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tTlit.CrtKSNS Bank Btill continues to pit jntctost on deposits. '. 1. Moody. C7We invite atient ion lo the card of C; T.'HottowAT la Vo.,".in our paper of . .week. . . They are gentlemanly and honorabfe dealers, and are doing an ex-v tensive Business in me y uulksals uro Kr Hue. "' 1 '' A Handsome Pjiesent. We are in debted to our old friend John W. Gill, of " Wheeling; Va,', for a beautiful present of 'three very, elegant silk handkerchief of 'his own manufacture. We lmvo seldom, ; if ever, seen anything of the kind to eur "paii them, either in beauty or apparent -durability.' Every true American should patronize American manufacturers. They " ire capable of supplying us with all the necessaries as well as the luxuries of life, .fineness to your enterprise. ' fc7Feeling an interest in the welfare of all 'the patrons of the Trus American, there is a subject which we have for some time had under consideration, and have t length determined to bring before them. The cold pitiless storms of winter are ap proaching,' and it' is a matter of vast im portance that we should all be provided with suitable protection against the chil- lirife blasts.' ; What then is to bo done I AVe answer most emphatically, go to Mr. 'Fred Gutermatin's Clothing Store, and ; select the very articles which will accom plish the object. . Mr. G. keeps constant Iv nn lianilnnd is in the weekly reccitrt . ,j . - . j - ''of .the best quality and. variety of Cloth ing , for ge.nilemei) unci boys, which he ells remarkably cheap. We have ' tried his goods and speak from experience Notice;. The following notice of Dr. Key seVa; Teetotal Syrup, is from the Evening Chronicle, published in Pitts ' burgh, Pa. , If you have a cough, go to i Hening & Melvin and buy a bottle '') Keyskr's Pectoral, a friend observes, is the next thing to health itself. We may here observe, as we , mention no names, that this friend was out on elec tion night, and anxious to hear the news from Maine tarried long on the corners. jTlio hews came, but not until he had ab orbed sufficient damn to frive him the s w chills. . Another friend invited him to take a .a glass of Scotch ale, which was put up in very black bottles. . Our friend's thirst vas huge, and Was only quenched after a number of empty bottles stood before ' hint ; ft' cold in the head was the conse quence, which consequence was cured in ix' hours by using Keyser's Pectoral 0Arthr's Home Magazine for December is on our table. We know of no periodical which we can more freely recommend to the public, than. Arthur's. Its contents are such as no person, how vtr scrupulous can object to. The ed , itor regards the moral purpose of an arti cle.as its highest merit; and combines .moral .-worth, with the ''light, the grace 'Tut,' aud' the elegant in literature." ; ..The Home Magazine cannot fail to be iivcicome, visitor to every fi usity f that will try it once. A new volume begins .yjth.'!lhe. January No. This is a very .favorable time to subscribe. ' 'erf)$ingl copy, one year $2,00; two copies, $3,00 ; four copies, $5,00 ... " Address T. S. Arthur ii Co., 103 Wal- (.nut Street Philadelphia. " w-T every reader win pu ase nonce the advertisement .trended. "To persons out ,of employment,'! uud send for a full des 'criplive Catalogue of all our illustrated works. . ' . ; To the uninitiated in the great art ol selling books, we would siiy that we pre aent.a scheme for mouev making which is far beticr than all the gold mines of California and Australia.' 'Any person wishing to embark in the nlerpfi!e,tyill risk liille by seniliii to the Publisher', $25, for which he will re ceive sample copies of the vaiious works, (at whelesald prices) carefully boxed, in 'tired a,nd directed, affording a very liber al percentage to the agent for- his trouble. Wiih these he will anon be . able to ascer tain the most saleable, and order accor dlngly;" . Address, (post , paid,) Robkrt Sears, Publisher, -181 William St., New Yeik:.li:'AH -! .1 i . ..,., - C We have received the December JNo., 9j Godeyfs Lady's Book, , The last .uumberof the 5 1st volume. Godey prom ises make tLe tally's Doiik for the coming year more than usually interest ing j, and as ie lias fulfilled his promises luring the past,! we have mi doubt thai ley will bs $s. good as his word.' The Lady's' Book undoubtedly stands at the he.atfdflh&Iis'fuf fashionable magazines, -rid the' literary 'contents speak their: ow.n aiSeulfi'cje'ptly ioi'id.,,', " "",'. it Send your names early fir the Jaiiua-I "Terms Cash in Advavck. One copy one year, ;Two popies one y ear, $5. Three copies ojte year, $(J. Five copies one ., year and' an extra copy to the person -"t"11"' WWg .nine copies, 15.Ii,!eff,V PWW' on year and an .5? r"' 'pi making twelve cop person sciuling.iheclub, pics, $20.;,. , , '. .'. rms. cannot be deviated liow many are orders!. yf he, above terms, cannot be deviated Atom, no matter how many are ordered. rt'OAdeVs Lady's" Book Mind HamerN IfjgneTbdth one year for 84.. 60.;- v.4,., , .'VOodey V;;tady" Book and Arthur's Home Magazine, both one year for f 3,50. '' Subseilbers Sn -ihe British ' Trovinces, 'Mb" seno1 'for1 cfubsi' must remit 30 cents ej5ra,.or4 -.. eyfty , subscriber,: to pay the American postage to the lines.' Address, , iV.JA.'"Gdbst;'iN63 Cbesuut Street, P.Hih vn i k ' " , ABOUT THE WAR H0VEMENT. ' Btitish Blusters. It seems to be generally, undeistood here, that the send ing over the four hundred gun 'fleet, and the English newspaper bluster with which it is accompanied, are the result of the rage of the English government at finding its cause in the current of the Russian war so entirely without American sympa thy, in this, her hour of greatest commer cial danger from the effect of the war. They are both the sending over of the fleet, and the bluster of the Times et. al. acts of desperation as it were ; the res ult of the madness superinduced by the 'straights' and the disappointments in the Crimea in which England now finds her self iuvolved. No bedlamite ever raed more incoherently and wildly than the Times, in its explanation of the reasons why the fleet has been oidered hitherward, That explanation requires no detailed no tice; as what it slates of occurrences la king place here at this time (on which the necessity for sending over the fleet is alleged) is so glaringly and notoriously false from beginning to end, as to be ap propriately met only with a shout of der isive laughter from Maine to Louisiana. . However we may" no longer refrain from saying that we believe lhat our re lations with England have been in a very unsettled and disagreeable condition ever since Mr. Cramptoti's complicity with the violation of our neaulrality laws was ascertained beyond question by this gov ernment. We have not chosen to allude to this fact before, as we feel it to be our duty (learning many things incidentally, as we do, which the public interest requires lo be kepi out of the newspapers for a lime,) not to assume the right to make public mailers, which those responsible for the safe conduct of American public affairs are believed to be anxious for the public interest, lo withhold from the knowledge the temporari'y, But the facl having got in the newspapers, wo do not now hesitate to say lhat it is under stood among the foreign Ministers here, and their friends, that the annual message will lucessarijy show lhat England has been pursuing towards the United Slates for months past, a course of insolence and bluster, and of assumption of the right to manage our affairs ul home and abroad, which w ill rouse against her, in Decem ber next, the deep auiinositv of every American with really an American heart in his breast. It is very clear to Us that her government has allowed itself to be cheated into a belief of the truth of the comments of such jouanals as the New York Herald, on the position of the Amer ican governmental home, on which ii bases its bluster, which in point of insan iiy, is, if -we are no! greatly mistaken, not a whit benihd thai of the London Times in iis comments upon the sailing of the fleet to which we refer above. We presume that the earlier exploits of Walker in Nicaragua, and the reiteration of our deniand that, the Clayton Bulwcr treaty shall be honestly carried out, forms the basis of much that is believed to be offensive in England's lone, and that its bearing with relation to Mr. Crampton's affair, embraces the balance. Nevertheless,' we do not' entertain the slightest apprehension that the current initundiTstauding between the two gov ernments will be of long duration. Blus ter is iheonly argument lefi for England in Iter present position wiih reference to the Uniied States. It' has been tried as a lust resoit to gel her out of the most uneuviabre 'situation' in which her efforts to elude her obligations under the Clayton Bnlwer treaty, and carry on her present Russian war to the best 'advantage, has reduced her. She has evidently sent her fleet over here in the belief thai she was to deal with just such a government as the New York Herald tells her the Uni ted Slates has, and that .the national mor al of our people in ihe matter of sustain ing their government in an international difficulty, is fairly represented by such' individuals as Mr, James Gordon Bennett and ilie precious set by whom he is sur rounded. Washington Slut. Our correspondent inspector telegraphs ss follows : , .. ,. ..." - .,, Washington Wednesday Evening. ; Important dispatches from London have been received. Mr. Buchanan transmits ihe final answer of the British Govern ment on the Central American' negotia tion. . Our ultimatum is rejected end cor respondence . is closed. Both Govern ments are released from ihe Clayton and Bulwer Treaty. ' Great Britain reta'ining her colonies, and protectorate, und we withdrawing from our .ami-annexation clause Assurance, however, of peace lul views aie exchanged.. . Mr. 'Buchanan' is sull aeiing, but ex pects lo leave for the United Slates about the lOih of, th is month.. Reinforcements have been sent to Gen eral Smith in Texas, wiih instructions to prevent incursions into Mexico- N. V. Courier, ', ,: -, ', Thk Georou Law Muskets. We learu from' good authority that ihe Rus sian government has purchased the above hfire arms 100.000 old U. S. muskets. we believe and, that the same are in process of alteration into; semi-Minie ri fles of. Coil's 'establishment, Hartford, Conn. Ii is a singular fact lhat the chief Belligeiant parties in the prerent Euro- lean war, have come to tho city of Hart brd, Conn., to obtain their, heparins. Messrs.liobins St Lawrence aie lurniiig out over, one thousand rifles per monih for ihe Sharp's Rifle Co. of that place, on an Engligh contract, besides a quanii ty of other arms. k' Extensive additions have been made to., their works by the ereciiou of new buildings, audi if the war continues, further extension will be made. c American u i ;M 1. 1 ... . STETJBENVILLE UAEKET. Tsqk American Office, Sieubcnville, Nov. J4 Flonr By wagon load Uurn jifur....... Grain Whest.... ..751.00 1, C0 J. 75 ...354') ...22(0,25 40 ., Corn ...... ' Oats...... IU-ari Potatoes r liuUer FresU... . Lr.l tiK Dried Pvaclies... Dried Apple.... Pork............. , .f) hiikh bush. '.pdoi.'" 25 ....13 10 ...1.0(1 li) 14 . lb Um , ... & " Sugar cuml.., ., a lb TO PEE80KS OUT OF EMPLOYMENT. The Best Books for Agents. 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FOaWAEDCtS & C0MMIS3I0N MERCHANTS, noo.21. S 1 EU aENVlLLEx .0 James S. Abrahams, 1 Before John' Bray, J. planititt.agiuitst Ueni V nf Stfubonvilli). Tnwn Johnston, defendant.) ship,. Jefferson Co. Ohio 4 IN the 13th day of iNovember, 1855 v fniil Juticn issued an order of attachment in tliu abovu action forihw sum of $30,37. Jmk S. Abuauams Steubeimlle, nov. 2l-3t. - " New, Cheap and Best Ready Made Cloth. mg to be Had at E. Frohman s & Co. 'intU UINUliKSlGMrSU have for the Winter and Spring sales a very general and universally admired slock of Ready Made Clothing which can bo recommended, being manufuetured at their own house in Cincinnati. made expressly for their own trade, they are firepareu to jjivo bargains to customers and mid out better inducements than nuv oilier Clothing establishment in the county. They now. boast of an entirely complete, und almost exclusively new stock, comprising all the la test sty Irs and descriptions of Pants and plain cloth dreis, Frock coats, Box, S:ick, rnd Busi ness coats. . They have a splendid variety for men and boys. 1 .,.'..' Magnificent VeRts, plain. 'and prepared" Silks, Satinet, cloth, And', velvet; ull colors and shades. ' One Thousand more articles of cloth ing for gontlenien's and boys's Vear, embrac ing nil kinds of fashioimble and Serviceable goods, at the cheap cash Store of ' '" :' " E. FROUMAY fc Co., ' Washington Ilall Building, Stoubeiivllle. . jiov. 14, '55. ' , SHERIFFS SALE. " The Mt, Pleasant Branch) Y' virtue of a of Ihe State Bank of Ohiof li n-Ht of vj. Umuel Jones et. ol. ) exp0,ia, in this cose issued out of the Court of Common Pleas iu and for the county of Stark and Slate of Ohio, to me di n oted, I will offer und expose lb sale by public vendue and outcry at the house of James liaguo iu the Town of Mount Pleasant, in Jefferson county Ohio, on - ... MONDAY, the i6tli day of Nov.; 1855, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clook p. m. of said day, all the interest of Lem uel Jones in t io the following properly, to wit; Four smoke houses on lot No. bl) in said Town of Mount 'Pleasant; six shares of stock in a school house and lot tit said town ; one half of. a school house in said towr, ; or share of slock in tho Town hall in said Town ; one share of the liny scales in 'said Town ; Thir teen shares of the Free Labor Store In skid Town of Ms Pleasant ; four shares of slock iq the Wcllsville and Bridgeport extension uf ihe Cleveland and Pittsburgh Rti) Road Co ; about eight acres of eorn and lb fee acres of potatoes and torn on n fann.adjoiniHg the Towu of Mt, Pleasant. . . i .. ' -. i Terms of sale, cask. JAMES II. BLlNN, Sheriff tefferso n mnnlv oiierin omce, oieuo.. nov. Umted States House. . 11 W. EAUL, l'roprietor, coiner Mar- ket and High streets, near the Rivsr,8ten. benvUU, Ohio . -. . .. . i Jan. 1 5 Cosmopolitaa Art Asscciation ! .' SECOND YEAR. ARRANGEMENTS for the Second Annual Collection of this new and popu lar Institution for the diffusion ot Litrlure and art, bav ben made on the niost ezteusiv scul. t Anions: tlis vorkM already encaeed, is the far fauieU "Okkoa Cauciruc,1' which oriifioallr cost 10,COO. . lu foruimif the new collection, the disunion of works of American Art, and the ncourage nient of American geniuB, have not been over onkvil. Comniisions have been msuad to many of Ihu most distlnguihd AinericHn Ar tisU, who will contribute some of their rinwst production. Among them are three Marble Busts executed by the greatest living Sculptor, Hiram Powers; ... Oeorue ashington, the Father of bis Coun try. Benjamin Franklin , Ihe Philosopher. . Dumel Webster, the Statctmnn. A Kiwclal nifenlhus visited Europe and made cnreful and iiidicioas selections of foreign works of Art, both in Bronze and Marble; Statuary and choice paintings. .. 1 lie whole tormina a larm and valuable col' ection of Paiutinus and Stutuarv. to be din tribnted roes among the members of the asso cia ion for the second year. TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP. The pnpment of three dollars constitute any one a member of thin association, and entitles him to either one of the following Magazines or one year, and also a ticket iu the distribu tion ot the Statuary and f aiming. ihe Literature issued to Mibscnbera consists of the following Monthly Maatinea : Har per a, futnoins. KuicKeruocker. lilackwoxl s. Graham', Godey'e Lady's Book, and llouse- luua w oroa. Persons taking five memberships are entitled to any live of the Magazine!) for one year, and to six tickuta in the distribution. The Met proceeds derived from tho sale of membership, are devoted to the purchase of works or art for the ensuing year. 1 lie advantages secured oy Decon.ing a mem ber of this association, arer 1st. All persons receive the full value of their subscriptions at Hie start, in the shape of stcrl ing Magazine Literature. " , iid. Lacli member is contributing towards purchasing choice works ol art . which are to be distributed among themselves, and are at the same tune encourugiug the artists of the country, disbursing thousands or dollars thru its asoncv. Persons in remit tins funds for membership, will please give their post-office address iu full slating the month they wish the Magiusino to commence, and have the letter registered at the Post office to prevent loss ; on the receipt of which a certificate of membership, together with the Magaztnu desired, will be forwarded to uny part of the country. I hoso who purchase Magazines at Bookstores will observe that by joining this association, they receive the Magazine and free ticket in the annual distribution, all at the samo price they now pay for the fnagiizine alone. ' beautifully illustrated catalogues inviti!? full descriptions, sent free on npplicaliou. For membership, address O. L. DERHY, Actuary C. A. A. At either of tho principal offices "Knickerbocker Mahazine'' office, 348 Broad way, New York, or Western Uffico,' 1GG A'uter street, Sandusky, O. Subscriptions received b A. J. M'Dowell. Hon. Uce for Sfeubeuville, Ohio. nov. 14-3m. Sheriff's Sale. Moses foe, et. al. vg. 1 1W virtue of an ex Steubeiivillo & Rich- D eclion in ,llis Cllse mond Plank.Rond Co) is8ued out of the Court of Common Pleas within and for Ihe county of JefFersim and State of Ohio and to me directed, will offer and expose to sale by public vendue and outcry at the house of Thomas Maxwell, in Cross Creek Township, in the county of Jefferson, on Saturday the 24th duy of Novem ber, between the liours of IU o clock a. h. and 4 o'clock p. ii. of suid day the followinz prop erty, to wit: A lot of three inch oak plank, estimated to contain two. hundred and eighty thousand feet broad measure Terms of sale, cash. J AMES H. T5L1NN, Shirilfof Jefferson county. Sheriff's office, Steubenville, nov. 14, '53-iit. FRANXLIN BRASS r0ITlfDRY7 JAMES T. SHERIFF, Proprietor npiIE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has erected and established, immediately adjoining the "Franklin Machine Shop," a , BRASS FOUNDRY, For the purpose of supplying the public with everything in that line, such as Brasses for all kinds of machinery, Bruss cocks, Valves, hard Biass Bearings and Boxes for Shafting Bells nf different kinds, and sizes, also, Friction Metal. All wotk done with quickness and dispatch. Orders respectfully solicited. Market price paid fur old brass, copper, ziuo and lend. ,. ' . , . . N . B. Mo old metal bought from minors, or other irresponsible, persons, without an order from parent or guardians. '', nov 14, -ly, J AS. L.McDEVlTT. Agent. 1 1 Administrator's Notice. BY virtue of an order of sale from the Probate court within and for tho eounty of Jefferson in the- State of ohlo, and to me di rected, t will offer at public-sale on the 15th day of Dec. A ' D. 1855, between the hours nf 10 o clock a. m. and 4 o clock p. m., on said day at. Ihe residence of Elizabeth Gosncll(widow) in Wells. Township, In tho county aforesaid, all the right, title, and interest of Henry Gos rell deceased in the following described renl estate, to wit : The undivided eighth part of a part of the north half of section no. 17, in Township no. 5 of range no. 2, In the district of land, sold at Sleubrnvllle, ohio, containing one hundred & SO acres, more or less, being the same tract or parcel of Inn d o f which the late John Gosnoll died seized, subject to Ihe widow Cornell's right of dower in said premises. Al so at the same time and place I will offer at public i In nil the right, title and interest of the said Henry (Josnell deceased, in the lollow lng real estate, to wilt The undivided eighth part of a part of the south east quarter of 'sec tion no. .3 in Township no. 5, of range no. 2, in the district of land sold at Steubenville. ohio, bounded and described as follows, to wii; HeL'iunini at a limestone in the south east corner of said section, thence west 163,3 perches to a sand stone,-, llience north 98 perches to a sand stone, thence en-t 16.1,3 perches to a lime stone, thence south 98 perches to the plnco of beginning containing .one hundred acres, nwro or less. Terms of sale: Oue half of the purchase monev to ho oaid nt ilia time of sale, the bal ance in one year with interest, to be secured oy note ana morigaire on sniu premises. , JOSEPH 0. M'CLEARY, , " Adm'r of the estate uf Henry Gosnall, dee'd. W'arreuton'nov: 14 '55-5t. ' , ... Valuable Real Estate for Sale. PURSUANT lo the provisions of the Will of William Kirk,, deceased,' we will offer at public sale on seventh day the 15th of 12th month next, the fine farm Itnowu as his late resldeuco, containing About. 216 Acres, ly ing two miles from biminneid on tne flit, fleas ant Road. ; , ... .' . .. It is In a high state of cultivation, with good and substantial buildings. It is well wai-te-cd,' has an excellent orchard, plenty of fine timber and inexhaustabla "mines of coal aud limestone.. . . , (. ' ; ' ' Terni-t made known on day of lalo, which W'll take place on the premises nt one' o'clock p. m. JOSEPH H. COPE, v JOEL KIRK, ' nov. 14. Executors. Highest Cash Price Given for Grain. 1 IKLE & STARK oiler the highest market price for corn, oats, Ac., t good supply of which they keep c distantly on hand at their Grocery And Feed Store. . Also, t good supply'of groceries, uch As are generally kept In such establishments. ' ' South west corner of Fourth and Adam sts., Sleubennille, Ohio. . nov. 14. '55, New Books. " Homes for the people, by Gervase Wheeler; Winnio and I. , 1 ; Which I The right or the left. America; Political, focial, tnd Religious, by Dr. Bchapp. - . .-' My Novel, by Sir E. Bnlwer Lytton. Just received and for sale by , - -. OT. 14. V nZl j J. " ! I. SUCK S OS,. I I III I I M . ..A .' LIST. OF LAND AND TOWN LOTS ITiHIW TUB COUNTY OF KFfKKSON, - Forfeited to the State of Ohio for the non-payment of , Taxes. .1 ISLAND CREEK, In whose nauieforfeited. . Costlier Kassellus Heirs. Stuwart Stephen....... R. Tp. Sec. ' What ,.r...:i.....;...s. w.... .7,...5.'....pt.S.K.:..i. 7Vft'X LOTS. .. Outlot. lu httl Town or".idd. . , STEUItESVlLLE, In lot. Roberts Matthew... .. .2J9,.. . Same....... Wordsad. 3. Jo Suiue..' 393.... Baiue .25JWU. WiUu Vranclsl'...... 113 . - Same... . Ill Orr Johnson..,...,... 1M KNUX,. , Myers George........ 1C... UKUSjlCUliliK, Carpenter lleub.'n.... 1'.'... . SALEM, Barr Catharine...... 171.... SMITllITELD, . Ross 1st ad. Urey's ad. ' Btcubtruvilla. do. do. Hewburgh. Monroeville. , Salem Malleruee Catharine.. , 74.... Can's s J. to CROSS CREEK, - Frazier Arthur 1.... Loury Aduiu 32.... TJotice is hereby given to i'l concerned, that if the taxes, penalties and interest charged on the foreyoing list be not paid into the county Treasury, und the Treasurer's Ftprlpt pro duced thereor, before the Second Monday of December next, then and in lhat case, each Iract so as aforesaid delinquent, on which the taxes, penalties and interest as aforesaid may remain unpaid, will on said Second Monday of December f being the 10th day thereof,) be ottered for sale aw me uoor ol the uottrt tlouse in saia county, in order to satisfy such tax, penalty and interest. Sale to commence at ID o'clock A. M., and continue from day to day until the tracts shull be sold or offered for sale. oct.31.-4t. , J. S LOWE, Auditor Jeff .County. The Greatest McJidal Discovery of . the Age. HR. KKNNEDJT, of lloxbury Las dis-'-'covered in one of ourcoMMojc pasiukk wkeds a remedy that cures . EVERY KIND OF HUMOR, from the worst scrofula down to a common pimple. Ho has tried it in over 1100 ci, ad never failed cxeept in two eaes, (both thunder hu mor.) lie has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its virtue, all Within twenty miles of llosson. ' Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottles wHl cure the worst kind of pimples on tits face. ' 1 "'we oouies win clear me system oi biles. Two bottles are warranted lo cure the wors canker iu the mouth and stomach. Three 10 live bottles am warranted to cure the Worsf, case ol Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted to cure al humor. In the eyes. . Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears and blotches ainon; the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to cure cor rupt uud miming niter. One bottle will cure scaly eruptions uf the skin. Two to three bottles are warrauted to cure the worst case of ringwoi in. 1 wo or three boltles are warranted to enre' the most desperate case of iheiiuintisiri. . 1 hree to four bottles are warranted lo cure the suit rheum. Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, and n perfect core is warranted when the above quantity is taken. ' Reader, 1 peddled over a thousand bottles of this iu the vicinity of Boston. I know ihe ef fect of it iu every case. So sure as water will extinguish lire, so sure will this cun humor. I never sold a bottle of it but lhaUsold another ; after a trial it always speaks for itself. There are two thinga about this herb that appear to me surprising ; first that it grows in our pas tures, iu some places quite plentiful, and yet its value has never been known until I discov ered It in 1846 second, that it should euro all kinds of humor. Iu order to give some idea of the sudden rise and great popularity of the discovery, I will slate that in April, 1653, 1 peddled it, and sold about six bottles per day in April, ld54, 1 sold over one thousand bottles per duy of it. Some of the wholesale Druggists who have been in business twenty and thirty years, say that nothing in the annals of pateut medicines was ever like it. There is a universal praise of it from all quarters. In my own prncticA I always kept it strictly for humors but since its introduction as a gen eral family medicine grout and wonderful vir tues have been found iu it lhat 1 uever suspect ed. Se.vor.il cases of epileptic fits a disease which was always considered incurable, have been cured by a few hoUles. O, what a mercy if it will prove effectual in all cases of that aw ful malady there a -e but few who have seen more of it than I have. 1 know of several rases of Drnpsv. all of them aged peoiile, cured by it. From the vari ous diseases of the Liver, sick headache, Dys pepsia, Asthma, fever and ague, pain in the side, diseases of tho spine, and pavticu ally iu dis eases of the Kidneys, etc , the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known. No change of diet ever nececesfaryeat the best you get and enough of it. Manufactured by DONALD KENNE DY, No. 120, Warren St. Roxbury, Mass. iMco 81,00. Wholesale Agents. Kew York City, C. V. Olickntr, HI Barclay street.; C. l Ring, 192, Broadway, Ruxh'.on it Clark, 275 Broadway ; A. B. A U. Sands, 100 Fulton Street. General wholesale agents Western Pa Geo. H. Keyser, Pittsburg, and Jas. P. Fleming Al legheny City. T. H. Logan, Wheeling Va . For salo by 11. D. MORRISON and HENING Si MELVIN, Stoub., Ohio. July 11. Steubenville and Indiana Railroad. UIIANUE OF TIME, AND TWO DAILY TRAINS TO NKWsRK. f?i and afier ; to-day, November 5th v 1835. a Train will leave Steubeuvilledailr'. (Sundays excepted; as follows ; Mail 1 rai n at 7 15, a. ui. arriving at Hew ark at 1 45 p. m., connecting with trams for Columbus, Sandusky, Indianapolis, Chicago, Cincinnati, La Sella, , Mount Vernon ' Hock Island and Toledo, St. Louis t Kinuvrxo, will leave Newark at 11,30 a. ra and arrive At Steubenville at 6 40, p. m. rsas raoii stkubesvillk (through Br railroad) To Columbus. . , .$4 45 To Detroit. . . .$ 7 00 To Chicago.. ..12 00 To Eock Island 17,00 To Cincinnati.... 6 50 To Mt. Vernon.... 3 75 To Mansfield 4 75 To Sanduskv.... 6 00 To St. Louis... 17 3U Pussengers by the 7 o'clock morning Tiaiu, reft cli Cincinnati uto.SU, same evening For through tickets and further information enquire uf i. A. ells, Agent, Steubenville. Cadli Aeoommodatioa Train Leaves Steubenville at 4,15, p. m. and arrives at Cadis at 6,40 p. in. Returning i Loaves Cadis at 7 30, a. io. Arrives At Steubenville At 10 15 a. m. :'' ' v. i . 36 p. m. . . . i. . ' . ; t, ;, . A o k NTS. John J. Houston Freight and P'hssengor Agents, No. 115 Water street, Pitta burch. . . - i. . J. N. Kenney. Freight Agent, Little Miami It. U. Depot, Cincinnati. .... P. W. atradur, Passenger Agent Broadway, Cincinnati. ... .... i Richard Hooker, Newark. .', ., " J . F. A. Wells, Steubenville. Lafayette Deveiiny, General Oreight end Tieket Agent , . O W. Fulton, Superintendent oet.21-tf. - Notice to Shippers. B. AI R. R.Co.,) "TaawmataTicn Orrici I Steubenville, April 16, 1855. ( 4 FREIGHT TRAIN is now running to Newark, loaviog this Station daily, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock s. m. , . . . Shipments to til stations except Unionport, Cadii, Fsirview, New Market, TThrichsville, Purl Washington, New Commerstown, Lay fay ette, Coshocton, Adams' Mills, Dresden And WowArk must be prepaid. Shippers will please conclude their shipments tnd receive their consignments previous to 6 o ciocx seen ovening. - LAYFAxETTE DEVENSY.' ' ct 21-tf. i Gtntrol Freight i gent. , A. Value Tax, Inf. 4 penalty. ; ,U V; i 160..215n...5T6..5l J ..b....Br.....l...Ci'..'..2 toSteub. .C0byI'J3 ft. .500. . . .21 .6.1.. :.3 : .3 " ..6 ...9 ' t.R.t.J...'ioU0...154..H. whole.... lt2lW...i:5.jjti K.pr.... 75... ca.-'sa.'. whole.... 1078..'.- 71),. 10.. S.i-ldeU It... N. pari.... ' f . . -'.;' ... .. . .whole. .... . . . . .whole, i M). . B5t'.-. ,112.. 43.'. . 13. b'B... uu.. .K'4. 2. .46. ..whole, 20!.'.. 6.. 43.. pt. Sec sniithfield! fraction..-' 43.. 2.' .3".. '..".9 M'Coiinellsville. whole... 6.. ..bfi 9 MConiiellsvillf whole.... 6.. -,b6 9 : ; Auditor's Office, October 20ilr., 1855. New Fall and Winter Goods! G. & J. ."SCOTT'S, , , I0B 1855. are now opening in our new build- ing. on Market st., one of. Ihe largest and most extensive slocks of fall and Winter Dry Goods, Trimmings &o ever received. Our Mock of dress goods we believe is much fuller and richer thau any we have heretofore received, comprising the newest and richest Clods In Market. Black Dress anil MantilU Silks, from 40c to $1,75; Rich llnrred and Striped do; Plain and Fwiey Colored Silks ol extra fine Quality anil new styles; Preuch Merinos and Cashmeres ; Erenrli Delains of I the richest patterns; American an'd Kiiylish 1 . M wJ(ll nlililt UelaiucS. Persian. Ac. j,-,, Murill0 lniiuu ,1CW patterns : (iinir hams, prints, etc.,. wili be sold at lbs lowest possible priie.i. immune uoiips. i an: wme urown Al,ulin at'li cents; heavy do 7 lo cC '; bleaclic'J do, good article. fij cents; fine do It) lo 121 ; Pillow Caa.i Muslin und Linen: Slotting Muslin and Linen, 11 yards wide;' Diapers and Crash, Tickings, checks, etc.; will bo sold 'at very low prices, . ltoNKKts I Bon.ki.ta ! A large and extensive stock of Fall and Winter liomi-.ts, Lludl'ord and English straw, colored Brilliants and Bel grade, bplit Straws, with rolled edge, eto., etc JliLLiNF.uy DmaTMKW. We are manufac turing extensively under Ihe personal super- Kin tendence of Miss Armstrong, ' from Mew Yoik, the latest French styles of Satin, Silk, Velvet uud Mourning Bonnets ; Dress caps and head dress, a stock of which is kept Constant ly ou hand AiTd made at Ihe shortest notice to order, livery pains will be taken to please the laste and give sjili.-fHClioJi to our numer ously iucre-ising customers in this department Bonnets of the tale French patterns now re. wived. j Suawi.sI Su.wvls !Croehs, square and long, J of the richest patterns ; Stella do, an entirely new article ; Printed Cashmere long and square Woolen Shawls nt very low prices. TaiujiisGS in jivi.KY VAUitrr We can offer at ibis time the most extensive stock uf Dress Trimming in the city ; Watered (ruinous from to G2c, of black and tho richest fancy col ors ; Marabo und Moss Trimmings, something very rich and entirely new ; Velvet, Plush and fancy trimmings iu every variety ; cords and Tassels, Fringes, Trimming Lacos, Gloves, etc.; hair Fronts and Curls, Mohair head Drops, etc., eto. . EuBaoiDERiES Superb French Collars, clism isetts and Uudersleeves, Jaccouet and Swiss Edgings and Inserting?, new patterns; Swisi ami Jaccouet Flouncings, etc,; a large assort ment of full and half mourniug collars, chem isettes and sleeves, !c October 24, '55.' r LOAKS ! CLOAKS !-Thcre will be opened on Monday, the 22 of Oct., t O. b J. Scott'a, a lurge and beautiful stock of Rich Cloaks, of entirely new pulierns. oct. 24 ADIES FANCY FUKSNow openr ed ut the Rooms of G. dt J. Scott, one of the largest and richest stocks of Fitch. Stone Martin, Lynx, Siberian squirrel aud Coney, Victoriues, Pelerines and cnlfs, which will be old cheap.' -g '- CLOTHING! CLOTHING 1 A NEW STOCK OF FASHIONABLE TALL AND WINTICR CtotHlNO At F. GUTTERMANN'S, Market Street, One Door below fourth. TIMS Establishment as usual offers the KprI flKSnrf mnul io tlilneitv of T?.fniltf MuiIm Clothiii!;, Gents' Funlfshinz Ooods, Hots and caiis, Travelling Trunks, Carpet Bags, Ac. ' The subscriber is respectfully soliciting the pat ron a'o ot his friends ami the public at lam, end invites purchasers to tho examination of ins siocx. The superiority of bis goods in selecti'nu of material and caret ul manufacture, is a long conceded fact, And being determined to please, he is offering now tho bust slock of Cloihinp, al lower prices thau any other house in this city. If you wish to save money and timo in pur chasing a first rate suit, nf clothing, call at FRED. GUTTEltUANN'S, Steuh., : ' Market st., oue door below Fourth, oct 31-3m. . . J. Little, Merchant Tailor, , Clothing tnd Famishing Store,' MABKkT ST., 2 DOORS ranM SIXTH. TlOULD respectfully inform the public ' generally (hat he hascommeneed business in tho above line with a large assortment of Cloths, Oassi meres and Vestingsof every va riety, which he is prepared to make to order in the best style and shortest notice. ' Also,' a Urge assortment of furnishing goods Consist ing of Shirts, Drawers, cravats, collars, pocket hdkfs, Stocks, etc- Also, a good Assortment of cheap Ready Made Clnlbinir cot 'up in the best style aud well made and adapted to the Fall and Winter mm. . .- . . . ; . . j , .,..: ..,., The advertiser having experience tnd prao tlee of cutting for along time he feei confl dent of his ability to serve the public, -Try him he will give yon a rood fit. oct. 24-tf. 1855. Fall & Winter Goods. 1855, AT ,.' . , H. G. GARRETT'S, ' - Y UST opened, the largest, best and cbcap " est stock of Fall And Winter Goods ever re ceived in this city, comprising all the newest stylo of Ladies' Dries goods ; Shawls. Em broideries. Hosiery, oloves. Mitts. Mull and Swiss Edging. Irish Linen, Diaper, Table Cloths, silk and Linen Hdkfs, French and Eu-. L'lish cloths And Cassimeres; Plain and. Fancy Vesting; Sattinets, Tweeds, ehecks. Tickings, Muslin all widths, qualities and prices. ' . Persons wishing goods by the yard or piece will find it greatly to llteir advantage by call ing st this house before purchasing their goods, oct 3. U, O. GARRETT, Third st. , ' . Parks House. . ( : 'Cadiz Junction S. & I. Railroad. JOHN M'GUIRE, Proprietor. nrillS.HouFO is new, and cvei-j conveDi ence aflorded to guests. Passengers 90 sll the trains oat at the Porks house. , . - 1 , , CMeals only twenty five cents. " ' teptl9-3m. ; . -,, 8. COUESEY, BARBER and fashionable hair dressor. Rasors set, Snd all kinds of Surgical in struments put in good order. Room under the Mechanics' Savin? Fund, Market st. near the Washington hall, between 3d. sud 4Ui.il. April 5lh,1855- Cheap . aad , FasaiQaablo 'i Clctlmig I , . J. ;i Ut) (;) li ' : JONES HOPHAYSU'S- WHOLESALE (ISO KTATt. '' . CLOTHING ESTABLISH: MENT. Market nf. Three Door above Fourth, STEUJiE!S I'fLLEi OHIO, a i Tha b93t Mtortmoat of Rcly lEaue CtotWnr, . . 1 r. . . . A li I-. . . ' l . tliu ana ti;s ever on iroa in ou'uucaruis. 'IMI K UN DERiGN ED'ba-;-! W- and is addiut; weekljt.to bjs J,vgf JJitd (;eri er:il assoiltient of Ra.irly M.i.fy vlotbi'u, h latest stv lesas (hey c' OM.To u-blerl h di rects ihu'attt iitiou f his friends and ib. p"'" lie, as.stirii. them tint he. ii j r. j.Meil tn e!l every 4irriptin of gmids.1 a l tifti-Uwr thau Ut cvtt lweii piirchakt il iii lhis.jK!ti of llie Stfcte In point itf siile, i);riliry or Jo rabilhy. hi Rimd tuAnoC T x i-lltl1tothf or any ulfier kVeUrii Mittkrt. Uri, prjiTS uniloun, and tho public loay feel ronndriit that, they Willut bit Un-sUii-iJieWUfLhofXheir li'oiieV., 'j-' .. , ., k , ..tj.y . . ' It will be t J tli futerest i.f nil id call. nl ex.tioiiie before .nurehasniif vlsiiw'here Kj hi- Clothing is made lo order, fie is stisliejtithirt ! lie is able fo sell better i?inds at Towdr 'piice'n tl.an any. house hf the cicyi. :i .Tji:'.e It J. ilOFMAYllR, Market sjrecC ;. . three doors above florin, Sieab. oct- 21-:y. '1 -., Stoubcavillu Fuuadry asd HacMlio. "WotKs. JOSCen jlfAVS. JAM19 MEANS, J. 'CKO 1 WEANS. 'MEANS & EEOTHEES, MANUFACTCItKUS OF STEAK ENGINES, HACHEJEEY, "And 'silking of 'T' " ;Rallroad WbfK,i!; 'i': Andeyery vnrfety of IRON AND BRASS' CASTINGS".'-"! Switched ' -: ; Mill CenringritrciJi WrouL-ht and cast Frofti J ? and Grist Mills. , . Car Wheels, various Si!, -. . Car Pedestals, . ,, Cur Oil Roxos, hub-, ' Iron Bridge, .; 1 :. ) Hrtck Wheel, , , 0..al car 'Wheels'. ' ' Tliresliimr machines. Miaftings and Full-.- ev.- - 'J. ' i-t Cist Iron,, (pronto. Window cups, 'till and Coal Vault. Bolts sod now, evl and Turning, Flaii- ITOurfai-lliues for work are not urp.tei by any shop n tlm Sta'e, sud' our sock of Patterns being lnr;(i', Mil ordf for tb bl work, v 11 bo filled prompt and .puta best jnaaacrv ' ' '-. ' ' ;' : .-9 1--IB$T STOCK OP . ' NeW Fall and Winter Dry Goods !' ' "'iA"LISAN1)ER'C0NJi';''''-",;'",''1 TS rccoivins direct f'runi tho liastein ctt ies, his firt peneral aonrlnMHt of Dtj; Goods for tlili Fall's trade, eoinprisiiig every thing new, elegant and fashiiinable,'to he found in the Eastern Markets. I'l. is stock is h largest and best we have ever recei-ed And will bo disposed of at surh prices h will wnkS it the interest of nil person wishing to purchase good Goods nt low pr ces ti call und examine the styles sod prirts t '.lu. assort men tsoirtain Ladies' Dws Goods of all dcc,-iption vW'hito Goods. Embroideries, l.aees and' Edgings'; Dress, Cloak and Mantilla Trimmings; JJoii net Ribbons, Artificials, Frinires, Braids, Gimps etc., ete. llousejjeeper ill fimt A very 'full stock nf Housekeeping nid -DonieMid (joods. A full nssortmrnt of best uiakcs and qualilie Irish Linens end blitrti"!; 'Muslim kepfCnn' stsntly on hand ; also, Trench Cloths. And Cm'. sliiicre', Satinets, with u general assortn.eot of Gents' Furnishing j;nods ' i - The new PmunmniA DLANXtts.' These ex cellent Blankets will bo kept Constantly ou hand throughout the. season, - ,, , Tho Cash System has beeu adopted Ano? will be henceforth rigidly adhered to, as heihgfor the mutual advantage of buyer and seller. Oar motto, therefore, tor lbs four is Cutj jot Cash. . -. '.. . .'-. ; ,,. M The indacemcnls ofTored'ai, it ls"tho'flht sufficient to amply repay the trouble ot tin ei animation, which is respectfully solioited from all persons whethir rloiiring to become pur chasers or not. , , ALFX CONN. et, 3. '55. --,; , '- The Green Mountain Rotary. ' ' JL COOKING STOVE designed for fa V mere and hotel keepers, burn itig wood tnd coal, and guarantied to give satitfactiou to pur. chasers. Also etxa air tigrts large otk! tnd the Star of tho West. Th e stoves are fur ahead of any yet introduced for baking and roasting, in respect to Asving fuel nnd for durability 'tr unequalled. , Manufactured by . A. Bradley, Pittsburgh. The subscriber keeps constantly on band a large Assortment of All kinds of tin Sheet-Iron uud Brass Ware. Persons -is wtnV of anything in his line will sitva money by giv ing him a call. . Spouting roofing and til kinds of job work done to order and at the lowest pri ces. The highest firlces paid for old copptrdt pewter.-- Store South-4tli street nearly opposite the Norton H?t!?e, . ,, J, U. LINDSAY.... sprll 24th 1555. "" '' - ' "wlJ "fl ' ' -nil , AURORA, -:ttlt A NEW. COOKING STOVE, new, ia design and principle, for burning CoAl.hu an extra large oven, a good draft, tnd easily cleaned; construction such as to meet the. expec tations of all, and guaranteed to1 give satisfac tion t6 the purchaser. .. Will yon call and see it? . Nos. 3 and 4 Extra Coal Cook Stoves, 1 8 hartley " " " do."'. ".3." 4 Air Tight Wood:-lo.'.).,n " 2 " 4 Premium , do. do." . 1 " 2 Cook or Bachelor Stows.1 Egg, Parlor and CliAinber Stoves of beautiful ftntii.n Pi.iiv CmlAK PnllHor pt . all reduced prices, at the Ohio Found ry WareroonsS, Market street... , . , SilABP ft CRA1Q. Stoubeuville, Jan. 1, 1S55. '- , AMERICAN HOUSE,,, NEWARK, O. . HAVING taken the large and codyenienl three story brick lionse at the west corner of the public Squal'e, and fully repaired and re. inrniBiied tne entire estublisinneot, the under, sigued olfers it to t he consideration of the pub lic tie assures those who may patronise Dint that every effort will be inadu to render then perfectly comfortable, end that fair bills only will be chsrgod. He rests hi 'elafrnt with th public. - ., f.. . .. i . T, U. UAM1LTOS. , wewars, Aug. u. , Tae Watsoa House. v . S WATSON1, haying almost entirely r: furnished and fitted up anew his spacious hotel in the town of New- Lisbon, is new- pre pared to accommodate the travelling public in, the best style. His table will be always fur Dished with the most choice products of the. season, and the treatment of his guests m-ill al ways bo such as to give full nnd general utis-' faction..., i 1 i- o, I Call at the aiga of the CROSS KEYS, Kew Lisbon, i -'-.. . v.- JumU-" " WAGON ANH CARRIAGE SHOP. " TH E Undersigned Would' respectfully in-' 1 form the public that, they -have entered ht toco-partnership, and are carrying on the above, business at the stand formerly occupied by E. M. Brister.i South 3d St between-Adams Snd Market Strocts, From thoir koowUdge of ths businesA, they hope to be able to give s Alts foe tion to thoit patrons. y i ...u t -iw A liberal share of custom U respeetfully so licited. John KiNBitU, ! October 27th '5Sl y.- . A. J. Rsmotos. Saddle, Harness and Trunk Manufac tory, Wholesale . and. Retail. NO. 137, Market street, opposite Wash-, ington Hull. The undersigned would ts speetfully annminre to their customers and th public generally, lhat they have how in on lArge tud splendid assortment of Saddelry. rnmprising ine following articles : plain aud fancy Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, harness. Trunks collars, Whips, Lashes, 4c, io., roan ufuctnied of the bast material, by the mot ex perienced workmen. Also, Mnttresse of r1 out kinds, mode to order en the khorte.it ao tice. ' " ' Dealers lo tb Above articles ere repwtfu1'y Invited to Call And xtmine our Slock befcrw purchasing, satisfied thst can Hct.uuiuiwlik on the most reaMonahle terms for c.ou. WM. M'LAUQULIN t BteubeBville.Jaa.1, '65.-ly. .