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Critrltiieririiit; ., The Citizens Bank still continues pay interest on deposit. D. Moodv. ' l AMEBIC AH TICKET. jr GASKlLL Tp.; ;E.FtPRSO County, Feb. 7, 1852.-Mr. H. E. Sellers: Having tried your Vermifuge in my family. can say tbat it U not to be surpassed by any Vermifuge in the world for expelling worms u. Khoaps. . ' r For Congress, ' ! JOHN , Av BINGHAM. . For Judge,' '.'.'"' . SAMUEL W. BOSTWICK. For Auditor, J. STEWART LOWE. For Commissioner, ' ALEXANDER CONN, "' For Infirmary Director, ". WILLIAM ABRAHAM., , ' JKT The regularmeetiug of the Steu bcmvillc Council of the American par fy will1 be held on ' Next Saturday Night, . , at the usual place of meeting, (Scott's Hall, on 4ih Street. Matters of inter est will be presented. A full turn in is requested. v : By Order. : Lost In the Market House, on last Saturday, morning, a velvet purse with steel clasp, containing a three dollar "bill. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at this Office. . . 1 Glkb Club. A number of the young men in town have formed themselves into ; a Fremont Glee; Club. They met in Scott's Hall on Friday evening, appointed leader,1 and sang ' several very good tonne. '.'Keen it up, boys. '.'Music" C7 " will start the blood in men who are insen aihle to evervthini? else, anil.it will be t, . r w quite un addition to our political gather Portraits of Presidential Caxdi dates. We have received from the Brother Jonathan Office, New York, Sheet of Six finely engraved Portraits vis! Buchanan and Brenkenridge Fre mont and Dayton and Fillmore Donelson. , Send a 3 cent postage stamp to B. H. Day, 43 Beckman Ktreet, New York, and you will get the whole six of . these Portraits free of postage. Cheap enough 1 - . ' i Accident. We regret to Kuril that Dr. Tannan met with a seri'ius accident on Friday 1 last.' He wad driving down Market Street, in company with Dr ' Pcarre, when his horse was frightened by the whistling of a locomotive, and ran down the street, to the corner of Bank Alley, where the buggy came in contact with a post. They were both thrown out with great violence.' Dr. Tappan had one of liirf legs broken, end was other wise severely injured. Dr. Pearce es caped unhurt. 3T A young man, who is crazy, was discovered, on yesterday, placing obstruc tion on the track of the S. and I. R. li lt was done in such a manner that, had it not been discovered in time, the train must have been thrown off the track, lie should be placed where he cannot play such dangerous pranks. SZT Tne Fremont Club met in the Court House on Saturday night; a large number wero in attendance, and the meet ing was very enthusiastic. They were addressed by Martin Andrews,1 Esq. This, we believe, was Mr. Andrews' first political speech, and woulJ have done honor to an older politician. Ti e '; Glee . Club " favored us wiih some Fremont 'songs, that stirred up the sluggish blood and called forth repeated cheers. tS- INVALID HAVE YOtJ TRIED HoofllaniTs German Bitters). If not, read the following: " . , Lancaster, April 30, J 850. Respected Sir I have been for ,a series of . years afflicted with Pyspopaia, Inactivityof the iver, and Nervous Debility. My mental powers have been so reduced as to render me quite unfit fur the transaction of any kind of business. After consulting many eminent phyaiciaue', and using .their 'pre scriptions, and alter using the most popu lar remedies of the day, supposed to be ap plicable to my case, I always failed to have permanent relief, .A friend,' with, much persuasion,, induced me to try a bottle of your celebrated bitters. I have used one bottle, and this day commenced the second I can,1 with cheerfulness, state that' it has happily improved me. My appetite and spirits have' astonishingly improved,. and I begin to feel as though I had grown (sud denly) ten years younger; and really,! am almost prepared to say that I now consider myself calculated for any business, while, ten days ago',' I would as soon have under taken to square the circle, as to have at tempted it. " Yours, respectfully, ', A. B. Kaufman. ' To Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia. See advertisement. SHERIFF'S PROCLAHATIOS t NOTICE is hereby given to the quali fied Electors or the County of Jeffer son, State of Ohio, that the next annual blectton will be holden according to law in the several Townships in 'said county. at the usual places of holding elections therein, on the .. SECOND TUESDAY OF OCTO-- BER, 1858,? - Being the 14th day of said month, At which time and places the qualified Elec tors ot said county will vote for One person tor supreme Judge, full Term. One persou for Supreme Judge, for the vacancy. One person .lor Attorney General. Due person lor Commissioner of Common Schools. One person tor Member of the Board ofTublic Works. One per son tor iueuiuer ot Coiiirress. Une , person for Judge of the Court of Common Picas. One person for Couuty Auditor, One per son for Counly Commissioner. One person for Director of the County Infirmary. -And pursuant to the provisions oft lie Act of the General Assembly.of the Stute ot Ohio, entitled " An Act relating to Jur ors," passed February 9th, 1831, 1 hereby give notice to the Trustees of the several Townships in the said county, that the following is the apportionment of Jurors for the ensuing year, made in conformity to the Act aforesaid. Apportionment of Juror i. District Court and .. Common fleas. SHERIFF'S SALE. . Urban A Orr ."j , . . : ' , .-' vs.- v .- State of Ohio, tjteubeuville Indian Sail- Jefferson Coin- . road Company. inon Pleas.. RETAIL PRICES OF FLOUR. At the Steubenville City Mills. Superfine. Extra..... Fine , tfbbl $6.00 : Too 19U1t.fi $5,75 4.75 3.00 2.50 Steubenville Tp.' 23 Brush Creek do 4 Wayne : do 7 Wells ... do 6 Saline cdo 3 Salem do 10 Warn -do 9 Knox Township Springfiold do Mt Pleasant do lslandCreek do itoss ., do Sinilhfield do ' Cross Creek do "- . WHEAT We are giving, lo-day, in cash' tot best while wheat, new, 1,20; new red $1,15' RYE 50c. C01tN-45c. OATS-25c. M. Gkisklvast.: 8TEUBE1TVILLE SEX AIL MARKET. 'ICE, ) True American Office, "Steubenville, Sept, Ituttor, good tulile, U. 23c Chi-eae, new milk, tl tt. '.'.... 12c Eggs y tuz 10 beef, by the quarter $4,06,00 " fresh, y tt bglOc " corned " " 8g9c " dried " " 15n Pork, y tt..'......r. 78c " salted, y lb ............ 10c Hams. y tt 14c ' augur cured 16c Shoulders and Sides. 1012c Veal, V tt (i7c Mutton V ft bHc Lumb quarter 3750c Lard y fc. 12l2c l.'liickeiiH, cacb,... 1 jlbc Wood, per cord........ ....$22,50 VtOkTABLtS. Beans, peck 5U."Gc Hominy r y quart, 5c fotaloua y peCB....... 3llc Onious. u peck,. . . S5c OROCkKIES. . Sugar, brown, ft.. .' 12Uc " crushed, d lit ioo Maple susur 12c Colt'ee, old Java, ftl . lCc " Uio " lie lea, voune livson. i) ft.. 50cl " bluck, ooiulig ' " 5075c Kice, WXb .. c Salt-retails lit....' 2.252,50 Flour; extra, $ bbl, $6,62(jG,75 Fine and superrlue, $6,0(1 Hay, per ton, good common, $6,50 " good Tiuiotliy $b,uu((j.,uu Rbpublica; Meetings At La Grange Saturday, Oct. 4ih, ai 1 o'clock P. M. At Wintersville, Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 2 o'elock P. M. Speakers will be present at both meetings. : :.' SPECIAL NOTICES. rMEDICALlMPOSSIBILITIES. For a long time a certain class of diseases lias baffled the skill and practice of the most eminent members of tho regular nied ical faculty. Foremost amongst thesu we might instance epilepsy or falling fits "Happily now by the skill and inventive genius of afi eminent chemist of Ikltimoro, 31d., this disease has been brought within the means of a cure. We allude to the preparation called the Vegetable Extract F'pileptic Pills,' invented and prepared by Dr. Seth S. Hance, of 108 Ualtimore street, Haiti more, Md. Since their discovery many persons who had given uu all hope of over being cured, have been restored to aha. full enjoyment of health. Prominent '. among' these we might enumerate Mr, Harrison Llghtfoot, of Huntaville, Ala bama. ' Mr. L. had suffered as much from Epilepsy as any other person in the world, never knowing what It was to puss a week without having an attack, and often falling in the streets of Huntsville, : He la now 1 fully restored and haa not ' had an. attack for more than a year. Dr. Hance's Pi( have been the sure cause of this cure. These pills also cure all modifications of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, &c and are very serviceable for persons of weak nerves. Dr. Hance sends them- to any part of the country on the receipt of a remittance. Price, one box $3, ( two, 9 twelve, 24, ; Address Both 8, Hance, 108 Ualtimore treet, Baltimore, Md. . v! , , septl7, " & SPEC I AL ; NOTICE.'-D! r Habdman may be consulted a, he United States Hotel, Steubenville, October 2 and '' ' u .'"' :-' sept.24, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HRUGS, kc., The undersigned hav " ing Just received a larije and complete Klock of Drugs, l'uintx, Oils, DyeHtnfTx Ac. c, desire to cull the attention of Dealers, Physicians and others thereto. Our stock was purchased from first bands, and selected with great care by one of the firm. ;. The. quality of the goods v sell ve will guarantee at all time. PRICES as low as any House, Westof the moi'iitsin. Personal attention paid to shipping. Oct.l. HEVING4 MELVIIf. "WANTED 20,000 lbs Ueeswax and " 5,000 lb Ginseng for which the highest market prices will be paid in enh lv Oct. 1. HENIN'O A MELVIN. T INSEED Oil. Whie Lead, and Spirits of Turpentine on hsnd and sold Wholesale or Retail by Oct.l, ilEHlNQ A MELVIN. 100 bbls LOG WOOD and 50 boxes Extract of Logwood just received lv Oct. 1. HENINO A MELVIX. Books 1 Books!! THE SUBSCRIBER, having purchas- vil the entire establishment of J. R. Slack Co , consisting of Books, Stationary, Wall Pader, etc. etc., offers great iiiducemcnta to those iu search of bargains particular atten tion given in keeping ou band a constant sup ply of the various kinds of School Books now iu use. Country merchants supplied on the most reasonable terms. Market, between Fourth and Fifth streets, Steubenville. sept. 24 , - J. M.LAYTOH. THE BANK LAW. The following sections of An act to incorporate the Banks, of Ohio u'nd other Banks, passed March 11, 1850," is added for public information ? . - .- Sec 7(5. This act shall be submitted to the electors of this State at the general election to be held un the second J uesuay of October next, fortheir approval or rejec tionand each elector may have written or printed, or partly written und partly print ed upon his - ticket, the words, " For the Bank Charter," or " Against the Bunk Charter ;" and the judges of each election district, in counting out tne votes, shall set down in separate columns, in the poll books, the votes given " tor the Dank Charter," and the votes given Against ttie Hank Charter," and cert ify the nunber of votes given for and against the charter. as they are required to certify to ttie num ber of votes given tor candidates. Sue. 77. It shall be the duly oi the per sons opening the poll books in euch county, to make a separate abstract of the votes given for and against the charter, including statement showing ttie mimuer oi votes cast, which were neither given tor nor against the charter. And the Clerk of the court of common pleas shall immediately after such abstract is made, make a certified copy thereof, under the seal of the court, and forward the same by mail to the Gover nor, at Columbus, marked on the outside, " abstract of votes for and against bank charter, given in county." Sec. 78. It shall be the duty of the gov ernor, aa soon after said election as practi cable, with the aid of the auditor or sec retary of State, to open and abstract all said returns; and the governor shall im mediately thereafter, bv proclamation in some newspaper published in Columbus, set forth the number of votes given for the charter, the number of votes given against the charter, and the number of votes given which were neither for nor against the charter, and if a majority of all the votes given were for the charter, he shall further stute therein that said charter has been ap proved by the people, and has thereby be ceme a law ; but if a majority of all the votes given shall not be for the charter, he shall so state, and that the charter has, for that reason, failed to becomo a low. Sec. 79. This act shall take effect and be iu force from and after the second Tues day of October next, if the same shall be approved by a majority of the electors yo: ting on that day, and not otherwise. " JAMES II. BUNN, Sheriff of Jefferson County. : Sheriffs Office, .Steubenville, Sept. S!4. '5Q Cheap and Fashionable Clothing! ' at 1 : JONES HOFMAYER'S WIIOI.ESALK ANI RETAIL CLOTH1NO ESTABLISHMENT. Market si. Three Doors abate Fourth, STEU11EXVILLE, OHIO. The best assortment of Beady Made Clothing, Hats and Caps ever offered ia Steubenville. TH E UNDERSIGNED ha just receiv- 1 and is adding weekly to his largo and gen eral assortment of Ready Made riolliintr, the latest styles as thev come nut, to which be di rects the attention of his friends and the pub lic, assuring thorn that he is prepared to sell every discriptiun of goods, at ( rices lower tliau has ever lieen purchased in this section of the State. Iu point, of style, quality or du rability, his O on (Is cannot be excelled in this or any other Western Murket. His prices are uniform, and the public may feel confident that they will at all times receive tbu worth of their mot ey. i -. It will be to the Interest ot all to call' and exaii Sie before purchasing elsewhere, as his Clothing is made to order, be is sntixfied thnt he is able to sell better goods at lower prices than any house in the city. J. HOFMAYER, Morkot strecf. 1 three doors above Fourth, Steub sept. 24-Iv. - - BY V1RTUE OF. AN EXECUTION issued out of tlia Court of Common Pleas in and for Jefferson county, dated September 16 U, 1856, ami to. me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House in Steubeuville, on s ' : : : ; SATURDAY,; THE 18.li : DAY OF ! ' i OCTOBER A. D. 1S58. " between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day the following lands and tenements, to witi situate lyiug and be inf ill; Jefferson county and Stale of Ohio, iu Township 6, Range 2, in the Steubenville laud district, part f wliich is in the south west quarter of section No. 9, and a part initio south , wHt quarur of sectiou .No 8, and bounded uud dosci iJd as follows : Beginning 44- pi'Ch'a east' of. the' northwest ' corner of section Na.'8 and southwest curlier of i-ectiou No, 9, aiV stone whro a white oak 15 inches iu diameter bears boulh 18 degrees west IS links; thence south 3ti, 9 perches to .a post; tlience east; 23 perches to a marked hickory -grub ; thence north 2d 9 east 20, (i perches to a post on- flu creek bank ; thence north 41 east 11, 6 perches to a post in the sectibuJine: thence into' sectiou' No. 9, north 46 3 . east 23, 9 perches to a post ; thence suuili 89 west 8 perches to a plum tree ; thence norih boW west 16 perches to a post; thence 77J west 21, 4 perches to a post near a spriiir : thence South t9 3 west 19 perches to a post ; theuce south 18" perches to "the. place of Wintiiusr. enntaininsr 11 acres lnrtre or less, with the ap pliance thereunto belonging, subject to tne right of way throiii;h said premises for the Steubeuvillu an'l Indiana Rmlroud Company As their said road, is now construcieu thereon-. Appraised at $250 '. Also a part l the north west quarter of sectiou 15, Township 6, and Rane 2 ; beginning at north west corner of said quarter section; theuce east Along; the section line urtil it cross es the creek, from thence up the creek on the south side :hereo( on high water mark, until it intersects Alexander Cunningham'' .line, thence along said Cunningham's line to the place' of- beginning ;'. containing five acres more or lest; also another tract of laud being bouiided aefollows, to wit : Beginning at the north west corner of the north east quarter of section ai, Township 6, Range 2 ; thence east 108' 310 perches to the' f ion h east corner of section 21 ; theuce south 30 5 10 percbeo cross ing Cross Creek to a post ; thence west Bl rods to a dogwood tree ; theuce north 10 5-10 rods to a post ; thence west il 3-10 rods to a post in Cross Ureek ; theuce north I'J e lu rods to the place of beginning, containing twenty-five acres ; more or less; subject' to a perpetual right of way over said premises for the Steu benville m.il Indiana Railroad Company, as the said yreubeimlle and Indiana Railroad is now loctted and constructed thereon, and the right to construct thereon all necessary side tracks, depots and water stations, ap praised as follows : - 1st debciibed Tract at $100. 2d . '.. '$700. Terms of sale cash.. JAMES H BLI NX, Sheriff. " Sheriff's Office, SteuWnville, sept.17 1856. Printers Fees $14,50. Howard Auociation Philadelphia I M PORTA NT ANNOUNCEM ENT. 1 To all persons afflicted with Sexual Diseas es, such as Spermatorrhoea seminal weakness, impctence, Oouorrhoja, gleet. Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, or Self Abuse,, it., Ac. - The Howard Association," iu view f the awful- destruction of humantlife, canned by Sexual diseases, and the dece ptions practised npon the unfortunate victims yf such diseasns by Quacks, have directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a Charitable set worthy of llieir name, ilo give Medical Advice Gratis, to U peitKios thus "afflicted, who apply by a letter with a description of their coudi(jon, (an, C cupatiou, hubiu of life, and in eases d extreme' poverty and suffering, , to Furnish Medicines free of charge. ' '"'' ' 1 ' The Howard 'Association is a beneroeut Instilution, fstablished,by spcial endowment for Jib relief of the sick and distressed, afflic ted witb " Virulent and Epidemic Disranes.' H has now a surplus of means, kvhich the El ectors' have Voted to expend in advertising1 the Shove notco. It is needless to add that the Association -commands the highest If edi- cal "sk ill of the Age. and will furnish the most approved modtru treatment, ''i ' '' 1 ''"' ; ; Just Published, by the Association, a Report ou Sperniatorrho), or Seminal Wsakness; the vicf of .Onanism, Mnsturoat iou or Self abuse, and other Diseases of the Sexual Oigans, by the Consulting Surgeou, which will be sent by mail, (hi a sealed envelope,) Free of charge, ou the - receipt of two fctuitips for postage. Address, Dr. Geo. R. Calhoun, consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia', Pa. By order 'of tbe Directors. Geo. Faibciiild, Secretary, . i,,. '. Em D. lUmwm, President. FITTSBUEGH' ABVEinSElOa.'TS. Pittobargh Chemical .& Varnieh'WQrki. FINCH & CO., - reapectfnlly ' inforrr .Druggists and Deslera In Varnishfn (rener ally, that they have for soma time baen en gg(l in the preparation of oil descriptions ul CopsLand ntlier varnishes, nnd are now mw pard to supply their friends and lh poblit generally with articles of the ery tint inauu-factui-e, made of the best material, and selected with the greatest care, and ou.lln mury favor abla ternm. . . : Finch 4 Co intend to ilevot themselves to cultivating a first class trade, ami have no doubt that their efforts, "orr trial, will mvve satisfactory. Their tariff of prices will be foiliid equally loW wfth aiiy ' the 'Eastern maikets, and.'tethif d'ltcrni ined .that norti cle shall leave their works but of iippfovi-d and tested quality .Jhcy:ouly . sk Jof a trial, and a share ( public patronage: -To-our fine body Couch Varnish, we would call particular attention rTfris articl- is'p(InaHlty Ungliali Coach -V'ariirslr iif-lhii-ireTy bi-gi bruitdi? HeiBg made exactly after thef rucess of th first class EniHish houses,- by Mr.- Thomas Donelass, who for many years' was ' engaged in 'Home of the most extensive' estarjhshn.eut rn- cngiana and Scotland. Our Anti-Corrosive Black Var nish, we would particularly recommend to Founders, boat-builders, and manufactures of frou ireuerallv.' Its 'peculiar Qualities' prevents Oxydifatation tti rely which is a Rreat'desid- erutum. to tlioss. using varnish (or iron, and preferable to asphaltum and other" com ponuds. All orders, left at Messrs. John Irwin & Sons, Ffout Street, will be punotually altondd to or with J. Fiuchr 127 Third Street.... july9. - . '- - - - -' -' -' -' ' Employment. A GENTS, (either Iravelling or local) for Newspapers and . Periodicals, are re quested to send, without delay, their address tu the undersigned, and they will be furnished with a business which will yield them from 100 tu 200 per cent, profit. They will please state what newspapers or periodicals they have canvassed for. , Persons who have not hitherto acted as Agents, but who would like to engage as such, will also please send their unities. . Post-office address, counly and State written plainly. . , WEIGHT, MASON Co. aept.24.. New-York. School Examiners' Notice to Teachers. A MEETING for the examination of ly, at niue o'clock A Teachers, beginnfnr in each case, prompt ne o clock A. M. lows will be held aa fol At Sinilhfield, on Saturday, Oct. the: 18th : at f teubenville, un Saturday, Nov. the 29th : at Richmond, en Saturday, Dec. the 27tb ; and, at SmithBold ou Saturday, Feb. tbe 28 lb 1857. ., ., '. , By order of the Board JACOB N DESELLEif, Clerk.. Steubenville, Sept 24th 185G. jyOTICE. U hereby given that the un dersigiied haa been duly appointed aud qualified by the Probate Court as Executor of the last will add testament of Robert Sanders, lute of Jefferson county, deceased. All Per son having claims against said estate are" re quested to present them dulv authenticated for payment, and those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. ...J' ' J.H.MMTn,AU'y. , WifcUAji Mooaa, Executor. '' sept. 24. QUEENS WARE, Hardware Earthen and Stone Ware, a large and well assorted stock on hand, and for sale at even less prices man formerly, oy yunet; w. M CAKTV. October Appointments, nil. IlARDMAN, Physician for d is " eases of the Lungs, (formerly Physician to Cincinnati Marine Hospital and Invalid's Re treat,) may be consulted at - Steubenville, United States Hotel, Tuesday and Wednesday October 28 and 29. - Cad it, Mansion House, October 27. Y Coshocton, A merlcau House; October 25. New Philadelphia October 23. . Wooster, October 21. ' Massilon, October 20. Dr.Hardinan treats consumption, bronchitis, asthma, laryngitis and all diseases of the throat and lungs by Medicated Inhalation. The great point in the treatment of all human maladies, is to get at the disease in a direct manner. - All medicines are estimated by their action upon the organ requiring relief. . This is the Important fact upon which Inhalation is based. If the stomach is diseased, we take medicines directly into the stomach. If the lunga are diseased, breathe or inhale medlcaUd vapors Into the lungs. Medicines are the antidotes to disease, and should be applied to the very seat of disease, Inhalation m the ap? plication of this principle to the treatment of the lungs, for it gives us direct access to those intricate air cells aud tubus which lie out of leach of every other means of administering medicine., . . ' ' .,. ' ( , No charges for consultation. ' -' ' ' ! Otiimi Diskaskb Tbhatki). In relation to the following diseases, either when complicated witb lung affections or existing alone, 1 also invite ' consultation . 1 usually find them promptly curable. ' ':'' Prolapsus, and all ether forms of female complaints, Irregularities and Weakness, Pal pitations, and all other forms of heart disease. Liver complaints, Dyspepsia, ' and all other diseases of the stomach and bowsls, Piles, Ac. -' All diseases of the eye and ear. Neuralgia, Epilepsy aud all forms of nervous disease. . No charge for consultation. , sept 24 , : . . S. D. IlARDMAN. M. D. nnAMARINDSrAn" excellent article x just received hy , . . , OLIVER KELLS, " 'eptW ' Medical Hall. SHERIFF'S SALE.: Lorenzo Jewett ' i II Y virtue of an . . vs. v " order of sale, John E. Charles et al.) in this case issued out of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the County of Jetfcrson and State of Uluo. bean n; date the Oth day ot July A 1). 1650', aitd to me directed, 1 will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House,' in the town ot rneubenville, on WEDNESDAY, THE 15th DAY OF OCTOUKIt, A. D. 1856,. Detween the hours ot ill o clock A. .U.an 4 o'clock P, M. of said day, the .following described real estate, to wit : part of sec tton JU, township J, range 1, situate Jefferson county, Ohio, and beginning for boundary at a poet in the mouth of a creek flowing into the Ohio River at the point of intersection, ot the south hue of said sec tion 30, with the Ohio River, thence west along said section lino l'jot perches to the south enrncrof the section aforesaid; thence north along the west line of said section lyu rwu perches to a post, near a white oak ; thence : south 60 decrees, east &J6 perches to a wild 'cherry trre on the ban of the Ohio River; thence down the me anuenng8 of the Kivpr to a post corner, to Ephraim Cooper's; - thence leaving the riventorth 09 deirrees, west 311 perches to a stake ; thence south 23 degrees, west 20 perches l'J links to a locust. Cooper e be ginning corner; thence south 67 degrees east 34 perches 19 links to the river; thence down the same, with the meanderings there of, to the place of beginning, containing 13?i acres', more or less, being the samo tract conveyed by Alexander R. Thompson and wife to said John K. Charles by deed dated August 21st, 1848, excepting there from 12 acres 2 roods and 13 perches con veyed to Joseph M. Alpin, and 18 acres, 3 roods and 38 perches conveyed to Lorenzo Jewett, for boundaries of which said ex cepted parts, reference is had to the deeds of eaid John E. Charles to said persons re spectfully bearing date December 2d, 1852. Ter.ns of sale cash. JAMES H.BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, Steubenville, sept. 10 1856. Printer's Fee $8,75, "fall& "wWniRlwioTHnfar NEW STOCK. - - fj FR0IMAN & CO. respectfully in form their friends and the public that their newstocx of clothing for the Spring and Summer Trade,-manufactured for the Steuben ville market at their Wholesale Establishment in Cincinnati, has-just arrived. It is larger, more varied, and embraces finer articles than usual. . The stock embraces Coats, Pantn, Vests and Hats and Caps for men and boys, handker chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, Hose, Shirts, and a full stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Car pet Sacks, Valises, Umbrellas, die. - Frohman A Co. also keep on band a full stock of Cloths and Vesting, and manufacture Clothing to order ou short notice, at prices that will be satisfactory to purchasers. Fits warranted. : Thankful for the very, liberal patronage heretofore extended to ua We asx for a con tinuance of it, and beg to assure the public that it will bour constant aim, by dealing honorably, to deserve it. .We may be found at the old stand, Market streets one door east of the Washington Hall. Give us a call. septal 1856. E. FEOHMAN fc CO. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. - . SIR JAMES CLARKU' ' CELEB BATED FEM4L& PILLS. pltEPAKED from n prescription of Sir James Clarke, M. D. Physician fcxtrnordl- uary to the Qtieec. This invaluable medicine unfailing in the cure of all those painful and dangerous diseases incident to the female con stitution. ' . ' i It moderates all excess, removes all obstruc tions, and brings on the monthly period with regularity. Thee pills should be used two or three weeks previous to confinement ; they for- ify the constitution, and lessen the suffering luring labor, enabling the mother to perforin her duties with safety to herself and child. These pills should nor be taken by females during the first three months of pregnancy, as they are sure to bring ou miscarriage, but at any other time they are safe. Iu all cases of nervous and spinal affections pain iu the back aud limbs, heaviness, fatigue os nliSht exertion, palpitation of the heart lowness of spirits; hysterics, sick headache, whites, and all the painful diseases occuiioneil by a 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. Price in the Uuited States aud Canada, one dollar. Sole agents for this country, l.C. BALDWIN A Co..' : Rochester, N. Y. Tuttle ifc Moses, Auburn, H. Y., General AtTKIllS. U. 11 111 .00 and mx DoSiase stamps eucloseil o any 'authorized agent, will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. Fur sain wholeale and retail by ' 'HEN1NG& MtCi.VIN. titeubenville and by Druggists generally. . (dec.12.) FURNITURE ! RYAN'S BUILDIifGS, l'lTTSWURGIH. THE. subscriber would' respcctfully in form his friends and the public, tliathe has purchased the interest of his Iste partner and is now side proprietor of this ereat Cabinet and Chair Manufacturing Establishment,' the most extensive aud complete Uie klnd iu tue eoun trv. With a stock of over one million feet of choice lumber well seasoned, and a strong force of first.raie mechanics, he will commence opera tions in a few days, when he will be ready to attend to the orders of his numerous friends and customers. A variety of uew styles of Furniture will be introduced and sold at low prices. - Particular attention will begin to the man ufacturing of Furniture suitanle forSteHinboats andHotels wliich will be sold on accommodat ing New Groceries. VI R. WM. M'CARTY desires us to tell the public that he is just receiving, and will open on the nrst day or June; ihe lar aet and best selected stock of fine Familv Gro ceries ever offered In the Steubenville Market Every .variety of Groceries, and comprises in that variety every quality, from common up to fine and extra. He will sell at five per cent. below any other establishment in Steubenville; and will arrant his art cles to be ten per cent better. He respectfully asks the public to call at his Store Room, the old stand on Third St. near the Union Umce; and he will convince them that what he say is true and to be relied Vf U'PIBTV ujiuii. ...... wvaui.i Steubenville, June 4, ISili. terms arid at prices tbat will defy competition Cane nest Chairs niado at this establishment so much admired for durability and neatness of design w ill be sold at the reduced price of $5,5I to $ per set, : Scroll sawing and Turning ui an tonus uour to order; IL7Kooms' with' Steam power to reiit.fl Veneers, Varnish, hair cloth, Mulliuy aud Cabinet- Makers finding generally always on band' arid will be sold to the trade at a small advance ou Eastern cash prices. - . -. 0. H. ItYAN, 31," Fifth st.. ' oct. 3. Pittsburgh. CURTAIN WARR0pJIS.-A CARD; HAVING received my .spring assort ment of Goods. I respectfully' invite my friends to give me a call. My stock consists of Jirncolcl Balm Delaine; iMignsn mixeo ueiaine, Damasks and Moreens, Buperb Lac.e Curtains; Mull do., or all prices, anil new styles nu finish; Uich Cornices of entirely new patel js, at various prices. Tassels and Cords of all kinds, for Curtains, Uimps, fringes, vuriain Bands of all Patterns; French and ' English Quilts, Dimety Spreads; Buff iholland and Green do. of all widths; Window shades at very low prices. In my Bedding Ware-Konin will ba round an immense siock oi iieun. Mattmsses.. Bolsters' and Pillows, Comforts Sheets. Pillow Slins.Towels.Sackinn Bottoms Chair Cushions, Settee Seats, PeW Cuslnonrf, and every article usually found in an extensive Upholstery Establishment. Keeping inestnings ready mude. 1 can furnish them at once, and without ilelav. Carpets made and put dewn. Venitian Blinds of all kinds. Blinds painted aud Trimmed. Holler Blinds fitted up. Orders promptly filled, and Goods carefully packed. r n TT- VAT1TW TT-1. .1. p ytll : OX, yui.o., upuomierei. - " Pittsburgh, Pa. New Spring Goodi 1856. - nOUGHERTY Si BRO. are now re eeiving their atock of Goods for Spring Trade which Is very large and desirable, con sisting in part of splendid Moire Antique silks, Flounced Robes, French Lawns, French Chiutzes, Striped and plain Bareges. Stella Shawls, Bonnets and Ribbons, a very large stock ol Embroideries, hosiery, Gloves, Laces Ac. Also a very large stock of housekeeping Goods. , DOUGHERTY BRO. ' aprl6 ' Third and Market fits., Steubenviie. Sresi Goods at Q. & J. Scott's. QUR 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 intique Brocade, Ac, making iuall the most attractive stock of ailks aver opened in the city, Together witb these we have DU CALS a new article of Dress Goods Crape merettes, Plain and Fancy, Bereft, Striped fend Plain all-wool Delaines, Deregs Delaines, Challius, Ginghams, Prints 4c, of the newest and most approved colors aud stylos. ' - - prlr - O.&. J.SCOTtY1. BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY. A FI.OTO would respectfully inform the citizens of Steubenville that be is encased in the manufacture of Boots and Shoes, nnd is prepared to supply to order on short notice. He keeps on hand the best material and hopes to be able to give satisfaction to al! who may favor him with their patronage. Es' laniiBiimeni on souin l nira ktreet, between Karaotand Adams streets. A. FLOTO may281y. FRANKLIN BRASS FOUNDRY, JAMES T. SHERIFF, Proprietor fpHE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public geuerally, that he has erected and established, immediately adjoining mo "rraniciin Msrnine siiop, a BRASS FOUNDRY, For the purpose of supplying the public with verything in that line, such as Brasses for all kinds of machinery. Brass cocks. Valves, bard Brass Bearings and Boxes for Shafting Bells of AlCtm:. I. S .1 .. J T Y J ! . ? . . . . I uiiiciviii Kmud uuu Hiaen, aiso, r riciion meiai, All woik done with auickness and dispatch, Orders respectfully solicited. Market price paid for old brass, copper, zinc and lead. N. B. Ho old metal bought Irom minora, or other irresponsible persons, without ah order irom paiems or gusroinns. nov 14, -ly. J AS. L. McDEVITT, Agent. CITY ROOT AND SHOE STORE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Washington Hall Building Market St, S!eubenville, Ohio. Pan be found the largest, best and cheap v est siock or nome Made and Eastern work ever.oflered in this market, conesst ing In part of Gent's, Ladies', ' boys' and i,iiuivii d . ui , every variety ,anu style ; and we are determined to make it to the INTEREST of all to FATRONIBK the CITY SHOE STORE. ... ' v : . D. SCOTT. N. B. A complete assortment of TRAV ELING TRUNKS, of tho various styles, always on hand. -. my6;wtf Family Grooery for 8als. fpHE. 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 of Dry GoodsBoots, Shoes, Ac. :'he stand is one of the best in tho city, and aa a large run of excellent customers, thus offering indueemeuts to those desirous of em barking In the business rarely to be met with. A lease of the premises, ending on the 1st of April, 1 857, will also be disposed of along with the stock.; WM. McCARTY A CO., apr30, 56 tf. " Tbird st., SteubeovUle. Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, &o., nOUGHERTY t BRO. have juit ra J eeivod a large stock of the above Goods, which we are making into good Clothing, and which w will make to order aa low as toy house East or west. . N.B. Particular attentioa js oviUd to oar stock of goods for boys wsar, which ia very large and desirabla . , - ' : DOUGHERTY & BRO. " spll Third Md UrVt5tJ., tubaviI CITY HOTEL. Corner of 3mi'.hfleld and Third streets, Pitts- burgh. Pa. HENRY BEARES, Pronrieior. THIS commodious and popular house loontail in a intrnl nartnf lha rltv. enn venientto the Rail Road Depots, River and Pack at Landings, court house, Post TelugiaphOfli ces.has been refitted and well furnished through out and ia open for the reception of guests.. The proprietor Iiopos, by strict atteulian to the wants of his guests superior dining room accommndalious servants polite, respectful and attentive comfortable lodgings -to secure a proportion of patronage, and respectfully asas to oe irieu. uinniousses always in ream- ness to convey passengers to all parts of the city, l'orters always in attendance. Jan. 2, '5B . H. BEARES, Proprietor Watches, Clocks, ft Jewelry. HAVING just returned from the Eaai with a well selected stock of articles in my line, I would cull attention to those iu want of a fine Watch, Clock or a complete set of Cameo cold atone or Mosaic Jewel ry, tliut I am prepared to eel) at a lower per cent than ever offered before in th:a city, also a ne assortment of Jet hair. Mo hair, Berlin Iron, coral and gold armlets and necklaces for the summer season, cheap for cash. Having employed eome of the best workmen in gold and silver, I am pre pared to make Jewelry t order, or repair all kinds on most ruass.iable terms. Also a complete assortment of Watch and clock trimmings kept constantly on hand at , CRAIG'S, No. 15, Fifth st., second door from Market at., Pittsburgh. ' ' " Woodwell's Furniture and Chain, lVr HOLES ALE and Retail, embracing every variety of Furniture, in Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut, suitable for Parlors, Chambers and Dining Rooms, equal to any in New 1 irk or Philadelphia, and atlower prices; every aincie maae oy nana ana warren tea. BZTOa tinet Makera aamlied witb anyi nan tity of t miture and Chairs on reasonable erina Hotels and Steamboats frrnished at the short est notice. Warerooms nos. 77 and' Third Street, Pitts burgh, sept. 26-ly SAMUEL McMASTEK & SON, TVO. 90 Market Hreet, would respect fully bee leave to call the attention of the public to their large and varied assortment of Gentleman a and Children's hats and caps. dren's Fancy Goods. S. MASTER d SON, april9. . No 90 Market st, Pittsburgh. """ST. CLAIR HOTEL, (roaxtBLT ixcHAitac hotxl.) Corner of Penn and St. Clair Streets, PITTSBURGH, PA. , W. C. CONUELLY, Proprietor. . HARE'S HOTEL, ; HO. . 133 L1BGETT aTEIET, ' .'.; Mouth of Fifth Street, , r PITTSBURGH, P Jl. ; SAMUEL HARE, Proprietor. !i .; decl9-ly. MERCHANTS HOTEL. CORNIR Or SECOND AND SNITHFIELO STS., .' PITTSBURGH, PA, dee,l9-6m. '. 'm nHUGSj: DRUGS I ; . R. E. SELL, ERSr Wholesale Druggist, corner Wood and Saeond streets, ritiiburgb, Ps. ; y Mpt.i WIy. . . - '-' -.. TTTi LAYER'S MY Cathartic- Pil! JJ-Vi (SUGAR COA TED,) .W '' Ml; 'T i i l, mm x ; CLEAKSX TS3 SICC9 CT23 THS f!?S, lxiTaltda, Fathara, Atothare, FhyUU. Fkllaaitltraplau, r thalr Kflfcata, .. ; d Jt akalr TUtMe ' ' ' tu ci-BG or ' Ucadache, Sick lleadwke, Fonl Stosnackf PiTHucM, P, May 1, IS4. ;'Da.J.aAna. Sir; T hn U rnua)r f tU wont hwtacb any body aa aa by of your PUU. It -mt oatofJwilulMBMch, kl tlwy tlmom at oik. If U; U1 can oUwia M uwf m mt, lb fact la worth koowinf. . .. ,.. . -. - Vwnlthgratfm, -KD. ay. tKBIILI.1 . ...CUrkq'Sitamemtnm, i Bilious Disorder sua4 liver Cosaplaiata. ' HanaantBR m Inaw, . -. WBiim,IC,T 8m : I hati xmi jour Pills In nf tntnl and IU pru-tlc Tr nines yoa BMdo tbwn, and eaaaot MtaMtS mt they am thebort catharUe omploy. lb ih klin .ctloo ou tb 1W ! quick Mid iKtUi, It thf r an as admirahlo iwuMdy lor denuifMwnttof thai organ. Indcod, I bit ridom fctiod a fm of Maow 4t9 mtt to otftloate that It did But itwIIIt jM t thoa. a . , fnUanaUoraara, 1LONZO BAIi, at. ! .. . ... y v Dysentery, BeUx, aad Worms. Mn Orrica, nrnun, Uv. Co, Miat, Nw. It, IMA. Da. Ana: Your Pill are tb porfcettoa of avidtda Tbey hart doa mj wit uton good thaa I oaa Mtyoa. Khs had umd tick and piniag away ft awmtha WM off lo be Aoctorod at (ran oapmua, bot Rot ao bottoa . Bao then eommenced taking your PltU, wluV xmjnrt4 hot, by expelling: large o.tuDtltkei of weresa (dead) ftoai hot br. Theyaftenrerde oared aer and mt tmohlldrw of bloody dyeentery..' Ooa edoaraalghbctabad H baeaa4 any Ue eured bin vita two ea of MUswhOe otbert aronad at paid Iroea to to twenty aouare dorteer bill, and kiet Biuck Uara, without twtag cared Mnl reathea.. Such a BMdkcta ee yoart, which le actaaltf v" am. A Indlceation and Iaaparity of Ue Blod.. rnmiUv.J. r. Uima, Ftutor tf ActM CWt, MM Da. Ana: I hart need year Put with axtraordlaar accae In By family and among thoee I aa ceiled wjvMt Indietnee. ToiguUtothoorgaDtordigietkaa4nra the blood tky are tho Tory beet nnedy I hare otat known, aad I oaa confidently reooautead l them i to m rrienda. Toon, 1. T. UIMM. " WiafAW, ITtomim H. T, Oct ti, ia. ' 1 Data Bib: I am ailng yonr Cathartic Pal la y pre, tic, and and them aa excellent pargaelT to clean lb YiUa aad piuify the fcuntein of the blood. Erysipelas, Scrofula, Hint's Evil, Tetter, Tnmora, and Salt Rhenaa. - j frvm a Frwnimg Merchant trf 9L. Lena, M. i, ISM. ' T1. im; Tan Ptlle are the naratoo of all lba gnat la audidne. Tboy bare cured my UttI deagbna? of nlceroo aore apon her haadi and feet that had prarea incarahl for year: Her mother ha been lout grierooo ly afflicted with blotche and pimple on her akin aad la her hair. After our child w cured, eh ahn tried yea PUto, aad tboy hT eared her. ,: ABA MOEOBIOaX , Rhenmatisan, Neuralgia aad GouU Fitm tMRm.Dr. Hacku, JO Uttlwiut JCpii. OnrtV, Pcuan Hoc!, SmxKAa, Oa, Jan. t, UUL , Hokoub 8ia : I elwuld be nugrateful for the relief yom kill ba brought me If t did not report BJ cam t yea. A cold eettled in my limb and brought aa icniciaina! neuralgic pain, which ended la chronic rbeumauu. NotwiUutanding I had tbe beet of phyrtctoM, tb dumw grew wore and wome, anttt, by th adric of yonr tent gent in Balumora, Dr. Markonala, I tried yonr PUIa. I heir effect wer alow, but tare. By ureTria( la the a of them I am bow ratinly well. , Bmati CaiMira, Biion Hown, Ta, I Dee 15. ' Da. Ana : I bar ban entirely eured by your PUI of Rheumatic Goat painful dlM that had eflleted BM lSt!r ... VIKCKNt BUWUi. For Dropsy, Plethora, or kinarea v plaiuta, nuuirina aa acttr purg they are aa I lent remedy. For Coativeneaa or CoaatlpatloB, aad a? a Dlnajor puj, they an agreeable and 8ctuaL FiU, Snppression, Paralyals, laflaatma- Uoa, and ereaJDaafnaas, and Partial BliadW Me. bar beta curad by th altaratiT acttoa oi thee Klla, lfct of th pOU la market contain alereory, which, aV though a Taluahle remedy in ekllful hand, I dangerous In a public pUl, from th dreadful coaeeqnence that frw qnently follow It incautioui on. The eoataia M mar. eury or mineral ubtano abaUTor, AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL JOB TITB RAPID CURB Of ": ' ' COXJGHS.COLDS, HOARSKME8S, VHWIX KHZA, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPIH9 COVOH, CROVP, ASTHMA, 15- . . CIPIKNT COSSTJMPTIOlf , and for th relief of coniuopUr ptUenl la adraaoed tageiof thadlaiM. ' ' . W need not apeak lo th pnWle of 1" ,rrrtoeev rhrmhmit eten town, aad almoet iWj hamlet of lha American Stelae, Ua wonderful cute of pulmonary eoa C'nt hav made It already known. Nay, faw r the) 111m in any erfillted country on Uit oontinrat without aom pemnal zperlenc of it effect; aad fewer yt the communitie any wber which hare not among the tome Urimr trophy of it victory over tli ubtl aad daa. garooadteeaeeaof tho throat aad lung. White it tb meet powerful utidote yet known to maa fer the ferad dable and dangeroua dlacama of the pulmonary organs, ta alw the pleewnteat and ajdeet remedy that oaa be -ployed for infanta and young penon. Parent ibould have it In it or againat tb inaklaou enemy that Meals upon thorn unprepared. We hav abundant rmada ta believe tb Carnal Pacrouu eeve mora Uvea by th o umpUon It prTnte thaa tho it cure. Keep it by you, aad cur your cold while they an eanhle, nor a kot them unUI no human eklU eaa ameler the iaesoraaea . canker that, fattened on th vital. t yva life away. All know tb dreadful fatality of lung dinrdert, aad as they know tooth virtue of thi remedy, w aeed net 4 more thn to nr tbetn It ie etill mae the keet l otm -be. We rrre no cnet, bo cam, bo toll to produce it th mort perfect pomiMe, and tho afford thoee who rely oa H the beet agent which our UUU can farntah for their car. PREPARED BI DR. J. C. AIERT ; rraetical and Analytleal Chemlit, lawtU, Maa ASD BOLD T ' Hwilnif t Melvin,' Steubenville, '., J. II. Simmerall, Dluniuingdale ; F. r'iitber, Winteraville ; W. Trice & Son, Sniitb field ; W. H. Crew dt Co., Riclunoud ; M. O. Morgan, Mt. Pleasant. Aud all Druggists and dealers aiumrdlf ! everywhere.. pf.l, , DOCT0E HO OFL ART'S1 v CET.EBRATF.il t GERMAN HITTERS . ratTAatn bt ' Dr, C. M. JACKSON, PIIILAD'A, PAi WILL ErKSCTTALlT ctaa , ; Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Cbronio or Nervous Debility,' Diaeaaes of the Kitlnt'ys, and all diBeeafsariniiigfroru a dia ordered Liver or Stomach. . ' Such as Conatipa. I '''. tion, Iuward Piles,' , Fulness of blood to tbe' . , iiead Acidity of the Stomach ! . Nausea, heartburn, Diauat for ;; food,. Fulness or weight in tbeStoin- ' ; : ' acb, sour Eructations, Sinking' or Flut- ' .' tering atlbe pit of tbe stomach, Swim- -minir of the bead, harried and difSenlt breathing, fluttering at the heart, Cboakinn orauffocating sensationa when in a lying posture, Diuineas of Vision, Dots of webs ' before tbe sight, Fever and Dull pain in " the head, Deficiency of perptration Vellowneaa of the akin and '''Eyes, pain In the Side, Back ' cheat, Lttoba oVc,Raddea ' 1 fluabet of heat Burn- ' ' '' ingiuthe fleah -v - Constant Im agings of e- " ' " :.--. Vil and ,, - Great ' '''- v. ' Depression ftf Spirit. r, -'- - v- 't The propretnr In catling the attentioa af thn public to tins preparation, doe ao with feeling of (be utmost confidence in it virtue and adaptation to tbe diseases for which it 1 recommended. ' -- : i It i no new and untried article, but on that has stood th teat of a ten years' trial before th American people, and it reputation and sal is unrivalled by any similar prepara tions extaut. Tbe testimony In it favor giv. en by the most prominent and well know Physician and individuals in all part of th eouutry is immense, and a careful' peruaal -of tbe Almanac, published annually by th pro. prietor; and to be bad gratis of any of hi Agent, cannot but aatiafy the moat akcplical that thi remedy ia really .deserviug th great . celebrity it has obtained.' ' , , ' Principal Office and Manufactory,' So. 118 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.' . ) m. Sold by Halting 4 Melvin, Steubenville, . Win. M. Blackbura, Blojmflolil. Smith Lyon, Richmond. -' aprKialSflr'ljri;..i ' Sky Light Uguenotypt) &oom. '. rj. W. WISER, respectfully ' announcei to the public, that ne ha racentlv rrfitt. ed and refuraisbed the rooms, corner Fifth and Market streets, in a style inferior to nou. Ha haapered no pain or expen to maka hi room- pleasant, where ana and all maw take pleasur in visitiug, and truer all who lb, may be supplied with Dacruerreotvne of tha finest tone, trua to the life, at very reasonable . i l . i- - . ' . i . . . rwci, ana wiii uu niat pain ut picas all who may favor him with their patronage. . Aj-itooma corner or rutn and Market strcst. mmediaUly over Halatcd'i Sho Stnr , Suubeaville, Jan, 1. IKS'". .