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The CJtiZkss Bank still continues to
pay interest ion deposits. D. 51oodt.
. Blank Deeds, Executions,
Subpoenas, Summons, &c' exe
cuted in superior style for sale at
Coftn'ji Job Office, Steubehville.
icThe following named 'gentlemen rd
Moucstetl to act 8 liocai Agents wt toe
t . - . .
True American : : .
Warrentou, John M'Adauis.
Mt. Pleasant, John Mercer,
Sniithfield.' Wo: Mathews. -
Martinsville. A. Martini
Now Alexandria, Dr. Wort
. Lagrange, J. A, Mahugh,
Cross Creek, J. Moore.
Blooirifield, Dr. Cole..
Halera, II. Laferty. ,
Island Creek, J. DeHuff. .
' Jeddo, J. W. Ragnn. ;
Knoxville, J. Woodruff.
MircheTs Salt Works, P. Cable. " ".
Elliottsville, R."B. Stewart. :-'
Wcllsville; Stephen Fasset.- ,
New Lisbon, R. M'Caakey. - ',. ,
Fairview, Guernsey Co , Wm. George.
Cambridge, " J. 8aroheL t-Waynesburg,-Green'
Co. Pa., J. Porter.
Cadis,- Harrison Co., Wm. Milligan.'
wneenngya., ameB the vessel should fill and sink, or go agns't
Should it be inconvenient, as it evident- , . , . .
lv would beinmanYcases-forsubscribersr"0 .WV. . 8. u" 'T''
, ., . ' . .L, . - . ,'v..v must an inevitably be lost. As soon a
to nana tneir money 10 eiwier in uienuuve. , . , -
named gentlemen, they ; will please for-
From the Democratic Press. 19th.
' , Great Stutmat Chicagoy .-,'
Tin storm yesterday was very evcro at
this end of the lake," rolling a. heavy sea
from the Northeast. AH the lumber ves
sels coming down before the gale, being gf
lighdraught, . were fortunate enough to
make the harbor. enteriDC fclose to the
North pier, but heavily loaded vessels dare
Knnf. nttnnint tlmf. nbonnM avpA vith thfl wa
ter as high as it was yesterday. The bark
Sunshine lay well at anchor all day, 6ome
distance north of tho piers j and another
vessel lay off nearly opposite the harbor
but so far out that she could not be iden
tified; r V 1 :.' :
.' The brig Tuscarora, loaded , with coal,
from Cleveland, came to auchor south of
the bar yesterday morning, but immediate
ly commenced dragging, and drifted rap
idly to leeward, UDtil about one mile south
of the piers, and only three or four hun
dred feet from the railroad breakwater.
Her masts were then cut away, hnd she
held on better, although still drifting slow-
As night was approaohing, and the pros-
peot was that tho storm would increase, the
situation of the crew became critical: If
ward it to us by mail, at our risk.
their danger was reported to the Harbor
Master, Capt. J. A. Napier, he and Capt.
Warner, Marine Inspector of the Chicago
Mutual Insurance Company, commenced
Mr. James Fimjli of Pittsburg is our au
thorized agent to obtain advertisements, rallying crews to go to the rescue with the
Subscriptions &c., for the True American, two government life boats. No. difficulty
was experienced in collecting a band of cour
To Conscmptives. .Dr. Geo. H. Key-
ser, of 140 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
prepares a medicine for coughs and lung
diseases ' that stands without a rival. It
would be well for Consumptive persons to
remember thw, and upon the first ap
proach of of a Cough or Cold, apply this
remedy, which wo aro assured from good
authority, bus cured a great variety of lung
diseases. You can by it at the Drug Store
of Henning & Melviu.
J. J. GILLESPIE & CO.
LOOKINO GLASS Manufacturers and
Dealers in Lookinc Gl Plate, Plate cY.im,
Engravings. Comb and Fancy Quods, Wo. 76,
Wood Street, Pittsburg,' Pa.
trOn hnud and made to order, uilt Her and
Mantle Clause; Mahogany, Rosewood, Wal
nut and gilt Frame, or Moulding of every de
scription. . . ' ".
ETStearaboat Cabins decorated and iriltJTl
aepu 26-6ra. ; "
Iteuhenvtlls lottadry and Xaehbie WorKa,
joeipn nit, jam mraiip, ja. eao. i. mia.
MEAKS & BROTHERS,
STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY,
And all kindt of .
.' Railroad Work, ; ,
' And every variety of -
IKON AND BRASS CASTINGS..
Swittlies : Mill Gearing for Saw
Wrouclitand east Frogs : and Unat Mills,
Car Whecli, various ;Sbaftinga and Pull.
Woodwell'i Furniture and Chairs,
WHOLESALE nnd Retail, embracing
every varietv of Furnitnre, in Rosewood,
Mahoeanv and Walcul. suitable for Parlors.
ChamnerHand Dining Rooms, equal to any in
New York or Philadelphia, and al lower prices;
every article made by hand and warranted.
trUabmet Makers nupplied .witn any quan
tity of Furniture and Chair on reasonable terms
Hotels and Steamboats furnished at li e short-
Warerooms nos. 77 and 79 Third Street, Pitts-
burgh. , Bept.26-Iy.
Car Oil Boxes, hubs,
Iron Bridges, ,
Hack W heels,
Coal car Wheels.
O0ur facilities for work are uoi surpassed
by any shop in the State, and anr stock of
, . . J t ' 1 ..11 1 - .1. L
raiterns oeing iargea an oruors lor uie aoove
work will be filled promptly and ia the
best manner. ' - . .. "
. ' SHOETEN & BEO-, ,
MANLTACTUREIta OP ALL , KIND8 OP
TRAVELING and Packing Trunks, va
-- lio. T.a,iip' Bonnet Boxes, etc.. earner of
Wood and Liberty Streets. also corner Wood
and 5th Streets. Pittsbnreh, Pa.
S3" Wholesale orders promptly filled at the
lowest possible prices. Repairing done In the
best order.. ' sepi. ab-Jm.
Time is Money.
TTAVING received this day from the
XX a$ a consignment of goods in my line,
consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches
and Chains, rich Mosaic and carved Bracelets,
Ear and Finger rings, Odd Fellows and Mason
ic pins. Studs, Emblems, etc.. which haviug
to be closed out in 30 davs. will be sold uure-
sonably low for cash. L would therefore call
the attention of try patrons to the same as no
time ia to be lost. -
JNO. B. CRAIG. Jeweler and
Silversmith, no. 15, Fifth atreet, second door
from Market. Pittsbnreh.
N. B. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired
in the most deaireable and neatest manner.
ageous and skillful men frem vessels in the
river, and about 4 o'olock tho boats left
the harbor, manned as follows :
' First Boat. Capt. J. A. Napier, Har
bor master; Capt. Warren, marine Inspec
tor; Capt. Rummage, Schr. Harvest ; Mor
ris Evans, Seaman; Dennis Simmons, do.
George Golding, do; John McEdigott do
Second BoAT.--Capt. A. J. Napier,
Propeller Rossittcr; Capt. Henry A. Gads
den, Brig Black Hawk; Capt. Jeffords,
Cast Iron Fronts,
Window caps, sills
and coal Vaults;
' Bolts and nuts, cut
and TurBincr, Plan
ing, Screw cutting
OS SALE OK BENT.
THE House and lot formerly occupied by
William Klrkpatrick Esq. in Warrenlon
Jefferson county Ohio, is offered for sale or Sent
this property is pleasantly situated in the Cen
ter ot uie town ana in auuve uiea n aier roarz
and is the best business house in the plaee hav
ing a good cellar and a Ware Room attached
anv person wishing to engage in the Mercan
tile business would do well to examine the
premises ; possession given immediately En
quire of dute.mu. M ULUAKX.
warremon.dunezum 33 am.
Comer of Fourth and Washington Streets,
Carriages, Phcatons, Buggies, Sulkies built
to order. Also reddling Wagons
and Farm Wagons. All work
Sept. 12, 5t.-pd. '
The Greatest KcJldal Discovery of
DR. KENNEDY, of lloxburv has dis
covered in one of ourooMMoa imtvrs whkot
a remedy that cores '
EVKKY K1NU Of IIL'MUK. .
from the worst scrofula down to a common
Sellers' Cough Syrup!
CANNOT BE RECOMMENDED TOO HIGHLY.
Wadswouth. Medina co., 0.. Feb. 24 '52
Mr. H. E. Sellers : 1 have sold all the Im
nerial CouL'h SvruD vour aceut lfi with me,
and should like to have more of it. ' We have
used vour Svrup in our families, and can safe
ly pronounce it the best Cough Medicine we
have ever known, and cannot recommend it too
highly to all those who are afflicted with coughs
or colds, as a speedy and certain cure.
' S. Blockkr,' Post Master.
J. M. Beach, J . Slutter,
J. R. Little, D. Geisintcer.
The above is strung testimony, and ottered
without solicitation, iu behalf of the best cough
medicine of the day.
Prepared and sold by R. E. Sellers t Co.,
comer of Wood aud 2d street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
and for Hale by Druggists and Merchants gen
erally in the Stay;. sepl. 20-lui. .
rrOOTII ACHE is readily cured bv Dr.
Kevsers Tooth Ache Remedy. Sold at Hen
ning & Melviu's, and prepared by Dr. Ueorge
H. Kcyser, wholesale Druggist, Pittsburgh Pa.
sept, 26-1 y.
Drugs 1 Drugs ! ! Drugs ! ! !
KE. SELLERS, Wholesale Druggist,
Corner Wood fc 2d Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
sept. 26 '55-ly.
The Watson House.
S WATSON, having almost entirely re
fnrniuhpil and fitted un anew his snacious
hotel is the town of Now Lisbon, is now pre
pared to accommodate the travelling public in
the best style. His table will be always fur
nihhed with the most choice products of the
season, and the treatment of his gueslswill al
ways be such as to give full and general satis
Call at the sign of the CROSS KEYS, New
Lisbon. June 13.
School Examiner's Notice.
Fair Grounds. Ma. Wmv Barter Brig Globe ; Capt. Hiram Bloon, Sohooner
is erecting a temporary boarding house on Chapman j Capt. C. P. Morey, Scbr. Look-
the Fair Grounds, in the southern part of out; Capt. C. Heed, Schr. Meridian ; Capt.
the city.1 ' This gentleman will bo prepar- P. J. Mahoney, Schr. Maine.
d to furnish regular breakfast, dinner and The passage from the 4arbor to the
supper to all who may desire accommoda- wreck was accomplished without much dif-
tions on the ground, during the' Fair. ficulty., The shore was lined with specta-
Meals can be furnished at all reasonable tors to witness the rescue, and hundreds
times during the day or night, at his tem- Rtood upon tho railroad track. The boats
porary boarding establishment, and on were welcomed on their arrival at the brig
reasonable terms.' KcfrcBhments, choice by cheers from the crew,
fruits, &c, can also b9 had. Tickets oan in all. The debarkation
be procured from him prior to tho fair, or the life boat rowing up cautiously to the k etc. of Jetfersou and Harrison counties, the
. . or caw io ,.f Lupin Am roVH. FiVKiilen t. of Ken-
during tho time of its continuance.' Those side of the vessel, and as they drifted astern, y0n College; Dr. A. D. Lord, superintendent
who are acquainted with Mr. 11., need not those on board would seize a favorable mo- Pblic schools, Columbus ; M. K Cowdery,
1 , , . , , . , v. . superintendent Public schools, Sandusky city,
bn informed of the fact that everything in ment and lean into them. Everv time nri u . n Esq.. of Warren. Trumbull
i.!- -s- -iA W him in thil f t.A 1..nJ inA'. 1i& hnt county ohio, have been secured to hold a
urn uiib m ttiwajo uUU y --- lu.. Uv v.. v.vn .v -v, TeHC,jer)J ln9tituU! at Hopedal. , Harrison co
cry best style. , .
New mdsic Horace Waters, the
eleven persons RY an arrangement with the Irustecs ol
, , Jj the M'Neely Normal School of Ohio, and
was eflected by ti,e EXi ColD, 0f the Union Institute of Teach-
a shout of joy would burst forth from the during the week commencing Monday October
crowd on the railroad track and be echoed 22i!. ltfu5?-- . nin,:iJ.Tir. cttProfMas,..
great Musio Publisher and Piano Dealer,
333 Broadway, N. Y., has sent us the fol
lowing popular piece of music :
"Jeannie Marsh of Cherry Valley,"-
Song and Chorus Words by Gen. Mor
ris ; Musio by Thob Baker, Price 25cts.
Jeannie (who, by the bye, we under-
by those gathered on the shore. Captain and others, are expected to attend ; and accum
i f.i m . i , modatious for two hundred teachers, on reason
Mullens of the Tuscarora, was the last man ZZ2l. are Promised.
to leave the wreck. . He declared at first These arrangements are the result of several
. i ii . j j, concessions aud of rcueU pecuniary sacrifice,
that he would remain on board and share .c.. . uected to b6i bFy f tlfemost ilu.
her fate, but at last suffered himself to bo portant and profitable Institute ever held iu
j j . v. north eastern ohio. In view of advantages of
poruuauuu io jump iuiu uiie ui uie uu, lhi(( meetillgi connected as it is with the open
Now came the long pull to reaoh tho har- ingof the Normal school, not to Teachers ouly
hnr. V.nch hnat had
... n i i rk wen us mi unruuu
Stand to be no ideal personage; has exci- , . , oaraRUd nt nW mended to allsuch Boards to close their schools
ted the Doetioimu8e of General Morris, and ,, , ,f , M . , during the week of the Institute, thus artord-
tea tne poeuuimuse ui ucueiai no o, Tt(jy ffer( gj thetwo Napiers, who iu techerg actually engaged the opportunity
furnished a new inspiration to the most mi ,- !.-; tum of Wmim.
-! t i j r nil Kollo1 . . it. in a mi recommended to allow all such
Wlgim.. auu u.o.ou.ou,, ... t() rundn g &ff mmntaim - gball attBD(1 Uw in
omrjosers. Thomas Baker, who has pro- ,., , . ,i j i,j . . Llltll, f, tire davs.
- uiku. lug uuaba tuauu uuu'i ucaunay - - . . . ,
duced an admirable melody, light, spark- . . iU . , , b A . These measures are urged upon the proper
aucea an auiuiraoiB ui-iuuy, , DJ. Wn(j fln(j waves an(j reacnea- Boards a8 8 mo8l jut;ici0UH policy ; a policy
ling and graceful ns in the fair themfi of fc acci(lent the per8ong calculated to produce an imined.a.e s return to
Li), r,t .n mnaiMan. This son? DOS- . . . . ..... their individual localities of more than thrice
rilO PAINTERS. Wo have received a
large lot of Paint Brushes, from thecelebra
td Manufactory of J. Q. MoKsnkt A Co., to
which we invite your especial attention. These
Vtmalma urn nnsnmassed for durability and
elasticity. We have also a new article of Paint
Brush for painting Koots ol Douses, ooats, E0.
Also a cue assortment oi iiienuers, uraimng
Brushes and Brick Liners.
HENING & MELv IN.
pERFUMERY. The Subscribers have
now on hand a large and choice assertment
of Purfumery and Fancy goods which will be
sold very low. HUN1JNU UUbVlIN.
SPONGES. A fine assortment of Toilet,
Bath aud Carriage Sponges on hand.
HENING & MELVIN.
lnn BOXES SODA SALERATUS, on
1UU hand and will be sold to the trade very low
HENING & MELVIN.
' . .
Medical Hall Re-opened.
Tll. LOUIS KELLS having re-oponed
" this well known Drug establishment, soli
cits the intention of Physicians and the public
generally, to his well selected stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, 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 be given to
Prescriptions, and no medicine dispensed with
out nuviug ueen previously sunjeeieu 10 a sinci
examination. Every facility will be afforded
Physicians to examine and test the quality of
any article supplied by tins ftore. Determined
to keep the best quality of everything in this
line of business, the public can confidently re
ly upon any articles purchased at the
&ug. 1, ly. . MUUKJAb HA.1A..
He has tried it in over 1100 cafes, and tiervr
failed except in two cates, (froth thunder hu
mor.) He has now in his possession over two
hundred certificates of its virtno; all within
twenty miles of Bosson.
Two bottle are warranted to care a nursing
One to three bottles wI cure the worst kind
of pimples on the face.
Two to Hire bottles win clear uie system ot
Two bottles are warranted to curs the worst
canker in the mouth and stomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted to cure
the worst case ot Erysipelas.
One to two bottlet are warranted to cure all
humor iu the eves. .
Two bottles are warranted to cure running
of the ears aud blotches among the hair.
Four to six bottles are warranted to cure cor
rupt and running ulcere. -
One bottle will cure scaly eruptions of the
Two to three bottles, are warranted to cure
the worst case of ringworm. . ,
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure
the most desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warruoted to cure
the salt rheum.
Fi ve to eight bottles Will cure the worst case
of scrofula. '
i Abeuefit is always experienced from the first
bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when
the above ouautitv it taken.
Reader, 1 peddled over a thousand bottles' of
this in the vicinity ol Boston. 1 Enow Hie ei
fect of it in every case. So sure as water-will
extinguish fire, so sure will thia care humor I
never sold a bottle of it but that sold auother ;
after a trial it always speaks for itself. There
are two things about this herb that appear to
me surprising : first that it grows in our pas
tures, in some place quite plentiful, and yet
its value has never beeu known until I discov
ered It in 1846 second, that it should cure ull
kinds of humor.
Iu order to give some idea of tho sudden rise
and great popularity of the discovery, 1 will
slate that in April, lt&3, 1 peddled it, and sold
about six bottles per day in April, lti54, 1 sold
over one thousand bottles per day of it.
Some of the wholesale Druggists who have
been in business twenty and thirty Tears, say
that nothing in the annals of patent medicines
was ever like it. There is a universal praise
of it from all quarters. -Iu
my own practice I always kept it strictly
lor liuiuors out since us muouuciion as a gen
eral family medicine great and wonderful vir
tues have beeu found in ii that 1 never suspect
ed. - -
Several cases of epileptic fits a disease
which was always considered incurable, have
been cured by a tew uotues. u, wnat a mercy
if it will prove effectual in all cases of that aw
ful malady there are but few who have seen
moreAif it than I have.
I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of
them aged people, cured by it. Prom the vari
ous diseases of the Liver, sick headache, Dys
pepsia, asthma, fever and ague, pain m the side,
diseases of the spine, and particu.arly in dis
eases of the Kidneys, etc., the discovery has
done more irood than anv medicine ever known.
Ho change ot diet ever nececessary eat Uie
bestyuu get and enougn ol it.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNE
DY, No. 120, Warren St. Roxbury, Mass,
Trice SI, UU.
Wholesale Acents. New York City, C,
Olickner. 81 Barclav street: 0. H Ring, 192,
Broadway, Uush'.on & Clark, 275 Broadway
A. B. D. Sands. 100 Fulton Street.
General wholesale agents Western Pa Geo,
H. Keyser, Pittsburg, and Jas. P. Flemiug Al-
leglieny Ulty. I . n. l-ogan, v neenng va.
For sale by 11. D. MORRISON and
HENING & MELVIN, Steub., Ohio.
July 11. "
geoG2 p. sarnx & CO.. :
No. f-4 Woob Struct,
s " '." . PITTSBURGH, PI.,'
Ilatf now iii ftore a full assortment nf
IMPORTED ANl DOMESTIC
' ' DRY GOODS,
Which will bn kept wjbll assorted DUR
i no rac SEABOjrl
Eept. 5,-3ui. , - ' "
jVOTICE is hereby given that nn ppli
cation will be made to the Governor ot Ohio
for the pardot ofDawson TJaiU?y ! was con
victed for an assault with intent to kill, at the
October Terms 1855 of the Court of Common
Pleas of Jefferson County Ohio, and sentenced
by-said Court to throe years imprisonment iu
the penitentiary. Sept. ft. 1855. 3t
. Administrator'! Notice.
IAKE Notice that I hav been appointed
- and qualified as administrator of the Estate
of Piukuey Lewis deceased. Those having
claims against the estalewill present them for
allowance and settlement, those indebted will
make immediate payment.
Sept. OIBJJ. JAH A. L,B.VT1.
j ;. THATCHER & KERLIN,
';- ' "'' Herchaat Tailors.' , ' ' ' "
I AVE bow. received, direct from Tbil
t -adelphia, their Sprrnj and Snmraer ttock ef1
'i Onods, consisting in part flf cloths, all shaken,
I prin and quality, Drab De Eta and luliae
oihH for summer wear. assiS9ra, plain. Clack
and fniiey. full complete, arts' bniutifiil
ordrieiit of linen Pantalleoiwrry. ' Vesting, Eat
tut plain. faDcv and fiirnred Silk t. anerteneiTe
J as.iKirtriientof plain white fi(joed and fancy '
mareeillM. Bory, Silk, J.isle thread indent
ion,, plain fancy end figured nt hm, Olovee,
Plain and colored kid, Silk Lil thread and
Under Shirt and drawers, Silk, Lisia thrc;J
Gautc Flanuell, Linen, end cotton.' ovraU
latin, plain and figured silks, scarfs, Defoio-
Whooniner Conarh CotdiaL
A most valuable and successful remedy
in the preseut epidemic, for Sale at the
Drug Store of ' . Hssiso a Uxlvim.
Aug. xy,-at. . . 1
rpHE SU BSC HIRER would respectfully
inform his friends, and the .public, that he
ia running ins Machinery at- Harvey a Mil is,
Unionport. They are in excellent order, and
lie nas given universal satistactiou to tbose who
have favored him with their patronage. . He is
prepared to warrant all work done in the luest
Fulton. Foundry, Steam Engine & Car
TE AM ENGINES, Steam Boats, Steam
Ferry Boat, hulls and wood work com
plete, steam beilers, sheet Iron work, mill ma
chinery, and castings for grist and saw milh,
rail road car wheels, rail road cars ot every de
scription made to order. The proprietor of this
establishment having twenty-eight years of
practical experience togeiner wun exienBive
privileges, feels confident that he can do work
as wellaud as low ns any establishment in the
east or west. All communications will meet
with prompt alteution. P. F. GElSsE,
June 13. Wellsvuie, unio
sesses all tho elements of immense popu
larity, and will soon be found on every pi
ano throughout the country. '
in them completely drenched by the spray, the jtlav.
As thev passed un the river the people on y order ot tne uoara.
ef A ,
the dock, testified their admiration of the
bravery of those who manned them, and
sept. 19-6t. Jacob N. DKSXLLEM.JJlerjt
fWfrimid II. G. GAttUETThasiust Soy at the success of the effort, by enthu. UENRY BONE has taken charge of the
returned from the'east with one of the most siastic cheers and clapping of hands. " " F8par
-rvionM ofYiflr nf Drv Grinds ever brought The Tuscarora is an old brig, owned by H i,9a rfumished the principal rooms, and
W I , I . 1 .JJ..J n ikn M.n.lVt.
to this market. " They are now being open- Messrs. Davis & Sutton, of Buffalo, and t W PSto w.TatTu time's"
I-' OJ -i. a. I i.i J an tkft A?fnn rtf Tl I .. ..1 . 1. - I t n.n.lra( ntTsxla It
ed out at his store rooms on 3d street is reported insured in the iEtna, of Hart-
It would do your eyes good to call and ford. ' Her cargo is coal owned by II.
take a look at them. Advertisement will Morton & Co., of this city; and is insured
appear in next weeks paper, but. you need in the Chicago Mutual.-
not wait fdr that in order to make valid
and profitable purchases.
FatsH Arrival. Fishor & M'Feely
have just reoeived, a splendid stock of new
goods, of the best - and most fashionable
manufacture, style &o., consisting of La
dies Gaiters, French morrooco, and Kid
Boots, and shoes, of all description; gen
tlemen's, Boots & Shoes of the best ma
terial, Trunks & Carpet bags pf all sizes,
and a little the neatest shoes for children
that the city affords. Call and examine
for yourself. They are gentlemanly deal
When the boats left her, she was not
making any water, but had drifted so far
in shore that she touched bottom occasion-
ally. The storm continued severe through
the night, and it would not be surprising
if the brig is a total wreck this morning.
Oo Sunday morning the 23d inst., by
the Rev. D, B. Dorsey, Mr. Daniel Clem-
mous and Miss Oliverel ja Ormstoby Han-
us, all of Steubenville.
m with the best the market affords.
is Ilia intentiou. and shall De nis cousiauu cuie
n. ronrfnr his house, in every respect, all that
m hn desired bv his guests.
Boarders and Pleasure Parties accommodated
on reasonable ierms.
Cadiz Junction S. & I. Railroad
JOHN M'GUIEE, Proprietor.
THIS House is new, and every conveni
ence afforded to guests. Passengers on all
the trains oat at the Parks house.
(JTMeals only twenty hve cents,
Notice to Contractors.
1VTOTICE is hereby eiveu that the Com
missioners of Jefferson' County will meet
nt ii, hnusn .f Thos. Blackburn on I aland
Creek on Jhe road leading from Steubenville to
Knoxville on Tuesday the 2nd day ol Octo&er
plete style, and at the shortest notice,
ug.8. '55. ROBERT ARTHER.
' J Missouri House,
WATER STREET, (opposite the Pass
cngcr Depot ot the IJ. & 1'. liail-
road,) WELLSVILLE, Ohio.
WM. WHITAGERE, Proprietor.
fN succeedini' Capt. Crozer iu the
L "Missouri Tlouse," the present Proprietor
hopes, by attention to business, to retain (he
popularity and patronage which the bouse so
ustly merited u mier the auspice ot lns"illus
nous predece sor. juneb, ;oa
ille Scarfs, plain and figured silk, plain and
figured liuea hdkfi, ebirta, etending and
liyrdn eollara. suspenders, elt., - full sad cew- -
eral assortment of Genu famishing Goods, te
..j r -...
wnicn we wouia mn respecuutjy inviie tne air
tention of purchasers calling thia way, toexn
me our large and well selected stock, and judg
for themselves, all of which for the one need- .
ful," the grand cash, we hope to be able to sell
cheaper than ever before offered in thia market
may 15 j ' v-.v t '.: v K '"
Saddle, Harness and Trunk Kanufac-
tory, Wholesale and Retail. ).
V"0. 137, Market street, opposite WasB
Inirtoii Hall. The nndersicned would lev'
pect fully announce to their customers and the
tiubitc generally, mat uiey nave noin riotb
arire aud splendid assortment of Saddlerr,
comprising the following articles: plain and
fancy Baddies, nridies, marungaia, oarnesa
TruiiRs, uoiiars, whips, LAsnes, c, ., man
ufactured of the beat material, by the most ex
perienced workmen. Also, Mattresses of vari
ous kinds, made to order on the shortest notice.
Dealers in the above articles are respecnuuy
invited to oau ana examine our sioca oeiore
purchasing, satisfied that we can accommodate
on the most reasonable terms for cam.
WM. M'LAUOHLIJf SON.
Steubenville, Jan. 1, 1B55. -6m '
Market Sli eet, Oppotittt Public iSaildinyi,
iSlcuUrit utile, Uhio.
WM. MOSSGROVE, Proprietor;
The above house has been thoroughly refitted
and furnished in tne most modern style.
Carriages, Buggies, &c.
HPIIE SUBSCRIBER calls the attention
-" of his friends and the public in euneral to
his stock of Carriages, Buggies, Slide Seats,
tc, which he will sell at the lowest possible
price for cash or approved paper
Bliop on Third, between Mamet and Adams
sts., Steubenville, Uhlo. a. 11. BlUSTUlt.
OKEPAllN0 done on the shortest notice
and oh reasumible terms. 11. M. A.
House Paintiiw. Glazing, &o. . ;
pERRY COYLE would notify the ub-
lie that he is still ready to wait on his pa
trons in the business of House Painting, Glaz
ing, Paper Hanging and Graining. 8tirn Paint
ing done by journeymen. Shop oo Market si.
south side, opposite Kilgore'a new HnlL
Steubenville, Jan. J, IBoo.,
M'DOWELL & CO., ;
Bookelltri, Stationers, B"r Dealer, BUnk
Book Manufacturer! M Boo Bmdert,
lEALERS at Wholesale and Retail, in
- School, Classical, Medical,' Theological,
Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, Raled and
Plain Cap, Post and Note Papers, Printing and
Wrapping Papers, Wall Papers and Borders,
School, Countlng-Hmise and Fancy; Stationery.
Merchants and others desiring to purchase,
will do well to call and examine our stock.
The highest market price paid for Rags.
M DOWKLL A CO., "
Xerth aide of aket, above Fourth street,
Steubenville. Ohio. Jan. 155,
CHABLES F. TIIACI1EB. ROBSRT 8. WODOBOP
THACHER & WODDEOP,
WHOLESALE BOOT, SHOE AND
" TRUNK WAREHOUSE, No. 101 Arch
street between Tbirdand Fourth, up airs; four
doors below Union hoiel Philadelphia.
January 1, 1855.
sarnert and Fancy Hair Dressers.
rlMlE subscribers would announce to
the citizens of Steubenville and vicinity,
that they haye entered into co-partnership in
the above business, and are ready to wail on
customers at their establishment, where prompt
attention will be given to tnoss who tavortbem
wtth a call.
Shop on the North-east corner of Third nn
Market streets, under the store of Messrs
Dougherty. Steubenville, Ohio.
March. 29. 1H55 LEKTCS A HOPKinS
Boots! Boots!! Boots!!! J -JAMES
HAS on hand, and is" manufacturing,
Gents' Freneh Calf Stitched aud Pegged
Kip and coarse Boots and Shoes. Alto, Ladies
Misses aud Childrens Gaiters, Kid, Morocce
and Calf Boots, Buskins and Slippers ; an
keeps iu store a large stock of Eastern work df
the latest style, all of which lie will sell low
for Cash, at his fashionable Boot and Shoe More
Market Street, Steubenville, Ohio. ,t ' ,
Feb. 1, B55-3mon.
Haw Boot and Shoa Store. .
EA. TONNEK has on hand the larg-
est and best assortment of Boota, Shoes,
Hats and Caps that have ever been offered ia
this part of the country, s ne is aomg exclu
sively a cash business, lie can and will sell
wholesale and retail cneaper man any oinern
tablishtnent in the city. All who wish to pur
chase, will please call at the new Boot and oboe
autre of - a.a. wn,
Market street, between Fifth and Bath.
Steubenville, Jan. 1, 1855. 6 '
Corner of Market and Ohio sta ; (Fof
mnrlv nrrnpifld hv John S. Lacev. Eta..)
Wm. Milmax, Prop'r Cadis,.
ITTThe above named house has bees titor-
nnnlila finit and rpnairrd. and evarv atten-
A general atsortment of carpets, matting, oil , v:u he paid to sucnlv the want of the
cloth.Rugs, Ac. Now isthe time for bargains, j traveling community. Tueatabling is large and
at he store ol J . Alien. Uoruer d, near niaraei , Tt0nuiva. A libercl share of natronasr ia re-
1 A1.- 1 .... . .... V.. .
Comer of Main and Litbon Streets,
T. W. WHITACKE, Proprietor.
HAVING again taken this old establish
ed Hotel, the subscriber would respect
fully tender his acknowledgements to a gen
erous public for the very liberal patronage
heretofore received at their hands. Having
thoroughly ruuovated and refurnished the house
he hopes to be able to accommodate his patrous
in such style as will give entire satisfaction.
Tut Klabliug is large aud extensive. A liber
al share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
Ladies oi gentlemen can be accommodated with
siugle or double rooms at theii discretiou.
June l a. r. w. w una, nit ti.
Summer Dress Goods.
J ALLEN has just received a splendid
assortmeutof ladies' and genta' dress goods,
including the very latest styles, also, a spleudid
lot of Ladies Silk aud Lace Mantilas, just the
thing for snmuier. A large variety of bonnets
and trimmings, Ladies' aud Children's Shoes,
Steubenville and Indiana Railroad,
CHANUii Oh1 TIME.
TWO DAILY TRAINS.
ON ANU AFTER MONUiii', Sept. 10 vg.w,n.H.D
1855, the MAIL TRAIN will leave Steu- Jane Dung
benville daily (Sundays excepted; at ,lo
clock, a. in., and arrive at Newark at 1.45 o'
clock p. m.
Tho Express Train leaves Steubenville
at 5 P. M. aud arrives at Newark at 11.30
street, Steubenville, Ohio.
May dU, '55.
soectfullv solicited. WM. MILLIOAN.
UauiE U., inarcn zi5L uo-u
Thomas Cole Plaintiff 1 In Jeff. Com, Pleas
uuKanand The Defendants Wm
mean, Uett. 1 tl. uungan and jane
Dungan are hereby nolidsd thatl have tiled in
the Court ' of Common Pleat for Jefferson
TnE American Monthly Magaaioe for
March, Devoted to Literature, Biography,
Sketrhea Stories. Travels. Adventures, Ana.
Sciences, General Intelligence, 4c. Togetker
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
TRANSPORTATION OFFICE, S. & I. R.R. )
16th 1855. j
Steubenville, April 16th
4 FREIGHT TRAIN is now running
to Newark, leaving Steubenville daily,
(Sundays excepted,) at 5 o'clobk a. m.
Shipments to au stations, except; unioopon,
Cadis, Fairview and New Market, Urichsville,
Port Washington, NiwComerstown, Lafayette,
Cesliocton, Adams' Mills, Dresden and Newark
must be pre-paid.
Shippers win please conclude lueir tnipments
and receive their consigniueuts previous to 6
o clock each evening,
ap 17, 1B55. General Freight Agent
Both trains connecting 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 U
Tho Mail Train leaves Newark at 12 o -
clock, M. and arrives at Steubenville at 6.
45 P. M. Pas-sengers by this train leave
Cincinnati at 6 o'clock A. M.
FARE. From Steubenville, through
by Rail Road,
..... . A . IE!
" Cinoinuati.. 6,50
.' Mount Vernon.. ......... 3,75
l :.t !....f.j:t..:..l...nn..nnhiunM. m l.
County Ohio a pe ion . agams them, the -TluyVh
object and prayer, which is to U certain real large collection or good reading
estate in aaid County mortgaged by the defen- in Bny Marine ia the
dants. to tecure the payment of a note of Wm, 'D"r t i' .. .,.!,. . i;..
rniiniTT. ni itrwwiii. nuiuuct vviibasM m -
GROCERY AND PEED STORE.
rTHE subscribers have on hand, and in-
tend keeping on hand a good supply of
orn, Oats and Mill feed. Also a good supply
cf Gmceries, generally kept in grocery estab
oishments, South west corner of Fourth tnd
LAdams street, Steubenville Ohio.
Jan. 1, 1855. ME1KLE AND STARK,
eountrv. The Present number
like portrait ot uenerat cam nounwn, wjiwh
with a Biographical sketch. I1" $3 PW,3'T
in advauce. Siugle copies 25 cents. A liber
al discount made to agents - ,
AGENTS.Uood, smart, indostnoun ngenia
U. Dungan to me for $380 dated August 24th
1852 aud payable on tne 1st nay ol April ibdd.
The real estate souirht to be told is described
as follows. Part of N. S. Q'. Sec. 10 Township
10 RaiiKe 3. .beginning at a gate post at btcw-
urts corner, thence a.Bft. 10 rods to astake, I . .nypi.- n the United
thence N. 594 " W. 15 rods to a stake, thence nffin4,vv. M-..in 5-.nl 6Soll.v'a
n.73K 0 W. Id rods to a stake on Marshes Jiue, " Tr n '- '
thence S. 7,o : 18 rods with d t. a 'T JAMES S.'TOTtLE Aco.
si-aae, Vne..wo... gend in your orders aa soon at post We.
stake, theuce S. 65 0 E. 14 rods 12 links to place cuu ' oeheral AGENTS '
of begmmng containing aoout acree. Boston-J. Federhen 4 co.. Fetridge 4 ce.,
Mn4 t ha a., 1 rl luluhn u II IB UFA furl 111 rfl Ifl - nil. I .
uu "! -ri.-r , . nrl Win. V. Snencer.
swer said petition on or before the 18th day of
Uctobcr load or suner tuagenieni in tne premis-
en, on ueiauit. nuiuag wwi.
September 5 1855. 6tw.
Rachel Price Et. al. 1
Pew YorkRoss & Jones.
Philadelphia J. . Itoberte A co.
altltnore Wm. H. Crowly, A co.
The Green Mountain Rotary.
A COOKING STOVE designed for far
mora and b nt pi kepnera. burnine wood and
coal, and guarantied to give satisfaction to pur-
f-hHSprs. AISO ETNA AIR TIGHTS larCt OTBJf HI
the Sur of the West. The stoves are far ahead
At iVm Wsl,;nrrtnii Hall on the 0th nxt. for the purp6e receiving prop osais inr
At the V ashingtou uall, on tne .utn v r , aud wood work of a
inot Y,tt iha P.flilni" nf, this nnnp.r. Mr. v..;.i..A laiaml npk at thatnlace. Propo-
ere and will give you a first rate articlo for I !,,. RlNE to M:8S Mart Ans Apple- 8al8 wiU als0 receiv,ed forihe Sf
.L c.. ' W An- 'Ann JAMK8 RINK, to WlSS WART AFPM filling in of said work, to be reckoned at so
vu iumiv vmo m-w.. . - j.ir.renT. rn Dhin m,..( ri.,i.ni. t ia atone worK to oe
recKonea at so muon per peruu. ocp''
posals will be required tor tne eione ana woou
WorK. ry oraer oi vyuuiuiinaiu.i,
bt, all of Jefferson Co. Ohio.
Oodey'a Lady's Rook for October is, on
our table. Thia ia the best No. of Qodey
We have ever received, and .will increase
'. the wide gproitd famo of its popular propri-
"etor. ' The fashion plato is a beautiful spec- Grain Wheat,'.'.'.'.'.'
' :.on Afnhnt flnrlew fifth do. Wo hoTlfl Com.....
Tao Amkeioan Office,
, ' Sept. 26 1855
Flour. By wagon load ,.... $7.00 j
- oer cwt.......r. .4,00
Corn Meal.,.. 90
,.reu i,as wnite, i.au
the ladie'a will hot fail to patronize thia vrt.u Beans.
;:elcgaut maganine, price for a single copy Potatoet-Neshannock?.
13.00. AddresaL. A.
The terrible gloom still hangs over Nor
folk. During the twenty-four hours en
ding at toon on 'J?ucBtlay, fifty new' cases
and thirty eight deatbB occurred. At
PorUmouth, durjng the Same period, there
were 11 deaths.
Seeds Clover. . ,
J. S. LOWE, Clerk to Oom'rs.
Steub. Sept. 12, '55-4t. .
FROM , the premises of the Subscriber
in CroBt Creek Township, Jefferson county
Ohio, a large dark bay horse, 17 hands high,
3 oo Ishoa belore, the nign nina iooi wiuie,
371 the face, small wtaito spot on me ueaa causou
$ by theidle,;
20 Address JUtlJN uuiNJNi.wunA.iu,
M0 SeDt. 12. 3t.-t)d. 5 . Holmes' Mill.
W Ao--l niHM t.AKfliMr (iHEAl'ES'l'-AND
iYoung Peaquod fell in love yesterday.
Says, he felt like a barrel and a half of new
maple sugar sliding down a rainbow, greas- ..-
ell with butter at forty two cents a pound. I sieulcnville, sept. W .5-ly
.';'v- 8. L. fihajp,';; '
- Wholesale and Retail Tobacoonlst. .
KEEPS constantly oil hands all kinds 6f
manufactured tobacco, cigari and , snuff .
Articles sold by blra are warranted to be of the
bBtjality.i - ..-..v: . . ' - '
"Shoo on Market street, south aide, one door
below sixth street, aud opposite Nash's new
hst Stock of Boota Shoes and Trunks ever
ttar rl m this Market can be found at the City
oboe Store Wastlogtou Hall buildings Market
St. Htcubenvuie unio. ow
August 29th 1855. :
Cbrrter of Third and Adams Streets,
Steuben vims, Ohio. , :r
IOSEPII DLACKDURN bus taken this
house formerly known as the Rannd Corner."
and has refitted it up in comforUole m le and
now asks a share of patrohage. Billij low and
accommodations equal to Aose Who make mom
I pretences. ; - . : . "y
Shaving: and Hair Dressing
LEWIS STEVENS would respectfully
inform his friends and the public that he
has taken a room adjoining the U.S. house
where he is ready at all times to wail on his
patrons In his line, in the most polite manner,
end would be pleased to receive a liberal Bhare
april 24th 1855. '
Dry Goods at Reduced Prices.
A LEXANDER CONN invites the at-
lt,.niinn nf hi numerous costomort and the
niihlin frnnnrAllv. to the fact, that he is now di-
,f i ho balance of hit large and attrac
tive Btock of Winter Dry Goods at great reduc
tions from former rices. The assortment com
prises in pnrt, French Merinoet diuerent shades
and quelities.Coburgs, Pararoettae, Thibet Me
riiioes, Persian Twills, Wool Delaines, figured
and plain Cashmeres, Bombasines, black Dress
Silks, plain, barred and figured fancy, plaid and
figured do., Ginghams, Prints, etc., etc. Also,
a lull and complete assonmentoi Aiuuiuiumiun,
White Goods, Ribbous, Gloves and Hosiery,
Trimmings, Notions, etc., Shawls , in great
variety and at very low prices, consisting of
fine Broche, Thibet, Cashmere and the Bay State
Long Jhawla. Also, our usual excellent stock
of Housekeeping Goods, comprising nearly eve
ry thing in the Dry Goods line, needed in iam-
ilies. Call and examine neiore purcnasing else
. South west corner Fourth and Market tts.
Sleubenville, Jan. 1, 1855.
NOTICE is hereby given to Josiah Price f anv vet introduced for baking and roasting.
and Rachel Price his wife Thomas Hanson In respect to saving fuel and for durability are
, i .i i y i ! T-tt- I liiiamiaiitMl . MannintMitrtVi nv a. nrmuier.
sua imaoetb t anson niswue, o ueuer- n-- -rr" rf .iontUntlr
son County, O bio, Jacob i'ooi and Alary on j assortment of all kindaoftia
I'ool uis wile oi Dionroo county, vnio.uo- sheet-Iron andBrasn Ware, rerwnt in wan
seph Cross and Sarah Cross, his wife of of anything in hit line will save money by fir.
r ..... ' . . - I 1,1 . o.ll - 9w.li;n rnnfinw anil all Kind
Iowa County, Michigan: aniWdoaona -'- rnaVdrt W iPH-
Hicks, David Hicks, Isaac iiicks, Elizabeth ceJ The highest prices paid for old eoppsr er
Hicks, Francis C. Hicks, and Martha pewter. Store South 4th street nearly opfwtit
Hiclta dfinfiaaed. the Norton House. , J . H. L1M1)B .
. - - . .. .,. 1Hr,r.
nf AoWarantl I'nnnlv flhlfl that nn thftl Jl
41 iSandusky.. U,Uy
, " Detroit 7,00
" Chicago 1,75
Rock Islund 17,75
" Saint Louis 20,75
For through tickets aud further informa
tion apply to F. A. Wells, Ageut, Steu
benville. Th Cadiz Accommodation Train.
finnnncts with both the above trains at the 28th day of August 1855, Samuel Hicks
Junction. filed in the offioe of the Clerk of the Court
AGENTS. . of Common Pleas for JeHersouU)unty,u
James Collins & Co., Freight and Pass- against them his petition which is now
enger Agents, No. 114 and 115 Water at.,
J . N. Kinney, Froight Agent, Broadway
Cincinnati. ' .
P. W. Strador, Passenger Agent, Broad-
ANEW COOKING STOVE, new i
design and principle, for burning Coal, baa
an extra large oven, good draft, and easily
ponding wherein the said petitioner demands tations 'of aU and guar,,, to giv satisfae-
s By Adami' Expsesi,
fPHIS dav. Ladies' Straw and Silk Bon
nets and misses flats, and bonnet ribbons.f
a irood assortment for sale low at the ttoreo
n 3.: J.ALLEN.,
Richard Hooker, Passenger Agent, New
ark. F. A. Wells, do. Steubenville.
- Gen'l -Fr't and Ticket Agt.
E. W Woodward, Superintoudant. -Sept'
12, 1855. ' -
HAVING taken the large and convenient
three storv brick house, at the west corner
of the public square, and fully repaired ana re
furnished the entire establishment the under
signed oners it to the consideration of the pub
lic. He assures those who may patronise him
that everv effort will be made to render them
perteciiy eoroionaoie, ana mat ibii urns um; .ers
will be charged. Ue rests nis claims ? witnu Touatocs, Capers,
r Newark, Aug. 8, '55 tf. '
partition of the following Real Estate, ait- tioa to the purchaser. Will youeall and see i
uate iu Jefferson County; Ohio, of whioti Nos. 3 and 4 Extra Coal Uoek Stovet .
k v-u n:.n. u fWi. A "1 " S Hartley " y : do.,.
Urj UUUU 1A1UUO ItfcLu va rHiA vvuu vj 'V
siczedto wit:- The South West Quarter
of Section No. 14'. in Township Ten and
Range Three, and that at the next Term
of the Court of Common Pleas for said
County of Jefferson said petitioner will make
application for an order that partition may
be made of said premises.
MOODEY & ELLlU'iX
Sept. 6 6t , His Attorneys .
N. G0SSETT, -
Dealer in Fancy Groceries and Confec-
tionanes1 Market Btreet, between Otu
and 6th, in Dike's Buildings,';
Steubenville. Ohio. - 1 ' ?
Has jnst received a fine assortment of Fancy
urocertea, VoniecuonanoB, w. , ,
The stock comprises in part tne following:
Fresh Fruittj Pickles, Sardines, Sproed oys.
United States House. . .
U : W. EARL, Proprietor, corner Mar
ket and High streets, near the River, Steu.
benville, Obif. . Jan. 1,'5
Pepper Sauce, Lobsters,
Catsup. ' - ,
Rnuklinir CaUwba and Still WiuCS. -
Crackers and cheese, fine cigars and chewing-
Tobacco, and Fire Works. t , '
The pnblio are respectfully requested Ueau
and exanjio our stock, W. GOSSETT
July JUh l
l ,: .'--s. ; " ...
3 " 4 Air Ticht Woed , do.
" 2 " 4 Premium ' do. d. "
" -1 ." 2 4 Cook ot Bachelor StoT 1
Egg, Parlor and (Jhamlier Stovee of beautifv
design, Fancy Grates, Fenders, etc., etc., alt
reduced prices, at tneunio rounury w arerooms
Market Btreet. 8HAEP CKAIO. "
Steubenville. Jan. X, 1855. ;, ,; ; , ; ;
, kv Lisrht SsruexratTDe fioom.; .
GW. WISER, respectfully announce
to the public, that he has recently refitt
ed and refurnished the rooms, corner Fifth
and Market streets, in a style inferior to nonet
He hatpered no pains or expense to make hit
rooms pleasant, wnere one ana ail may iui
pleasure in visiting, and when all who wish
may ue euppiiea wun vnjjumiwt; p v
finest lone, true to tU life, at very reasonable
rates, and will take great pains to please all
who mty favor him with their patronage, i
ETKoomB corner or niu ana arneiKtw
immediately over Ealated't Shoe Store
Steubenville. Jan. I. JN s .-j.. .
BARBER and fashionable hair 4tesssr..
. Basora set, and all kinds of Sunrgicsl tw-."
etrument put in god ordof. Room nndee '
the Mechanioa' Saviue Fuud, Maikel et.. rt,
the Washington hall, between 3d. and 4ik.u
april Wi, 1855. - ' . . ' :i