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THE rOVm OP PAfHIOJf.
rle uic ' 'i tin ' ai 1 oituiaiur ah J h tl
pamirl long Vcfor to gratify her fool
ish' vanity. Sho liuDiisdiatelj bounded
into tho library whom she surprised hvr
Husband wub a very "grave count cnnu:j
happy mas ww in tba act of imprinting 'a
kiss upoa tbo amiling lip of his nrtgnifi
eenrbride, wbca the clear tones of a man
ly Toice started all from their pleasing rev
erie, and tb universal gaie rested od a
II. Ycni mil upon the SuinU that the
Saints may mil npoo Christ to hear you.
Bat b Saint is finite, can only be in one
place at a time. How, then, can the saint
bear you? You might as welt call on the
rullj bandsonifj Tcnnesseeatii whose' eagle 'Great Mgul or the Emperor of China, to
eyo sprite tho muu a fit' representative of j listen to your cry.
III. You hold thnt your Church is in
fallible, Now, where does this infallibili-
Wallis she cxehtiuvJ, 'where did you the Stato where sleeps a Jackson. . "
twl m miniature?" and she seated herself 'I can't stand this any longer. I can't by
mi an nttonMn'it his fret, bor face- exprcs-! ladies, but I haw a proposition to ty dwell? $tf the Tope, in the Priest, or
inn chikMike confidn.ee tllatull would be ! make n the good faith of a man who ne- ; in the touucil? 1 ou cannot tell. lour
ver lies or trifles. 1 must nntke it or die- t Cliurcb has never told you. Infallible as i uo remission?"
rol.itwl to lirr. . :
lie laid bin band pntW upon her bead : so here goes, N..w 1 will m.irry on this spot j she pretends to be, she cannot mfallibly
as 1 sain. 'Anna, it" has always W a any lady who has tho nerve lo faec such decide whore this infallibility is to be
nraitiee with- mc, t foiitrnt pawnbroker's I music. Look at) inc, arrfif you can Inn j f-mnd. It is here, it is-there, it is uowhere.
There, if any where, you may , uieas she loves (pointing to the Dndc; I'll ! nai a - .tm-o -iuc-wi.-p mm ima.w-
wcre the Jews? ..
XVII. Yen hold that the Sacrifice of
tho Mas is a ''unbloody" sacrifioe.
IIow, then, can U Jbe tho same as that of
fered on the cross, for in tbaf tho precious
blood of tho Lamb was shed for sinners?
Yea, and how Cuu it bo a "prohibitory sac
rifice for the remission of the tins of the
living aud the dead," since the spirit of
God hath laid' it down as-an universal law
that "without shedding of blood there is
Ibarn of suffering to alleviate; and I was : pr.iiiipe to be a husband to you such a
within A few feet of vou when vou ntcred I husbanu as a true hered nm will make
. i i. '..a . n-:--. i.-.iu. I.. ... -f l,.
villi the ehitin. I witticized the struggn.' a wuiimn Who comes treniDiing umicr nis , icu )w n .o u
IV 'You believe that masses eclobra-
XVIII. If the consecrate wafer was
kept long enough, would' it not decay and
bocomo corrupt? But can "The Holy
One of Ood see corruption?"
XIX. You believe that the cup of the
Lord is not to be given to the laity, but to
be drank by the ministering Priest 'alone,
i ..Li.. .ul ,.ri'....!.,ln. ...ri I rioter-1 wine I t fui ther. that no Kput of hhamc ' catory. But your Priests will nt cele- Mow, the Dody and blood are aituer notn
mined, if possible, U p. mynelf of attaches fi my name, or ever shall, mid ! bratcthem except they bo paid for doing ; received in tho bread, or they are not; if
it in order that voir lesson iniirht b se-1 this arm shall support and protect the otic ' so. Now the rich man van leave money i tho former why docs tho Piiost drink of
veiceuougb lo cure you of your folly. It that will trust it. Ulio'll take mer and ; eiiougn, or nra relatives can iurnisu mo-; iu x J
i..i...i...;-.i h.,.1 ..... m kwoet bis eve ran sh.wlv and stcadilv over the ! ncy euough, to get Biiu iiuickly out of the ; withheld from you?
wife,' he added, as bu imprinted a kiss up- crowd of handsome women ' around him. ; flames; but. as for tho poor man, who had, AX. If Indulgences, it fenance, if
on her fair forehead, have the utmost , His earnest manner and novel speech had no money to leave, and no friends able t Almsdecds, ifjExtremc Unetioiv, Ciuv take
eonfidenee tit 'at vou wilt Mu-r acaiii Ins so amused an iu'ensc excitement, tilt was sur-pay I he price, his soul must agonize on in ' away sin, what need was there tftat Christ
c rapletely under the power of Fashiou.' ', prise aud deep sympathy with the fwrlcss , unspeakable torments, not because he was shonld have suffeed
Suu-nw, March 23, Vt i 'excited orator, whou, to the astonishment i worse, but becauw he was poorer, not that 0 ye that are fast bound in the fetters
V -' U . and delight of every one, a fawn like, blue ' ho bad les merit, but less money thaw his j of Home, eousidcr theso things: and God
TAKEN AT HIS "Wait D.; d f he flowm fcatiks of lhe;afflueilt neighbor. Is this impartial? ! give you understanding, for Christ's sake..
Ahihama. stenned to his wde and looked con- Can this bo the tloetnuc ot that Just t.ijd Awen.Iiev. Vanon otowru.
!l, TUB UOIBI.K BKIDAU
lidently up to bis eyes with her hands on his : whom is no respect of persons," and ANNIJAL EEPORT
Af.-wyeanag.j l m.de one of tho sev-! arm and .aid- who Iwtu "chaion tho poor ot tb world ()V T1IB
rui j niuo (aissciigrra ou Innrd the 'fast stea-! 'I am thine.' rich iu faith, heirs of the kingdom which ! j (j A R D OF T I H E C T O R S
nur. Kmil'y -BarUiiK Uhin.I up the 'fennes-! Hy this time his arm was arouud her ' Uo hath prepared for them that love Him." ! or
see ' V j.leasant, iirtelU-o.it, go ahead cap- i waist, and parting her curls-black as the 1 V.-You boast that yours is the old, , Jefferson County Infirmary.
tain, a go.Histew.Va a socmj,' refined raven at midnight-looked stcadfattly in j whilst ours U the new religion. now is it, I lJMBETr of out-door Pn npersand
compnnv, made the trip one of pleasure, in-' her face for a moment and 'signed the con-1 thou, that wc appeal to the Scripture alone ; IM ref . Trd Uimpm 35 1
deed lo,',g shall I rememb t the sauey Em- r tract ih a kiss that , the married la-; for our faith, and you to tho Father, aud KOmber j;,rS.B' ' S
w.rirt,. nn.lh.T s,.rrb livin- freiyht. dies afUTWaids pronounced lo be of t!-.e to the Ueneral touneiltoryoursf Are our, . At. pre!,elli i infirmsrr.
"I n a ... i .. . ,L. .IJ...49. ! .. ...,.l.. ,lrim. tho K.1IC
Kai- au noruies or yours ina oinesit n,ir"8c "
VI. You believe that those who are jrtljs (
One Lively summer afternoon it was' genuine nS perfectly satisf'acti ry
UliiiL' imr his nahine eves with a triumphant ex-
M f.',1, th, W,t re..,,4,l her destination.-' mama from the pleasant iob-iuit meniiou-' cleansed from "mortal sius". by Christ, D-aths ..ui-doorpaupen
said whisper started first low and near the ' ed, he said. & t,l,'l,ui!, ,the .fire of g10" ' Am,unt paid to -ui .low paupers wd
ertt,m,cwh.;rcithe vicinity of a, la ' 'Where is the parson? Send him here-1 ry on account of "venial sins." Mou-1 A 'Kt rl. d pro '
rffes cabin, and speedily making its wav to on this spot we'll be made one. I never j strons absurdity! fearful blasphemy ! 1 be , ains and feed for .lock, . 66
,l,e hall, the boiler deck, ami '.hen to ' the let such luck pass mo by waiting a minute, ; blocal of Jcus either "cleanse th from all I 'T: T1 nd 747 5
main; like the snow ball r-lling down the 1 1 go ahead,' aud ou that spot where j sin," or it does not; now if it does not, r d. -
ud fiimitnrv. Ill 73
with some lot 110 mau Put asd"T;' died away, a shout aWily ,,leat, it must wash away little sins? ! do Fannin implenwuts and sinitliini;, 10035
.i . . i. i .l . i.. . i- .. .:l.. .. . i i uo riinerai fxiwiiurn,
sei nps i.f the history of i-ach fiction, fact, wcuiupu.m.aaM.ueu iucixuw., iui . ll.-lou are laugni mat nio uuen-j do Drugs and medicines. 1545
and surmise, ail hushcl up ingeniously, every baud was extended to the hapry, tiou ,f the Prie.t is essential to the reality ; J ilfiCary; ' " 41 W
h.avinc'oi.ein that half pleasant, half j aii-ful lxx venturesome rciiow, anu cvti j lauj , wf thl, sauruu,cts, and to the efficacy of j
atc of' suspense and doubt, that -pens. he iu that crowd.Vcssed the lips of his t, us- j evcry aervice. Hut you can never be cer-, Amu(, of ,c paiJ for lenipo,
eves so wide aud strains the drum of tlu w,fe- ior ' iw,mslt wwhed 1 wcre j tain of the Print's intention. How, there-, ry relict by orber of county Domini
the ear so tight to all transpiring around 1 htsr- but 1 "wtantly recovered my self pos-, foro can you ever be sure that yo-.i have
s s3 oa, and thru.t liie weakness from me, ; ,a( a aacniment, or that all yuur religious
... ., . , ,, , , (. (Women kiting each other always heemed ordinances have not bceu u miserable
We we lsnded to wood at a ningmb- v L . .i i uv
1 ) ir.iwin ..F iL'm.rii.ic hut. thvv Iriwiir host. 1 1. 1
cent beech bottom, the tall, heavily leaved " ' " . .' V mtK1
' in m
mim aiam mhw. us,
tm, lalkiB um4 nuhlu,
Ui M WI i aaila( Ka4, ( fmtm,
aJt!l'Vaiit flit, '
Cmii mf Cmuri' laiuwt.
UaaiU npmin, fcMidlifc tw4lM.I
la f ( Mo.
ri ft uMiial Ccmliiblx a.UMiaf Crt
JtlBlUi mnt irlwtumf
Bitr mmt iuidtauil rapratw akMI aiblla
mU IIimi i hnliira, tm bkll o,
TtM ia,.riMrli IImImI iU rfiiiif
AnMnl raisrii4 for Undl tnd ttWB Ml
rramMil mis lr lit hi IM.
AviOioil nu for tto nu tata Jim t,
Dm, iilirti, i(ht tarfM, fer nbllt
Ol.rk't ocj. ) Ml
AidlltrK Be. , H8V
Ptobt Julia' fllo, ' M ia
PrMvattf AUM1 OEM
lrtiMl faS Sm tni ft Id t UMf eolnliMi
Ofliiw ml nd islwf f Prbt itdf.
AmI"I ptid iht ditttml ToouMmi iol4.
hi lewBinir, iu. raipai, rpii roiMl,
Kofii, Boritl B. R., '!. B. and
ritai L'onBM HcrmI Fcad it lira nm,ttfiM'1
of Boars l lialltaile, M W
Towntkip Trauoran lor asklaf Itaaal (
ilaial wub Aadlier. It W
UirMiara mt InStmar fol ratn MnrUti, ft 00
Afftonltml Fiad Mid 0l, Ittrt
Poftaf for Aaditoi'i (flic, 1 1(
Hainan l awplaa mtaacia Ml, wtlk laU
, paid m lata, I 10 (I
Bclwal eianlaara'TMi, Kiailaaarr. W. ' l
AiHriatia aiada la Taaokan' laitliau, 40 to
Pirn latiallaianl nf Stock In UalMit'aan lerr. : tto 0
Towatfcip AxrtMn' foot for Ik Mi ISM, to
do da d d Iftt, 1t
Praia aid Eiarm thartM a Sthool Li
brary Hooka aad Apparala, MSI
Ralaacaia Ml fi- ftnn.lwaaM frf labaian. Mm
Sian't praportloa r dtllnratnl U, In 17
Allra'a fort lor ooaaial la Tiaaiarrr la aot
kHlinf Rank lag. H N
Watar raa' for aablia offloai. ait koata aad
jail. It SO
AaiooBt paid for Ralldirt Biirt, Ireolt
do Jo Rvpalriac d 4Jt
da . . do Hapanaiaadtoi RrWai. iu it
(.enmr innrnary a an paapar Mprnraa. la
innma or.nrr rapariaianimnr. unauiara
ad Partioian, eliUiint. nmvliiaHi, wo. tMISt
rraatartr par !, aa aiaaanl al I paral. 41 M
da . rta .Id 9fW
reaiac for . raataml IBs. S II
Hlatiaaarr da da .A
TrrMurar ror rasardiat aif at m r ftanxi, 4 M
BItnc raaialniBg la Traatarr Ihildaf.iana
Sd, ISM, MM
K.iamlndi ntlUd and appiarrd, thlt tlk dar f
J (. L0WK, A. J C.
jciin a. db Bvrr,
I. C. CABLE, Hi D. 1 ;
1FFICE at hia residence, on Fourth, be
UtwcMarkat aad Waaaiogtoa atrvata.
tsubcmilU. aa. 1. '55.
S'wilL k co;
Beticttllrt, Strtitnen, Peptr Dttkrt, Blank
Book MuJcirm and Book Bindirt,
DEALERS at Wholesale and Retail, in
ScWU Claasicsl. Medical. Theological,
Miseallairavus, and Blank Books, Haled and
Plain Cap, Post and Not Paper, Printing snd
WraDDint Papers. Wall Paper and Borden.
8chool, Countlng-Hottaa and Faooy Stationer.
Marcnaata ana otners aesiribg to pureoasa,
will do well to call and examint our stock.
The ait-hast market pric paid for Raga.
POWELL 4 CO
' North aide of aket, above Fourth street,
qteubeftjlle. Qhi Jan. I, '5S.
Boots! Boots! I Soots!!!
TTAS on hand, and is manufacturing,
Genu Freneh Calf Stitched and Perced
Kip and enaraa Boota and Shoea. Also, Ladies
Iliiiaea and Children Oaltert, Kid, Morocco
and Calf B00U. Baakins and 8lippr : and
aeepe in More a large etoci or Jkastern work 01
U latwt style, all uf which be will aell low
for Caah, at hi favbionable Boot abd Shoe store
Market Street, 8teubeavill, Ohio.
Feb. , 855-3raon. .
KwBotMd Shoe" Store' '
P A. T0NNKR has on hand the larg-
- est aaa Deal aMeriroeni 01 itoots, hiiinui,
Hata and Caps that have ever been offered in
this part ef the country, a he is doing exclu
sively a cash busiuesa, he ran and will sell
wholesale and retail cheaper than any other ea
tabliebraent In tbe city. All who wian to pur
chase, will pleaaecall at the new Boot aad Shoe
Store or c A. iUJHtA,.
Market atreet, between Tilth and Sixth.
8ieubenrllle, Jan. 1, 1855.
KOW OPKNED AT
DOUGHERTY & BROTHER'S.
A laree and tplendid uteri of Good In the la
dies' bepirtn-eot ; alao, a very heavy atock ef
Uoixii lor men aua ooyt wear, in our Ulotli snd
Clothiug room, which will be i.old at low prices
0 uit the limes.
N. B. 5000 vds. Carpeting o every triaie
and pattern, which we can dispose of at prices
to urt everybody. - '
Store Rooms 'Comer 3d. aud Market street
opposite Public Building,
pril, 5-3 mo. DOUQHERTY A BRO.
W art now receiving oo of tha lar-
iV-y-'-V". ASO !
nin; like the snow ball r-Uing down the so go ahead, aua on tiut pot wnere,sm, or it uocs noi, now u n oues uu''j 7"'?'!'";!''
onnti.tn, gathering size, form, a niometi- j first they nut were the solemnly united for-1 where is its infinite efficacy? If it .loes, j ,y S"Hr"
,m.M it rolled forwanl, tmr'rl the ptinei- ever: ' what need can there be for Purgatory? j PU1 far .lock fumiahed,
,8 in the interesting . ne were not only : When the words, what God had joined .Surely if the blond of the Lamb wash ! TlU,re, hardware
MOtJDET ft ELLIOTT,
ATTORNEYS' AT tAW, Stcubenville
, Ohio. Office corner of Market and Fourth
utreetx, aecund atory. . Jan. 1, IS55.
DR. 8. "BOTHACKKR, .
OFFICE South Fourth St., near Conn's
Dry Good Store, Steubeiiville, O. Jn. 1.
I'hA o chests supernue Urcen and clack
Tea juKt received by .
iiibv STKRLIVO and DCNLAP.
pics in the interesting
pointed out, but the parson
trees with their silver grey trunVs making
and laughing, shouting and happy, we all VIII. You hold that the Pope is the
, ..t.ifn.t rvn Knurjl IT f 1. P,i nici iVAti.dr.
adcep eiK.l shade, while they, wi h the ; ,1.' , n, ,
..-a. ...A.... l.tt.l ll..ir li.t,, ttiAm u'i,rr
, . , , , . clerk made out two cert ibeates, they were . CKphesians v. 23.) Has, then, the church
mfrtoBil in thrcliLssv rivet. ocle.ir. sotllic, . -:V r ' '
"o r - n j '
that inversirti only pointed the falxc from
: signed by tbe parson and scveuty-four wit- j two heads? Would not a body with two
and women all told everybody signed. ! never speaks of Jesus as a bead, but as
; Then wc danced, we laughed, we made (he bead; therefore there can be none oth
i children of ourselves yes I'm
Jackson Winters is retained at a aslary of
live hundred dolpws, aa superintendsnt. Jo
seph Sheet retained a physician, at one hun
dred tal fifty dollarK.
JOHN iiautvokd, - Directors.
Approved by County Conimissi oners Juue
Wfi inn trt ttim
naiiillAiU U El4t4Aa,Wy
JIS A. PK Ullt,
tfi-n tn lit-aa tstw)a tiitia ViU IftintV lllfHI - I......1., .a u.Atictof? Yal" titura
. 11 . a I . IlteCn 11V IIIH'iW aiiiaw twwb uv a JIJUa UV UiUUfVCil A VP) Ulh I. V i pVUI V
kA WAaal ma-lill.l lallttlti.r MltU ih l T H1 1 1 1 (f fctUlf " ' if
IUU IVHIf VUilfll llll.T ,lai i(ja
iu twu.ii, runic murmuring a crystal spring
bioolc. tcaively tour tpan wiae. to lose ' , I
self in the Ws of Tennessee waters. fM ot oui-setves-yes .1 m atra,a we or.
thev in return to be alike lost iu the bound-1 nl;"lc Msf onrtelvw. So that as it IX.-Will you say, "we must have a
1)81M;1 jiuay, when tne watch we cliaugcu at soiemu ; vi(jii,i0 j,,?" If so, of what use is that
v-,...u,ilrf..,n wtilui. tliore 1 B,J0U of "'ght, the bluflw on the dark shores ' hcud tl)V0U? You can uo more see the i At raised on farm :
s,u.T',d from the htditV cabin a fine; man-; of the river returned only the echo of the pope tkn ym con the Euiperor cf;
ly loobing fellow, dressed in fauh.les taste; cot.ghi..- of.ngtnca of the h.mly : Chilia. . j
iirteUect U-a,ig it. every featuro, while ' ,5ill t' U we our dreams varo-; x YuU prot08t jfl ur mci 'tbat ou I
over ..is ta-e -,wrfcct Iminess shone like j J Wlth ,,ie lovely iealltJr of j -will interpret the Holy Scriptures accord-1
riiorusoti the sea. Leaning n his arm, culiin8, , . ing to the ooaiiimous consent of the Fa-j
was tbe mot lovenble wo.iiAii it has ever; 'J'HK PllOTESTANT AHMOHY. ' jbers." Now, here is this consent to be j
bj. n my ha to tehold Her fii c liazcl.oycs- It is my earnest wish to aid and arm found? Have you got it? Has yourj
tell tales thaff they were speaking deep ! our Protestant Laymen, and more especial-; Church given il? Ask your Priest for it. j
emotion, and her expressive lip quivering ; ly that most valuable class, our Protestant Without it you might as well have no ili-,
with suppressed excitement, while her dress, j Ya elm e i, for tluir righteous warefufe ble. The Bread of late is to you a stone .
step ant! grace, was thsit of u ipieeti. with Popery. After some reflection. oji j which you cannot eat a scaled book which I
'T hero they are!. That's her Oh, bow the best method of giving increased effect j you must not open. i
I euitiful!' burst from many a lip, :is we to this wish, it Las appeared o mc tbutj XL You u.aintaiu that the Church of ',
iniiiui licly nudo wny lo let tin u pass to nothing would be more suitable than tbe ; Heme is ''the mother and mistress of r.ll
the altar, and where that was we had about attempt to furnish them with a few plain, I Churehes." How can this be wl.eu Christ i
a- i-lear an idea as a triuieeiidenulist gen-1 poiuted Questions, aithwhilt to ply the ; himself commanded that tbe Gospel should j
.rally has of what they are talking about, j llomanists with whom they may come in- j be preached, beginning at Jerusalem, and j
But one thiug was 'fun' ahead, aud to fol- j to contact, aud whose conversion to the jit was from Jerusalem Apostles went to;
ow in their wake was the way to see it. ' Truth they seek. The wisdom aud policy j Koine; so that if there a be mother Church, 1
Aa tho ladies passed, a gallant arm was off-, of our friends is to ijuestiou, not to sub- Jerusalem is that Church. How, theu
c ol to each, and thus wc marched out of niit to be questioned, and they should al-1 can your Church bo at once the mother j
theeabindowu the stairs, across the stu-; ways stipulate, that at the least, where' d the daughter of Jerusalem!! Astrangc1
giug, and tbe sloping bank. Some fifty j they answer one. question, they should be' mystery your Church must be!!!
yards up the brook the pair stopped, and allowed to ask another. The whole stock j XII. You believe tht, in the Sacrifice
joiniug hands they stood with tbe clear ' iu hand of the common class of Romish ! of the Mass, there is "achangc of the sub-
water between them bridged it was by the disputants and there arc few Romanists , stance of tho bread and wine into the bo-j
twining fingers and crossed by a stream of who are not rc-idy for controversy con- dy, blood, soul and divinity, boues and siu
lovc as pure as it.-clf. All wassileut, still, sfotaiD a frw commonplaces a few crafty iews of Jftsus Christ. Has the Lord, then,
until Ir .ken by the minister reading iu au questions which they have been taught to ' myriads of bodies tbat they can be at ono
impressive nmuner. 'Aud of the rib which j wield, from their cradle, and which con-1 and at tbe samotime ou myriads of Romish
the Lord had takeu from niou, made he a . stilute almost the whole of their theologi-: altars? Can he, as very muu, be birdily
woman aud brought her to the man. . Adam jcal education. These cunning, though ' seated at the Right Haud of the Father,
suid this is bone of my bone and flenh of my ; shallow querief such as, "Where was ! and yet laid entire on unnumbered altars?
.IS I .1 I .11 1.. II. I 1 I . . . 1 ..... ......
Dosn, sue suau oc cu ueu woman oecausc i your cliurcli betoro hut her.'" "How can AlU.- U ill you say "n is a mystory
she was taken out of man, .therefore shall
a man cleuvo uuto b's wife, and they shall
bo one llcsb.' He then closed the good
Snpehntendant oi Jeff. Co. Infirmary.
wlient, 133 bush.
oats. 'J50 do
corn in the ear, failure, ' -M0 do
lmv, 5 ton.
Oliioua, 7 butli.
Beels, 10 do
potatoes, . 150 do
, beei'D, . 4
pickleH, 12 bbl.
pork, , 3W3 lb.
Amount sold off the farm:
received for pasture,
54 Iba butter,
1113 lh lard at t?e.
Beef hides and calf skins,
074 lb lard at 8c,
3 ahoats and 3 sheep,
Amount bought for use of infirmary :
Dishe." $5 97
1 12 dos. brooms, 3 00
lii S McUillcn ou Inf'jr ne tl 40
7 lbs hops 2 30
I pi. S 50
'JOOlliamigitratCe, 12 00
16!) be coffee at 12c, 19 20
34 yard a muslin at 9c, 3 06
42 do bine drilling at He, 4 62
Paid Bi W. Viers od Infy sc. 8 24
150 head cabbage, 150
43 (ruin MolaKsaa at 35, 15 05
Caoh to Gmfton Coyle, 1 00
2101bnsti?nrat7c, 14 7U
I'd V. Priext uae ol KausaL'e cu. 50
Vil yd. calico at luc,
1 call Onion Sets,
24 yd, urn alia at 9c,
4 corn Imws, -1
1 1 51
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Stcubenville.
m.i,. imild ir,l,...n Uull U ..k..,
vaiiwa viuvv w i wt b iiHiif ju a v.
treet. Jan. 1, 155.
OYSTER AND CONFECTIONERY
V SALOON, Wm. Pattwisox, Proprietor, on
posile Uitizens' Bank, Third lreet,Sleubeuvill,
Ohio. Oyaters wholesale and retail. also,
levaand Aoiions. Jan. j, icaa.
JAM' ONEAL. OEOKQI O NEAL
J. k 0. 0'KEAI,
(Bnecessort to Alezaadtr Doyls,)
PT(ij;s FORWARDING & COM
"MISSION MERCHANTS & Steamlioat Aen
Warn houae corner of Market and Water ttreU
Wharf boat at Market atreet Landing
.lainiarv 1. leoa.
UMITED STATES HOUWST"
n W. EARL, Proprietor, corner Mar
- ket and High streeti.near the River, Si eu.
beuville, Ohio. Jan. 1, '55.
B. H. BTA1TOJ. . W. M COOK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubcnville,
"Ohio. Office on Third street, between
Market and Washington. Jan. 1, '55.
O. M. THATCHES. O. I. KIKL1N
i is au new this
ever before offered. Uur SUh'I
Spring, and comprisea the latest aad best stvles.
II cnnaiftu id pan oi
uf new and beautiful deaifrnt.
PARLOR DRAWING ROOM,
iu every variety of style and duality. -
UILT, SILVEK, VELVET
vummon borders, of kew sttles.
Transparent Window Shades, Figured
ana nam, witn mttrani latent i ix
torai; Plain, Green, and Sine, and
FIGURED WINDOW BLINDS,
and Fireboard Screens, iu great variety of pat
With an exteutive aasortmeobto aelrctfrom.
tu expect to pleMe these who may rive ua ,
all M'DOWFXI. A Co
Rookaellar. Stationers and Paper Deal.
Market 8tret SUubenville, Ohio.
March, 1 1855.
Accepted June 1, 1855.
k. h m ram,
Dircctora of Jefferson Co. Infirmary.
Thatcher & Kerlin,
mfERCKANT TAILORS, Third St.,
If J diij donr below Market, Steubeiiville
Ohio, kei-p conntantly for aula and make up to
order, Cloth, Casxiraerea, and Veettngs. AUo,
SuKpendera, Ulovea, Shirts, Uravats, Hosiery,
and Furnishing Goods generally. UTOrders
respectfully solicited. Jan. 1, '55.
Wesley Starr & Sons,
TOBACCO AND GENERAL COM-
M- MI44ICIM UVnnUiVTB V.. A 1 !..!. Ui
Wharf, Baltimore, attend to the aalea of To
bacco and all kinds ' Wetleru Produce, Pro
vision. fcc, tc lau. 1,'55.
JOHS A. BfOHAM. W. a. LLOTD
BINGHAM ft LLOYD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the
corner of Third and Market streets, oppo
site the Court House, Steubeuville, Ohio.
January 1, 1B55.
JOHM SUASE, IAMn at. SHANE
J. & J. M. SHANE.
ATTORNEY'S and Counsellors at Law;
will promptly attend to all bunineat en-
trnated to them. Office, Kilore buildings,
JUarket Street, steubenville Ohio.
J s nuary 1, 1855.
j. u. mi lie. a. mctaAto; t
MILLER & SHEHBABJ),
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Office, Market ftreel, opposite
Wanhingtuu Hal), Steubenville, Ohio. Prompt
attention to collecting and securing claim.
Agents lor obtaining rensions and isounty
Land, lond Warrant bought and sold.
FORWARDING & Couimisssou Mer-
chants, for the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon,
Lard, Butter, Wool. Seed. Dried Fruits. 8n!t.
Naita.WindowGlaas, Merchandise and Produce
in general, Steubenville, Ohio.
. aiKEaENCES.. .
Frszier A, Drennen, Steubenville, O. ,
H. H. Collin, Pittsburgh. Peun.
Win. Holmes A Co., do, ,
Hosea Frasier, Cincinnati, jan: 1 1
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! I
1?ISHFR & M'FEKLY have just re
ceived, and are now opening a prime lot of
Hnota and Shoe of everv variety, to which
they invite the attention of their frionda mid
the public in general. Baviug pinvha'cd for
csiMt we win be enabled to oner greater induce'
merit than ever.
Ladies' lasting Gaiters from 135 cents up
wniua UUIIUIVim 1 1 wo , iiwiu M up
ward. rruiiKt, carpet nags, etc., atiow pri
ce, fall then on r J6i.E A AlcMIiY,
Mar. 29 1855. On warket elt. abnw Third.
A TJ T H 0 E 8, A T T E NTI 6 Nf
MAGNIFICENT PRIZES 1
fpo encourage the literary talent of the
country, aa well as to x ecu re the bent a-vai
iblu matter for their column, tbe proprietor
of the New York Saturday Courier nave deter
mined to award a prise of One Handn d Dl
lar for the bet, aud Fifty Dollar for the ec
ond best tale that is forwarded (post-paid) to
their office en or before the 1st ot May next.
Said atorie may be iu any style, may be loca
ted in any country, or relate te any period
they must make not less than tsn column of
the Covbikr. Earb mut be Accompanied by
the name of it author ju a sealed envelope,
All tales handed iu are to become the property
of the paper, and will be used in tla column if
deemed worthy of publication. The award will
be made without reservation, by a committee
of gentlemen, whoae high literary aland lug will
be a guarantee of the aincerity and fairnea uf
llii propoaal. Their name areU. Payu Quack
enboa, formerly Editor of the V. Y. Literary
Americsn, Chauncey C. Burr, Editor of the
N. Y. National Democrat, and the Editor of the
N. Y. Saturday Courier. Knowing Mint tale
writer who complete for newspaper prise are
often disappointed by the chicanery or dixhon
ehty of the parties concerned, the underiigned
would add their personal asan ranee that the
alrictest impartiality will be observed ; the en
velope containing the author names will not
be ojirned till after the judges have decided;
and I lie award wili be a fair one if it is iu the
power of human effort to make it so.
Send iu your luanuitcript on or before the 1st
Editor may secure a regular ex
change by innerting the aboe, together with
F. J. VISSCHER A Co , Proprietor,
346 Broadway, Kew York.
you prove the Bible without the Church?" i and a miracle; it is above our reason and
are ever on tho tongues of the whole ; our sense." Then we answer It is not I An Account Of the Receipt! And
multitude of simple Papists, from the iu-' ! simply above, it is against our reason, it! Expenditures Of Jefferson COUB-
uml hoij book aud offered a most touching j fant scholar up to tbe grey-headed man. ' does not Bimply surpass, it contradicts our I y' rt'iHe111 '
and beautiful prayer, uot a heart but Now, it is only right that the plainest Pro- j senses. Tastd the consecrated wsfer is it i '
rvemoil to feci the earnest appeal to the testant should be furnished with a few ' not bread? Feci it, does not touch pio
throuc of grace. , Xhcu asking th usual j counter rjucBtious, simple but sound, puz-1 nouueo it bread? Smell it, does uot smel
p e itions be pronounced tuem uusland and zlmg but plain. A few of this description, ling declare it to bo bread?
ifc- . v first published in o.-easional leadinjr arti-i search it, docs nt sight, do not all your
' ' I he brtilc slowly sinkiug ou her Knees, i cles ot Jbo Protestant Witness, arc now suiises assure you it is bread?
raided her btaut.tul ficc all covered with republUlied iu tlw shape of a Tract, for
team, clasped h"r httiidrv, and iu the most general circulation,
touching swoct' toice) tremulous with ciny-; May Almighty God, for Christ's sake
liotl, tciiJ: :
'And now, oh, merciful 1
thnt lives thus united tuuy pcawof
T nt.ir . U Utiaanl nk A.Skll. li., Jana ih:lSM,S,PI W
JiOOK at It, Coaatf and Iu T.i u dBulioal oaOaatwI. W.0H
HrlllaLIH. . HO BAB1I U
four Iu, So M
TuivrihiytkhoolTn, do' la WU
Boiiiaiih 'in. d Lo , S.utust
VIV n., ...,.!.. .: : : : ion.hii, aiiri,d. s ' . ujt
inBiiu js.aolaibcBooi, , '. ii ao fiOia 11
bb' niirm'lp'" Win, thou ui-a. 1,r.4 fl BaUnoa Utai Cora. Hcliool K"rl Tot 1SB, liol SO
oi. iu.racie. t uo, tneu, sver ueuru ot : i,,m cm. kVh.ai k..i o im. unit m
i i. , l Bilaace ptala do im ia'a Mar 'H, 6 W
au uiuicvh uurxviei JT WHO CVer iiearu Ol Otato Com. HehBo Komi. dria II om bb
' graut his bh smug to this effort iu further- one and the same body bcitm teu thousand ' t'oMwr't r'oinioB er Thr r et. Ka.d, ua w
'.i . - ,,. , ., . ',.." " , laiaitii aa eeaiioa I. rtcid lii ru , IMS U
at her, grant ( cuce of His J ruthi 'bodies? f ea ev a ioaihiia,,m
awfully flow! qvbstioxs JfOR papists j .XV If the substance of the wafer le .M'f7&
COUTH FOURTH ST., STKUBKN
VILLE. Ohio. AU kinds of Marble Work
done to older. On band at all time. Water
Lime, Plaster Paris, and the beat quality of
Grind Stones. l. BORLAND,
8teubenville, Jan. 1,1953.
" J. c. m'cleaey;
ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY
x- PUBLIC. Warrenton, Ohio, will earefqllt
attend to all businesa entniKted to him in tbe
conntieipf Jefferaon, Harrlaoa and Belmont, in
the State of Ohio; and Brooke snd Ohio conn
tie, Vs. Offiee opposite the w estarn HoteL
January 1,1855. . . . .
W. CTT1. OA8T05, '
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Steubenville,
Ohio. Refers n How. Wilaon 8bannon
Hon Wm. KennoK, sr., Hon. Benj. 8. Cowan
and Hon. T. L. Jewett. Office on Market st
below Third street. ' Jan. 155.
,.. ;.i, uj ilna rivuh-t until wu p.. i I Vmi u.it irt,v,.. ,. .. .1 : - : i .... ., ! .. '!' rl'add I'V Jhn Brar, Eiq.
iu 'juv, ..,v, ........ ( . n" vou inu ciiuiigcu in wnnueiaiiuu, llieu poiSOU lUe WHnqianl Ta aollacloJ. ea ."oiifcnap ara-
tliu rivor of duith, undivided iu faith and
conduct, uml ho pertnittod to enjoy tliiuc
Bib'c without the Church?" We reply, ' wafer befor'obaud; tell your Priest you have
how cuu you prove the Church without ' done so, will ho venture to eat it? ,
eternal smiles iu tbe land of the pure and j the Bible? libw ran yon kitow tlrtit there n XYL You believe that your Priest
blessed...' 4 is such u thing us a Ohtirdi? How can j saciitiee tbe Lord Jesus iu the 'saoiifice of
K- o y pulso sct'iut'il rtillcd, hoping for you kuow what murks distinguish , it True ninss. Xi they, then, saurilico Him liyiiiir
si ne it this beautiful drama. Not a word, j Church uutil you accopt the Jjible? Thus, or dead? If dead, wlierc is the reality of
not, ii iiMivciiK?t koui nil tli.U Ibri'tigiillg yyu sec, you put the bottom tr'p, and the j the sacrifice, tiiico there in no suffering,
till was hiippiiicbs. Oli.lnvcly panorama, I top bottom the effect before the causo ! no shedding of blood? . If living, arc they
ho thou ar graven on this lie;utl The 1 i I tho cuuau bifoto the tfltcl. ' uot the uiuHeiers of tin; JjorJ of fJlory, a-
Oalinnutat Klrfrt Ta eoltfctid, '
UmU (Mid if fimtt ivariaa aiH
rOai. ' . ,
rraifhl charfaa on JSaaaot Aaaialaa ralan
nti, .1 i . i i I .
Amiiuat rclrJ f roix, iieva aaa Ira,
tuld br Oeaaly,
Arooant said f.ir Witaoii Tool,
I om ol .roinoiorn. inc adina la root of
Shariff iV, Jaaiicot tnd Uoaatablo.,
A'aunm paid lir Jurors mos,
l'r.n:ctiM Aiirirnar'i lr.
Aitiiia In iirui iiatir.f (nil doftadint trial'
: Sr. Lonli KalU-'
XT A VINO concluded to remain in Steu
benville, will eoathme the practice of
ined icine and nr(iery a nereroiore.
Ortici Marluit SSlreet, opposite Washington
Hnll. , .
' KaaiaaseK 6th Street, Jforth of Wahigton
Street, r ) ",!' ' '
Sr. John VeCockt .
nFFICE ou the second floor in front of
w lha Union Office, 3d street BteubenviTle,
mmA nnnnaila the CiLimia' Bank.
Offios hours from 8 a. in. nntil 12 a. in., and
from 1 p. m. antil 6 p. m. ' At all other hours,
unlea neeesaarilr absent, he may be found by
those requiring nis professional services at hi
reaidence on 4th street, three doors aouth of the
Catholic Chapel and oppoite the North Public
. i " ' Oi a.
af liooi nou', i'rii ,.'.,v.
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ryilE American Monthly Magazine for
March, Devoted to Literature, Biography,
Sketches, Storiex, Travelx, Adventure, Art,
Science, General Intelligence, Ac. Together
with a variety ofeditorinlxjcorreKpondenee, mix
cellany, the whole making, when bound in. a
volume, a large a collection of good reading
matter ascsn be found in any Magsiiue in the
country. The preaeut number contains a life
like portrait of General Snin Houston, together
with a Biographical sketch. Tksms 3 per year
in auvance. single copies q ceuut. a uost
al diwrount made to agent.
AGENTS. Good, smart, industrious agent
wanted in every town and city .in the United
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Building, Tremont Row. "
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Send in your orders as soon a possible.
Boaton J, Federhen b co., Fetridee 4 Co ,
and Wm. V. Spencer. '
few lork Ko 4 Jonei.
Bhilsdelphia J. . Roberta & co.
slllinore Win. 8. Crowly, A eo.
Dry Goods at Reduced Prices.
A LKXANDfiK CONN invitca the at
tenion of hU numerous containers and the
public generally, lo the fact, that he is now di
poaing of the balance of hia large and attrac
tive stock of Winter Dry Goods at great reduc
tions from former ricen. The a'sortment coin-
priae in part. French Merinoe different ahades
and quelitiea, Coburgs, Parsmetta. Thibet Me
rinoe. reman twius. wont veiaiuea, naurea
and plain Cahmere, Bnmbssinei, blsck Dreas
Silica, plain, barred and figured fancy, plaid and
figured do., Oinghama, Prints, etc., etc. Also,
a full and complete assortment of Embroideries,
M'l-I. ft I . . m J . .
n one Uvuua, jvihooub, uiovrx onu nuairrj,
TrimmincM. Notions, etc.. SHAWLS, in great
variety and at very low prices, conaiating ef
fine Broche, Thibet, Caahinere and the Bay State
Long Jhawl. Alao, our usual excellent stocK
of Housekeeping Goods, comprising nearly eve
ry thine in tnc urv uooa une, neeaea in ism
ilies. Call and examine before purchasing else
Sooth west corner Fourth and Market eta,
Sleubenville, Jan. 1. 1855.
G. it J. SCOTT.
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SPRING
OF 1855. v
(I cases of ne1 goods now received and
" opening at the old staud, compriaitjf the
the richeat and uoit fahionble eelection uf
Dreas Good, millinery, straw goods and Trim
mings of the present season. Having been pur
ehaaed at the present greatly deprevacd priceif
iu New York and Philadelphia We are enabled
to offer our caatomer grester inducements tbam
ever. SILKS. Go.d black il front 62 tv
1 Plain colored black ailks from 75 lt 1 ,35
Striped and bar'd do. Satin dechene. pure
aatin blnrk and white watered mantilla ilk Ac
Chsllia, Peniaii, the ricbeat and moat beauti
ful challis, Peraians, all wool delaines, bar'd,
striped, do. giiigharo's. print te. Good prints
selling at 6 to 8 cents per yard, fine from 10
12.. MUSLINS and SHEETINGS Good yard
wide muiilin at 6) cent, heavy sheelirgs at
8 cents pnr yard. Bleached inunlina, good ar
ticle at fine do 8 to 10. . Extra 1 to 15c,
Pillowcsve muslin and linm n sheeting. Check
tickings and flannel' at very low price. Mil
lion ery goods, 50 carton of NEW BONNET
ribbons in every variety. 40 ps Bonnet Silks
of the most 'desirable) color. Crape Pultons
snd Florence. 1 50 curtouk French and Amer
ican Flowers Bonnet Frame neateat shapes.
Illusion Blond-; silk trimming lace's, crown li
ning. ' Merchants end Milliner -supplied at
KitKiern prices. SILK , and SI R i W BOX
NETS. 20 cases of the newest shapes snd
htyle of Kpring bonnets, good bonnets from 25
cents to oi;e dollar nneuouom one dollar to
$6,00 compriing Eniflih trw, swi braids
Napnletan laces c. svlk Bonnets or the latent
French styles snd of the richest qualitius from
the lowest, to the MnestFrt'iich bonnet ever
opened in this city. Taiamso. The finest
slock or Urv I rimiiiings ef every ttimgnew
and desirable. Embroideries of the finent qul
itiea Frence collar a low 6c and upas
high $5,50 chemist under sleeve, jacinet and
wia insertintpi Ac. Lisle Thread, ailk aad best
quality at kid gloves. Hoiaery of all prices,
mime a low a 6 per pr. Removal, on tha
1st day of April we will remove into our new
building, one door west of our present store
room, which We are having fitted up in the
moat modern ntyle. The second and third
floor we are having fitted up for onr millinery
department, and having secured the services of
au experienced millner fromoueof the most
fashionable millincy establishment in the city
of New York to superintend that depart uienl,
when we will be enabled to supply our custom
er with every thing m w and desirable in that
department. G. & J. SCTT.
March, 29 1H55. '
. LiaUOR LAW.
Marviu Warren of Bcllcfontaine, O,.
has prepared a pamphlet, Forms and di
rections designed to be a complete guide
to Justices and others, uudcr the Liquor
Law of 1854. He has hia 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
Tbe work is indorsed for correctness by
some tweuty-five nble Lawyers residing ia
every part of tho State. ' The followina
resolution was adopted by the State Tem
perance Convention, held at Columbu
u the'22d ofFobruary 1855: Resolved
that the "IiCgal Forms" prepared by M.
Warren, Ksq., of Uellcfontaine for proceed
ing under the Ohio Liquor1 Law, he ree
coniuiended to tbe temperance tneu through
. .a ft, .
out tnc atatc. t;
1'utCB of the AVobk. Single copy
33cts; Four copies $1,00 or 25 cts. per
copy Forty copies $8, 00 or 20 cents per
copy; Sixty copies $9,00 or 1 5 eta per
copy. Sent to anjr part of the state at my
expense and rlslc, as soon as ordered with
the mnney enclosed. Coin, bills, or post
age stain ps, will be sent at tny risk by mail
if properly enclosed. All orders directed
soon to M. Warren, Attorney at law, Bel-
ofontainc, Jjocnn to., O. with money en
closed, will receive prompt attention, small
order as well as largo ours,
April 5tb, Kbl, ; M. WAtvlvfcM.
Bky Liht Dgnerrotype Room.
W. WISER, respeotfully announces
to the public, that he has recently refitt
ed and refurnished the room, corner Fifth
and Market streets, in a "tyla inferior to none.
Be haapered no pain or xpenao lo make hi
rooms pleasant, wnere oue aim an may ix
pleasure in visitine, and where all who wish
may be supplied with Uaguerreotypes of the
fined tone, tme to the life, st veiy reaaonshl
rate, and will take great pains to please all
who may lavor mm wnn ineir uairoiiBe.
JZTKooms corner of Fifth and Market street!
iininediately over Ualstod Shoe Store
Steubenville, Jan. 1.1R5V
Wltolesala Drag Home.
fpiIK subscribers have on hand a large
na wen seiectea (toex or urugs, Chemi
eels, ramw. lye istutis, una, y aroiahe, Brush
es. Patent Meilicinos, Perfumery, Suraical In
amianpnla T)BfrnprrAl rnii al atW fll.Mm
.. . . - - , , J I BH , OlVa,
etc, which ihey" offer very low either wholesale
or retail. Poolers will find it to their interest
to examine our atock and prices, as we are de
termined to sell aa low a any houee in the
Wert. Order promptly executed, aud personal
attemion paid to shipping, '
DRUG EMPORIUM, Market street, twe doo
below the Jefferson Branch Bank,
HENING k MFXV1N.
Mleiibcuvillc, Jan. 1, lt.Vi,
A NKW COOKLNO STOVE, new in
design end principle, (or burning Coal, has
aa extra lsrire oven, a rnod draft, and easily
cleaned; construction such a to meet the expec
tations or all, and guaranteed to give iatiatac
tton to the purchaser. Will you call and see ilt
tfos. J and 4 Mtra Coal Voo Dtovea,, ;
' . 1 " 2 Hartley do.
.. . 3 4 Air Tight Wood do.
3 " i Premium . do. .do.
" 1 " 2 M Cook or Bachelor Stover
Eg, Parlor snd Chamber Stove of beantifi
design, Fancy Grate, Fenders, etc, etc., all
reduced price, at the Ohm round ry Warerowna,
Msrket street. SHARP CRAIG.
Steubeuville, Jan. 1, W55. : .
AMERICAN HOUSE. .
Corner of . Market and Ohio sts. ; (For
ntArltf AJBAf-tniaWfi Yit .1 itin ft TlaW VaA
War. MatSAX, Prop'r Cadiz, o.
0The above named house has been thor-
ouahlv refitted and repaired, and every atten
tion will be paid to supply the wants of the
traveling community. 1 hestablin is large and
extensive. A liberel share of pstron?e is re-
pecuuiiy aoiicuea. n m. Jlii.L,luAfl.
Cadis O.i march 21t '55-tf . ' ,
NUMBER of entcrpriHing'AQENTSv
to sell either by subscription or fct sight.
"CoiTCtt' U. S, Gasat:i!," a highly valuable
snd popular work j which ha given general
tirrtinn whersver circulated, and I an in
dispensable appendage to every man's Libraiy.
Men of experience in this b"'n. way
a profitable employment, a a liberal eommis
sion will be allowed. Forfurtlier patiMlars
address W. F. McMASTERS, Local Ag't.
Jao, 18, 1855. Stenbenville Ohi
Barberi ud Fancy Hair Dreuen.
fpHE subecriborti would "announce to
"-' the cltlsena el Steubenville ahd Vicinity,
that they hsye entered into -partnership in
the above business, and are ready to wait on
cuatumeraat their establishment, whera prompt
attention will be given to thou who favor there
with a call.
Shop on the North east corner of Third and
aarket streets under the store of Messr
Dougherty, StevbnrivilU. Ohio. ,
March. 9. lf-T.5 I.ELTCJJ A HOPK--