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Thb Citizens' Bank still continues to
pay interest ou deposit. D. Moopy.
Blank Deeds, Executions,
Subpoenas, Summons, &c, exe
cuted in superior style for sale at
Conn's Job Office, Steubenville.
gg&Thc following namod gentlemen are
requested to act aa Local Agents for the
True American :
Warrenton, John M'Adanw.
Mt. Pleasant, John Mercer.
Smithfield, Wm. Mathews.
Martinsville, A. Martin.
New Alexandria, Dr. Worthlugton.
Lagrange, J. A. Mahugh,
Cross Creek, J. Moore-.
Bloomfield, Dr. Cole.
Salem, II. Laferty.
Island Creek, J. DoHuff.
Jeddo, J. W. Rngnu.
Knoxville, J. Woodruff.
Mitchel's Salt Works, P. Cable.
Elliotts villo, lv. B.. Stewart.
Wcllsvillc, Stephen Fasset.
New Lisbon, K. M'Caskey.
Fairviow, Guernsey Co, Wni. George.
Cambridge, " " J. Sarchet.
"Wayncsburg, Green Co. Pa., J. Porter.
Cadiz, Harmon Co., Win. Milligan.
Wheeling, Va., James Lancaster.
Should it be inconvenient, as it evident
ly would bo in many casec for subscribers
to hand their money to cither of the above
named gentlemen, they will please for
ward it to us by mail, at our risk.
Mr. G. A. Crofut, No. 73, south Fourth
street, Philadelphia, is our authorized
Agent to obtain advertisements, subscrip
tons, and collect money for the True
List op Premiums to be awarded
at the 7th Annual Fair, op the Jeff
erson Counuy Agricultural Socifty,
to be held at Steubenville, on Wed
nesday, TncRSDAY and Friday, Octo
ber 3d, 4th and 5th, 1855.
The abovo is the title of a Pamphlet
published at P. B Conn's Book and Job
Office by order of the Directors of the Jeff
erson County Agricultural Society. The
manner in which the Pamphlet is executed
oorrosponds finely with tho design which
it, indicates, and would itself be entitled to
tho premium in the printing department.
That there has heretofore been so much
apathy upon the part of the people of this
county in regard to our County Fairs, is a
fact that all who take any interest in this
important matter fool and know. Why is
it ? Have we not all the facilities in Jeff
erson County that can bo found iu any other
County in tho State to reuderour Fairone
of tho most pleasing and at the same time
ono of tho most imposing exhibitions iu
We arc sorry that we cannot give the
List of PTcuiiuni3 contained in the Pamph
let, for want of room. Wo will however
subjoin the names of tho officers of the So
ciety, together with tho "Order of Exhibi
tion" and the Export of the Board.
President George M'Cullough, Win
tersville P. 0.
Vice President, William Means,
Secretary. Auderson J. M'Grew,
. Treasurer -William Abrahrms, Steu
benville. Directors, -r- William Cunningham,
John D. Slack, Steubenville.
James D. Ludd, llichmond,
George Hammond, East Springfield,
Richard Talbott, Mt. Pleasant.
ORDER OF EXHIBITION.
The first day will bo devoted to the
Plowing Match, making entries of proper
ty, examination of Farmiug Implements,
and annual meeting. Tho plowing match
will commence at 1 1 o'clock. The office
will bo opened at 10 o'cloeK, A. M., W"To
tho Treasurer and Secretary will be f2k.nd
and those who wish to muko entries will
please call ou this day if possible.
Second Day Tho ex ibition of live
stock will commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
commencing with Horses as arranged iu
tho catalogue and so continue throughout.
All animals must bo registered by 10 o'
clock on this day.
Third Day Au address will bo deliver
ed; reading report of examining Com
Tho Board would report that they have
loosed a lot of ground in the southern part
of the chytof Steubenville, for a term of
years, and will have it enclosed with a good
fence and stalls, and pens erected for stock.
Wo will furnish feed, hay and straw on
the ground at cost. -
No pains or expense shall bo spared to
muka things comfortable for those who
patroniso our Fair and hope that we may
see all tho farmers in tho County on the
Fair ground, also a goodly number from
adjoining counties; uud let it be said that
this year we had the best County Fair iu
' GEORGE M'CULLOUGH, Prest.
A. J. M'Grew, Seo'y.
JTWo direct attention to the,, change
of the time table of the SteubWjille and
Indiuna R. R. in this paper. Also to the
advertisement of tho Ohio State' Fair, aud
tho cheap mode of travel by the generbus
proposition of tho direotors of the Steuben
ville aud Indiana Rail Road Company.
... iQBcforo the now Congress has finish
ed its work, wo shall have Minnesota ' as
king for admission into the Union.' . The
late census shows that its population . "al
most comes up to the required number,
arinrnU tho flourishing territory already
numbers fifty five thousandghabitauts. St.
Paul, o capital, has over five thousand
inhabitants. ' ,
tQ.Tbe Tribuno estimates tho taxes of
New York oity for tho ensuing year, at six
milliou dollars; and still they aro going
New Books" "The Deserted Wim'
by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth. Author
of the "Lost Heiress" "The wifes Victory'
(to. We Lave received a sample sheet of
the above work, which is now in press and
will bo ready for salo on tho 2-J of Sept.
The former works of Mrs. Southworth,
have placed hor at he head of tho list of
American writers. The forciblo manner
in which ble draws her characters, and
her glowing descriptions of sceuery, give
indisputable evidence of genius and origi
nality. "The Deserted Wife," is destined
to find a host of admirers, and take a high
place in the literature of our country.
The type iu which it is printed is clear aud
beautiful j atid tho pupcr of uu excellent
quality. Complete in one largo volume of
six hundred pages neatly bound in cloth
for $1,25, or in two volumes paper cover
Copies of either edition, will be sent to
any person, in any part of tho United
States, free of postuge, ou their remitting
the price of tho edition they wish, to the
publishers, iu a letter post paid.
Published aud for sale by T. B. Peter
son, 102 Chestnut street Philadelphia. -
"The design of the American Order is
not to put down Catholics, but to prevent
Catholics putting down Protestants. The
members of tho Order wouldjiot, nor do
they intend to interfero with the Catholic
religion, or their mode of worship ; but at
the same time we are not willing to place
power iu the hands of those who acknowl
edge or owe temporal ollegiauco to any for
eign prince, king or potentate. Again it
is said that the principles of this Order
proscribe foreigners, aud are intended to
extend the period of naturalization. 1 do
uot regard this principle as prescriptive.
I understand foreigners to be protected in
tho full enjoyment of all their civil rights,
and exorcising whatever religious opinions
or modes of worship .'they profess. No
one wishes to abridge those privileges.
Sam IIou ton.
Baltimore, Sept. 11. By late N. O.
papeis, wo have advices from Texas.
Mr. Evans, American, has been elected to
Congress in the Eastern District. The
election of American candidates for Lieu
tenant Governor and Land Commissioner,
is also claimed as probable.
Late Savannah papers give particulars
of a gas explosion, by which four persons
were scrtously injured.
Portland, Me., Sept. II Tho State
election ye.torday, in the city of Bangor,
gives Morrill, (Rep.) 1180; Wells, (Dem.)
930, and Reed,' (Whig) 358. Portland
gives Morrill. 1846; Wells 1902; Reed
Returns received from 1G0 towns show
the following totals, viz : Morrill 29,155 ;
Wells, 26,059; Reed, 6,202.
A majority of Senators and Representa
tives arc probably anti-Republican.
The election for Governor will be close.
te-The Coadjutor Bishop of tho Cath
olic Diocese of Quebec and somo of his at
tended clergy came up in tho steamer Ad-
vaucc, as passengers, with a number of
others, among whom were several "ladies.
The ladies, of course took possession of the
ladies cabiu, but, to their surprise, were
compelled to leave it, by the master of the
Advance, to give cxelusivo room to the
Apostolic Grandee and his companions.
Republican Mass Meetings.
There will be Mass Meetings of tho Re
publicans at the places and lime specified
as follows, viz :
New Lisbon, Wednesday, August 29
to be addressed by Messrs. Chase, B. F.
Wade, Spalding and Bingham.
Carrolton, Thursday, August 30 by
Messrs. Chase, E. Wade, Bingham and
New Philadelphia, Friday, August 01
by Lliasc, bapp, h. V ado and Lciter.
Canton, Saturday, September 1 by
Chae, ht. Wade, Eckley aud btanibau"b
Wooster, Monday, Sept. 3 by Chase,
L. VYauo, Lesley, i iiuss, and otanibaugh
Millersburg, Tuesday, Sept. 4 by Clias
Sapp, Leitor and Stambaugh.
Mt. Vernon, Wednesday, Sept. 5 by
Cause, lord, Campbell, and Kimball.
Mt. Gilead, Thursday, September 6 by
Chase, Campbell, Sherman aud Kimball,
Mansuold, L-riuay, ccpt. by
Campbell, Galloway aud Leiter.
Ashland, Saturday, Sept. 8 by Chase,
(Jampbell, Leiter and Bliss.
Marysvillc, Wednesday, Aug. 29 by
Gibson, Stanton, and ualloway. '
Bellcfontaiue, Thursday Aug. 30 by
flora, Uibson, btanton and Ualloway
Delaware, Saturday, Sept. 1 by Ford,
bibson, btauton and Ualloway.
By order of the Republican State Cen
tral Committee. A. P. STONE, Cha'm
W. B Thrall, Seo'y.
Triik American Oifice, ")
Sept. 12 1855 f
Flour. By wagon load $7,u0
per cwt .4,011
Corn Meal 00
Grain W beat, red 1,35 white, 1,30
While Beans V bush. 3,00
Potatoes Neshannocks...$ bush. 31 K
' " ' Reds bush. 2j
Lard. t. . 8!9
Eggs. ...fj. Wdoi. -!0
T timothy.. ; ,3,75
Pork. . . $ cwt. 3,7504,24
' Corner of Fourth and Washington Streets,
7 Steubenville, Ohio.
Carriages, Phcatons, Buggies, Sulklos built
to ordor.. Also Peddling Wagons
and Farm Wagona. ; All work ,
warranted,. , ; '
Sept. 12,-5t.-pd. . " :
oUubeavills Toandiy aid Maohina VorXs.
joSSPB MEANS. J AMIS MEANS, JR. 6. I. MEANS.
MEANS & BBOTHERS,
STEAM OGIVES, MACHINERY,
And all kind of
And every v ariety of
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS. '
Switches Mill Oearintf for Saw
v rougnr. mm cast i rugs : ana urist Mills,
Lar Wheels, various
Shaftings and Pull
eys, Qast Iron Fronts,
Window cups, sills
and coal VaulU.
Bolts and nuts, cut
and Turning, Plan
Car Oil Boxes, bub.
ing, Screw cutting
O"0ur facilities for work are uot surpassed
by any shop in the Statu, and our stock of
Patterns beiug largo, ull orders for the above
work will bo filled promptly and in the
Notice to Contractors.
TVTOTICE is hereby given thai the Com
' inissioners of Jefferson County will meet
at the bouse of Tbos. Blackburn on I land
Creek on tho road leading from Steubenville to
Knoxville on Tuesday the 2nd day of October
next. Tor the purpose or receiving proposals Tor
the building of the stone and wood work of a
bridge over Island Creek at that place. Propo
sals will also be received for the excavating and
filling in of said work, to bo reckoned at so
much per square yard. The stone work to be
reckoned at so much per perch. Separate pro
posals will be required for the stone and wood
work. JJy order or vommissioners,
J.S LOWS. Clerk to Cora'rs.
Steub. Sept. 12, "55-4t.
lROM the premises of the Subscriber
in Cross Creek Townshi p, Jefferson couuty
Ohio, a large dark bay horse, 17 bauds high,
shod before, the nigh bind fool white, star iu
Hie face, small white spot on the head caused
by the bridle, six yearn old.
Address JOHN CUSNL.NUIIAM,
Sept. 12, 3t.-pd. Holmes' Mill.
OHIO STATE FAIR 1
To be held at COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept.
18, l'J, 20 and 21st, 1855.
Tickets Half Price to Columbus t back!
Via, STEUBENVILLE & INDIANA
Tickets good for any day. of the Fair week,
only, going and returning.
Those taking scats without tickets, except
irom Stations whore the Company
have no agents, will bo charged
Tickets from Pittsburg to Columbus and
From Beaver to Columbus and back, 5,50
From Wcllsvillc to Columbus & back 5,OJ
From Wellsburg " " " 4,75
From Warren " " " 5,00
From Steubenville " " ' 4,50
Morning Train leaves Steubenville dai
ly, at 7,15 a. in. and arrives at Columbus
at 2.45 p. m.
Evening Train leaves Steubenville, dai
ly, at 5,00 p. ru, aud arrives at Columbus
The Steamboats Viroqua, Eclipse, Clara
Fisher, Rosalie, and Venture are running
in connection with this Road,
Through tickets can be purchased ou
board the abovo Si earners; of Jas. Col
lins & Co., Water St., Pittsburgh, or at
tho R. It. Office, Steubenville.
E W. WOODWARD, Sup't.
L. Devexnt. Gen. Agent.
Steubenville and Indiana Railroad.
CHANGE OF TIME.
TWO DAILY TRAINS .
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, Sept. 10
1855, the MAIL TRAIN will leave Steu
benville daily (Sundays excepted) at 7,15 o'
clock, a. m., and arrive at Newark at 1.45 o'
clock p. m.
The Express 1 rain leaves feteubenville
at 5 P. M. aud arrives at Newark at 11.30
Both trains conuectini; with trains for
Mount Vernon, Rock Island,
Toledo, Saint Louis.
The Express Train leaves Newark at 1.
30 A. M. and arrives at Steubenville at 9
The Mail Train leaves Newark at 12 o'
clock, M. aud arrives at Steubenville at 0.
45 P. M. Pas-seugera by this traiu leave
Cincinnati at 6 o'clock A. M.
FARE. From Steubenville. through
by Rail Road,
lo (Jolumbus . 94,40
" Cincinnati 6,50
" Mount Vernon 3,75
"Mansfield . 4,75
" Chicago 12,75
" Rock Island 17,75
" Saint Louis 1 20,75
For through tickets and further informa
tion apply to F. A. Wells, Agent, Steu
benville. The Cadiz Accommodation Train,
Couuects with both the abovo trains at the
James Collins & Co., Freight and Pass
enger Agents, No. 114 and 115 Water St.,
. J.N. Kinney, Freight Agent, Broadway
P. W. Strader, Passenger Agent, Broad
Richard Hooker, Passenger Agent, New
ark. F. A. Wells, do. Steubenville.
Geu'l Fr't and Ticket Agt.
E. W Woodward, Supariutondaut.
Sept. 12, 1855.
Thomas Cole Plaintiff ) Iu Jeff. Co n Pleas,
vs. rVro. H.DuiiL'Rnandl The Defendants Wm
Jane Dungnn, Dell. ) H. Oungan and June
Dungna are hereby noiibid that I have niea in
the Court of Common Pleas for Jefferson
County Ohio a petition aguinst them, the
object and prayer, which is to sell certain real
estate in said County mortgaged by the defeu
dants, to secure the payment of a note of Wm,
a. Uungan to me lor JJBli tiuteu August 24ih
1852 aud Da v able ou the 1st dav of Auril 1855.
The real estate sought to be sold is described
as follows. Part of N. E q. Beo. 10 Township
iu nange o. iiegiuuing at a gate post ai stew-
tarts corner, thence N. BE. ltiroas to astake,
thence N 59 0 W. 15 rod to a stake, thence
n.73 w.iorods to a slake on Marshes line,
thence S. ly, 9 W. 18 rod with said line to
alake, thence S. 1? 0 E. 17 rods 33 links to a
stiike, tbeucu S. 65 e E. 14 rods 13 links to place
ot Degi lining containing aDout J acre.
Ana tbs said defendants are required to an
wer said petition on or before the 18th day of
October 155 or suffer judgement in the premis
es, oa default. . THOMAS COLE.
September 3 1855. 6tw.
4 PPRENTICES WANTED AT THE
Bonriet and Milliticrv rooms of
! Autf. 2D 1855,, . 0. and J. SCOTT.
GEORGE P. SMITH & CO.,
No. 54 Wood Street,
' PITTSBURGH, PA.,
Have now in store a full assortment of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
Which will be kept will assorted dub
ino the season.
Sept. 5,-3 ni.
IWOTICE is hereby given that on appli-
ration will be made to the Governor ot Chio
for the pardor. of Dawson Bailey who was con
victed for an assault with intent to kill, at the
October Terms 1855 of the Court of Common
Plena of Jeffi-rson County Ohio, and hentuueed
by said Court to three years imprisonment iu
the peuitentinry. Sept. 5. 1855. 3t.
rPAKE Nntico that I have been appoiutcd
and qualified a, adn.iuistrator of ilie Eslale
of Pinkucy Lewi deceased. Those having
claims against the estate will present them for
allowance and settlement, those indebted will
make immediate payment.
Sept. 5 1855. J.SE A.LEWIS.
Wliooping Cough Cordial.
A most valuable and successful remedy
in the present epidemic, for Sale at the
Drug Store of HtMNQ JJelvin.
rPHE LARGEST CHEAPEST AND
best Stock of Boots Shoes and Trunks ever
IT ered iu this Market can be found at the City
oboe Store Washington Hall building Market
St. 8teubenville Ohio. D. SCOTT.
August 29th 1855.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
AN SATURDAY the 29th day of Sop
" tember 1855, between the hours of 1 aud
4 o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises, iu
Mount Pleasant Township, will be sold to the
highest bidder the Equitable interest ol Joshua
Ileudon.lateof Jefferson county Ohio, deceased
in the following tractof land situated in said
county of Jellersun, to wit. Part of the south
west quarter of section 28; township 7, and
and range 3, beginning for the same at the
south west corner of said section at a post thence
N. 1E 18 510 perches to a post, thence n.
85 east 22 perches to a white oak, thence
north 20 3 west 28 perchas to a stoue; thence
north 22, 0 east 20 4 10 perches to a rock in
the run; thence north 5 0 east 36 7 1 0 perche
to a hickory, tliouco west 94 perches to a stone,
thence south 120 perches to the place of begin
ning, containing Wil-2 acres more or less, and
which said equitable interest is the vulue of said
tract of laud subject to the payment to David
Hull of $500 with interest from tho 1st day of
April 1(154, and $500 with interest irom
the 1st day of April 1855, and is subject to the
payment lo Elizabeth Hcudou, tho widow of
said Joshua Houdon, of un annuity of $24,70
during her uatural life, as and lor her dower.
Appraised at $1250. Terms of Sale; one third
of the purcle money iu hand, on the day of
sale, and the residue thereof in one and two
years thereafter, will, interest from the day of
sale, to be secured by mortgage ou the premis
es. 0The Purchasers will be required to indem
nity the litato of said Joshua Heudon, against
the claim of David llail for the residue of the
original purchase money due as aforesaid from
said Estate to him, by good and sufficient secur
ity. Isaao Harui.1, Jdin'r
of the Estate of Joshua Heudon, dee'd
Aug. 29 S5.ri-w
jVOTICri is hereby given that the un
dursigned have been duly appointed aud
qualified, us the admiuistratois of the estate of
Nicholas Merryman, late of Jefferson county,
All persons indebted to said estate are re
buesled to make immediate pay in nt, and those
having claims agaiust the same lo preseut them
duly authenticated fur settlement.
J ARRET MERRYMAN,
Apminist.rator of Nicholas Merryman, dee'd.
Aug. 15, 4l-pd.
vs. In Partition
Rachel Price Et. al. )
NOTICE is hereby given to Josiah Price
and Rachel Price hid wife Thomas Hanson
aud Elizabeth Hanson his wife, of Jeffer
son County, Ohio, Jacob Pool and Mary
Pool his wife of Monroe County, Ohio, Jo
seph Cross aud Sarah Cross, his wifo of
Iowa County, Michigan; and Joanna
Hicks, David Hicks, Isaao Hicks, Elizabeth
Hicks, Fruucis C. Hicks, aud Martha
Hicks, children of John Hicks deceased,
of Jefferson Couuty, Ohio, that on the
28th day of August 1855, Samuel Hicks
filed iu the office of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas for Jefferson County, O.
against them his petition which is now
pending whereiu'the said petitioner demands
partition of the following Ileal Estate, sit
uate in Jefferson County; Ohio, of which
he John Hicks late of said County died
siczedto wit: The South West Quarter
of Section No. 14. in Township Ten and
Range Three, aud that at tho next Term
of the Court of Common Pleas for said
Countyof Jefferson said petitioner will make
application for an order that partition may
be made of said premises.
MOODEY & ELLIOTT.
Sept. 5 Ct His Attorneys
Joseph M'Cleary adminijtra- ) Probate Court
tor of Henry Goauell deceased Petition to sel
vs. John Oosnell, et al. ) lauds.
rpO John Gosuell, ono of the heirs of the
said Henry Gosuell deceased, whose place
of residence is unknown, You are hereby in
formed that on tho 7th day of August, A. U.
l:e .l :.i ...i... t...i i.;
icj.1, i.ne suiu uuiuiiiiiraior uieu ui. pruuuu
in the Probate Court of Jefferson County Ohio,
tho object and prayer of which pet it ion is, to
obtain au order for ihe sale of the following
real estate, of which the said Henry Oosnell
died s eized, to wit: The undivided eighth
part of a part of the north half of Section no.
17, in Township no. 5, of range no. 2, in the
district of lauds sold at SieubeuvilieOhio, con
taining one hundred aud ally acres, more or
less, beinir the same tract or parcel of laud of
which the late John Gosuell died seized subject
to the widow Gosncll's right of dower therein.
Also, the undivided eigut part of the follow-1
ing described real estate, to wit: A part of the
southeast quarter of section uo. 2J, of town
ship uo. 5, in range no. 2, conluiuiug one huu
dred acres, more or less, being the same tract of
laud of which the the lalu John Uosiiell died
Aud that said petition will be for hearing and
decree iu said Court, on the 11th day of Sept.,
Ad. D. IH55. JOSEPH O. M CLEARY,
Administrator of Iluury Oosuell, dee'd.
Aug. 8, '55, 4t. '
npHE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully
inform his friends, and the public, that he
is running bis Machiuery at Harvey's Mills,
Union port. They are in excellent order, aud
he has given universal satisfaction to those who
have favored him with their patronage, ho is
prepared lo warrant oil work done iu the most
complete style, and at the shortest notice.
Aug. . '55. ROBERT AR I'll Ell,
WATER ST1USJST, (opposite tha Posa
engor Depot of tho U. & P. Rail
road,) WELLSVILLE, Ohio. .
T N suocecding Oupt. Crozeb in tho
'"'"Missouri House," the preseut Proprietor
hopes, by attention lo business, to retain the
popularity and patronage which, the bouse so
usily merited u nder the auspices of his "illus
rious predece sor." June 6, '55
IiEA 5 cheats superfiiiu Green and Black
Tea just rcoiivod by
SI LRLInG and DL.NLAP.
1 GROCERY AND FEED STORE.
WHE subscribers have on hand, and in
tend keeping on hand a good supply of
orn, Oats and Mill feed. Also a gtood supply
cf Groceries, generally kept in grocery estah
oibhmeuls, South west corner of Fourth t:id
lAdams street, Sleubenvi'le Ohio.
Jan. 1. 1855.- ME1KLE AND STARK.
'HO PAINTERS. We have reeiived a
A larce lot of faint Brushes, from llie relebra.
lb d Manufactory of J. 0. McKenst A Co, to
Twhi.'li mu iltiriti. u.kit . minui.i.jl t i .... i..H 11. ......
Brushes are unsurpasxed for durability and
elasticity. We have also a new article of Paint
Driish for painting Roofs of houses, boalf) Ac.
Also a fine assortment of Blenders, Graining
Brushes aud Brick Liners.
IIENINO & MEL YIN.
PERFUMERY. Tho Subscribers have
now on hand a large and choice assortment
of Purfumery and Fancy good which wilt be
sold very low. ilENING MELVIN.
SiPONGES.- A fine assortment of Toilet,
) Batb aud Carriage Hpouges on hand.
HENLNG & MELVIN.
1 BOXES SODA SALERATUS, on
l"u hand and will be sold to the trade very low
Medical Hall Re-opened,
rill. LOUIS KELLS baviug re-opened
this well known Drug establishment, soli
cits the attention of l'hysiciuus and the public
generally, to bis well selected stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, etc. It is
the design lo render this establishment all that
can be desired iu a city Prescription and Retail
Every care and attention will be 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 aud test the quality of
any article supplied by this ftore. Determined
to keep the best quality of everything in this
line ot business, the public can confidently ru
ly upon any articles parcliased at the
Aug. 1, ly.
Summer Dress Goods.
I ALLEN has just received a splendid
assortment of ladies' and gents' dress goods,
including the very latest styles, also, a splendid
lot of Ladies Silk aud Lace Muutilas, lust tho
thing for summer. A large variety of bonnets
and trimmings, Ladies' aud Children's Shoes,
A general assortment of carpets, matting, oil
cloth.Rugs, Ac. Now isthetimeforbargains,
at the Store of J. Allen, Comer 3d, near muiket
street, Steubenville, Ohio.
nay 30, '55.
Deukr in Fauci Groceries and Conec
tiouaries, Muiket street, between 5th
and 6th, iu Dike's Buildings,
Has j ist received a fine assortment of Fancy
Groceries, Confcclionaries, etc.
The stock comprises in pari the following:
Fresh Fruits, Pickles, Sardiues, Spiced oys
ters. Tomatoes, Capers, Pepper Sauce, Lobsters,
Sparkling Catawba and still Wine.
Crackers and cheese, fine cigars and chewing
Tobacco, and Fire Works.
The public are respectfully requested to call,
and examine our stock, N. GOSSETT.
July llth 1855 if.
Marled Street, Opposite Public liaildiwjs,
WM. MOSSGROVE, Proprietor.
The above bouse has been thoroughly refitted
anu luruisiieu iu tue most modern style.
June 20. i
--"t - I ton,, plaiu fancy and figured cotton, Gloves,
Carnages, Buggies, o.C- Plaiu and colored kid, Silk Lisle thread and
THE SUHSCIUBEK calls tho attention Under Shirts and drawers, Silk, Lisle thread
of his friends and the public in general to Gauze Flannel), Linen, find cotton, cravats,
his stock of Carriages, Buggies, Slidu Beats, ! Satin, plain and figured silks, scarfs, De join
Ac, which be will sell at the lowest possible I ville Scarfs, plain aud figured silk, plain and
price for cash or approved paper figured lineu hdkfa, shirts, standing and
Shop on Third, between Market and Adams i Byron collars, suspenders, etc., a full and gen
sts., Steubenville, Ohio. H. M. BRISTOR. I erul assortment of Gents furnishing Goods, to
OTREPAIBING doue ou the shortest notice
anu on reasonable terms, ti. al. ti.
Corner of Main and Lisbon Streets,
T. W. WHIT ACRE, Proprietor.
I AVING again taken this old cstablish
" ed Hotel, the subscriber would respect
fully tender bis acknowledgements to a gen
erous public for the very liberal patronage
heretofore received at their hands. Having
thoroughly renovated and refurnished the house
Jie hopes to be able to accommodate his patrons
insucii style as win give entire salisiuctiou.
The stabling is large and extensive. A liber
al share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
Ladies oi gentlemen can be accommodated with
single or double rooms at theii discretion.
J une 13. T. W. WHI'I ACRE
AT Fisher & Mo Feely's, market street
Steubenville, if not the largest, the BEST
i f V n . . i oi. or t
tisauuuieiii ui new uuois ana ouinm yei untTtiU
in me city, l aeassortmeut is complete; all ar -
t. .. f . . .. t .1... -1 . . .1
c. u. ,uei. near. lrU,u io supper W vne
I.nlifurniii IwiritlHiliMa a r.hn.a ui.tt.lr i.r ihui
substantial, the fine and the fashionable, all
warranted work, and at Lower Prices Than
Ever I For a neat or tasty a substantial boot,
shoe or slipper at prices to suit the times, if
not ata cheaper figure the place to buy, and
the only onewheru you cau get more than the
worth of your money, where the new and fresh
stock are just opened at,
FISHER & McFEELY'S.
On Market, below Third srrcet.
P. S. Please call in a pleasure to exhibit,
and no charge made for showing goods.'
npril 17th 1BS5
SERM0N8 FOR THE PEOPLE,
Bv Rkv. T. II. Stockton.
rPHlS highly interesting book contains
420 raucs. neatlv executed, with Small
Pica type, on fine paper, 12mo. Price in cloth
1 ; 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 1855. No. 7d Wood St.. Pitts. Pa.
NEW GOODS i NEW GOODS ! !
Illni?l? Al'lTli'WI V I. ... a ;.ct t trous iu tue uiisiness oi nouse rainting, uias
Boots and Shoes of every variety, to which
they invite the attention of their frionds and
the public in general. Raving purchased for
cash we will be enabled to offer greater induce
ments than ever.
Ladies' lasting Gaiters from 1,35 cents up
wards. Childreus' Shoes, from 25 cent ups
wards. Trunks, Carpet Bags, etc., allow pri
ces. Call then ou FISHER & McFEELY,
liar. 2!) 1855, On imrket elt. itbow Third
T. . slackXco.,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS and
PAPER DEALERS. Market street, above
Fourth, south side, Steubenville, Ohio, keep
constantly on hand and for sale, a large and
well selected stock of Miscellaneous find School
BOOKS; Plain and Fancy STAT10NE11Y ;
Writing and Wrapping PAPERS, BLANK
BOOKS, etc., etc.; all of which I hey will sell
on the most favorable terms at wholesale or
Country merchants and other dealers will be
supplied at very low wholesale prifes.
J. R. S. A Co. are prepared to furnish the
best American Magazines, as early as they -can
be received by mail. They also keep on hand
a choice supply ;of Siiket usio. Jan. 1, 55.
Whole jale Drug' House.
TIIE subscribers Iiavo on band a largo
nml well selected stock of Drugs, Chemi
cals, Paints, Dye Stuffs, Oils, Varnishes, Brush
es, Patent Medicinos, Perfumery, Surgical In
struments, Daguerreotype stock, Glassware, etc.,
etc., which they offer very low either wholesale
or retail. Deolers will find it to their interest
to examine our stock and prices, as we are de
termined for sell as low as my honso in the
West. Orders promptly executed, aud personal
attention paid to shipping. :
D RUG EMI'U Kill JH , Market street, two doo'
below the Jefferson Branch Bunk.
' ' ' ENiN'G A MELVIN4.
Sluubenville. Jan. 1. 1555.
The Watson House. .
O WATSON, having almost entirely ro
flirhisKed aud 6tted un anew hi spacious
hotel is the toWn of How Lisbon, is Bow pre
pared to arcommridau the travelling public in
the best style. His tnbla will Nt always fur
nish d with the moi choice product of lh
season, and the treatment !f his gutti will al
ways bit such its to give full mid geherul satis
faction. Call at the iSu of tho CROSS KEYS, New
Lisbon. June IX
Comer of Tkird and Adanu Streets,
JOSEPH BLACKBURN ha takdir this
"house formerly known oa thb "R iund Corner."
and has refitted it up in comfort nl5 hilu aud
now asks a thare of patrohage. Bills low aud
accommodations equal to .hutewho make mm
pretences. mnv '55
TTilT RMV ftt PTVT
miTL ti i t r i -ii I
I -ti n uouse aim i.h ior iwrij, oicupieu iy
William Kirkpatiik fcsq. in Wanvnlon !
Jefferson romily Ofiio. is offered for sale or Bent
this property is pleaantly siluaied in the Ceu-!
ter of the town and is above high Water mark !
aua is tue it ot'siness nous in Hie piaee hav-
inz agood Celler aud a Ware Room attached I
any persoh wishing t engage in the Mercan-1
tile busihess wUuld do well to examiue the
premises J possession given immediately Eu
quire of . JOSEPH 0. M'CLEARY.
Warreuion.Jiine 20ih '55 3m.
Barbers and Fancy Hair Dressers.
Wllti subscribers would aunoutioo to
the citizens of Steubenville and vicinity,
that they baye entered into to partnership in
the above business, and arc ready to wail on
customers at (heir establishment, Where prompt
attention Willbe giveutothos who favor tbeiu
with a call.
Shop on the North-east corner of Third an
Market streets, under (he store of Messrs
Dougherty. Sterbenville. Ohio.
March. 2!). IHS.i LKKTOFJ rtOPKTWS
Saddle, Harness and Trunk Manufec-
tory, Wholesale and R6taiL
jVO. 1S7, Market street, opposite Wah
A ington Uall.I ho undersigned woidd res
pectfully amiouuce to their customers and the
public L'eiienilly, that they have now in store a
lariru and splendid assortment of Saddlery,
e followiug articles: plain and '
, Bridles, Marlingals harness !
s, Whips, Lashes, Jtc, ie., man
tiini.Liirfu nr inn iwmi mn .r u . nv ilia iiifir. i
,i ,.!,, iu Mt..ae.. ..r eo,i.
Sus kinds, made toorderou the shortest notice. :
Dealers in the above articles are respectfully
invited to call and examine our stock before :
purchasing, satisfied that we can accommodate!
ou the most reasonable terms for cash
WM. M'LAUGHLIN 4
sjteuhenville, Jan. 1, 1055. 6m
rilHE uudersined would respectfully in--"-
form the public that he is prepared to put
up Lightning Rods, furnished with Franklin
Tips, manufactured at the city of Philadelphia
Orders from a distance will be promptly attend
ed to. All work warranted. R. 11. SMITH.
Mt. Pleasant Jefferson co., obio
xay 156 mo. pd.
e asToEnrBTop fa s h i o w .
TUA'IClIiai & KERL1N,
OAVE now received, direct from Phil-
-adelphia, their Spring and Summer stock of
bonds, consisting in pari ul cloths, all shades,
price and quality, Drab Du Ebe and Italian
otlis for summer wear, cassimers, plain, black
and fancy, a full complete, and beaulilul ass.
ordment of linen l'uiitalloonery. Vesting, Sat
int plain, fancy and figured Silks, aii extensive
assortment or plain win to naured and fancy
Marseilles. Hosiery, Silk, Lisle thread und cot-
I which we would most respectfully invite the at
rs calling thiH way, toex.m-
ell selected stock, aud judge
of which for the "one I'eed-
. leutitu oi pure misers
ine our large and w
for themselves, all
ful," the grand cash, we hope to be able to sell
cheaper than ever before ottered in tins market,
THATCHER & KERL1N
may 15 y
Irving' s Life of General Wahington.
'PHIS work will be published in Three
X Volumes, octavo, of about 500 pages each, ! blr.,P,"ll a.lul r& do. Satin de-cheue pure
handsomely printed on fine paper, in large pica . I"1"' ac aM(1 wh,,U; w.,,lweJ n,!,t,,, f"'k" df
type, with fortraits and Places Ind neatly . Chal is. Pe.s,a.is. the richest and burnt beaut.
bound iu cloth ; it will equal in all respects ii, fulhaUi. I wiana. all Wdol delaines bar'd,
style of binding, typography, etc., etc , either 'nped, do. g.i.ghnm s. pr.uls Ac. Good prints
Prescotts-orBrancrollS worls. g SnXUuiSm '
The first volume will be ready for delivery in ,2?- MUbLINa nd bHthl ING3 Go.;dyara
about ten days, the second iu August, and the ' w,d" lnUsl""' at b'ic.-i.ts heavy shecurgs it
third in Kavember. it will be sofd exclusively i nU, P.",r J8"1; Vf J?'"1""'. MTV
by agents. Price $2 per volume. ' ; idle at 6,j fine do (i to 10. Lxlra 12). to lac,
Considering the reputation of the author and
the nature of the subject, it is confidently ex-
pected that this work will meet with a hearty
welcome from all classes of the community. '
hUVi.. wHivuri it... mriiP f,.riWn..:,i;.
i L)1-.:ti(U, r..-
1 ... 7 n J . 7 w ;
he sale of the
, . Vft .rk nrB ,. -,, , rw;VB
f , , j
to subscribe, aU ordors
by mail promptly attended to.
HnwimMn. ..f lhunril.lill hln.lnn. .1. (
can be seeu at our Bookstore.
M'DOWELL & Co.,
June 6. 3mo Market si., Steubenville, 0.
NEW SPRING GOODS !
NOW OPKNED AT
DOUGHERTY & BROTHER'S,
A large and splendid stock of Goods in the la
dies' Department ; also, a very heavy stock ef
Goods for men and boys wear, in our Cloth and
Clothing room, which will be sold at low prices
o sun tue times
N. B. 5000 yd. Carpeting of every gralc
and Dattern. which we can disnose of ut urices
to suii everybody.
! Store Rooms Corner 3d. and Market street
opposite Public Building
; pru.u Jino,
DOUGHERTY & BRO.
House Painting, Glazing. &e
pERRY COYLK would notify tho pub
- lie that tin is btill ready to wait orr bis pa-
i use done by journeymen. Shop on Market st.
south side, opposite Ktlgom's new Halt.
Steubenville, Jau. 1, 1855.
MrASHTNGTON HALL Buildiug, room
formerly occupied by J. t D. Scott, Market
St., Steubenville, uhio.
Just opened the largest, best and cheapest
Stock of Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet-Bags,
etc., ever offered in this market. The subscriber
is determined to do business on the Cash Sys
tem and offers great inducements to Cash Buy
ers, and will make it l he interest of all to pat
ronize the City Boot aud Shoe Store,
nay, Ist. . D. SCOTT.
U. S. Shaving and Hair Dressing
T EWIS STEVENS would respectfully
inform his fneuds and the public that he
has taken a room adjoining the U. S. house
where he is raady at all limes to wail on his
patrons in his line, in the most polite manner,
end would be pleased to receive a liberal share
april 24th 1855. '
T1ARBER and fashionable hair dresser.
Rasors set, aud all kinds ot Surgical in
struments put in good' order. Room under
the Mechanics' Savinffl Fund, Market st. near
the Washington hall, between 3d. and 4th.st.
april 5th, 1S55.
MILLINERY & MANTAUMAKLNQ.
Misses GiiORGE & SCOTT have en
tered into copartnership in the aboVe busiuess,
in Hew Alexandria, and beg leave to announce
to tbe citisens and conunuuity that they are
prepared to give general satisfaction to all Who
may give them a call in their Hue of buisiiictt.
MlSSE OlCOHOI k Sl'OTT.
New AlixatidriH,01noj April 5, '55
The Greatest Met idal Liscovery of
DU. KENNEDY, of lloxbaiy Las dis
roTert d in one of OurcodMoR aiU'i Wilt til
a remedy that cur
EVERY KIND OF ntUOTR,
from the Worst scrofula Uo h o A cominoC'
He has trit-d it iu ovur 1 1 00 cjwh. it Ad never'
fajled cxrepl in two cure, (loth thunder hu
mor.) He ha now jo his porAinn over two
hundred eertifl cities of iu virtue, all withid
twenty rrtilps of Busson. . . '
Two bottles aie worrjuted to cure a nursiuj
sore mouth. '
One to thn LVtlrs wilttirre itt Worst kind
of pimples on tlie faJi1. . .
'I Wo to (hive bottles will clear tie system of
Two hot lie aVe wnrraitled to' cure iLb worst
canker in the lulnitK1 nud" stomaeli. .
. 1 hree lo Uve buttle are warranted to curu
Him Wors. C ou of hryfiliellts.
0l)l! ,u lit ari warrauU:(j to curt
i,uiur in i),u r e.
-fwo ImjuU rb warrablea to ciirtt runuini
f tle ears and blUtchy among the huir.
Kour to six bottles ure warTUtittidw ure Cor-
rupt and running ulcere.
Or.e bottle will euro seal eruptions oi the
Two to thr Uules are warranted to mrrf
the worst rase of ringwouu.
Two or three bottles are warranted to euro
the most desperate ease of ihuuiuulism.
Three to four UitUus are watrahted to cum
the salt rliuuin.
Ki ve lo eijjlit bottle w ill cilre the wont Cuei
A benefit is always experieficvd'frotu the 6rt
bottle, aud a perfect cure i wahahkd lied
the above quautity is Ukeii. .
Reader, 1 peddled over a thousand bullies ot
this iu ibe vicinity of Bosldu. I know the el
feci of it iu every case. So sum us water will'
extinguish fire, so sure will tins cur. humor, f
never sold a bottle of it but that sold auother ;
after a trial it always speak for itself. There
are two thiugo about this herb tliat appear lo'
me surprising ; first that it grows iif our pas
tures, iu some places quite plentiful, and yet
its'valuebas never beeu kuowu until' f discov
ered It in 1840 second, that it should euro all
kinds of bumor.
In order to give some idea of the sudden nu
aud great popularity of the discovery, 1 wilt
al lliat '" APr,1 1 HJ,wf ',t'.a",t S0H. '
about P!r d"-,u A,Pri1' J8"' 1 8uUr
ov b,,e th;id boU'es per day or it.
Somo of the wholesale Druggists w ho Lavu
ocBu iu business twenty auu luuty veurs, say
l,,at ""thiiig 111 tint annals of patent medicines
r like it; Thero is a uuiven.nl praio
of . 11 from all quarters.
, ln my own practice i always Kept it strictly
for humors but since its introduction us a gen
eral family medicine greut aud Wonderful vir
tues have beeu louiid iu it that 1 litter suspect
St-vcral cases of epileptic fits a disease
which was always cousidered incurable, have
been cured by a few bullies. O, what a mercy
if it will pi uve effectual iu allcasesuf that aw
ful malady there a e but few who have sct.i
more of it lhau I bave.
I know of several cases of Dropsy, nil uf
them aged people, cured by it. From tbu vari
ous diseases ot tho Liver, sick headache, Dys
pepsia, aMhina, fever uud ague, pain iu the sickf,
diseases of the spine, aud parltcu arly iu dis
eases of 1 he Kidneys, etc, the discover' has
doue more good than uny medicine ever kuowu;
No chaugo of diet ever nececessary eul iho
best you get and enough of it.
Manufactured by DONALD KEN Ml
DY, No. 120, Warren St. Rosbury, Mas.
Wholesale Agents. Now York City, C. V.
Clickner, SI Barclay street; C. II Ring. Uli,
Broadway, Kushton'it Clark, 275 Broadway ;
A. B. D. Sands, 4.00 Fulton Street.
General wholesale agents Western Pa Geo.
Hi Keyser, Pittsburg, ur.d Jas. P. Fleming Al
legheny City. T. H. Logan, Wheeling Va.
, For salo by R. D. MORRISON aud
IlENING & MELVIN, Steub., Ohio,
j July 11.
' : G7&"rgC0Tf . ,
j f of nev gooiL) now received and
j opening at the old stand, comprising tho
' tho richest aud most fashionable selection o(
Dress Goods, milliuerv, straw goods aud Trim
mings of the present season. Having been pur
chased ul I lie present greatly depressed rices
iu New York and 1 biludetpbiu we are enabled
lo offerour customers greater inducements than
ever. SILKS. Go d black silks from to
! l'75- Plain i-.ilotvil black silks from 75 to 15
I mun.u ana unnen sneet.i.g. uueeirs
i n,lu. n'" ,el Te7 ",;.En2SvJl'S;
I 'l,ll''py fcjoods, 50 cartons o? N EW BONNET
! r,,bbl"H " "'1. va"ety", 40 PB Ik
;of M' nlSt desirable colors, trapes. Pnltons
i al,d P1"r';1":t!'i- 150 "r,'"' Fr"c" d Amer-
I lean Flowers Bonnet k rumcs neatest shapes.-
i ....... ui,i... i if ih....i.i ........ v :
. ." ,, '
V Tz!?. 3
X-aslerU uncee. DIUD. SHU a i JXH VI
Eastern prices, BILK and STR4W BOM-
NETS. 20 cases of the newest shapes and
styles of spring bonnets, goou bonnets from 25
cunts to oiu dullar, fiue do from one dollar to
$6,00 comprising English straws, swiss braids
Napoletan luces 4c. Silk Bonn eta of the latest
French styles aud of the richest qualities from,
tho lowest, to the finest French bonnets eve
opened in this city. Taimr.vog, Tho finest
slock of Dress Trimmings of every thing new
and desirable. Embroideries of the finest qual
ities Frcnre colfrtrs as low as tic aud up aa
hig h $5,50 chemists under sleeves, jacinet aud
swiss insertings Ac. Lisle Thread, silk sad best
quality ol hid gloves, innseryof nil prices,
some as low as per pr. Rkvoval, ou llio
1st day of April we will reriDve into our now
building, ono duorweit of our present storo
rotfm, which we i.re having fitted up in thw
mnst modem style. - Tbe secoud and third
floors we are having fitted up for otrr tifillinefy
depnrtinenr.ninl having secured' the services of
oft experienced milliter from olio of the most
fatiionalilu miiliue'y establishments in thecity
of New York to superintend that departiuuul,
When wo will be enabled to supply our custom
ers with ev.ry thing new and desiraMe in that
department. O. t J. SCTT,
Fulton Foundry, te'am Engine & Car'
UTEAM EXGiNES, Steam Boats, SUain
Ferry Boats, hulls aud wood work com
plete, steam boilers, sheet Iron work, mill ma
chinery, and castings fur grist and s-tw rnills,
rail road car wheels, rail niil cars of every de
scription uiado to order. The prpit6Y oftbis
ustaolishmeiit having twenty -eight Je.irs of
practical experieiicd together with ixUnslvo
privileges, fuels confident that ho ran do work
as wetland as low us any establishment in the
east or west. All communTrstion will moot
witrr prompt attutiiion. P. F. OE1SSE,
June M. Wellsville.Qhio'
CRARI.KH K. TIMCllKt. RnilF.MT S. WolPOOP
THACHER ft WODDROP;
WHOLESALE BOOT, SHOR AND
Wf 1RUNK WAREHOUSE, JJo.-lQl Atch
atrect between Thirdund Fourth, op airs; four
doors below Uuioa hotel Philsdolofris: '
January 1. 1855. ' .. '
, NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.""
TuAN81'ORTATIOKOFllbE,8. & I. R.R. )
- Steuben vrilo, April Wth 1855; ' J
FREIGHT TRAIN ia rid rtrlnlng
x'' to Newark, leaving 8tuWnvillt daily,
(Sundays excepted.) at a o'clobk a. m. .
Shipments lo all siatioiiR, except Unlunport
Cadis. Fall-Vie alid New Market, Uiiclnvillf.
Port Washihgton, Niw Oonierttown, Lalayutto.
CeshoctOfl, Ad&tns' Mills, Dresden and Newark
must be pre-puid: . , ' ,w
Shippers wil plefcMeohdudelheir shipments
. aud recti u their coutignmwita previous to 6
o'clock osch evening. . . ;
ap 1, lfc'55. Gcnsial Vrtight AjjcaW.