance that llm
strictest impartiality will beobscrvid; Ihceii,
velopes coiiininiiig the authors' nanu s will tun
be opened till uflur ihu judges luive dicideil;
and the award wili be a lair one if it it in thu
power of human ell'ort lo make il so. '
Send iu your iiiauuscripi on or before the lt
IkTLountry Editors may secure a regular ex
change by inserting the tiboe, togetlur wi'.U
this clause .rj
F. i. VlSSC'HEIl t Co., Proprietors,
340 Broadway, New York.
TN every section cf the United Si: to
to null the most elegant and useful' Yolunio
of the year Sears' '.ork on liussia
Just published, an illustrated' description of
tho liussiuu Empire. Being a Physical nnd
Political history of lis Governtneiiin and piu
unces, productions, resources, imperial cov
ernmclit, commerce, lileialtire, tdtiratioiial
ineuns, religion, H'ople, maniiers, cusloms, an.,
liqnities, e;e., etc, linni Hie lal est ami most m-tbi-nttc
souires. Liiibeilislud with about ti'M
engravings aud maps ol 'European and A!,ii'"
Hussia. The bnl complete m ouo large or
tuvo volume of about 7UII pages, eh gaudy and
substantially bound. Ketail price, 5-3.
This work hus been several years iu pn-para'
tioii, and will, it is believed, meet in lliv fi,lt. l,
acceptation ofthe word, the waul m univer
sally felt for reliable inlormatioti on the Iiisiory
aud jnternal resources of a country occupying
so large a portiou of the Eastern "lleu'iispheie,
aud huldtiig cq formidablu a pusion at tl,
present timo to the rest of Europe n.J Asia ;
but of V hicli far less is known ihim , 'anv
other European nation. ; ; r
Also, a deeply interesting voir me, iu:illiit
'Tho remarkable adventures of rtl.'l'ia'ud yvi.
amis, embracing the romimtic inndiiiis nd
adventures iu the lives of sovereigns, si ales -men,
geiiirnls, jirinces, warriors, iraM-lleis, nd
veni mers, voyagers, 4e iniiiient in the hi-toir
of Europe and America, including (ketches Ct
over filly coUhrnted heroic' characters. Beau-'
ti fully illustrated with numerous ei,gi;aviin;.
One vol. 4110 pages, royal li mo; il,.ih ilt,
Price, $1.S5. ' ' T J
'J he subscriber publishes a nuwibrr of most,
valnublu Pictoiial Books, very popular, i,(id cf
a moral aud religious character, thitt while good
men may safely ugiigti in their circuliuilnt
they will confer a public benefit, and tueive
fair compensation for ilieir labor. " ' ' : ''
To inei) of cnterpiise aud tact, this Inisliicsa
offers an opportunity (or profitable ein loytui iit,
seldom to be (net with. .. . .
Persons liing to engage in their sale, wilt
receive promptly by mail, a Circular, cnniiduiiig
full particulars, with "Diti'ctiuiis to s,rins
disposed Ui act as Agents,;' together wit It Iwitm,
on which they nill bo furnished, by uddressing
thc subscriber, post paid. ' ' . ' "' :
liOBElvT blRS, PnblisWr. i : -Ibl
William St., Rew York..
City Boot & Shoe Store, : . :'
WAtHLNGTON HALL Buildii.jr,
formerly occupied by J. ik O. BcoU, llai kei,
si,.. Steubenville. ohio. - .' .1
Just opened the largest, best and ,t henra t;
Stork of Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Ca p t lliigs,
etc., ever offered Id this market.! iTbesi.lcribe
is determined to do business on heash Syn,-
tent and olfcrs gn-at inducements to C.ish tiuy.
ers, and will make it lln- inlervst of all lu pal-.'
.. . .1 r. . it . I ol O. ' '
ionize me uuy uoui auu ouoe oioie. ,
. .si oAim i 1
May, 1st. V.
Saddle. SarncEj and Trunk Ilftiiuac-.
lory, wnoiesaio ana Jteuu,
NO. li7, WutkctBtrii't, oppuwto.Wiish.j
iiiL'tun Uult.-s-rl he uuderaiciied win Id l Kv.
pectfully unnouuce-l" their cusiomvrs and thu,
liuullC generally, Hist iiiey nv now ri
iargu and upleiidid asortiu;lit, ot Kaddlyry,.
comprising ihe following articles: plaip aiiu
lancy Saddles, llridlcs Martii.pHh.,' llsrnesn.
Trunks, Collar. VbipskLiihea, dfcr tf$v niaij,
ufuciured of the best biaterinl, by 'll,r u osl ex
poik'iircd workmen. Aw, MallWsfii U' vnji-
Otis kinds, inadu tuorderon Ihu shu.il Ins icy.
Dealers in the above articles 'are iysicct(uVy
invited to call ami examine om befoie1
purchasing, sslistii il that w c aci'uut,uudat
oil the most reasonable terms fur cash. '
' -Wil. M'LAUOULIN StS,
Steubenville, Jan, 1, lc55. Gin (, ;i.,v ,
House Painting, Glaring.
PEUKY COV EE would utility the pub.'
lie that ha is still Wady to wait ou'his pli'.1
ti pus iu the business of house Paiiilig,Uln:
ing, Pa(Kr Uangiug aud Graining. Paluv
iug done by journeymen. Shop on Maiket'st'
wntth side, opposite Klloro's new 11 nlls
, StenlH'iivlUe, Jam. I,t85i!f; i Ki . t A
chaulks '. tiiaciikr. ' ' '"' aoarut is. niit;n
' s THACHEE & "WODDSOP,: . a
WlOliKSALE EOOT, SllOK AN IV
1KUNK WAREHOVSK, No. Anh
i street bet wee u I birdiiiid Kourth, ui . r,iis;
door below Union holel Philadeli ln
January , 185V ' ' ' i