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TIieCiTizKNa Bank, still continues to
pay interest on deposits. D. Moody.
Y3 Peterson's Magazine for Decem
ber is on our table. It is a beautiful num
ber and a welcome visiter to its numerous
subscribers. Peterson designs making
great improvements in this capital maga
zine for 1856. It will be considerably
enlarged, each number will contain a fine
steel engraving, a colored fashion plate,
and, numerous wood engravings. The
fashion's in 'Peterson,' are always pretty
and of the latest style. Mrs. Ann S. Ste
phens the celebrated authoress of Fashion
and Famine,' is one of the Editor's and
writers exclusively for it.
Terms. Single copy $2,00 ; three
copies $5,00 X five copies $7,50 ; eight
copies $10,00 ; with a splendid premium
to the person getting up the club.
Address post-paid, Charles J. Peter
son, No. 102 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.
Thanksoivino in Ohio. It will be
seen by the proclamation of Gov. Medill,
in this paper, that a day of thanksgiving
has been appointed. This is most emi
nently becoming, and we hope the day
will be observed with due decorum
throughout the Slate. While other na
tions have been visited with war, pesti
lence and famine, with all their desolating
ravages, a benificient Creator is showering
undeserved blessings upon our land and
nation. Peace and plcanty reign through
out our borders.
A Pleasant Cure. One of the most
remarkable medicines, and very pleasant
to palate, is the Pectoral Syrup, prepared
by Dr. Geo. II. Keyser, Wholesale Drag
gist, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Dr. K. was for
merly a practising physician in Bedford
County, where he used the Pectoral for
four years in a practice of considerable
extent, and with great success. The
Pittsburgh papers speak of him and his
medicine in high terms. If you have a
cough or cold, or a consumptive habit,
go to Ilening & Melviu's aiid buy a bot
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. A
an additional inducement to subscribers,
we will send the Tktjk Americas', and
one copy of Godcy's Lady's Hook, foi
one year, to any person lemnim;; u5 i ..., m .v.,'m i
8-1 00. The regular price of Qndev hhome until there is a solid change in the
ICTAlexander Cralc, chargedwith pas
sing a counterfeit five dollar bank note,
is now under arrest and being tried before
5CrAtlenlion is directed to the change
in the time table of the Stenbenville and
Indiana Rail Road, as contained in the
advertising colunin of this days, paper.
C7"Any of our citizens who may he
traveling to Washington, Pa., will find
it greatly to their comfort, if they can
make it convenient to stop with Mr. Da
vis; five miles from Washington, on the
road leading to West Middletown. Mr.
D. keeps an excellent liouse,"and his bills
jrT7"Tho Presidential question is alrea
dy, says the Cincinnati Gazette, being
discussed among the Democrats. The
persons named are Mr. Pierce, Mr. Bu
chanan, Mr. Pallas, Mr. Hunter of Vir
ginia, Mi. Douglas, Mr. IJright of Indi
ana, and Messrs. Powell and ISoyd of
Kentucky. The Democratic National
Convention meets in this city next June.
In the outset the two prominent candidates
will probably be Pierce and Huchanan,
neither of whom will probably be able to
get a two-thirds vote, and the Conveir.ion
will settle down upon some 'compromise
candidate' selected before-hand by the
Virginia delegation, who will probably
name Mr. Hunter or Mr. Douglas. The
ensuing session of Congress will devel
ope mailers more clearly.
They Dont Seem to Mind It.
The Albany Atlas, in referring to tho
expulsion of John Van Buren from the
democratic parly by the Cabinet organ at
"Every day, after, the King of Tartary
has Bet down to his repast and eaten co
yiously of horse-flesh and drank freely
of mare's milk, he orders his herald to
proclaim, through portentous ox-horns,
to the North, tho South, llio East and the
West, that, "Whereas, lie, the Brother
of the Sun and Father of ihe Moon, has
dined, the monarch of the world are now
petmiited to sit down and eat." There
is but one paraltll to the condescension
of the Tartar' chief. The common scold
of the Washington Union the very
cream of Tartars' in acidity and shrewish
nessassumes to read John Van Buren
out of the Democratic pari) . It lakes up
its ox horn and blows it sonorously to
the southward, pronouncing that Mr. Van
Buren shall not sit down to the board with
the democracy of New York till it gets
hrnnorh.al Washinrton. The nroclatna-
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tion will be herded about as much ashat
of the horse-dining monarch from his teifts
on the steepes of Asia, who regulates the
.law nf international comity with quite as
much authority as the Union does thai of
politics in these Mates.
Pretty good for an outsider. Should
not wonder if the softs, after sonsumipg
oil ba nnils. were to contrive, as well as
. the rest of the Democracy, to get on with,
out the administration. AT. Y. Herald
Minmvn On iheGihinst. in Sieir
benville, by Mr. James Melvin Esq., Mr
i Bbnnkt IIuTTok,1 and Mrs. Ann Salts-
' nan, jljaf Jefferson county Ohi.
latest from Norfolk.
We learn from the Norfolk papers or
Monday, that there were five deaths in
that city on Friday, two on Saturday, and
two on Sunday, but only one of the lat
ter of fever. There were also three new
cases on Saturday, among those recently
returned. On Friday night the city was
visited by a tevre storm of ra;n and wind,
but on Saturday the weather was warm,
the thermometer being above 80. On
Monday, however, it was rainy and disa
greeable. Mr. J. Perry, who had been
ill of fever near Fort Norfolk, was recov
ering. Tho Norfolk Herald says:
That the epidemic is still lingering with
us, though in a mitigated form, it is not
to be doubted. Cases of fever are of dai
ly occurrence; and indeed the diseases
ordinarily incident to the season scarcely
develope themselves now, and it is a hard
contest between them sometimes which
shall get mastery. We have no data at
present to ascertain accurately the smount
of sickness in the city, but ue fear there
is quite enough to excite apprehensions
for the safety of those who come in from
abroad. Among the new cases we may
mention that of a daughter of Mr. J. Oden
dthal, who, since the epidemic broke out,
has been living a few miles from the city.
A few days ago she came in to town for
some clothes and other necessaiies, and
though she remained but a short time,
took the fever and now lies very low.
The weather has for several days been
warm. To-day it is very cloudy, rainy,
and humid. The stay of the refugees,
will necessarily be protracted until cold
weather, which we may not have fur a
week or two.
Threo churches were opened for ser
vice yesterday. I noticed in one of them,
that nearly all the ladies present were in
deep mourning1, and every gentleman pros
cut that I recognized ns a member (niim
boring five or six) had lost his wife by the
fever, and several of them other near re!
atives. Hastily, F.
A letter in the Petersburg Exprcs, da
ed Portsmouth, Oct. 22, says:
Bob Butt informed me this morning,
that ho buried five persons yesterday;
and this morning lie .was in service for
four others to he buried to-day.
We had a heavy rain last nieht, but
the sun is out to day w'nh great heat, and
1,1 1 .
In pursuance of an usage, established
and sustained by the usual recommenda
tion of the General Assembly, through a
long series of years, and which usage has
always found a sanction and cheerful ac
quiescence in the hearts of a grateful peo
ple, I, William Medill, Governor of the
State of Ohio, do by these presents, ap
point and set apart Thursday, ihe Twenty-Second
Day of November next, to be
observed as a day of Thanksgiving to
Almighty God, fur the manifold blessings
of Ihe year which is about to close.
While war, with all its attendant evils,
has been convulsing the nations of the
old world, and pestilence has been per
forming i;s work of death amonga portion
of our own hrcthern in the South, the
people of Ohio have been graciously ex
einpiod from the desolating consequences
The laws of the State have beet) duly
respected ; the national Union, in all its
integrity anil force, lias been preserved :
the Ileitis of the husbandman have yielded
an unusual abundance; and industry in all
its channels, has been appropriately rewar
In view of these evidences of Divine
goutiness, I most earnestly recommend
that the good peopleof Ohio suspend and
lay aside all business upon and during the
day aforesaid assemblo at their usual
places of worship, and return their heart
fell thanks to Almighty God, the .Author
of these ami all other blessings we enjoy,
and offer up their prayers for a continu
ance ot the same.
Given under mv hand and the Great
Seal of the Slate of Ohio, at the city of
Columbus, this twenty second day ofOc-
tober, A. D. 1855, and in the eightieth
year of the independence of tho United
States. WILLIAM MEDILL. fL.S.l
By the Governor : '
William TisnvnvSec'y of State. .
Wo learn from the Wheeling Intelligen
cer that the first, rail of the Ilcmpfield
railroad was laid last week at the Depot
grounds, corner of Fifth anthZane streets.
The ceremonies were appropriately direc
ted and performed, in the presence of a
large and enthusiastic crowd, by W. C.
Smith, Esq., the chief aclinj, engineer,
Mi. Bender, division engineer and Mr.
Win. Otterson, contractor.
The laying of the track being thus com
menced, it will be pushed forward with
all possible diligence,
True American Omen,
Steubenville, Oct. 31
Flour Jy wngon lond $7 50
. . .,l.1M I.IMI
Potatoes '. . ,
,"' Sugar cured..
. . . ,p bush
. . . doz.
virtue of in order of sale to mo directed,
I xhall expose to rale at the door of the Court
House, in the Township of S'.eubenville, in
the County of Jefferson, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
ou Saturday the 17th of November, the follow
ing property, to wit: Six Rail Road Carts, ta
ken as the property of O. W. Mason, Dclnnson
C. Salsbury and Orlando N. Salsburv, on an
attachment issued against them from the Court
of Common Fleas of said county, at the suit
of A. S. Wolcott it Co.
JAMES H. BLINN,
Sheriff of Jefferson County.
Marti Andrews, Plaiu tiff's Attorney.
Nov. 7, '55
The Hidden Path, by Marion Harland.
Buchcrnff, by Miss Yonge.
Wager of Battle, a Tule of Saxon Slavery in
A Memoir of Sargent S. Prer.tiss.
Glen wood, or the Parish 13oy.
The Rag Picker, or Bound and Free.
A 'louamong the Planters.
Letters to the people, or Health and happi
ness, by Miss Beecher.
hlosterhim, by Do Quincey.
Christie Johnstone, by Charles Reade.
Jut received and for sale by
nov. 7, if. J. R. SLACK t Co.
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING!
A NEW SLOCK OF FASHIONABLE
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AT
F. GUITERMANN'S, Market Street,
One Door below 1'oitrlh.
rpIIIS Establishment as usual offers the
best assortment in this city of Ready Made
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and
caps, Travelling Trunks, Carpet lings, Aa.
The subscriber is respectfully soliciting the
patronage of his friends and ihe public at large,
and invites purchasers to tho examination of
The superiority of his goods in selection of
material and careful manufacture, is a long
conceded fact, and being determined to please,
lie is offering now the best stock of Clothing,
at lower prices than any other house in this
If you wish to save money and timo in pur
chasing a first rate suit of clothing, call at
FRED. GUTTERMANN'S. Steub..
Market st., one door below Fourth,
J01IES HOP MAYER'S
WHOLESALE ANO RliTAIL
CLOTHING KS'l'A BL1SI 1 .M EXT.
Market sf. Three Dws above Fourth,
Tho best as.-orf.aont of Kaady Kaio Clothing,
Hats aad Caps evor offered in btou'ooaville.
MM IE UNDERSIGNED hat just reeeiv-
and is adding weekly to his large nnd gen
eral assortment of Ready Mucin clothing, the
latest styles as tliey cnine nut, to which lie di
rects the attention of his friends mid Ihe pub
lic, nssnring them that lie is prepared to sell
every diseription of goods, at rices lower
lhan lias ever been purchased in this section
of the Slate. In point of style, quality ur du
rability, his Roods cannot be excelled in this
or any" other Western Market, His prices nre
uniform, and the public may feel confident that
'they will at ull tiu.es receive the worth of their
It, will be to the Interest of nil to call and
examine before purchasing elsewhere, as his
Clothing is made to order, he is satisfied that
he is able to sell better goods at lower prices
tl.an any hoiiM- in the city.
J. HOl'MAYEIt, Maiket street,
three doors above Fourth, Steub.
NewFa 11 and Winter Goods!
G. &J. SCOTT'S,
1J"E are now opening in our newbuild
ing, on Market fit., one of the largest
and most extensive stocks of Fall nnd Winter
Dry Goods, Trimmings ifcc., ever received.
Our stock of dress goods we believe is much
fuller and richer than nny wo have heretofore
received, comprising the newest and richest
foods in Market. Wack Dress and Mantilla
Silks, from JOc to $1,75; Rich Unrred nnd
Striped do; Plain and Fancy colored Silks of
extra il no quality and new styles; French
Merinos nnd Cashmeres ; Ereurh Detains of
the richest patterns ; American nnd English
do; nil. wool idain delaines Persian's, Ac.
French Merino Fluids, new patterns ; Ging
hams, prints, etc., will be sold at the lowest
DoAtisno Goons. Yard wide Crown Mucins
at ti' ' 0,.,,is . lu avv do 7 to tfc J blenched do,
L'ond artiele. tiif cenls; fine do III
to ViV, :
1'illow Oa-ic' MuMiii nnd Linen
Mit-liu and Linen,.'! yards wide; Diapers ami
Crash, Tickings, checks, etc.; will be sold ul
vefy low prices,
I'ioxxkts 1 Bonxus ! A largo nnd extensive
stock of Fall and Winter Iioiili"ts, Hertford
and English straw, colored Urilliants and Ilel
grade, Split Si raws, with rolled edge, etc., etc.
Mn.tiMiitv DKi'ABfMi vr. Wo uro manufac
turing extensively iimler Hie personal super
iiitendence of Mis Armstrong, from New
Yoik, the latest French styles of S.itin, Silk,
Velvet and Mourning Bonnets ; Dress caps nnd
head dress a stock of which is kept constant
ly on hand and made at ihe shortust notice to
order Every pains will be taken to please
the lasle and give satisfaction to our numer
ously increasing customers in this department.
Bonnets of ihe late French patterns now re
ceived. Shawls I Shawls ! Rroeha, square and long,
of Ihe richest patterns ; Stella do, an entirely
new ariicle ; Printed Cashmere long and square
Woolen Shawls at very low prices.
TiiiMMixtis is lvtiiy VAiiiKTY Wo can offer
nt this time the most extensive slock of Dress
Trimming in tho city ; Watered 6'aloons from
(i toti'Jc, of black and the richest fancy col
ors ; Malabo and Moss Trimmings, something
very rich and entirely new ; Velvet, Plush and
fancy trimmings in every variety ; cords and
Tassels, Fringes, Trimming Laces, Gloves,
etc.; hairFrotitsand Curls, Mohair head Drops,
E.MiiRoirERU'8 Superb French Collars, ch?m
iselts and Uudersleeves, Jacoouet and Swigs
Edgings and Inserting?, new patterns; Swiss
and Jaccunet Flouncings, etc; a large assort
ment of full nnd hall mourning collars, chem
isettes and sleeves, fcc.
October SI, '55.
pLOAKS! CLOAKS ! There will be
opened on Monday, the 2 of Oct., t O. it
J. Sjcotl'R, a large and beautiful stock of llich
Clonks, of entirely new patterns oct. 24
I AD1ES' FANCY FURS-Now open
'J ed at the Rooms of O. A J. Scott, oire of
tho largest and richest stocks of Fitch. Stone
Martin, Lvnx. Sibeiinu squirrel and Coney,
Victnrines, Pelerines and cuffs, which will be
sold cheap. . oct. 21.
J. Little, Merchant Tailor,
Clothing and Furnishing Store,
MABKET ST., 2 POORS FROM SIXTH.
TlOULD respectfully inform the public
irenernlly Ibnt ho hn commenced business
in the above? line with a large assoitmeiit of
Cloths, Cassimercs nnd V est ings of every va
riety, which he is prepared to niako to order
in the best style nnd shortest notice. Also, a
large assortment of furnishing goo Is consist
ing of Shirts, Drawers, cravats, collars, pocket
Also, n good assortment of cheap Heady
Made Clothing got tin in tho best style and
well. made nnd ndnpteu to the Fall and Winter
The advertiser having experience and prn!
tico of cutting for along time he feeis confi
dent of his ability- lo serve the public. Try
him he will give you a good fit. oct. S-l-tf.
rkN Tuesday October 30th, 8t my rcsi
" deuce in Salino Township, JclTctsou coun
ty Ohio, I will oiler for sale the following prop
erly, viz : Milch cows, horses, entile 20 hogs,
Wagon, Buggy, harness; Farming implements ;
corn, oats, rye, aud Bees. Also other articles
too tedious too mention. Sale to commence at
9 o'clock, A. M. JEFFERSON SALTSMAN.
. oct. 21-lt, : "
A LIST OP LAND AND TOWN LOTS,
yrrimx the county op Jefferson,
Forfeited to the' State of Ohio for the non-payment of Taxes.
R. Tp. Sec. W hat
In whose nnmeforfeited.
Stewart Stephen 2.. ..7
Out lot. In what Town or add.
STEUBENVILLE, In lot.
Roberta Matthew 239...
Wilson Francis P..... H3
Orr Johnsou 162
Myers George..; 16...
Carpenter Reuben... 12...
Barr Catharine 171...
Mallernee Catharine.. 74...
Frazier Arthur 1...
Loury Adam 32. ,.
Wards ad. to
Roes 1st ad.
TVTotice is hereby given to n'l concerned, that if the taxes, penalties and interest charged
' on the foregoing list be not paid into the county Treasury, and tho Treasurer's receipt pro
duced therefor, before the Second Monday of December next, then and in that case, each tract
so as aforesaid delinquent, on w hich the tuxes, penalties mid interest as aforesaid may remain
unpaid, will on said Second Monday of December (being the 10th day thereof,) be ottered for
sale at the door of the Court House in said county, In order to satisfy such tax, penalty and
interest. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M., and continue from day to day until the tracts
shall be sold or offered for sale. oct.31.-4t. J. S . LOWE, Auditor Jeff County.
I)Y virtue of an order of sale from the
Probate court within and for tho county of
Jefferson in the State of ohio, and to me di
rected. I will offer nt public salo on (he 2Rth
dav of Nov. A D. 1855, between the hours nf
10 o'clock a. m. anil 4 o clock p. nr., on said
day nt the residence nf Mary Gosnell (widow)
in Wells Township, In the county aforesnid,
all tho right, title and interest of Henry Gos
nell deceased in the following described real
estate, to wit : The undivided eighth part of a
part of tho north half of section no. 17, in
Township no. 5 of range no. 2, in the district
of land, sold nt Sleube nville, ohio, containing
one hundred tfc 50 acres, more or less, being the
same tract or parcel of land of which the late
John Gosnell died seized, subject to the widow
Gosnell's right of d;wer in said premises. Al
so nt tho same timo and place I will offer at
public silo nil the right title ana interest of
the said Henry Gosnell deceased, in the follow
ing real estate, to wil : Tho undivided eighth
part of n part of the fiotith, cast quarter of sec
tion no. '-;) in Township no. 5, of range no. 2.
in the district of land sold at Sicubenville,
ohio, bounded and described 89 follow s, to wit:
Beginning nt a limestone in the south east
comer of said section, thence w-et 1G.1,.'1 perches
to a sand stone, thence north 98 perches to a
sand stone, thenrc cat luJ,.1 perches to a lime
stone, thence south 93 perches to the place of
beginning containing ono hundred acres,
moro or less.
Terms of sale: One half of the purchato
money to be paid at ihn tunc of sale, the bal
nnce in one year with interest, to be secured
by note und mortgage on said premises.
JOSEPH C. M'CLEAUY,
Artm'r of tho estate af Henry Gosnell, dee'd.
Warrenton oct. 31 '5,i-5t.
DunLp & CoWe
TTAYI3 just opei.ed an extensive stock
of well selected Dry Goods, comprising
nearly every article in lhat line, together with
a full supply of Groceries, Queens wara, etc.
Helieving with others that the ready pay
system is for 'the mutual advantage of both
seller and consumer, they will therefore in fu
ture confine themselves to it as much as poss
iblo departing from it only with' careful dis
crimination in order that promptness may be
secured thus enabling them to offer their
goods nt a Rihall advance on cost. That the
purchasing community may bo assured that
bargains are to bo obtained, they are respoet
fully invited to call at tho corner of Fourth
and' Adams streejs, and judge for themselves.
oct. 81-Gm. DUX LAP fc CODLE.
Notice to Shippers.
TaANsPonrATioN Okfioe S. it l.R. U. 0.,i
Stenbenville, April lti, 1855.
4 rilEIGIIT TRAIN is now running
to Newark, leaving litis Station
(Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock a. in.
Shipments to ull stations except. Unionport,
Cadiz., Fairview, New Market, ChrichsviUe,
Port Washington, New Comiucrstnwn, Layfay
ette, Coshocton, Adams' Mills, Dresden nnd
Newark must bo prepaid.
Shippers will pleaseconcludetheir shipments
and receive their consignments previous to 6
o'clock each evening.
oct !24-tf. General Freight i gent.
Medical Hall Re-opened.
DR. LOL'IS KELLS having rc-opencd
this well known Drug establishment, soli
cils the attention of Physicians nnd the public
trcnerally, to his well selected stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, etc. It is
the design to render this establishment " that
can bo (iesired in a city Prescription and Retail
Every enro and attention will be given to
Prescriptions, nnd no medicine dispensed with
out having been previously subjected to a strict
examination. Every facility will be nlforded
Physicians to examinq and test the quality of
any article supplied by tins rtoro. Determined
to keep the best quality of everything jn this
line of business, tho public can confidently re
ly upon any articles parchased at the
Aug. 1,-ly. MEDICAL HALL.
William D. Sherrow. Barber,
WOULD respectfully inform his friends
nnd the public, that he Is ready at all
limes (Sabbath excepted) to wait upon custo
mers in his line. Rooms South 4th Street, one
door north of tho Norton Hotel.
Barberf and"FancyHair Dressers
WIIE subscribers would announco to
the citizens of Steubenville nnd vicinity,
that they hayo entered into co partnership in
the above business, nnd nre ready to wait on
customers at their establishment, where prompt
attention willbe given to thosi who lavortliem
with a cnll.
Shon on the North east corner of Third an
Market streets, under the Rtoro of Messrs
Honidiertv. Stecbenvillo. Ohio.
March. 5!). 18.15 I.F.ETGfT A HOPKINS
Steubenville and Indiana' Railroad.
CHANGE OF TIME,
AND TWO DAILY TRAINS TO NEWARK.
rN anil after to-ilav, November 5th
" 1855, a Trnin will leave Steubenville daily,
(Sundays excepted) ns lollows :
Mall! rain at 7 15, a. in. arriving at Newark
at 1 45 p. ni., connecting with trains for
Cincinnati, La Sello,
Mount Vernon . Rock Island and
Toledo, St, Louis t
Rm'Kfrxo, will lcavo Newark at 1!,30 a. m.
and arrive nt Stcubenvillo nt G 40, p. m.
FARE VttOM BTKUBENVIUIS (tHROUM! BV BAILROAD)
To Coliimbu Jl 45
To Detroit,...$ 7 00
To ChioAgo....l2 00
To Rock Island 17,00
To St. Louis... 17 30
To Cincinnati..., ti 50
To Mt. Veruon....3 75
To Mansfield 4 75
To Sandusky 6 00
Passengers by the 7 o
clock morning Train,
rench Cinc.innnti atB,20. same evening.
For through tickets and further information
onquiie of F. A. Wells, Agent, Steubenville.
Cadiz Accommodation Train
Lenves Steubenville nt 4,15, p. m. nnd arrives at
Cadie nt 6,40 p. m. Returning ; Leaves Cadi
at 7 30, o. in. arrives at SteulA-nville at 10 15
3G p. m.
Aoknts. Jnmes Collins it Co., Freight and
Pussengor Airehts, Nos. 114 and 115 Water
J. N. Kenney. Freight Agent, Little Miami
R. R. Depot, Cincinnati.
P. W. Sunder, Passenger Agent Broadway,
Richard Hooker, Newark.
F. A. W,.lx Steulienville.
Lufayettu Devenny, General Grciirht and
O. W. Fulton, Superintendent. oct. 21-tf.
A. Value Tax, Int. fc penalty.
S. 'W I60..215f1.
S. E 6.... b'7.
Steub. .20by 100 ft. ,500. . . .21 . .83.
.2500.. .154. .11.
S. side Id ft.
. 200. .
. 70. .10..
. 12. .80..
...whole 112.. 2..4C.
Monroeville whole.... 45.. 1..32. .
Salem whole.... 202.. 6.. 12..
Cari'sad.tosiuithGeld. fraction.. 45.. -2. .37..
M'Connellsville whole ... C. .M..
M'Counellsville whole.... 6.. ,M..
lKniT.li,1 OrciKi, nni,,l,. nn,l,
Tie Greatest Mclidal Discovery of
DR. KENNEDY, of Kosbury has dis
covered in one of our common mu-HE weeds
a remedy that cures
EVERY KIND OF IIUMOR,
from the worst scrofula down to a common
He has tried it in over 1100 nd never
failed except in two cases, (both thunuVrhu-
TT . 1 . !!.!. . .-
luor.i lie nas now in ois possession uvr '""',,... i ., f ,,, i.:,i :. ii, ,,.,
hundred certificates of its virtue, all within j
twenty miles of ISosson.
I wo bottles aro warranted to cure a nurs.ng
n. . ,,' l .,,! ,ut .i.,. .,.. i.:,..i t
tiK ii, uiire oilmen whi iuic iwn, nuiu
of pimples on the face.
two to three bottles will clear the system of!
Two bottles arc warranted to cure the wors
canker in the month and stomach. j
Three to five bottles nro warranted to cure
the worn, case ot Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to cure t.1
humor in the eyes.
Two bottles arc warranted to cure ruining
of the ears and blotches ninong the hair.
Four to six bottles nre warranted to cure cor
rupt and running ulcers.
Oi.e bottle will cure scaly eruptions of the
Two to three bottles are warranted to euro
the worst ease of ringwoim,
1 wo or three bottles are warranted to cure ,
the most de-ipernte case of iheumatisin. j
1 hree to tour bottles are warranted lo cure ;
the salt rheum.
Five to eight bottles w ill cure tho worst case
of scrofula. I
A benefit is always experienced from the first i
bottle, nnd a perfect cure is warranted when i
the ftbeve quantity is taken. I
Header, I peddled over a tnousnnu notues oi
this in tho vicinity of Boston. I know the cf
feet of it iiT every case. So sure us water will
extinguish lire, so sure will this curv humor. I
liever sold a bottle of it but lhat sold atiolhcr ; i Mantle Glasses; Mahogany. Rosewood, Wnl
after a trial it nlways speaks for itself. There j nut and gilt Frames, or Moulding of every de
are two things about this herb that appear to
me surprising ; hist tliat it grows in our pas
tures, in some places quito plentiful, nnd yet
its value has never been known until I discov
ered It in ltMti second, that it should cure all
kinds of, humor.
In order to give some idea of the sudden rise
and great. popularity of the discovery, I will
stnte that in April, lt?51, 1 peddled it, nnd sold
about six bottles per day in April, 1854, sold
over ono thousand buttles per day of it.
Some of the wholesale Druggists who have
been in business twenty nnd thirty years, say
that nothing in the annals of patent medicines
was ever like it. There is a universal praise
of it irom all quarters.
In my own practice I nlways kept it strictly
for humors but since its introduction as a gen
eral family medicine great nnd wonderful vir
tues havo been found in ic lhat 1 never suspect
ed. Several rases of epileptic fits a disease
which was nlways considered incurable, have
been cured by a lew bottles, O, what a mercy
if it will piove elfectunl in all cases of that aw
ful malady there a e but few who havo seen
more of it than I have.
I know of several cases of Dropsy, nil of
them nged people, cured by it. From the vari
ous diseases ot the Liver, sick headache, Dys
pepsia, asthma, fever and ague, pain in the side,
diseases of the spine, and particn arly in dis
eases of ihe Kidirt-ys, etc, the discovery has
done more good than any medicine ever known.
No chango of diet ever nccecessary eat the
best you gel and enough of it.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNE
DY, No. 120, Warren St. Itoxbury, JJasu.
Wholesale Agents. New York City, C. V.
Olickner, HI lt.uclay street; C. II Ring, I2,
llroadway, Riishton t Clark, 275 Broadway ;
A. 11. fc L. Sands, 100 Fulton Street.
General wholusale agents Western Pn Gon.
II. Keyser, Pittsburg, and Jas. P. Fleming Al
legheny City. T. U. Logan, Wheeling Vn.
For salu by It. D. MOUlUsON ami
IIKNLNG & MELVIN, Steub., Ohio.
Wholesale Drug House.
nrWE subscribers have on band a large
nnd well selected stock nf Drugs, Chemi
cals, Paints. Dye Stuff. Oils, Vnrnishes, Brush
es, Patent Mediciuos, Perfumery, Surgical In
struments, Daguerreotype stock, Glassware, etc.,
etc., which they offer very low either wholesale
or retail. Dcolcrs will find it to their interest
to examine our stock nnd prices, ns we nre de
termined to sell ns low as any house in the
West. Orders promptly executed, aud personal
ntteniion pnid to shipping.
DRUG EMPORIUM, Maiket street, two doo
below tho Jefferson Branch Bank.
HEXING & MELVIN.
Steubenville. .Tan. 1. 1855.
House Painting, Glazing, &o.
PERKY COYLE would notify tho pub
lic that ho is still ready to wait on his pa
trons in the business of House Puinting, Glaz
ing, Paper Hanging and Graining. Sign Paint
inZ' done bv journeymen. Shop on Market st.
south side, opposite Kllgoruji new Hall.
Steunenvnie, anil, i, iooj.
Fulton Foundry, Steam Engine & Car
CTEAM ENGINES, Steam Boats, Steam
Ferry Boats, hulls and wood work com
plete, steam beilers, sheet Iron work, mill ma
chinery, and castings for grist and saw niilK
rail road car wheels, rail road cars of every de
scrintion made to order. The proprietor of this
establishment having twenty-eight years of
practical experience togeiner wun extensive
privileges, feels confident that he can do work
as well and as low ns any establishment in the
cast or west. All communications will meet
with prompt attention. P. F. OEISSE,
June 13. Wellsville, Ohio
Market Street, Opposite Public Buildings,
WM. MOSSGUOVE, Proprietor.
The above house has been thoroughly refitted
nnd furnished in tne most modem style.
June 20. '
CiBTZ Junction S. & I. Railroad.
JOHN M'GTJIRE. Proprietor.
rpillS Housois newjand every convent
ence afforded to guests. Passengers on all
the trains oat at the Parks house..
BTMeals only twenty five cents,
I am prepared toreccjmmcnd yonxPilli.
joliet. Will Co. III., Feb. 25, '54.
MrR. E. Sellers : When I resided
in Pittsburgh, I was cured of an attack of
Liver complaint, which had preyed upon
my system for eight years, and reduced
ine so much that 1 was compelled to quit
Darin" the time of my suITeriiij, I had I tercsing story will be commenced in January,
, adviJe of several physicians, tut .1!$
treatment fjiled to ecc.omplisli a cure. A
friend reeomuiendacl the ife of your Liv
e r Pills, nnd after using two boxes of them
I found myself entirely cured. Whilst
suffering from Liver Complaint, I w as al
so afflicted with the Files, wnich I nev
er felt afterwards. As my wifo and el
dest son are now verv much afflicted with
, ... f . , r r
a ueraii'reu state ot me Jjtver, 1 atn very ,
anxious to have you make an agency for;
ihe sale of your Liver Fills at this place.:
.,. r ,. r i
After the cure of my own disease, I an
prepared to recommend your Fills, and;
eni-v mnnv nntunnl in tbia sec I inn WOIlild :
freely try them if tliey had a chance
Yours respectfully, A. Sauvku
To the FrBLic The original, only j
true and jrcnuine Liver Hills are prepar
ed by R. E. Sellers, and have his name
in black v as upon the lid of each box, ch
ilis signature on the outside wrapper
all othera are counterfeits, or base imita
tions. R. E. Skllers, & Co., Pro's.
And for sale by Ilening & Melvin.
THE subscriber would respectfully in
form his friends snd the public, that be has
purchased the interest of his late partner and
is now sole proprietor of this great Cabinet and
Chair Manufacturing Establishment, the most
"u iT' 1""""""1""'"
'With a stock of over one million feet nf choice
imi(ir foM o(
first rate mechanics
he win commence opera-
lions in n lew uys, wnen ne win wmmy m '
. . ,.. .1.
! attend to the orders of his numerous friends and
nu"(1 10 i.miieru..,.-im u,m ,
. A varietv of new stv .es of I;.n uture v. ill U ,
"' "'.'' ' I"" -
. an.euiara u-u on ..! .".. o k' , '
ufaetiinngof ! nrnitiire saltan In fur steamboats i
in . it
niiiltli, Ms which w-i'.l no Snlil on ncenm miiuntinr '
, t . -ii , c , i
terms aud at prices that will defy competition. '
Cane Seat Chairs made at this establishment
, i ... i r .. i i i .. !
so much-admired for dnrnbility and nentuesi
of .lesign , ill be sold at the reduced price, of
' ,?..l?;:r'. , ...
Scroll sawing and Turning of all kinds done
. ,., i
1 "mUm, with Steam power to rent,
Veneers. Va-nish, hair cloth. MnlllnyTind i
Cabinet Maker; finding generally always on
. . . , -., ... -,
advance on Eastern cash pri"ei.
11. II. RYAN, 31, Fifth st..
oct. 3. Pittsburgh.
II., II,, 1111,1 " o.im i.i,. ..(. ... U )
j.j. oittiriK' a. miinixr.
J. J. GILLESPIE & CO.
OOKIXG (H, ASS Maiiufactttrers ;ni:l
Denlers in Loo!;iiiL' Olas"; Plate'. Plate Ais,
i Engravings. Comb- and Fancy Goods,
I Wood Street, Piltsliurg, Pa.
ICTOii hnnd nnd made to order, Gilt Pier
U "Steamboat uuuins aecorntcu nnu gurrj)
"Voodweirs Furniture and Chain,
WHOLESALE ami Retail, embracing
' every variety of Furniture, in Rosoyood,
Mahogany and Wali.nt., suitable for Pnrlors,
Chambers and Dining Rooms, equal to nny in
New York or Philadelphia, nnd nl lower prices;
every article made by hand nnd wnrrented.
"Cabinet Makers supplied with any quan
tity nf Furniture and Chairs on reasonable terms
Hotels nnd Steamboats furnished nt tl e short
Wnrerooms nos. 77 and 79 Third Street, Pitts
burgh, sept. 2G-ly.
SHORTEN & BR0.
3I.VXLTACTUrtr.ltS OF ALL KINDS OF
'TIRAVELING and Packing Trunks, va-
lises. Ladies' Bonnet Boxes, etc., corner of
Wood and Liberty Streets. also corner Wood
and 5th Streets, Pittsburgh, Pu.
ID Wholesale ordors promptly filled nt the
owost possible pric.H. Repairing d im In the
best order. sept. iifi-Cin,
GEORGE P. SMITH & CO.,
No. 5-1 Wtiot) Strew,
Have now in stove a full assortment of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
Wlliell Will bo opt WELL ASiiOUTT.D DUR
ING Tin: season.
Timo is Money-
"T A V ING rcei veil this day from the
East a consignment of ponds in my ine,
consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches
and Chains, rich Mosaic, nnd curved Tlracclets,
Ear nnd Finger rings, Odd Fellows nnd Mason
ic pins. Studs, Emblems, etc.. which having
to be closed out in 30 days, will bo sold iinre
amiably low for cash. 1 would therefore call
tho attention nf my patrons to the same as no
timo is to be lost.
JXO. TV CRATG. Jeweler nnd
Silversmith, no. 15, Filth street, tecoud door
from Maiket, Pittsburgh.
N. B. Watches, Clocks nnd Jewelry repaired
in the most desirciib'o and neatest manner.
WHOLESALE DEALER in Boots,
Shoes, nnd Drngansj Palm Leaf and Leg'
horn Hats, Uonnets, caps, etc, etc., ue, 105,
Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Have on hnnd the largest, fresh stock of goods
in Pittsburgh, purchased dircetfrom the man
ufacturers for cash, and will he sold ns cheap
as nnv house east, or west. Philadelphia and
New York bills duplicated.
rPOOTII ACHE is readily curerl by Dr.
' Keysers Tooth Ache Remedy. Sold nt Hen -ninird!
Melviu's, nnd prepared by Dr. George
II. Keyser, wholesale Druggist, Pittsburgh Pa.
Drugs! Drugs I! Drugs!!!
J) K. SELLERS, Wholesale Dnift-ist,
' ' Corner Wood A 2d Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ppt. 26 '55-1 y. 1
I. 0. 0. V.
TVIMROD ENCAMPMENT No. 3,
' 0. O. F. meets every second and foil
Fridays, st 6 o'clrck. p. m., in Jefferson
Lodge rooms, on Third Street, over Garrett's
Stors, D. B. Hiirchnrd, O. P., Geo: B. Means,
S. W.. John Wnggonoi1, Seribe.
Jefferson Lodge No. 6, I. 0. O. F., meets
every Tuesday a' G I 2 o'clock, p. m., in their
hnll on Third street, over Garrett's Here. Geo.
n. Means N O., J. L. Ilolton, V. G., Jas. O'
Ncnl, jr., Secretary. 1
Good Will Lodge No. 141, 1. O. O. F., meets
every Thursday at 61-2 o'clock, p. m., in their
Hnll on Fourth street, over Dentty & Steelmnn's
Store. A. O. Worihington, N. O., D. Filson,
V, G.,' T. II. Robertson Secretury.
Feb. 8. 1855.
U. S. Shaving and Hair Dressing
LEWIS STEVENS would respectfully
inform his friends and the publio Hint he
has taken' a room adjoining the U.S. bouse
where he is randy at all limes to wail on hie
patrons In his line, in tho most polite manner,
and would be pleased to receive a liberal share
april 24tl 1855.
Bliil Greater Attractioas I -
GODEY'S LADY'S E00K
FIFTY-SECOND V0U7ME I THB PIONEER.
j Especial!) devoted to the vantt cf tnt
IF this Magazine is taken in a house, n
o'lior is wanted, as it comprises all that could
be obtained D taking three other Magwioe.
" " 1 at
Ni.w Fkatcbi ro 1P56. A new and very in-
immense sensation in the literary World. Also,
Miss Virginia F. Town send will con)mec
In February a nouvellette, which we know
will strongly interest the render of ihu 'Book.'
Stoiies by un English authoress...
How to make Wax, Flowers aud Fruits.
With engraving!. . '..
The iurse nc.d the nursery, r i
How to iiia';e a Dun net.
T rniMvt,f an Lneih housekeeper.
-j ;lt, arl ,,r sutchinir Flowern Irom i.atore.
The mi of Sketching Flowers Irom na
With engravings. To be copied by.the learner
'F" ' "Je c'u'- . ,
Man-inal counsels to a Daualittr. Designed
, Bjl, ,.,.r jn ip care of Lt-alth, te im-
provemmi of her mind, and tho cultivation of
New siyla of illuminating windows anJ
lamp shades, with engravings.
loetry atid history of Finger Rings, illus
itiwl. sj!w.i f, ,i, r ,, j i.
i coniu from, with engravings,
j iludellin;; in Liaiher with engraving!.
I This is only ijivinir nn intof our irrtenlioiiii
forlHSG. New derigns ofay erest totbeladi
are springing up every dn ; we shall avail our-'
selves of anything that ca.interest them. In
fact, 'Godey's Lady's Hook' will possess tl)
interest of any other three tnngaz'uies.
in addition Co tho above will bo coutiauedin
Godcy's ?plet,did Steel engravings.
One hundred pages of reading.
Godey's challenge Fashion PlateR. Ia thi
as ii, eve-y other department we defy rivalry
Embroidery patterns. Any quautity of thcra
aro given monthly.
Dsess making, with diagrams to cut by.
Iicss patternsInfant' and rhildrens dress-
All kind f crochet and netting work
Clocks, mantelets, talmas, collars, cliernisetls.
Uioor b!eeve-, rounds, window curtains.
iv,,,!,... a ..i.,:. B! .ii
- . I,. ..."".,".' V ', 1 V' ""'
,t.t ,., i l.-:-
,W ni ,ltRtKl lnornil arraW
dresses, l.ridul dres-es, Wreaths, mantillas,
V;lM tU ri(i ,,aW boy's clothine.
capes and cloak of fur in season. Crocbetaml
"""'"fT W(k P"'" ' "'I'"'',
,,," , ' ... ,nnn , .
inlawing Ui nsmis lor Youth. 1UUJ designs
, . ... 6"
-''lisle, sj v.or l i is given every year : the nurs
,i. "m ,.,. ?. A
;: ,;. ,, ' " " T
uev h luvniuiiblo RecitM's niioii everr sultiecL
I We would ndyise nil who intend to subscribe
orcein soon, tor if we do not
" ' 1 " t" " W" ,-.r
""'l".' oeioaoo. o e e.l" ct our il l lor
f G reach.100 W cpie. The bes.Jplai.
"Sv yir money dirret to
'7, ,h ,er' Those who send largo amounU
bad belter send drafts, but no es wdl answer f
drafts cannot be procured. Letters hnd better
be regist(:red it only costs five cents extra,
and their safe reception is insured.
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S. Three cojiies one year G. Five copies one
year, ami nn exira copy to the person sending
the club, making six copies, 10. Eight copies
ono year nun an exliacnpv to the per-on send
, I ing the club, malum.' nine copies, 15. Eleven
copies ono year, nnd nn extra copy to the per
ton sending the club, making twelve copies 20.
O'Tlie above terms cannot be deviated from,
no matter bow many nre ordered.
Godey's Lndy's Took and Harper's Magazine
both ono year for $4,50.
Codcy's Lndy's liook nnd Arthur's Home
Magazine both one year for $3,50.
The money must bo all sent at one, time for
nnv of the clubs.
IHT Additions of one or moro lo clubs are re
ceived nt club prices. .
IL7A specimen or specimens will be sent di
rect to any postmaster mnking the request.
ITWe can always supply back numbers for
the year, as the work is stereotyped.
ILTSub.-cribeis in the Brit i.-li Provinces, who
send for clubs, must remit 36 cents extra on
every subscriber, to pay the American postage
to uie lines.
Address L. A. GODET.
No. 113 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
Sky Light Pguerrotype Room.
O W. WISER, respectfully announces
"to the public, that ho has recently refitt
ed and refurnisled the rooms, comer Fifth
nnd Market streets, in a stvle inferior to none.
i lie hnspered no pains or txpense to make hia
j rooms plensnnt, where one and all may take
pleasure in visiting, and where all who wish
I nitty bo supplied with Daguerreotypes of tha
! finest tone, true to tho life, at veiy reasonable
j rates, and will take great pains to please all
I who may favor him with their Qronage.
ILr lio'ims corner of t ilth and ilarket streets,
immediately over Unlsted's Shoe Store
Steubenville, Jan. 1. lftW
S. L. Sharp,
Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist.
UEETS constantly on hands all kinds o
manufactured tobac co, cigars snd snuff
Articles sold by him are warranted to be of tha
Shop on Market street, south sidi, one doorl
below sixth street, and opposite Nash's new
Steubenville, set. 19 '55-ly.
Sevastopol Not Taken!
"EMEST, Market street, lias in store an
"- excellent assortment of COXFECTIONE
RIES, tc, purchased expressly for this market
l'.aisins by the pound or box; Crackers, choice
brands; Currants; Candies; Dates; Prunes; Lem
ons; Figs; Citron; Gum Drops; Know Nothings'
Jenny Liud Drops; Cakes of all kinds; Nuts of
all kinds; Fruits; Fire Crackers, Torpedoes-, &c.
Parties furnished with Pound, Fruit, Lady Caks
nnd Ico Cream.
Great inducements offered to Country roercn'
ants nnd others, who wish to purchase by the
quantity. For bnrgains in Confectioneries, ca
at . FEIST'S,
Jan. 1, '55; Market St., Steubenville.
J. R. SLACK & C0.t
flOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS and
13 PAPER DEALERS, Market street, abova
Fourth, south side, Steubenville, Ohio, keen
constantly on hnnd and for kale, a large audi
well sf lected stock of Miscellaneous snd School
BOOKS; Plain snd Fancy STATIONERY:
Writing and Wrapping PAPERS, BLANK
BGOKS, etc., etc.; nil of which they will sell
on the most favorable terms at wholesale or
Country merchants and other dealera will bt
surinlled nt very low wholesale prices.
J, R. S. fc Co. are prepared to furnish tha
best American Alngnzines, as early as they can
be received by mail. ' They also keep on hand
a choice supply ;of SnEtT usio. Jan. I, , 55.
JI'DOWELL & CO.,
Booksdkrt, Stationers, Paper Dealers, Stmt
Book Manufacturers and Book QindWt. -f)EALERS
at Wholesale and Rotail, ia
School, Classical, Medical, Theologioal,
Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, Roleif and
l;lain Cap, Post and jNote Papers, Printing and
Wrapping Papers, Wall Papers and Borders,
School, Connflng-IIouse and Fancy Stalionerf.
Merchants and others desiring to purchase,
will do well to call and examine our stiick.' '
' Th. highest market price paid for Rags.
' ' M'DOWELL A CO.,'
North" side of aket, abova Poutth street
Steubenville. Oh io. Jaw. 1, '5.
GROCERY AND IEED STORE.
THE Bubscribers Lavo on hand, anrj in
tend keeping on hand a good supply a
orn. Oats and Mill feed. Also a good supply
cf Groceries, generally kept in grocery eUb.
oishments, South west corner of Fourth tad
lAdams street, Steubenville Ohio. '
Jan. 1855. ME1KLE AND 8TAF&