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SCATTER YE SEEDS-
'matter ye seeds, aud flowers will Fp:ing,
Strew them at broadcast o'er hill uud
s. .- tn .! t. nni tiitil Will liDlllf
J U 111 tl lt I If tlliva ilHIV nil! vii.'j
UrijjV. il nver, witli scds toscauor again.
scatter 30 s'eds tio think them lost,
Though they full niuiJ leave aud aro
Luried in earth;
? n!!,? wilt awake them, ;li(iglihecJcs.-J-
And tit beautiful flowers those seeds will
'VtMcr ye wed-Xj-tirc wt, but toil,
'Tu'.ho vo;di't'!i'l,1 't'w tho labor of man,
in thtt head, in tlio l:o.ti t,un4on the earth's
Sow. gather an l row; through' life's own
Sw.itu r ye sun-Is in the field of mind-r-S.icdi
of flowers, with seeds of grain;
iii this spring and summer ttwect garlands
And in autumn ye'll reap rich fruits for
Home and Woman. For the True American
Our homes wbaaro theircorncr stones j "THEtAinOFrHE- FEEE.,r
Knt flu virion nf wninnn. nnrl. An- whirt I
. . 11 1 j Yes, my country Hove.' The land of the fne.
uot-n annul nvit uciu ii:?t, uu uu vui
homes. Must w:not trace alt other bles-
civilised life to the diiors of tur
Ami may heaven, preserve- it, my prayer ere'
May freedoms brave sons, protect her flay ever,
private dwellings? Are mU our hearth- r 'he place where it waves may none ere it
a w ; (
stones guarded by holy forms, conjugal fil-j Mer'
ial and parental love, the corner -fUme of; rjut ,,. n wsWin its beauty and migHt,
Church and State, more sacred than either, 1 And may it be hailed by each true Hoiirwith de-: its weakness and dependence more than in
Times of Trouble.
Times of troublo are times of honesty.
Then men are without art. The prevail
ing temper of tho spirit is developed.
The lover of the world for relief. The
lover of God to Cod. When the heart
most feels its wellness and dependence,
then it voarus most sensibly after that in
which it trusts. And never does it feel'
more ' necessary than both? Let our tc in- light,
nl. nrmnl.1.,. U imr imblie edifices. our 1 May each love his country. a.uKrd her with
halls of justice crumble, and capitals of
state be leveled with the dust; but spare
our homes! Let no socialist invade them
with his wild plans of community. Man
did not invent, and he canuot jmprove or
abrogate tliera A private slieltep to- cov
er in two hearts dearer to each other than
all iu the world; high walls to exclude the
profane eyes of every human being; rccIu-
Aud from foreign invasion that foe still beware-
When from their own nations in exile they roam
But still must they rule? where our sons have a
All! no, may we ever for our freedom still flijlit-
Our Father's have fought, Our brother have
sion enough for children to feel that moth-1 To 8e0ure to us frcedoi!i-nd thin is our pride,
er is a holy aud peculiar name this is j Tl en may Angels waich ovcrit-Tho land of
li.Mim. nii.l li.-rn Jatlu liirtli tilaen of every i the free
port. Oh: spare our homes: luetovewc
experience there gives us our faith in nn
infinite goodness; the purity and ditdnter-
the days of tribulation. If, now, it is true
that afflictions work together for good to'
them that love' God, and it is true that
special intercourse with God, and special
Our country is free brre the oppressed find- a . comforts-are to such the sure fruits of
afflictions, then it is plain that they who
experience them do not love Ilini.
Does a man in the hour of sorrow be
take himself to the throne of grace? Does
he throw himself upon God with the spirit
of a sorrowing, affectionate trustful child?
Does ho find that the hour of troublo is an
hour when he cries, 'Abba Father,' with
unwonted emotion2"When hjs soul seems
sent thought. Here the Church and! A"J,,,ay Heaven preserve it, n.y prayeere.all u4,cd withirf-fiiin by thelivelytcrror of
Itateinustcomo for their origin aud sup- JUoomJiM, July 3, 1855. his secret communion. Does he thuWrow
Efca:t5r ye leec's-the rcc of IIop :
Plant in your bosom tho Tree of Lifo
.l -iicii ti.o flowers here budding in Heaven
And in Heaven will ripen the fruits of
Tl.pn- stfntttr yo seeds e:ch passing year,
Sow amid winds and storms of rain;
1'cj.c give the courage, Faith cast out fear,
God will requite thee with infinite gain.
Ah out Buckwheat.
"Meet Me To Morrow."
Thus said one mail to another in the
esterdav "meet me to-morrow."
Scatter ye seed.-' iu the guden of heart,
&seds of afTce'ion. of truth, and of love,
..1. :..., ...,nr..i!,. .,..,.1, l.;,i,l,.
u,u,a,Bv.ui.r-u , fTtu. nnr street vesterdav "meet ilia to-morrow.'
nd thy flowers will ha seen by angels , , ,
akove. . j earnest of a better world. Iu relations They stood w.th their hands clasped, look
there established and fostcicd, do we find
through life the chief solace and joy of ex
istence. What friends deserve tho name
compared with those whom a birth-right
giC3 us? One mother is worth a thou
sand friends; one sister truer than twenty
intimate companions. We who have play
ed on the sums hearth, under the light of
the same smile, who date back to the
same scene and season of innocence and
Pew crops can he turned to bjtler ac-1 i10p0f t1; rough whrse veins runs the same j birds chant their songs above us, the lrooks" t
count on a po'ir, light gravelly soil, than j i,o0U) d0 we not find that years only make I babble at our feet. Flowers are kneeling! .1
at our path side. Hope nestles in our
ing hopefully seach into the other's face,
as if the flusli of the morrow they waited
for, already crowned ttem with its radi
ance. But with tho utterance of these
words, they broke asunder, each going
his own way who shall say that they may
not clasp hands again on the upper strand
"Meet mo to-morrow!" It is to-day,
now. The sunlight gleam arcuud us, thei
buckwheat. It possesses a chemical ac
tion 011 the soil, by which the coarser par
t id js are disintcgatod, or rendered finer
aud the soil is thereby improved. Pure
morganic earth that is, earth unmixed with
animal or vegetable patter is produced
by the decomposition of fieldspar. Now
isil the quarts aud fielJspar in the world,
Does he find that there is nn unseen
arm buoying him up amfd the - billows?4
that there is a soothing balm upon lis
wounds? that there sceuis to be another
fountain opened within him of peace and
quietness mingled with the fountain of
his grief.' Docs he fiucK that' 'the secret
of the almighty is with him?' and the wit
ness of tho spirit? and a concord of tho'ts
and feelings and afflictions blending them
selves with the deercss and allotments of
God? Does ho thus find comforts from
Surely there must be a medium of com
munication, a bond of union, between him
and God, which cannot exist wiMiout love.
more sacred and moro important the tie
that binds? Coldness may fpring up;
distauco may separate; different spheres poring sweet words as we walk together,
may divide, lut those who can love any-! Hut with all we are not happy; there is a
thing, who continue to love nt oil, must j sceptre standing in our path, with finger
find that the friends whom God himself j lifted, as if beckoning dowu calamity upon
gave, nre wholly unlike any we canchonse i us. It is the Morrow; and however sweet
for ourselves, aud that the yenrnine for these : the music, however grand the light, how-
-whilo existing in the firm.c f rock, will ' js t-nc stroI,g ppark in our expiring afFec-; ever fragrant the perfume, we cannot put
not produce abladeof grass; it- s only wuon tjon 1 away the thought that when to-morrow
decomposed or pulverized, and the finer the
particles, the better the soil
r . ., , . 1 . f mid stop when you reach it. 1 he facul
If a soil, then, is coarse, the subject 01 ' , , . 1
the farmer should be to pulverize it, which , . 1 . . , , , ,
... , , -i.i. quire ot paper, is not good for much. J
cau only be done by somo chemical ap Mi-1 1 , . .
Be CoMritEiiENHivK. Talk to the point
Villi UIIIV uu uuiiu L'J n.;uiu v.ui.miv..ii i' i-n i , , fp
. J , : . , ' , comprehensive in all you say or write. Jo
cation, or the growing of some crop which .... Vl .
. 1 . . , n , , , . fill a volume upon nothing is a credit to
as that chemical power. Buckwheat, by : ' 0
, , ., t i nobody, though Lord Chesterfield wrote n
process yet undiscovered; bin that power j , ,.
, , 1 ... 1 . . 1 1 .-1 very clever poem upon nothing.
cry clever pocinupon notning.
There are men who get one idea into
and the longer it is cultivated, on a given
ntfinft r.f mnmiil ln fln wi
!icles of The soil. It injures land for corn hcad anJ .,linS rf l'"
but leaves it in finer order for potatoes, and ou can see ll i,n;!;ll,r 1 wkn 10
is the best crop to kill out bushes, wiU j their presence. On ad occasions ,,t pro-
grass, and mellow greensward. To fit
tho land for the next succccuin
iu rotation, plow iu a cropof buckwheat bios
conies it will be to-day again, and the
mantle of futurity will have dropped one
more fold one more of its dense, dark
folds around our pathway.
"Meet me to-morrow." These are gol
den words; they constitute a sentence, in
which Hope shines as a jewel iu the tiara
of Kings and wherein Faith gleams as a
star on the mirror of Heaven Brave
words too, are theso for they breathe the
spirit of that courage which defies all cir
cumstance, and braves the perils throng.
! in'' in the aisles of time to come. "Meet
me to-morrow" is a song, a ziralcct suc h as
women of the Jsast sing in joyful days; it
The Grecians plowed the ground three
limes once in the fill, once in tliepring,
and onco immediately before seeding, when
thsy applied the manure.
Mayo, one of the most celebrated Car
thageuian Generals, about the commence
ment of the Christain era; wrote twenty
eight works on Agriculture, which, by or
der of the Roman Senate were translated
Cato, one of the most celebrated Philos
ophers, Statesman, and Gunerals of Home,
derived his greatest lasting, honors for
writing a work on Agriculture.
Anijng the Romans, it was the highest
praise hat could be bestowed on a man, t0
say he was a judicious und industiious farmer.
Cincinnatus was taken from ilia plow, to
command the Roman legions.
Somo years ago a farmer in Frederick
county, Maryland, owed a neighbor $50.
and as he could realize the sura he prompt,
y paid it over. The morning he called to
pay it, his frUnd spared to lo thankful,
remarking that he was also in debt to
another person who needed the money, and
he would take it to him. This remark
started a train of thought in the mind of
tho first person, who said, to 'himself why
here is $100 paid with 5 J. I will at once
follow up this matter and sec where it will
end. He then followed up payments of
duccd, till it is worn as thin as charity.
Thev remind us of a twentv-four Bounder
cr0P 1. ; :..-l.l v'.. u....
I O I ia on noatPMnii nt r-uMi ciioli 11a rhn tmirrora
a tremendous noise, sec a volume of smoke, !
, , . , . . , . jinadoevcn with the banner of flame wrap
but you look in vain for tho effects. The ; c ,
, . i pod around them, fetill, the song at times
bird is scattered to atoms. 1 : . . . , . , . , . . .
. , , . , T . , , has a sob in it the eye from which faith
Just so with the idev It is enveloped . y, ,
K3rPlnnilpRt.inn fiiurtshir.s arc not onlv
hearts. Love leans upon our arm, whis-! ,. , , . t ,i .
I ' .l,Mlinii,irolilo nrifl nneertnin as to their rcs-
Vtt.l-'tiv'l ... ....
ults, but a bae fraud upon tho confidence
of parents. They arc in all respects dis
creditable, because however pure and sin
cere, the concealment implies a doubt of
the iutegriry of one of the parties. Ki'hcr
the man is ashamed of the woman or the
womau ashamed of the man, or somebody
interested is ashamed of one of tho other
of them, or they design to deceive a con
fiding parent or guardian but look at it in
any light, the proceeding is the reputable.
The young woman compromises her reputa
tion for "people will talk," scandal will
originate and society, detesting sccresy in,
the affairs of the heart, is prone to be cen
sorious, and the mun, if not restrained by
some purity of principle, is ever ready to
regard the woman with suspicion at least.
They think with Brabantio, that if a girl
deceives her parcntc, she will deceive oth
ers. So, cirls, havo a care that in attemp
ting to deceive others, you aro not yourself
iu a cloud, and lost amid the rumblings of , , , , , t
' . , , alwavs be hopeful the heart cannot a
words uud flourishes. Short letters, ser- ' , , TI . . ,
, , , , ; ways be clad. Hence is it, that ''.Me(
JOQ.y SDANC. JAVW M. SHANK
J. & J. SHANE.
A TTORNEI'S and Counsellors at Law;
will promptly attend to (ill buRinex en
trusted to litem. Office, KiL'ore bu:ldittr,
aiarKei oireec, sieubenvuie UI110.
January 1, 1855.
J. H. MILLKR. R. 8IIEKRABO; j
MILLER & SKEEEAED,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
xx AT LAW. Office, Market rtreel, opposite
Washington Hall, Steubenville, Ohio. Prompt
attention to collecting and securing clHims.
Agents for obtaining Pensions and Bounty
Lands. Land Warrants bought and sold.
January 1, 1855.
A. HV DOHSMAN & Co.,
pORWARDING & Commissson Mer
chants, for the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon,
Lard, Butter, Wool. Seed, Dried Fruits, Salt,
Nails, Window Glass, Merchandize aud Produce
in general, Steubeuville, Ohio.
Frailer A Drennen, Steubenville, 0.
II. H. Collins, Pittsburgh. Penn.
Wm. Holmes & Co., do.
Hngea Frazier, Cincinnati, jan.ll
COUTH FOURTH ST.. STEUBKN-
10 VILLE, Ohio. All kinds of Marble Work
done to older. On hand at. all time, Water
Lime, Plaster Paris, and the best quality of
Grind Stones. L. BORLAND.
Seuhenville, Jan. 1, 1855.
J. CM' CLE ART,
ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY
x PUBLIC, Warrenton.Ohio, will carefully
attend to all business entrusted to him in the
counties of Jefferson, Harrison and Belmont, in
the State of Ohio; and Brooke and OhiTcoun
ties, Vn. Office opposite tho Western Hotel.
January 1, 1855.
Sr. Louis Kells.
"IT AVING concluded to remain in Stcu
benvillu, will continue the practice of
med icinc and nursery as heretofore.
Office Market Street, opposite Washington
Rksidkxcs Gth Street, Korth of Washington.
Dr. John MeCook.
fkFFICH on the second floor in front of
" the Union Ofiicr, 3d street Steubenville,
and opposite the Citizens' Bank.
Office hours from 8 a. m. ntitil 12 a. m., and
from 1 p. in- until G p.m. At all other hours,
unless necessarily absent, he mny be found by
those requiring his professional services nt. his
resilience nn 4ili street, three doors soulh of the
Catholic Chapel and opposite the North Public
sehool house. nm il 04 '55 3t.
J. C. CABLE, M. D.
rkFiflCE at his residence, ou Fourth, bc
" I wwn Market and Washington Htreels.
SicTilx'ti villc. Jan. 1, '55.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Transportation Office, S. & I. R.R. )
Steubenville, April 16th 1855. I
FREIGHT TRAIN is now running
to Newark, learing SteuWnville daily,
(Sundnys excepted,) at 5 o'clolk a. m.
Shipments to all stations, rxeent TTn ionnort.
Cadiz, Falrview and New Market, Urichtville,
Port Washington, Niw Comerstown, Lafsyette,
1 vi:ii. n 1 xi J 1.
must be pre-paid.
Shippers will please ooncludclheir iliipment
and receive tneir cotisignmeut previous to
o clock eacn evennifr.
ap 17, 1855. General Freight Agent
chaslks r. Tiui ntu. robkrt s. wupDtor
THACHER ft W0DDR0P,
WHOLKSALE BOOT, SHOE AND
1 1 RUNK WAREHOUSE, No. 101 Arch
street between Third and Fourth, up airs; four
doors below Union hotel Philadelphia.
January 1, 1855.
M D0WELL & CO.,
Biiokirlhrs, Stulinntr; 1'nper Denlert, Blank
Book Mdimfaclurrrs and Book Binders,
TJEALKRS at Wholesale and Retail, in
School, Classical, Medical, Theological,
Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, Ruled and
I'iain Cup, Post and Note Papers, Printing and
Wrapping Papers, Wall Papers and Borders,
School, Counting-House and Fancy Stationery.
Merchants and others desiring to purchase,
will do well to rail and examine our stock.
The highest market price paid for Rags.
'DO WELL ,fc CO,
North Ride of 'iikcf, above Fourth stiteet,
Steubenville. Ohio. Jan. 1, '55.
tuons, speeches, and paragraphs, are favor
itcs with us. Commend us to the young
man who wrote to his father, "Dear Sir, 1
ain going to le married;" and also to the j
old gentleman, vh replied, Dear Son, go
111c to-morrow" is sometimes uttered with
fear and trembling, so that it sounds more
like a dirge than a sung of Hope.
"Meet me to-morrow." The Alma tree,
Nienhoff tells us, is always filled with bios-
C1.l 1 I -1
3..i .. il.,, ,1,, ; Bonis, co is tne neart 01 men woo can
more than they say. The half is not told I alwaJ'9 uttcr "Mcct 11,0 to-morrow" in the
in their cases. They are worth their ca!m confidence that come what may, be
ei.rht in told for every purpose in life. wI1Ile FcPavcd thcrcfur that however
Reader, be short; and wc will be short with Jark y bc tb; cluutls or lwwcvcr lr!Sht
the advice ; t'10 fiuns"'lic) wltu a w'u l)0 Wun-
J Such a man dwells in a realm, brighter
Tears o To-DAT.-Therei. tearof, and purer than the valo of Ro,ct(aj fiIIed
joy and a tear of grief. The tear of to-1 u ms wUh turtle.dovcs. for Il0 has
day may not bo forced by the same cause , grcat gingin.m cuDtiuual.
which overflowed the eye yesterday. A j , )ms(, of 'tho an,rc,s
tear may be sent up from the heart by I W10S0 m)gcrs nre twinining around him
joy or sorrow. 11 is me same ikjuiu uia-
: t . 1 .1
" 1,1 c""er casu' luuu anr UUT the loves nf the IIolv Ones whose allsr
the cheek has a language of its own. It j ar(J p,nntcd on
speaks to persons of all nations. It is in-1 Mect me to-morrow." Time is pass
terprcted readily by persons of all coun-. , , , . .
tries. The tear of to-day means joy or s,ll)g?011ic go,Jon oprK)rtuni,T ig lo8tfor.
sorrow. The face adov n which a tour j CTCMK)1110 new pitfan yawnil in our p..,.
runs tel!s whether it swings from the foun- Areweprcraringfor the of
tain of joy or grief. A tear draws forth , nomm, Uc yoan Aq mt a iWT
sympathy because it is the emblem of Love, j tU hU'm q m do U(jt cme
of Hope, or of Grief. When it is ur i oring from Qur llcart8 Silently, but sure
gvuf our pulse beats faster, for our heart ! ,v nro uu . ,...,..
I is agitated and touched deeply. The true ghor() whcre ,ho bar()UC8 of Uliirillg bo.
Glue for Plants.-H is reported that,
in France, for theggenerality of flowers, and
more especially for the most delicate speci
mens of the lily tribe, common glue, dilu
ted with a sufficient portion of water, forms
a richer manure than guano, or any other
yet discovered; plants placed in sand, or
the worst soils, display more beauty and
vigor, when watered with this composition,
than those grown in richest mold, and spiin
kled with water.
Equity in law is the same as spirit is in
religion, what every one pleases to make it,
sometimes they go according to conscience,
aud sometimes according to the rule of court.
M00DEY & ELLIOTT,
ATTORNEYS' AT LAW, Steubenville
Ohio. Office corner ol Market aud Fourth
streets, second story. Jan. 1, 1B55.
DE. S. EOTHACXEB,
OFFICE South Fourth St., near Conn's
Dry Good Store, Steubenville, O. Jn. 1.
, , , 1 . , , .. , . .ji'TEA 5chestssupeifiiieGreenand Rlack
by day.and by night the symphonies aud I T,. jui)t reCoivt.d L
Boots! Boots!! Boots!!!
TTAS on hand, and is manufacturing,
Gents' Freneh Calf Stitched and Pegged
Kip and coarse Boots and Shoes. Also, Ladies
Misses and Childrens Gaiters, Kid, Morocco
and Cnlf Boots, Buskins and Slippers ; and
keeps in store a large stock -f Eastern work of
the latest style, all of which he will sell low
for Cash, at his fashionuMc Bout and Shoe store
Market Street, Steubenville, Ohio.
Feb. , Kio-Jmon.
New Boot and Shoe Store.
P A. TONNKR has ou hand the larg
est and best assortment of Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Caps that havo ever been offered in
this part of the country. s he is doini; exclu
sively a cash business, he ran and will sell
wholesale and retail cheaper than any other es
tablishment in the city. All who wish to pur
chase, will please call at the new Boot and Shoe
Store or K. A. TUMVfcJt,
Market strpet, between Fifth and Sixth.
SicnlKMiville, Jan. 1, 1955.
NEW SPRING GOODS"!
NOW OPKNKD AT
DOUGHERTY & BROTHER'S,
A large and splendid stock of Goods in the la
die a' bepiirtii'enl ; also, a very heavy stock ef
Goo Is foj men and hoys wear, in our Ulolh and
Clothing room, winch will be sold at low prices
o su it the times.
N. B. 5000 yds. Carpeting of every gralc
ant) pattern, which we cau dispose of at prices
to sur, everybody.
SIotc Rooms Corner 3d. and Market street
opposite Public Iluildin.
pril, a j 1110. UUU UHJUt I 1 & 15KU.
SICKLING and DUN LAP.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Steubenville.
Ohio. OlKcc under Kilgore Hall, Market
Jan. 1, 1:55.
AYSTER AND CONFECTIONERY
SALOOX, WjuI'ATruisox, Proprietor, op
posite CilizensMJank, Third si reel, Steubenville,
Ohio. Oysters wholesale and' retail. also,
Toysand Notions. Jaiwl, 1855.
JAMFH' ONEAU GEOHUSiO'nKAL
J J. & G. O'NEAL,
? (Unr.CAtnnrt tn Alnxanriflr TtoTlS,)
ft -jj "r. . .: ,,ihivrn v.
LVE 'nre' now receiving one of the lar
gest and best selected Stocks of
ever before dfleml. Oor Stoek ii all now th a
Spring, and comprise the latest and best styles.
It consist in part of
of new and beautiful design.
PARLOR DRAWING ROOM,
in every variety of style and quality!
GILT, SILVER, VELVET
COMMON BORDERS. OF NEW STYLES.
Transparent Window Shades, Figured
auu a iiuu, wiui cuvuhub patent xix'
tares; Plain, Green, and Blue, and
FIGURED WINDOW BLINDS,
and Fireboard Screen, in great variety of pat
terns. With an extensive assortment to select from,
ve expect to please those who mny give us n
11 M'DOWELL A Co
Booksellers, Stationers and Paper Dealeu,
Market Street Steubenville, Ohio.
March, 1 1855.
O. & J. SCOTT.
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SKIING
10 cases of ne n goods now received and
" opening at the old stand, comprising the
the richest and most fashionable selection of
Dress Goods, millinery, straw goods and Trim
mings of the present season. Having been pur'
ehased at the present greatly depressed rices
in New York and Philadelphia waare enabled
to onerour customers greater inducements than
ever. SILKS. Good black silks from 62 to
1 ,75. Plain colored black silks from 75 to 1 ,25
Striped and bar'd dn. Satin de cheue, pure
satin black and white watered aiantilla silks tc
Challis, Persians, the richest and most beauti
ful rhnllis. Persians, all wool delaines, bar'd,
striped, do. gingham's, prints Ac. Good prints
Helling at 6 to 8 cents per yard, fine from 10 o
rj'-o. MUSLIMS and SHDUTIAUS Goodyard
wide muslins at Q cents, heavy sheetirgs at
8 cents por yard. Bleached muslins, good ar
ticle at fine do 8 to 10. Extra 12 to 15c,
Pillowrsatt muslin flnil linnmi slipotinir Charts
8. COURSE Y, tickings and flannel's at very low prices. Mil-
BARBER and fashionable hair dresser, linnery gooda, 50 cartons of NEW BONNET
Rasors set, and all kinds of Surgical in r'bb,"8 ,n ev?ry. 40 P Silks
struments put in good order. Room under of the most desirable colors. Crapes. Paltoiit
the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market St.. near !",a rmrences. !oo canons rrencn ana Amer
the Washington hall, between 3d. and 4th.st. "jf"1 . lo B''et Frames neatest shapes.
Rpni 5th, iraa V"" ""-- ." -
v ; 3 ri ' nniKS. Merchants and Milliners supplied at
U. S. Shavuig and Hair Dressing Eastern piices. silk and STRiW BO-
Emporium. NETS. 20 cases of the newest shapes and
LEWIS STEVENS would respectfully styles of Hprlng bonnets, good bonnets from 25
inform his friends and the public that h. cents to one dollar, fine do from one dollar to
has taken a room adjoining the U.S. hou comprising tng isrii traws, sw.ss braids
mi ipto hA U r?n, v at n II limps to wail on hll nrn '" wnm nw
patrons In his line, in the most polite manner, '"fh "ft'" fhest qualities from
end would be ph ased to receive a liberal share to the finest French bonnets ever
AUTHORS, ATTENTION !
. .MAGNIFICENT l'RIZESI
ITo eticourage the literary talent of the
country, as well as to secure the best s-vsi
able matter for their columns, the proprietor
of the New York Saturday Courier have deter
mined to award a prise of One Hundn d Dol
lars for the best, and Fifty Dollurs for the see
oud best tale tlist la forwarded (post paid) to
their o tries on or before the 1st of May ni xt.
Said stories mny be in any style, may be lues-'
ted in any country, or relate x any- period
they must make not less than K column of
the Coi-rie. Each must be accompanied by
IhenHtne of its author in a sealed envelope,
All tales handed in are to become the property
of the paper, and will be used in its columns if
deemedworthy of publication. The sward will
be made without reservation, by a committee
of gentlemen, whose high literary standing will
be a guarantee of the sincerity and fsirjirss of
this proposal. Their names areG. Pay 11 Quack
eiibos, formerly Editor nf tlie N. 1. Literary
American. Chsuncey C. Burr, Editor of the
N. Y. Nations! Democrat, and the Editor of the
N. Y.Saturday Courier. Knowing that tale
writers who complete for newspaper prizes are
often disappointed by the chicanery or dishon
esty of the parties concerned, the undersigned
would add their personal assurance that the
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end the award wili be a fair one if it is in the
power of human effort to make it so.
send 111 your manuscript on or Dei ore the ist
QTCountrv Editors mny secure a regular ex
change by inserting the above, together with
tins clause. )
F. J. VISSCHEK Co., Proprietors,
346 Broadway, New York.
april 24th lew.
opened in this city. TaiJiJir.iBs, The finest
stork of Dress Trimmings of every thing new
aud desirable. Embroideries of the finest qual
ities frence collars as low as ec aud upas
i.:..i.a.'. en.l : l .. i T
J. R. SLACK & CO..
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS and high $5,50 chemists under sleeves, iacinet and
PAPER DEALERS, Market streer, nbov. "v.ss insertiiigs Ac L.sle l hresd. silk ad best
ide. Steubenv l e, Ohio, keep V """"V ' F.
land and for sale, a large and " " "? 9..6 Pr- "0-. th.
ck of Miscellaneous and School "'" f 7""" "" ."r
. .. .., . buildiiiL'. onu door west of our nr-snnt .tara
)U, iwVIL?,TIaM W ANK ro0"'. '"A- "re fiedup inth.
rmng and VV rapping PAlEKS, BLANK , A ,
)OkS. etc, e c; all f which thy w .11 , ..I flm,vs hJ fi rf f our
Fourth, soulli si
constantly on hand
BOOKS : Plain and Fancy STATIONERY : K",ld,"& ?T"T"e . .0ULPrf8ent.,t0.ra
". ' . r -.1,- . ui 1- 1 Hours w nre iiiivinif nueu up lor our nilllinerv
Oil 1116 IIIOSV lavomuio lenui ok non wr j !,-; ,i ..;
1 iu'niuiivniniiM iM nivuiiu tllQ nci IIIC9 UI
lt ""' - ... . I Nn aiYtuifiimnori milliiuP frnm mi Af tbn
Uotintrr nicrcimmii anu muw warn m v i r-.,i.i..i.i.s ;n:... . ... i :.
.. . . . 1 1 lumiiuiimiie iiiiiiiur j caiuuiinmiivutn iu lliecilr
supplied at very low wholesale prices. f K y fc Bll,ferintcnd thnt A,mT,ieJ
J. K. S. t Co. are prepared to furnish the
best American Magazines, as early as tliey can
be received by mail. They also keep on hind
a choice supply ,of Siikkt usic Jan. 1, 03.
WrASHINGlON HALL Building,
formerly occupied by J. & D. Scott, i
st,, Steubenville, olno
iV IUVU V4lunv UJ jjnj iuuiivu In, 111 ' 11' 1 3tdtt" i
debts by thU one note of $50, until he tra- fecll"g of t!lu hcarl U SCf " wlll.cU i fore uh have dropped their anchors in the I Mission MERCHANTS , A Steam
J v ' i;limvw :n t ... on. th-it 1 I tin biiirht win-', - i . .,i ... i Ware house comer of Murket and Wati
ccdittothclargcamonntofe3,75U!wlicn 1"lSe,3I,ltl,0C3L'll'dt "Ulu luU; I bosom of tho "still waters." Shall we ; W.rf boat at Merket street Uudfiig
it rot out of his reach do,v of 1,10 s'ju1, ' lhe luaH f ,0"'i',y, 1 ! not strive so to live that wo may go up I i. 1H55.. .
N h-en U tb mni'.ih nivos Tl n bill i '" sPrini from K1'"1' '" to-mor,ow I fcarlcsSlv to the Krcat mcctiiic of the Etcr-
which, if he pays promptly, will be paid ' lc awa' rai,,bow f PcaUC' nal Morrow; daring, with unblanehed face,
byli-toC.andHOou through the ffllolo Unppiness and prosperity. A.Z , to .confront the records of tho buried
alphabet, aud it will be surprising to every ''""' eli!Lf!!ii!J . I years which shall come up, at tha rjsur-
BTANT0N ft M'COOK.
ATTORNEYS AT JiAW, Steubenville,
Ohio. Office on Third street, lietween
iu the penciled leaves of flowers, the j conversation here below? Xtmrk Mtr-1 .M'.8t1'!': Ja,i'.1-.j5.'
one what a small amount is 'necessary to. Realty. There is something in beau-; rection call, from their graves along our!
pay off hundreds of thousands by keeping i ty whether it dwells in the human face, J path to bear testimony as to our life nd
the 'ea";lo ou the wiujr. Now when the
money niarhet is so tight, aud the banks
are unable to discount all tho paper offered,
let persons begin to pay their bills, and by
doing tbi they themselves wijl be paid
back iu turn. It is a machine which feeds
itself, and propels, by offal, tho execution
UNITES STATES UOTJSET
1 W. KARL, l'roprietor, comer Mar
ket and High streets, near the River, Slim
K. M. KTAVTOX
Jan. 1, '55.
O. W. MCOOK
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS I !
TjMSHFR & M'FKULY have just re
ccived, and are now opening a prime lot of
Boots and Shoes of every variety, to whicli
thev invite '.ho attention of their frionds and
the public iu general. Having purchased for
cash we will be enabled to oner greater induce
ments than ever.
Ladies' lasting Gaiters from 1.25 cents tip
wards. Childrens' Shoes, from 25 cent up
wards. Trunks, Carpet Bags, etc., allow pri
ces. Call then on V1SIR A MrFEELY,
nar. 2!) 1855. On ynrket elt. sbw Third.
npilK American Monthly Magazine for
March, Devoted to Literature, Biography,
Sketches, Slories, Travels, Adventures, Arts,
Sciences, General Intelligence, fcc. Together
with a variety ofedilorinl;correspondence, mis
cellany, the whole making, when bound in a
volume, ns large a collection of good reading
matter as can be found in any Magazine in the
country. The present number contains a life
like portrait of General Sam Houston, together
;- iiiotrrnphTiii sketcn. iKsus$jper year
in advance. Single copies cents. A lfoei
al discount made to nirents.
AuhM s. Hood, smart, industrious agents
wanted in every town and city in the United
Si ntes Office of the Magazine, 5 and 6 Scolluy's
liuildillg, Tremont Kow.
JAMbS 8. 1 U 1 1 Llii & CO
Send in your orders as soon ns possible.
li r.ix YAl h AUJSm i S.
Boston J. Fedcrlien 4 co., Fetridge & co.,
and Win. V. Spencer.
Pew Yorkitoss t Jones.
Bhilndi'lphia J. . Huberts & to.
altimore Wm. fc). Crowly, t co.
when wo will be enabled to supply our enstom
ers with every thing new and desirabls in that
department. li. Ji J. .St I T.
ilarch, TJ IH.'io.
Marvin Warieu of Rellefontaine, O,
l-t .m,iprl I i nrirnst. host and elieancst uua l"M"vu u i-uuiruicv. kjiiu
Stock or Boots, Shoes, Tnniks, Carpet Bags, rcctions desicncct to be a complete cuide
etc., ever offered in this market. The subscriber to Justices aud others, under the Liquor
I . S....J ... .1.. I.....:....... nn ftl.n P..!. fi.,.. - - . . ' .. . ' .
,s uerin.mu t u . uu..,.r.. ... jaw nf 1S;H. UcltaS lllSSCCOnd CCll-
tem and offers great inducements to Cash Buy- . . ... .
... . .... j. i, . . 1 rinti nnu rtn hnnd wlni.li nrnttainu mil IIia
ers, and win niase it ine imerest oi an to pat- - .....v.. ....
rouize the City Boot aud Shoe Store. lato decisions ot tne oupremo Uotirt upon
y. It: D. SC0T1. the Bubiect, together with a copy of the
' . ' w . . .
SERMONS FOR THE PEOPLE, act.
By Hev T II. Stockton. The work is indorsed for correctness by
THIS highly interesting book contains s'o twenty-uve aote lawyers residing ia
i-in r.in nnotlv ,.T.vntirl . with Sinsll everv Dart of the State. The following-
Pica tvpe. on fine PHper,12mo. Price in cloth resolution was adopted bv the State Tem-
. - .i m ;.. - A Cll ... . . . .
i;,n wrap, !,; ..inn .u. pcrance Convention, held at Columbu
A 1 beral discount given to agents and book- r , ,,,, . ' 10kc i i j
sT-lkmby A. II. ENGLISH fc CO., the '22d of hebruary 1855: -Resolved
Jan. 1st 1855. No. "d Wood st-Pitts. Pa. tlintitie "Jegal terms' prepared by N.
Sky Light Dguerrotype Room. nrrcn' j;' fonta.t.etor procecd-
XV WlSh'.U. rnsnoo.tf.illv unnniinflns " w . . vui'J jjuui xiu, uo rcc-
"to the public, that ho has recently refitt- commended to the temperance men through
cd and refurn a! ed the rooms, corner Fifth out the State.
and Market streets, in a style inferior to none. I'RICE OF THE WORK. -ingle Copy
00 or 25 cts. per
00 or 20 cents per
00 or 15 cts per
finest tone, true to the life, at vety reasonable copy. Sent to tiny part of the state at iny
rates, and win line great pains 10 piewa ... cxpcnso Bn(J r,sb 80on M ordered With
W in mny lavor n ni wmi ineir unirouugr. .l i j ft i -n i
1J.' ' ....... I . " ... . I t.hn mnnev enelnsen. loin. Iota or nut.
rrK.tfinu fnmitr ii Mini snii niitruei iirenis. i - - --- j ' ., v.
immediately over Halstcd's Shoe Store ago stamps, will be sent at my risk by mail
Steubenville, Jan. i. !. it properly enclosed. All orders directed'
Wholesale Dm? House. 800,1 ,0 M- Warren, Attorney at law, Bel-
Hehasperednupninsorixponse to nuke Hi" 33ets ; Four copies $1 .
rooms pleasant, wnere one ana nu nmy isr , Vnrtv -nnioa
nwrl in visiting snd where all who wish coPy OlfJ copies fi,
mav I lunched with Dairuerreotypes of the copy 1 Sixty copies $1),
spaikling surface of the hparkling foun- i cury.
tain, or that aspect which breathes over its j
state, that u-.akes us n.ou.u its ruin. J -An Irishma" in Rhoda Is,n"J M
should not envy that man his feelings whe bout n-ying a girl who had a pretty sum
could see a leaf wither or a flower full i of ony- Now the priest, hearing of this,
good tho paymcut of even a Mnall bill
will accomplish in thecomiunnity.
Tho rjnl honest man. however plain or
wmple lie appears, has that highest species,
honesty itself, in view; and instead of out
ward forma iury metrics, is struck with that
. of inward character, thn harmony aud num.
hers of tho heart, and beauty pf the afh c
tiuns, which form the manners and conduct
ui a truly setial Ufv. t Mufct'th rf
without a slight tribute of regret. This
of grcnt exploit. As a word to the wise is j tender interest is the beauty ot becoming
ever sufficient, wo think it ouly necesssary jriief and affection, for Nature iu adversi-
to give this to our business men who will j ty ,lcvcr deserts us. She conies more near
Lo able at onco to tee the vast amount of j , o . . , ..
turn uui nuiJviTj tinva jvajiii uo mnaj
from tho paths of disappointment and pain
into her soothing recesses, allays the an
puish of our bleeding hearts, binds up the
wounds that arc inflicted, whispers the
meek pledges of a better hop?, and in
harmony with a spirit of still holier birth,
points to that home where decay and death
can never come.
fiNothing hut a gocd life can fit men
fir a diet ten nie.
desired to get a piece of the money, and
told tho bridegroom be would chargo $25
for performing the marriage ceremony.
"It's rather high, your reverence," said
'Then I'll not irarry you,' replied the
'Very well, your re'vcrcnc, I'll go to some
'I'll excommunicate you.'
'I can go to another church.'
'Thero's plenty of others, your reverence;
and I've been thinking, your reverence,
that the churches and girls aro very muoh
alik if ono won't have yc another will.'
li. THATCH Kit. O. B. KSBL1N
Thatcher & Xerlin,
JYfERCIlANT TAILORS, Th'rd St.,
second door below Market, Steubenville
Ohio, keep constantly for sale and make up to
order, Uloths, Lasstiueres, and Vestings. Also.
Suspenders, Gloves, Shirts, Cravats, Hosiery
and furnishing Ooods generally. HJ Orders
respectfully solicited. Jan. 1, '55.
TIIK subscribers have on hand a large lefoninioc, Logan Co., O. with money en
and well selected stock of Drugs. Chemi- dosed, will receive prompt attention, small
ils, Paints, Dye Stuffs, Oils, Varnishes, Brush- orders as well as large ones.
.Patent Medicinos, Perfumery, Surgical In- fcT 5th, 1855. M. WARREN,
ruinents, Daguerreotype stock, Glassware, etc.,
etc., which they offer very low either wholesale AURORA,
or retail. Dcolers w.n tind it to their .merest . NEW COOKING STOVE, new in
to examine our mock aim prices, . we r M dwign ,nd principle, lor burning Coll, his-
.v, ........ v.. v.. , " V. . 1 1 nn rrtra larirB oren. a t?oii draft, and eaaur
w est. Orders promptly executed, iua persona. , ; , , fc
turn nn vai.I (a blunninrr I .... . . . r
stteniion nniil to shinmntr.
DHUG kMPOIUUM,Marketstret two doo'
below the Jefferson Branch Bank.
hrsiko A MELV1ST.
Steubenville. .ln. 1.1855.
Wesley Starr & Sons,
TORACCO AND GENERAL COM
MISSION MERCHANTS, No. 4 Light St.
Wharf. Baltimore, attend to the sales of To
bacco and all kinds Western Produce, Pro'
visions, bc., Ac lan. 1, o5.
JOUX A. DIN'OIIAM. w. B. LI.OTD
BINGHAM & LLOYD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offioeatthe
corner of Third and Market streets, oppo
site the Court House, Sloubenville, Ohio.
January 1, 1855.
The Green Mountain Rotary.
4 COOKING S'l O VE designed for far
mers and hotel keepers, burning wood snd
coal, and Kiinrantied to ir'tvti sstisfaction to pur
chasers. Also Mic air tioiits large nvit and
the Star of the West. I'll e stoves are far ahead
of any yet introduced for baking snd roasting,
in respect to saving fuel and for durability in
unequalled. Manufactured by A, Bradley,
nttsburgn. I no sutucrioer Keeps constinity
on hand a lnrge assortment of all kinds of tin
Sheet-Iron and Brass Ware. Persons in waut
nf anything in his line will save money by civ.
ing nim a can. opoiiuug roonug ina nn iinas
of job work dono to order and at the lowest pri
ces. The highest prices paid for old copper A
. . n. oi . .1 j it. . i !.
pewrer. outre oouin iu street neanv opposiia
the Nortoi House. J.H.LINDSAY,
pril 24th 1855.
tations of all, and sruarsnteed to give sitisfac-
w ...... - . . .
lion tn tho purchaser. Will you call and leeitr:
ns. a and 4 nitra uosi uook stoves.
' 1 " a Hartley " do.
" 3 " 4 Air Tight Wood do.
" S " 4 Premium, do. do.
1 ' 9 K Cook or Bachelor Stover
Egg, Parlor snd Chamber Stoves of beawtift
design, Fancy Orates, Fenders, etc., etc., all
reduced prices, at the Ohio Foundry Warerooms,
Market street. SHARP ft CRAIG.
Steubeuville, Jan. 11855.
Corner of Market and Ohio sts ; (For--niprltf
nprnpiAil v .Intin S T.AV pan
-j , j - j i "-.,
Wm. Milloax, Prop'r Cadiz, o.
STThe above named house has been- thor
Dry Qooda at Reduced Prices.
ALEXANDER CONN invites the at-
"teiii'iou of hU numerous customers and ths
publie generally, to the fact, that he is now di
Dosinc of the halance nf hi-i largo and attrac
tive suick of Winter Dry Goods at great reduc
tions from former rices. The assortment com
prises in part, French Merinon different shades
snd qnelilies, Coburgs, Paramettas, Thibet Me
rinoes, Persian Twills, Wool Delaines, figured
and Dlnin Cashmeres, Bombazines, black Dress
Silks, plain, barred and figured fancy, plaid and
nmna UO., ui ng..ms, s nn... e-e.,elB. Also, , , fi j d d j
full a,,,! -nmnlein nssortinpnt of h.mh rnidpnes. .. " ... 1 J ' .
v... . V; . i"r ij:i.i... i L ...j tj..:" n win ne paiu to supply me wants of the
W. CUL. GASTON,,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Steubenville.
Ohio, ltefers :o lion. Wilson Shannon,
rfnn.. Win. Koiiuom. sr.. Hon. Beni. 8. Cowan,
and Hon. T. L. Jewctt. Office on Market it.
below Third htreet. J""-1. 5j
vviiite U.K.US, ..... uroje. , ..a po"'. traveling community. The stabling is large and
i r.mii.ings. """.. . - extensive. A ibcrcl share of patronage is re-
lmW lyol0..?. C! T.T'Jll Pectfully solicited. WM. MI LLIG AN.
fine Broche, Thibet, Cashmere and the Bay Stat. Xdi76'. march Slst'SS-tf
tiOllg Jliawis. ai. uui unuui ritvuciiw iiiut. . mjiv -
of Houiekeepins; Goods, comprising nearly eve- WAWTJil).
ry ihin in tho Ury Uoous line, needeu m rim- JN UMlfMl ot enterprising AGENTS,
iliei. Onllaud examine before purcluslnj else- to either by subscription or at sight,:
here. -...,.." 'Coltow's U. S. Guatckb," a highly valuable
and popular work ; which has given general '
-aiinini-Liuii wuer?vr circuiaieu. nnu is sn in--
dispensable appendage to every man's Libmy
8outh west corner Fourth and Market sts.
Sleubenville, Jan. I, le55,
I. 0. 0. F.
Closing up and Selling Out.
. Great liiiryaiui bifort. going East.
T ALLEN announces to the Ladies and
" Gentlemen of the city and vicinity, that ha
has commenced selling oi the balance of a
lnrge and beautiful, stook of Dry Goods, sem
nsitls.also 30 reiniiniils- csrpots, Sslo to con
tinue for 9 weeks. All who ire anxious to get
good bnrgains will rail st the store of J. Alien,
corner 3d street, near market, Sloubenville..
March 2'J, 1855.
UTimnrtTl VMflAMPMKNT Wo S T Men of experience iu this business, mSy flnd
No ? 3- ..end flS'ri'Jr profitable employment, as a liberal commii-
t - CPi,TevwS7 . i! i a Urth Bio" will be allowed.- For further particMlars
Fridays, at 6J oelc el k. p. in., in Jefferson add W. F. MeMASTERS, Local Ag't
T.mtiT- vooms. on Third Street, over Garrett'i ,o Voii a.Zl ,;n ftn.v
" n i l n n n.. r. . . I
Store. 1J. B. Burcnaro, . r., ueo. a. ems, . . , vrVIS.
a UT Tim Wnirirnnpr. Hi-ribe. HUXUCII sau uu unu vfvosvAa..
Jeflerson Lodge No. 6,1. O. O. F., meets HHIIE subRcribcrS ' would "announce to-
every Tuesday 6 13 o'clock, p. m., in their the oitlxen of 8tubenville and vicinity,,
hall ou Third-street, over Garrett store. Geo, ths they hsye entered Into co partnership,. in,
B, Means N.G., J. L. Holton, V, G., Jas. 0 the abovo business, and nre ready to wait) on
Sell, jr.Seeretary. customers at theipestsblishment, where-prompt
Good Will Lodge No. 143, 1. O. 0. F., meets attention willfoe given to thost who favorthem
every 1 hnrsrlHy it oi-.o clocfe, p. m , in their with a call.
Hall on Fourth street, over Rentty ft Sledmsn'i Shop on ths Horth-ensl corner of Third nn
8torB A. Oi Wortliington, N. G., D. Filson, Market streets, under the store of Messrs
0 T. H. Robertson Secretary. DnnghertT. 8tei honvHle. Ohio,
Feb. 8. U)55. March. ?. 1P55 Li'l'TlHI k HOl'K'IKS