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'TCECitiicEA 8s pANU.ietj.ll continues to
pay interest on deposits. I). Moody.
!Blfink l Deeds," xeciTions,
- cuted'in sit pcrior style' Tot sale at
, '. . . i . ' lty Hk -!v s
jj$.Th fi?ltowin uHiiied ot,k'ji'ou are
iqunstod )tf4&&JA& Afceiia tit the
Trua Ainorican : ..
iohi 'Aylaroi.. ; '-
'"Jit. Pleasant, JuhWoods, , , .
Swithficld,Wm.4 M-itlic-wi),4- ; i -t
MnrtinHvillo,'A.' Jlartin'. 1
i Now Aloxandria, Dr; Woithington.
...,-:l4gra.neo, J. A, Mtthugh, . . ,-. ; ,
. Dcup Creek, J., Moore. .,- .:'..:' ;';.-.,
r.cr51ooujflelJ,Dr, Cok. ;r:
r-t i Salem,' II., Jjuferty. ' t j ; :!
..; j Iehuid Creek, J. DelluflV .. ; ...
Juddo, J. W. Rngan.
KnoiTille, J. Woodruff. ' ' '
lMitobel,j8aIiyork8,l.CaVItt. -. ''
. IiHiotUvlire, h. Stewart. ? v. ;.
, , Wojlavilla, Htephan FasKet.i j-. .
'Na Lwb'on, R. M'Oaekey. ..
'' Fkirt'wwi Qucrna'cy' Co, WiiiV George.
Cambridge, ' ,J . J. Stirolict.
WnjDOHburi!;, Greon Co. Pa., J. Porter.
Cudia, Harrison Co., ''Wii Milliun. .
Whesling, Va., Jaiuea Laucaatcr.
Should it b ineonvenicnt,,as it evident
' 1 would ha inmany -cases; for Kubscribers
, .to baud their money to cither of the above
mined gentlemen, they will please for
ward it to u by mail, it our rink.
Mr. ?. A.Crofut,No. 73, south Fourth
street,'. Philadelphia' M our authorized
agent to obtain advertisements, subscrip
tions, and collect money for tho True
. FOURTH OP JULY.
Tlio -celebration of tho 4th passed off
very pleasantly and quietly ia our city
quite contrary to the wild enthusiasm which
. generally prevails on that day, and which
often rcHults in severe pcittaual injuries.
Every otto ee-enied thankful that our coun-
try had stoti ' another year of Jicee and
' proaporiiy while their manifestations of such
woro lo boisterous than on previous oc
casion. Ono young man while engaged
in firing the cannon, wi somewhat injured
by ita premature discharge. Although ac
rioutily burned, we are glad to learn that
Jio-haa alinnat entirely recovered. This
wan th only accident . which occurred du
ring the day. ' .
1 The dodicatinu of tho Union cemetery
wm very largely attended, and the ex
. croiao , oondueted iu a Ligblv creditable
manner. Tho address of tho Rev. Dr.
, 3oakty,KiS one of tho,tn.ost able and bril
liant productions ef thought, to which we
. have ovor had pleasure of Hetening
eloquent and poetical,' 'ft enchained the
. .decn. intarcat of ever v one present, and
few wero they, who did not feel a tender
emotion m he referred to Death and Eicr-
nity and that period bonce when we ho'd
; sleep beneath tho saino old trees which
'.now witnessed an. assemblage so pleasant.
'Thero wore present, tho young, beautiful
,and talented, the noblo Jform of middle
ijje, and thero KTTrc thoso whoso hairs were
silvered by he frosts of many winters,
while every ono" without distinction, felt
then, inoro aeusibly, ihau at another tiino,
lhat Death waa inevitable and the impor-
.tanoiJ'of boing prepared for eternity when
H shall appear. The various ' Sabbath
flohools, together with the pupils of tho
Female Seminary, osrorp -on. iho grounds,
nd judging from thoi uiaiiy merry, faces
of the youthful portion wo -thought', tho
'OceasioB waa one of ipadal enjoyment to
thorn. , llofreBhments, were served up and
the tables were surrounded by parents and
cliildran, promiscuously, associating togeth
r on the lame ooKiniWi ilerol, w here was
literally fulfilled tho -saying of Uio wise
man: "Tha rich and the pour meet tygctJi
r, and the Lord is the maker -of . thm
alL" ' ThU bwutjul scukimont also re
mind! uaof. that bonimon 'destiny of man,
when wo shall again meat on timse grounds,
and there mlnglo our kiudnod dut until
the morning of the . resurrection. .; "We
cannot leave this subject, without expres
sing our entire admiration of tho good taste
displayed by, those having oharge f the
Cemetery grounds, .. 'Tfce spot .scJocied , is
one of the most '. bcmitiful. we Irave ever
seen, and well adnptod to the purpose fur
which it is Intended' to to appioprtateJ.
The Rliauce and flood AVL11 Fiw coiu-
panics apent thq 4th iii AVlio'cling, and ye
have heard they had quite a Cntf time.
The members, of ; Jho' Phoenix.gare a . pic
nio party near saolimi ten tit tho railroad
and matters arVaaid to liavcpaasedoff very
pleasantly. ' , ' ;
' ' " I'iBt, ' : i ' ' 'i4 "''
. Wi have heretofore refuwd. to peblish
in ;6ur paper hny patent medieino'disoovc-
: ry, or remedies, but having boon credita
bly informbd of , the wonderful and happy
effeota produced by 'tho Usb of Kennedy's
patent mcdiciiies"wo'havo regarded it as a
duty to jjivo'hii 'advcrtf8cniont! ji jifacjj in
our papeiiliopiug that ,iany thereby may
1 be relieved froiu1 their 'afflictions' " bj' 'its
' I ,i r, u
41S0; 1 .!. 'mi ") .;., r,,l,
vpii' , ii i mi -i , i ii .in i n.,y
;'Pleafi6 turn o a advfliifcnicfit' bf Mr
Ooasettinthia day's .'papers If vou 'will
tato tfio' trouble wo should, haviB jutMlcn
( joy..'4ib luiuryfrt visit his, 'eflabsjiict
. we are inclined to tho opinion . that you
; will bo pTCjarod to acknowledge that your
. ,tim has beon wbll spoilt : Mr. 0- hs
fiwt 'entered i'nto thb cbnfectionarr branch
of business he is a clover gentlemanly
' upright dcutet niid cutitlcdto a ,f(f 'pro-
.'" portuHi of patroungo. Gut htm: n rail.
' ' : 1 ,'RaU Road Excursiou'l "
Tlie .13UL Jaij, tjonvcnttons l-lIalf Fare
f Hawarh. ';.,, . ;
iTp'rtciionmiodaib'p'ersoys .'persons desi
ring to attend the abwvp Conventions, the
S, & T.. R'. R.' Compa'n.tll, un the 12th
and l4th inst., rodue't their rates botwocu
Rteubeuyillo and Way Statjous, (u New
arki to 'lIALV THB -USUAL-FARE!
viz : , iTroui Steubcnyjllc jliybwark and rc-ti-n,.
S;t,45i, and- way stations' at' propor
tionate, rates.' ,'.'!'..'' )' !', ' ,' .,..(,: .... ,,':,
' -IVrsoTisr leuviiig on the T'-A. M. traiu,
rcai-ii .Coluijibu.i at 0,201- 31, .". ' .
Please proi-nre Exeuvsimi Tickets at the
several Agerteios on tho Line. . , .
' ; E. W, WOODWARD, fiup't!
L. DEVENEr, Gen.' Ageut! -Stcubciivll'.e.'uly
0; '53. ,
I .JtVc liero shown by Dr. U. F.Payne
Of this city, on yesterday,' in his office, a
largo Tape, Worm -measuring twenty feet
in length; which' about one year siiico wa.i
removed from the stomach of Mrs. llod
aon, residing on 4th" sWcct This, lady
had Lcen in very poor health for sovcral
years, and had in vain sought relief by ap
plication to other.,, nudemiueut Ppysicians.
At length Dr." Payuo tool; tho case in hand,
and tho Tcsult haj,becn u permanent cure.
It iH believed that thdro arc many pewons
in delicktb health from the '.game cause,
who aro uneuncious of it, and who by prop
er treatment might bo.speadily 'relic ved.
Dr., Payne is said to have an infailable
fetacdy for this disease.. , Wo institute no
iuvidious comparrison between gentlemen
of tho -medical . profession, but regardless
of all high sounding titles, Wc Bay; "Hon
or to whom honor is. due;'?-". ' -,
Cotinkntal. We have received the
Grit number of this pspcr published in
Columbus, Ohib, by J." W. ' MclJcth and
edited by A. IJ. Nurton. Its object is the
advocacy uf the principles of tho Ameri
can party. ..- It is weekly journal of extra
size and presents' a very Int-djine appear
ance. Price f !i,t;'l per annum in advance.
T'o hope itinay have a pi-o.-proiis career.
Kmirt-i-iio fi I'lilit-ii villi- IlrralJ.
The Steubenville k Ijidiana Railroad.
,Miu EuiTtt'.----Iu.l Jit'S, alter auries
of persevering Hf-'iti, tui. the prtrtof a few
individuals, win) were ciniuiiied visionai-y
by a large mnjinity of lli'.ir fellow citizens,
the project of aliaiircad i'n;m oleubenviUc
across the 'Slatt'f O.hiu ty the Indiana
State line, began toas.iunn a taugiblo form.
Many who had locked coldly, if not hostilo
ly, ou the undertaking, reconsidered thoir
opinions, and becauio convinced that to
maintain the. rolativo ponition of the dis
trict of country to be affected by such a
work, by the facilities hcrctoforo iu use,
was impossible. Our situation, surround
ed aa wo ahoula be by sections of country,
enjoying the benefits of such roads, would
be like a district restricted to blazed roads
through the forest, and packsaddles, brought
into competition with a district having
equal natural advantages with the facilities
of graded roads, turnpikes, wagons and
pleasure carriages.. A Railroad must be
censtructed, or we must bo content to fall
entirely behind in the race of improvement
individually and collectively. . This was
not to-be thought of, and it was resolved
to have a Railroad. ' .:
' At the saiud time it Was deemed politic
to so far deviate from tha original design
as to divert tho road to Newark and Colum
bus, instead of Mt. Vernon, Kentoa, and
tho Iudiana State line. The original de
sign, however, is not abandoned, and ?nly
waits favorable circumstauccs to bo carried
into effect It is also to be extended East
to Pittsburgh, and this part of the under
taking4 is iu a good state of forwardness,
and uow beiug prosecuted with spirit. .
'By the most strenuous and persevering
efforis under .peculiarly , ad versa 'circum
stances, the ro'ad'haa- baoti 'Completed aud
put in use from Steubcuviflb to Newark, a
distauce of olio hundred aud sixteen miles,
and a tide. bmnch uf eight nnles to Cadiz
built, making' a -total of'-om" hundred and
twenty -four itajjca of Railroad' now in usb,
' This involtcd the Ueccssitybf 'borrowing
couhidurabli) suiNH of moiioy, on which in
terest is to-be paid every six''iuonths.4--Tho
interrstis payable on the. 1st of Janu
ary arid "the 1st of. July'1 When tho toad
waa fct uuliuishisl, and no eartnin relifbln
fund, was provided to inbet tho Interest, re-
sort'was mado to temporary ' loan's for that
, ; .. . r. i u , I . t.y..4,l
purpose., ........ ... . .: . , U t
: The road has now boon in us long on
ough to' indieato its benefits to thtt country
through which it passes, and ns the tiino for
providing for thq. July.! intorcut "aiidisbiiie
other uecessaiy expenditures had conie, tho
directors, very properly determined Jo', pall
a meeting of tho Stock holders, on the 20th
inst., for tho purposo of laying beforo tbqrii
a full atatetneut'of tho- cotidilioii of tlibir
affair's, aud submitting to them the fin bject
of future' tipcratious. ; 'Tho .itic'ctiiig;'to(lk
place and waa largely attended. The olB
cors of the Cbiiipkny laid it fall' and frank
exposure of its affairs before thctn,1 and, as
was to bo expected froW spirited nicii'' who
had eiubarkod in such an uhdc; l&kiug, tlAiy
ai ouoo rctolvcd that there slipujd ,bor no
filtci-ig bp hcsitJintiy-'-'-that no' more mon
ey ahould tciborroiwed i-rihaf money could
and should bo raised by new stock' within,
the ,flQUBtry;.,to derive .boncfits from the
toad WTeb' tho road ' from ' "rill mbarass-mon-ts,
' and meet all present and ; futdfo
domaiids.' Iri sh:o'rt they dctnfiuincd jthat
those whoso permanent prosperity required
the road, would tako hbrp but of 'theif bl
howSj Uiid uo longer coll upon sOnio distant1
and unpropiuous Hercules. Nor did they
content themselves with , resolves only.
More lli3n ono hundred thousand dollars
of stock has been raised at nnd siucc that
meeting. That spirit has been aroused be
fore which, when general in a community
all obstructions vanish. There Is no .lon
ger a lion in the way. Nor is there any
thing wild r visionary in the feeling which
has been called forth. Itisouly that calm,
blod resolution which i tho jcsuU'uf an
enlighted view of one's truo interest join
ed with a .com-eiousnr m of 'ability ti'.: do
what ono dares to wish.- ' ' ' .'
To show that there is nothing rash or
visionary in the determination thus form
ed, let us look for a moment calmly at the
means at the command oT those whoso in
terests imperatively require this , road.
Tiicrc is at a moderate cstiuiato a breadth
of ten miles on each side of a Railroad, de
riving very great facilities from tho road.
This gives twenty sections, or twelvo thou
sand eight hundred acres of land, for each
milo of road. In this case wo have -one
hundred atid. twenty four miles of road,
giving on the above estimate one million
five hundred aud. eighty-seven thousand
two hundred acres of land, Uie owners of
whfch arc immediately interested in what-
ever will add to the saleable and produc
tive value of that hind.
Need I at this day ask any man on the
line of this road, within ten miles of it,
whether the produce of hid land intended
for market, is wortlTmore at his barn now,
than it would be if he had to haul it by
wagon iu tho old inodo to the Ohio river
Why is land within five or teu miles of
tho river, worth more by the acre than it
is thirty miles back? Not because it will
produce any mora wheat, corn, or other
crop, but because of tho differonco ' of the
labor and cost- of marketing. Will not
nearness to tho Railroad give the same ad
vantages as nearness to tlio river? Why
shonld not laud of equal quality in lilt'
Tuscarawa. ('tilhvater, and Onnot tun
valleys be worth within yti'lti4! of ;i loueh
us on the bank of thy Ohio? h.u was
the dnicieneu heretofore? Let cwi v uan
enquire and asoer'.ai.i fur himielf, i;ini fi in
the information carefully oiiUiinj'), iiid
fiom his experience in the i-xp-'us4 mimi
ally of marketing his itijk, a'seei tain how
much rioher be is lh.ni ho would be with
out tho. road, and how iir.k-h lio can con
tribute by taking stork mi'.tnin it.
This is but one view "f the subj.et.
Tliers are others which address thomsolvcs
nol le'is cogently to every man's self-interest,
which I will explain hereafter.
Sm:i;ovn,LE, Juno 2G, 18;")5.
Destructive Fire ox the Moiixino
of 4t Lkt., $9,00 ) Worth op Proper
ty DKSTituYm On Wednesday morning
about ono o'clock a Cro was d.cscovcrcd in
tho back part of Mr. A. Donaldson cabi
net Ware room. On market St. near the
comer of Market and Sixth. Eight buil
dings were destroyed. Tho sufferers are
Messrs 'James Rlackburnj W.' Nash, A.
Donaldson, and J. Fisher. Mr. Rlackburn
sustains the heaviest loss, amounting to
9,000, on which ha had an insurance of
$3,300 in tho Col. Mutual. Mr. Donald
son's property destroyed amounts to $4,
l'.lO insured to the amount of $1,250.
Mr. Nash's property destroyed, amount?
to $S,500, insured 82,500. Mr. Fisher's
property destroyed amounts to $2,000 cov
ered by insurance.
. It is believed to have been the work of
an incendiary. I. Cadwalader was taken
tip on Saturday last upon suspicion, and
held to appear on Monday before Esq.
Bray. The trial came off on Monday and
he Was acquittt d. It is to bo hoped that
tho perpetrator of the crimo will yet bo de
tected. - .- . - ' - V.
- Au old gentleman having taken to .the
altar a young danisal of sixteen, the clergy
man said to.him: 'The font is at the other
end of tho church.' "What do I waut
with tho font?' asked the old gentlemen.
' I brg pardon,' said the clerical wit, '1
thought you had brought this child to bo
, Good CbxseiuNqE.--A good cniiKuieucc
is more to be desired than all the riches of
tho East. How sweet arc the slumbers of
him who can lio down on his pillow and
view tho tians.utions of every dny without
condemning himself. A good coiisticnco is
a fine opiate.
On the Sth inst, by Rev. A. II. Thi'm
as Mr. RiciiAUD Sanders and Miss IIau
nir.T N. Meruit, both of this city.
In this city, on Sunday the Sth inst.,
Id.V Gkhtuude, infant daughter of Dr.
Levi mid J izzic Harsh.
Thur American Okfiok, V
;'! ' -'July 11 th 1855.
Flonr-By wagon load ' ..'..; . $9,50
: per cwi, 5,00
Corn MorI .;...90
Q.tain W licai, rt-d l,(i5 wliile, 1,70
.. ..-!.! Cin .- ,...95al00
Qala. , 45
While Benin,. .,,
Buttnr Fresh.. :..
Lard. ........ , . . ... . .v. ,
Hirwi .......i.. ..
Dl'ieil I'tHdllBH. . . ,
i i Flatsctd
Ciwriages, Bug-giea, Ac ' .
rpilE SUBSCRIBER calls tho attention
of his friends and the putilic in mineral te
liia stonk of Carriage, Bimgicn, Slide Scntr
AC, whioh lie win sell at tho lowest possible
price for cash or approved papnr ' " .
: Shop on Third, between Mnrket and Adams
st., 8fphfnville, Ohio.' H. M. BK1STOR.
ITBEPAIBINO dono on the shortest notice
and on, reasonable tcr-m.-. ' II. M-. U.
Deafer in Fancy Groceries and Coifa-
tionarics, Market street, bvtwevn otli
and Gth, in Dike's Ruildings,
Una jist n-cpived a fine assortment of Fancy
Grnreries, Confictionaries, rtc.
Thu stock coinnri'4;' ' part tin- fullnwiti" :
Fresh Fruits, ricklef, Sardines, Spiced oys
ler.4 Tomatoes, CnpcrK, Pepper Sauce, lobsters,
Spuikling Cftlawlia and ot ill Wines. - .
Crackers and cheee, fino cigars and clicwing
Tobacco, nnd Firo Work.
Tha publiu aro ri-speclfully iequc4-t4(t lo odl,
and exaniiiieour stuck, N. GOSSKTT.
' ' July 11th ltttft-tf.
The Greatest Kcdical discovery of
' the Age.
DR. KENNEDY, of Uoxbury has dis
covei ed in one of our common 1'astlki: wkkds'
a I'einedy lhat cures
EVERY KIND OF HUMOR,
from thu worst bcmfula douu to a coiumou
He has tried it in over 1100 ca-es, mi 1 never
failed except in two cacs, (bnih thundiT hu
mor.) He lias now in his po-.sesMoa over two
li unci red crrliticates of itn urine, nil within
twenty miles of Bosson.
Two boUWSntf warranted lo cure a inn-Mug
Ooiji to three bottles will curenho worst kind
of pimples on the face
Two lo three boUle will clear the Hysleui of
bilesi " '.:
Two bottles are arrnntd to cure the worst
caukiiciii the mufrVi-aiiU stomatlu. , , t
l Three id Mve bottles are warranted to cure
fe ,eam. -7wpd f
SOne to two bottles are wurruiilvd to euro all
humor in thu eyes. f
TVp bottles are warranted to pure running
of Hit ears and blotches auiouj Hiu hair.
Four lo jiix bottles areWwfitiited to cure cor
rupt aud running eerST"
Oi.e bullle will cure benly eruptions of the
Two to thren bottles are warranted to euro
thu worst case of ringworm.
Two or three bottles aro warranted to euro
the most desperate case of rheumatism J
Three to lour Luliles aro warranted to cure
the salt rheum. '
Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case
A benelit is always experienced from the first
bottle, nnd n perfect cure is warranted when
the ubeve quantity is taken.
Header, i peddled over n thousand bottles of
this in the vicinity of Boston. 1 know the el
fed of it iu every cast. Su sum as water will
extinguish lire, so sure will this cure humor. 1
never sold a bottle of it but that sold another ;
after u trial ii always speaks for itself. There
nru two thing., almiit this herb thai appear lo
me aurpriMii ; tir.-l that it rtiw-j in our pas-,
lures, in m, mi.4 places quut4 plentiful, and yet
its Vmiie has iir.ur lieen kiiouii tiulil 1 discov
ered il in ML-mid, liia! it .should cure all
kiudi uf liuiiiiir. . .
In oidi-i to give :snnie i.!-a of the sudden rise
and great popul.ni'.y "f the discovery, I will
slate -lijiil in April, lla'l, 1 peddled it, and sold
about .six bol.l.:- per uy in April, la'51, 1 sold
over one ihiuiMiml li.itlies perilay of it.
Boiiie of ihc. wliuli-i-nle- Bniists who hare
been in biiMUcsn unulj ami linrly years, say
thai nullum; in tin4 nimal- v( patent medicines
wim evui'.-ike it. 1 u universal praise
uf it from all (jniirier.-.
Iu my own priictu-i4 I alirny kept it fjMictly
for huuiiii-s iiutsim-i us iiiiiM.luctioii usa gen
eral family medicine greal ami woudeil'ul vir
tues have been fun ml in ii thai 1 never suspect
ed. tit-vcr.il cases of epileptic fits a disease
which was always considered incurable, have
been cured by a few buttles. O, what a mercy
if it will prove effectual in all cases of that aw
ful malady there are but fuw who have seen
more uf it than 1 have.
1 knuw of several cases of Dropsy, nil of
them aed people, cured by it,. From the vari
ous diseases of the Liver, sick headache, Dys
pepsia, iislhiuu, fever and ngne, pain in the side,
diseases of iho spine, nnd particu.aily in dis
eases of the Kidneys, etc , the discovery has
done more good than any medicine ever known.
au cliange ot diet ever nececessary eat the
best you get and enough of it.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNE
DY, No. 120, WtmenTSt. Roxbury, Mass.
Wholcsalo Agents. New York City,' C. V.
Olickner, til Barclay street; O. II- King, 1!)2,
llroadway, Hushton it Clark, 275 Broadway;
A. B. t D. Sands, 100 Fulton Street.
General wholesale agents Western Pa Geo.
II. Keyser, Pittsburg, nr.d Jas. P. Fleming Al
legheny Cily. T. h. Logan, Wheeling Va.
l'or sale by R. D. MORRlbON and
1IENINO & MELV1N, Stcuh., Ohio.
William D. Sherrow, Barber,
"OTOULD respectfully in'enu his tneiids
and Iho public, that ho is ready at nil
times (Salibnth excepted) to wait upon custo
mers in his line. Hoom Smith -1th Street, one
door north of ihe Morion Hotel.
Market Street, Opjumte. Public liuihlimjn,
WaMJ MOSSIJROVE, Proprietor.
The above hotisu ha been thoroughly rvfitled
and furnished in tne most modern style. '
At my instauee a Writ of Attachment
was IIuh day issued by Joseph O. M 'dea
ry a Justice of thu 1'eacu wiihin and for. War
ren township Jetreisou Cou'ity Ohio against
the-gondi. Chattleii ltit;hls, CrcUits, luoueys,
aud elfecls of Joseph U. .tl'Cluru un alisent debt
or amount claimed to be due twenty eight dol
lar.4. . . " i- . .t
All prrsniis interested will pleau lakodue
iioiici', and ffovern tin uisulvi-s accordingly.
DANIKI. A SIMON. . June 2IMh. 55 !!t.
10R SAJLJi OK, REl l'.
rjIIE llouso and lot lynuerly occupied
Willmui lilr It patrick BMij H arrenion
JefTersnn eonnfy Ohio, is'nllei'cd for"sn)e or Bent
this propytiy is pleasantly situateil in Xhe Cen
ter ofthptovfii mid is above high Water iinark
and is lie best bnsiuess house iu the place hav
ing a good coller and a Waio- Kooiu nitachcd
-j Person -Vfisliinj4', to c'lnraai f
tile business would do well to pxaniine-'tlic
preniisr-s ; possession givcii immedialelv-Eu.
.pure of) JOiSKHI C. M'CLEAiY.
Vari-fnton.Jiinii 20th '56' 3m.
- National House, '
Corner of Mdnnd jpitlwi Street-;
T. W. WlilTAURE, Proprietor.
II A VINO again taken this old cstablish
"ed Hotel, the subscribt-r would respect
fully tender his acknowledgements to a gen
erniis public for tho very liberal patronage
licrctofnie received at their hands. Having
thoroughly renovated and refurnished the house
ho hopes to bo able to accommodate his patrons
Iii such stylo as will give entire satisfaction.
Tli Mailing U large uud extensive- A liber
al shale of patronage in respectfully toliciteu!
Ladies oi Kcnllciiicn cuu benccoipinudiited with
single or double rooms at thoii discretion. .
Jiineir T. W. WHITACltE
Fulton Foundry,. Steam Engine & Car
' ' ' Factory,
1 WELLSV1LLE, OHIO.
CTKAM EN (JINKS, Steam Boats, Sh-am
Forry1 Boats, . hullsl mid wood work coin
plete, fioain boilers, bheet Iroivwork, mill nia
ehincry, and castings for grist and saw mills4,
rail mad car wheels, rail road cars of every de
scription innde to order. The proprietor of this
establishment hnving twenty-eight years of
practical .t'xpericnro toguthir with extensive
privilegen, fet'ls toufldent that he can div work
as Well and as low ns any establishment in' the
cast or west., All Cominuiiicationa will rneet
with prompt attention. . K F. OKISSE,
June 13. " Wvllsville, Ohio.
' ''' '. STRAY?
CAME to the subscriber iri Salem town
, ahlp, JefTerson en., Ohin, abay mnre sup
posed to be 15 hands hiirlis 7 vi ar old, three
white foot. N'ATlIAft L Sl'GUEW.
.Iuno2C,.'55 pd . . -
The Watson House.
C WATSON, having almost entirely rc
furnished and fitted u anew his spacious
liotel is the town of New. Lisbon, is no pre-paic-d
to accommodate Uie travelling public iu
the best style. His tabic will be always fur
nihhid with the ino-t choice products of the
(msun, and the treatment r his (rupsis will al
ways be such -u to give, full and general satis
faction. Call at the sign of the OltOSS KEYS, Kew
Lisbon. June 13.
Tlhesu well known Jlinonfl Springs in
Cnri'iill ciiunty, are now - njien l viito.
Frinn .1 iini! lJlh. a luiek will l...-ivi tliu ('m.IIv
junction, on thu S..1 I Kailroad, on the arrival
of thu cars, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sal-
A Stane (Jiiacli leaves Slenbenvillc for the
Sni-iiiir. itf.rv lrui.l;i.. Wml mu, I.,.. ....i v..:.
day. Fare 1,25.
KverV I'irtirt It-i 1 1 ho mniln .lnrini. llift nr.,..
j ........ R ....
-iU seon, by the proprietors, lo ntfoid com-
inn iu me iiuiicu-u, aiiiiiscinennt id me lovers
of pleasure, agrcuble and cheap entertainment
to nil who may be pleased to bevuinu their uuesls
June 1-lih-l-t. HILIJI-UT ,t ZUi.LAliS
I'ropricmrs. Euminer Dress Goods.
ALLEN has just received a splendid
y assortment of ladies' and gents' dress goods,
including the very latest styles, also, a splendid
lot of Ladies Silk and Lace Mantilas, just the
tiling for summer, A large variety of bonnets
and trimmings, Ladies' nnd Childieu'a Shoes,
A general assortment of carpets, inattinf;. oil
cloth, Rugs, Ac. Now isihc time for bargains,
at Uie Store of J. Allen, Comer 3d, near market
atreet, Steubenville, Ohio.
' May 30, '55.
Corner of Third und Adamt Streets,
JOSEPH DLAQKLUJRN lia taken this
"house formerly known as the "A nniil Corner,"
and has refitted it up in comforlo-le sule and
now asks a share of patronage, liills low and
accommodations equal lo those who makvmoM
preicnccs. may Do
WATER STREET, (opposite tho Pass
enger Depot of the l k P. Rail
road,) WELLSVILLtl, Ohio.
WJI. WllITACERE....... Proprietor.
TN succeeding Capt. Cro.eu in the
"Missouri House," the prfsciil i'ropriMor
hopes, by attention to business, to retain the
popularity and patrcmnge which the house so
ustly merited u nder the auspices of his "illus
rioui pradeci't aur." June 6, '55
HARPER'S UNIVERSAL GAZETTE.
HARPER'S Statistical Gazette of tho
World, particularly describinglho United
States, Canada, New llriinswick and Novn Sco
tia, illustrated ly several mnps. 1 vol. Iloysl
octavo, 1'JjO pages, full slmop. Deceived and
for .ale by M'Dowell &. co.
Uooksellers and Stationers Suuhenville ohio.
March 2! If 55.
'A NEW COOKING STOVE, new in
design and principle, lor burning Coal, has
an extra lurgu oven, a good draft, and cnily
cleaned; construction such as to meet the expec
tations of nil, and guaranteed to give salisfac
lion to the purchaser. Will you cull and sec il?
Nos. 3 and 4 Extra Coal Cook Stoves.
" 1 " 8 Hartley " " do.
" .1 " 4 Air Tight Wood do.
" 2 " 4 Premium do. do.
" 1 " 2 Cook or Bachulor Stovnf
Egg, Parlor and Chamber Sieves of beantifi
design, Fancy Grates, Fenders, etc., etc., all
reduced prices, at thoOhio Foundry Wnreromns
Market street. SHARP & CHAIG.
StenU'iiville, Jan. 1, 1P55.
orner of Market and Ohio sts. : (For
merly occupied by John S. Lncey, Esq.,)
Wm. Jl'n.UiAS, Pron'r Cadiz, o.
D"Thc above named house has been thor
oughly refitted and repaired, and every atten
tion will be paid to supply the wants of the
traveling cullimunily. Theslaliling is large and
extensive. A liberel share of patronnc-n is re
spectfully solicited. ' WM. MILLIGAN.
Cadiz P., march 21st '55-tf
A NUMBER of cntorpriins AGENTS,
to sell oilher by subscription or ai sight,
Coltcs's U. S, OAZATitta," a highly valuable
and popular work ; which has given general
satisfaction wherever circulated, and is an in
dispensable appendage lo every man's Libraty.
Men of experience in this business, may find
n profitable employment, as a liberal commis
sion will be allowed. For further particulars
address W. F. McMASTEltS, Local Ap't.
Jan. 18, 1FS5. SteubenvilleOhio.
Barber j and Fancy Hair Dressers."
WIIE . subscribers would announce to
the citizens of Steubenville nnd vicinity,
lhat they have entered into co partnership in
the above business, nnd nits ready lo wail nu
customers at their establishment, whero prompt
attention willbo given to thos who favot thein
with a call. .
Shop on me North-east comer of Third an
Market streets, under the storo of Messrs
Doughrrtv. Stecbcnvillo, Ohio.
March -30. lHS.-i LKKTCH A TTOl-Kms
Dry Goods at Reduced Prices.
ALEXANDER CONN invites the nt
""tenion of hi numerous enstomers nnd the
public generally, to thu fact, that he is now di
posing.of the balance of his large and attrac
tive stock of Winter Dry Goods nt great reduc
tions from former rices. The assortment com
prises in part, French Merinocs different shades
nnd fjuelities, Coburgs, I'nrainctlaR, Thibet Me
rinoss, Persian Twills, Wool Delaines, fu;iired
a lift plain Cashmeres, Tluiuhasines, black Dies4?
Silks, plain, burred and figured fancy, plaid and
figured do., Ginghams, Prints, etc., etc. Also,
a lull and complete assortment of Embroideries,
While Goods, llibbous, Cloves and Hosiery,
Trimmings Notions, etc., SH AWLS, in great
variety and at very low prices, consisting of
fine liroche, Thibet, Cashmere and the Hay Sln'e
Long Jliawls. Also, our usual excellent stock
of Hou:ekoeping Goods, comprising nearly eve
ry thing in ihe Dry Goods line, needed iu fam
ilies. Call und examine before puri-Wiiif-else-.
-hrK44, . -
South west corner Fourth and Market sts.
Sleubcnvillp, Jan. I, 1S55.
I. 0. 0. F.
jVlMROD ENCAMPMENT No. 0, T.
O. O. F. tmots every soeond mid fourth
Friday, at Gl o'clrck, p, lu., iu JefTersnn
Lodge rooms, on Third Street, over Garrett's
Store, D. 1!. Ilurclniid, G. P., Geo. 11. SIohiis,
S. W., John Waggoner, Scribe.
Jefferson Lodge No, (i, I. 0. O. P., meet"
every Tuesday af fi 1-2 o'clock, p. m., in their
hall on Third street, over Garret I 's store. Gen.
15. Means N.G.. I. L. llolton, V. O., Jas. O'
Neal, jr., Sivretary.
Good Will Lodge No. 1-13, J. 0. O. F., meets
every Thursday ul Gl -2 o'clock, p. m., in llvcir
Mall'on Fourth street, over Bentty jkSleelman's
Store, A. O. Worthiugton, N. G., D. Filswi,
V. ()., T. H. ftoberison Sucretary.
Fub. 8.'1655. j
SERMONS FOR THEPE6PLE
Dv Rev. T. II- Stockton.
'PHIS highly interesting book contains
120 pages, neatly executed, with Small
Mca typo, on fine pnpor,12mo. Price in cloth
1; in Kluepr$l,2; in half morocco. $1,50.
A lineitil discount clven to agents nnd book4
sclh r-i.by ' A. H. ENGLISH A 00.',
Jan. lat 1W5. No. "S V'nad at., Pius. 1'a.
Sky Light Dguerrotypo Room.
n. W. WISER, respectfully announces
" 'to Iho public, that he has recently refitt
ed and refurn'gl.oil the rooms, corner. Fifth
and Market streets, in a style inferior to nona,
Ho hnspercd no pnina or cxponse to tnaHe' hia
rooms pleasant, where on and all nmy tnk
nlcasitre in visiliiu', and where all who, wUi
may bo supplied with Daghcrrcotypca of the
finest tone, true to the life, nt veiy leasonnblu
rates, and will take great pains lo pleaso all
who may favor hi in with thoir patronage.' '
UTKooms corner of Fifth and! Market streets,
!..., ,i:..i..i., ir.,lni.n. oi. o.. ...
nu iiii.u imi-i j uivi AAi.iaii.i4 n ouou oi.oie
Steubenville and Indiana Railroad.
CHANGE OF. TIME. .
TIN AN I) AlfTEl'.'WElXNEVDAY.June
y22d, 155, Ihe MAIL THAI IT will leave
Sleubenville d.iily (Sundays exeepttii) r.t 7 o'
cb Ck.n.m., nnd arrivint NiVark at 1.5(lo'clnrk
p. m., connectjng with I nin fur
. Jloitut Veriion- Roek Islatid,
Toledo, Saint Louis.
Leave Newark at 12 o'tlof-k sml ar
rives nt Stenlienviile at 7.1" v. m., (I'as
sen'ers by this train leare Ciiiciniuiti at,
G o'clock A. M.) ,
FAPiE. l'roin fsteul-cnville, through
by Rail Road, ." '
To Columbus ?!,-S
" Cinciimnti : G,.ri.)
" Mount Vernon 51,75
" Maiislkdil 4,75
" Sandusky (5,00
" Detroit 7,00
' " Chicago 12,7.ri
" Rock Inland 17,7.r
" Saint Louis 20,75
For through tickets and further informa
tion apply to F. A. Wells, Agent, Steu
benville. The Cadiz Accommodation Train,
Leaves Steubenville daily (Sundays ex
cepted) at 4.05 v. M arrives at Cadiz at
U.4S l. M.
Leaves Cadiz at 8.557 A. M. arrives at
iStcubenville at 10.05. A. M.
James Collins & Co., Freight and Pass
enger Agents, No. Ill and 1 15 Water st-.,
J .' N. Kinney, Freight Agent, Broadway
P. W. Stradcr, Passenger Agent, Droad
Richard Iluuker, Passenger Agent, New
ark. F. A. Wells, do. Steubenville.
Ccu'l IV t and Ticket Agt.
E. W WoonwAUD, Siipcrintchditnt.
May 23, 1855.
Administrator's Sale of Real EBtate.
fS Satluday the 14th day of July
"l85.1, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, on the
J remises, in and near the f illagp of York iu
efTursmi County, Ohio, will be sold to Ihehigh
est bidder the following real cs.tatn,.an the prop
erly of Ciodfrey Miller, deceased, nituate in
said Cnuiiiy, free from doTer, to wit : lieirg
part tif weiion 34, of township S, of range 3,
beginning fur said tract al ll.e north-eait corner
of said section, rimninjjlhcueo norlh dei'ree-i,
West with thu north huundaiy .ihi'ivof, ITa-f,
poles In n post, in llie middle of said north
bound :iry thence south ininuK's eastti poles,
opposite the middle nr the mam str,4et of tho
lown of York, tliencii Mouth 08 degrees east
!:j and 2 10 poles to a post on ihe west bunk of
the run, thence south 1 degree east ami l-lll
pules lo a stone near Ike point,, thence south
7-2JJ degrees east, 102 poles to n point in the
east, boundary of said section, thence until 1
degree west with said casl boundary, I7(i poles
to ihe first, station, txccpiing and reserving out
of said metes and bounds so much of ihe same
as is included within the limits and bo'iudariei
of the town t.f York and as lies west of t he said
lown and bounded by main slreet. conlaining,
exclusive of said reservation 127 acres more
or less, appraised at ."110 dollars.
Also nnnthertract -of land adjoining the above
dcsc.lilic.il tract, and descrilieil as follows : lie
ing pan of section 3."), of township H, nnd range
3, beginnii.g for the same nt the soulb east coi
ner ol said t-cction 35, thence north pnijdiM'rce
west, with the eastern buut.darv of said section.
21 perches to a glone, thence south S!) degrees
West 175 nnd 5-10 perches I'o u stone, thence
south 1 degree east wiih the western boundary
of the south east quarter of said section, 1
poles to the south-west corner of said quarter
section thence north f!) degrees east., w nh ihe
south boundary of snid section, 175 poles nnd
5-1 0 to the first station, contain ing 23 acres-more
or less : appraised at 910 dollar4).
Alo lot-t numbered 45, 4(1, 47, 43, 4D, 50, 51
52, 53,57, 5S, 5U and CO, iu said town of York
each appraised at-lwciity dollars.
Terms of sale: One third in cash, and the
residue in deferred payments of ono nnd two
years with interest from the day of sale, secured
by mortgaso on the premises.
Administrator of Godfrey Miller, dec"d.
June 14th, '55 4-t
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Saturday the 14th day of July 155,
between the hours of one nnd four o'clock
P. M. at the front door of the Conrt House, in
the city of Steubenville, will be sold to llie high
est bidder the following real estate, situate in
Jefferson County Chio, to wit : Lots numbered
123 and 120 in thu town of Steubenville, Lot
No. 123 being subject to the payment annually
to Martha Deveuny tho widow of said Alexan
der Dcvcnny deceased during her life the sum,
of SS., nnd appraised at six hundred dollars.
Lot No. 120 being subject to u like pRymeut of
25 dollars, during the life of said widow aud is
appraised at 2-100 dollars,
A'f kums of Salu. One third cash on day of sale
and the residue in deferred payments of one and
twoycarswitb interest from the day of sale, se
cured by mortgage on the premises,
June 11 I t Hi:xr.vJ. IIl-ki.lt,.
Adniinistralnr of Alex. Devenny, dee'd.
living's Life of General Waliirgton.
fpillrf work will be published in Three
Volumes, octavo, of about 503 pages each,
handsomely printed on fine paper, in large pica
ly -', with l'i'itniils and i'laces end neatly
bound in cloth ; it will niunl in all respects iu
style, of binding, typography, elc, etc , either
ra'scotts or lhancroli. s works.
The lirsl volume will bo ready for unlivery in
about ten days, the second in Align tit , and the
ihird in November, it will be sold exclusively
by agents. Priie !j2 per volume.
Consideriiu' the rqnil-Hfion of ilicni'lior and i
the nature or (he suiiject.. it is conudcnlly ex-
ii'Cled lll'lt ihli sroik n III meet Willi u liearty
welcome from nil classes of tho commniiily. '
Having received tliu agency for the counties
of Jefferson and Harrison, for the sale nf the
itbnvo work, we arc now prepared to receive the
names of those wishing lo subscribe, all orders
by mail promptly attended to.
Specimens of the pri ding, bindary, elc.ete,.
can be seen at our Uooks-tnie.
M "DO WELL A Co.,
June 6. 3mo Market St., Steubenville, 0.
Sevastopol Not Taken !
IEIST, III arlit't street, has in store an
excellent assortment of CONFIXTIOXE
IUES, itc, purchased expressly for this market
Uuisins by ihe pound or box; Crackers, choice
brands; Currants; Candies; Dates; Prunes; Lem
ons; Figs; Citron; Gum Drops; Know Nothings;
Jenny Lind Drops; Cakes of all kinds; Nutsol
nil kinds; Fruits; Fire Crackers, Torpedoes, Ac.
Partiea furnished with Pound, Fruit, Lady Cake
and Ice Cream.
Great inducements-offered to Country merch
ants and others, who wish to purchase by the
quantity. For bargains in Confectioneries, cal
at . FE1 ST'S,
Jan. 1, '55. Market st,-. Steubenville.
Saddle, Harness and Trunk manufac
tory, Wholesale and Retail.
'KO. '57,' Market street, opposite Wash-
ingtoii Hall. Hie uudorsigncd, would4 res
pectfully announce to (heir customers and the
public generally, that they hnVo now iu store a
largn ami splendid assortment of Saddlery,
comprising the following articles:- plain and
Taney Saddle's, Hii'dles, Murtingals, HarnesB
Trunks,-Gollura, Whips, Lushes, Ac, An., nuin
nfsctnred nf tha best material, by thu most ex
perienced workmen. Also, Muttressea of vnri
out kinds, made to order on (lie shortest notice,
i Dcalors in the above articles aro respectfully
invited to call and examine our stock before
purchasing, satisfied that we crm accommodate
ou tint uiosi reasonauie lerms mr casu.
WM. M'LAUGULIN f-ON
atcubcuville, Jan. 1, 1"?55: tint "
) rr lATIST ARRIVAL.
V- if TElfLl?.' ic.ljyis'LAP .
J j AVE , received their, new Spring nnd
'Siirom'rG'ibiUlj to.trl-u-h lliey invite ihe at,
Iciiiion of thu city ; n n il country trade. Icing
determined tnm-ll our goods s low forcASli h
any oilier hous in the r-4.
v ... SJRRL1NO A DCSLAr-.
Steiibenvilln, Hay 1st '5i1.
DONNETS! UOXXKTS !1 A beautiful
"pusortniinr reci ived this dsv by
may l" STlOHLI.Nll A liCXLAP.
hllEH. OOfJI'Si-All the new and varied
-'slyls for suit4 clieap for cah.
may .1 S lhilLIMl fi i-LBLAr. .
liOOTS ANT MIOKf4-' A 'jaigc rwrf.
"'nient of nil Lii.ds for Ladim, 31i.es, Child .
ren, !en ind lioys for sa! as loV ai any dihir
houmt. in the city. ' --.
my 1 STKHLIN0 4 DUSLAP.
(I ATS AN
A good a.-wortment
h:ay Si KIII.1NG &DUNLAP.
I'a UAlUinW CT1CA LIME in stor
and for siilii at
may sTEn.Lij.-y .tot-jriiP.
D ACITES OH hushels dry Pf-aehe junt
may STERLING ar,d DCWUr
pO ORED CARPET CHAIN 603
'-'pounds insl rer.'ifed nnd for Sale by
may . STKhLINU and LTNLAP.
Onn DOZEN BROOMS in utoro and for
may STERLISO and DUKLAP.
"a P 0 R IUM OF F A 8 II I o jr.
THATCIIKR & KEULIN,
Merchant Tailors. .
I1AVE now rcsoivad, direct from I'hii-'-udelphin,
their Spring and Summer stock. f
Goods, consisting in part of cloths, nil shades,
price nod quality, Drub 1)j Kbe and 1 t-ul iun
otlis for summer wear, cassimers, plain, blacic
and fancy, a 4 full complete, and hrauliful hss
ordmeiit uf linen I'antallooiiery. Vestings, Sat
mt plain, fancy aiidliguied Silks, ah cxlensivo
as,oitnient of plain white figured and fancy
innrseilles. Hosiery, Silk, Lisle thread nnd cot
ton,, plain fancy imd figured cotton, Glove",
Plain and colored ki d, .fcilk IJshi thread ami
Under Shirts and drawers, ,Silk, Lislo thread
Gauze Flanncll, Linen, and cotton. . cravat-',
Satin, plain ami figured silks, sf.irfi, Us join
villo "Scarfs, plain and figured Bilk, plain nnd
figured linen hdkfa, hhii'ts, . stand ng slid
llyrou collar'). auM'iiders, etc , a full and gen
eral assortment' ol Gents furnishing Goods, to
which we would most respectfully invite the ai
teiiti in of purchasers callmglhiH way, toei.tni
incour largo and well selected stock, and jinl-jo
for themselves, nil of which Cor tha "one need
ful," the grand cash, we hope to be able lo sell
cheaper than ever before offereif in this market,
T1IATC11EK & KEULIN
Lightning Rock. I "
TflilE undersigned would respectfully iu
form the public that he is prepared to put
up Lightning Rods furnished with Franklin
Tips, lnanulacturcd nt the rily of Philadelphia
Order-, from a distance will beprimrUly nttetnl
ed lu. All woik warranted. It. il. SIillTil.
ul. I'll usiiiit Jeffcrdun co., ohic
Kay 15 0 mo. pd.
0. GARRETT, ha just wcIv-.-d
and now op(n:ng a lar-e and f.,14-
humble stock of Spring Goods, hiivhig been
purchased in the La-tern Cities within the la-t
U days at, reduced prices, I ion prepared tn 'V
er customers greater bnrirniiis than ever. T:
Stock consisis in pan of l'hiin lilack and
cy Colored Silks and Satins, from 50 cts id
s.1, ..ii per yard, btripui nnd liiortd silks, rt-e.
Uhallis Lawns,l3uii gi-, and oilier Dres Ooml ..
cheaper than ever before ofYered in lids marl-tii.
ap. 5, '55. U. G. Gunm, Ko. 100, 3d si..
1IEETING aud Pillow C-.se f-laslti,-,
nil wijths, qualities nnd prices, Sh"fUi.."
Muslin line.riualily, from 8 els. to 1 2 cter. pi: '.
yd.. Illeached Mudin, good article frunifcti;.
to 10 cts. per. yd. Irish Linen, puro liiui-,
from 31 cts. to 75 cts. per. yd.
ap. 5th, '55. II. G. GaI!ri:tt, 3d. st.
t ONNETf , newest stylo, Rcmuet Satin,
Silk nnd Hibhnn, in great vat lety, Collars,
Spencers, L'ndersleeves, hoosiery, Gloves, Milts,
Lace, Edging, silk anil linen linn. Ac. call at,
II. G. GAUUwr's, 3d. atnjet.
"MILLiNERY & MAlTAUMAKlfG";
Misses C KOr.CE ,v P-COTT have en
tered into copartnership in tho above business,
iu New Alexandria, and beg leave to afinontno
to the cilindn-i nnd cominttnity thai they sra
prepnred to give general satisfaction to all who
insy give them a call in their line of buiainesn.
JIlSSES Geoiwe & SCOIT.
New Alexandria, Ohio, April 5, '55.
DUY your soml.sfVuin 11. Cr. GARRETT,
'dealer In Fancy ami Si aple Dry Goods, No.
100, 3d Street, Steubetiville, Ohio, where yo-.i
will find the largest, W'st, mid cheapest slock
of Plain, llliiek, Ijinred, Slriie.l. Watered and
Colored Silks, from 60 cts to one dollar r mi fifty
per yard. Lawn, a fine assortment, nil colors
and qualities, from to 25 Jts. per yar-.f Ha
rage, llerego (trjL.:ih . Plain, Bnrrea smd v "V H A
from HI to 25 cts per yard. Pripts, good Mad
der Colors, Warranted not to fade, from iff 12'
els perj vard. Clmllis, Tissues, all-woll.) D
Lnins nnd Persian Cloths, cheaper thano n.
UU.NN'JiTS AND VARIETIES!
Two Hundred nm! Fifty Bonnets, cmoracing
nil the newest stj-les of the Sexsoi , from 25 ctf
to four dollars each. Cloths, Ciuioiiueres, Cra
vats, Irish Linen, Sheeting, Diaper, Pillow
Muslin, Check, Ticking, Tweeds, Jean. Flan
nel nil colors, UmbrHlus, Parasols,' etc, jfe.'
Also, Hoi-ery, liloves, Sfits, Collnra. Spencers,
Under Sleeves, Linen Cambric, Hdlfs,, minef.
cap uud Velvet Kibboiiw, Fleuncing. HdtMid n tt ; V
Coiion Lace and Edging, uul in a word all tV-o
Goods usually kept in a Fancy nnd Sir-pie Dry
Goods Hon km. can be foifltd hero in Greater Va
riety and at Less Price thau over beifoie o'J.r-
Oil. 11. U. UAUULl I, Jd Sif'tl.
May 8, 1?.')5. . :
'IIIE subrci'iberij have orr lumJ, and in-
tend keeping on hand a good nipp! ot
Com, Oats and Mill feed. Also a good 'H ply
of Groceries, generally kept iu groceiy ''.stub".
lii-liiKciits, rioiilh west corner of 1 Mirth l-.v.l
Adams street, Steubenville Ohio.
Jan. I. Ii5. ME1KLE AND STARK.
Grist Mill and Grocery Store.
T HAVE iu ipera'ion nt- the ''Union
Mill," west end nmiket street a run of store
for grinding com-, rye,4 barley, .be. - I nm pre
pared to sell corn meal, at wiVoIosaIci r retail
at the mill, nnd at my store, where I kerp on
hand family groceries and produce at low pri
ces foi cash or country producs
Steubenville March 15 loux M Fekt.t
IT FiVhcr & Mo Fecly's,' market pfrert
Sleubenville, if not tha larrest. the BL3T
nssorlment of New Boots and Shoos jet offered
In ihe city.' The assortment is complete; sli-i'i--ticles
of metre wear, from t hot-dipper .to tb
California boot ladies, a choice stock of t:n
substantial, the fine end the fashionable, r.lt
wnrranted work, and at Lower Price Tlmu
Ever I For a neat or tasty a substantial boot .
shoe nr slipper st prices to suit the times, 'if
not at a cheaper fi'jur--'the place to buy, anU
the only one where you can get more than the
worth uf your money, where the (lew aud' fresh,
stock are just opened at, 4(
FISHEH A McFEELT'S.
On Market; below Third erred.1
P. S.4-Please call ill a pleasure In exhibit, '
ami no charge made for thy wiiijf goods. - - '
niril Uili 155, ,-) l
House Faintiiig Glazing, &e; t
pKKRV COYIJi.would notify the pub
. , : lio that he in slill ready to wait en his p;
irons in the business of House Painting, Giia
inj, Paper Hanging and Ornlnmg. Sign Paint
iug done by journeymen., Shop on Waikei at-'
sou ill side, opposite Kitgorn's new Hall.
Steuben t tile, Jan. 1, 1855.' 4 "4-"'
'TJN1TED ST ATE3 HOUSE,' " " .
O W. KARL, Proprietor, corner Marv
X ket Hiid'lligh ati-cetSjifeiu'tlro Uiver,3l.-u.
benvillo', Oo. Jail; , '55. -
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