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f rne:iiicrif(in.- ;.TIii piTUENi Bank still continues to ' pay interest on deposit. D.' Moodt. ' -in Agency, f We have engaged the services of Mr, M. P. Edwaeds as our agent to solicit sub. crilr i and advertising, and to collect , money for the. Ted American. ,any bu- siness transacted by him for the True American will be endorsed by us. ! Now is the time for the friends of Americanism to put forth "a helping hand," We are upon , the eve of a great political contest, in which - Americanism and Foreignerism will try .'.their strength, The Trub Americas will as heretofore, continue to advocate the for mer and to oppose the latter. Give us your patronage friends of freedom, and our paper shall be all that it purports; V 8tbubenvim,b Herald This paper presents a very fine appearance in its lust few issues, since the Herald office has been replenished by the accession of new and tastefully selected typo. The propri etor, Mr. Allison, is entitled to great cred it for his persevering industry in providing the ways snd means for the publication of ''' handsome journal and Mr. Campbell the gentlemanly Foreman is worthy of high commendation for his mechanical skill and careful attention to his branch of t lie business. We are inclined to the opin ion that a better Foreman cannot , be found in the State. If the editorial department should keep pace with the me chanical improvement, the Herald is des tined to become one of the most popular papers in the west. ;r CTpraham's Magazine for May is on our table. It is an excellent number 'with some very fine engravings. The earnestness with which the lady in one ' of them gazes on the distant Vessel, sug gests the idea that there is some one on . board in whom she takes a special inter est. 1 he former publisher, A. II. See, has no longer any connection wi,h this Magazine, having disposed of his right, " title and interest in it to Watson & Co., who will publish it hereafier. Graham's ,'Magazlne has of late been steadily in creasing in interest and circulation, and is worthy of a still more extensive pat ronage. The new publishers will, no doubt, be able to Busiaiti its high reputa tion, and make it one of the best mnga zii es in the country. .-, Terms. One copy one year in ad Vance $3; two copies $5 5 five copies (and one to the person getting up the club) $10. Address Watson & Co. No. 5i) South 3d St., Philada. .C7Sucli a lot of Stone Ware as is to be seen at McCarty's Grocery on 3d St., has never before been exhibited in this city. Manufactured from the best male. rial, and by the very best workman, the article are handsome as well as durable. Crocks, Pitchers, Jugs, &c, &c, in eve. ry variety can be supplied by wholesala or retail to purchasers. ' "Knowing the great inconvenience oureitizens were put to last season for the want of this article, McCarly anticipating the wants of the present season, has determined to supply . ihein, that there may be no more griimb ling. But if you wish to purchase, now is the time, for it is said that the stock is rapidly diminishing. .f .'C7"It will be gratifying to many of oiii readers to learn that with this issue of our paper we finish the printing of the laws selected for publication in this county. ' We intend in our next number to resume bur usual style of literary, po . Iltical aud news matter. " StacjAi Notice. A meeting of the -members of the American party will be )(heldat Scott's Hall, on Saturday, the 10th inst., at74 o'clock, P. M. There is business of great importance for the consideration of the Council to be trans ; actdd. It is hoped, therefore that there will be a full meeting, at least that as . many will be present as can crowd into v the room, and if it should be found nec ..canary, the meeting may perhaps adjourn to the Court House. - C. 0, V. JCJTBy the advertisement of Mr. J ' -Little, Merchant Tailor, which we puh- lish, ii our paper of this week, it will be t tit t1 . . ;.aeen that this gentleman has removed Jo . the ; store room formerly occupied by Messrs. Thatcher and Kerlin, Wsouth 3d 'treel, seeond dodr from Market. ' Mr. L. has opened out a most splendid store, 'and is fully prepared to compete with jny establishment in the city,' both In Utyle and price. He is a fair and gentle- 'marjfy dealer, and entitled to a liberal "pa'ironage.,; '..;' , ' .;,'": V'.'"' '.ICPTrue to our promise, on Monday ast'weiook 'mir friend Henry H. Bristor, of ;the Frank lin House, at Jiis word, and . pnirfamily parto6l of his ho, pitallty at his dining tab!e.' 'lwi 'and "its 'oellef half know how ' target up 'a . good dinner ; ".; ,7 ; . . fit ICrThe Er-llon. Amos Jones .' an .pears iln' an article of about one column in Iht. Union of last evening, quita in' a "?? 'l '"r h'av'ng ",P"k,n of him as .pmgoguB." ' He says som$ things that he douhtless thinks are very, ''hard." .jbutwe think them very "soft." He ' tills .upon us to .Viet, fiim alone.,,l VVill Am'n: well take you at your wordV-V mi us a Kui wnet) yen torn Id town. . (rWe call attention to the advertise ment of Oliver Kills, in this paper. Our young friend has purchased the entire interest of Dr, Louis Hells in the Drug Store on 3d street, and is now sole proprie tor. ' ' The taste displayed by. Oliver in the re fitting the rooms of the Medical Emporium is highly creditable, both to the proprietor and to our city, A more gentlemanly and trustworthy dealer cannot be found in the city than in the person of Oliver Kells. We wish him great success in his business he is worthy of extensive patronage. fjirTiM is again on hand with one of the largest snd most tastefully selected etocke of Dry Goods in the city. There is nothing of the old fogy connected with Tim's business transactions he keeps up fully with the improvement of the age, and can always supply articles of the la test style, best quality, and on the most reasonabl terms. See advertisment and give him a call. ICT'Fisukr & McFeely have just re ceived and are now opening out their sec od slock of Spring goods. A better assort merit of Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, &c., of every variety nf size and style cannot be found in the city. They are also pre pared to furnish work to order at the shortest notice, of the very best material and got up by the )pst workmen. Fish er & McFeely are too well and to favora bly known in this community to stand in need of any endorsement by an editor. Give them a call. Coroner's Inquests. Coroner Mcln- tire was sent for on Saturday, to hold an inquest on the body of a man, found on the same afternooon in the Bend, two miles above this city. The jury found him to be a man about five feet fonr inch es high no perceivable marks of vio lence had on gray tweed pants, check shirt, net under-sliirt, with no money, papers or other properly. Supposed 10 have been drowned accidentally. On Sunday evening, the body of a German girl, was found floating in the mouth of Wills Creek. She appeared to be about. 16 years of ae, dressed in a muslin chemisette, blue drilling clothes, no chocs, and no papers on her body. The jury, this morning; were of the opin ion thai she came to her death by drown ing, and not by means of any violence. P. S. A third body was found in the Bend, shortly after noon to-day, Ii proves to be that of Rev. S. Moodey, of Ashland, Ohio, who was drowned on the 4th uli at Wellsville. The watoh and papers all give the same name, as above The inquest has not yet been held. Herald, The body of Rev. S. Moodey, which was round on Monday last, was so fully identified, that it was deemed unnecessa ry to hold a Coroner's inquest. On Tuesday the corpse were taken by his friends to Ashland, by way of Wells ville. A Good Result from Americanism. The Americans of Connecticut incor porated into the Constitution of thai S ate, an amendment requiring all electors to be able to read the Constitution and statutes of the State. The good result of litis measure recently manifested itself in a 10 wii not far, from New Haven, where ilie Locofocos opened a school to teach a number of Irishmen to read, to enable them to vote that ticket. This fact should not go unimproved. There can be no doubt that in Pennsylvania the votes of ignorant foreigners have controlled the elections, generally, for the last 30 years. From llto late census, we are justified in saying, thai thete have been cast, for years, fifty thousand votes by foreigners who know little more about ihe principles involved iii ihe political contests, than ihe cattle and horses bought and sold by ou farmers. Theso votes have uniformly, as a body, been cast with the locofoco party. By them, the Whigs, their prin ciples aud their candidates have constant ly been beat down and trampled upon and crushed. Does any one doubt it ?-7-Dre any one doubt it ? Flow then cm a Whig any friend of Clay or Scott, or of the defeated candidates of the Whig par ty for Governor, Congress, and oilier im portant offices, go over to the Sag Nicht Democracy, and save them from, annihi lation by the American party I Have the Whigs not suffered enough from for eign votes ? Have they forgotten their snuggles, defeats and losses I Can they consort and herd with the ignorant, un cultivated and turbulent foreigners? It is not possible. No honest Whig, who sinod by the principles and candidates of his party faithfully can crouch to the par ty iliat smote them or will not spurn the enemy that used every' means, no mailer how foul, to crush them,, If there be any so destitute of respect for himself, his party, its principles and its candidates, as to be willing to Wallow with the for eign herd, they are fit subjects 1 for loco foco use, and should join Teag O'Regan and Vottersnopper without delay. -He would disgrace the American cause. Lan catttr Whig. 1 1 - , . 1 . Iflt -. Mail RoBBBRT.nother great mail robbery was perpetrated at Toledo, on Fri day nieht.' Thethrourn letter bair from New York to Chicago, was found in a vai cant car in the depot building, cut open the letters;' all overhauled and robbed of valuable -sontents. No clue to the robber is yet had. Post Office agents are on the search. We should think the: late heavy robberies of the mails would induct great er vigilance among the route agentrand mail men J (3ftftdpky Regiater, $?d.ujt. Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia.. THOMAS LATCHFORD says: - . ConsGTos, Ohio, Dec! 527, 1853. 'My vifahoa been affected with the Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia for a number of years, during which tiin I bare spent a great deal for doctoring, but she received very little beueht therefrom, aud finally the doctors said she could not be cured. Last spring she con cluded to try Hooflahd's Geuun Bitters ; ihe took two bottles, and ever since taking them she has been Mtt to attend to her business. 1 have sold quite a number of bottles tbro' ber recommendation, and si far as I can learn,' it has given satisfaction to all." . , . See advertisement. , . aprl0-2w. Fits! Fits! Fits! Persons laboring under this distressing mnl- ady will find Dr. Hakcs's Epileptic Tills to be the only remedy ever discovered for, Epilepsy or Falling fi's. These Pills possess a specific action on the nervous system; and' although prepared especially for the purpose of curing Fits, they will be found of especial benefit to all persons afflicted with Weak- nerves, or whone nervous system has been prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. The dys peptic patient, whose stomach has lost the power of duly converting food into a life sus taining element, is relieved by a single course of the extraordinary Pills. The gastrio fluid re-acquires its solvent power, and the crude nutriment whtch was a load ai.d a burden to the sufferer, while his digestive organization was paralysed and unstrung, becomes under the wholesome revolution created in the system the basis of 6trenght, activity, and health. Sent to any part of the country by mail, roe of postage. Address Srru S, Hanci. 108 Baltimore Street, Baltimore, IVJd. Price one box, $3; two, t5; twelve, $24, ' RETAIL PRICES OF FLOUR. At the Steubenville City Mills. ;' 3?bbl fl96lbs lOflfc!, Superfine.;.,,, $5.75 - $5,50 2.75 Extra,.;.; 6,75 5,75 Q,S8 Fine., 4.25 4,00 2,00 WHEAT We are giving, to-day, in cash, for best white and red whent 1,10; for ordina ry red 1,05. RYE 50c. COKN-27c. OATS 18c. 11. Gkisixman. Mar2G. Stubenviile Wholesale Market True American Office May 7 Flour For good superfine, $5,75 ; ex tra, $0,00. Wheat $l,05al, 10. Groceries Sugar in hhds. and bbls. 10; New Orleans Molasses, new crop 40i47; Syrup 60a65y Rio Coffee 13c. Grain Corn 27c ; Oats 18. Bacon Hams 12ial4, shoulders and side 7a8. Hogs SS.'iSaS.SO, net, per 100 lbs. Butter 18a2l) for fresh roll; solid packed 14a 15. Lard 9a 10 cents. Rice 7c per lb. Tobacco Six twist, J3al4c ; 5s, 8s, and 10s, 21a25 lb Lump, 29 ; Caven dish, 35 to 45. Fish Mackerel No, 3, $8.00 per bbl. Dried Fruit Apples $1,00 per bushel. Peaches -1,50 per bushel. BTOTBEFVIILE BETAH MAEKET, True American Offici May 7 Butter, gtou table, per lb. Cheese, new milk, per lb. Egys, perdoz Beef, by the quarter u fresh, per lb. corned dried " Pork, per lb. " salted, per lb. Hams, per lb. ; " sugar eured Shoulders and Sides Lard, per lb. Veal, per lb. Mutton, per lb, Lamb, per quarter Chickens, each Geese, each Turkeys, Wood, per cord VEGETABLES. Beans, per peck Buckwheat Flour, per lb. Hominy, per quart Potatoes, per peck Onions, per peck Cabbages, each Turnips, per peck FRUIT. Apples, per barrel : " dried, per bushel Peaches, dried, pei bushel OR0CKRIE8, Sugar, brown, per lb "Crushed; per lb. Maple Sugar . Coffee, Old Java, per lb. ' Rio,, Tea, Young Hvson, per lb. " Black; Oolong ' Rice, per lb. . , ' . ' , Salt Retails at .. , Flour, extra, per bbl Fine and Superfine, Hay per ton, good common " " good Timothy 20. 12( 8c $4,00a5.00 8al0c 8a9c 12c 8a9c 10c 12c lGu 8al0c 12al2ic 5:i6e 5a8c 37a50c 12al5c 3Ia37c 8c per lb $2,00a2,50 50u56c 4c 5c 12c 12c 2a5c i 10c 75al.00 $1,25 $1,62 11c 12.1c ' 12c 18 - ' 14c 50ca$1.00 50a75 9c $1.88a2.00 $6'25a8.30 5.75;.C,t)0 $8a9 $9il0 ; ROAD NOTICE. . ; JOTICE is hereby given that on the " first Mondav of June next a ni.titlnn will be presented to the Commissioners of Jeffdr son county, praying for the location snd es tablishment of a con nty road from the plank road opposite D avid Comley'a in Sraithfield township( 0 run byway of Jacob Barf hurst' s house, or near, for merly the possession of M. Scott, from thence near the lower extremity of Robert Prnnpio' meadow from thence tn Jamna Vorheg' mjii fr0m thence to intersect the road leading from Bloomfleld to Little York at or nearthe residence of S. McNary Esq. in Wayne township. ' ' ' JOHN LAINNINU, mtyf VX: JAMES COMLY: , " ' ' ' J LITTLE , MERCHANT TAILOR, CLOTHING ANU FURNISHING STORK, THIRD STREET, two doors (rom A Market, Steubenvills, Ohio, would re pectfully inform the public generally that he lias commanoed business in the above line, with a large asortmeutaf Cloths, Oaisimeres and Vesting; of every variety, .which he U prepared to mak to order in the best - style and shortest notice. Also, a large assort ment of furnishing goods sonsUting of Shirts, Drawers, cravats, eolUrs, pocket hdkfs, Stocks etc. . r-j , ' , , Also, a rood assortment of cheap Ready Made Olnthuiir eot up in the best style and well made and adapted to the Spring and Sum mer trade. i , -.-i-.. . The advertiser bavinr emerience and prao- ticeof eiittinir for a long time ht few confi dent of his ability to . serra the nubllo. Try hirn-eha wjll gvt you agooojfjt, .Ml HEW ADVEB.TISEME3ST8. ARRIVAL. AND ' FRESH A NEW STOCK OF DRUGS. MEDICINES, , ... CHEMICALS, i 1 COLORS, etc., etc., Just received at the Mediral Hall. ThiB stock has been selected with great care, from a res ponsible house and all article are guaranteed to be of the st-icte st purity and best quality, so that Physicians can rely on them; Families can rely on them; Dealers can rely on them, aud the public can rely : not only on. their quality and freshness, but also on the care and caution with which every article sold at this establishment is put up. , , ICTPhysicians prescriptions carefully com pounded at all hoius Of the Day orNivht JT1 OLIVEK KELLS, ltfedical HalfT May 7 Ihjrd Street.' FE W DOZEN of the Electric Od, just received by ' OlivbrKslu , ''- Medical Hall, Third Street. AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL and Cathartic Pills, a fresh supply' just received snd for sole by Oliver Kklls, may7 . : ' ' Medical Hall'. TJOERHAVE'S HOLLAND BIT-"- T ERS, for dyspepsia, just recieved and forsale by i Olivbe Kills, Medical Halt. 17 EY STONE STATE," Saponifier "or Concentrated Ley, for making soap one cake of which will make 15 gallons soft soap just received and forsala by Olivw Kkll, Waj7 Medical Hall. NOTICE. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compoun- ' di'd at all hours either day or night hy OiiVEaKeLLS. Medical Hall, : my7 . Third Street. SHERIFF'S SALE. lsoian W.uraftou - i Y virtue of i tv V5' n 1 r, t an order of Ohio Diamond Coal Co. ) sale issued out of Dlf virtue thecourt of common picas for Jefferson county and Siateof Ohio, bnarinir date tha second iln of May A. D. 1856 and to me directed I will utter and expose to sale by public vendue aud outcry on the promises of the Ohio Diamond Coal Company, in Saline township and coun ty of J.'fTi'rson and Stiito of Ohio, on SATURDAY, the 17th day of May, 185G, ueiwren me uours 01 iu ociock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m of said day, the following goqds add chattels to-wit: one lot of rye supposed iv uk mi uumiuis, one oesK. seven ch.iirN. nn table, one powder safe, one oil can, one cIock, one uugsy.one sen 01 Harness, cart and gears two sett harness, one lot of hay, one bay mule, one gray mule, one gray pony. evmi hundred and seventy railroad ties, nnnlwl. lows and set of blacksmith tools, one tttove anu pipe, one lot or coal, nine small bank cars, eiKnieeri. large IjaiiK cam, one ox wagon, one lot of square tiuiber.three coal sercens.one 101; 01 oui metal, twenty-iliree pieces of wood pipe, two cables, one sleigh, thirteen railroad ues, one cant noon and ladder, one lot rye in sheaf and one lot of coal up Blocs. House run Terms of sale cash. JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, Steubenville, May 7, 185G 13IIIDGE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the first Monday ot June next, a petition will ba presented to the Commissioners of Jeffer son county, praying for the erection of a JJrtdge across fchort Creek, at the end of David Lotnly's lane. Dated this 26tliday oi April, looo. 1, - JOHN LANNING, may7 JAMES COMLY. SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING! NEW STOCK. E FROM MAN & CO. respectfnlly in- form their friends and the public that their new stoca of clothing for the Spring and oiiiiiniui 1 1 iiiiu 1 ii 1 n 11 u 1 iiui.ii reu lor me oieuDen- ville market at their Wholesale Estnhlishmen in Cincinnati, has just arrived. It is larger. more varied, and embraces finer articles than usual. The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vests and nais ann uaps lor men and hoys, Handker chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, Hose, Shirts, and full stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Car pet Sacks, Valies, Umbrellas, ic. Frohman A Co. also keep on hand a full stock of Clotlwund Vesiinys.and manufacture Clothing to order on short notice, at prices that will be satisfactory to purchasers. Fits warranted. Thankful for the very liberal patronage heretofore extended to us We bmc for a con tinuance of it and beg to assure the public that it will be our , constant aim, by dealing honorably, to deserve it. We may be found at the old siiuid, Market street, one door east of the Washington Hall. Give us a cull. ap30,1856. E. FEOHMAN fc CO. Family Grocery for Sale. rFHE SUBSCRIBER, desirous of en gaging in other pursuits, offers for sale his entire Stock of Goods, consisting mainly of Fine Family Groceries, to which is added a small stock pi Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ac. The stand is one of the best in the city, aud has a largo run of excellent customers, thus offering inducements to those desirous of em barking in the business rarely to bo met with. A lease of the premises, ending on the 1st of April, 1857, will also be dispnsed of along with the stock. WM. McCARTY A CO., apr30, '56 if. Third St., Steubenville. .. ; ; , ELI T. TAPPAN, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, Steubenvills, Ohio, H AS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO Market Street, nearly nnnoshe the Jeffer son Brunch Hank, in thi room lately occupied by D. L. Collier and J. R. Meredith, Esq's. ' apr30,lU56. . . , . WALL PAPERS. W1 E are now opening one of the largest and best stocks of PAPER HANGINGS & BORDERS, ever before offered in this city. The Best Material Is used in trie manu. facture of these papers and the styles will he found to be , , LATE AND DESIRABLE. Our prices are such that purchasers will find it to their advantage to call and exam ine our assortment. TOWN & COUNTRY DEALERS supplied at a small advance-, of Eastern Prices; The highest price paid for rags. . , Mcdowell & co., . Wholesale & Retail Paper Dealers. Mar ket St., Steubenville. ap23-0m . ' 1 BOOK BINDERY.' HAVING in a great measure refitted our : Bindery, wo ore now prepared to do all kinds of Book Binding, neatly and expe ditiously. We pay particular attention to the manufacture of Blank Books of all kinds for County Officers, Banks, Railroads,; Merchants, dec. .; ' Merchants will find our stock of Full and Half Bound Cap Blanks, Can. Letter. Not and Fancy Papers, Envelopes, Pens inK and stationery ot alt kinds to be lame and they will be sold at reasqnablo prices, -ilie highest market price paid tor rags. , Mcdowell. & co., j ; Wholesale nnd Retail Booksellers, Stationers and Book Binders, Market st., 3tenbenville.' ' .y ' ;.? .''.."; School Examiner's N'tloe to Teachers'. The next examination will be held at Rich mond, on Saturday the 10th of Mar next, be ginning at TEN o'clock A. M. Applicants are requested fo be present at the beginning, at which time the hour of Closing! wit uv aiiiiuuiuru. .... - It is nrobabls thct no other examination will be h eld hefoff the Isntor An (runt. ' sy Drdpr of the soard. .JR.U- PB8fiLUaC,-01nfci:W SELLERS' COUGH SYRUP. ;! Without a Rival.' -' :- ' Pitt8buboh, (5lh Ward,) ) ; . . ' ' Feb. 25, 1850. . , ) Mr. R, E. Skllirs.- On the 18th ult. I caught a very severe cold. The niqlit fol lowing, I went to bed earlier than usual; yet, notwithstanding I had slept none the night before, my cough was so severe that I could not sleep, neither could those in the room with me. The person sleeping with me was so much annoyed by my coughing, that hs got up and went to a drug store and bought a bottle of your Cough Syrup, ons posh of which, to my great astonishment, stopped ,ny cough as if by magic. I went to work in the morning, and am now quite well. Yours, 61c, ' ' JOHN DEAN., I hereby certify that I am well acquir ed with the above circumstances, and that the statement given is true, , A. JOHNSON. Prepared and sold by R. E. SELLERS A Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., and for sale by Hen- ing &c Melvin. ATTACHMENT. Devine II-. Cole, Plaintiff,') T1EFORE J. : against V" H.Foster, David Fleming, Defend't. Justice of the reace 01 wayne townsinp, Jeuorson coun ty, Ohio. On the 10th day of April, A. D., 1850, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action for the sum of seven dollars and eighty cents. apr23 DEVINE II. COLE. Dress Goods at G. & J. Scott's. AUR STOCK of Dress Goods this sea- son has been selected with more than usu al care. We would call particular attention to our assortment of Dress Silks, which is su perior to any we have ever offered heretofore. Plain; Barred and striped do. in great variety, Moire ntique Brocade, itc, making in all the most attractive stock of silks ever opened in the city, Together with these we have DU CALS a new article of Dress Goods Crape nierettes, Plain and Fanoy Bcreges, Striped and Plain all- wool Delaines, Burege Delaines, Challles, Crtnshams. Prints &c, of the newest and most approved colors and .styles. aprlS Q.&. J. tSUUTT. New style of Spring Bonnets. 1E arc now receiving at our Millinery Rooms, on Market street, our first Gener al stock of Spring Bonnets, comprising every thing that is new and fashionable in f hat line. We are prepared to offer superior inducements to our customers, as we are constantly receiv ing additions to our stock from tha largest ini' porting and manufacturing houses of New York Blip Philadelphia. we nave now 111 stock, ingnsii imnstauie, Split straw, eleven Braid; Pudale do, Neapoli tan Lace, French do', Misses Gossamer Lace, Misses Gipseys, Flatts of different styles, Bloomeis, ic. We have also Satin, Silk, Crape and Mourninsr Bonnets constantly on hand, and Bonnets trimmed or n-ade to order on the shortest notice and in superior stylo. aprlG (J. & J. SCOTT. . SHERIFF'S SALE. And rew Laky, Jr.,) l?Y virtue of an ex VS. ecution in this Augustus Collins.) case issued out of the court of common Pleas for Jefferson conn ty and State of Ohio bearing date the 27th day of March, A. D., 1856, and to me di rected I will offer and expose to sale by public vendue and outcry at the front door ot the court .house in the town of Steu benville on S FRIDAY, the 23d day of May, a.d. 1856, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m and 4 o'clockpin of said day all the right, title and interest of Augustus Collins in and to the following described real estate lying and being situate in the county of Jerlersoii An State of Ohio, to-wit: A part of sections no. 9 and 15 township no. 6 ranrre no. 2 be ginning for the same at a limestone in the south boundary of section no. 15 where a beech tree 12 inches in diameter bears south 7 deg west 10 links running thence north 14 deg west 76 perches to a stone, a beech tree 6 inches in diameter bears south 604 deg west 9 links and a sugar tree 4 in ches in diameter bears north 824 deg east 10 links "thence north 251 deg west 80 per ches to an iron wood 10 inches in diame ter a spruce pine 2 inches in diameter north 10 deg west 15 links thence north 89 deg east. 153 perches to a stono (Morrison's corner) a sassafras 10 inches in diameter bears south 5 deg west 151 links and a pin oak 12 inches In diameter south 40 deg west 48 links thence south 32 perches to a post, in the run an elm 10 inches in diameter bears north 72 deg west 27 links and a white walnut 6 inches in diameter north 78 deg east 51 links thence north 60 deg east 45 perches to a white oak 15 inches in diameter thence north 82 deg east 64 perches to a maple 12 inches in diame ter a whito oak 12 inches in diameter bears north 86 deg west 43 links thence south 38 deg cast 86 perches t.o a white oak 12 inches in diameter thence south 10 deg west 76 5-10 perches to a post, an iron wood 4 inches in diameter bears south 63 deg west 71inks thence south 894 deg west 52 perch to a plumb bush thence north 69 deg west 16 perches to a stone thence south 77 deg west 21 4-10 perches to a stone near a spring thence south 89 deg west 13 perches to a stone thence south 1 deg cast 18 perches to a stone in the section .line thence south 89 deg west 147 5-10 perches to the place of beginning, containing 325 acres 3 roods and 27 perches, the interest of Augustus Collins in thispropertyisone undividedtbird part thereof, there is a mortgage upon said property of two hundred dollars, the one third part of which said mortgage is a lien against said Augnstus Collins interest in said property,' Terms of sale cash. JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff, Sheriff's office, Steubenville, april 23 1856. ' SALE, ON PARTITION. Reuben Reever et al J DY virtue of an or .vs, : -L der of sale issu James Hendon et al.) ed out of the court of common Pleas for "the county of Jeffer son and State of Ohio in this case bearing date the 28th day of March, A. D. 1656, and to me directed I will offer and expose to sale by public vendue and outcry at the front door of the court house in the town of Steubenville, cn Tuesday, the 20th day of Map, A, D, 1850, between the hours of 10 o'clock a, m. 6nd 4 o'clock p. m. of said day the following described real estate to wjt; .the) south wp6t quarter of section no, 34 township no, 1 and range no. 3 lying and being in the county of Jeffersou and State of Ohio, containing one hundied and seventy-nine and one half acres, subject to the dower estate of Elizabeth Hendon hereto fore assigned therein. Also the east half 6(the north east quorter of section no. 13, township po. 4 and range no, 3 containing 80 acres, and the north west quarter of the porth east quarter of section no. 13, town ship no. 4 of range no.. 3 containing 40 acres) the two last; described tracts of land bofng situate, lying and beingin the coun ty of Guernsey and State of Ohio. . Terms of sale; one tfiird cast) ofi confirmation of Sale by the court; one' third In twelve months and the balance in two years with interest the deferred payments to; be se cured by mortgage on the premises. , t JAMES 11. BLINN, Sheriff. . SherMfc oiRcy Steubenville april 10, $56.. SHERIFF'S SALE, Benjamin Coursin .... 1 I) Y virtue of vs.- .) D ig order William C. Abraham et al) of sale issued out of the court of common Pleas in and for the county of Jefferson and State of Ohio, bearing date the Sd day of April A. D. 1856 and to me directed I will otlcr and expose to sale by public vendue and outcry at the tront door of the court house in tha town of Steubenville and county of Jeffer son, on TUESDAY, the 20th day of May, I80G, beteen the hours of 10 o'clock a. m, aud 4 o'clock p m of said day the following des cribed real estate to wit: the north half of lot no. 431 in Ross addition to the town of Steubenville in the county of Jefferson and State of Ohio. Appraised at fifteen huu drud dollars. Terms of sale, cash. JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's office Steubenville, april 16,1856. SHERIFF'S SALE. DY virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Court of Common Pleas for the coun ty of Jefferson and State of Ohio bearing duto the 25th day of March A. D. 1850 and to me directed, I will offer and expose to sale by public vendue and outcry at the front door of the court house in the town of Steubenville on Tuesday, the 20th day May 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 to wit; lot numbered four hundred and fifty-seven in Dickieoii's addition to tha town ot Steu benville in Jefferson county, Terms of sale cash. Appraised at e even hundred dollars. . . JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriffs office Steubenville, april 16 1856. 4TH ORDER OF SALE. Wolff and Peyton) Y virtue of an or- va. MM Aam nf a.1a in tho James Steel et al) case issued out f tn8 court of common Pleas in and for the coun ty of Jefferson and State of Ohio bearing dato the 26th day of December 1855, and to me directed, I will expose to sale hy public vendue and outcry at the front door of the court house in the town of Steubenville and county of Jefferson on TUESDAY, the 20th day of May, 1856, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M., 4 4 o'clock P. M. of en id day the following described real estate to wit; Lots numbered 331, 3?9 and 333 in Vier's addition to the town of Steubenville, in the county of Jef ferson and State of Ohio. Terms of pale, cash, . . JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff, Sheriffs Offioe Steubenville, april 18 1856. D O CT OR HOOFLAND ' S CELEBRATED' GERMAN BITTERS PSEPABED BV ' 1 Dr. C. M. JACKSON, PHILAD'A, PA. WILL KPFfXTTALLT CL'BK Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Ntrvous Debility, Diseases of tha Kidneys, and all diseses arising from a dis ordered Liver or Stomach. -, Such as Constipa :' tion, Inwnrd Piles, Fulness of blood to the Head Apidity of the Stomach Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Fulness or weight in the Stom , ach, sour Eructations, Sinking or Flut tering at the pit of the stomach, Swim- ' mine of the head, hurried and difficult breathing, fluttering at the heart, Choaking or suffocating sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of Visipn, Dutsofwuba before the sight, Fever and Pull paiu in the Head, Deficiency of perspiration Yellowness of the skin and Eyes, pain in the Side, Back chest, Limbs ic, Sudden : flushes of heat Burp ing in the flesh Constant Ira agings of e- ' vil antt Great ,' Depression of Spirits, The propretor in falling the attention of the public tn this preparation, does so with a fueling of the utmost confidence in its virtues and adaptation to the diseases for which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood the test of a 'ten years' trial before the American people, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar prepara tions extant. The testimony in its favor giv en by the most prominent and well known Physicians and individuals in all parts of the country is immense, and a careful perusal of the Almanac, published annually by the pro prietor; and to be had gratis of any of hjs Agents, cannot but satisfy the most skeptical that this remedy is really deserving the great celebrity it has obtained. Principal Office and Manufactory, No. 9G Arch St Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by (iening cfc Melrin Stcubenvillo, Wm. M. Blackburn, Bloomfield, Smith Lyon, Jlichinond prlGnl5v21y "TgE GREAT ENGLISH REMED. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS. DREPARKD from a prescription of Sir James Clarke, M. D. Physician Extraordina ry to tho Queen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all those painful snd dangerou s diseases iucident to the femal9 con stitution. It moderates all excess, removes all obstruc tions, and brings on the monthly period with regularity. These Pills should be used two or three weeks previous to confinement ; they for tify the constitution, snd lessen the suffering during labor, enabling the mother to perform her duties with safety to herself and child. These Pills should not be taken by females during the first three months of pregnancy, as they are sura to bring on miscarriage, but at any other time they are safe. In all cases of tervous and spinal affections pain in the back and limbs, heaviness, fatigue on slight exertion,, palpitatiou of the heart, lowness of spirits, hysterics, sick headache, whites and all the painful diseases occasioned by s disordered system, these pills will effect a cure when all other means have failed, and although a powerful remedy, does not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or other mineral. Full directions accompanying each package rnce m ine uuuea states aud Lanida, ope dollar. Sole Agents for this country, I. C. BALDWIN ft Co., ' 1 Rochester, if. T. TUTTLE AMOSES, Aubura N. Y., General Agents.. ' ' '. . . . N. B, $1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any anthoaiicd agent, will insure a bptUs of the pills by return mail. ; For sain wholesale and retail by HENING & MELVIN. Stenbenville, and by Druggists generally. dec-. 13. , New Ppring Goods 1850. DOUGHERTY &. BRO, are now re " ceiving thejr stock of Goods for Spring Trade which is very large and desirable, con sisting in part of splendid Moire Antique silks, Flounced Robes, Frenoh Lawns, French Chintses, Striped and plain Bareges. Stella Shawls, Bonnets and. Ribbons, a very large stock of Embroideries, llosiery, Gtnves, Laces Ac.' Also a very Urge stock of housekeeping Goods. " " 1 DOUGHERTY A RRO. ' aprl6 Third and Market Sts., Steubenvite. Wjllianj D. Sorrow, Barber, . "IVOULD respectfully inform his friends ' " and the public, that he Is ready at all times (Snbbath excepted) to wait mon cOsto mers iu his line. Rooms South 4th Street, .ons o or noriA 01 me o ortpn uovu. ' .1 PITTSBURGH ADVERTISEMENT! ' Watches, Clocks, & Jewelry. BAVLNQ just returned from the Ea with a well selected stock of articles in my line, I would call mention to those ia ' want nf a fine Watch, Clock or a complete i set of Cameo gold rona or Mosaic Jewel-, ry, that I am prepared to sell a,t a lower per cent than ever offered betore in th!r city, also a fine assortment of Jet bair, Mo- , hair, Berlin Iron, coral and gold armUta. and necklaces for the summer season.cheap for cash, Having employed soma ofthw best workmen in gold and silver, I am pre pared to make Jewelry to order, or repaif ajl kinds on niott reasonable terras. Alsa a complete assortment of Watch and clock trimmings kept constantly on band at CRAIG'S, . No. 15, Fifth st., second door frqra. Market St., Pittsburgh. ... . WoodweU'B Furniture aaaCliairi, WHOLESALE and Retail, embracing everv varietv of Furniture, in Rosewood. ' Mahogany and Walnut, suitable for Parlors, . Chambers and Dining Rooms, equal to any in ' New York or Philadelphia, and at lpwer prices: : every article made by band and warrenteU. 7 tTOabinet Makern sjnDlied with anri nan- tity of Furnitureaud Chairs 00 reasonabl .rme - Hotels and Steainbqatsfi'i qish.ed st tLs sflorf-, est qotice. . WareroamsnQs.vTaad'-' 1 bird Street, rnttet ; burgh. sept; 2H y. -t SAMUEL McMASTERfc SON. , , TVO. 90 Market street, would respwW ; 1 1 fullr bee leave to call the attention Of tb public to their law and varied 4sortmen,tiof Uentleman s and Uliilureo Hats andlp. 1 Particular attention is requested to pur 'pbjjt ' dren's Fapcy Gods. S. AlcMAoiElt H SUflf, No. 90 Market, St., Pitlaburgt). April 9. J. P I N O H. Animal Black Patent Varnish, whjph U free from all mineral or metalic subt stance, and when applied to iron will aH ttrely prevent rust; it has a beautiful Iqa? tre and is impervious to the weather, It can he applied to all kinds of iron rncM?i ery that is exposed to the atmosphere. It. will be of great advantage to our Steam boat men on our Western Hivers for BUplfc ing their chimneys and machinery, , . April . J. C liNvJll oc uu. , , No. 127 3d St., Pittsburgh Pa. CURTAIN WAREROQM& 0 A K D . Waving reoelvcd my spring assortment "-of Goods. I respectfully invite my friend to give me a call. My stock consists of Broeo ,, tel Satin Delaine; English mixed Detains, Pan . maks and Moreens, Superb Lace Curtains t '. Mini 00., ot all prices, ana new styles no . finish; Rich Cornices of entirely new pater j, ' at various prices. Tassels and Cords of al( ; kinds, for Curtains, Gimps, Fringes, Pqrtaja , Bands of all Patterns; French and Englisk Quilts, Dimely Spreads; Buff Hollands and ; Green do. of all widths; Window shades t , very low prices. In rqy Heading ware-Kooq will he found an , immense stock of Bods, Mattmsses., Bolsters and Pillows, Comfort, Sheets, Pillow Sli"s,Towels, Sacking Bottoms, ' Uhair Uiisluons, Settee seats, few Cusiilqns, nnd every article usually found in an extensiv Upholstery Establishment, keeping thesthjngl ' ready made. can furnish them at qnce, and . without delay. Carpets made sod put flown, Venitian Blinds of all kinds. Blinds painted: and Trimipcd. Roller Blinds fitted up. Orders promptly filled, and Goods carafull packed. ' aptu Wn.fiUlit.K, upholsterer, PitUb iburgn, J iFh Cloths, Cassimeres, Testings, fte., DOUGHERTY & BRO. have fai re-, reived a large stock of the above' Goods, which we are making into good Clothing, a no which we will make to order as low 8S an . house East or west. N. B. Particular attention is invited toons -. ctnrlr nf trnmla for hnvfi wpar. vhinli is vrw VWWB w. , J " , ' - - J large and desirable DOUGHERTY & PRO. aprlC Third and Market 3ts., Steubenville, ' CARPETS ! CARPETS ! I ' , infj PIECES CARPETING no receiving by DouoHBa-rr A boo., eonjiv . ting ol superfine aud fine Tapestry Velvet Brussels, Tliree Ply, Ingrain, Venitian, and other carpets , including royal medalfion w'- , led Venitian, which we can sell at pripes as low as any city in the Uuited States. 0al and exaraius them. DOUGHERTY & BRQ. aprl6 Third and Market sts., Steubenrilliw S LATEST ARRIVAL. SfRING AND BUMMER GOODS. WE HAVE now opened and ready for , ' sale an unusually large and superior stock of Spring apd Summer . DRY GOODS, to which we would respectfully call the atten tion of purchasers. Our assortment embraces, as usual, every variety in the Pry Goods Una. We name in part. ' Fancy Dress Silks. Silk A Lace Caps. ' Striped and bar'd Black LacepV Kmb'd Sleeves, , do Lace. Jaconet and Plain Black Silas, Rich Printed Grena Swiss collars, ' ' gmb'd A Plain L. O. Handierchiefs, Long A Demichantilla Veils, slack crape Vails, " Love do .'' - -Green, sown slue and Verlin sareges. ' Rich assortment Paa- . " sols. ' Large " Straw ,o,n- . nets. Superior Bonnet Hibr bons; Ipfants' A Bojs Straw . Hats. While Berlin cord fo Skirts. r . 1 t 1 ; t. 1 dines, -Plain Colors I llov Crapes D'Orient Satin Stripe ch allies, Flam s f ig d do Printed A Satin Plaid Bareges, , . La Bayadere Bareges, Plain colors do Fig'd Mous de Laines Plain, all wool, do Swiss snd Organdie iawn, Jaconet 1 do Robe do Printed Brilliants, Plain Wliite do Plain & Fig'd Swiss Muslins, Bar'd A Striped do Plain A Bar'd Jaconet do Book and Mull do -f mb'd and Lace cur- tain , do Jaconet A Swiss Edg ing Insertings Thread Laces and ' Edgings, Cotton and Lisle do cd L 0. Handxerchipfi Geuts' Fancy gammei Cravat. Gents' Superior Blacfj ; SilK CravaU. Best majce Irish Linena Superior Shirting maa line. ! arown French Linens. . Wb its A browa.Tabla Cloths. - ' . Dispert, Block Sil Laces, Best nualitv Kid Glove i Plain A Fiit'd cap Nets SilK fe LiU Thread da . Sila. A Wash Blonds. White, blacx A color-. i". - ' ed Hosiery. Gents' cotton & thread Hosiery n s 11)0 doz all linen handkerchiefs at 6 et, worth 121 cts.; 1U30 yards 4-4 fast cqlqi prints, at 10 cts, worth 15 eta; 600 yawls fine fast colors yard wide Lawn ft 13J cl worth 18. ' , . Also a lull assortment of Housekeeping and domestic goods all of which purchas ers may rely upon obtaining of us at the, very lowest prices fbr Oash A full supply of all widths, Transparent Green and buff oil cloths, for windMp shades; curtain fixtures, cords, tassels, &C, always on hand. . :" . , ' ! . Frequent additions will be made, to, stocb, during the season. . Purchasers are respectfully requested tt! (riua una -nil. j . a . m t i,i laj Market Street, above fourth, Steubca ville, Ohio. may 7 'uO, , THOMPSON HANNA- & S0NSi,KS 'uuary 1,1635. ' " J'S'i 1 nsTiMiTaAfnwaisi. . Hr.aii nenvi 1 in. un'n.