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; ' Equbea anrl 'Phoebe' !l
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fin MaouuoiilQr ft maidep dwolt,-- .,, ,
'--nrnftroe was Phcbe Brown
- Ucr trhoeks Were red,; her oair was black,
. T, 'And ; alio ' was considered, by ' good
K.i:' judges, to be by all odds the best
. Ur ago -was nearly seventeen
iroy.eyoa'wore sparkling bright, V'.;
A very lovely girl was she - ., ' .
vtAa,i fir about a year and a half there
vv'.1 had been a young1 man paying at-
,V,r, "tention to her by the name of Rcu
:W ben' Wright:"- ' 1 ; '
Now Rouberi was a nici? young man,
As any in the town ,
Aud'Fhebe loved him Vcfy dear. '"4
' Bat pn account of liis. being obliged to
i.'work.ff a living, hjc never could make
himself agreeable to old Mr. and Mrs.
ron.;',' ..;, '.., :.. '
liar parents were resolvod ';. .
An.Qtuer'ne should' wetl.'..'-; ' ',
A rich old miser in the place ;
' And old Brown frequently .declared
:tint rather than have his daughter
marry Reuben Wright, ho'd sooner
- knock him on the head.
But Phebe'shoart was brave and strong,
Shefcarcd no parent's frown ; :
And as for Reuben Wright so bold,
I've heard him say more than fifty
" 'timcB that, (with tho exception of
1'hebc,) he didn't care a- for tho
whole race of Brown 'bj
So Phebe Brown and Rouben Wright
' 'Determined they would marry j
Three weeks ago butt Tuesday night ,
They started forold Parson Webster's
' determined to be united in the ho
w " ..ly . bonds of matrimony, though it
"was tremendous dark and rained
v. , , like Old Ilarry. ,
But Captain Brown was wide awake';
' He loaded up his gun,
-And then pursued the loving pair ;
t'iVHof overtook 'em when they'd got
'about half way to the Parson's and
: 'then Keuben and Pheke started off
( h- in a run.
Old Brown then took a duadly aim
- -Towards youug Reuben's heiid ;
..But oil J it was a bleeding shame,
..jlTe made a mistake and shot his only
danhfer, and had the unspeikable
.t h "anguish of.. peeing her 'drop right
' down stone dead.' ''. '
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"Thio-n'nuib filled young Reuben's heart
"' And vengeance crazed bis brain;
r'f And nlunced it into old Brown about h6re 13 gOTernment. force to
" k c
1 fifty or sixty times, so that it is
v i; ' - doubtful about his ever coming too
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A Retrospect Tat. Fpreignism at Cinck
nati, and the Necessity of Americanism.
From a lengthy article jn regard to elec
tion in Cincinnati, which wo -find in. the
Times, we clip tho following well-timed re
marks, and commend them to general . at
tention: ' ' . ..
' So early as 1844, ton years ago, at a
place then called thi? "Pun ITorse Tavern,"
in the 12th Ward, if we mistake uot, be
fore 'Amencanism,' had a . political organi
zation, tho foreignism of that locality was
wont to exhibit itself at preliminary meet
ings," in a very offensive, not ' tosay daft?j
gorous manner. The same spirit of evil
that now brands 'Americans,' with nton- '
tions to violate tho jiublio pcaco, and ' to
deny foreigners the franchises to which they
are legally entitled, thcn mado it danger
ous for any voter, not a Grm friend', friend
and ally of foreignism, to show himself 7 in
that vicinity. Gen. Cary, who , was invited
to discuss with' John Brough at the 'fDun
Horse," some points of political difference,
was "eggcd"v by peaceful foreigners; and.
even Clias. Recmelin, a countryman,- found,
to his disgust,' that freedom of speech. waS
but a fiction f'over the Rhine,", when ; the
undisciplined passions of . tho 'multitude
were excited by demagogues, and jet loose
upon society. The naso of . Gcn.aJary . is
but an illustration of a general character-'
istic existing and acting' in our midst long
before 'Americanism, was born, or the un
fortunate riots of St. Louis and. Louisville
had taken place. . , V- ; .
The rights and perogatives enjoyed by
em migrants aro the gracious gift of Amer
ican law; rights not enjoyed in the land
whence they xiome-rights which neither
the valor of their aucestors nor their own,
soul wrest from their sovereigns and mas
ters at home, but which, won by tho wis
dom and martial powers of sturdy robols
to the Majesty of England, were scattered
broadcast before mankind, and they, with
the rest, have been recipients thereof
Time has shown to the apprehension of)
many, that a probationary term of five
years is too short to eradicate old and 1m
A Desperate light
On Mdnday evening last, John Steiner,
hordsman to M. L. Sullivaniliad a desper
ato encounter with buck oik. After the
cows bad beo'n milked in the evening, the
herdsman attempted to drive then: away,
which displeased the elk, and he manifested
his opposition- by shaking his . head and
stamping his feet; his appearance becoming
more threatening; Steincr,Jpioked npa stick,
when the elk, with his hair all br'stled up
and furry in bis eyes, instantly plunged at
him. . He received the attack firmly; and
yith a' stout blow, which broke his" stick
and doprived him of his only means of de
fence, t Seizing the infuriated beast" by his
antlers with one hand and grasping him
by the nosb, with tho 'other he: was thus
enabled to protect himself by thus turning
asido die tremendous and sharp pointod
horns For more than an hour did this
terribhi struggle fot.mostery continue, be
tween the man and tho enranged' brute ;
ho ojlc making all the while' the most des
perate plunges, and the man every muscle
hi tliis battlo for life ' -; , :
More than once was ho on the point of
of gi ving up, but the love of life and the
ifeftught of dying insnch a manner with no
one 'to . witness, nerved him with new
strength and inspired the hope of wearing
out the stubborn beast. Several times the
horns of the elk tore their way through, the
quivering flesh of tho unfortunate man.
Exhausted at length by the violence of.tiis
exertions and the loss of blood, he sank to
the grbuud, where the savage boast had it
all his own way.' When he recovered his
consciousness, it was with extreme difficul
ty that he dragged his . lacerated body to
his solitary cabin wliero he laid himself up
ou his bed. Belief seemed hopeless, for
tho night, had come on with clouds and
darkness, and the nearest human being
was a mile away. . His respiration soon be
came difficult and painful from internal
hemorrhage, . and finding that lie was
growing worse arid worse, he roused him
self for one more struggle for life.
He rose, he hardly knows how, saddled
plant new political instincts and principles his horse and rode down to Frankilton, a
among men who have lost tho ductility of distance of two miles where he arrived in
youth, and though others may differ from an exhausted and fainting condilion, about
"Americans" on this point, it forms no 9 o'clock, or some three or four hours after
proper ground for ill feeling. the conflict. Dr. Loving having been sent
Our whole government is one of ocinion, for, skillfully 'dressed Stciner's wounds,
whilst those of the old world are govern- but lie still lies in a most critical and dan-
ments of force; there is not one on the con- gcrous condition. The prongs of the ant-
tincnt of Europe that would exist a week, ler entered his chest, a little below the
but for a standing army, a powerful police, heart, lacerating the left lung, and piercing
and system of espionge that creeps into the the right. A dreadful gash, sono five in
very kitchens, bed-chambers, and private ches long, on the right thigh, barely miss
walks of individuals. It is not, therefore, ed the femoral artery, and the back and
to be expected, that illiterate and conse- body are very much bruised. Steiner
qucntly narrow minded menb'rei under seems never for a moment to have lost his
these restraints, should understand what a presence of mind fluxing this hcrnksinig
governnicnt of opinion is, or judge, that gle. ' "
The affair is the more singular, because
maintain, is permitted to those strong eu- the animal had never before exhibited any
ough to do it. Americans do yield much, malicious disposition, and, this herdsman,
and ever have, but this is yielded as grace, wno had charge of it from a very early per
not as a right, and it should be so under- iod, bad been in the habit of feeding it from
stood. . his hand. '
It is idle to suppose, that Americans "Catterwisser "
will give up their institutions to be for- 0ne of the ret)orter8 of the Phiiadclnhia
"The briny drops from Reuben's eyes
In torrents poured they down;
IITvielded uo the ehost and died
. . And this melancholy and heart-ren- cignized, and their influence directed to Bulletin furnishes the following:
ding matter terminates the history mcuication oi wnat tney ao not approve G0ing t0 Wilmington the other day in
, ef Reuben, and riiebe ana iiKewise -" . the cars, wo saw a ratlior singular looking
of old Captain Brown.
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NOTICE TO THE TAX-PAYERS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY.
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cuwtswtoDjoBMMCJtawtowMMQ I Total State Levy. . Lj" a.!
SSSSSSSSSSSoSSSSSSSSSSP.I bounty expenses.
Int. on State Debt.
State Com. School.
M M p Dist. School' Libr'y.
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w cnoittwo'Wcioiwoioip j Bridge purposes
cncwwcnciwiwenoioiwcNwccripia j Poor purposes..,''
McnoiOffMW; w i !S2zzzZ p I To. J!jxponscs ' ' .
.Sr.SSS: . 8S2S2'SS: P I TP- School Tax. .
: gp Town & . City pur.
" i w P 1 Cfity Railroad ; '
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135 P Tp Railroad..
a J Road purposes. ' '
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p District No. 1.
p District No. 2.
District No. 3.
District No. 4.
District No. 5.
District No. 6.
District No. 7.
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District No. 8.
District No. 9.
District No 10.
District No 11.
District No 12.
District No 13.
District o 14.
Times and Places desigtate4 fo the receiving of Taxes in the leveral Townships
In Knot township1 on; Clfonday, September 24thH at tho -plact of, holding electious. ;J
In Saline township en Tuesday, September tSih, at Hauimondsvillo
In Brush Creek township, on Wednesday, Sept.; 20th at the plc of holding clcctionjtf
In Springfield township o Friday Sept. 27th at tho place of hQldinff oleotiouB.r y;
In Wayne township on SatWay Sept. 28tli at, th0 place of holding elections;
Iq Smitbfiel4 township on Jloiiday October Ist.at thg placrf rf holding eloctio .
In3It., Pleasant township pu Tuesday .and .Wednesday October 2a and 3d,aAnet
''place of holding elections. ". ' ,-. ' . "'';f '. ; ' '
In Syrro.i townehip'on' Monday Qetobeffith at the place of .iolding'cleetioni.'; il 3 ?
;I will pJso. attend at the Treasurer's. Office in Sfeubenville, uhtiUhe 20'th December
ensuing, to receive the tixes of those who ounnotjnako it convenient to pay while at
tending in the township3.,vAftor that tiino (iie lawful penalty will beaddod.v1 '
" The Trcasnrer ot Htate rciuscs w niKoany rfcinif hotefi,'exoopt tue notes, Or bills of'
specio pay lug uauHS m wiw ionuw vvUiug iaw. . v i t v : w
.'X ; f, ALEXANDER SKELLEY TaEAajBEa p Jepferom CotfNtVj'-
Treasurer Office, Jefferson county, Sept. 19, '56. .' "" " - j- v.
.;: "' ': LATEST ARRIVAL.
: : STERLING & DUNLAP. . 1
HAVE , received their new !- Spring and
SuramerGoods, to which they Invite the at-'
tention of tho citv and countrY trade. Being
klotortnined to sU our gooda as low for cash as
any other, bouse in the trade,-:. .".:?
. Steuben villa. May 1st '55.rv ,-,' 'i : " V-
BONNETSi BONNETS I j A beautiful
asHortmenr received this day by . " "
mayj , , STERLING & DITNLAP. ...
DRESS GOODS All tho new and varied
styles for sale cheap for tstsh. ' " '"'.
may 1 STERLING & DDlILiP. .
BOOTS AND SHOES A largo assort
ment nf nil kliidx for Ladica. Misses. Ohild-
ren, Men and Boys for sale as low as, any other
houHG in the citr' ! . - ' . ' l-
may 1 . . tsi attuflv yuwiiar.
H AT'S AND CAPS--A good assortment
instrecdved at' '"'' ' " "
may STEELING & DUNLAP.-
fin BARRELS UTIOA; LIME in Btore
"Vond for sale at ' , ; - " . .
may.' ' -T ; ;. 8TEKL1WG &VV9bAV.'
S. f. P ; DEACHES- 60 bushels dry Peaches just
" o 2 S" I "received by ,.- - . .;-;. . .'....
O 1 H I ' nmtTinV 1a t TT- wtT AH '
fOi-ORED.. CARPET . CHAIN 500
vnnnnda iiiat. rpcpivcd and foT Sale bv ' ' ', V ' 1
may , .v. STERLING and DUNLAP..
Oaa DOZEU BROOMS in store and for
TE are now receiving ono' of tho laf
gesl nd best (elected Stock! of '
ever oeiore ottered. , Our Sfnck ia a
Spring, and comprwei the latest und best style.
It consists io part of ' 7 .' ,. -,'vi
of new and beautiful AmtmiT: :.' ,fv
PARLOR DRAINS ROOET,
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'STERLING and DUNLAP.
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' Sevastopol Not Taken!
FEIST, ' Market street, has in store an
excellent assortment of CONFECTIONE
RIES, fcc., purchased expressly for this market
Raisins by the pound or box; Crackers, choice
brands; Currants; Candies; Dato; Prunes; Lem
ons; Figs; Citron; Gum Drops; Know Nothings;
Jenny Lihd Drops; Cakes of all kinds; Nuts of
all kinds; Fruits; t ire uracKcrs, lorpeuoes, ait.
Parties furnished with Pound, Fruit, Lady Cake
and Ice Cream. 1 . 1 - , ' ' ' 1 ' " '
Great inducements offered to Country merch
ants and others, who wish to purchase by the
quantity. I'or bargains in Confectioneries, cal
at ., -'. FEIST'S,
Jan. 1, '55. ' Market st., Stenbenvillo.
Twenty cents on eac
eons in sub district no
William D. Sherrow, Barbsr, .
SHOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the mltilic. that lie is ready at all
-T-L-- i- i j ii u ,T. hn lwiatl oT'tlie uropertv of colored per- times (Sabbath excepted) to wait upon custa-
tch hundred dollar has also been lev "fi'V fa is iacludea in mere tn bis line. Rooms South 4th Street, one
. 5 Steubenville Township, amounting to $lWwliictt is ibciu door north of the Norton Hotel.
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00 OO CO U C GO M O BtH rt-jt J-I J-l l
"ao jj "--j "o oc z "o lei "t-ir-i o V ci "cs "k a
lo ii 4- p- w 4- h h h m c ; o a-
Kossuth, on the War. individual, some vrhatstout, rather careless-
On the 5th of July, '54, Kossuth made ly dressed, and with a straw hat pressed
the following remarks on the rumor that "own over his eycs ne was alsodistinguish-
Fr the Trun American.
i'Tywic T.onff Airo."
Al, 1 Vora to nnxrir. in tbosfl WOrdfl. ttU U;U,P' W "IKO OeOaSKipOl iUiumu-Lrio uu oppuicuuj UIUIUIU
I,. tW TUv will melt "l aon 1 CD 6eDastopoI oi a ?.. , a lul ralu ou-
LLt .rt. Vrinr tesn, to th bright bv 6ca- 14 woul(i ct sacrifices which you ensive looking old gentleman who was sit-
L.L, .t.- .Wn life wnR neither can afford nor risk. And as to ta- ting near him, happened to mention the
' all Bunshinei and the'Btream flowed smooth- kinS by land, to take an entrenched Cattawisscr railroad, when our hnpurturk-
J V 1. I 1 I I 1 111 A fill ntl J nM1.l..lM MA m n li- Lai
lv "Ions lone 8eo." It is only three r y WTIWlQ wrtrcsses, ana auuuuuiy iaiB1ug iui uuu,
words, yet they are all powerful. They "u """JS"'" '" Lutiir ut'arJ a"u ""u6"b " u"
-ftrrvMbaclt to childhood, that oasis, in ucw ttrmJtJS Pounu lut0 yur DanK a"a B"" lu
Kf'. no60H ,iin UA r'PRtP,l nnr rear-and you in the plains of the Crimea, eyes, thus spoke:
" " " .i , . . .i tinti :..t rri .
tmn,M nnp b, nnfl from m. before mis- wuu n no cavalry 10 "SlSt mem '' uavmuu
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rnn Wbon oubh thnf nrieo uuc141) "tar,j mai is sucu an unucrtaKing uul xiu, on.
looked lovingly into our own: had not t06UcceeJ in which more forces are ne- said the old gentleman, looking rathersur-
UinJn i.ul m lit .fir luuu XllBUU UUU K IHUCB Can CV- -, Jfuu UU-
ipUcB only for others. When our trust er unite in that (luartcr for 8Uch an aim-- llove !n Lereatter-Don 1 o it unless your
'inhuman kindness was unshaken, "long, You will be beaten : remember my word- Hfe a insured if I was agent of a Life In-
on-igb," e'er we had learned to doubt Your braves will M in vain under Rus- suraneo Company, Id put it into every
' . . .. . ainn l.iillofa nml iVImnnn nlv na tlin 'R,.o- nolicv. that evcrv man who travftlml on thn
tb'O' winning smile and word of kindness, " v"" u ""v , . - - " ;
..nAn T,nn,,r iMt .u ,nm A 11 under Turkish bullets and Dan- Catterwisscr road should pay five per cent.
..' fc -"v w ,. e T . . . , - T:4 u rt.n. :. -9
. uuiuu icvcr. not one oul oi nve oi your im tuc mc vaucriviowi
ll I 1. ..J .. 11 ii ; Mn.t. "D.Mtl.A.tl ,..,r.tl...
l,o.r tb.f tUv mirrLf. nim mm Miw uruvKS U Vain, SUaU SC6 A101- " ""v-mau.
WW, life ,nd.hr;.UnnilWiful on or Gallia again." : "Well, I'll tell, you how it is;, they've I
i j-.v i Mr. Bright in a recent speech in tho gathered up all tho sharp curves, and long
v . . . Vrwtllcli P..i-K,.,...,i.f ,.n tl.. nnn.l.mf t n'lni'PS. ftnd burn trnstln wnrV find utenn I
we had found by better experience, that '" " --" e , y
. i nder nverr rose rows a thorn. War. wa wur quoleu lul8 PS0 01 OSSUtflS speecu g.uuw ou uu uio ruaus in mo umiou ouwes,
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WwthatvWMlovliGntoiiMrtliannmx.t aua aid : - , - .. u muaunuon oi wuul a rauroau cu oe,
' . -.l : i, 3 "it ono ot the o d T)ro!)Het9 Iiai ansnn uui wiurts s ono uuvauiago udouu me uui-
n lautin ; vca eitriu hum us kuiiuchiiih. ana wh i ir r i
may" learn to bear with resignation ita tri- in 0ur midst' 8Pcnkbg un3ot tne lectin- terwissor there's a savin' of bell rope, it
aJs. and lav ud our treasures in llcmn.- t,UttWUU Vl "cuvuu mui -j..., uu
But tho word. "W lnna nrro." ill actly Ported out tne desperate cxpe- conuuewr wanis to spew to tue cngtn-
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still make achine hearts and tearful cvei, amoD WU1C& yoa wero aD0Ut 10 undertake, wr, uu JU8t fiu3 ou to mo umacr ena oi
nutil we re-ioin the loved and lost in IIeav- Orthcfrifihtful iMters which you were tho hind car, and that jest brings , him
cn. whera no tears a re evor shed and sor- entailiug uPn yur country." where he can shake hands with the engia-
row never comes. 1 Cattiz. Ihe JNew lork Times, alludmg to the eer, always, jtes, sir-ree, there never was
remarkable verification of Kossuth's pre- anything like them curves there's a place
ml . .. .. .
;; WMFOOMI8WJ. Minnesota, u, appears Mictions, savs that the "emlanation is on the Uattcrwisscr they call Rinetown.
. . . . i ' y v i w u ' i
by tho jate census, has 5fi;000 inhabitants, doubtless to be found in the fact that, in bcoause tho road after describing a circle
W1U be teady or Bdmi38lon therefore, addition to a clear and uubiascd judgment, comes round to the same place.
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soon, u not sooner man rvansas., in Kossuth" had a more thorough and com- 1 was going on it the other day, when
that ar plaso I seed an engine
smack into the hind car."1 1 thought
it, bfllinrrnrl t.A nnnfliar
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,., to, ,f nng we shau . restore and preserve uuufi vwiuuu 4UU m jj- out to be the locomotive of our train comin'
x . , ,, . tuuuu lino u vumiwr us own tail, ana vue
' Sunnose a ' thief who has' nnrlninMl mnnle sutrar shdinrr down a rainbow, picas- u . .i .. -.
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T7ISHF11 & M'FJfiJSLY have just' re
. ceived. and are now" openine a prime lot of
Hoots nnu Shoes of every variety, to which
they invite the attention of their, frionds and
I the public in general. Having purchased for
casn we win oe enaoieu 10 oner greater inuuee
ments than ever. .-..'.'.. .
Ladies' lasting Gaiters front 1,25 cents up
wards. Childrcns' Shoes, from 25 cent lips
wards. Trunks, Carpet Bags, eto, atlow pri
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rinu. rr:t.i,i vm nt,. 1 the Catterwisscr va nevfir np.aA a Tinotnr-
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. "Sir, don't let us go to law about this. liaw
w dancorouS." Juet no compromise. I will
. i-Kfffaet your watch, I did not take, ; against
yo' shallbo eyed, hd peace will bo 'restor-J
the littlo ones for tutmcnte, and, the only
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frimo sort of arrangement. Alb. Jour. I tho State, has died for want of support. so that ouc man cant bo told from another.
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WMMOS s BORDERS. Olf 'NEW'rtvt.wi t
Transpatent Window Shades, .Kgureil
and Plain, with Pntuans patent Vix- l
tures; Plain, Green, and Blue, and
riuuKUU W1IND0W : BLINDS,
Jd Jircboard Screens, b jreat variety of pat- i;
1 With an exiensivo assortment to select frei ':
and ' . i .
ve expect to please thos who may chre u
-Booksellers, Stationers and Paper Deals ''
Market Street Steubcnville, Ohio. : -
juarcn, i icaa. ... , ., . -, .
a ..DR. S, BOTHACKEB, ' "! : -a i
AFFICE Corner Third, and Market Sto.-.--f
w StHiihcnville. 0. Jn. 1. ; ..
MOODEY & EUIOTT. .
TORNEYS' AT LAW, Steubcnville
Ohio. Office coriler of Ma.ketand Fourth "'
streets, second story. V Jan. 1,. 1855. ::
ATTORNEY AT LAW,. SteubehvflVe,.
vuw. wiuccunaerK.iijr0re, nail, Market i
QYSTER. AND COiFECTIOiVERY?
SALOON, Wm. Patterns, Proprietor; op.
posiU) Cmzens' Bank .Third stieet.Steubcnville.,
Olno. Oysters wholesale and retail, also,'
Toysand Notions. 1 . .. Jan. 1, 1855: '
; V,'': J.,&.:G. O'NEAL, :.J .,:.;
y ,v (Suooessors to Alexander Doyle.)
FORWARDING COM ' '
: MISSlUiV MERCHANTS t Stea'mhoat Agea1
Ware house corner of Market and Water streets I
n nun uom ai juuriiot street Landinir
January l;i55. ". b !
J. R. SLACK & CO.,
TjOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS and
JLM. PAPER DEALERS, Market street, above
Fourth, 6outu side, Stcubenville, Ohio, keep
constantly on hand and for sale, a large and
well selected stock of Miscellaneous and "School
HOOKS ; Plain and Fancy STATIONERY ;
Writins and Wrappiti!: PAPEliS, JiiiAKK
BOOKS, etc., etc.; all of which they will sell
on the most favorable terms at wholesale or
Country merchants and other dealers will be
supplied at very low wholesale prices.
J. R. S. ttt Co. are prepared to furnish the
best American Magazines, as early as they can
lie received by mail. 1 liey also keep on nana
a choice supply;of burnt usio. " Jan. 1,. 6S
SECOND ARRIVAL. -
4 T Fisher & Mo Fcely's, market street
""r. Steubcnville, if not the largest, the BEST
assortment of New Boots and Shoes yet offered
in the city. The assortment is complete: all ar
ticles of men's wear, from the slipper to the
California boot ladies, a choice stock of the'
substantial, the fine and the fashionable, nil
warranted work, and at Lower Prices Thau
Evor ! For a neat or tastv a substantial boot
shoe or slipper at prices to suit the times, if
not ala cheaper ngua tue place to ouy, and
the only one where you can get more than the
worth of your money, where the new and fresh
stock are just opened at,
USHfc.K A Mcr fcliLil 3,
On Market, below Third srreot. r
P. S. Please call in a pleasure to exhibit,
and no charge made for showing goods." ' '
Hpril 17th J855. , . .. ,; .
; SPRING SALE3 ! -
BUY;your goodBfromJI. G. GARRETT,
dealer in Faiicy aud Staple Dry Goods, No.
itiu, 3d street, steuoetivuie, umo, where you
will find the largest, best, and cheapest stock
of Plain, Black, Barred, Striped. Watered nud
Uoloved KilkR, trom bUcts to one dollar rnu hlty
pur yard. lawn, a fine assortment, all colors
and qualities, from Cito 25 cts peryanV. . Ba
rage, Berege do Lains, Plain, Barred and Striped
from 10 to 25 cts per yard. Priuts, good Mad
der Colors, Warranted not to fade, from $ t- 12V
cts pci; yard. Challis, TIhsucs, all-wolle De
Lains nod 1 crsiau 'Jloitis, cheaper tnauo n. .
BONNETS AND VARIETIES!
Two Hundred and Fifty Bonnets, emnracing
all the newest styles of Hh Seunoi ,from Uti cts
to four dollars each. : clothi cassimeres, Cra
vats,' Irish Linen, Sheeting, Diaper, Pillow
Muslin.. Check. 1 lckinif. Tweeds. Jeans, flan
nel all colors. Umbrellas. Parasols, etc. etc.
Also, itoisery, Gloves, Mits, Collars, Spencers,
Under Sleeves, Linen cambric, hdkfs., ''onnet,
can and Velvet Ribbons, Flouncinc. Thread and
cotton; Lace and Edging, and in a word all the
ooods usually Kept in a nancy ana staple fry
I ooods House, can be found here in Greater va
riety and at Less Price than ever beffure offer-
i. tT.inT-imn!n ... .
ea. ii. u. uaiuii, 1 1 , ou su-eeu ,.
Mayt8,1855. , ,'.; ' !; M ''.', ' -',.''C-Lightnkr''EoaUV:.-,f..-;rN:'
rpiI'E undcrsii'ndd would respectfully in
up' Lightning Rods, furnished with Fraukllu
Tipsi manufHCtwed at tho city of Philadelphia
uraere irom ft uistance will be promptly attend
ea to. , ah worx warrantedi it. Ji. SMtTU.
; ' ' lit, Pleasant Jefferson do., ohia
1 nay ia o mo. pa
8TAHX03T ft' M'COOK, . S , !,
Attorneys at law, steubenviiie,,
vf ,0 lio,J iI9ffic? ' Third 'street, ' between
Market and Washington.:..'. . Jan.l, '55. - ui
- ill. KttULIN.
0. X. TUATCIIKIt.
Thatcher & Kerlin, .
rt JiJtUUAtfT,; TAILORS). Third. St.,
second door below Market, Steubenviiie,
Ohio, keep constantly for sale and make up to
order, .Cloths, Casaitneres, and Vestings.. Also, .
Suspenders, Gloves, Shirts, Cra'vaUi, uosiery,.
and Furnishing Goods generally. ETOrderB
respectfully solicited. . , Jan. 1, '55.
-Wesl. iy taTF&cni, , -
npORACCO AND GENE UAL "COM
x MISSION MERCHANTS, No. 4 Light Stf
Wharf, Baltimore, attend to the sales of To
bacco and all kinds ...Western Produce, Pro
visions, Ac., &a !''' Ian. 1, '55;
JOHN A. DtNOUAH. ' . W. ft. LLOV "
i BINGHAM 'ft LLOYD, -;
A TTORiNEYS AT LAW,, Office at the
corner of Third and Market streets, oppo
site the Court House, Steubenviiie, Ohio. , '
January 1, 1855. . . . t
, W. CUL. GASTON, ,. .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Stcubenville,
Ohio. Refers :0 Hon. Wilson Shannon;
Hon. Wm. Kennon, sr., Hon. Beiij. S. Cowan,
and Hon. T. L. Jewett. Office on Market st.
below Third street. '" " Jan. 1, '55. '
john shank. " ' James m. suane
J. & J. IT. ' SHANE. , .
ATTORNEY'S and Counsellors at taw
"will promptly attend to all bbsinesa tin
trusted to them. Office, Kilgore buildings,
Murket -Street, Steubenviiie Ohio. . . "' 1
January i, loss. " " ' ' r-
U. MILLER. . i R. SBEKRAKD; Jftt
, . MILLER & SHERRARD, ,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT, LAW. Office. Market street. onDosite
Washington Uall, Steubenviiie,. Ohio, Prompt
attention to collecting aud securing claims.
Agents for obtaining Pensions and Bounty
Lands. Land warrants Doiignt ana sola.; ; j
January 1, XBaa... - :, - ,- .-
A. H. DOHEMAN & Co.',
"pOR WARDING & Coinmissson- Mer
chants, for the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon,
Lard, Butter, Wool. Seeds, Dried Fruits, Salt,
Nails, WitidowGhiSB, Merchandise and Produce
m general, fateubenville, Oiuo.;- .,,. ki )
: Frazier t Dreuneii, Steubenviiie. 0. ';
; H. H. Collins, Pittsburgh, Penn.
: Wm. Holmes ft Go"' : do.1--'' &
Hoea Fraiior, Cincinnati., jan. Jl ,
Wholesale Dmsr House. -.
fWUFj subscribers hvo on land a. largo
and well selected stock, of Drucs. Chemi
cals, Paints, Dye Stuffs, Oils, .Varnishes, Brush
es, Patent MedioinoB, Perfumery ,- .Surgical In-
Btrumenw, ijaguerrcatype stocK, uiass.ware, etc.,
etc., which they ojTer. very Jow either wholesale
T kU:ii i. t ... .
ur rcuiu. , jtcvivia w.ui miu n ui uieir imoresc
to examine our stock, and prices, as we are de
termined to 11 as low. as .any house in, the
West. - uraers promptly executed, aud personal
attention paid to shipping. .
DKUG EMPORIUM, Market street, two doo'
below the Jsifurson Branch Bank. -.' .-.
',- ,. y - ', .NING ft MELVIN..
. FUcubcnvillo. Jan. 1. 1855.
" 1 ; .
r. s. coursey . :."
1JARBER and fashionable hair drcssot.
Raors set, and all kinds of Surgicsl in
struments put in trood order. Room under
the mechanics bavinij Fund, Markot st. near
i me wasnington hail, between 3d. and 4th.st.
; r ' J. C. M'CLEARY, k ,iJ
ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY
PUBLIC, Warronten, Ohio, will carefully
attend to nil business entrusted to him in the
counties of Jefferson, Harrison and Belmont, in
the State of Ohio; and Brooke and Ohio coun
ties, V a. . Ufhco opposite tho Western Hotel;
January 1, 1855. -" w-V ..,.;,
! '- Marble Establishment, v' .,..
COUTH FOURTH ST., STEUBEN-
VILLE, Ohio. AU kinds of Marble Work
done to order. ' On hand at all times, Water
Lime, Plaster Paris, aud, the best quality of
Grindstones. . L. BORLAND,,.
SteubctiYille, Jan. 1, 1855. , 1
' ) Dr. Louia Kelb..- v ,m v.((
TX AV1NG concluded to romain in Stoo,--beuville,
will continue the practice vpf
med icini and surgery as horctoforei lt.''
. Okvick Market Street) opposite Washington
Hall. . :, , .... . C.-..' i. . ' ' ':". '
.. Rkhidence 6th 8trcet, North of Washington.
Suect. - ' ' '. '""
Dr. John McCook.' ;;."-T
riFFICE 6n tho second floor in - front of
" the. Union Office; 3d-street Steubenviiie,
and opposite tho Citizens' Bahk.
Office hours from 8 a. m: until 19 a.m., and
fionil p. m. antil 6 p. m. At all other hours,
unless necessarily absent, he niay be found by
those requiring his pmlossional services at his
residence on 4th fltrcetthree doors south f the
Catholic Chanel an 4 opposite the North Public
school lions. ' ' anriia4'553t
'FEA 5 chests supcrlSufi Groonand Black.
' Teajnst rcceivrd hy' -1 ' H j.i
may STERLING mitinSlkV.