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TnK Citizens' 'Bank still continues to
interest on deposits. " D. MOODY.
' Blank.Iepis, Executions,
Subroeraa. Summons. Ac, exe
cuted in superior style for. sale at
Conn's Job Office, Steubenviile. J ';
B&.Tho following named gentlemen are
reqaeetetl to sot as Local Agents for the
True American :
Warrenton, John M Adams. , .
Mt TJeaAint, John Mercer.
. SauthfioM, Wo. Mathews.
Martinsville, A. Martin.
New Alexandria,-Dr. Worthington.
Lagrange, J. A. Mahugh,
Cross Creek, J. Moore.
Bloomfield, Dr. Cole.
Salem, II. Laferty.
Island Creek, J. Delluff.
Jeddo, J. W. Ragan.
Knoxville, J. Woodruff. .
Mitchells Salt Works, P. Cable. .
Elliottsville, R. B. Stewart.
Wellsville, Stephen Fasset.
New Lisbon, 11. M'Caskey.
Fairview, Guernsey Co , Wm. George.
Cambridge, " " J.Sarohct.
Woynosburg, Grceu Co. Pa., J. Porter.
Cadiz, Harrison Co.; Wm. Milligan. .
Wheeling, Vn., James Lancaster.
Should it be iuconveniont, as it evident
ly would be iu many cases lor subscribers
to hand their money to cither of the above
named gentlemen, they vtill please for
ward it to us by mail, at our risk.
ggyA meeting of the American Party
of this city will bo held at their Hall on
Friday evening next. A general atten
dance is requested. By order of the Pres
ident. Bail Eoad Excursion.
Republican Convention at Cadiz, Satur
day August ISth, 1855.
On Saturday August 18th, 1855, the
fare from Cadiz to Steubeuville and return
will be reduced to One Dollar for the round
trip, and from way stations to Cadiz and
return to proportionate rates.
A train will leave Steubenviile at 7 a.
m. and arrive at Cadiz t 9:10 a. m.. Re
turning will leave Cadiz at 4:30 P. M. &
arrive at Steubenviile at 7:10 P. M.
H, Passengers will please procure Ex
cursion tickets at the office.
E. W. WOODWARD, Supt,
Frank Leslie's Ladies Gazette.
Wo have just received the August No.
. of this splendid Gazette of fashions.
It is the most beautiful work for the la
dies we have yet seen. It embraces every
novelty connected with dress, and every ob
ject of interest relative to the toilet. The
fashion plates are numerous, and comprise
the latest styles of Pari, London and New
York ; and should lie upon the table of
every lady of taste. It also contains a
large amount of literary matter of various
kiuda. Price $3,00 per year. Address
Fruuk Leslie, No. 12 Spruce street New
t& Peterson fur August is on our ta
ble. It surpasses any No. we have yet
seen The engravings are of the first and
most delicate character, and do honor to
the editor. The literary department is til
led with a variety of interesting articles,
and all fur two dollars per year. If that
is not cheap, then we have no idea of the
value of literature and fashion.
District Court of Jeff em on County.
Present Judges Alexander, Conversant!
Means, of the Common Pleas, and Ken
non of the Supreme Court, presiding.
t Hiram Carver vs. S. L. Jones, adin'r.
This was an action on several promissory
notes made by S. L. Janios to the plain
tiff. Tho defendant alleges in defence that
the consideration of the notes was thesale
and conveyance of a patent right known
as Carver's Patont Scraper for Cabinet
Makers, by the plaintiff to said James,
and that the patent is uot a new and use
ful invention, and therefore void.
James Turnbuu. vt City of Steuben
viixe, et al. Action brought by the plain
tiff to restrain tho defendants from filling
up a pond on a lot, . tho property of the
plaintiff, under an ordinance of the City.
Some time since a tcmpory injunction
was allowed on application to Judge Means
in Chambers and the case came on for
final hearing at the May term of the Court
of Common Pleas, before J udge Means
and a perpetual injunction was decreed
against the defendant from which an ap
peal was taken by the defendants to this
Court, who decreed a perpetual injunction
.similar to that of the Court before.
A Peculiar Case. A finder of money
or other valuable properly should always
tako prompt measures, by advertising or
otherwise, to mako restoration to tho own
er. In Rochester, New York, a few days
since, a dishonest man by the nam) of
Thomas Hall, who neglected this duty, was
convicted of grand larceny and sentenced
to two years hard labor in the State IViaon.
He had found a package of $1,000, and
carried it to his boarding house. During
his temporary absence a woman discovered
the package and took from it a small por
tion of the money. Hall subsequently
carried the remainder to his brother and
nsked him what it would bo'best for him
to do in relation to it. His brother coun
selled the honest course, hut before Hn
could adopt it he was nrrested and held to
answer for larceny. Upon tho trial it was
not shown that he had appropriated a dol
lar of the amount to his own use, but as
he had negleoted tu lake the proper steps
to Cud an owner, he was obliged to suffer
Mil. Raoan. Please announce the
name of James II. Blinn to the people of
this county as a suitable person to 11 the
office of Sheriff. Capt. Blinu has never
been a noisy politician, -but is a capable
and high minded gentleman ; his election
would reflect credit out tho;.county, a,nd
would form a fovorable contract with the
men who hye been filling bur offices. "
" SPRI NO FIELD.
,Mr. EDIIORPleaao announce the
name of Samuel' Stephens of Steubenviile
as a candidate for nomination for Sheriff.
Subject to tho decision of. the; American
party. . Island Cbee&. .
Ma. Z. Raoan. You will please an
nounce the name of McGuire Doyle, as a
candidate for nomination before the com
ing Republican convention, for the office
ofSherriff. Steubenviile, AtigJth.
Ma. Z .Raoan. Please announce the
name of Mr. Thomas Sterling as a suitable
Candidate for county .Treasurer, subject
to the decisiou of the American party of
Jefferson county Ohio.
Fo& Sheriff. Mr. Editor, please an
nounce the name of Jerome D. baton of
Cross Creek township, as a candidate for
for tho nomination for Sheriff. Subject to
the decision of the American Party.
Many Voters of tue County.
Mr. Editor. Please announce the
name of James Robertson Esq., of Cross
Creek township as a suitable candidate
for the nomination for Sheriff. Subject to
the decision of the Amcrioau party.
Mr. Raoan. Please announce the
name of Alexander Ewing, as a suitable
candidate for nomination for the office of
County Recorder. Subject to tho decis
ion of the American party.
Mr. Raoan. Pleaso annouuee the
name of A. L. Frazer of Steubenviile, as
a suitable person to represent Jefferson Co.
in the Statu Legislature. Subject to the
nomination of the American party, and
oblige Many Voters.
Mr. Raoan. Please announce, the
name of Dr. W. Worthington of Cross
Creek T. P., as a suitable person to repre
sent Jefferson County, in tho State Legis
lature Subject to the nomination of the
American p;irty. Many Voters.
Mr. Editor. You arc requested to an
nounce the name of Kinsey Swords of Steu
benviile as a candidate for County Treasu
rer. Subject to the decision of tho Amer
ican party of Jefferson County, and oblige
MR. RAG AN. Please annouuee my
name as a caudidate for county Treasurer.
Subject to the choice of tho Amcricau par
ty of Jefferson county.
iJclieving as 1 do, that, the salary given
to that office is more tban a full compensa
tion for the services reudercd. I propose
to serve the county according to the best
of my abilities for the consideration of Two
hundred dollars less thao the usual com
pensation, which mouey will bo left iu the
oounty Treasury at the disposal of the com
missioners. . Joun t'ARR.
Mr. Editor.. Please announce the
name of Wm. L: Blackburn of Wayne T.
P. as a suitable person to receivo the nom
ination for county Treasurer, subject to
tho decision of the American party of Jef
ferson county, and oblige
Mr. Editor. Please announce the
name of Adam Boyd, of Steubenviile T.
P.. as a suitable person to receive tho
for county Treasurer, and
TVTOTICE is hereby given that tho un
(Icisigtitd have been duly appointed and
qualified, rs .the administrator of the estate of
Nicholas Merryman, late of Jefferson county,
All pen-ions indebted to said estate are re
quested to make imrhf'liate paym nt, andthoe
having claims against the same to present them
duly authenticated for nettlimient.
J ARRET MERRYMAN.
Administrator of Nicholas Merryman, dee'd.
Aug 15, 4t-pd.
HAVING taken the large and convenient
three story brick hpuseat the west corner
of the public square, and fully repuired and re
furnished the entire establishment, the under
signed offers it to the coimideratiou of tho pub
lic He assures thane who may pntroniKo hiui
that every effort will be made to render them
perfectly comfortable, and that fair bills only
will be charged. Ho rests his claims with the
public. T. D. HAMILTON.
Newark, Aug. 8, '55 tf.
HpHE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully
iuform his friends, and the public, that, he
is running his Machinery at narvey's Mills,
Unionporl. They are in excellont order, and
he has given universal satisfaction to those who
have favored him with their patronage, hu is
prepared to warrant all work done in the most
complete style, and at the shot-text notice.
Aug. 8. '55. . ROBERT ARTHEU.
npO PAINTERS. W have received a
largo lot of Paint Brushed, from tho celebra
Ud Manufactory of J. 0. McKenst it Co , to
which we invite your especial attention. These
Brushes are unsurpassed for durability and
elasticity. We have also a new article of Pnint
Brush for painting Roofs of houses, boats, iic.
Also a. fine assortment of Blenders, Graining
Brushes and Brick Liners.
HENING & MELVIN.
PERFUMERY. Tho Subscribers have
now on hand a large and choice assortment
of Purfuniery and Fancy goods which will be
sold very low. HEMINO a MELVIN.
CPONGES. A fine assortment of Toilet,
O Bath and Carriage Sponges on hand.
HENING & MELVIN.
1nn BOXES SODA SALERATUS, on
"v band and will he sold to the trade very low
HENING & MELVIN.
TVOTICE is hereby given that tho under
signed has been duly appointed and quali
fied m Administrator of the estate of J. B Rey
nolds, late of Jefferson county Ohio, deceased.
All persons indebted to said estato are re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims ngninat the same to preset, them
duly authenticated for settlement.
Aug". 1 -4t. " Ad'r of J. B. Rcynolda, dee'd.
UNITED STATES HOUSE,
1 W. EARL, Proprietor, corner Mar
. ket and High stress, near the River, Steu.
bonville, Ohio. Jan. 1. 'SR.
GROCERY AND FEED STORE.
'JMIH subscribers havo on hand, and in
tend keeping on hnnd a good supply of
corn,. Oats and Mill feed. Also a good supply
of GToccriu:!, gcnerall j kept in grocery estab
lishments, SJitth" Xrc'st corner of Fourth tnd
Adams street, SteuhenvjUo Ohio,
Jan. 1, 1855. MEIKLE AND 'BTARK.
-t - 'STATEMENT OFvc , ..
, . THE HAETFOSD FIEE IHSTOANCE COMPAW,
',' TO THE i
, AUDITOR OF THE STATE OF OHIO.
1 ' V . , LY. 1855'
1. The name of the Company is the Hartford Fire Insurance Co. and its location
is at Hartford, Conn.
, 2. The Capital Stock of the Orapany is......
3, The amount of its Capital Stock paid
4. ihe assets of the Company are as follows : . i)ar value
50(1 Shares Hartford Hint Ktn,.lr SSfl Oftf!
Phoenix Bank Stock
Bank of Hartford County Stock
T-l a a m
farmers ana Mechanic IJank stock
City Bank Stock
Exchange Bank 8tock...
Mercantile Buuk Stock
Charter Oak Bank Stock . 2.0,000
Connecticut River Banking Co. Stock 2,500
American. Exchange Bauk Stock, of N. Y... 10,000
Bank of Commerce Stock of New York 10,000
Merchants Bauk Stock, of New York, 5,000
Union Bank Stock, of New York .2,900
Bank of America Stock, of New York 1,500
Hfd.; Prov. and FishkillR. Road Stock 10,000
" " " preferred... 3,400
Connecticut River Rail Road Stock 2,000
Hartford and New Haven Rail Road Stock... 5,000
Connecticut River Stock 12,000
Bills receivable, secured by approved personal
ity or ample collaterals, ....159,684,59
Sundry Balances due on Book ..4,335,75
Cash in hand and in Bank ...34,433,81
5. No liabilities to Banks or others due or not due.
6. No losses adjusted aud due.
7. Amount of losses, either unadjusted or )
8. adjusted aud not due, $37,529,01
9. Losses iu suspense waiting further proof, in last answer above.
10. All other claims ngaiust the Company . 15,000,27
11. Tho rule of the Company is not to exceed $10,000 in any one risk subject to
loss by a single fire.
12. Tho amount insured in a City or Village, depends upon its size, generally, all
the desirable risks to be hud, subject to the rule last above named.
- 13. The amount insured iu any one block of buildings depends upon its size and
construction, subject to tho rule above referred to.
14. Ihe Act ot Incorporation is the same as filed in July, 1854.
C. B. BOWERS, Secretary.
State of Connecticut. ) t n io-r
Hartford County, fM- Jcly 11, loos.
Persouallv smeared C B. Bowery. Secretavv of tho Hartford Firu Insurance. (V.
and made oath, that the foregoing statement
to his best knowledge aud belief.
Justice of Fem e,
E. II. M'FEELY, of Steubenviile, is a duly appointed agent of the Hartford
Fire Iusurance Company, of Hartford Conn.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
(To expiivn the Hist, day of January, 1856.)
State of Ohio, Auditor of State's Okfce, Columbus July 3
VHEREAS, Ihe Hartford Fire Insurance
State of touuocticut has filed .iu this office a sworn statement of its condition, as
required by tho first section of the ''Act to regulate tho Agencies of Insurance
Companies uot incorporated by tho State of Ohio, passed May 1, 1854 :
And Wuereas, Said Company has furnished the uudcrsigned satisfactory cvi-'
donee that it is possessed of at least OiNE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
OF ACTUAL CAIT1AL INVESTED in stocks of at least par value, or in bonds
or mortgages of uuiucumbered real estate worth double the amount for which the
said is mortgaged :
And WiiEUtAS, Said Company lias filed in this office a written instrument, under
its corporate seal, sigued by tho 1'resideut and Secretary thereof, nominating and
appointing ELI M'l,'EELlr, of Steubenviile, its Ageut for the transaction of tho
business of Fire Insurance, and fully aud unreservedly authorizing him to acknowl
edge service of process for and on behalf of said Company, consenting that service
of process upon him, the said Ageut, shall be taken and held to be as valid as if
served upon the Company, according to tho laws of .this State, or of any otler State,
and waiving all claim of error by reason of such service.
Now 'Iukrefore, Id pursuance of the first section of the "Act to rcgttlate the
Agencies of Iusurance Companies uot incorporated by the State of Ohio," passed
May 1, 1854, 1, William D. Morgan, Auditor of said State, do hereby certify that .
the said Eli M'Feely is authorized as an Agent for tho said Company, to transact
the business of F'ire insurance iu this State, until the thirty-first day of January, in
the year one thousand tight hundred and fifty-six so far as he may be legally empow
ered so to do by his letter of appointment, and the instructions which may be givcu
to him by the said Company.
Iu witness whereof, 1 havo hereunto subscribed my name, and caused tho seal of
my office to be affixed, this 31st day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and fifty-five. V. D. MORGAN, Auditor.
' 2ETNA' INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD CONN.
. ST ATE'M 15 NT
Of it Condition, July 1, .1855, 'at required by tlie Law of the State of.
Ohio, pasted May 1, 1854, . . . .
AS FOLLOWS :.
Tho name of the Corporation is iETiNA liN'SURANCE CO., located at Hartford,
The Capital is Five Iluudred Thousand Dollars, and is paid up.
Cash losses paid from July 1, 1854, to July 1, 1855, 977,882 04
Semi-Annual Dividoud, 8 per ccut.
The assets of the Company are :
Cash in hand, aud iu Phoenix Bauk '...$65,630 25
Cash in hands of Agents, 137,137 81
Real Estate, unincumbered... 16,672 05
72 Mortgage Bonds, 6 and 7 per cent, interest, payable
semi-annually 72,000 00
20 6 per cent. State of Virginia Bonds 20,200 00
5 6 per cent. State of North Carolina Bonds, interest
payable semi-annually 5,000 00
10 6 per cent. Jersey City Water Bonds, interest payable
senii-anuually, 10,300 00
5 10 per cent. City of Milwaukie bondc, interest payable
Bumi-annually 5,150 00
9 7 per cent. Income Bonds, interest payable semi
Debts due the Company, secured by mortgage
Bills receivable, amply secured and payable at Bank
500 Shares Hartford and New Haven Railroad Co 60,000 00
Hartford and Providence K. 11., 10 per ct. pre
ferred and guarantied 8,925 00
Boston aud Worcester Railroad.. ! 10,058 00
Connecticut River 14,000 00-
Connecticut Rivor Company 1,250 00
Stafford Bauk, three insfallmcuts
Eagle Bank, Providence, R. I.,
1'hccuix Bank, Hartford, Conn
Exchange Bank, ' '
Farmers and Mechanics Bank,
Connecticut River Bank,
Hartford Co. Bank,
Union Bank, New York,
Broadway Bank, N. Y
People's Bank, N. Y
llauover Bank, N. Y
Mechanics' Bauk, N. Y
Bauk of North America, N. Y... .'.
Bank of America, N. Y
Bauk of the Republic, N. Y
Bank of. the .Commonwealth, N. Y
New York Life Insurance & Trust
United States Trust Company,
m, ' . ' . ' .- $835,530 23
The amount of liabilities due or not duo to Banks or other creditors, nothing.
Losses adjusted and due, nono.
Losses adjusted and not duo, $32,414 87 -
Loescs unadjusted and in suspense, waiting for further '''
.. proof, or contested, 124,111 12 ' .'.
market value .
by him subscribed, is true, accordiug
RICHARD D. HUBBARD,
Coiunanv located at Hartford
ompanv located at Hartford in the
Hartford Conu. . 25,600 00
11,600 00 .
10,500 00 "
18,750 00 .
16,000 00 '
All other claims against the Company are small, such only Is printing, Ito. '
Agents instructed to take no risk over 110,000. '
The amount insured in" any city, town or village, depends upon the character, na
terial, and construction of buildings the width of streets, the supply of .water, and
condition of the fire department, and other circumstaaces. ... , .
The amouut insured in blocks of buildings varies ; the design is to limit the loss
by any one fire, to $10,000 or less. ' ':
The act of Incorporation is the same as filed in July, 1854. r
THO. A. ALEXANDER, Secretary.
Hartfori County.-. l 68. - : ?- -J .
; ' v : - J .. Hartford, July 5tli, 1855.'
Personally appeared Thomas A. Alexander,1 JocrVtary' of tae tna Insurance Co.,
and made oath that the foregoing; statement by him subscribed, is true, according to
Lis best knowledge and belief. ' HENRY FOWLER, Justioe of the Peace.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
(To expire on the 31st day of January, 185C.)
Statk of Ohio, Auditor of State's Officb, Columbus July 31, 1865.
Wuereas, The iEtna Iusurance Company, of Hartford, Conn., located at Hart
ford in the State of Connecticut has filed iu this office a sworn statement of its condi
tion, as icquired by the first section of the "Act to regulate the Agencies of Insu
rance Companies uot incorporated by the State of Ohio," passed May 1, J 854 :
And Whereas, Said Company has furnished the undersigned, satisfactory evi
dence that it is possessed of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars of actual Capi
tal iuvested in stocks of at least par value, or in bonds or mortgages of unincumber
ed real estato worth double the amount for which tho same is mortgaged:
And Whereas, Said Company has filed in this office a written instrument, under
its corporate seal, signed by tho President aud Secretary thereof, nominating and ap
pointing JOHN S. PATTERSON, of Steubenviile its Agent for the transaction of
Insurance, and fully and unreservedly authorizing him to acknowledge service of pro
cess for aud on behalf of said Company, consenting that service of process upon him,
the said Ageut, shall be taken and held to be as valid as if served upon the Company,
according to the Laws of this State, or auy other State, and waiving all claim of er
ror by reason of such service. -
Now Therefore, In pursuance of tho first soetion of the "Act to regulate the
Ageucies of the Insurance Companies not incorporated by the State of Ohio," passed
May 1, 1854, I, William D. Morgan, Auditor of sid State, do hereby certify that
the said John S. Patterson is authorized as an Agent for the said Company, to trans
act tho business of Insurance iu this State, until the thirty-first day of Jauuary in
the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six so far as ho may bo legally em
powered so to do by his letter of appointment, and the instructions which may be
given to him by the said Company.
In Wituess Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the seal
of my oflice to be affixed; this, 81st day of July, iu tlvt year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and fifty-five. W. I). MORGAN, Auditor.
Joseph M'Cleary adminislra- ) Probate Court
turof Henry uoiinoii ueceaseu retittun tosei.
vs John Gosnell, etal. ) land.
rPO John Gosnell, one of the heirs of the
1 said Henry Gosnell deceased, whose place
of residence is unknown, You are hereby in
formed that on the 7ih day of Auguxt.A. D.
1855, the said administrator filed his petition
in the Probate Court of Jefferson County Ohio,
the object and prayer of which petition is, to
obtain an order for the sale of the following
real estate, of which tho said Henry Gosnell
died s eized, to wit: The undivided eighth
part of a part of the north half of Sect ion no.
17, in Township no. 5, of range no. 2, in the
district of lands sold utSleubenvilie Ohio, con-
tuinine one hundred and fifty acres, more or
less, being the same tract or parcel of land of
, i i . i i r. ii .if i : t ..u! .
wnicu ine line jiiiiii uosm-u uieu seized ouujeci
to the widow Uosnell s right or (lower therein.
Also, tho undivided eight part of the follow
ing described reul estate, to wit : A part of the
south east quarter of section no. 23, of town
shin uo. 5. iu rane no. 2, containing one hun
dred seres, more or less, being the same tract of
land of which the the late John Uusncll died
And that said petition will be for hearing and
decree in said Court, on the 11th dav of Sept.,
.j rv met Troi?Dtj n U'iMViiiv
Administrator of Henry Gosnell, dee'd
Aug. 8, '5a, 4t.
Medical Hall Re-opened.
TU. LOUIS KELLS having rc-opencd
this well Jinown Drag establishment, roIi
cits the attention of Physicians and the public
generally, to his well selected slock ol Drugs
Medicines, Chemicals, I'eriumery, etc. It is
the design to render this establishment all that
can be desired in a city Prescription and Retail
Every' care and attention will bh given to
Prescriptions, And no medicine dispensed with
out having been previously subjected to a strict
examination. Every facility will be afforded
Physicians to examine and test the quality of
auy article tiiippliud by this ftoro. Determined
to keep the best qualify of everything in this
line of bnsine-s, the public can cmiliilently re
ly upon any articles purchased at tho
Aug. 1, ly. JUKUlUAIi HALL.
WATER STREET, (opposite the Pass
enger Depot of the C. & P. Rail
road,) WELLSVILLE, Ohio.
WM. W11ITACERE Proprietor.
TN succeeding Capt. Crozek in the
"Missouri House," the present Proprietor
hopes, by attention to business, to retain the
popularity and patronage which the house so
ustly merited under the auspices of his "illus
nous predece sor." June 6, '55
Summer. Dress Goods.
T 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 Miintilim, just the
thing for sniimier. A large' variety of bonnet
und trimmings, Ladies' and Children's Shoes,
A general assortment of carpets, matting, oil
cloth.RugR, Ac. Now isthctimeforbargains,
nt the Store of J. Allen, Corner 3d, near market
street, Steubenviile, Ohio.
May 30, '55.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries and. Conftc
tionaries, Market street, between 5th
aud 6th, in Dike's Duildings,
Has j ist received a fine assortment of Fancy
Groceries, Confectioneries, etc.
The stock comprises in part the following:
. Fresh Fruits, Pickles, Sardines, Spiced oys
ters. Tomatoes, Cnpers, . Pepper Sauce, Lobsters,
sparkling Catawba and still Wines
Crackers and cheese, fine cicats and chewin?'
Tobacco, and Firo Works.
J ne public are respectfully requested to call,
ana examine our slock, K. OOSsbfc.IT.
July 11 lb If 55 tf.
Carriages, Suggies, &c.
THE SUHSUKIDEK culls the attention
of his friends and the public in general to
his Btni.k of Carriages, Buggies, Slide Sents,
&c, which he will sell at the lowest possible
price for cash or approved paper
Shop on Third, between Market aud Adams
sts., Steubenviile, Ohio. H. M. BRISTOlt.
0KKPA1BINU done on the shortest notice
und 011 reasouuble terms, H. M. Ii.
Market Street, Opposite Public Buildings,
- WM. MOSSGKOVE, Proprietor.
The above house has been thoroughly refitted
and furnished In tne most modern style.
National House. ,
Corner of Main and Lisbon Streets,
T. W. WHITACUH, Proprietor.
N AVING ngam laken this old cstablish-
ed Hotel, the Kiibscriber would respect
fully tender bis acknowledgements to a gen
erous puoue lor the very liberal patronage
ihtoumoir receivea ai ineir nanus. Having
thoroughly renovated and refurnished the house
ho hones to be able to accommodate his patrons'
In such siyle as will give entire satisfaction.
The stabling is large and extensive. A liber
al share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
Ladio.'. 01 gentlemen, can be accommodated with
single or double rooms at their disrrnion.
J une It. ' T. W. WHITACKE.
William D. Sherrow, Barber,
VVOULD respectfully inform his friends
" T and the public, that he is ready at nil
times (Sabbath excepted) to wait upon custo
mers 111 his line. Rooms South 4th Street, one
door nor Ih of the Norto Hotel. ,
fN AND AFTER WEDNESDAY
UMJ, 1855, the MAIL TRAIN will
f J une
Steubenviile daily tSundaya excepted) t7 o'
clock, a. tn., and arriveat Newark at 1.50 o'clock
p. tn., connecting with renins for
Mount Vernon, Rock Island,
Toledo, Saint Louis.
Leave Newark at 12 o'clock M., and ar
rives at Steubenviile at 7.10 p. M., (Pas
sengers by this train leave Cincinnati at
6 o'clock a. M.)
FARE. From Steubenviile, through
by Rail Road,
To Columbus i 4,45
" Cincinnati 0,50
" Mount Vernon '. 3,75
" Mausbeld .'.......'..'.".v 4,75
" Sandusky 6,00
" Detroit 7,00
" Chicago 12,75
" Ruck loland 17,75
' Saiut Louis. 20,75
For through tickets aud further informa
tion apply to F. A.' Well's, Agent, Steu
The Cadiz Accommodation Train, '
Leaves Steubenviile daily (Sundays cx-
I cepted) at 405 p. M - arrives ot Cadiz at
0.48 P. M. . . .
Leaves Cadiz at 8.37 , a. m. arrives at
Steubenviile at 10.05. A. M.
James Collins & Co., Freight and Pass
enger Agents, No. 114 und 1 15 Water St.,
J. N. Kinney, Freight Agent, Rtoadway
P. W. Str.der, Passenger Ageut, Lioad
Richard Hunker, Passenger Ageut, New
ark. F.A.Wells, do. Steubenviile.
Uen'l Fr't und Ticket Agt.
E. W Woodward, Superiutcndant.
" The Watson House.
J WATSON, having almost entirely re
furnished and fitted up anew his spacious
hole h: the town or New Lisbon, is now pre
pared to accommodate the travelling public in
the best style. His tublo will bo always fur
nished will) the most choice products of the
season, and the treatment of his guests will al
ways be such hi to give full and general satis
faction. Call at the sign of the CROSS KEYS, New
Lisbon. June 13.
Corner of .Third and Adams Street,
Steubi nvim.e, Ohio.
IOSEPH BLACKDUUN ha taken this
"house formerly known as the "Rund Comer,"
and has refitted it up in comfort it.le sy le and
now asks a share of patronage. BilU low and
accommodations equal to these who niakeniorj
dretences. may '55
FOE SALE dREENTT"
rPHE House and lot formerly occupied by
William Kirkpntrick Esq. in Warrenlon
Jefferson county Ohio, is offered for sale or Bent
thin nrnnprtv Ih nlpntnntlv siMintfil iti tlio fVn.
ter of th tnWn and is ntmrn hiirii Wnr Mr mnrlr
1 and is the best business house in the plaee hav-
ing a good cellor and a Ware Room attached
1 any person wi.-hinif to enentre in the Mercan
tile business would 'do well to examine the
premises ; possession given immediately En
quire of JOSEPH C. M'CLEARY.
Warrenton, June 20th '55 3m.
Saddle, Harness and Trunk Manufac
tory, Wholesale and Retail.
"jVO. lS7, Market street, opposite Wash'
ington Hall. 1 he undersigned would rei'
pectfully announce to their cuatoiuers and the
fiuoiic generally, mat they nave now in store a
urge and splendid assortment of Saddlery,
comprising the following articles; plain and
fancy Saddles, Bridles. Marlingils, harness
Trunks, Collars, Whips, Lnslien, Ac Ac, mail
utuctuica nt the nest material, by the most ex
perienced workmen. Also, Mattresses of vari
ous kinds, made tonrderou the shortest notice.
Dealers in the above n nicies ere respectfully
invited to cnll nml examine our sto.k before
purchasing, satisfied that we can accommodate
on the most reasonable terms for cash.
WM. M'LAUOHLIN & SON.
Steu'nenville, Jan, 1, 1855. Gin
Earners and Fancy Hair Dressers.
Will subscribers would nunouueo to
the citizens of Sleulienvilln and vicinity,
that they haye entered into co partiicrsjiip in
the above business, and era ready to wait on
customers at their establishment, where prompt
attention will be given to those who favoritism
with a call.
Shop on the North-east corner of Third , nn
Market streets, under the , stare of Messrs
Dou'ghertv. Stcvnenvllle. Ohio.
March. 23. 1KV . T.KKTHH Jk tfOPKIItA
rpHE undersigned would respectfoliy m
form tbe public that be is prepared to ut
up Lightning Hods, furnished with Franklin
Tips, manufactured at the city of Philadelphia
Orders from a distance will be prompt ly attend
ed to. U work warranted. R. B. SMITH.
Mt. Pleasant Jeffcrwn eo., obio
May li Giuo. pd. .
P-Tlia. Greatest Kedlcai . JDisexv? rjr'cf
DR: KENNEDY,. libury .l,i. dis
coVeVeJ In nne vt ottrtwuuex srrvj; wi i ts
a remedy iht euro
. EVJiliY KIND OF; HUMOH. ' V
from the worst scrpfvhv down to a cutnnt.i
pimple- : v . :;
He has tried ifin rorllOOcaM, sVJ i.errf
failed except in' two catea, ho lhund rrW
mor.J He 1m now in tin posMSsioo ovqr la
hundred certificate of iu virtue, all wuhiu
twenty miles tt Bnsson..
.Two butt let are wtTTaiited to cure nursing
0'n to three twtllei wi!l cure tbo wort kittd"
of pimplc on the face. f
Two to three bottles will clear the 'system of
biles. i' "' r
' Two tattles are warranted to cure the worn
canker in the mouth and stomach.-. .
Three' to fire bottles nro warranted to cbic
the worsl case ot Ei jhk1s, .
One to two bottles are warranted to euir a'f
buintir in the eyes. - : :. .
Two bottles are warranted to en re runni!.
of the ears and blotches among tin kair.
Four to iix bottles are warrauud te-Cftfe ir
rupt and running ulceri.
One bottle will cure scaly emptier cf
Two to three bottles are warranted to rur
the worbt case of ringworm.
Two or three bottles ere warranted to. cur
tbo most desperate case of ibeumatisrn.
Three to four bottles arc warranted to cure
the salt rheum. "
Fi ve to eight bottles will cure the worst c:i .0
A benefit is always experienced from the lir-l
bottle, and a ptnfect cure is warranted wl..-n
thH above quantity is taken. ;- '
Header, i pt-udkd over a thousand bottle.-, if-'
Ibis in ihe vicinity of lioston. 1 know the it'
feet of it in every citse.' So sum r water iil
ttXiiuguish fin', o uro will thu cun humor. 1
uevcr nold a bntlle of it but that sold anothc ;
after a.trial it always kpeaks lor itself. 'I'hur i
are two thmgo abo.ut this herb that nppeat i
ine surpriMnn ; first that it grows in our p.
lures in somu puceo quite plentiful, and yvf
tin value ha never been known until 1 ditco'. ,
ered it iu lt46 second, that it should cure ;!.
kind of humor. :
In order to give home idea of the sudden r; ..
and great popularity uf the discovery, 1 wi.'i
slate that in April, 1651, 1 peddlud it, aud euiu
about six bottk-s perduy in April, ISM, 1 soiii
over one liiusmi bullies peruay of it.
Some of the wholesale Drugnitits who havo
been in business twenty and tliirty yeurs, miy
that nothing in the annals of patent medicine
was ever like, it.. There is a universal pittis
of it from all quarters.
In my own practice I always kept it strictly
for humors but siuce its introduction h a gen
eral family medicine great and wonderful vir
tues have been found iu it that 1 never suspect
ed. Several cases .of epileptic fits a disease
which was always considered incurable, bare
been cured by a few bullies. O, what a mercy
if it will prove effectual in all cases of that aw
ful malady there but few wbo have seen
more of it than I bare.
I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of
them aged people, cured by it. From the vari
ous diseases of the Liver, sick headache, Dys
pepsia, aslhina, fever and ague, pain. in the side,
ditcases of the i-pine, aud purlieu. arly iu di il
euses of the Kidneys, eic , the discovery hue
done more guud than any medicine ever known ..
No change of diet ever liucecessnry eat the
best you get and enough of it.
Manulucturtd bv DONALD KENNK
DY, No. 120, Wurreu St. ltoxbury, Mas.
Wholesale Agents. Hew York City, C. V..
Olickner, el Uurclny Hrett; C. H King, l!tf,
Broadway, Kushion A Olnrk, 275 Broadway;
A. B. D. Sands, 1UO Fulton Street.
General wholesale agents Western Pa O' .
H. Keyser, Pittsburg, and Jas. P. Fleming Al'
leglieny City.- T. Ji.-Logan, Wheeling .Va,
For sale by R. D. MU11RISON and
HENING & MELVIN, Steub,, Ohio.
O. & J. SCOTT.
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SWUNG
OF 1855. . .
cases of ne n goods now received sad
'opening at the old stand, comprising 'Hie
the richest and nm-t fa'-hionnble. selection of
Diess Goods, millinery, straw goods mid Triln
irinjs of the.pieson! Mini'li. llji ing I ecu pur
elms. rl a' I lie piv.-nit jjn-aii v depressed 1 riees
in New York Hiid Philadelphia we are enabled
to (pffero or ciioifiniTS greater iiidixemriils 11 a:1
ever. SILKS.' Co d blink silks from G3' fr.
1 ,75. Plain nlor-d black Kilks frem 75 Lo 1,25
Striped and bsr'd do. Sv.in de-cheiie, pure
satin Mark and white watered mantilla eilks &e
Challis. Persians, the richest und most b"fiuli.
fill challis, Persians, ell wool delaines, bir'J.
striped, do. gingham's, prints itc. Oouu prims
Selling al 6 tn 8 rents per yard, lint fi mil 10 o
12. MUSLINS and SHKIi'I INdS Guodyard
wide muslins at C4 cents, heuvy i.lieeiii gs a;
8 cents pur j ard. lileached ii'U.-iii,-. god ar
ticle at (ijs fine do 8 to 10. FxtralS'J lol.V,
I'illowcaae m'lslin end linncn sheeting. Cheeks
tickings and llaitiul's at very low price. Mil
linnery goods, 50 cartons of NEW BOSKET
ribbons in every varielv. 40 pa Jluniiut Silks
of the most desirnble colors. Crapes, Pnltoi'S
and Florences. :50 cartons French and Amer
ican Flowers Bonnet Frames neatest sLape,
Illusion Blond'.; silk trimming lace's, rrnwn li
nings. Merchants and Milliners nil 'plied et
Eastern prices. tilLK and STRHV 1)0 K
NETS. 20 eases of the newest shawx and
styles of spring bonnets, guoc, bonnets mini Mb
cents to one dollar, fine do from one dollar to
$6,00 comprising English straws, swjsa braids
fiapolelan laces c. Sim itonncts or llielale.- t
French styles aud of thu 1 idlest qualities from
the lowest, to the finest French bonnets ever
opened in this city. Tbimmings, The finest
slock of Dium Trimmings of every thing new
and desirable. Embroideries of the fin 'si qual
ities Frence collars ns low is C,1 j'c and up as
high $5,50 chemists under sleeves, iaciiiet anil
swiss iiiseriiugs Ac. Lisle Thread, silk aad best,
quality of kid gloves, lloiscry of nil prices,
some as low as GJ-Y yier nr. Hemoval, on thu
1st day of Apt ii we will rennvu into our new
building, one door west of our present slum
room, winrh we are having luteo: up in tlm
most modem style. Ihe second unJ third
floors we are having Cited up for our millinery
department, and having secured the services of
an experienced niillncr from one of the most
fashionable millinery establishment in the city
of New York to superintend that department,
when we will be enabled to supply our custom
era with every thing new and desirable iu that
department. U. i J. SCTT-.
March, 29 iB55.
Fulton Foundry, Steam Engine & Car
OTEAM UNO INKS, Steam D-mts, SHcati
Ferry Boata, hulls and wood w.nh com
plete, steam boilers, sheet Iron Work, mill ma
chinery, and castings for trist and saw mill.
rail road car wheels, rail mad cars of every dc
ecriptiou made to order. The proprietor of this
establishment having t wenly-eilit VearR of
1 1 n.-l icnl experience together with exiunsivo
privileges, feels confident that be ran do work
as well and ns low a any 'establishment in the
east or wp-t. All romiminifatianx will iniet
with prompt attention. P. F, GElirSl,
J"e 13. 'ellsvillv, Ohio.
t tnv instiince a nt (if A.it. .linmrit
win this day i wned bv Jusenh C. M'CIe:;
ry Justieeof thePeaee wiihin arrl for Vni
Mil township Jeffiirson CoU':lv Ohitl against
the gicuN. Obsttles, Itiiih's, Credits, innn-v, ;
nnd eff cts of Joseph C M't'iiiicari nfiM iit uebi
or amount claimed to be due tffcn'y 'right' did
lurs. All persons ii teresfe'd' will please ' tnft- due
hotioe, end govern themselves ttccordtnnly.
DANIEL AMMOX; June 2(kh, '5H 3t
IVASllLNaTON HALL Building, rum
1 formerly ocrupietl by J. Jr 1). Sooli.'Miukct
hi., oieurieiiviiH, itnio. '
Jtwt ojviied tbn InrgvM, best nud ehenpi at
Block of Itutits, Shoes,. Trniiks, Cvp-t Haus
etc., ever offered In this nmYket. 3 heulscriler
is deturnilned to do rmsinewi on the Cush Svi -lera
Mid nlfera great itidncecnt tit ChIi Buy
crs, nnd will make it tbe intrr-t ef all lo-rni-ronizellu!
City Boot und! Shoe l&.jre, -
May, 1 st,