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' The Citizens Bank kill continues to pay Interest on deposits. P. Moody. " Mr. J. Finch of Fiilsburgh Pa. is our authorized agent to obiain advertisements and receive money for the True Ameri can. ' '"" " . ... 'j' .t7We refer our patrons to the adver tisement of D. Scott, in this dy paper, . Ji who desire to be accommodated with Rants or Shoes suited to the season of the year ( superior quality, am! at the most reasonable price should go to Scott's ' City Boot and Shoo Store on Market St. . in the Washington Hal! Buildings. ' ' The Ohio Cultivator- has pnssed : inte tho hands of Col. S." D. Harris, who wilt issue' the Erst cumber for loofj, on new and beautiful type. It is one of the best agricultural papers in the west, and is published at ?1 per year, Bcmi-raonthly We should be pleased to exhibit the Cul 'tivator to any of our friends and forward vbeir names and money as subscribers to it, . o commence with Jan. 1st, 1850. - Timely ABvice. To those who arc subject to Coughs and Cold?, and those various Pulmonary Diseases incident to our climate at this season of the year, we would advise the trial of a bottle of Dr. " . - Keyser's Peitoral Syrup, by this time well known to our community, and a medicine that stands, higher for its cura tive properties than any other medicine with which we 3te acquainted. It is at matter of wonJer to us that any person will allow a Cough or Cold to fasten on the Lungs when so pleasant b remedy is nl hand. You can buy it at Honing & Mel vins ' . - ' 0-Toum.es im Mexico. A dispatch from Mexico state tliat 'the president has advice of the absolute overthrow of the Al- arei srovernment in Mexico. The effect of this is favorable to tlio American assignees of the three millions indemnity." . !' : tn ' . ' fjrln Lawrence county, Ia.,corn is sell ingfrom one dollar to one dollar and twenty-five cents per barrel. O-The Detroit Tribune, of Nov. 27 say that one firm in that city, in one day paid out nearly $21,000 for flour. C7The population of Alion. III. to. be 10,221. is gaul - , MARRIED. On the 20th inst By Rkv. A. H. Tiiom as, Mr. Wesley Peujiar to Mis"s Mary Scott, both of Jefferson Co. O. On Thursday, the 20th inst. at the Franklin House in Steubenville, by the Ed.v of this paper Mr. David Thompson, to Miss Nancy M'beth, all of Jefferson County Ohio. ...... On the 20th inst. by the Rev. J. Burns Mr. Rhecel Powel, to Miss Ann II. Dillon, all of this city. STEUBENVILLE MARKET. True American Omen, ?. Steubenville, Dec. 26. ) Flour-By wagon ldad.. $7.50a7,73 CVrn Meal...'.,..; 75(31.00 Grain-Wheat. -1,3;1.40 Corn .............. ........ v . Oat.. Bear,; ;, V bush Potato , $ bush. Butter Fresh......... Lar.1., Egg f? do. Dried Peaches. . Dried Apples. .'. , n .1 ,.....' . Fork....... lb . Hm.. ' Sugar cured.. ......... .1$ lb 35(341) $1,5(1 37 2022 ....12 14 ..1.25 .....'5 56 14 16 SHERIFF'S SALE. M. M. Laughliu ' ) BY virtue of an , vs. . . order of sale in Mary A, Hickman ctal.) this case issued cut of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the County of Jefferson -and State of Ohio, bearing date tho 2'M day or Decem ber 1855, and to me directed, I will expose t sale by public vendue and outcry at the front door of the Court House, in the town of Steubenville, and county of Jefferson, on Thursday, the 31st day of January 1650 between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, the' following described real estate situate in the. county of Jefferson and state of Ohio, to wit A part of a certain lot of land conveyed on the 24th day of July, 1845, to Joseph Hick man by the Playitiff and his wile, begin ning for the same at the south west'eoruer of a lot of ground conveyed to Alexander II. Andrews by John' Andrews and wife thence eastwardly with the line between said Hickman and the heirs of the said Alexander II. Andrews deceased, 230 feet 8 inches thence southwardly parallel with 6th street as located by Dike and Andrews, north of Factory street,: Steubenville, 100 feet thence westwardly by a, line parallel with the line between Hickman and the heirs of the said Alexander H. Andrews, 230 feet 8 inches thence northwardly with the lino of said 6th street 100- feet to the place of boffinninir. , , AUo the following described parcel of land, situate in the County and Stale afore said, bein? part ot the same tract of land conveyed on the 24th day of July,' 1845 to Joseph Hickman by the Plaintiff, beginning at a stake in the east line ot um street as located by Dike and Andrews, north of Factory street, Steubenville, intersected by the north line of a street or lane be tween the lands of said Andrews and Dike and Wilson's lot, being at the north eaBt corner of said streets, thence northwardly . with the east line of Sixth street 342 feet, more or less, to a stake bit the east line of said sixth street, placed at a point 100 feet south lfoin tho south west corner of a lot conveyed by Johu. Andrews and wife to Alexander H. Andrews, thence eastward and running paralell with the south line of said lot conveyed by-John Anarows and wife to Alexander II. Andrews, 230 feet 8 lncheu to the line between. Joseph Hick man and John Andrews, thence southward It with the said line between said Hick nan and Andrews and paralell with said sixth street three hundred and forty-six feet more or less, to the north line of the street or lane between the lands of Andrews and Dike and Wilson, thence vtwardly with the itonU line of said street w0 feel to the place of beginning. 1 ! -Trms of sale, cash. - r V- : JAMES H.BLINN, Sheriff. KlfUf'uTi oiaoc, StcubonvUle, dee, 20. '55 SHERIFF'S SALE. .1 Jonathan J. Bell ) , - . vs. -In (partition. MargarettMilleretal. ) BY virtue ofoan order of sole tnjthm case i8uued cut of the Court of Common Pleia in and for the CountyVf Jefferson and State of Ohio, bearing data December 12th A. D. 1855. and to me directed, 1 win expose to sale by public vendue and outcry at the front door of the Court;Housein the town of Steubenville and County of Jcuer- son on . . THURSDAY, the 31st day of January a.d. 1856, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following described real estate lying and being in the County of Jelferaon and State of (Juio, to wit: Part ofspction thirty fmir, township eight of range three j be ginuing for the snmo at the south';, west corner of said section and running with tho line of said section with one degree weft, one hundred and ninety-five and one half perches to a corner of Jacob Parken son's land.thence with said Parkenson'sland north 69 degrees, east 1 17 perches, thence south one degree, east sixteen and one half perches to a corner of Ambrose UpdegrafTs land and with said land south fifty-eight and one Quarter decrees, east ninety-seven perches to another corner ot saia upae grafTs land, thence south one degree, east eighty-six perches to a corner in io line of William Barkhust's land, thence with . .... his land south eighty-nine degrees, west forty-four perches to the north west corner ot- said Barkhust's land, thence one degree east forty perches with said Barkhurst's lot to the section line, thence with said line south eighty-nine degrees, west one hundred and nltv-seven perches to the Dp ginning, containing two hundred and twelve and one half acres, more or less, sa ving and excepting therefrom so much of said tract of land as is. contained within the following Boundaries theretofore assigned to Margarett Miller as her dower estate,) to wit : Beginning at the south west corn er of section thirty-four, township eight, range three, thence north one hundred and seventv-nine perches, thence east sixty seven and five-tenths perches, tiience soutn twentv-eight and one half degrees east one hundred and five perches, thence'south forty-nine degrees, west seven and four-tenths perches, thence south fourty-four and one half degrees, east Bixty-two and six-tenths perches, thence south forty perches, thence west one hundred and fifty-six and five tenth perches to the place of beginning, containing one hundred and twenty five acres. And Also, a certain other trnctor nart'el of land situate in said county of Jefferson and more particularly described as follows, to wit : Being part of section number thirty-four, Township eight of range three, beginning for the same at the rnad opposite the middle of the street of the town of York, at the north west end of said town, and running south one degree east thirty-seven perches and three-fourths to the east bank of the run, thence south sixty degrees, west sixty-eight perches to a corner of Jacob Parkinson's land, thence south fifty-eight degrees east ninety-seven perches to a stake corner of a tract of land laid out for a meeting-house lot, thence with the line of said lot north eighty-nine de grees, east twenty-four perches to a corner of Marmaduke Reynards1 lands, thence north twenty-nine degrees, east sixty-four perches past the run on the bottom, thenco north one degree, west thirty-four and one half perches to the road opposite the mid dle of the street at the south east end of said town, thence in a line with the middle of said street to the border of said town on the south west side of said street, thence with said town border on the south west side of the street by the different courses and distances to the "middle of the street at the north west end of said town, thence north sixty -eight degrees west to the place of beginning, containing thirty-five acres and one half, more or less. And Also, a certain tract or parcel of land situate in said Jefferson County, and more particu larly described. as follows, to wit: Being part of said section number thirty-four, township eight and range three, beginning for the same at the south west corner of the meeting-house lot, thence south one de gree, east fifty-six perches to the line of a lot sold by Lewis Walker to William Dark hurst, thence with said Barkhurst'a line south eighty-nine degrees, cast sixteen perches to a corner of said Barkhurst's lot and in the line of Marmaduke Reynards', thence with said Reynards' line north one degree, west fifty-six perches to another corner of the meeting-house lot, thence with the line of said lot north eighty-nine degrees east sixteen perches to the place of beginning, containing five acres and nine-sixth pe relies, more or less. A lso lots nvmbered 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, the west half of lot num bered 35 and lot numbered fifty-six as num bered on the original plat of the town of York in said County ot Jelterson. : Terms of sale, one-third cash on the conformation of sale ; one third in twelve mouths : balance in two years defered nay menta to bear interest and to be secured by mortgage on the premises. .. JAilES H. BLINN. Sheriff J.C. Sheriff's office, Steub., dec. 26 a.d '55-6t. '. ; Sheriff's Sale. John Hogg, Survivor 1 nY-virtue vs. . of an or Pearson S. 31'Masters et al. ) der of. sale in this case issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas in and for the county of Jeffer son and State of Ohio, bearing date the 12th day of December 1853, and to me di reeled, I will expose to sale by public ven due and outcry, at the front door of the Court House, in the town of Steubenville and county of Jefferson, on THURSDAY, the 31st day of Jan., 1856, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock p. ii. of said day, the following real estate, situate in Jefferson county and State ot Ohio, and more particularly de scribed aa follows, to wit t. The first piece being twenty-five feet In wldth Off the -west side of lot numbered one hundred and forty-five in Crothors' addition to the town of Mount Pleasant, with t the appurtance thereto belonirinir. 5 , . The sccona being forty feet in width off the west side of lot No. 40 in said town of Mt. Pleasant together with all the appur tances thereto belonging". ' 1 The third niece bcinsr part of lot No 140 in Crothers1 addition to said town of Ml. Pleasant, described as follows 1 Begin ning at south west corner of said lot run ning thenco east to Union street With the middle of said lot. thence north to the Spring house, thence east to the southeast corner of said spring house, thence north paralell with the line of said lot to the back alley, thence west to the north west corner of said lot, thence south the.eaid line of said lot to the place of beginning, with all me appurtenances thereto belonging. , Tonpsot'ssle cash. V JAMES U. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriffs office, Steubenville, doc, 20 '5.r)-0t. JUST'ieceiverl 100 Ble new 'molasses. " P0Pgn prfn's Eio coffee. ' . ,-.. , " t . ' 85 Hggs primo N. O. Sugar. ' " ':iU Lis Itefined Sugar, and for sale by . . ' i , ... Pec, ?Mf. V' T, IIOLLOWAT & CO, ;; Sheriffs Sale. , . Thomas Cole, 1 TY virtue of an vs. , order of sale William H. Dungin. 5 to me directed , issued out of the Court of Common Pleaa, in and for the county of Jefferson andjState of Ohio, 1 will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry at the front door of the Court House, in the town of Steubenville, Jefferson couuty, Ohio, ou THURSDAY, the 31st day of Jan., 1850, between the nours of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p. if. of said dny, the following do- scribed land and tenements, the property of William II. Uungan, the Defendant in this cuse, to wit : A part of the north eabt quar ter of section ten, township ten and range three, beginning at a gate-post at Stewart's comer, thence north 8 degrees, east sixteen rods with lino of Burns to a stake, thence north 591 degrees, west fifteen rods to a stake thence north 73 degrees, west 18 rods and twelve links to a stake on Mar shall's line, thence south seven and one half degrees, west eighteen rods and thir teen links with said line to a stake, thence south seventeen and one half degrees east 17 rods and 22 links to a stake, thence south 65 degrees east fourteen rods and twelve links to the place of Beginning, con taining three acres one quarter and. thirty three perches, and also the free use and privilege with others ot the lane described in the deeds of Burns, Hamilton and others as an inlot containingin all thirty-one rods, to satisfy a decree" rendered against the said William H. Dungan at the suit of Thomas Cole vs. William H.vDungan, ap praised at two hundred and sixty-two dol lars, ($202.) Terms of sale cash. JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff Jeff. Co. Sheriffs office, Steubenville, dec. 26 '55 SHERIFF'S SALE. Samuel Sharp et. al. 1 ny virtue of an . v?- . "order of sale in barah bidebotlom et at, ) li is case istsued out of the Court of common Picas in and for the county of Jefferson and Slate of Ohio, benring dale the 12th day of December, a. d. 1855, and to me directed, 1 will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry at lite front door of the Court Hoiipc, in thu town of Steubenville and county of Jefferson on .' THURSDAY, the 31st day of Jan., 1856, botween the hours of 10 o'clock A. u: and 4 o'clock p. m. of said day, for cash in hand, the following described real estate, situate in the county and State aforesaid, to wit : Lot num bered fourteen in the town of New Trenton. JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff Jeff. Co . Sheiriffs Office, Steubenville, dec. 26 '55-Gt Sheriffs! Sale. William ' Bliicfcestonl T Y virtue of an or- vs. t dr of sain In this William E. Carter. ) cnsc iMUej out, 0f ,)ie Court of common Pleas in and for the county of Jefferson and State of Ohio, bearing date the 10th day of December a. d. 1855; and to mo directed,,! will expostvio dale by puolic ven due and outcry at the front door 01 the Court House, in tho town of Slbubenville and couu ty of Jefferson, on . THURSDAY, the 31st day ol January a.d. 1656, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. M.nnd 4 o'clock p. M. on said dny, the following prop erly, to wit : Lots numbered fifteen and sev enteen on the plot of the town of Sruiihfield in the couuty or Jtttersoi:, appraised at nve hundred and fifty dollars ($5j0.) Terms or sale. cash. JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff J.'C. Sheriff's office, Steuben ville,;dec.2G '5S-6t. Sheriff's Sale. Wolff and Peyton) TY virtue of an order VS. - nf Knle ill the ease la Jamc Steel et. al.) gued out of the court of enrhmon Pleas in and for the county of Jeffer son A Slate of Ohio bearing date the 26ih day nf T)pcemberl855 and - to me directed 1 will expose to Sale by public vendue and outcry at tbe front door ot tne court uouho hi me Town'of Steubenville fc county of Jefferson on Thusday the 31st day of January 1856 be iweon tho hours of 10 o clock A. M. and 4 o' clock P. M. of said dny the following described real estate to wit Lots numbered 331, 322 & 3.13 in Vier's addition to thatown of Steuben ville in the county of Jeffersop and State of Ohio, t erms or sale casn. JAMUS H. BLINN, Sheriff Jeff. Co. SheiiffsOffice, Steubenville, dec. 26 6t CITY BOOT AND SflOE STORE. UST received at the City Shoe Store, A Splendid Stock of Boots & Shoes suitable foa the Winter trade never should gobarefoot ed when Shoes can be bought at tbe City Shoe Store so cheap for cash. Washington Hall Building Market Street Steubenville Ohio.. D.SCOTT. (Traveling Trunks" a complete assortment.) ' NEW BOOKS " ( R N A M E N T S of Memory Elegantly Bound and Illustrated. Scenery of the United States do do Sabbath Belle do do , The English Orphans by Mrs. Holmes Tempest and sunshine .. do - Cleve Hull - . ' The Winkles Beauty for ashes. ' - Gilfillans Third Gallery. The dewdropS ; ;" Representative Women hf Baldwin ' Aspirations by Mrs. Maimers Ida Norma it by Mrsi Lincohn Philip Questions of the Soul by Weckerj - Wisdom, Wit & Whims. Phocnixiana ' : FiUgeralds Exhibition Speaker Richard the Teachers The Lances of Lynwofld ' Molly & Kitty - Young Americans abroad Pleasant Pages for Young People; ; . Love of Country . . .'" The Guiding Star Oriental Story Book . , . Wit Boncrht. 1 And a variety of additional Juveniles mlulaturesandToy Books Just received and for sale by J. 11. sijAtt., w. toa SALE. -milE subscriber offers for sale the prop erty oh which he now resides adjoining the town of Lagrange in Jefferson county, Ohio, containing id., acres of Innd, enclosed with a good board fence. The imporvementsare, - TWO GOOD DWELLINGS. i One Brick the other Frame, with an excel lent well of water, also, a Stable.with Granary and other outbuilding with a choice Apple Orchard of over 100' bearing trees Cherry. Plums, 4c, . Any prHott winhing a pleasant situation on reasonable te'mscan be accomo dated by calling on the undersigned. Lag., bee. 19-3m-pd. ISAAC GREEK. : . ' AdministratOH ITOtidJ.'' , ; ' MOTICE is hereby given that tlio sub scriber has been appointed and oualified as administrator on the estate of Hugh Ham mond late of Jefferson County, deceased, dec. 19-31. , : WILLIAM WADDLE. - School Examiner' Notice. .:. r"piIE next meeting fur the examination of Teachcra will be held on ' SATURDAY, January the 20ili, 1856. in the Steubenville II itrh School Building, commencing at 9 o'clock, A. M. : ' ; - ' By order of the Board, ' - r. dec.l9-6t. JACOB N. DKSELLEM, Clerk. ; : Taxes t Taxes ! ! : ; t " Cnn'ie nn and nav votir Tuxes. I will' take in Tax Until the 27th day of December, 1855; alter that the lawtui penalty win bn added. decl3 2w - A. SKELLEY, Treas. UST, received a, prime lot of W. R, " Cheese, Voung Hyson Tea, also a lot of Jn- us Woods Pearl Starch and for sale by ' r Da ,.'M C. T. HOLLOW AY i CO . BEAVER COUUTY m." " " I )pHB Common wealth of Penn L.S. X tylvania, in the Court of eom "1 mon IMeas of aid county, Ifo. i of March term 15G, Eliia i KameV petition for a decreo lo Mill real est ate. To William Hogc, Joseph P.Hoi?e, Thoma Huge, Jane H!!e. the children of Ann & who was iiiteriiWried villi lh nun. Thomas Wilson, and theehildren of David nose dee'd; Whtrcas Eliza J. Kaine did, on the 20th day of Hovember A. D. 1650, at a court of common Pleas, in and for said county, present her yo titiom settintr forth as follows, to wit : That she is a married woman and the owner to her sola and special one of a present vested in. terest in a tract of land containing two hun dred and tweDty four acres, tdiuate in Ohio Township, Beaver county, Stste of Pennsylva nia, lying on the Ohio ltiver and adjoining lands ot S. J. Smith, James roller and lands of your petitioner, that there are no buildings on raid land, and a large portion thereof is wood laud, aiid consequently unproductive, yielding little more thau bulficient to pay the luxes ; Hint tlie said traci 01 lanu was convey, ed by John Hoge deceased, in trust for his wife, Ann Hogo. during her uatnrsl life, by his deed dnted April Jd, 182"J, and who m still in full life and being, and who, wiin ncr irusteo, David Quail, conveyed the same to your peti tioner by their deed dated August 15, 1851, that the reversionary interest of John was sold at Sheriff s sals and bought by David nnge, deceased, whose devisees will be entitled to the same or the proceeds tnercoi atioruieaeam of the said' Ann H'ge, and that the tames and residences or the said devisees, so fur as your fietitioncr knows, are ss'follows, to wit: Wil iam Hoge residing in the city of NeT York, Joseph P. Hoge residing in the city of San Francisco, California, Thomas npge. residing at Galena. Illinois or New York city, Jane Bnge residing at Steubenville, Ohio, and the children of Ann Huge who was intermarried with the non. Thomas Wilson residing in Du buque, Iowa, and the children of David nnge, deceased, residence not known, your potilioner therefore prays your honors to decree a sale of the said Heal Estate according to the provis ions of the act of assembly dated the 1 bill day of April, 1853, entitled 'an act relating to the sale and conveyance of real estate,' iu order that the same may be converted into money, so that she may be enabled to receive the in. terest '. thercfioin during the lifu of the said Ann nnge. Whereupon the said Court award a citation to the devisees of David uoge deceas ed, to wit: William uoge, Joseph P. noge, Thumns Hoge, Jane uoge, theehildren of Ann nge who was intermarried ' with the 11011. Thomas Wilson, and the children of Duvid uoge, deceased, to show cause why the said prayer of the said petitioner shall uot be grant ed. . You, the said devisees of the said David Hogs deceased, and every one of you are hereby rited to appear at an adjourned Court of Com mon Pleas to be held nl Denver, for the couuty of Beaver, on the thirty first dny of Jauuary next to answer to said petition , ic. Witness iheuon. Daniel Agnew, President of our said Court at Beaver, this fourth day of 1 December, A,' D., One thousand eight hundred and fifty-fivpf ALKAAKUJiK K. I tlUai'SU.N, I rO, Cskal.) decl9 3w. . LEGAL NOTICE. Bcnjniuine I . Speaker 1 vs. Iu Purtilion. Catharine Snowden et al NOTICE is hereby given to Samuel Snowden and Catharine Snowden hi wife of Hocking county Ohio, James F. Snowden, Wil Ham Rex, Mathew T. Speaker, Lydia Speak er, Isabella Speaker, Samuel C Speaker and Hannah Speaker, 01 Jelfurson county. Ohio, that on the 13lh day of December, A. D. 1855, the said Benjamin F. Speaker filed in tbe office of tho Cleric of the Court of common Pleas for Jefferson county, Ohio, his petit :on against their, which is now pending, wherein the said petitioner demands partition of the following real estate, situate in Jefferson county, Ohio, of which the 6ail William Speaker died seized. 10 wit : 1 lie norm east quarter of section oue, in township seven and Tango two, and that at the February term of the Court of common Pleat for said county of Jefferson, snulicatiou will be made to said Court for an order that petition may be made of paid premises accord ing to the statute in such cane made and pro vided. . By MOODEY A ELLIOTT dec. 19-Gt. Attorneys for Petitioner. Sheriff's Sale. Elisha Lakeyl Tly virtue of an execution ''. ( -in the case issued out of the Sam lLindsay) Court of Cnnllnol, plMS of Jefferson County and State of Ohio and to me di recto 11 will offer and expose to sslo by public vendue and outcry at the front door of the Court House in Steubenville in said Coun ty of Jefferson, on . Saturday the 5th day of January 1856 between tbe hours of 10 o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P.M. of said day the fol lowing (lescribod ronl estate with the appcrte nance to wit Lot number Thirty nineon the north side of. main street in the Town of SprinefiulJ iu Jefferson County Ohio appraised at, $125. Terms of sale, cash. ' JAilES II. BLINN, Sheriff Jefferson county. Sheriff's office, Steub., Dec. 5 55-5t. . PfiFsi STOCK OF Ne Fall 'and Winter Dry Goods! ALEXAITDEB CONN, ' TS receiving direct from the Eastern cit ies, his first general assortment of Dry Goods for this Fall's trade, comprising every thing new, elegant and fashionable, to be found in the Eastern Markets. This stock is the largest and bes we, have everrecei'-ed and will be disposed of at such prices as will make it the interest of all pet-sons wishing to purchase good Goods at low prices to call and examinu the styles and prices ; the assortment contains Ladies' Dress Goods of all descriptions ; White Goods, Embroideries, Lads and Edgings; Drews , Cloak and Mantilla Trimmings f Bon net Ribbdns, Artificials, Fringes, Braids, Gimps etc., etc. Housekeepers will find a very full stock of Housekeeping and Domestic Goods. A full assortment of best rnakes and qualities Irish Linens and Shirting Muslins kept Con stantly 011 hand j also, French Cloths and Cas simeres. Satinets, with a general assortment of Gents' Furnishing goods. Tut nkw Philadelphia Blankets. These ex cellent Blaukets will be kept constantly on hand throughout the season. . -. . . The Cash System has been adopted and Will be henceforth rigidly adhered to, as being for the mutual advantage of buyer and seller. Our motto, therefore, for the fi'.ture is Cusac roa Cash. , . The inducements offered are, it is thought sufficient to amply repay the trduble of an ex amination, which is respectfully solicited from all persona whether desiring to become pur chasers or not. , , ALKX. CONN. , oct.3. '55. Saddle, harness and Trunk Manufac tory, ; Wholesale and Retail.' TVTO. 137 j Market street, opposite Wash ington Hall. The undersigned would re spec t fully announce to their customers and the public generally, that they have now in store t large aud splendid assortment of Saddelry, comprising the following articles : plain aud fancy Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, harness, Trunks collars, Whips, Lashes, tc, tfcC, man ufactured of the bast material, by the most ex perienced workmen. - Also, Mattresses of vari ous kinds,, made to order on the shortest no tice. ' v ,-, . . , . Dealers lo. the above articlea'are respectfully invited to call and examiua bur. stock before purchasing, satisfied that wacKn accommodate on the niost reasonable terms for cash'. . . - ; ' WM: M'LAUGHUNdt SON.' Steubenville, Jan.l. 'Sbflj. ri; - ' Hiihe8t Cash price Givenfor Grain. M IC1KLE & STARK offer the highest i-'A market price for corn, oats, did, a good supply of which thny keep constantly on hand at their Grocery and Feed Store, ; A lso, a good supply of groceries, such as are generally kept in such establishments. ' . , . 8outh west corner of Fourth and Adara st, Steubenuille, Ohio. , . . libv. 14, '55. . r Parka- House.- v. : ' ; Okvit' Junction 8. & I. Railroad. JOIST ITGIRE, Proprietor. . 'PUIS House is new, and eTory eonvoni. encs afforded to guests. Passengers on all the trains oat at the Parks bouse. Vl v. ' - HTMesls only twenty in eentSj ' sopi. 19-3m, , TEEGREAT E3GLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMkS CLARKU'S CELEBRATED FEM.1LE)PILL$. PREPARED from a prescription of Sir James Clarke, M.D.'Fhysicinn Extrsordins ry'lo the Quwi. Thi invnluabl medicine W unfailing in Uie cura of all those pninfnl mud dangerous diseakrs incident lo tha frtnala cou Stitulion. " It moderates all exeewi, removes all obstruc tions, aud bring on the monthlv period with regularity ..; These Pills should be used two, or thi-at. weeka previous t confinement ; thev for- rtify the constitution, and lessen ihtj suffering a cure when all other means lmve failed, and although a powerful remedy, does not contain iron, calomel, autimony, or other mineral. Full directions accompanying each package. Price iu the United States and Canada, one dollar. ' Sole Agcuta for this country, I. C. BALDWIN Co., Hoehcster, H.Y. TUTTLE iMOSEf , Aubura N. Y., General Agents. ' N. B. (1 ,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any anihonized agent, will iaiuru a bottle of the pills by return mail. For sale wholesale and retail by J1ENING &MELVIN, Steubenville, and by Druggists generally. dec-. 12. LEGAL NOTICE. Samual Hicks ) ' vs. In Partition. Rachel Price etal. ) TVOTICE is hereby eiven to Josiah A1 Price and Rachel Price his wife, Thomas Hanson and Elizabeth Hanson his wife, of Jefferson county o hio, Jacob Pool and Mi.ry Pool his wife, of Monroe county Ohio, Joseph Cross and Sarah Cross his wife, of lona coun ty Michigan Joanna Hicks David Hicks, Eliza. betl Hicks, Francis. C Hicks Isaac flicks fc Mar th a Hicks, childreiof JohuHicks Jr. deceased, and Amberson Hicks and Thomas Scott, and Elira Ann Scolt his wife, of Jefferson county, ohio, lhaf on tho 6th day of December, 1855, Samuel Hicks filed in the office of ihc Clerk of the Court of Common I'leus for Jefferson county, Ohio, against tlicm his amended por tion which is now pending, wherein the said petitioner de.nauds partition ot the following Seal Estate, situate in Jefferson county, Ohio, of which Johu Hicks Sr., lute of said county, deceased died seized, to w it: The south west quarter of section No. 14, in township ten and range three, aud that at the next terra of the court of common Pleas for said comtuon fleas for said county-of .Tetfel'Knii. suid netil mtiMr will mtib,) nnnlii-ntinti or al, order ltat plut;,lou ,uay be mm of gujj premises. ' BY 1IC0DEY & ELLIOT T, dec. 12-Gt. ' his Attorneys. SHERIFFS SALE. Ohio ox rel Bank Com virtue of a missioners vs. James Tenff. J Wl rit of vendi exponas i issued out of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the County of Jefferson, State of Ohio. and to me directed, I will offer and expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the door of the Court House 111 tbe town of Steubenville, on SATURDAY tho 12th day of January 1656, between the hours ot IU 0 clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following described property, to witt PartofoutlotNo. 3 on the original plat of the town of Steubenville bounded on the east by 5th street on the south by a 20 foot alley on the west by lands formerly belong ing to tne estate ni Baniuol rattcrson de ceased, and on the north by Washington street containing about two acres be the same more or less. Also the north half of lot No. 144 in the original plat of the town of Steubenville. Also the north half of Lot No. 145 in the town of Steubenville. Also lot No. 203 in Carroll and Kella addi tion to the town of Steubenville with the appurtenances belonging thereto. The above described property is appraised as follows t Lot no 3 at six thousand dollars ($6000) north half of lot No. 144 at four teen hundred dollars ($1400) north half of lot No. 145 at six hundred dollars, ($600) lot No. 263 at pno thousand dollars ($1000.) Terms of Sale Cash. JAMES H.BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office Steubenville, dec; 12-5t. CLOAKS. J. Allen has jusf received o large and splendid assortment of Ladies Cloaks, latest Paris styles. Also, French Cloth for Ladies' Cloaks, all colours, for sale low by dec. 12 J. ALLEN. SECOND STOCK of Winter Goods ju arrived. J. Allen has just received a gnneral assortment of Ladies and Gents' Winter Goods which will be sold at great bargains for cash at tho Store of Steubenville, doc. 12. J. ALLEN. CARPETS! Ploor.Oil Cloth and Matting, jtst received and for sale very low by dec, 12. ... J.ALLEN. T ONG SHAWLS. Bay State long and Square Shawls. A good assortment on hand and fur sale low at the store of dec. i2. j. Allen. J. little, Merchant Tailor, Clothing and Furnishing Store, MARKLT ST.. 2 DOOB8 KROM SIXTH. XIOULD respectfully inform the public . ' cenerallv that he has commenced business in tho above line with a large assortment of utotii8,uassimeres and V est mgs or every va riety, which lie is prepared to make to order iu me uem eiyie anu snonesi nonce, Also, i large assortment of furnishinz (roods consist ing of Shirts, Drawers, cftrtats, collars, pocket 1H1K18, OlOCKS, CtC. ' Also, a good assortment of cheap Ready Made Clothing got up in the best style and well made aud adapted to the Fall aud Winter tracie. - The advertiser having experience and prafr ticeof cutting for along time he feeis cotifi dnt of his ability to serve the public. Try Mm he will gire you a good fat. oct. 24-tf. lUlORS" A NEW COOKING STOVE, new in , design and principle, for burning Coal, has an extra large oven, a good draft, and easily Cleatied; construction such as to meet the expec tations of all, and. guaranteed to give satisfac tion to the purchaser, . Will you call and see itt .; . Nos. 3 and 4 Extra Coal Cook Stoves, r " 1 " 8 Hartley - do, " 3 " 4 Air Tight Wood ; do. . V ' D " 2 " f Premium : do. do.' ' : 1 " V U Cook or Bacholor Stoves. Egg, Parlor and. Chamber Stoves of beautiful dosigo, Fancy Grates, Fenders, etc., etc., all ." t-cdnced prices, at the Ohio Foundry Waremoms, Market street. SHAEP ft CltAIG. Steubuuville, Jan. 1,1855. , , : . . . .'.-a UNIONMARBLEWfJRkS.' (V MULDOON 6s CO.i corner of 4lh f an'd Market Streets, keep constantly on and a large and splendid stock of all kinds of marble work, consisting of Monuments, Tomb and Head Stones. Marble Mantles kc. Ao. J'.They are prepared to execute every variety of design ; in the best possible stylo, n ork will badooo at bsstcrn prices and- full satisfaction given to customers. : ' -. Stenbenville.Oct. 17th '53-1 y. "WAGON ANDCARRiAGESH0P npiIE undersifnel would respectfully in- form the public that they have ente-ed in toco-partnership, and are carry I ngort the above business at the stand formerly occupied by X. M. Brister, South 3d St., between ,UaiHai.d Market Streets. From their kuaw ledge uf the business, they hope to be able to give satisfac tion t their patrons. , ; . , , . - .: i j. A liberal share of custom is respertfully so licited." ' Joair KssMit, " . October !)Tth '53 1-y. - k.3.VLc3vet. UutiHg iHbor, ensi.uug me in..iner io ,v .orm " " c'unMires j Erew VtHU f. pettUeil in l!;e enou.vor w r. liel?mietVlh?(iZ 10 "i lrC tt t i lbs richest putterm ; American and Kilia , from the physicians, but all in vain . as a TheHe P.llsKhoulAi.otbe taken by omules 9 s.Iaiu del.li.es Persian's. c iuX1ntm v ,w reromtrlendaiion f f inj during the first three months or pn-gnane y, v, " .... nattcrna Uiuir- ' , , u , . . aMhey are sure to bring on miscarriage, but ' J rentlb Menlioj 1 '"' "fa brother, I procured some of .Sellow I.iv- at any other time they are afc. . . "H; r"'?" t er Pills at your store, and 1 found a grea lu all esses ol i.rrvous ana spinal an.-inns, i r - r yRr, Crown Molina relief from their llC, anU III lUe contirt lowness of spirits, llys terics. sick headache.', X0" c'-t '. Sheeii ; t- w Y ircverrd my liealih. white, and all the painful disease, ocrssioncd alL1?J i- IlAXNAU COMPSTO.V , Iby.disordelsy ten., these pillswillef . .., . UewFftlUnd.Wiator Ooodil AT 0. & J. SCOTT'S, 70S 1859. . . , 1 I W t- r now opening in our ww uuiiu i.,g. on Market St., of lb" lre j snJ most exunsite stock of Fall slid Winter Dry O.ind. .Trirum'uurs ic. ever received; Our Vtck of dris good we believe i much luiier anu ricorr loan ""j w .-ic,w.... , received, comprising the newest and richest j jroods in Market. Mack Dress and MnutilU , Silks, from 40c to $l.?S;.Kirli Hrml and: Striped do : nam sua rancy coioren oum i vti-u fin nnnlitv and tiew SIVIe Prciieh I ingSi very low prices. BosxstsI Bonnit ! A large and extensive stock of Fall and Winter ltonn' ts, Hedord and English straw, colored Brilliaiits and Bel grade, Split Straws,' with rolled edge, etc., etc. Miuiasar DerAATJim. We are innnufac turing extensively uuder the personal auper- inleiidei.ee of Miss Armstrong, iroin new York, lbs latest Erench styles f Suliii, Silk, Velvet and Mouniinir Bonnets; Dress caps and, . , . L 5 1 . .x..M.nk head dress, a stock of which is kept constant ly on hand and made at the shortest notice to order. Every pains will be taken to please the taste and give satisfaction to our numer ously increasing customers iu this department Bonnets of the late French patterns now re ceived. Shawls 1 Shawls I Broeha, square and longj of the richest patterns ; Stella do, an entirely now article ; Pri nted J udiruere long and square Woolen Shawls at very low prices. TaiiiMi.NGS t.i evest vasistt. W.e can offer at this time the most extensive stock of Dress Trimming in the city ; Watered Caloons from to 62c, of black and the richest fancy col ors ; Marabo and Moss Trimmings, something very rich and entirely new ; Velvet, Plush and fune.v triinmiiiira in evcrr variety : cords aud Tasbels, Fringes, Trimming Laces, Gloves, etc.; hair Frunts and Curls, Mohair lnaJ Drop"; etc., etc. EsiaaoiutaiKS Superb French Collavs, Cham. isetts and Uudersleeves, Jacconet aud Swm lCd Kings mid Insertiugs, uew patterns; Swiss and Jacconet Flounciugs, etc.; a large assoit mentof full and half mourning collais. chcm iitettea and sleuvos, dec. ... October 31, si. 'LOAKS ! CLOAKS '.There will be J oncned on Mondav. the 22 of Oct., l O. 4 J. Scott's, a large aud beautiful stock of llich Cloaks, of entirely new patterns oct. XI F ADIES' FANCYSFURS-Now open- i-i ed at the Rooms of G. Si J. Scott, one of the largest and richest stocks of Fitch, Stone Martin, Lynx, Siberian squirrel and Coney, Victoriucs, Pelerines and cuffs, which will be old cheap. oct.S4. cheap The Greatest Mclidal Dlscovety of the Age. rT Tr T?XTTT.srir i- i 1 :. Jl Mil. n.JiiiiiUi, oi Avuoury una uis- covered in one ot ourcoMKox fasti'sk wu:ds a remedy that cures EV1S11Y KIND OF 1IU.MOU, from the worst scrofula down to a common pimple. He has tried it in over 1100 cn-v.ii, -.id never failed except in two cates, (both thunder hu mor.) He has now in his posessiou over two hundred certiorates or its virtue, all wiilnti twenty miles of Bosson. Two bottles are, warruuted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. Two to three bottles will clear the svstem of biles. I Two bottles are warranted to cure the wors canker iu the mouth and stomach. Three to. five bottles are warranted to cure the wars', case of Erysipelas. Une to two bottles am warranted to cure al humor in the eyes. I wo bottles are warranted to cure runuins of the ears and blotches among the hair. four to six bottles aro warranted to cure cor rupt and running ulcers. Or.e buttle will cure scaly emotions of the skin. Two to three bottles are warrauted to cure the worst case of ringwot in. 1 wo or three. bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted lo cure the suit rheum. Five to cighl bottles will cure the worst case of scrofula, k benefit is always experienced from ihc first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the abevu quantity is taken. Reader, I peddled over a thousand bottles of this in the vicinity of Boston. I know the ef fect of it in every case. (. So sure as water wil) extinguish fire, mi sure will this cure litimnr. I never sold a bottle or it but that sold adother ; after a trial it always speaks for itself. There are two things 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 uutil I discov ered it in 184G second, that it should cure all kinds of humor. In order tu give some idea of the (ilddeh rise and great popularity of tho discovery, I will slate thai iu April, 185', I peddled it, mid sold about six bottles per day it. April, 1851, 1 sold over one thousand bottles per day df it. Sonie of the wholesale Druggists who have been iu business twenty aud tbirty years, say that nothing in Iho annals of patent medicines was ever like it. There is a universal praise of it from all quarters. In my own practical always kept it strictly ior iiuuiurs uui, since us iiiiroaucuon ass gen eral family medicine great: aud woudorful vir tues nave been round in it that 1 never suspect eu. .. Several rases of epileptic fits a disease which was always considered iucnraMo, have been cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercy if it will prove effectual iu all cases of that aw ful malady there a-e but fow who have seen more of it thau I have, ' I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of Ihcin aged peojde, cured by it. From the vari ous diseases of the Liver, sick headache, Dys pepsia, asthma, fever and ague, pain in the aide, diseases of the spine, and particularly in dis eases of the Kidneys, etc , the discovery has done more good thsu any medicine ever known, ' No change of diet ever neoecessary eat the best you gut and enough of it. - Manufactured by DONALD KENNE DY, Ntf. 120, Warren St. lloxbury. Mass. Trice S1.00. Wholesale Agents.'- New York Cttv. C. V Clickncr, 81 Barclay street; C H. Ring, 192, Broadway, Rushton it Clark, 275 Broadway ; A. u. A u. sands, luu t ulton street. General wholesale agents Western Pa flea. II. Keyser, Pitthburg, ar.d Jas. P. Fleming Al leghniy City. T. II. Logan, Wheeling Va. For sale by U. D. MORRISON and LIENING St MELVIN, Steub.. Ohfo. July 11. ' ' - CLOTHING! CLOTHING ! ... A NEW STOCK OF FASHIONABLE TkhL AND WINTER CLOTH1SO AT GUTTERMANN'S, Market Street, . .: One Door below Fourth. rPIlI3 Establishment as usual offers the s-. best assortment in litis oily of Ready Made nl .n.:.... n..- 'n.Aj. L... ....1 viuLiiuig, ucniiv r in iiiiiii, wwmi .n.w a,tu caps. Travelling Trunks, Carpet Bags 4c. The subscriber is rv'spsoifnlly solicitiiicf th natronatre of his frieuds and ll.tf publio at larire, and invites purchasers to th examination of his stock. - :... - The superiority of his goods in selection of material and carotin manulaclur, is a long conceded ftict, and being determined to please, he is ohViuw now the best stock of Clothing, at lower .'pile ihuu any olLui Luubuiu Ui city. - . . - If you wish to save money and timo in pur chasing a first rnte suit of clothing, call at FRED. GUTTERMANN'S. Steub.. Market st., op door beleW FourtX ect 31-3rA. Pittsburgh AB7rnii:;- nHho onlr true and genuine Liver prepared bv K. V.. Sillers. t ... II I. ...!. iau.i'ii u.i .ujiiu . . j f j. , 1 'L.' 8 "Ul) 1 ,, , 7 I low SulTortrS. t that 1 IlJ"0l'r; , 1(.t resl iciirf Ii-mi " " . j )ave uifcrt-J severely Aith the J.ivrr LMiiipI.ilut IT aevi-rai f -ars. o much so that both mjr fiinud uve thought I coulil not survive but a ...nri tinit.. Much iiiouev luvu beca I ant the husband of Hannah Comps- ton; I think Sellers'1, nils a superior, medicine, and believe that they were th uteans of saving mi wife's life. " JACOB COMPSTOX. To Tut PfBLic The original onlr true and genuine Liver Pills are prepared. by R. E. Sellers, anrthave his name la . . f . , f LI I black wax upon me iiu 01 eacn us, unu his signature on lite outside wrappcr-J-all ; others sre counterfeits, or Base Imitations." R. E. SELLERS & Co., Proprietors, And for sale by Heninjj & Melvin Steubenville, Ohio-. , dcc5-4t . ' FURNITURE I . ' ' . RYAN'S BUILDINGS,' -Pittsburgh. 1 . ' 'PIIE subscriber would respectfully In-; forro his friends and the public, that he baa purchased the interest of his lats partur aud .' U now sole proprietor of this great Cabinet and fihir Maiinfacturinfr Establishment, the most- ! extensive aud complete of 'JiC kind iu the eoun. try. Vitli a stock' ofbveiohe million fel-t of choice ' lumber well seasoned, ami a strong force of first rata mechanica, ha will coinmnicii opera iioiis In a few days, hn he will be ready tu4 attend to the orders of his uumcrous friends aud customers. .,"' .,, , A variety of new styles of Futnliurb will U inlrodiiceo and sold at low prices. , , . Particular attention will bigiven tothe man-' ufacturing of Furniture suiUule for Steawboata audHotels which will be sold on accommodating , terms and tit prices that will defy competition, Cane Se!tt Chairs made at this establishment Sn much admired for durability aud Ueataesa ; of design ill be sold at the reduced price of . f s,au to SO per set. . Scroll sawiugana turning 01 au Rinds dons , to order. . HTHobtriH w ith Steam iiwr tn rtnt.jrj) Veneers, Varnish, hair cloth, Vlulllny and . Cabinet Makers finding .generally always on hand and will be sold to the traie at a email advance ou Eahlern ca prices. H. H. UYAS, 31, rifih ' oc j. . rituburgh. i . 1. eiLLRTia- ' v risaaixa. ' ... J. J. GILLESPIE CO. , I OOZING- GLASS Manufacturers an " Dealers in Looking Glsss Plates, Plai glass. Engravings. Comb-, add Fancy Goods, Xo. 7$,- Wood Street, Pittsburg-, Pa. ILTOii hand and made to order, tlilt Pier and " Mantle Glasses; Mahogsny, Rosewood, Wal nut aud gill Frames, or Moulding of ever de scription. - - "".ii (LTSieaiuboai Cabin decorated and giltS sept, au-.tm. . Woodwell'i Furniture and Chain, Vr HOLES ALE' and Retail, embracing ' every variety of Furniture, in Rosewood, ; Mahogany and Walnut, suitable for Parlors. Chambers and Diuincr Rooms, eaual to any ia New York or Philadelphia, and al lower prices; " every article made by hand and warrentM. -., ' -, lUTUubinet Makers supplied witu any quan ,n lity Of Furniture and Chairs on reasonable terms Hotels and SLeamboiitm furuikhed at tl e shaft- - est notice. . Warerouius uos, 77 aud 70 Third Street, Pitta- ' burgh. , sept. S6-ly. '.SHORTEN & BR0. MANLFACTVUER3 Ot ALL KINDS OT .is RAVELING aad Packing Truuks, in - lises, Ladies' Bonnet Boxes, etc., corner of Wood and Liberty Streets. also comer Wood aud 5th Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa. f ET Wholesale ordors promptly filled at tu owest possible prices. Kopairiug U.ina In tH best order, sent. 'Jb-bm; FALL OOODSI-.ny-'-W ih-ii if iiv u vwii-i'u jr nil No. 54 Wood Stbbit, - - X ' PITTSBURGH, PA., Have now iu store a full assortment ef '' , IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC :' DRY G03DP, " Ayhicb will bo kept well ASionrEfc ttf- '. ', Id IM Mi80!T. y '.I::-; t i-'-' " Sept. 5,-3ai. '-z.;:i D EDU CfrFlilC ES. My Store i : now nueu wiin acnoiceseiectioa,oi waKns, clocks, Jewelry, Ae., which I have reduced id " he lowest Dossible nncas : warranting 13. ka- raU gold lever for $25,00 ; clock 50 cents, and V . miicr iniugn in proportion; wiiigii re isti, man i ne retail traders uava ror tnen tu aoyoi the eutern'eittes. ,. " ". - . ', ' RIITHK. AND RCASON. , nfw Mnan,., r. nv rnnA 'i.Mrl K..i H A K.I.V r - ' Are good reasons voti know ; so come without - risk : tu CRAIG'S Jewelry Store. - In KK1 HA nl IS H II IK i.. : i .. 3. C. dec,l9-Gtn. M'SEE, Proprietor. HARE'S HOTEL, - . MO. 133 UBEttTY STRtKTi . ' J Mouth'of Fifth Street, - ' PITTSBURGH, PJt. . SAMUEL HARE, Proprietor. : - :. - dec.l9-ly.' ' Brush Factory. .. BRUSH.ES AND FANCY GOOD3 Wholesale end Retail, at " ', D. ST 1 WART'S,' ; No. 26 Fifth Street, PittsburgliJbetweea Wood and Market. dec. 19-3ot fPOOTll ACHE ia readily cured tj Dr. Keyser Tooth Ach Remedy. Sold at Ken ning (k Melvin's, and prepared by Dr. George H. KeyRer, wholesale Druggist, Pituburgh Pa. sept ,2G-ly. ..' , . - ; Drugs! Drugsll DrusilH RE. SELLERS, Wholesale prugst, Corner Wood A 34 Sircet, PUtbur'l. Pa. sept.2Q'65-ly, , ;.:?, . . ,. Barbers and Fancy Hair pressors. nHK subscribers would auuouuc ii the ciliacna of Stcubsnyill and viciulsy," that they hay entered into o nnrturrsbip tn the above buiines, and r reailr to wait on customers at their establishment, whir prompt attention willb (jiv'en to thw4 who fuvurUx-'U with a call ' . ; Shop on the Kortb-tast corner of Third an Market streets, uuder Hie storo of i'cv,r iyUK'ieriy, oiei oenvjjiB, vino. March. 29. IhMi I.VRTOTT imPPt9 c y Eh: Whol'istile and Retail Tobncuo)iit yEEFS coiuuuily cu LutuUu'.l kiost.-" niffnulactuied tobuece, eiirnrs unit Ankles sold by hliu are waircutad to La uf tla best quality. . . Shop on Market Street, onth sido, nt t- Mow sixth ttroot, and opposite 3a.;h'a t.. j i t . I building. Steubenville, sept. 13 '3J-1 .1