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Tie Citizens "Panic still continues to
'ray Interest on deposits. D. Moouy. .-: .
iOrPersons wishing advertisements in
this paper, rnjisthand. them in. by Monday
jnoniog at the farthest., i ' V 1 - ! '
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ICThe celebrated TempernncH Lec
turer, J. W.rII. Hawkins of Dultimore,
will' yisiSif'ubenville,'on; Tuesday the
18ih inst. and is expected to remain three
.days.. 'He , will lecture .on Tuesday,
)Yednesday and Thursday evenings,
commencing 3t the South St. Methodist
'E. Church. ' ' ' ,
Mr.1 H. was one of the seven men who
uniled togeil er.in Baliimoie and organi
sed the 'iW Wasliingionian Society.
lie is an interesting speaker, and we hope
our citizens w ill give him a fair hearing.
Clever was there a time when ii was
more important that the evils of intemper
ance 'should be portrayed than the pres
ent. Never was there a time when the
y'outnjfif oof city "were in greater danger
of being ruined than at the present time
Com5 tten,young and old,' male and
fefaale, mid give aid and eomfort to one
of the ' best of causes the overthrow of
C7Mr. Frohman is in the rescipt of
some of the best, and ready made cloiliinc
fqr men arid bby every way suited to this
season oi ine year, which lie sells reinar
kably cheap. '
-We notice that Hofmayer is doing
an extensive . business in the Clothin?
t X X - ' .. O
ine, ne goes m lor, the doctrine of 'Quick
ales and. small profits' rather than keep
goods on hand until iliey become unfash
ionable.' 'Profitable' purchases may he
made at his Store.
1 JC7(iTBRMANN is a very gentlemanly
t . .... ... .
dealer, snd keens an excellent assortment
of Ready Madu Clothing. His stock is
selected with fine taste, and he gives a
good article, for a fair price. '
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, Amfmcas, Union. This is. the till
of a very neat sheet'recnitly commenced
at' Washington, P.i., to be devoted to the
I nlcrett of the American Order. From
the number, on our table, if it is n fair
specimen of itf Ftifcetsor.v we have no
doubt it will jl g.'od si n ice to the cause
of, trutii.1;; .Edited by J. Musser.
Pricey $lv,0O'in advance. '
iCT'Arihnr's Hdme Magazine for Jau.
inry is ui our table. Ii is a very inter
esting number ; and contains some very
beautiful and itislrucliveengnving. The
fmr eras of life,' teaches a lesson thai
should neve! be forgotten. The Home
Magiuine should find a place in every lam
ilv' in our', counjry. As a new volume
commences with this No. now is the iiuim
l ivoraljle lime" to subscribe,
Price $2.00 a chpy . Address 'T. S.
ARTHUR, l3'Vai..uiSi. Pliilad...
, C7The January number of Peierxou's
mngar.iiie ' has .'promptly iirrm-d.' Just
look -at that beautiful onirravitig, 'The
moVmiijJ bath,', and if it docs not in.ifce
yon laugh, then in no fun in your com
position.,.! PeJeTanii's iisVof rontriliiitors.
is unrivaled by iliat of any other' Lady's
Magazine ; anil he has good cause , to be
proulof ii.' .Tliii No. , commences a
new -volume; send on your names only
2,00 a ropy, . ' f
Address, qiAnXES i, PETERSON,
No. lo? Chesntjt'St. Philadelphia. :
vff' :::.'.' " :
.A Nkw Move in ; Kansas. The; St.
Louis Democrat Reporter, gives ihe.proi
eeeJj'ri"''. Con?.iiiulion,il Conven-t4or-for!Kbnsa
now irr session at Tone-
''i:c T'ft'Keople 'liav'e reason to watch
carefully the mcqjhey trust.iij this move
ment or they wilf lie, belrayedi We have
eecrt leu to this reflection by the move
merifof Mrl' Dclahayl 'the delegate from
heaven worth, .and the ediuir of the Ad.
mjntstra'tiori orga'ii at that place. , In tliei
seifion of the first of Novemlcr. he in-
Cgi;We,jj6lution'ile,clnBg it proper
tor tne convention to adopt a Constitu
lion williout se'ttlirig the Slavery question
but leaving, that to be determined by the
vote of the pebble' after its admission in
to tht)'TJnion.v' , He 'made a long Rpeech
in its fHyorTiie plan' seamed to lakethe
V!Pg,ies.oy surprise, . l-'ew of them c
tt '-dreBrheil of makiiiir -a honcommitt!.
Qo,ViVUiiop, Janil'tlie pemocrat corres
pondent ssys that but amall minority
wU for.i moment, entertain the idea.
Itassnrnes'lrhportaiifce only from the fact
I rial n comes iroin u aort oi organ oi the
Adiriinistfattah In llieWriiory.' We liave
not the Jens idea that ruch an act of sui
i:ide wUl eefyriud favprjjY'll'- majority
of the' oelegatfs. ., ' ,. ( ' "'
cVe ay to ihein, in advance, that RUch
a cherhe; wil! hot Brail to go that State
iiit the Union.',, (The solemn compact of
1820,' forrver dedicate nll that land to
freedom, Tlie, people of the freo Slates
K'ill'lnnisr npnn' the fuiltlment of that
rompct;,and will refuse to icrciyo Kau-
s as a SiaU, till its' Constitution con
tain the ptii-gfiitery 'prohibition. JtU
ofiMef irVn' tliir iiioial riiint, and weJ
Jial Miajsi; Mpru) 4. v -i t : . . i
OA.VViVliint'on'c'rreN sitys that
Vfrftiicn Is Very aWiduausI employed,
wiitingbi vwMHg: lla nild! Ml will be
proj'ljv'ttj (b'r iMieyttoB,' - '
We have the report here, that,
Banks on the last balloting for Speaker
of the Home, has 10? tote. ,1)4 neces
sary to a choice. Hope he is by this
lime elected. . ; : '
We hope to be ah'e to lay at least
a synopsis of I'm Preiideuts nieasage be
fore our readers next weekJ 1 This as a
matter of course will depend upon the
Organization of the house. . !.
2 HE GREAT ENGLISH BEHEST. .
SIU JA.MKS CLAKKK'S -
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
DREPAKF.D from' a prescription of Sir
JjoiieH Clarke, M.D Physiciun Extraordina
ry to the Qui vn. TIi'ih uivnluable uieilicine U
unfailing in llierurcof nil tline painful ant)
(Jungerou k dibcui-r incident to the female con
It moderntes nil execs, removes nil obstruc
tions, and bring ou the monthly, period villi
regularity. These Pills tdiould be need t o or
three weeks previous tn confiiifment ; they for
tify the constitution, and len-eir ihe. Kuffi-ring
duiing labor, eniililliijr I tie iihuIiit to perform
her iluiieH wiih safety to herself nnd child.
Theso i'ills,slHuld not be taken by females
during the firet three months of pregnancy,
a they are sure lo brinj; oh tnibcarriuge, bill
lit any other lim they are safe.
In all cases of r.ervous and spinal nffcctioiiH,
pain in the back nnd limbs, heaviness, fatigue
on Might exertion., palpitation of the heart,
lownesa of spirits, hysterics, sick headache,
whites and all the painful disease.1) occasioned
by a disordered oystein, these pills will efllict
a cure when all oilier moans have failed, and
although a powoiful remedy, does (tot contain
iron, calomel, nutimony, or other mineral.
Full directions accompanying each package.
Price in the United States and Canada, vue
Sole Agents fur this country,
I. C. BALDWIN ft Co.,
Rochester, H. T.
TUTTLE iMOSEf, Aubura N. Y., General
N.B. $1, (JO and 6 postage Rtnmps enclosed
to any auihonized agent, will insure a buttle
of the pill by return muil. v -. ,,
For 6iile xt'holesahi and retail by
1IENING &MELVIN, Steubenville,
nnd Druggists generally. dec. 12-ly.
: " LEGAL NOTICE. 7
Samunl Hickij )
" vs. V In Partition. '
TWOTK-'E is, hereby given to Josiuh
. l'rice nnd Rachel Pi'lcw his wife, Thomas
Hanson nnd Uizaoeih Hanson It i m wife, of
JdliTHon ciiuniy oliio, Jacob Pool and Mry
Pool liix wife, of Monroe, county Ohio, Joseph
Cross and Saiuli Cis his wile, of tonn coun
ty Michigan Joiiininllii'ks David liicks, hliza.
.hetli liicks, FiniicU (J Ilicks Jsin'ic Hieks ii War
Ilia Ilicks, ehihlren of John Hicks Jr. dcccaxcd,
and Aiulki'snu Hicks and Thomas Scotf, and
Eliza Ami Scoit his wife, of Ji fl'ernoti county,
ohio, lliat on llin Cth day of I'eceinlier, 1W5,
Samuel Hicks tiled in I he ofrhe of the Clerk
of iho Coun of Ci uon Pleas for Jefferson
county. Ohio, agninst tliem his amended peti
tion which is now pending, wherein the said
p-iiiioiHT duinnnds partition of the following
Real I'jstale, situate, in JcilVrsou county, Ohio,
of which John Hicks Sr., late of said county.
deceased died seined, to wit! The soulh West
qi;uiteriif section No. 14. in io" nliiu ten and
laiiKU three, ami Hint ut the next term of the
conn ot common Pleas for said county of
Jefferson, id petitioner will make aoplicutioi
lor mi order that pnrljlion may be made of said
BY MCODEY ,fc ELLIOTT,
dec. 12-Ct. his Attorneys.
' . . SHEELTFS "SALE.
ft - 1 It l I M
unio ex rei uaiiK uum-i iix virtue or a
.: inissioiien vs. ( 1) writ of vendi
:' James Teuff. ) exponas issued
uut of tlin Court of ConiiiiiMi Pleas in and
liir thu (Jointly of Juii'erson, State of Oiiio,
and to me directed, I will offer and i'xiiosj
to is;il by public vendue and uuiciy, at the
door of the Court llotiou in the town of
S.XTUK.DAY the 12th day of January l8oG.
between the lioursnt 10 o clock A. .U. and
4 o'clock P. .M of said day, the following
described property, to witi
Pa-tofoutli.t No. :i i n the original plat of
the town of Steubenville houiuJed no the
e.iBt. by 5tli street on tin? south by a 2'l foot
alley on thu west by lands formerly belong
ing to the est.itu of S.iinuol Patterson dtj
ceased, and ot the north by Washington
street containing about two acres be the
saine more or less. Also thi north half
of lot No. Ml in tho original p'atofthe
town of St'Kibiriville. Also tin north half
ot Lot No. 14") in the town of Steubenvilie.
Also lot No. 203 in Carroll ami Kflls addi
tion to the town of Sieubenvillo with the
appurtenance belonrinr thereto. The
above described 'property Is appraised as
follows: Lot no, 3 at. six thousand dollars
(6(!( HI) north Imlf of lot No. 144 at four-
teen hundred dollars ($1400) north half of
lot ftn. 14;) ot six hundred dollars, ($u!ll)
lot No. 2d ) at one thousand dollars ($100(1.)
Terms of Sale Cash. '
''' JAMK.SH. B1.1NN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Steuhenville, dec. 12-5t.
rjl.OAKS. J. Allen hajust received a
large and splendid assortment of Ladies
Cloaks, latest Paris styles, ' Also, French
Cloth for Ladies' Cloaks, all colours, for
sale low by T dec. 12 J. ALLEN.
CIECON D S I'UCK of Winter GoodVjuTt
arrived.J. Allen has just ioceived a
general acsortment of Ladies and Gents'
Winter Gooilg which will be sold at great
barzains for cash at tho Storo of '
Steuhenville, dec. 12. J. ALl.EN.
fl A UPKTS, Flo.r; Oil Cloth and Matting,
jtst received and for sale very low by
dec. 12. . J. ALLEN,
T ONI J SH WLS Bay 8t"ate"long and
Square Shawls. A gdod assortment
on hand and for sale low at the store of
dec. 12. J. ALLEN. '
, " Juvenile Books. ' "
T R. SLACK & CO. have just received
' 48iipplypfnewand beautiful Juvoniles,
among which ore the following; ' ;
Merry Pictures for little people.
Six Pleasant Companions for spare hours.
The Wind Spirit and Uain Goddess,
Ella, or Turning over a iipv leaf.
Island Homo, a Robinson Crusoe ,storyV
Uncle John's Books, ; ,' ' ,
Uncle Frank's Boy's and Girls Library.
The Silver Lake Stories. :. , .,
Cousin Mary's story books.
The Hero of Falcon Island. ''
The Young Marooners. .-. ( ,
Curious stories about Fairies and ether
funny people. ' " ." ' ' ' " ' ' ,. '
The Mystvrioiis Story Book. ' '
' Estellen Btoriea for good boys and girls.
liiltl.a BloKiu'a R iwnnl.: ., , ,
Jlovvi to be a man, etc., etc . ,i- dec. 5.
. ...... 'fairies (it 1136. 7
J, R. $t.A;K& (,(., he Jtint rereivetl
H fine to-romoeiit.nl rnole.fot IPfiO, .Coin
pfimg iweliftdiffi'iint Slloit.;j Oee 5 '65.
IUS I' reeejved a prime lotif'.WrR.
'Chws.. fonOsHys.m TorHlso lot ofj li
lies Wmds Peutt Staih ami rnr sale hy v" ' 1
Pc, ft '65 g, T, B0LLO V7A? i 00
New? all and Winter Ooodi!
" '; : - AT -
1 ' O. & J. SCOTT'S,
TE are now opening in our new build
" . Ine. on Market at.. on of th lnr,est
nnd most exttnuiv stocks of Fall slid Winter
Dry Ooods, Trimmings' fcc, ever received.
Our i.tock of drest oods w Mieva in much
fuller and richer than any i liaV lierlofore
received, coinpriHini; th newest and richest
L'oods lu Market. Black Dre.s nnd Mantilla
Silks, from 40c to' $1,75; Rich Karred and
Stripeil do ; Plain and Fancy colored Silks of
extra fina quality Slid new ntylea ; French
Merinos and l!aniiireg ; breueli UeiHins or
the richest pal terns; American and English
do; all wool rilaiii delaiues Persian's, Ac.
rrench Merino Plaids, new patterns ; (jine-
bams, prints, etc., will be sold at the lowt
Domestic Goons. Yard wide Crown Muslins
at l cents ; heavy do 7 to tic ; bleached d,
Kod article. fi cents; fine do 10 In 12 ;
Pillow Cas Miitdin and Linen; Sheeting
Muslin and Linen, 3 yards wide; Diapers and
Crah, Tickinsrcbecks, etc.; will be sold at
very low prices,
nuts ! Bo.NNitTS ! A large and extensive
stock of Fall anil Winter Ho on its, Bedford
and English straw, colored Brilliants and Bel
grade, Split Straws, with rolled edge, etc., etc.
MiLiiNEiir DtPiKTMKNT. W are innnufac
turiiijr extensively under the pergonal super
intendence of Mis Armstrong, from New
Yoik, the latest Ereueh styles of Satin, Silk,
Velvet and Mourning Bonnets ; Dress caps and
head dress, a Mock of which is kept constant
ly on hand and made at the shortest notice to
onler. Every pains will be taken Ut please
l lie taste and givu snti1-fact ion to our numer
ously iucreising customers in this department
BonneU of the late French patterns now re
ceived. Shawls ! SruwLB I Brncha, square and lonij,
of the richest patterns ; Stella do, an entirely
new article ; Printed Cashmere long and square
Woolen Shawls at very low prices.
Trimmings i kvkuy vabikty." We can offer
at. lliis time the most extensive Rtock of Dress
Trimming in the city ; Watered truluons from
Ck" to li2c. of black and the richest fancy col
ors ; Slaiabo and Moss Trimmings, something
very rich and entirely new : Velvet, i'lush and
fancy trimmings in every variety; cords and
Tassels. Frieires, Trimniinir Laces, Gloves,
etc.; hair FronUand Curls, Mohair head Drops,
EMimoiDEn lis Superb French Collarc, ch?m
isetts and (Jndersleeves, Jacconet and Swiss
EdL'iiH'S and Insertings, new patterns; Swiss
and Jaccouel Flouncini'S, etc,: a litrce assort
ment of full and half mouriiing collars, chein-
isnttes and kleeycs, Ac.
October 21, '55.
t 'LOAKS ! CLOAKS ! There will be
opened on Monday, the 22 of Oct., t O. '&
J. Scott's, a large and beautiful stock of Rich
Uioaks, ol entirely new patterns. oct. ii
1 ADILFANCY FUUS-Now open
ed at the Hoonm of 0. t J. Scott, one of
the largest and richest Mocks of Fitch, Stone
Martin, Lynx, Silieii.in squirrel nnd Coney,
Victorines, Pelerines and ct lfs, which will be
old cheap. oct. 21.
( Sheriffs Sale. .,
Elisha Lnkeyl T)y virtue of an execution
l in the rae issued out of the
Saml Lindsay) Court of Common Pleas of
Jefferson County nnd S'ateofOhio and tome
directe 1 1 will otter and expose to sale by
public vendue and outcry at the front do r of
Ihe Court, house in bU.-uueurille in said Coun
ly of Jefferson, on Saturday the 5th day of
January lij,)u between the hours of 111 o clock
A.M and 4 o'clock P. 21. of said day Ihe fol
lowing described real estate with the npperte
nance to wit Lot number Thirty nine on the north
side of main street in the Town of princtlcld
in Jefferson County Ohio appraised at $125.
Terms of sale, cash. 'JAMES II. BLINX,
Sheriff leff'-rso n county.
Sheriff's oflice,' Steuh., Dee. 55-5t.
, Sheriff "s Sale. '
Moses Uoe, ct ill. vs. ) I) Y virtue of an ex
8teiil.envillo t Rich- S D eciilion in this case
inotid Plank UoadCo) s(,lle( outof ihii Court
of Common Pleas wiihiu and for thu county of
Jehvr..ti anil Statu ol Uh'o ami to me uirecleil,
I will offer and expose lo sale by public, vendue
and outcry al, i In- houo of Thomas Maxwell,
in Cross Creek Town-hip. in the county of
Jenersou, on Sal onlay tho r!tli luv ot Decern
her, between the hours of It) o'clock a. m. and
4 o'clock p. M. of said d iy I ho followim; prop
erly, In wit : A hit, of three ii.eh oak plank,
estimated to contain two hundred and eigh y
lhoiiuud fuel broad measure.'
Terms of sale, Ciih. J AMES H. ULIXX,
Shiriffof Jefcr-ou coiiniy.
Sheriff's oflice, Sleubeii ille, nov. 23, 53-2l."
f)Y virtue of an order of Miile from the
Prob ate court within and for the' county of
Jefferson in Ihe State of ohio, anil to me di
vclcd, T will offer at. public sale on tlm 15ih
day of Dec. A D. I S5;"i, bel ween the hours of
HI o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m., on said
day at the residence of Elizabeth Go.' n.'ll( widow)
in Wells Township, in he comity nforesaid,
all the rihl. ti le and intercut of Henry Gos.
t ell deceaieiliu the following described real
estate, to wit : The undivided eiijlnh part of a
part of ihe north half of section no. 17, in
Township iio. .r) of ranee no. 2, in the district
of laud, sold at Slcuhcuville, ohio, contninim;
one hundred it 50 acres, more or less, beiojjllie
same tractor parcel of laud of which the late
John Gosnell died seized, subject to the widow
Oosnell's right of d iwer in said premises. Al
so at the same timo and place 1 will offer at,
public s-ile all the right, titta and interest of
Ihe said Henry Gosnell deceased, in the follow
ini real estate, to wil : The undivided eighth
part of a part of the south east quarter of sec
tion no. '-IJ in Township no. 5, of range no. 2.
in the district of land sold at Sleiiben.ville,
(diio, bounded and described as follow s, to wit;
llegiiininf' at a limestone in the soulh east
corner of said section, thence west 163 ,3 perches
to a sand stone, thence north 9t) perches to a
sand stone, thence ea-t IG3.3 perches lo a limp-
stone, iheuce soulh Ort perches to the dace of
beginning containing one. hundred acres,
moro or less.
Terms of aale ; One half of the purchase
money to be paid at the tune of sale.' ihe bal
ance in one year with interest, to be secured
by note and mortgage on said premises.
. . JOSEPH C. M'CLEAHY, '
Ailm'r of the estate af Henry Gosnell, dee'd.
Warreuton nov. 14 5,1-St. ;
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
PURSUANT to Ihe provisions of the
Will of William Kirk, deceased, we will
offer at public sale on seventh da the 15th of
lain month next, the nne rnrm known as his
late residence, containing about 21 G acres', ly
ing two miles from Smithfield vti tho Mt. Pleas
ant Jtuad. i
It is In a high state of cullirnlion, with
good and substantial buildings. It is Well win
tered, has an excellent orchard, plenty. of fine
timber nnd inexhniistable mines of coal and
Term made known on day of fale, which
will take place ou the premises at one o'clock
..;!, . , , . JOSEPH II. COPE,
, J DEL KIRK,
nov. 14. ... . Executors.
lata Publications. .'. V;
The widow bi-dntt papers. . -t di
Caste, a story if Repuhlican Equality
i Poems' of boiiih anil travel by 1 ay lor.
The Song of niiiftath -.
The Myslie. by P. J. Bailey . -Mand
"by, Tennyson'. i.",, I ?: ,'Z .(,
' Lucy Boston , , . ., ,, . .. , ,
The Refilgeu ''.'' ';:''' ',"' , '"
O'll of debt, otit'nf dungt'-r by Cousin' Alice
i The Time ofilie end ;' -,'; ' -
Tho Sunny Side.'" '' ' ' "' ;' "'
Alsoapupi'ly hf the, Indies Almanacs. Just
eeeived and fof sale by '" ' ' ' ;
J?w; 5 : '' ' ; ''.'. ' J-R- BLACK A CO.
o House Painting, Glazing, &o. '
PE1UIY 00VLE )v.mld notify tho nub
111 tliMl tin la hlil 1 riVmltr tn Willi .'n litd nV.
ingi Paper Hanging and Graining. Sign Palm-
in, iloinl bV lournnvman. Slmn nil' Murliul
south side, nnposilu Kllgore's bo UaU,
DtuMuruiiiaD, i, ivf? " '
The only true and genuine l,iver Pills,
prepared by lt. Er Sellers.
, IroNToN, O., Mareh J8S5, ,
1 feci it a duty that J owe to my fel
low sufferers, t aiaie? tliai I have exper
fenced great relief from the use of Selleia'
Liver 1'ills- I have suffered severely.
with the Liver Complaint for several
years, no much so that .both my friends
have thought I could not survive but a
short time. Much money have been ex
tended in the endeavor lo procure relief
from the physicians, but all in vain , us a
last resort on the recommendation of my
brother. I procured some of hellers Liv
er Pills. at vour more, nnd I found a great
relief from their use, and in the contin
ued use of them since, I have almost en
tirely recovered my health.
I am the husband of Hannah Comps-
-'...nil St 1 I '
ton; I think Sellers rn's a Bupenor
medicine, and believe that they were the
means of saving my wife's life."
To the Pontic. The original only
true and genuine Liver Pills are prepared
by K. E. Sellers, ana nave mi name .in
black yax upon the lid of each box, and
his signature on the outside wrapperall
others are counterfeits, or Base Imiuiions.
R. E, SELLERS & Co., Proprietors,;
And for sale by Herring & Melvin
Stcubenville, Ohio. : :' dcc5-4t ;
'. - FURNITURE ! :
PlTTSnUROtl. -.','" '
fFIIE subscriber would rcsncctfully in.
form bis friends md tlm public, that lie has
purchased the interest or )is lete partner and
Is now sole pronrielor of this treat Cabinet and
Chair Mannfaciiirinc Establishment', the most
extensive and complete of ',he kind in the eoua
lev. ; i
. V uh a stock of over one nnllon,reet or cnoice
lumber well seasoned, and a strong force of
first rare mechanics, he will commence opera
tions in a few days, when lie will be ready to
attend tq the orders yf his numerous friends and
A variety of new styles of Furniture will ba
introduced and sold at low prices. , ' ' ';
'Particular attention will be. given tothemanr
ufacturingof Furniture suilaole for Steamboats
andllotels which will be sold on accommodating
terms and at prices that will defy competition'.'
Cane Seat Chairs made at. this establishment
soi much admired for' durability and neatness
of design i ill bo sold at the reduced price of
$5,50 to $8 per Set. . . ,
Scroll sawing and Turning of all kinds done
CKooms with Steam power to rcnt-jj
Veneers. Varnish, hair cloth, Mulliny and
Cabinet Makers finding generally . always on
hand and will be sold to the traje at a small
advance on Eastern cah prices, i -
; II. U. RYAN, ill, Fifth sr..
oct. 3. .-, i-.- ; Pittsburgh.
J. J . OII.LK8PIK- ' A. FINKBINK.
. J. J. GILLESPIE &C0.
I OOKING GLASS Manufacturers nnd
Dealers in Looking Glass Plates, Plate t;l.i.
Engravings. Combs and Fuiicy Goods, No. 76,
Wood Street, Pittsburg. Pa.
O0n hand and made to order, Gilt, Tier nnd
Mantle Glasses; Mahogany. Rosewood, Wal
nut and gilt Frames, or Moulding of every de
scription. HTSteamboat Cabins decorated and gilt XI
sept. 2G-.'im. '
Woodwell's Furniture and Chairs,
I V HOLUSALK and ..Retail, embrncin
' ' every varie.tv of Furniture, in Rosewood,
Mahogany anl 'Walnut, suitable for Parlors,
Clnmlcrs and DininC Rooms, equal to any In
New Ymk or Philadelphia, and ai lover prices;
everv nrln le ninilii by hiiii'l ami warrenleil.
iLTCiibinet Makers supplied with anv qnun
I ilv of Furniture and Chairs mi reasonable terms
Hotel mid Steamboats furnished ut ll c hort
est notice. ' ' 4 J '
Wnreroonis no'. 77 and iD Third Street, Pitts
: SHORTEN & BRO.
MANUFACTUIIEOS-OF Af.t KINDS OF
PIIAVKLING and Packing Trunlss. va
lises, Ladiu"' Bonnet Boxs, etc., corner of
Wood mid Libert v ; Streets sdso Corner, Wood
and full Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa. . ',
U" Wholesale ilrdors promptly filled nt the
nwast, piMsiblu prices. Repairing d ui In the
best order. tept, Sfi-Ciu. 1
; 1' A L L GOO DS! .; '
; GEOEGE P.'! SMITH & CO.,
No. 54 Woon Stiiekt, '
... PITTSBURGH, PA.,
Have now in stove a full assortment of
I M POUTED AND DOMESTIC
; ' 1 D-iY GOODS, 1 '
Which will bo ept vi:i.b assorted ri'tt-
INQ THE SEASON.
Sept. 5,-3 m.
WITOLESALH DEALER in Jloots,
' Shoes, and Brogans; Palm Leaf and Leg
horn Hats, Bonnets, caps, etc., etc., no. 105,
AV ood St., Pittsburgh, Pa. - ,'.
Have mi hand the largest fresh stock of goods
n Pittsburgh, purchased direct from ihe man
ufiietiirers for cash, mid will hn sold as cheap
ns any house east or Tvest'. Philadelphia and
New York bills duplicated.
Timo; is Money.
HAVING received tins day from the
Eat a consignment of goads in my ine,
consist ihg in part 'of Gold and Silver Watches
and Chains, rich Mosaic and carved Bracelets,
Eur and Finger rings, Odd Fellows nnd Masou
icpinsj Studs, Emblems, etc.. which having
to be closed out in 30 dnys, will be sold unro
sonahly low for cash. I would therefore call
iho Atteu'.ion of icy patrons to the same as no'
time is io be lot, i ! ' , '
- . , - J NO. B. CRAIG, Jeweler and
Silversmith, no. 1", Filth btreet, second door
from Market, Pittsburgh. ' '' ' ' -
K. H. :: Watcheir,.Clocks and Jewelry repaired
in the most de.sireable and neatest manner.
rp66TII ACME is readily cured" byTr.
Keysers Tooth Ache Remedy. Sold nt Hen
ningtt Melvin's, (in I prepared hy Dr.' Gcira
H, Keyser, wlmlosale Druggist, Pittsburgh Pa.
- Drugs! Drugs!! Drugslll ;
H'K. SKMjKKS, Wliolesalo Drurist,
Comer Wood i 2d Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
sept. 20 .r'5-ly. .
"", i-.e 'AUE0RA ' ; -' '
a' NUW COOK1NU STOVE, new in
x design nnd principle, lor burning Coitl, lias
an extra large oven, a good .draft, and easily
cleaned; construction Mich as lo meet the expec
tations of all, and guaranteed to: give satisfac
tion Jo the purchaser. Will Voiirsll mid seo it?
: Ko. 3 and 4 Kxna Cold Cmijc Stoves, ',
. ' " 1 " - 2 Ilarlley " , J, .
w' 3 " 4 Air,Tiht Wood "ik". :,'
i. 2 " 4 Premium do. ' ' do.' : '''
" I " a 4 Cook of Bachelor Stove's.
Egg, Parlor and CliiimU-r Stoves of Im-huI ifuj
decigti, Fancy Orates, Feiiil.-rsv etc., elc'., all
reduced prices, rtl the Ohio Foundry Warerooihs.
Market sireet. ' " SHARP ft- CRAIG.
' fttt-uliei)villc Jan. 1. lH5a..'
!" UNION MARBLE W0EKS.
IT : MULDOON & Cp;, corner' of 4th
k . and Market Street,- keep constantly On
and n large a. id ple)nlid torlt of all kinds
of marble .work.eoM'Mitigff Moiiumenls, Tomb
and Head 8tohes,'Jlarble Mamies Ac, tc.
They lira prepared toexi-ciiU every variety
of design'; in the Itest posible style, , '
i Work will bedoouat Katern pricey qd full
Sat iofsciion given U Ciistoinora.
' MnbravUl, Oct. 17th j.
IMkeaWUa lewilar.; an4 .Kasaiae Werlo.
own usua. . Jakes mbaxs, :t
t i. MEANS & BU0THEES, i
-' 'i ' MANOFACTUrtERS OF v-;! 1 ' '
STEAK ESGIirES, MACHINERY, '
. And all kinds of
; ; Railroad Work,
'. And every vnriety of
IRON "AND BRASS CASTINGS.
Switches : Mill Ooarinir for Saw
roughtand castFrogs t and Grist Mid,
Car Wheels, various
Shaftings and Pull
eys, Cast Iron Fronts.
Window eps, sills
ami coal Vaults.
Bots and nuts, cut
nnd Turning, Plan-
Car Oil Boxes, hubs,
Hack Wheels. . ,
Coal car Wheel. '
DTOurfacilities for work ar not surpassed
hy any shop in the State, ami our atotk of
Patterns being large, all orders for the above
work will bo tilled promptly and ia the
I Sept. 12-yl. ;
Fir ST STOCK OF '
New Fall and Wintsr Dry Goods!
ALEXANDER CONN, : .
TS.rcceivlni direct front th Eastern cit
ies, his first general assortment of Dry
Goods for this Fall's irade, .comprising every
thing new, elegant and fashionable, to be found
in the Eastern Markets. This stock is the
largest and best we have ever recel'-ed and will
be disposed of at such prices al will make It
the interest of all persons wishing to purchase
good Goods at low prices to call and examine
the styles and prices : the assortment contains
Ladies' Dress Goods of all descriptions ; White
Goods, Embroideries, I.aees and Edgings ;
Dress, Cloak and Mantilla Trimmings ; Bon
net Ribbons, Artificials, Fringes, Braids, Gimps
etc., etc. HousekeopeM will find n very lull
ftock of Ilousekeepinir and Domcstie Goods.
A full assortment of best makes and qualities
T ' l cm .
li imi uinens uuu outrun musiino Kepi, con
stantly on hand ; also, French Cloths and Ca
simcre?, Satinets, with general assortment of
bent r urnishing goods, ,., ... i ., ; ..
Tit new PiiiLAiiti puiA Blankets. These ex-
jcellent Blankets will be kept constantly on
iisnu i urnniriioui ine season.
The Cash System has been lopte nnd will
be henceforth rigidly adhered to, as buin for'
the mutual advantage of buyer and seller. Our
motto, therefore, tor the teture i CiiUAr fob
The induccmc'tts offered are, it U thonuht
sufiicimt to amply repay the trouble, of an ex
amination, which is respectfully solicited from
all persons whether deiiri;i to liecoine pur
chasers or not. ' ' ALPX; CONN.
FRANKLIN BRASS FOUNDRY,
JAMES T. SHERIFF, Proprietor
fjMIE Subscriber renpecil'ully inforns
his friends and the public cenerallv, that
he has erected and established, immediately
adjoining iba "Franklin Machine Shop," a
JiKAS" I'UlhMJKi,, .
For the purpose of supplying tlm public with
everything in. that line, such ns Brasses for all
kinds of macliinerv, brass cocks, .iles, haul
Hi ass Bearings and lio.xts for Shafting Bulls of
different kinds nnd sizes, nlso, Friction .Metal.
All woik done with quickness and dispatch.
Orders respectfully "oliciled.
Market price paid fur old bras, copper, zinc
' N. 15. No old ii,. :-d bought from minors, or
other irre- pousiblo persons,, without an order
from patents or guardians,
nov 1 J, -1 y. J AS. L . McDF.V ITT, A gent. J
New, Cheap and Best Ready Made Cloth
ing to be had at E. Frohman's & Co.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED have fr the
a Winter and Spring sales a very general and
universally admired stock of Ready Made
Clothing which can be recommended, being
manufactured at their ovn house in Cincinnati,
made expressly for their own trade, they are
prepared to irive bargains to customers nnd
bold olit better inducements than any other
(Jlolhiiig cstaltlislimeut in the county, they
now bast of flu entirely complete, mid almost
exclusively new stock, comprising all the la
test styles and descriptions of Pants nnd plain
cloth dress, Frock coats, Box, S ick, rnrt Busi
ness coals. TLey have a spluudid variety fur
men and boys. .,'..'
Magnificent. Vests, plain and prepared Silks,
Satinet, cloth,' nnd velvet j all colors and
shades. One Thousand more article of cloth
ing for irenttemcn'H and boys's 'Wear, 'embrac
ing all kinds of fashionable and serviceable
goods, at the cheap cash Store of
' E. FROHMAN1 fe Co.,
Washington Hall Building, Stenbenviilc.
' nov. 14, '.13.:
Medical Hall Re-opened.
flt. LOUIS KELLS having re-opened
" this well known Drug establishment, soli
ells the attention of Physicians and the public
generally, lo bis well Selected stoak of Drugs,
Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, etc. It is
the design to render this establishment all that
can he desired in a city Prescription and Retail
, ; Every care and attention will be given to
Prescriptions, and no medicine dispensed with
out having been previously subj' Cied lo a strict
examination. Every facility will be afforded
Physicians to examine nnd test the quality of
any article supplied by this ttoro. Determined
to keep the best quality of everything in this
line of business, the public can confidently re:
Iv upon nnv article puieha-cd at tho'
' Aug.l.--ly. ME!) I PAL HALL.
rjVO PAINTKKS. Wn have received a
large lot of Paint Brushes, from th'e cek'brn
tid Manufactory of J. G. McKensy t Co., to
which we invite your especial attention. These
Brushes are unsurpassed for durability and
elasticity. We have also a new article oi Paint
Brush for painting lioofs of houses, boats, &c.
Also a fine assortment of Blenders, Graining
Brushes and Brick Liners. ...
, HEXING1 & MELVIN.
pERFUJIERY. The Subscribers have
, i now on hand a large and choice assortment
of Purfiimery and Famjy goods which will be
sold wry lo.'- llENING k MELVIN.
OPONGES. A fino assortment of Toilet,
13 Bath and Carriage Sponges on hand. -
UEMNU & MELVIN.
j Av BOXES SODA fSALF.ltATUS, on
hand atid will be soMtothe trade very low
YIARTIRII. and fusliionablo bair dresser.
Razors Set, oud nil kinds of S irgical in
slrumenls put in good order. Room under
the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market st.! near
the Washington hall, between 3d. and, 4lh.st.
april 5lh. IP.kV ..
' William S. Sherrow, Barber,
ITTOULDrcspoctfully iu'urm his friends
and Iho' public, that he Is ready at all
times (Sabbath excepted) to wait upon custo.
mers in bin line. Rooms South 4lh Streot, one
door norih of the K'orton'Hutel."' 1
..'' CASH FOR HIDES,.
I Will give 5 cis. per lb. Tor, Dlati?l.tcr
1 hides, also Jhe liigheat price for Khrepskiiis.
". , , , . J cspriNcs;t.
Near Corner 4th nnd Markc Sts. SteubeuviP
Nov. aHih, IKAS 4-t. ' .--., j
- Wholesalo and
KKEPS constantly ori liiinds nil kinds of
. . .......v.., i,,uri, ' noil Vllllll
Articles sold by Jilm are warrenwd to be of the
bt-st quality, -u-.
Shop on "Market street, south aide, onn. door
helow hixih street, and opposito Nash's new
bnilding. - in f - . ;
Sierfbeaville.tept. 19 '55-ly. f ... w
, Parks House. ' "
Cimz Junction 8. ft I; RailroAd.
u JOHN M'GTJIRE, Proprietor'
.TTl IS llouso ihew, and cycryconvenl
enco aniirded quests, Passengers on all
the trains oat at lbs Parka nous. n i ' -,
tTMeals onljr wn W five euta
The Greatest MoJidal Discovery of 1
tho. Age... -, .,;. i
DTv. KENNEDY, ol itoxlury las cls
covtrcd (n one or onrcomm rau-tC Witt 1
a remedy that cure, ' - i :r,-
EVKltY KIND OF nUM0Rv .',
from tho Worst scrofula dwa W a conininn
pimplu. : r ' '
' He has tried it In over 1100 cvi. a:l fever
failed except in two eat, (both thunder hu
mor.) He lis now in his pm-session over two
hundred eertiSrstea of its virtue, all wnhiu
fventy miles of Bosson. -1 ,. v
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing
One to three bottles will cur the worbt kind
of pimples on the face.
Two to three bottles will clear the sytctn of
bile. . .. ,: . ;
Two bottles sr watTsntod to cure the wors
canker iii the mouth and stomach. - ' -
Three lo five butties are. wurrai.teu lo cure
the worr. case of Erysipelas.
- One to two botlles arb warrauled to cure al
humor in the eyes. , . ;
Two bottles are warranted to cure rumi'iig
of the ears and blotches among the hsir. i.
i Four to six bottles are warrauted to cure Cor
rupt and running ulcers.
Or.e bottle will cure fccs'y eruptions of the
Two to threa bottles are warranted to cure
tht wort rata of ringworm.
Two or three bottle are warranted to cure
lbs most desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure
the salt rheum. . .
Five 'o eight bottles will cure the wor.t case
A benefit is always experienced from the first
bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when
the above quantity is taken.
Reader,! peddled over a thousand bottles of
this in the vicinity of Boston, 1 know the el
feet of it in every case. So sure as water will
extinguish fire, so sure will this cur humor.. 1
never sold a bottle of it but that sold another ;
after a trial it always speak for itfelf. There,
are two things about this herb that appear to
me surprising ; first that it growg in our pas
tures, in some places quite plentiful, aud yul
its value has nuver been known until I discov
ered it in 1S4( second, that it should cine all
kind of humor, . i . . , ' '
In ordr to irive some idea of the sndtlun rise
and great popularity of the discovery, I will
slate that in April, lt-5'l, I peddled it, and sold
about six Iwules per day in April, li-t, I sold
over one lhoii,and bottles per day of it,
Some of the wholesale Pruggits who have
been in business twenty mid thirty years, say
that nothing in the nuiiHls of patent medicines
was ever like it. There is a universal praise
of it from till quarters. '
In my own practice I alsvays kept it str'ct'y
fur humors but siuce ils introduction as a gen
eral family medicine great and wonderful vir
tues buva been found iu k that 1 uevtr suspect
Several cnes of epileptic fits a disease
which was always considered incurable, have
been cured by a lew bottles. O, what a mercy
if it will piuve effectual iu all cases of that aw
ful malady there a o but few who have seen
more of it than I have.
I know of several caes of Dropsy, nil 0f
ihem nged people, cured by it. From the vari
ous diseases of the Liver, sick headache, Dys
pepsia, asilima, fever and ague, pain in the side,
diseases M tho spine, and parucu arly in dis
eases of the Kidneys, clo, the discovery has
done more good than any medicine em Known.
No change of diet ever iiececesarr cat the
best you gel and enough of it.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNE
DY, No. 120, Warren St. Ruibury, Jiasj.
Wholesale Agents. New VorTc City, C. V.
Clickner, KI Barclay street; C. H- Bing. 192,
Broadway, Hushton it Plnrli, 275 Broadway;
A. B. i I). Snmls, KID Fulton Street.
General wholesale agents Western Pa Gen.
II. Keyser, Pitthburg, and Jas. P. Fleming Al
legheny City. T. H. Logan, Wheeling Vu.
For sale by 11. I). MORRISON aud
IIENING & MELVIN, Steub., Ohio.
July 11. ' '
A NEW STOCK OF FASHIONABLE
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AT
P. GUTTEHilANFS, Market Street,
One Door bdow fourth. ,
TU1IS Esdablishnu'iit as usual ofll-rs the
best assortment in this city of Ready Made
Ulothtng, ueiits tarnishing tinods, haU ana
cups, 1 ravelling I runks, Carpet Bags, tc
The subscriber is respect fully soliciting the
patronage of his friends and the public al. large,
and invites purchasers to the examination of
The superiority of lih goods in selection of
material nnd careful manufacture, is a long
conceded fact, and being determined t o please,
he is ottering now the best stock of Plothinff,
at lower prices than any other buuiiu in this
If you wish to save money and time In pur
chasing n first rate suit of clothing, call at
FRED. GUTTEUMANN-S, Steuh.,
Market St., one door below Fourth,
J. Little, Merchant Tailor,
Clothing and Famishing Store,
'markct st..S pnnas raost sixth.
TVOULD respri-tfully inform the public
generally lliat lie lias commenced business
in 'he above lino- with a largo assortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres nnd NesiiiiL'sof evorv va
riely, which he is prepared to make to "order
in the best sivle ami shortest notice. ANo, r
large n-sorlmciit of furuishim: goods cuitsUt
ing of Shins, Drawers, cravuts, collars, pocket
1 D. .1. . . . - - '
nfjKis, oinchs, eic.
Also, a good assortment of cheap Ready
Mado Clotlunc got up in the bc.t stylo aud
well made and adapted lo the Fall and Winter
The advertiser having experience and prrm
tico of cutting-for a long time lie feeia confi
dent of his ability to Mtrvo . Ihe public. Try
mm no win give you a gnoti nc. oct. 24-tf.
Dunlap & CoMe,
TTAVE just opei cd on . extensive stotk
of Well selected Dry Goods, comprising
ui-iii ijr erery nrucio in inai line, logeilier wjtli
a i'U i supply r uroceries, Qneensware, eto.
Believing with othor Unit the rendy pa
system is for the mutual advantage of hot
seller and consumer, they will therefore in fm
aire comma themselves to a as much as pest
ibledepiirtini! from it only with fcnreful dii
criminal inn in order that promptness-may be
secured thus enabling them to offer their
goods at a small advance on oost. That th
purchasing community may be assured that
bargnins are to be obtainod, they are respoet
fully invitod to call at (ho comer of Fourth
ami Adams streets, ami pid;e for themselves;
net, zt-mn. ilUiMiAf ,fc CO 13 Lb,
less, l all at' V inter Goods, ; 1855
- . AT
H. Q. GARRETT'S. : '
JUST openod, tlielurgest, be.it and cbcap-
I- -r T- .11 I -rm-A . - . ,
. 'i nK ui i-iiii sou 'w lavor uooaa over rt
ecivd in this city, Comprising all the newest
' j'les or lindlos Dress gooils Hlinwls, nv
liroidorii's. Hosiery, oloves, Mitts. 'Mull and
Swiss Edging, Irish Linen, Diaper, Tabl
Cloths, silk and Linen hdkfs. French and En
Irtish cloths and Cuisimerus; Plain nnd Fancy
Vesting; Saitinots, Tweeds, checks. Tickings,
Muslin all widths, qualities and prions. -'
Persons wishing goods by the yard or piece
will Hod it groatly tn their advantage by call
ing it this house before purchasing their goods,
oct. 3. ' " H.O.OARRETT, Third st.
I. 0. 0, F.
JIMROD ENCAMPMENT No. 8, I.
" 0. 0- F. meets every second and fourth
Fridays, at Gj o'elrek, p. in.,' In Jefferson
Lodge moms, ou Third Street, over Garretft
Store, I).. B. linrchsrd. a POeo. B. Means,
S. W., Johu Waggoner, Scribe. . . j :Vr-
Jeflerson, Lodge Ne. 6. 1. 0. 0. meets
every Tuesday a 6 1 S o'clock, p. m., lu their
ball oa Third street, over Garrett's Hors. Geo.
R. Means N O.. J. L. Uollon, V. G., Ju. O'
Neal, jr., Secretary. . .
Good Will Lodge STo. 14.1, f. 0. 6. F..meets
every Thnrsdsy at 1 1-9 o'clock, p. in their
Hall oa Fourth street, over Seatly t) Steelmaa'e
Store. A.. O. Wonhington, N. 0., D. Filson,
V. 0- T. H. Koberisoa Beoxetem . , , ,
Teb. 8. IMS. ' ' s
Cheap and Tajhiouable ,Cl:tlirj!
j o ir 32 '.corirnwa .
CLOTHING t: Wl'ABLlSllilKN'T;
Ahrk4 if. Thru Jqcts abort Fourth,
. . STEVSEXrLLZ, OJIIO, ....
Th' lea. asrtao:.tcf Keady 5Tf.'. r.o'ifeg,
.Eats ioo Ci-s c'sr'aSc-ftiij fcirui-tnvUia. i
aii-J i audioi; v.t kly :i h's la ge am! gr?i
ersl RsfcOilmcnt .f Peady JinTi ft ithing. tli.
I.Mest styleas Uiey coma ojit, t whicJi be iii,
recta ihe slteu'MOii of i1s (iiviuh .lud the P"''
lir, aaxuriitr thnil rhrt fcn is "i.j iSred to el(
everj- discripliuii f .t,d,jtt ,(,rie;s (Jowee
li.au l.nseer l'eu pii'1-l.Rscd' lu ttis Kectlo"!
of tlioS'atc. In fioinvof erUcqii litter dsl
r.ibilily. hi Co.i.ls cannot be vx..'elei in thij
or any otlo'r Wesiern Marker. ' lfis rfices am
iinito: m. ni.ij t b imbue aiap fvfet(Umdi-ni thatc '
ih-y will at i,,l liuies receive tl.e worth of Lheit
money. " 1 ' ' ' ' '-" " v
It will be to t!i Interest, of. xli tu Call anrV
exhrniiitt U'lore pureluising elsewhere, as hi,
Uloitung is made to order, 1, is M'.iMiea thst
he is able to sell better rcwdtw-a!. Jowar prices
tLaa any hon-e in theciiy. .
J.'.HOFMA YER, Jfarket strrVf." ' " "',
' . - ;' , - tlircK duors aboyq Fourih,. Steub,!
r.cl- 2I-;r. -....(
Eteuboavills aud Iniau Lailroad, .!
ciiANiiii ptvm;c j,., ,
and two daily tsalss ti ", kkwark. .
lN arul after Monday, 'November tCth
1855, a Train will leave S:eubouvilldaily!
(Sundays excepted) at follows : . . , .., ;.. i
' Mail 1 rain aid oO ! m. arriving at Sewart,
at 4 1Q p. m., conuMibig with trains' for -: ''i u
, Columbus. .... ; Bandusky,.,. ,. ( , ..-f
liidinnnpoli," ' " Oh Ies go,' ". ' ' "'
: Cinciuiiati, i ' LaAlla; 'i i!
, Mount Vernon ;.liock Island pnd
Toledo, - ' ' " Et. Louis I " '
. Rniavrva. will leave KowsrV ni 11,30 a. w.f
and arrive at Steubenyille at C id, p. m..
TMM FBOlf STECDENVltm (tU00gU llV aAtLROAI)
I o Columbus. $4 io
To Cincinnati.... G SO
To Mt. Vernon;'.". .3 75
To Mansfield..;... 4 75
To Sandusky.,,., COO
To Chicago... ,13 00
j'nftseitcers iv l he 7 o
cl (ic'i ' m om i ng Y ra i is
renf.li Cincinnati at (SSQ.-sittiip eveu.ing. j
Fiirlhroiigh tickets ami further intormatioa
unquiieof t. A. Wdl, Agent, S'-eobenvjlla. ''',
,, .'' , i l-'l it.'i.'t
Ca.'la Z caoT.modaioa Jraia. :,
Ijeaves Sie-itx-nville at 4.13, p.m. and srrie r
Cadis at 6,4 J p-.m. , Relu ruing : Leaves Cjd'S
at 7 oO, a. w arrives at, S.vuUiiivilU. at 10 IS
t: j'.'. . ,i "'t.i
26 p. m., ."' ' ': i.-m! - .vi . rl
A k .s t s . Jol.n J. ItouMon Freight an4
Passenger Agent, No.' 115 Water Street; Pitts'
burgh. . . .. , ;.,,. ;o ,J.rf
J. N. Lennev. Freight Agent, Little Miami
, R. Depot. OWimuli. '' : '''
P. W. tiiradt-r, Pasnungwr Agertt Broadway-
P.ichnM Hooker, Newark. ""'' J'"'"'"
F. A. Wells. S'.euWuvillc.,,: r ,.
Lafayette Duvcunv, Uciicral Greicht and
Tieket Agent. ' ' vt t'-T'i i ;
O. W. Fulton, Superujtcndanl: 1; octi M
REGULAR EVENDJtf LINE.' "'
Betwoen Pittsbai-g aad Sttibenvilie.;-
IN CONKLCtJOH with.ihe . S, & LB, B, 1
UNTIlj tho ciimpliiilo'i ff 'tbu Pitts
buTgh and Sicubenvillj Rftilroad--The'new'
fat riiiinintr Steamers . -i n . -.-vl? v,i
VEXTUIlEr Cr.pt. Joiw Oosno.
fairy ql-ehs, capt . J. c. Rcro,,,
Will run as ren-nlar MicVets .between StU
bmiville and Pittsburgh. deparib tfaH lollowa t
The Venture leaves Pittsburgh every Moil-,
day, Wednesdav, iu d Friday, at3 o'clock, p.'w.
' '' RETURN ISO. " ' .'..''
Leaves Steubcnville every 'f ucsday, Tbors-.
day and Saturday at G p. ni.
The Fairy CJneim Uitvea- riUsbnrgh evfvy
Tuesday, Thursd.iv nnd Saturday, al 6 p. ta- ,
iici una ixiu.
Leaves Stcubenville ;nvcry Mondayii We4-
ecsday and Friday atC p. tn. t .,
Thisarrangeineiit cvabics ciiirens of Steuben
ville to lenvn home in the cvenuig; have alltorf
net day ut I'ittf-buryli, amlTvtuniing the same,
evening; thus consuming b.it 0110 day on their
VlSIt, . IV. -I (! ,1 i?' I!" r".-IH.'01 : I
fehippcrs can rely upon, their, bajfgnge .bsing,
linndled with care. Ahd ' all orders for Mer
chandise will be promptly attended io. For
tuilher inlnrmati'in apply on board or to ,
j.u,uMii, wnari nnar,, oieuo.
JOHN J. HUSTOW, Agent S:fc I. It R, :-.
Dec. 5-if Hu. 1 15, Water street, Pats . Pa . ,
Kotica to Shippers.,, I.
TuAxiroatATiON Owes 5- AI.R. R. Ch,) ;-,
Bteuhcuviiip, April lb', 1605.
L FRFiIGHT TRAIN is nW hinnini'
J,B- to Newark, leaving this Station' daily;
(Sundays excepted) a' 5 o'clock a. in.,.. ;i. ,
Shipments to all stations except, 'TJnloiiport,
Cad'u, Fairyiew, Nwr Market,-Vhrichsvillsq
Purl Washington, New Gunmerjtown. Lavfav.
ette, Coshocton, Adams'' Mills, Dresden and'
Hewark nuist be prepaid.- i.,.'.,,.l .ji-.i
S'lii. pers will ple,v:i-cor.clude their shinmenrs.
and receive their consignments previous to 6'
o ciocx eacn ev,,"'og. ',: ' .. -im
ct 24-tf. General Freight 1 gehi;
Saddle; Harness ard Tnlikllantiac1
1 tory, Wholesale ! &nd : Betaili ?';, r'
JV0. 137, Market" street, opposite WaslH
ingtou UaU. The undersigned would ra-j
pectfully annnuiice to thair cusiomers,audiU
tilit-'lic generally, that they have now in store a
large and splendid assortment 'tof SaddelryJ
comprising the following articles :plaia .and,
fnnty Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, 'harness.
trunk collars, Whips, Losiies, Ac.i id; man-i
ufactured of thu try iiialurial, by llje most ex
perienced workmen; Also', M-tttresse? or-var
ous kinds, mado to oi dcr' oa tho ahortesi ao
tice. - , . , r y , , . '.. ,r- .
Dealers in tWaoove "articles are' Ttspoot fully
invited i to- cull and csvuineour atock befom!
purchasing, satisfied that we can accommodata,
on the most reasonable terms for'CASB.'' '" ""' '
. - WM.M LAUGHLliV A.803r;it
Steutenville, Jan. 1, 'SS.-ly. - , . ;
. tionarics, Market BtvoctJ between; b,
and 6t.li, in Dike's Buildinps, ,
' Stcrabcnvil'Obm; "i
Has jist received a fina .nssor,tmcnt of Fancy
Groceries, ConfcctlOuarieK, etc1.' ' '""'
The stock comnrisM In part the follnwlnpt
Fresh Fruits, Pickles, Sardines, Spiced era-,
ter.' " ' - " i .
TomattcS, Cspers, f epper Ssacs Lobsters
Catsup. ' , , , ,
Sparkling Cftlawba and still Wines'. "1
Crackers' aud (heose, 6e cigars and chaw In j
Tobacco, and Fim Works. . ,. .' ,
The publio are respeetfully rerjntd (ii feallj
and esamipe our stock, ' . N. COSSRTT,"i!
July llth 1955 tf.
. Sevastopol Not Taken Luu 't
TIEST, Mai'kot street, lias , in store tn,
- excellent assortment of C0NFECTI0S2-.
RIES, tc, purchased expressly for this market '
Haisins hy the potted or box; Crackers, ehoic
braad; OnrranU; Cadies; Dates. Prunes; Leva
ons; Figs; Citron; Gu,1 Drops; Know Nothings;
Jenny Liud Drops; Oikus of all kinds; Nuts of
.i. ....!... tp... f:. n t. m , ' .
all kinds; Fruits: Fir Crackers, Tor-redoes, 4e
Parries furnished wiA i'ound, fruit, L!rCi
and Ice Cresin. i i-W: I n
Great Indaceinenta ofiareu i Country tnercb
snts anil others. who,wib tv porchssei hf he
quautily, . ?r oarsaiaa iu Confectioneries, c ,
' - -j - "fEIST'S, . ''''
Jau'.l st '" ' k i 1 1 Market st!. Steubenville1.'' 1 14 ,
1 1 i i,i . im ,,1, ;t
Highest Cash Price -Girea for Grain
1E1KLE & STARK oilerthp highest
market price fr om, osts, Ac, a goft-J
supply of which thpy keep constantly on band
at their Grocery and Feci Store. Also-, a r-wl
supply of jroceritti, such ai are generally kept ,
iu such tutablisluoi nts. - w ..rj..i 1
South west corner ot Foarih and Adsiws's. -Steubeiiuille.Ohia,
..., ,.! pcy.J.f ;
v ' TH01IISC2? HAJJUA i 03,'
Paper Uanufsataren, Stenbearillt, OUv
Jsnuary 1, 1855.