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Ths Citizkns' Bask still continues to pjy interest on deposits. D. Moody. TO THEPUBUC The publisher of this paper, will introduce on the 15th inst., an assortment of the most splen did plain and ornamental Types, Bor ders and Cuts of the very latest style and design ever brought to this city, which will enable him to execute decorative printing that will compare favorably With any Jobbing Office in the Eastern oities. Give us a call. jfggrWe have received from M'Dowcll & Co., a very neat little volume eutitled Thk Sons of the Sires." Published by Lippincott, Grambo & Co., Philadel phia. It purports to be a history of the rise, progress, and destiny of the 'Ameri can Party ; and also contains a review of the letter of the Hon. Henry A. Wise, " against Know Nothings. This is a new work upon a new subject ; written in beau tiful style, and is well worth a perusal. For sale by McDowell & Co; price 75 ante. . . BSfNotice is hereby given, to those in terested, that a "Carson League" has been fully organized in Smithfield with a capital Stock of nearly twenty thousand dollars, for the purpose of suppressing tho illegal traffio in intoxicating liquors. "A word to the wise is sufficient." By order of the Board. J. H. COPE, Pres't. IgrThe river is now, in fine stage for steam boat navigation. ' Boats have been running for a day or two past, and there is fine prospect for a brisk trade. CONGRESSIONAL. Washington, March 3. House. The Senate bill, appropriating $161,000 for the removal of obstructions iu the Savannah river, passed. During tho discussion of the report from the Committee of Conference on disagree ing to the votes of both houses on the Ar my appropriation bill, Mr. Faulkner allu ded to the subject of claims for damages in California, during the Mexican war. Mr Benton understood him to say some thing detrimental to Col. Fremont. Ri sing indignantly, aud repelling with ex treme warmth, tho assertion, he asked "Did you say Fremont did it, sir?" Did you say Fremont did i( (Cries of or der ! ) Tho speaker rapped with his ham mer, and informed the gentleman that he is out of order. Mr. Benton I know I am, sir ; but I want to vindicate truth and justice, sir ! (Cries of order, with much confusion.) The Speaker continued rapping. . Mr. Fulkner, elevating his voice If tho gentleman is not more inclined to do this ' than I am, there was no occasion for this - excitement. I was not making the slight ' est allusion to Mr. Fremont, as to any inju ry or destruction of property by him. I was speaking of a private claim ; and allu ded to tho testimony of Commodore Stock ton. The report of the Committee of Con- fereL.ewas then rejected; .and on motion, the Senate was asked to. appoint auothcr Committee of Conference. The House pas sed the Senate bill, making appropriations for deepening tho channel of St. Clair Flats and St. Mary's RiverMichigan. The House refused to suspend the rules, to take up the bill making appropriations for the improvement of harbors in Massa husetts. The President has vetoed the Oceau Mail Steamer Bill, owing to the Collins amend' ment. There is great excitement iu the House. Senate. An amendment was agreed to, appropriating $25,000 to Hiram Powers, for statuary to be executed. At half past one o'clock the oivil and diplomatic bill pas ted, with numerous amendments. The naval and appropriation bill was then taken p. Mr. Mallory moved an amendment, for constructing seven sloops of war: nega - lived 27 to 17. Tho appropriation for the Memphis navy yard of tho United States, was rejected. Mr. Seward proposed as an emendmcnt, the Ocean mail steamer bill, just vetoed. It was altered, by stri king out the clause, repealing the formor, b give notice to Collins of the discontinu ance of extra allowance, and compelling him to build new 'steamer. The amendment vu agrood to unanimously. - - PITTSBURGH MARKETS. Office Pittsburwi Gazette, ) .Tuosday Morning, March 6, 1K55. j Flour sales from first hands of 100 bbls. superfine and extra at $8,95S9,03 ; 147 do. extra at $9,02 ; and 100 do. extra on private terms. Molasses a sale of 27,bbls. inferior Su gar Hou8oat 34, four mos. ' Bacon tho sales comprised U.OOOIbs in lotB, of Shoulders and Sides, at 0J and 7, one lot at cash and the test at 30 nud 60 days. Butter a fair demand; sales of 5 bbls. Trime Roll at 20. Reeds email sales of Flax at $1,60. , Fruit-a rale of 10 bbls. Dried Peaches ai $2,25 per. bushel cask Hay- saleB on arrival of 42 Us. at $27 "fy too aud SjC di. inked, from. More, tit IMPORTANT NEWS. . LATER FROM EUROPE. ALBI7AL OF THE ST. LOTTCS. New York, March 1. The St. Louis reached ber dock about 8 o'clock, to-day. She left Coweson tho 15th, and brings 30 passengers. . Tho Paris correspondent of the Daily News, says that Soule Cousiders the scheme for the purchase of Cuba, as completely knocked in the head. Parliament was to re-ussemb!c on the 16th. Lord John Russell was to leave Eng land, for a few days, for Vicuna, as Pleni potentiary to the Conference. Dispatches from Raglan, dated the 27th, reports the weather fine, with severe night frosts. The huts are erected with diffi culty. The first detachment of British troops, from India, arrived via Suez. Mr. Soule was among tho passengers. The Herman arrived on the 13th. There is nothing of importance from the Crimea. London. A French Company offered to raise a Legion in France, of from 10, 000 to 25,000 men, for the sen-ice of the English Government, half the number to bo in readiness within 15 days. It was stated, the English Government was dis posed to entertain tho proposition. India. From Bombay, Jan. 16th, it is said the insurrection had broken out at Cabool. 12,000 persons were besieging Bender Cebosi. A murderous conflict had taken place, but tho besieged contin ued to offer resistance. Vienna. Tho Czar was said to have is sued a manifesto, dated St. Pctersburgh, February 12th, iu which ho calls upon the entire male population, under arms, for an additional force of 300,000 men, to be despatched to the Crimea. It is rumored that Spain has joined the Alliance, with a view to have the influ ence of the French against any insurrec tion that may take place. It is also re ported that Portugal will join, with 12,000 men. Ilcports are doubttul. The- Western Powers are seeking a union of the secondary States, on the plan of a general European Leatrue. acainst Russia. Russia has sent a circular to her Diplo w A o o matic Agents, indicating that the entire Russian army will bo immediately made ready for the field. Austria. "Warlike preparations con tinue with unabated energy. All tho Gve powers have formally signified their iuten uuu iu iiuenu me onierenco uoutrrcss which meets at Vienna on the 26th. Lord John Russel represents Great Bri tain ; M.'Do Dourguellay, or perhaps a special M mister, France; Count Buol, Austria; Riza Bey, Turkey; Gortchi kott, assisted by M. Titoff, Russia. It is reported Prussia will be allowed a seat at the board; and that business will be lim ited to offering Gortchikoff a catagorical yes, or no. Count Wedoll, tho Prussian Envoy to France, remains nt Paris, his mission unaccomplished. His Secretary returned to Berlin for further instructions, j The opinion prevails that no terms can be come to, between Prussia and the Wes tern Powers. Prussia will be left to neu trality and its consequences. Engineers are surveying the ground for a camp of 100,000 men, near Metz. It is rumored that Prince Napoleon is about to be married to the Princess of Wurtcmburg. Switzerland. The affair of Phillips the American citizen, arrested for Mazzini, was settled by the payment of $2,000 and chief police at Bastile reprimanded. The amount of bullion, with Bank of England, decreased 31,000. ARRIVAL. OF THE CANADA. Halifax, March 1. Noon. Tho Cana da has arrived with dates to the 17th. Naples has joined the Western Allies. High easterly winds prevailed off the English coast, and Government steamers bavo been sent'to the relief of inward bound vessels. Severe winter weather prevails throughout Europe. There was much dis tress in 'Liverpool, from lack of employ ment. 15,000 persons were out of work 5,000 of those from the non-arrival of American shipping. Fredrick Peel was appointed under sec retary of war, aud Sir FranciB Baring Chancellor for tho Duchy of Lancaster. Scbastopol, Feb. 1. The Russian Grand Dukes made a reconnoissanco of the Allied front'. Tho Allies arc daily expecting an attack. The pierjuets are ordered to be on tho al- lert. . In the sortio of the 31st, 300 French were put lion de combat. Most of tho regiments wore in readiuess last night for immediate action. Tho cav alry were also undvr arms. The supplies of commissariats were sufficient in most re spects." Admiral Brnat telegraphed that, since the 31st, the Russians recommenced night sorties, but were vigorously repulsed. Varna, Feb. 3. It is stated fromKam sosch, that the Russians made sorties on the 1st and 2nd and were repulsed. The firing wm kept rip brikly on both irl. On the 8th' Meuschikoff briefly tele graphs the situation as unchanged. The Vienna Pren says the English are returning from the seige lines, and are sta tioned with tho French guard, to form a reserve at Balaklava. Tho situation of the French army is, on the wbolo, good ; that of the British not quite so bad as reported. . The long talked of change in the French army, assigning one corps to Pelisseur aud the other to Bosquet, and virtually render ing Canrobert a mere cypher, is announc ed. There is a minor that Raglan and the Earl of Lucan are shortly to return from the Crimea. The reasons were not stated. Woman. "Woman, God bless her," is a senti ment of long standing, we know not its au thor, but doubtless bo was a whole souled, pure minded man; and. his sentiment is alike creditable to his head aud heart- We honor bim for it, and not only him, but every man who repeats it as tho spon taneous outpourings of his feelings. Yes, "God bless her," for without ber earth would be a desert, Eden itself would have been a trackless waste. In her appropri ate sphere the is a treasure, a priceless gem a jewel from tho hands of God himself. In her sphere as a wife, mother, sister, we love, respect and 'honor her. In cither of these relations a true woman sheds a halo all around her. Yes, woman was the latest at the cross, the earliest at the sepulchcr ; she wept when Jesus died, she rejoiced when he burst the portals of the tomb She sympathises with us in our joys and sorrows : in health she divides with us our cares and pleasures ; iu sickness she is cv cr hovering around us ; she smooths the pillow, bathes the aching head, aud admin isters the cooling draught to the parched and burning lips. She is iudeed a guardi an angel in this her proper sphere ; as such we lovo to contemplate her, and again we say "Hod bless her. But there is anoth er view of this subject which to us is any thing but gratifying- When she aspires to fill situations for which she was not de signed, we turn from her with feelings akiu to disgust. When she takes the title of Roy. and assumes to act the pastor, when she so far unscxes herself as to harangue a public assembly, when she aspires to fill offices iu the State government, our respect for her take-i to itself wings, our love for her resolves itself into loathing, the peculiar characteristics which make for her all she is, are gone, the glory 'has departed, and she is no . longer woman. But it affords us unfeigned pleasure when we remember that such women are the exception, that as a class they are contented in the sphere in which their Creator has placed them, and that such exponents of "woman's rights" met with very little favor from them.' Again we &ay, "Woman," in her proper sphere, "God bless her." A Lover Still. "No longer a lover!" exclaimed au aged patriarch, "ah! you mistake me if you think age has blotted out my heart. Though silver hairs fall over a brow all wrinkled, and a cheek all furrowed, yet I am a lover still. I love the beauty of the maiden's blush, the soft tint of flowers, tho singing of the birds, and above all the silvery riug in the laugh of a child. I lovo tho star like meadows, where the butter cups grow, with almost the same enthusiasm when with my ringlets flung looso in the wind and my cap in hand, years ago, I chased the painted butterfly. I love yon aged dame. Look at her. Her face is care-worn but that ever held a smile for me. Often have I shared tho bitter cup of sorrow with her and so shared, it seehied almost sweet, Years of sickness have stolen the freshness of her life, but like the faded rose, the per. fume of her love is richer than when in the full bloom of youth and maturity. Together we have placed buds in the pale folded hands of the dead, together wept over little graves. Through storm and through sunshine we have clung together; and now she sits with her knitting, her cup quaintly filled, the old stvled 'kerchief crossed while and prim above tho heart that has beat so long and truly for me, the dim bluo eye that shiinkingly fronts the glad day tho sunlight, throwing her a parting farewell, kisses ber brow, and leaves upon its faint tracery of wrinkles, angelic rad ance. I sco though no one elso can, the bright, glad young face that won mo first shino through those withered features, and the growing love of forty years thrills my heart till the tears como. Say not again I can no longer bo a lover, Though this form bo bowed, God has im planted eternal love within. Let the ear bo deaf, tho eye blind, tho hands palsied. tho limbs withered, the brain tcloudcd, yet the heart, tho true heart may hold such wealth of love, that all tho power of death and the victorious gtave shall not bo abl to put out its quenchless flame. Boston Olive Branch. Touching Incident. A few days since a sweet child, a girl of six summers , residing in Brooklyn, was ta ken to her rest under circumstances po cu liarly affecting. She had lost a littlo broth er but a littlo while before, andnevcr ceas ed talking of bifli, or wearied of hearing her parents tell of the happy homo to which lie bad gone. Abouts two weeks ago, sho asked her father to tell her again where br brother wss ,;Ia beaten, inv child said her father. "Well, I am going to heaven too," she replied meekly, "for I have taken for my text, 'Suffer little chil. dren to come unto me." Her father soon after left bis home to transact some busi ness in Boston, and in his absence she was taken sick. Tho physicians wore called and pronounced her discaso "congestion of tho lungs." She suffered but three or four dap, during which, she was patient and meek, as became one of Christ's little ones. Just at the last, as the drowsiness of death came upon her she closed her eyes, and folding hor little handsiogethor, said iu a voice perfectly audible. "Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray tlie Lord my soul to keep; If I should die before 1 wako" The last word was pronounced iu that dreamy tone which the tongue uses when sleep steals over its muscles, and the sweet child was asleep in Jesus, a bud of prom isetaken from the earth, when chilled with wintry airs, tobloomin amore genial clime. What parent would not rejoice, to have a child, living or dying, "take for its text" those blessed words of Jesus? Congrcga tionalist. NEW Y0R3 CATTLE MARKETS. At O'Brien's there have been sold: 272 Beef Cattle at from 7 to 10 Jc.. 82 Fresh Cows, at from $25 to $50. 36 Calves at from 5c to 7 cents. Suppply aud prices much the samo as last week. Mr. Henry Heerd had 22 Ohio cattle, of but common qualit y, selling at about 9 cents. Mr. Ayrault had 92 head of cattle) of which 48 were from Ohio, and the rest from this state. The best were selling at II cents, the lot averaging about lOc. Mr. Rhoda had two full blooded Durhams from Columbia county in this state, weigh ing 65 cwt. tho pair. They were fed by Mr. Peter G. Conk- in, $60 0 were demanded for the pair. Mr. Bristol had 10 steers owned by Mr. Jordon, of Massachusetts. They weigh aoout 7 cwt., and will sell tor IIH cents per pound. He reports the markctasbet tcr to-day. Simon Ulcry had 67 cattle from Ohio in fairish condition averaging 7 cwt, or ittlo more, selling at from 10 to 11 Jc, thinks the market a shade better than last week Mr. Belluu sold 82 cattle at from $8 to 10 per cwt, small aud not in first rate con ditiou, from Ohio. Mr. Merntt had d4 Ohio cattle, pretty good not over large certainly selling at prices averajriiiL' 11 cents. His market has not been very lively, but prices aro fully higher thau last week Mr. Iloag had 90 Ohio cattle, iu but poor condition, which wero expected to fetch from 8 to 10 cents. They were fed in Union county, of that State, by Wm Ritchie. Tho average weight of the lot would be 11 cwt., many were as low as 71 cwt, a few of tho heaviest would be as hih as 17 cwt. STEUBENVILLE MARKET. True American Office, March 8, 1855. Flour By wagon load. 9,25 per CWt 4,aUffl4,5U Corn Men! 75(0)80 Grain Wheal, led 1,70 white, 1,65 Corn 55(u0 Outs :1335 White Beans $ bush. 1,251,50 1 otatoes rjeshaunocks. . . p bush 1,25 Itcds., bU: 1.00 2025 Butter Fresh... Lnrd Eggs Dried Peaches.., bHI ") duz. 1520 2,00 Dried Apples.... 1,25 oeeus Clover. . ...G,757,00 Timothy 3,003,25 Flaxseed ' 95 f cwt. 3,754,24 Pork. THE TRUE AMERICAN- The TneK Ahebica.v is published every Thursday, in Steubenville, Jefferson county, Ohio, by P. B. Conn, and edited by Z. 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These volumes are equal iu auaniitv to 20 ordinary duodecimos. Either volume may still be hud, neatly bound in cloth, price $2. For tho present, the publishers will supply new subscribers with the four volumes, 1b cloth, sost paid, including subscriptions for volumes five and six, on receipt of $0. Cloth covers for binding either volume supplied at 2) CBIltS Hch 10 Purk Place, New York, Jan. 1, 1855. I. 0. O. F. IY1MROD ENCAMPMENT No. 3, O. O. F. meets every second and fou Fridays, nt 6! o'clock, p. ni., in Jeffers 3, I. rth Jefferson Lodge rooms, ou Third Street, over Garrett's Store, D. B. Burchard, 0. P., Geo. B. Means, S. W.. John Waggoner, Scribe. Jefferson Lodge No. 6, I. O. O. F., meets every Tuesday a 6 12 o"clnck, p. m., in their l.-ll fllL 1 ..... . n.,.,.l'j .tn.. fia, nail OU iinru hiiuui,wvc, uiinci nwiu. vv. B. Means N.G., J. L. liollun, V. G., Jas. O' Neal, jr., Secretary. Good Will Lodge No. 143, 1. O. O. F., meets every Thursday at 61-2 o'clock, p. m , in their Hall ou Fourth street, over Beatty 4 Steelman's Store. A. O. Wurthiugtoii, N. G., D. Filson, V. G., T. H. Robertsuu Secretary. Feb. 3. 1855. Attachment Notice. ON the 17th day of January, A. D-, 1855, at the instance of the undersigned Plaintiff, an order of attachment was issued by Joseph C. M'Cleary, a Justice of the Peace, within and for the County of Jefferson, Ohio, against the goods, chattels, rights, credils, mon eys and effects of Joseph Bucy, the Defendant. Amount claimed to be due, $55,00. All per sons interested will please take due notice aud doveru themselves accordingly. Feb. I. 1855 KIN I AN BEALL. Boots! Boots!! Boots!!! JAMES ALEXANDER HAS on hand, and is manufacturing, Gents' Freneh Culf Stitched and Pegged Kip and coarse Boots and Shoes. Also, Ladies Misses and Childrens Gaiters, Kid, Morocco mid Calf Boots. Buskins and Slippers : and keeps in etore a large stork of Eastern work of the latest style, all of which he will sell low for Cash, at his fashionable Boot and Shoe store Market Street, Steubenville, unio. Feb. 1, lB55-3mon. New Meat Shop. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED has opened a New Meat Shop, in Washington Hall Build' iiiL's. nearly opposite the upper end of the Mar ket House! where he will keep constantly iu store a general assortment of Meats, Beef, Lamb, Veal, Pork, Sausage, Lard, etc. Prices moder ate. Thankful for 20 years patronage, ho hopes to prove worthy of its continuance. Farmers havinsr any description of Fatted Stock will be paid the highest market pi ice, by calllni; at my store opposite the upper end of tho Market House. Jan. 525, 1855. WM. HUSCROFF, Guardians' sale of Real Estate. BY virtue of an order of the Probate Court within and for Jefferson County O, I will expose at public sale on Saturday the 31st day of March A. D. 1S55, at the frout door of the Court house iu Steubenville the following describtd 1 t of lai'.d and premises situate iu said county described as follows: being a lot of ground adjoining thotown of La Grange in said county, buin' 011 the north side of Ross Street, begi lining for the the same in a 1 ne with the east side of High Street on the north side of Ross Street, thence wit the North line of Ross Street S. 70 E. 140 feet thence N. 20 E. 60 feet thence N. 70 W. 140 thence S. 20 W. 60 feet to the be ginning with the appurtenances, subject to the payment of eight dollars aud thirty three cents auniiully to Mary Hildebrund. There is a 3om fortable frame house in the ab)ve described lot. Terms. One third in hand, balance In two equal aunual instalments with interest from day of sale. Possession given immediately appraised at SOLOMON H1LDEBRAND. Guardian for the heirs of James Long, dee'd. March 1 1855. - Executor's Notice. TVOTICE is hereby given that tho nn dersiuned has been duly qualified as Ex ecutor of the last will and testament of Samuol J. Miller, late of Jefferson County Ohio deceas ed. Persons having claims against said estate, are requested to present them duly authentica ted for settlement, and those indebted are re quested to make payment without delay. JAMES WATSON ExectV March 1 1855-3t Attachment Notice. . A T my instance an attachment was issu n! by John Whiie"a Justice of the Peace of Siuithrield Township, Jefferson County, O., against the property and effects of Wm. L Oar teran absconding debtor. (Debt 31.00 doll's.) K.U.WALKER. Feb. 121853-8-t. EZRA BRTJGH, M. D. EFICE in tho Drug Store of Bruch, 4 J McCutcheon, Market st. Steubenville, C Resi dence on 4th, between Logan and Clinton fctrwtt. - - MarehlMS., The great year orOodeys La- dy's Book. Fiftieth Volume, 1855. Published twenty five years by the same Proprietor. Great attractions for next year. 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' notice that Jxc Hum, Administrator of the estate of Jorhua Beodcnjate of Jefferson county Ohio, deceased, on the 21sl' day of February, 155, filed iu ilia Probate" Court for Jeffrrou Cunuty, Ohio, his, petilonjigaiiist tlieia and others, which. U now pending, the object and , prayer of which in to obtain an order from )iid Court, fortheansij,'.nnitnt of the dower ef Eli, abelh Henduii, thu widow of paid Joshua Hen don, deceased, in and for the" hale of the follow ing real estate, situate in aid county of J fl.r son, of which said decrdeiit died seized, auu described as follows, to wit : lL soulh-wext quarter of section thirty-four, in township even and mnite three ; and that 011 the 23d ,' dayif March, le'55, sppliealiou will be u.ud to said Court for such order by oaid adminis trator. . ISAAC HARRIS. . ; ; dm'r of JiisIiua Heiidou, dee'd." By HOODEY 4 ELLIOTT. His Attorney s. FL-b. 22, 1855, 4t. BARGAIN Si . BARGAINS ! ! . I J G. GARRETT, Dealer in Fortigu " ' and Domestic DRY GOODS. Ko. 100, id Street, Sm-BE.wii.LE, will close out his cmire , stock of Fall and Wintih Goods, at pric s to suit the Unies. ; , list or prices : Black Silk, best quality, which sold fur $1 SO. 1 I will kell at '.,.$1 OO : Do. do .do $1 25 few Do. du do 1 00 73 Do. do do 75 " 5a Bl'k Satin, do do 1 50 1 DO ALSO French Merinos, Cubing and Parii uiettr. Cloths, in great variety) Delaines, all coi rs, a fine assortment, SelliiiL' from 6j- to cents per yard; Sucking ITanrieh best auu- ment iu the eity, at reduced prices ; white and red Flannel, a large stock, at prices from 2 lu ' 50 cenu rx-r yard. ' VARIETY GOODS. Hosiery, Gloves, Col lars, Uudersleeves, Spencers, Mull and Swu Edging and Inserting, Bonnet, Cap and Velvet Ribbous, iu great variety. In a word, alt the goods I have on hand will be sold at the above reduced prices, without fall. Persons wishing bargains in Dry GuoJi, will find It to their advantage to call soon. H. G. GARRETT, No. 100 Union Building, 3d at., S-eubi'nvi',1. January 1, 1853. Dry Goods at Eeduced Prices. A LEXANDER CONN iuvites the at- tenion of LU nuroeious customers aud the public generally, to the fact, that be is now dis posing of the balance of liis large und attrac tive stock of Winter Dry Goods at great reduc tions from former rices. The ussortuient com prises in part, French Meriuocs different shades and quelilies, Cobuigs, Pariunetlas, Thibet ll rinoes, Persian Twills, Wool Delaines, figured aud plain Cashmeres, Bombazines, black Dresx Silks, plain, barred and figured fancy, plaid and figured do., Ginghams, Prints, etc., etc. Also, a lull and complete assortment of Embroideries, White Goods, Rihbous, Gloves and Hosiery, Trimmings, Notions, etc., SHAWLS, in great variety and at very low prices, consisting of tine Bmche, Thiliet.Canhuwreaud the Ray Stu'o Lung Jhawls. Also, our usual excellent stock of Housekeeping Goods, comprising nearly eve ry imng in inc ury uooas line, ueedea in rsot ilies. Call and examine before purchat-lng ?!. where. South west corner Fourth and Market a:. Sleubenville, Jan. I. 1H35. WANTED, ' A NUMBER of enterprising AGENTS, to sea eitncr by suuscription or at Coltcn's U. S, GZATKi;R."a hichlv vidua!' and popular work ; which hax given geuuml satisfaction whenvnr circulated, and is an iu dispensable appendiige to every man's Libraiy. men ot experience in this business, may hud a profitable employment, as a liberal commis sion will be allowed. For further narticulars address W. F. WcMASTERS. Loca At. Jan. 18, 1855. Steubenville Ohio. S. C0URSEY. "I? ARBER and fashionable hair dreseer. Razors set, and all kinds of Surgical in struments pnt iu good order. Corner of 3d and Washington street-. Steubcnvillo, Olio. Jan.rja. Dress- Trimmings. G& J. SCOTT have received an extra IUr.J ta..J i,An,it.i..i . V ,.t IV ; ("b" "u Vl WtUWLlilli BlUA U A I IIH UlIIllZBi 0. 4 J. SCOTT. Jan. I, ISij. Washington Hall Building.' William L. Sherrow, Barber, TVOULD inform his friends cr.d tho " public, that! lie ia ready ut all times, fSab bath excepted,) to wait ou his customers in his line. Room under the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market St., Steubenville, O. Jan. 1 , '55. SAMUEL SMITH, Barber and Ealr Trimmer, lIAvlNO recently taken rooms at t lit " U. S. House, Steubenville, will alwars be on hand to wait on customers, in the n:ost po lite manner, and desires a liberal share of pat ronage. Jan. 1, le'55. Bibbonr! Bibbonsl! fPHE largest and most magnificent htm-k of Bonnet Ribbons ever brought to" Steu. benville, just opened for the inspect ion of the Ladles. G. 4 J. SCOTT, Jan. 1, l55, Fancy and 1 rimming Store. Per Adams' & Co'g Express. rj. & J. SCOTT have just received by Adams' A Co's Express, a new assort ment of those desirable Plaids, which they will 1 at exceedingly low prices. Call at bcott's ncy aud Trimming Stcre, Washington Hull F ildings. January 1, lc55. WASHINGTON HAIL, MARKET STREET, Steubenville, O. lJ1 WM. JONES, (formerly of Wi-llsville.) Proprietor. Jan. 1,1855. E. II. STANTON. O. W. H coot. STANTON & M'COOX. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville, Ohio. Office on Third street, betvee n Market ami Washington. Jan, 1, '55. SB. B. BOTEACKEB, OFFICE South Fourth St., tear Conn's Dry Good Store, Steubenville, O. Jan. 1. "Plaidir Plaids 1! ' A LARGE stook of beautiful Mcrinoci Plaids, just opened at Jan. 1,1855. O. A J. SCOTT'S. E. T. TAPPAIT ATTORNEY AT LAW Steubenville, Ohia Office ou Fourth Street, south of Market, opposite Norton Hot l. J.in. 1. Itf53. MOODEY & ELLIOTT, , A TTOllNEYS AT LAW, Stcibonvillo Ohio. Office corner of Maiket and Fonrth streets, second story. ; - Jan. 1. IH55. - Bank Exchange. .' f)YSTER AND CONFECTIONERY " SALOON, Wm. pATrtasojt, Proprietor, op posite Citizens' Bank, Third street, Steubenville, Ohio. Oysters wholesale and retail. Abo, Toys and Noi ions. Jan. 1.1H55. JAMBS O'NEAL. UKOIUJK OMIAl. J. & Q. O'NEAL, : ' ' (Snooeuort to Alexander Dcyb,) jfojjfrfo fOR WARDING Hi COM. MISSION MERCHANTS A Steni.il.nat Agent. Warehouse corner of Market and Water streets, Wharf bont at Market street Landing ; .- . January 1, 1855. J. C. CABLE, M. D. AFFICE ut hisrcsiJonee, on Fourth, be ween Market and Washington streets. . . .- Jon.l.'W. Steabcn villa. , , . . : . .SAMUEL ST0KELY; . . ATTORNEY AT LAW.Skubenville. "Ohio., Oflfct under Kilgdre Hull, Mrk-t strtft.-1 , . ' ' ' ' ',Jsi.jl,i9S. '