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' 'Anntig 'tW Affl.w'iif the R.'vo'uttoiury
ruy, a im probi'ily poMoasol raiM ri-
natty thun (km. lVnim, ftbo Wi cx-
oai'rij ril fo.r'o-n, Hint m hi mvmri
rln U:vn'i altW, without tha pvlish oTL wnee: Tho newer nnl swaeter the crvum
a gintlr.n.n. Ha might wall ba cilled
tba man 4 of tie U rth, th ha diilt
ked di-gui.' probably from the fact of his in the room or ccllc
lisping, which was very opt to oYortbrow
any trickery ha n.iht,b,.Te. in view. At
th'n titna a strong hoKl called iforflcueck,
frinM miles fmr tfW Tork, was in the
hanb- of the British. lVnum, with a
fw sturdy patriots, wns lurking in th
ticinity, vnton driving them from the
plioa. Tire J of lying in angina, tha men
b?vuj qnita impatioiit, anJ importuned
tha O.-aeral with ft question a to when
they were going to hare a bout with the
fiv. One morning he made a speech some
ling i tha f. Hiving effect, which con
. tiuced thru, something was in tho wind :-
"Fellows you have been idle too long,
and no have I. I'm going to Bush's, at
Horscneck, in an hour, with an ox team
and a loud of corn. If I eome back I will
let you know tho particulars : if I should
not, let thera have it, by bokey."
lie shortly afterward mounted bis ox
cart, dressed as one of the commonest or
der of Yankee farmers, and was at Bush's
tavern, which was in possession of the
British troops. No sooner did the officer
espy bim, than they began to question him
ai to bin whereabouts, and finding bim a
cjmplote kimpleton, us they thought, tbey
began to quiz bim, aud threatened to seize
the corn and fodder.
'How much do you ask for youf whole
concern V asked tbey.
'For mercy sake, gentleman," replied
the mock clodhopper, with the most deplo
rablo look of entreaty, "ouly let me off,
and you bhall have my hull team for noth
ing aud if that won't do, I'll give you
my word, I'll return to-morrow, and pay
you heartily for your kiuduess and coudo
"Well," said tbey, "we'll take you at
your w rd. Leave the team and proven
der will us, and we duu't require bail for
l'utnain gave up the team, and saunter
ed about for au Inur or so, gaiuiug all the
information no wished.- Ue then return
ed to Ins men, and told iheiu of the foe,
.! h,s pi.u ,l a;raca. ue . o, ,.B
nud W,t U U B;i leu OUi tue kiuiuui. uuuu. . ....
fc . had herself on the way to Queltc. hen
in... u.ii,. i. u-..i-n limn h'd with routli ' . . ,.
A liU JJ.vi. ... - '
bauds; and wheu they surrendered tj
Oeu. l'uluatu, the clodhopper, he sarcasti
cally reui uk td : -
-STATEMENT OF 1
'. THE HARTIORD TIEE 1KSTJBAKCE COMPANY,
' J TO TUB
AUDITOR OF THE. STATE OF OHIO, r
JULY, X355. '
1. The name of the Company ia the Hartford Tiro Insurance Co. and its location
'icr flavored wil bo tut- ? TS u t n ' i ' MOft nflft
... . 2. 1 he Capital Stock of the Cmipany is 5JUl),UUl
ust be frcA and pure 3 The am0UQt of -m CapUaj Stock p;li(1 up 270,000
ir where the milk if set. 4, Xhe &seet of the Company are as follows ; , par value market value
ETTLES FOR BUTTER itf AXET3-
Tha Mmsachunetta Committe on thum
n&jM "Tour tymvulttije, havinbud inncb
experirnoe in butter m iking, offor the fd-
owing rules as the result nf their exr e
the Bwoet'r atid hig'icr flavored wiil bo tin
l atter. The air must
The cream should not remain n the m k
over thirty Ax hours. Keep the creatu ii
tin pails or in st'me pots, into which put u
HiKwnful of salt at the beginning, then stir
the cream lightly each morning and eve
ninr, this will prevent it from mnnidingoi
wiring, churn as often as onco a woek
and m much oftencr a circumstances wd
permit Upon churning, add tha cream
upon ail the milk in dairy. Use nearly an
ounce of salt to a pound of butter. W 01 k
the butter over twice to free it from but
teriuilk and brine, before lumping and
packing. Beware that it is cutirely free
from every particle of buttermilk, and it
will keep as long as desired. In Scotland,
a pyphon is sometimes used to separate the
milk from the cream instead of skimming
This woman took her final departure for
Sing Sing on Saturday afternoon, in charge
of the Sheriff. Previous to leaving the
jail she threw out of the gratings of bcr
window several articles of her wearing ap
parel to a crowd of young girlj, who had
gathered in front of the jail, and who live
ia the old block of wooden buildings. For
an hour previous to her departure she was
busily engaged in packing up a small bun
dt which she took with her. and in deck
ing herseff out iu her beat clothes for the
trip ebe was about to make.
She was neatly dressed in black silk, and
with her face wreathed in smiles, looked
blooming and happy. An hour or two be
fore she left she had completely recovered
from the disappointment she experienced
when hhe first learned that her taste for a
tragic execution f-cene had been nipped in
the bud by the commutation of her sentence
by the g"Vjrnor. Sbe was in excellent
spirits just before she started, and said that
uny ch .nge from the monotony tithe rooms
in which she had beeu ro long imprisoned
wou'd bo a relief to her. She joked and
liked freely but somewhat liicimreuily.
On her way down to pnson her 1111ml
she arrived at Sing Sing, he seemed dis
ppointcd at being compelled to stop there
deelariug that they had not jet arrived at
toll you I would call and p.iy )ou fory ur
kiuiiuess and c-udoscthsiou.
FiUEDuM OF JSP-iCd IN llCSsIA. A
Ci.-cuuiiunce occurred at St. iJc tersburgli,
wuicu has caused winw scusatwu. A p.r
Br.n L.f iari:f mover! v, M. ii w, havn.g
n l m
said at a pnvate patty, '"i W"U.d Billing) iri-.er, in cbaige.
give K'.bOU roubles (tlie loub.e is Leu-j . v.n lerstoi.d that Mie evinced stron
ecu three aud lour sb.liii.gs) for the war, r evidences vf inanity during this trip
prison she seemel to h.tve uo exception of
;he character of the spot to which she was
assl-ned or of the fate which awaited her.
She fr a long time refused to answer
auy question put to her by the keeper, or
to touimunicate with those having tbe
Bauk of lUrtford Couuty Stock .15,000
Farmers aud .Mechanics Bauk Stock... ..4,800
City Bank Stock ......4,800
Exchange Bank Stock ..10,000
Mercantile Bauk Stock ..- ....5,000
Charter Oak Ba. 1 Stock ..2.0,00f
Connecticut Kivcr BaukingCo. Stocks .....2,500
American Exchange Bauk Stock, of N. y,..10,000
Bank of Commeroe Stock of New York 10,000
Merchants Bank Stock, of New Voik 5,000
Union Bauk Stock, of New York -2,900
Bauk of America Stock, of New York 1,500
llld., Frov. aud Fishkilltt. lload Stock 10,000
" u preferred... 3,40i)
Connecticut River Rail Road Stocn ,2,000
Hartford and New Haven Rail Road Stock.. .5,000
Connecticut River Slock 12,000
300 Shares Hartford Bank Stock,..
97 " 1'hcenix Bunk Stock..
Bala receivable, secured by approved personal secur
ity oraniDle collaterals.... .159,684,50
Sundry Balauecs due on Book 4,335,75
y ...... rt 1 1 tt 01
CaEh iu baud and 111 iiank ..0-1,-130,01
5. No liabilities to Banks or others duo or not due.
6. Nu losses udjusted aud due.
7. Amount of losses, either unadjusted or ")
8. adjusted and not due, j W7,&-J,U1
9. LosseB in suspense waitimr further proof, in last answer above.
10. All other claimi agaiuBt the Company 15,000,27
11. The rule of tbe Uouipanv is not to exceed 810.000 in auy oue risk subject to
loss by a single tire.
12. The nuiouut insured in a City or Village, depends upon its size, generally, all
the desirable risks to be bad, subject to the rula last above named.
13. The amouut insured iu auv oue block of buildiuii-a depeuds upon its size nnd
cousiructiou, subject to the rule above referred to.
14 The Act ot Incorporation is tue same as ulea in duty,
C. B. BOWERS, Secretary.
State op CWceicct. JcLY n 1855
Hartford County, I
p..,n nnnan,.aA r n M., wore Honrotnrv nf tlin TTnrifnrd Fire Insurance Co..
X GtOUUMilJ UJ'JfVWIVl J, AJ- av.ivo., wvviww - . . -.
aud made oath, that the foregoing statement by him subscribed, is true, according
... . , ..... 11 1 in 1 11 1 i 1 1 11 ut ton
10 his best knowledge auu Deuel. uinrnw u. iiujjoaiv,
0 r 1 1 it
E. II. M'FEELY, of Steubenville, is a duly appointed ageut of the Hartford
Fire Insurance Company, of Hartford Coun.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
(5fb txpmun the 'int. day of January, 1850.)
State op Ohio, Auditor of State's Offce, Columecs July 31, '55.
Win.... t.1 'IMi.i ll ,vil'..r,l I. i ni I nvllrniii'M I 'i 11 lin:l II V lilCMtl'll sit 11.11'ttord ill tile
State 01 Couueoiicut has tiled iu this office a sworn statement of its condition, as
requit-eU by ilie tirst secti. n ot' the ''Act to reguLte the Agenc.cs of Insurance
Co.uiuici uot incorporated by the state of Ohio, jm.-sed May 1, lo54 :
Ami WuEtitAo, Said totnpauy has turnished the uuilcrigned satisfactory evi
,u ..... ti..., , ,1 a ...i i.-,t . nK HUMiltHI) IHliILSANU LOLl.AHS
UGllW lilUV t b a votH.i'oc.M v . mw x- v w -- -
Ui1' AClUAli vvAl'liAu iV'LSlbiJD iu stocks of at least par value, or in bonus
.. . .1 i ...... ...i. j..i.i .1.. .. .v:..k u..
or mortgages oi uuiucuaiooiea rtai esiaie worm uouuie me Biuouuk iuj nuitu iuu
said is nioru;axcd :
ly rem.iik td : Quebec, aud intis ing on going on until AM) lUttAS, Said Company has filed iu this office a written instrument, under
Gentleman, I have kept my word. 1 ,,rrivcd there. When conveyed to ita corporate seal, signed by ttie i'resideut aud Seiietary thereof, nominating and
1 1 1 tc.iil.t mil and rt.iv oU for V 'Ur j 'J '. uiiiijiutiM.r k.i Ai-e i'.r. L 1 . of Steubeuville. its A'a-ut for the transaction of the
if 1 knew wheu we were to have peace
was summoned the next day before the
military governor, who received bim iu
the presence of teveral persons of distinct
ion, and said, "Sir, if you pledge me your
word to pay this day the sum of 10,000
roubles, I am authorized to gratify your
curic&ity ou tbe poiut to which you allu
ded last evening." "I promise to pay
that sum," replied the other. "Well,
then," said th'i governor, I have to inform
y..u that we are to have peace when you
come back from the Caucuses, wucie juu
are to proceed this afternoon, alter hav
ing paid the iuui agreed ou. God be with
you'!"' 'lhc astoni-hiucut uud tarror of
the peraou dismissed, cannot be conceived
out of Russia, where only the full effect
of such uu act of dct-potUw is understood
CoLD CntAMThis article was invent
ed nearly two thousand years ago by Gal
cn, one of the most celebrated physiciaus
of ancient times. It has been in univer
sal use since his day, as a cosmetic for the
skiu, in order to confer Bmoothness, aud
heal any little abrasion or chapping result
ing from exposure to east winds, &c. Pre-rui-ation
: Take half an ounco of white
wax, half an ounco of ppermaceti and three
ounces aluioud oil j put tho whole into a
ba.in, aud place it iu hot water till fused J
ti.en giadualy add three ounces of rose
water, cider water, or orange flower water,
b ii ling ail the time, with a folk or suull
woi.-k. Auv perfume may be added ; but,
uiei.iciually,"itis better without. When
cold, it is ht for use.
To PUKVE-NT M ft 1L8 FKOM HOSTING.
Melt together three parts of lard and
one of rosin. A very i Liu coaling will pre
Bene Russia iron sloven and grates from
rutting during summer, even in damp t
trail lis. ,'lhe effect is equally good ou
bass, copper, steel, &e. The samo com
pmnd, forms an excellent water p oof paste
f r Lather. ; B iots, when treated with it,
will sooii after take the usual polish, when
blackened, and the soks may be saturated
Arri.E ?tc.. Express the juice and
odd common 0 ulk until the whole of the
acid is complitely caturah d; then pour oil
the e'ear liU"r and clarify by boiling in a
clean pan, with some white of au egg; re
move the dirt, and Cnish by evaporating
over a gentle heat to the consistence desi
red. One bundled pounds of good npples
will produce about loghty-six pounds of
uiee,a'nd twelve prune! of crude sugar,
than she ever has to the Sheriff before.
To Work the Wohst Spoiled Horse.
Place gears ou the borsft, the back-band
at the u?ual place! Have the traces short,
so that the swingletiee can only pass the
root of the horse's tail, aud stop six or
eight iuches above bis hocks. The gear
should be Etrong aud well Bcured at all
points. It is best to have th ) horse secur
ed in his stall for a day or two before lea
ding him out, that he may become used to
the gear aud less liable to kick. The
beauty of the thing is, tho swingletree
binds so close to his hatin that it prevents
the play of his heels. When you discover
your horse will bear the touch of the swim
cle tree aud pear, you may then attach
plough liue3 with gear, tnd place a drag
and practice hiin uutil he will draw the
plough or wagon.
The best joke of tho season is, that the
Cincinnati Enquirer, Ohio Statesman,
Plaiudcaler, and other lesser lights of pro
slavery, are just uow publishing column on
column to prove that Salmon P. Chase is
not worthy of the votes of the Freemen of
Ohio, because he is opposed to human sla
very :iu all its forms, even negro bondage.
The second best is, that according to
these Boohoo journals, the bare nomination
f .Mr. Chase for GoveruoT ot Ohioeiidan
gers tho Uuiou, aud bis election will rend
it iuto fragments.
Aud the third is, that tbe same Boohoos,
and a few othtr papers that should show
better seuse, take the playful remark of the
Cleveland corresponded of the State Jour
ual, that, if the Sou'h dissolve the Uuion,
tue North must conquer her and make u
tuauo bed of South Carolina, in blood er.r
nest l Such jokers thould spare their
readers such lutlectious duriug the dog
oays. LUalind Ilould.
UIJUtUttll, UUt i't A UJJ , U4 t.lVUWVUl."V .W p -" " " " ...
business of b'iie Insurance, and fully and unreservedly authorizing him to acknowl
edge service of process tor aud ou behalf ot said Company, eouseuiiug that service
of process upou nim, the said Ageut, shall be taken aud held to be as valid as if
served upou the Company, according to the laws of this State, or of auy other State,
aud waiving all claim of error by reasou of such service.
Now 'iuuii.tuh.fc, lu pursuance ot the first bectiou of the "Act to regulate the
Agencies of iusurauce Companies uot incorporated by the State of Oh o." passed
.'lay 1, 1S54, 1, William D. iMorgau, Auditor of said State, do hereby certily that
tue caid LU M i'eeiy is authorized as au Ageut for the said Company, to transact
tiie busiuess of lire" insurance iu this Stale, until the thirty-first day of January, iu
the year ime ihuusaud tight hundred aud ulty-six bo far as he may be legally empow
ered bo to do by his letter of appointment, aud the instructions which may be given
to him by the said Company.
lu witness whereof, 1 have hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the seal of
my ollice to bo affixed, this 31st day of July in the year of our Lord oue thousand
eight buudred uud fifty -five. W. I). MORGAN, Auditor.
JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD CONN.
Of itt Condition, July 1', 1855, a required by the Law of tit S'ate of
Ohio, passed Airy 1, 1854.
AS FOLLOWS :
The name of the Corporation is JE'iXA LN&URANCE CO., located at Hartford,
'n,n i !..ii it,l is Vwa Iliuitlivxl Thousand Dollars, and is naid UD.
Cash losses paid from July 1, 1854, to July 1, 1855, 977,88 J 04
Semi-Annual Dividend, b per cent.
The assets of the Conmauv are : "
Cash in hand, and in Phoenix Bank SG5,630 25
Cash iu bauds of Agents, 137,137 81
WoA Estate, unincumbered... 16,672 05
72 Mor(tage Bonds, 6 and 7 per ceut. interest, payable , .
20 G per cent. State of Virginia Bonds. 20,200 00
& l. ....nnl Ut..tA f V.irlK (Inivilin:! ltilllila illtprpHt.
payable Bemi-annually 5,000 00
10 6 per cent. Jersey City Water Bonds, interest payable
semi-annually, 10,300 00
5 10 per cent. City of Milwaukie bond?, interest payable
Bcini-aunually 5,150 00
0 7 per ceut. income Bonds, interest payable emi-
r .. o 1 nn nn
anuualiy c,ioo uw
Pebts due the Company, secured by mortgage.
Bills receivable, amply secured and payable at Bank, w
500 Shares Hartford and New Haven Railroad Co 60,000 00
105 " Hartford and Providence R. R., 10 per ct. pre
ferred and puarantied 8,925 03
" Boston and Worcester Railroad 10,058 00
" Connecticut River 14,000 00
" Connecticut River Company... 1,250 00
ZarTho Progressive Age is responsible
(... tun f.itlnivin.r
IUI HIV '..' .. . . .
Tim other dav u man was fuuud on the
t ip of a ladder, with h;s lips pressed t.
the telcL-ratih wires. He said. ho was kis
D I .
sing his wife in 1'hiladclphu by telegraph.
tarTlierc is said to be a family iu Ohio
so lazy that it takes two of thtm to jmecze,
one to throw tho head back and tho other
to make the uoise. ... : .
" Stafford Bank, throe installment paid in
" Eagle Bauk, Providence, R. I.,
Phoenix Bank. Hartford, Conu 33.6C0 00
Exchange liauk, " " i,ooo uu
l-'arniers' and Mechanics Bauk, llartfoid Coun. zo,000 00
Connecticut River Bauk,
Hartford Co. Bank,
25,400 00 ,
Il,6d0 00 ;
Si-A Yankee editor out west snys :
"Tho march of civilization is'ouward ou
ward liko the slow but iutrcpid tread of
a jnckafis to a pock of onts."
Uuion Bank, New York,. 12,200 00
Broadway Bank, N. Y 14,160 00
. v nih.Ttr i jiii n
reopie s liauu, iN. i ,ivv w
llauover Bauk, N. Y '. :...t 10,000 00
" Bauk of Ameiicu, N. Y ; 13,920 00
" Bank of the Republic, N. Y... 18,750 00
Bauk of the Comtuonwealth, N. Y 5,000 00
" New York Life In.-urance & Trust Co. 16,000 00
" United StateB Trust Compauy, 11,200 00
Mechanics' Bauk, . Y ...
" Bank of North America, N. Y..
."AH othcr claims agiinst the Compauy are small, such onl) as printing, 4o. .
Agents instructed to lake no risk over $10,000.
The amount iusuivd in any city, town or village, depends upon the character, ma
terial, and construction of buildings, tho width of streets, tbe supply of water, and
condition of the fire department, and other circumstances. i
The amount insured in blocks of buildings varies ; the design is to limit tho loss
by any one fire, to 810,000 or lees. , . p
The act of Incorporation ia the samo aa filed in J u'y, 1854.
THO. A. ALEXANDER, Secretory.
Skate op Connecticut, " "'
Hartford Couuty. . V 89. : -
. . ,J Hartpord, July 6th, 1855.
Pei-sonally appeared Thomas A. Alexander, Socrctary of the Itna Insurance Co.,
and made oath that tbe foregoing statement by bim subscribed, is true, aocurding to
bia best knowledge and belief. ' UKNRY FOWLER, Justice of tho Peace.
. DR. 8. SOTHACSZX,
fFFICE Coiner Third aud Market Sta.,
v SiihpnrilIg.O Jn. 1.
M00DEY & ELLIOTT,
ATTORNEYS' AT LAW, SteubenvUIo
" Ohio. Office comer of Ma. ket and Fourth
trvts MTond mnr. Jan 1,1855.
f O R I O I N A L. 1
CERTIFICATE 0? AUTHORITY.
' , , ( 7b train on Ou 31rf dan of January. 1858.)
Statb o? Onto, Audit in o? Statb's Omoc, CoLtiirBts July 31, 1855.
Whxreas, The iEtna Insurance Company, of Hartford, Com)., located at Hart
ford iu the State of Connecticut has filed in ibis office a sworn statement of its condi
tion, as required by tho first section of the "Act ta regulate the Agencies of Insu
rance Companies uot incorporated by the State of Ohio," passed May 1, 1S54 1
And Whereas, Said Compauy bus furnished the undersigned, satisfactory evi
dence that it is possessed of at least One Hundred Thousand Hollars of actual Capi
tal mvested iu stocks ot at least par value, or in boudB or mortgages ot unincumber
ed real estate worth double tbe amouut for which the same is mortgaged:
1 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 Steubenville its Agent for the transaction of
iusurauce, uud fully aud unreservedly authorizing him to acknowledge service of pro
cess for aud on behalf of said Company, consenting that service of process upon bim,
the said Agent, shall be taken and held tnbe as valid as if served upon tho Company,
aoeording to the Laws of this State, or any other State, and waiving all claim of er
ror by reason ofauoh service. . ' . .
Now Therefore, In pursuance of the first section of tha "Act to regulate the
Ageucicn of the Insurance Companies uot incorporated by the State of Ohio," passed
May 1, 1851,' I, William D. Morgan, Auditor of said State, do hereby certify that
the said John S. Patterson is authorized as an Agent for the said Company, to trans
act the busiuess of Insurance in this State, until the thirty-first day of Jaunary in
the year oue thousand eight hundred aud fifty-six bo far as he may be legally em
powered so to do by his letter of appoiutiueut, and the instructions which may be
given to bim by the said Company. . . ,
In Wituess Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the seal
of my ollice to be affixed; this, 31st day of July, in the year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and titty-five. W. 1). MORGAN, Auditor.
STERLING & HUNLAP
WE are now receiving one of the lar- II AVE received their new Spring and
j L. i i o..i. f I 1 Summer Gnods. to whxh they invite the at-
cesi biiu Deal nrn-firii ouiik hi . - . ... , "... ,j. n:
nr r t r 1 11 ii 11 Ci ten' inn of the city and country trade. Being
W A Lt Jj 1 ii. r JJ IV 0 .determined to sell our goods as low lor cash at,
any oiner nouse in ine ir oe.
DTfDllPn I. -TTVT IO
Steubenville, May 1st '55.
BONNETS! BONNETS ! ! A beautiful
ATTORNEY AX LAW, Steubentilbi,
Ohio. Office under Kilgure Hall, Mrkf
tt. Jtn. l.ljSS
(YTSTER AMJ CON b tiCTIONERY
V SALOON, Wh. FTrKRos, Pruuneior. on-
posilu Uilitcn' liaiik.'l'Uird Klieel.SleuWvdl,
Ohio. 0Mer wholeuaU aud rttiail. alio,
'l ey sand Nqi ions. Jan. 1, 1855.
jAMkC ONlAk. QEOKGX o'NKAL
J. & Q. O'NEAL,
(ftKOMtora to AkiAndar Soy to,
jjgtfafr b'OttWAitUiWU o OOM
Aiiaaitil MSR0HANT3 k StoraHoat A&
Ware houu corurr of Markat and Water rt
Wharf boat at Market street Landing,
Januarj I, 1855.
a. w. m coua
ever Ufore nffured. Our Slot k is all new this L'flgsortiuenr received tliia day by
SpritiKi nnd comprise ihe latest and besi styles, may 1
It emi8isti in oart of
of new and beautiful desiirn.
PARLOR DRAWING ROOM,
iu eery iiety if atvle and qimlity.
OILT, SILVER, VELVET
m . a. W At 1. J T7J I I J 1
lranspareni wuiaow onaues, xignreu 'uft,,d for tale .11
nUESS GOODS All the new and varied
Styles fur sale ctienn for cah.
rony 1 STEKL1KQ & DUHLAP.
BOOTS AND SHOES A large assort
ment of all kinds fur Ladies, Hisses, Child
ren, Men and Boys for sale as low as any oilier
house 111 tlie city.
may 1 STERLING fc DUNLAP.
yATS AND CAPS A good assortment
jiiht received at
may STERLING &DUXLAP.
BARRELS UT1CA LIME iu store
Mmkui aud Waahiiigiuu.
0. K. TOATCUIB,
K. M. HTANTUM.
STAHTOH ft 1TC00K.
ATTOR.NEia AT kaW, SteubenvilW,
vmjvv VII A UUU OUCCbf UTbW9Ci
Jan. 1, 55.
Taatober St Kerlin,
IlERCllAi i XAlLlMS, Third St.,
" second door below Mm ket, Stvubenfdl.
Ohio, keep coutamly for hale and make up to
order, Cloilis, Caoniuiereit, aud Vestiugs. AUOt
ousuenUers, blown, aiurla, Uravaia, Hofiery,
auu 4'umibUiug tiood geueruily. O0rdr
renpectiuiiy koiiciita. jaa.J, 30.
Wesley tarr ft Soub,
TpOBACuj ajNU Uiiii!.ttAL COM-
x MISSION MtKCHANTd, No. 4 LightSfc
Wbaif. bitluuioru, attend to llie sales of To
bacco and all kind YVtaimi Produw, Pro-
viBioua, tc, 4c lau. 1, '55.
John a. binouam. w. a. Lima
BunGHAM & UOYD,
ATTOtuN tula Ai LAW. Otoce at the
turner ol Thud and Mui ket alreeta, oppo
site thu Court House, ljUsubtsuvillu. Ohio.
January 1, lb55.
ATTOltNlfiJf AT iiAVV, oteubenville,
I 1-t J1 Tt .A A. A. Tl."
ana nam, wun jrutuans ratent xix- may
tures; Plain, Green, and Blue, and D BACHES-
FIGURED WINDOW BLINDS, A reived by
and f neboarU ijcreens, in ereM variety 01 pal- J
terns. ' pO
With an extensive assortment to select from ; Vrrn
nnd , ,av STLRLING and UUNLAP
Onr DOZEN BROOMS iu store aud for
ve expect to please those who niny give us
all M DOWELL A Co
B.inkseilers. Slnlioiier- and Piiunr Ueale.
Mni'ket Slrei-I Sleubenville, Ohio.
March. 1 1855
BUY your floods from 11. O. ii ARRliTT,
dealer iu Faney and Staple Dry Goods, No.
STERLING & DUNLAP.
-6d bushels drj' I'euchcs just
OREl) CAHl'ET CHAIN 50U
'pound just ren ived Rod forcale by
1 nrt t 111 I .... .
Kut'era :o Hou. Wilson Bbauuoii.
Hun. Wm. Keuiiun, hi., Hon. Ueiij 8. Cowan,,
and Hon. T. L. Jewett. OJncuou Maikei at.
below 1 bud blieet. Jan. 1, '55.
KiUS bUAHk. iAMUt U. aUANB
J & J. M. 8flAUE.
ATTORNEl"d uud Couuteiiora at Law;
will promptly atleud to all buninesseu
trunled to ilium. Office, Kilgore buildiugn,
Market Slreel, Sleubeuville Uluo. V
January 1, Ifab.
. u. MiLLka. a. sucaaAao; tt.
MULES & SHEEBAKi),
A TlUiUSfclS AiND OOUiNaci,LORS
AT LAW. Office, Mai ket i-tieet, opposite
Wa-ilnugtoii Hail, bieubeiiv. lie, Olno. Kmupt
auetiliou to Ciillecung and M-cunng claim.
Agents lor oOlainihg Peuaiona and bounty
Lauds. Laud W arrauls bought aud old.
January 1, 1655.
" aTh. DOHRMAN & Co.,
pOnWiiUDtixO A; mhumidnnou Mer
chains, for tin-ale of Flour, Grain, Bacon,
Lard, lliater, Wool Si ed, Dried Fruits, Salt,
iai, W iiidw lilasn, Merciuiiid.ze aud Produce
in general, Situbciiville, Ohio.
Frasier it Dreiineu, Steubenville, O.
II. H. Collins, Pittsburgh, Penn,
W m Holmes ii Co , do.
Hozea Frnsier, Cincinnati, jan. 11
STERLING and DUNLAP.
Lry Goods at Reduced Trices.
ALEAANDElt CONN mvitea the at
tention of hi. numerous CJstoniera and the
' publie gem-rally, to the fuel, that he is now di-po-iiig
of the balance of his laigeand atirac
tivu stock of Winter Dry Goods ai great reduc
tions from former rices. 'I he assortment coin
nrie in part . Ktvneh Merinoes different shades
. . m . . .. mi 'i . ii
auu qnelilies. tioDiirgs, raraiueuas, inmei jjie
ri noes, Persian Twills, Wool Delaines, fiiurec
100,3d Street, Su-iibenville, Obi", where you
will find th largesi, best, and cheapest slock
of Plain, lilark. Barred, Striped. Watered and
Colored Silks, from 5Dcts to one dollar rod fifty ml(j plain Ca-hmeres, Bninhiizinea, black Dress
per yard. Lawn, a tine asortnienl, all colors Si I k, plain, barred and figured fancy, plaid and
and oinililies. from to 25 Is per van 15a- fi irnrHilitii.. (Tinibaiiis. Prints, etc. .etc Also,
rage, lleiege de Laiim, Plain, Harreo indt 'riped H U and compleie assortment nf Embroideries,
from 10 to 25 cts per yard. Prints, good Mad- White Goods. Kihbous, Gloves and Hosiery,
der Colors. Warranted not to fade, from 3 1 V2l TrOmniHors. Notions, etc.. Shawls, in irreat
cts per; yard. Challis, Tissues, all-wolle De variety and at very low priceR, consistiner of
Luins and Persian Ololhs, cheaper thano n. jje Brche, Thibet, Cashmere and the Bay State
BONNETS AND VAHlliiTlWSI ILonJhawl. Also, our usual excellent Hock
Two Hundred and Fifty Bonnets, embracing of Houkeepiiig Goods, comprising nearly eve
all the newest stylos of the Seesoi from 25 cts ry ihing in the Dry Goods line, needed in fam-
to four dollars each. Cloths, UafwimereM, Cm-
vats. Iriah Linen, biieetmir, uianer, ruiow
Muslin. Check. Tickinif. Tweeds, Jeans, Flan
nel all colors, Umbrellas, Parasols, etc, etc.
Also, lioisery, Gloves, Mits, Collars, Spencers.
Sleeves, Linen Cambric, lictkts., "onnet,
ilies. Call and examine before purchasing else
South west corner Fourth and Market sts,
Sleubenville, Jan. 1, 1855.
Stftferai i tMs rvas''frem' tue organj' it
iis no comparison to what tbe foreign
leriocracy Bay of us when talking to each
i k . i . . i t
itlicr in private, or even to wnai tuey nave
I i i 1-1 J a. t . Wktrva
laJ tue naruiuoou to gay io loriuur " "'o"
Ir iiembcrs of tbe American party wbo
THATCllLll & KEUL1N,
cap and V elvet Kibl ons, loiiucing. 1 hieadandj
Uollitu Lace anu edging, anu in wuiu mi imo
atuf'Jvj't"?lV'Ll"r i-.i,-T. tT.i ';."i. wmww iri ... ,.,;.,J ,!;.i TVi!l.
IU uvn ici;ciuu, uncut ,li'i. jl ....
l adelphia, their Spring and Summer Mock of
elpoods, consisting in part of cloths, all shades,
: price aud quality, Drab Du Ebe and Italian
; (ithsforhuninier wear, cassimers, plain, black
Otaud fancy, a full complete, and benutilul ass.
onlmentol linen rantaiioonery. v esiniKS. oai
""nit plain, fancy and figured Silks,
fornicrly fought with tho sham democracy
flhjjre are hundreds of Whigs who can
leu! witness that the smnll potato regula
bri of tho sham democracy, havesworn
( UT 1 1 IV U E'l 11 bT., ST KUB l-N-
V1LLE. Ohio. All kinds of Maible Work
done to older. On hand at all lime. Water
Lime. Plaster Paris, uud the beat Quality of
Ur nd Sionea. L. LOKlaND.
Sleubenville, Jan. 1, 1855.
J. C. M'CLEAET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW aud NOTARY
PUBLIC, W'arrenton, Ohio, will carefully
attend to all business entrusted to him in ihe
coimtiesof Jefferson, Harrison and Belmont, io
the State of Ohio; and Biooteand Ohio coun
ties, Va. Office opposite the Western Hotel.
January l, lc55.
Dr. Louis KeLU.
TT AVING concluded to remain in Stcu.
btnville, will continue the practice of
lued icine and surgery as hetctofore.
OrriCK Market Street, opposite Washington
Hall. Residence 6th Street, Korth of Washington,
ilia.sortinent of plain white figured and fancy
iihitwi vr imsierv. si K. Liisiu inreau nnu cou-
ftn,. plaiu fancy and figured cotton, Gloves,
Plain and colored kid, Silk Lisle thread and
' Under Shirts and drawers, Silk, Lisle thread
C Gauze Flanuell. Linen', and cotton, cravats,
., . ... , a i .ill... . ... TV....:..
Lju OaHII, plain ano ngureu buks. mui ii, juiii-
1,51) per yard, tjtnped and Barred Silks. fcc. v.lle Scar s, plain auu ngureu s.u. p am ana
V .. I V ' V v . r. . ,. fi,.ruil Iiiimii hi Urs. shirrs, stand ii? aud
Una lis Lawns, liarege, nnu oilier uress oooos, - - o
cl eaper than ever before offered in this market! Byron collars, suspenders, etc , a full and gen-
8p.P5, '55. U. G. Oatam, No. 100. 3d st. assortment ol Gents furnishing O.a.ds, to
Silh'VTTVn nnd Pillow t'asa Muslins which we would most respectfully mvile the at-
UWlilliNU ana miowuibe muslins . fpurchawrH cau,V, his way, loexam-
ull v Itliu tiimlitusit nnfl nricea. nlicdlin? . . " i it . i i. i
Sr. John MCook.
rkFFICK on the second floor in front of
" the Union Oftice, 3d street Steubenville,
and opposite the Citizens' Bank.
Office hours from ti a. in. until 12 a. m., and
froml p. m. until C p. in. At all other hours,
unless necessarily absent, he may be found by
those requiring his professional services at his
residence on 4ih street, three doors south of the
Catholic Chapel and opposite the North Public
school housM anril Q4'55 3t.
OFFICE at his residence, on Fourth, be.
I ween Market and Washington street!.
Jan. 1, '55.
... i.mit, m-....v i - - - " me our laru'e auu wen seieciea siock, ami juage
Mushn fine ouaruy, from 8 cts. I 12 cts. per. fof thc11KeVM ai ,lf which for the "one need-
yd.. Bleached Muslin, good article from b)4 cts. (. t)g ald chh) wu ,, t0 be ble to 8l!
U 10 cts. per. yd. Irish Linen, pure lineti, cileaper tlau ever before offered in this market.
iron Jl cts. lo io cis. per. ya.
np. 5th '55. H. G. Gabbrtt, 3d. st.
Tl ON NETS, newest style, Bonnet Sutin,
Silk and Ribbon, in great variety, Collars,
Spencers, Undursleeves, hoosiery, oloves, Mitts,
Lace, Edging, silk and linen linn. ibc. call at
H. G. Gaiibktt's, Hd. street.
TUATCliEll & KEltLIN
may 15 y
Irving's Life of General Wahington.
flMUS work will bo published in Three
Volumes, octavo, of about 500 pages each,
handsomely printed on fine paper, in large pica
i type, Willi 1'ortraits auu riaces aim nunujr
T Fisher & iMo Feely s, market street - ; rtMr
Sleubenville, . not the largest, the BEST rCotlH- r BrancFoll s worlts.
assort ment of New Boots and Shoes yet offered T)e first volume will be ready fordelivery In
In tha city. The assortment is complete; all ar-' ailU, ,el days, the second in August, and the
tides of men's wenr. from the slipper to the ,liril j November, it will be sold exclusively
Uiilitornm uooi lames, a cnoico siock ui me i ,H Pri,eS;2 Per volume.
substantial, the fine and the tashioiiable, all 'considerinif the reuuialion of theauthor
The amount of liabilities dna or not due to Banks or other creditors, nothing.
IiOfises adjusted and due, nono.
Losses adjusted and not due,. $32,414 87 '
Lobses uuadjusled and in suspense, waiting for further ,
proof, or contot tod, , 124,11112 -1 :
warranted work, and at Lower Prices Than
Ever! For a neat or tasty a substantial boot,
shoe or slipper at prices 'o suit Ihe limes, if
not at a cheaper figuh the place to buy, and
ihe only oue where you can get mine th.in the
worth of your money, where the new and Iresh
stock are just opened al,
. FISHER A MrFEELY'S,
Ou Market, below Third street.
P. S. Please call iu a pleasure to exhibit,
and no eharge made lor show iutr goods.
april 17Ui lH.rft
SERMONS FOE THE PEOPLE,
Bv Kky. T. 11. Stockton.
TIIlS highly interesting book contains
. d'JM AaiHI, linntltf uVm.,lto1 tl-lth Nltmll
Pica type, on fine paper,12ini; Price in cloth
1 j In sheep, $1.25 ; in half morocco. $1,50.
A liberal discount given to agents and book-'
sellers, by A H. ENGLISH A CO.; '
Jan. 1st IB53. No. 70 Wood st.. Pitu. Pa.
AMERICAN HOUSE. .
Corner of ' Market aud Ohio sts ; (For
merly occupied by John S. Lacey, Eq.,)
Wit. MauuN, Prop'r Cadiz, o.
CTThu above named house has beeu thor
nmlilv n tiited and renaired. and every atten-
tion will be paid to supply the wants of the
the nature of the subject, it is confidently ex
pected that this work will meet wnh a hearty
welcome fiom all classes of the community.
Uiivlnif received the agency for the counties
of Jellc-soii and Harrison, lor ihe sale ol the
bImivo work, we aienow prepared lo receive the
names of those wishing to subscribe, ull orders
by mail promptly attended lo.
Specimens id 1''e printing, bludary, etc , etc.
can be seen at our Book-lore.
June 6. 3mo Market hi., Su uUnville, 0.
iu. xi u n jjijaj u. vu,
Bookselhrt, Slulionem, Paper Dealers, Blank
Bonk Manufaclurtrt and Book Binders,
riEALrCltS at Wholesale and Retail, in
School, Classical, Medical, Theological,
Miscellaneous, and Blank Books', Ruled and
Plain Cap, Post and Note Paper, Printing and
Wrapping Papers, Wall Papers and Borders,
School, Counting-House and Fancy Staionery.
Merchants and others desiring to purchase,
will do well to call and examine our stock.
The highest market price paid for Rags.
. M DOWELL & CO.,
North side of aket, above Fourth street,
Steubenville. Ohio. Jan. 1, '55.
Boots! Boots!! Boots!!!
JAJUJ.S ALEX AN DER
HAS on hand, and is manufacturing,
Gents' French Calf Stitched and Pegged
Kip and coarse Boots and Shoes. Also, Ladies
Blisses ana uniliirens maters, jviu, juorucro
and Culf Bouts, Buskins and Slippers; and
keeps in store a large stork f Eastern Work of
the latest style, all of which he will sell low
for Cash, at his fashionable Boot and Shoe store)
Market Street, Sleubenville, Ohio.
Feb. 1 , b55-3mon.
New Boot and Shoe Store.
A. '1 ONN Kll has ou hand the larg--j'st
and best assortment of Boots, Shoes,
Hats aud Caps that have ever been offered ia
this part of the country, s he is doing exclu
sively a cash business, he ran and will sell
wholesale and retail cheaper than any otbutes
I tablishmeiil in the city All who wish to pur
chase, will pteiiseraii auue new nimi and anoa
Store of E. A. TON NEK.
Market street, between Fifth and Sixth. -Sleubenville,
Jan. 1, ltf55.
"NEW SPRING GOODS 1
NOW OutN AT .
DOUGHERTY & BROTHER'S,
A lunrt Mil d SDlendid slock of Goods in the la
dies' Departn eut ; also, a very heavy Ktock tf
Goods for men and boys wear, in our Cloth and
Clothing room, which will be sold at low prices
0 suit lh times. .
N. B. 5000 yds. Carpeting of every graie
and pattern, which we can dispose of at prices
to suit everybody. . '
Store KtHiins corner oq. ana iuamei street
opposite Publio Building.
pril.5 3 mo. DOUi
GHERTY A BRO
By Adams' Expsess,
DO uniu Ul null or ma ui ... , ... wi.. T)
..ti.. n,.,nm..ii . TfminMi.,tf is nrireand ' I -Ilia guy, uuuics Diruw sun sua uuu-
,ia.iiiiH wn j" - o , . ...
. . ,1 . u ft M..ta o..,l m i u u u ' flats mnA hminal ririK.inu T
A iiuerei suare m patronaifo m 10- uow nu.n ua.n, u w..im. ..ww..,.
spectfullv solicited. W1I. MILL1GAN.
Cadis 0. march 2Ut '55 tf (
a good assortment for isle low at the storeo
Jane 13. . J.ALLEN-
House Painting, Glazing, &c
pKUKV COVJiE would notify tbe tmb
lie that he is still ready to wail nn. Id" pa
tron- in ihe business of House Painting, Gls
ing, Paper Hanging and Graining. Stii Paint
iug dono by journeymen Shop on Market it.
south side, opposite KlIgortTn uW UmIL 1 ,
Sleubenville, Jan 1, 1BD3.
Grist Mill and Grocery Store.
IIlAVK m 'operation at tlw "Dnijn
Mill," west end market street a run of stona
for grinding corn, rye, barlev.Ac. I am pro
pared to sell corn meal, at wli.tlle or retail
at the mill, and at my store, where I keep oo
hand family groceries and produce at low
lor cash or country prouueo
Steubenville March la
loan M Feklt.
IE A 5 chests superfiue Green and Black
Tea lust received by
mar STERLING! and DTTRLAP.