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Jhi CfTiiss Bank stillcoutuiueflo gay-interest oq deposit. 1) Moody, V iKTV There is h rumor ;e Washington that tile 'slavery agitation vll("agaiu be threat tlpon Congress, in ieoriaeetion with . a fctlt fur'the admission "of Utah aa a State. . mi- l f'l " In n.-t 11 J3T:;Tbt adjourned setsioa' of the Qliio legilalurj'jWill ratel oij Moilday next being the first Monday in January A.-. Vr; .' .,! ..-,. .,-.7 jit, '.'J!3Ye leant, Uiiit the PjtlsburghVand pleted ,to Br.itfgep6rt;,opppte,itb4.t1,of Wheeling' -'v.'-V .Effl-.i, !' li hi .. . . ;:u'i'.'r eu.r Carrferji-fai usaal, will be' around with his. AnnuU ,A 4drt.sSi' got Up.' in, sojier'ior Btjrle; with a magnificent Counting-House Almafiae; and a splendid f poerir.'' ' We hone vnr patrons will open - their' hers and parses and give merit its just reward. Confectionary Store' in -he city of Steulttnvillei ' ilia room are "crowded Villi buyers these huiydayi ' times; 'tl i' good citizen, x'aDtt,-',fai'r dealer, Van lie . i :and .MTfl'triat glad1 io JknVWtliait Te If '. so fjjbor 'ally' patronfed:".. '!. ' ,t'.3T,Wt .are: informed ..that-.the Rev. 'C,, Springer president of ihe Muskingum 'Anual Conference. of the:M.'P, Church, V ill pay his official visit to Steubenville JStatiori, on the first Sabbaih of February 1857. To Newburg ' Mission on the .second Sabbath. To Cadia Mission pn .'tlje third Sabbath, ' and to: Mt.''., Pleasant Circuit on the fouiih Sabbath, being the 0 nd day . of ,the monthl 'i ' V . V '! t r . tin. . l.-vubfEHDSNT iv rl'UULlCAN. - 1 llli rja- "per, published ftl St. ClareNville Belmont County Ohio, has . lately passed into the 'frauds bf'jV U. Ululrlesworth Esq. Fiom JhB first 'luimber of tTie ! new series,' we Infer tile llepublican is destined to tell favorably upon the politics. of the county dpjretlie liob Inifind (alien by ' the Editot, and will take great "pleasure in to-opfiraling - with him, in the maintain- ance of the principles and policy, set fortl ill his Salutatory. .'. ti ootttt St. ; Saiibath School: Exiitpi TtON. We believe that we hut echo tfie sehtlmlnf 'of ' a'l that f we?e present. when t we say that the exJiihiwun of the .Kmith ;St. ;M. E".1 Sabbath" School on Christmas eve, and Christmas night, was ne of the best ever given in the city of iiteubeiiville. On . Christinas night the house was crowded to its utmost capacity fcori's of persons were compelled to stand in the aisles for nearly three hours, and vet seemed luih to have when the exer .eUes closed, Eight hundred and fifty persons were present) and numbers failed In get admittance for want of roiun. At the request of many the exhibition Vvill be repealed on New Years iiMit, and possibly, on the evening following The doors will open ai 6 o'cloik Tick ets can he had at Dunlap ' and Coble's, Fisher and Me Feeley'n, Mr. Hurter's. ot at either of the Dook stons. Ci'et your tickets at once and go early, if you want a seal. , Shooting Affhay.' On Saturday nightbetween 8 and 9 ' o'clock several .'young n en of this city went to a drin king house, oiv Water Street kept by a 'lifgro, naiued Thouipsoti generally called (Jus Lee.' The house was shut up when they arrived, and they knocked on the door and windows for the purpose of . arousing. Cfus, and getting a ". drink, " . whi'e they were so engaged ft Gus" lired , upon' iheui , from, one of the windows, The shot took effect upon George Amick one of the young ineti who was at the doov, entering his left breast and passing out at his left side, lodging in his arm. The wound inflicted is a very severe one, and fears were entertained, that it would throve' fatal, he is however slowly recover ing. Gus"' was promptly arrested , by Sheriff CI inn and Marshall Doyle and lodged in , Ile 'wa's brought before Mayor' Patter on on yesterday, charged (with shooting With intent to wound, and recognized in tn'e euhi of $400,' to 'appW at the next ' term of t;e Court of Common Pleas, j Sharp 13usinks3 Ofkration. The New York'Eveni'ng Post gives "the par ticulars of a keen business transaction in that city; whicli epe.me;iq be1 Tintxed in qual parts willi: lope and money. K .vchoolgirl and oofy child, received the addrewres of a young man, . which coin ing to the ear of her father, he had an interview yith io lover, and, by dint of persuasiou ana a luoueaucl dollars, got Lw promise to ceatu his visits. For a while the' separation' seemed to be peruia toenCbut after,' row;$M.'p,arut7ur. ;geifuhaqss of jlje.r dweothteirl, -the girf, in oruied her friends thai, thrue.alaya pre Vi6u (hereto?! alie'''wa ' married ! to : ilm bbugl,of Joyer,; but,' retiiruing' directly roin the ihogse vi 'the officiating clergy man, sue Had not (sen liar husband since the ceremony. The father, 'distressed beyond measure, oain squglit the younsr .husband, and after much persuasion, got from him a , promise to sign : a written Hsreement releasing bis marriaire riirhts. and relinquishing aJJ pontrol over his wue. ine nuiier willingly hanged .ovoj ' four thousand dollars, and the papeis were to be signed at tn o'clock, the next day. AI nine o clock the sharp operator, witn tne rive thousand in his -pocket, cal )e'd'atid demanded his wife, arid she depar tedjWtth her husband, leaving her father t 1 a i i . . iniuus uve inousana, anu a uaugnwr , i . -. - . . . , ;0a the I7ih inst.. by Reuben . Ylln"erJ Alderman: 22d Ward, Philadelphia,. Mr. Jbmes Roff Burn ess to Miss Ann Kirk, all of Germantowii,, Pa-f , -,, , " On Tliuisday, jho 1 8th inst.,-.:M the residence of William Hex, by Rev. D. R. Campbell. Mr. Francis Wuetos and Miss Ei.1z-JaSE Mv!r,11 of, Jefferson County, OhW:v1.;'.. ". 1 From the Buckeye State. ,.:r,OBIITIAEY' . . George "Pritchard, son of Mr. Benja min' Pritchard of 4his place,' plmly,' and in full assurance of a glorious immortal ity, k", asleep in Jesus," at half past twelve o etclcon r riuujc. HjOrning, lUih inst., in the 1U year r ttis age. ; " ,' t lu (he death of this ytiuug man so imiclt : beloved mid nrnmisin'', we have anotner1 mourntul evidence ot the fact, that '' the"!m6nsler the linjr of terrors and the terror of kings," has noireaoect for age, (sexor cbnduion.. In .vain do kind fridmle entreat himl to spare life's mqrn'mgrlo let the ' loved one'' sirik V- ways us the sun,' having run the) lull course alloted to man on earth. When iu iny hand lavs hold u potr the vitals; no power 'can-star that hand till it has accomplished the dread 'decree Dust thou art, and unto dust thou shall return.' Truly,' those who have hope in this life ly, ' are ot all men the. most nnsera But the hope of our dear ybung friend was not luted upon tliatvv which is seen it reached ' within the yeili'f ' and'vtfas anchored firmly to the throne of God ; it rested' Implicitly np'on' Wis promise's.-- barly in hie, be believed, obeyed, and commeuced a preparation for. the solemn chaiiL'e which he has undergone. His disease (consumption) enabled him to see the gradual but certain approach ol. dcatn tits eiili-ei)!ed nerves shrunk somewhat when he aiiiicijmted the last ron.est j but beyond all was bright. He saw ' the tender High Priest, who can be louche with a feeling of our infirmaiics," ready i ..... i i ' . ' ..I. iu welcome uim 10 inu-so jnaiwioiu.-wiuc he had gone to- prepare, Having livei sufficiently long to accomplish the great purpose . tor which lie was created, he sweetly " fell asleep," to awake again to eve.'Iasting lifu, ,, " So fudes a summer cloud away, So sinks the -galu'wheu 8.toriiw'are o' er, . So gently )i tils lite eye of day, : ' , So dies a ware along Uie slioru-". Retail prices of flour. At the Steubenville Ci,ty Mills. - Wbhl $6,00 5.00 19Clt.s $5,75 4,75 1?KI(IH,s 3,00 SitpHrfins K.xtrn Fine 2.50 STEUBENVILLE KEIAIL MARKET. TntiK American Office, . Steubenville, Dec. 31. rtuttcr.good table, V lb. ....... ,i ... , Cheese, new milk, lb r. . - j - 25c ...... 12c 10 t.4,0(3u1,u0 :.i..;..8IOc Stg'Jc :. i5 ....... 78c 10c IVrgS, OOZ Beet, by the .quarter,. . " fresh, ft,...., " corned "," , . . " dried .... Pork..lb...: " salted, If,..., Hams.) lb.......... " sugar cured.. . Shoulders and Sides. . Veal. 11. 14c 18c ;.1012c ....... b'7c 58c ...... 3750c ,..J2512i.c iMllUOU lb Lamb quarter Lnrd Di . . .,. .'...V. ..'.... Chickuiis, eacli,,, Wood, per cord VLUI.TAB1.SS. Beans, " Peck floinliiy. p quart, l5lBc .ri..$22,50 5U5fic 5c l oluioes fJ peca '. 30c Onions, y peck,.., oudCKUita. Sugiir, hrowii, "3 lb " crushed, y ft..; Mnplo'angar Uoffec, old Java, p lb , ' llio " lea, young hyson, jj) lb,.,:.., " bhir.k, oolong " ., ..i.. nice, f a,.... Salt retails ' at...,! Khiur. eJttra, bbl, ..... .. Fine and supeitine,. Hay, per ton, good common,. . " - good Timothy;. ...Wb 15c ..' 12c ISc 11c 50c(??si 5075c 8c .. $2,252,5() ...ti,(i26, ...,G,H0 $R,50 , . 4li,507,U0 SPECIAL NOTICES. 03" FI'W I WHY lMtOJIINENT. For' a 'long time there was a paragraph making its regular weekly appearance in our columns, with the brief, but emphatic words " Fits ! Fits !" always at tho head, to some an offensive caption, but not so to the benevolent and humane, who could sympathize In 'tlie : sorrows! of others Some persons are shocked at any indication of disease, and ro even thrown into nor yous excitement on witnessing a hearse or a coffin. Such are to be pitied. We should always strive ,to look ..disease and even death in the face with calmness, and es pccially "Cake every opportunity for allevi ating disease. Viewed in this light, the advertisement of 8. S. Hance, of 108 Bal limore street, Baltimore, Md., possesses a certain interest, and those who know o any one suffering from Epilepsy, Spasms, or Fits of any kind, should feel it a pleas ure to cot out his advertisement, or in some other way send word to the afflicted of the great value, of his remedies. They can bo sent to any part of, the country by mail.. Price $3 per box.f Tvo $5.. Twelve, $24.' ' i ' : '' declO . THOUSANDS WHOSE CONSTITUi' tions have been ruined, and their systems poisoned by the use Mercury, should give the following their earnest attention . Da. Git es, Newton Hamilton, Pa, May, 1851,' said :--" I have used, myself, 'half a dozen bottles of Hoofland's German Bitters for Liver Complaint and diseases of a ner vous character, resulting from the Use of Mercury. I was poisoned and afflicted with spasms from the use of this latter ar ticle." The German Bitters is the first ar ticle from which I obtained any relief. I have also given the article to many dys peptics', with the most salutary result. I tbinkas many mora bottles will cure me." See advertisement, - :- . , ' (ErVOU HEED ITKAcold is thought to be a too trifling' matter to claim quick or serious attention from some people, but, when 25 centsao go so far tp cure a cold, cough, sore throat or hoarseness,' hesitate not to invest that in a box of Bryan's Pul monic Wafers, sold by Ilenlrig it Melvln. ... THOMAS .MEANS, TTGJRN EJO AN D. CO (OfS ELXO R at Law. .Olfiin, Mukotj Street, oue dour below the-Pust Odke.SteutfjiiTttre, th i doc3t Dissolution of Partnership. M1E UNDEKSIG.NEIf'UavW been aclins iu partnership nu ler tha utuuu o f Slierrow 6i Williw, liavo" this day, by lit u dual consent,-.dissolved.1" ; ..W. 1). SHifBaOW.".; Uec.29, W5C. : W. D. Watis: . - ' : sijtj i j . NOTICE. WtiEREAS . SAMUEL; M. ' ' has publiklied a notice in the True Amer ican iii'vy'suaper of Dec. 21th, 185(i .cautioning all pe.Molis.agaiittt trusting iiie:un his account, uroDer renoect for mv-tulf coiudoIi iuu to 8tnte that lnve-m'pof'tjil myself Mini uis cuildrks, witliout any. aid. IVuiU' him, tur pi least iw years aud at uo fciin witliin. .that period, ... , 1 1 . j. , i. ..... .. i . . .. r. i . . P'Miiu n ib creuiq uv.iui ii iiiB ,iiu- wnix pue juud of meatlo feed his liuugry cjjjlirii, nor Willi one pound of Jlonhi Soapvliere'wHh to-hare-eariieu them a subsistence. My 'duty, therefore, to society, aud.niy. own future pros pects, compel me to emit ion all persuns against barboriiiff oritruatin j hiM iiif my account, cas 1 will most positively resist the payment, ot any or all debts so contracted.'-: ' ' i decJl-pa. , , ' tHikPi htA.31i;. CITT IIBRAEY. T, HAS'BEliN THE OCSTOM OF Several members of the Steubenville Libra ry Association to give, 6n New Tear's l)y, one or uiore volumes of ifieir owu selection, to this useful liislftution. .. .. . Tb)s liabit suggested to the Directors the propriety ot Keeping, open tlie liiprary itoom durfng.'ttw. gear's Day and sveaiug, for the piirpofe of 'tiliibiting the, Library aud receiv ing any comnouuouB . oi, puona u money which, any pursuit may bo, disposed to give. Since this is a public institution, which, through A . little liberality on the, part of the citizen-1, may become a useful ornament to the city, we feel at liberty thus to direct their at tention toward it.."-. v ;ui'S. By older of the Directors; .;: ', JAMES il'ALLISTER, Prest. .. J. Bucuanan, Sec'y. ",',;, ,' ' . df; LEGAL NOTICE. ; , . 'I. , V ,!'. James McCondless et al. Saniuel Llndsey et al. .. . .; .1,1 n: ii ... ! Civil action in the Court Common Pleasj etlerson Couli V.UIilo. : NOTIC15" IS lIEltl?ttY .UlVENtb ' Sauiuel Limlsey , of the State of Iowa., and Ua,vid. Gregg, of Pittsburgh, l'a,., tliat Janies ..McCandJcss Hubert Jamison and Thomas Jamison, partners under the name and stylo. of: James iUcCandlcss & Co., have hied a petition in the Court ot Coin uioH l'lcus tor Jetlbrson county! Ohio, tlie object and prayor of wllich''li8,, that the plauititts recover a jnugeiiioiit against ham ucl Lindsey'for $517,64,' with interest thereon t'roni September '!'2d, 1855, 'being thO bal'ahcQ due 011 a note for $1310, made by said bamuel Lindsey, payable to V 111. Liiulsey or .order on or before October 1, lDOb,.,w.ilh interest troin date, and dated August 17, 1355, and indorsed by tho said Win. l.indscy to the 1'laintins, iind tor tlie sale of lots numbered thirty-four, thirty-six ndlhirty-eirht, 111 the ton ot hunnglicld, Jeller'sou county, OJio and the proceeds to be applied to the payment ot said claim said lots having been mortgaged by said bamuel Lindsey to William Lindsey to ee cure the payment ot said note, and that un less they answer oh or before the 21st day of February, A. I). 1657, the allegations of said petition will be taken as confessed by them and decree rendered accordingly. . J.V.uCS iU UA.MJLLiSS! As CO, Ily Miller Ao Sherraud, Dec.31, 185ti.-6t Their Att'ys Sheriff's Sale on Petition 4th Order. Reuben Heeveret al .vs. James Ileuden et al )Y VIRTUE of an ordor of sale in this case issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas ot Jollerson County aud Slate of Ohio, bearing date December 2'Jnd 1856 and to me directed I "-ill expose to sale by public vendue and outcry on tho prem ises on ' TUESDAY, THE 27th DAY OF JAN UARY, 1857, at 12 o'clock M , of said day, the fol lowing Lauds and Tenements lyiiw and being situate in the County of Jefferson and State of Ohio to wit; the suiitli west Quarter of Section iNo J4 Township No 7 and Range No. 3, consisting of one hundred seventy nine and one half acres more or ess subject to the dowec estate ot IMiza beth llenden heretofore assigned ., there jn Terms ot sale one third on the day of sale, one third 111 J welve moutbs, ...the bal ance in Two years with interest, the .tic lerreu payineius to oe securcu ;uy , morta gage on the property. JAMES II. BLlNN. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Steubenville, dcc.24; '50. Printer's Fees$5,C2,'.j: SHERIFFS SALE.- L A.' K7 Jl. etal) David Fleming ' vs. T. C. Theacker DY VIRTUE of an order of Sale in this D case issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Belmont County and State of Ohio bearing date the 29t h day of October A.D. iSuti and to me directed 1 will ex pose to sale by public 'Vendue and outcry on the Premises On 1 " : TUESDAY THE 27th DAY OF JANU- ' ' i ARY 1857, ' 1 at 1 o'clock P.M. of said day, the follow ing real estate situate, ly ing and being in the Country '-'6f Jefferson and State of Ohio to wit: 24 feet of the west Bide ' Lot No. 24 in the' Town of Mount Pleasant" and County and State efortsaid' wUfi the ir- portenances theretb belonging. : Terms of sale cash,' JAMES 11; I1LINN Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Steubenville, dcc.2'1 '56 Printer's Fees $3,8t). ' ' ' i ; . ; W, THOMPSON, '! ... SURGEON DENTIST, i ' RICHMOND, O. AF'FI( E, Main 'StreeC fipposile Ex- chnnwe' Hotel. ' O" All operations warranled'.5 dert4 . k I EPEItATION having taken place be . twedn' Ellen Nease and myself, all per sons are warned against giving bar creuit on my accounl, as 1 will resist tha 'payment of auy oeuis ao cuiuracieu. dec24 r .'sr. SAMUEL M. NEASB. WV. M'LAL'GnLIM..V... .. .JHO. m'ialohlik Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory. WfM. M'LAUGHLIN & SON, Market , Street, Steubenville, opposite, tha Wash ington Hall, keep constantly on bauds a geu end and extensivs assortment, of . ' , ., SADDLES, BRIDLES, . , HAUNESSk ,. CARPET BAGS,' TRUNKSj ; WHIPS, &c Ace, Robca. borte Blankets, new stylos ; Sleigh bells, girths, .'nets, die, all of which they are prepared to sell wholesale or retail.: ' ' 1 A superior stock of Trunks on hand, to which partiomar attention is uirecteu. All articles id their line in store, Or if pre ferred, made to order. Repairing dona in the oeBt manner, vraurs soiiciiea, sua saiisiac lion reudorcd. '. !i v WM. M'LAUGHLIN k SON. Steubenville, decl7. 'fi6,-ly. : ':'- FLOUII INSPECTOR, i ;, IOHN EBERLINE, City Flour Inspector, J Office South Fourth Street, at William Beatty's Grocery; Steubenville, Ohio.' decl7 srftEtlET 't A?-'- . Ur-nl T Ouolnii ItRDimt CUTiiaW.lsa TV 1837, J -Ai ftr rlit.'e 1 IMe "d iter nttuUctd nnitr (A, oau tf "eoLHoieie WiriKS," , tkii or My otktr mutri j all tkct Pulmmc Wcjert m MmaUrfiiU, Tkt imi'm eon bt Ahm iy Ihi hum BUY AN Uug MaMoutm MfA WA'KH. .1.! 1 . .. ( .BUYAJf;? rcpro.s'TC; WAFERS ' r 3 Selievs Couahk, Colds, Sore-throat, Hoaxseneaiu i 1'' ' ' . BRlAnS PUMIONH' 'WAFERS' ' ' Belim Astoms, Bronchitis, Difficult Breading. ' ; BRYA.ya rOLMONIO WAFERS - ' "'' ' Belim Bpituig of Blood, Pains in the Chest '' '"'BOTAN'B njliHONIO WJtFEnS -r "l '' ' 1 Believe Incipteat Consomptioa, Lang Diseases. BRYAK-PtlKHOSin WAKERS ' Believe Irritation 1 ef Uie TJvula : an Tonsila ! . .-!( ..HRY-AsrU.MljS'ic WAFERS'". ') it i . Baliieve the shre Oom plain ta in Ten Hinutti. 'i BRYAN'S Ft'I.MOXIC W AFKR3 ! ".i - i . Are blessing tp classes ntd.eonstitatioas. Blt.YAyS'l'UI.HONHi.WAVEIVl. , , ti adas' wr YocalJts and fahlia Speakers. ., ' ' ", bri'a,vs prji.iioM: wafers , .'iV-, ' ' Improve the compass and flexibility of tie Voice. -BRYa'S'S P'rt.llojftC WAFERS4 Are la a 1 tttapW fortl and pleasant to the taste ' ; BRYAN'S PULMO.WWAFKR8 ') .;, C Not only relieve, but effect rapid & lasting Corel, , , BRYAVS PULMONIC WAFERS , ' ' Are warrantecl to pye . satisfaotlon. to every one . ': ''''jro' yainily1 enonld be withont a Box of,1' ': ' 'Bryan Pnlinonlc Wafers Iff TUV NUktK. ;' Ko'TraveW ihenid be'wlWat Box of Bryau'i Pnlmonte Wafer '- . ...iil.S.in'ocT.i i-u- :i',0 Ho Sealer aboold be without a supply cf j i t Brt'ou'n CnlmoBtc "Wafers 1 , V !:'. .c... r . ro aw wjnni.. . Ko person will ver object to , gjye, ' fer , ' ' - Bryants Pnlmonte Wafers ' , i . . ifun-mi cmivi :-li ' ' IRA t BilDWW k Co., fcdf'nfsfw, If.'Y.- t v ' ' Sole Pr omtvr$ TtJTTLil fc MOSES.' Jknlrarn; lf. t ''' ''' '' ' -, , h , .: I i 1 rtm Aunt !':f. : For sale by 1IBN KING MEln V1N. decS' CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS. Tm GREAT QNGLISlMEMEti T PRKKAItED FROM A PRKSCR1PT10N OF SIR J . CLARKE, H. D., PHYSICIAN EX V'tlXoRUlkAnV TO TI1B QlJEEflV fpHIS invaltiable medicine W tiiifiiiliiig A .in lheure of all I lioao .painful' aiwl diui- gerous (lisoidera to wl(ich ibo fttiunle constitu tion lig-Hivluist.,,- icodoratesc al .rxcf s nd reiiidves' tyll obist iitcttbtnit aifd a Speedy. 'uix' may be relied ii. - '!' ' ' 'TO'MAUUIED LADIES ; It is peculiarly. suited. j'U will hi a short (iiAe lii-ing on th(i innnt'dly' period with' reguliu'lry . ' '.Each hoi tie, price'otie dollar, hears the Gov" ern'inidi't Stamp of Orettt; Britain, to prevent cbiiuterfuits. ' '' ' ' . l! ,'".-";.:' ' CJiUTiox.,, TheseTills should not be.iukeii by females that are pregnant, during theii rst three mouths, as they are sure lu bring. oil , uiiacarri.iye ; but at. evry o,ther time mid iu tjvery other . case they are perfectly safe. Sole AgeUs for tins country ' I. C. BALDWIN & CO., . " ' ' ' Hochester, N:YS Tittle fc Mosia, Auburn, N. Y., Ueueral Agents. -" ' ' ' N. B. $1,00 anil b postage stamps enclosed to any aitiborized ageutVill insure a bottle of the pill by return mail;' ' ".'' v " ' For sale wholesale and retail ry iienllig Melvin, Seubenrille, 0., and by Druggists . 1 . 1 in 1 generally. ... uecio-jy Valuable Farm ,for Sale. ; '.' , ' mllE UN'DEHSIC.NED offers for sale -- his Farm, lying in Island Crock Town ship', Jefferson county, "Ohio,.' five miles north west of, the city of Stcubemmle, and four miles', from -.the Ohio River : There are two hundred acres in the farm, one hundred and: lorty cleared and in a high state of cultivation. "The timber is abun dant and of superior quality ; on excellent two-story J'raiue house, painted white j a good frame barn and all the necessary out buildings "are on the premises. Also, au excellent . apple orchurd, mid a first class spring convenient to tbe house, the tarin is well supplied wilh abundance ot water. Any porson . uVsirin" to purchase a farm of the above description may find it to their interest to call upon the tindersignod. ' decl7-4t JOHN R. THOMPSON. School Examiners' Notice to Teachers A MEETING;: for the examination of Tenchers, Winning in each case, prompt ly, at nine o'clock . A. M., will be hclu as lol Iowa : ' ' 1 ' At Sinithfiehl,' on Saturday, Oct. the Irith ; at S'leubeiiville. oir Saturday, Nov. tho 23lh-; at Itichinond. on Saturday, Dec. tho 27tlr ; and, at Siuithfitld eu Saturday, If eh; tbe Usth 18ft., .',- ... : .. By order of the Board , JACOB N. DKSELLEXI,. Clerk. Steubenville, Sep"t21t.h 1S5G. ADMINISTUATOK'S NOTICE. TVTtJTICE is hereby iriven that we hava been: qualified as Administrators of .1 . S . vrr'll? & II J 1 : IIIO estate or William lliinon ueoeuseu All tluVs VnoWihsr themselves indebted to said estate, will make immediate;ptiymeiit, and all those having claims against said estate are requested to present the same within one year from this date for settle ment. '' 11 SARAH AIXUON,: " 11. r. ALLMON, " : Administrators with tho Will ancxt. ' dccl7-:itpd ; " - " ' J Steuhenville Public Schools. . rpHE PUESENT TEUM, Tor ull the 1 Schools below tho Hhli School, will close on the 24th inst,, with a public exaniiualiou. of all the pupils in the several rooms.. , , , "the nejtt, term .will rommence oil Moq4yft the 5th of Jauuary, 185T' ' !,.." freierence oi auinission win oe given vu those pWils who have bemt regular in alttn dime nf$t the prcsentter.tn, who atlendall tha cloWt exuiuimitiuus, and who commence "with the beginning. ' ; declV Jt. j. 14. jj&aCiLbcm, oupt. C OAL HAULERS will take "notico, that thev are liable to a fine ot hot less than $5. nor more than 25," for every load of Uoal sold by them without having tlicijr wagons measured and branded, once every year. : The Ordinance .will be eufonxq! . ....... -u: -a.:.i' : ' ' ' ; agiiisv sit .uuuiiucrskv w rwHrvra-a ' decl7-3t";t.M: -! ') Weigh-Master; : 0yiter Saloon. r THE UNDliRSIGNED, living made . arrangements with EasleVn Dealers for a regular supply of Oysters during the sea son, would, most respectfully announce. to the lovers of this luxury, that ho keeps constantly on hind a choice article of the Cove quality. For sale by the Can, Half (Jan, or Dozen, at a reason a uie price. South Fourth Street, near the Norton House.' (nov.5) " 'WM. WINN.-.'. Second Stock of late Goods. T ALLEN is just receiving a large and general assortment of Ladieaand Qeuts dress goods, latest styles. . ; ' j Shawls A splendid variety Woolen iind Broshea, Ions and square Shawls, sod Fall Shawls,, at all prices, Cloaks aud capes, bon nets and trimmery and bonnets tniued. A beautiful assortment Muslins, Tickings, checks, Irish Linens, and Linen Table cloths, all sites; ladles and childreus' Shoes, and cum over shoes, all uricea. Camets -A snleudid assortment.'': Also, a large quantity floor and stair oil cloths, all Widths, will ba sold at very reduced prices at uie store ot , J.ALLrii. '- Corner Third and Maraet Sts "Stsubenvills, nov. 12. SiaBOOT qAXD SHOE cSTORE, a 2 d 1 A'KtWWOT HiOi j, BASKET STREET, STEUBEJnTllXE jOHIO. : , a T ''"!! "! ,rt ' yY ,ri'; f ' w'jfiia'.oiiJ fit .ii'; Muih JU)St RKCEIVKOtHJ'i LAiUiEST, Most Ooavttvi, and. CirKricsriSr)CK "of.'HOlME MADE-arid EASTERN '61tK, suiuhle.tfor tbf-faU and: Wtuur Traue. of the hioat' approved styles' add best nrialities r.to fe'.. " ' ' " '.-'- -;oct8 AY- NVoiif.. "; ..', -r . r'i' .DAVIDC0TT. AlT.v" Meiali'5 Gutn SSnis, Templing -Trunks. Carpet B;ijs, Jfcc, Cheap lor Cash. FALL' &: WINTER CLOTHINGI " 'NEW 9'1'OCK? ' " - 'i' ' fi iwlaud. the i'piihlia -.that tlieifjiew HtaflKjof plH.liig for r'lf artd Winter- Ti:a'Je,;'BianMfacliHred or tiolilb9U ville inarko(.4 tlieir, Wliohwale XstablislriMent in Cincinnati, haaiinst rrjv-.d; It'"-Jir(Hr, luflre varied, and wwbWRW finer articles tha" Mrt',Ht -' i-..-' i.-; hum Il ?;! jjiw f ':'; The stock embraces Coats, Pants, A est and Ilats aiid'l'ap.or. me.M. and bovs,' Jiimcjkerr chiefs, . Cravats; .Glove, JoscvSlfirU, and a full stock of FurnUhiuftUpqds, TriHiksCar pet,Sik8,;ValibeR,,.Umbrolls; ic.t ,j ! Frohinan t Co. slrtq ..keep 4Ui.)iaiid lull stock of CIiUwiihU' VH?t'rit1,-'Vi)Uuinifncture CluShin(" !o.J v'ib!r n.hort..4ioice, at prices that will be satisfactory to puroJiajwrsi.-f its warranted. ' - . - - - - Thankful. Vr'lt1tajery0ViWfal patronage heretofore extciued to, us . ,wa asjc lor a. poij-; tinuaiie' of it, Bud Vetf to-flSrfiirt! th pdilic that; it -will Waiie.Cnnilaht nltrf. bvleulnii? 'honorably, to deserv it.1 -We maybe forfiid; at h old stand', MarkeUtreet, one dooreaA of the Wasliingtoh Uall.Give nsaeaH'.' ' ' sept,24 185G. E. FEOHMAN 4Q., J - U- ' ' ! ' 'H'' -O Howard 'Association Philadelphia. I MPQUTANT ( AISNOUNCM KJNT. To all person a'diicled with.PepaVDUeas- M.such os Spsrniatorrlraca, seminal! weakness, imnoteliCe.'Ooiibrrhaja, cleet,'1 Svhllis, tbe Vice'of Wamtm.'bVSelf'Abuse.ioi'Acl The Howard 'Associalioa, in, yiFw, f ;the awful destruction jof btiDiai. life, 'caused by t Sexual diseases, and the defeptions practised I A i upon the unfortunate .victims bfsu'ch diseases liv Onaekn. Iinvo diiucW. their.r'CoiiSultinir Surgeoii.as aCharilable act ' worthy of their, name, to give -Medical Advice" Gratis, to . all J' ncrsons thus a'fflicle f. who apply I ply by a letter , with a descriptiou pf their condition, (ageoc- ; - I .".".'. - - i..i.! tm j..,i in . f extrcine poverty and suffering, to .Funiish Medicines, free o'charge, , ' - The, Howard .Association is a lienVo'elit Institution, establish'id by special Cildowhieiit for. .the relief of the .sick "add distressed, affile- ed with " Virulent imd Epidemic Diseases.' it has' now a surplus of means,' which the Di ectors have ,voted to expend in adyertiiiffr the. nbova not ce. .11 is needless to aua i mat the Association commands the highest . Medi cal skill of the Age and will fufnish (he mos approved. inodtrii" treatmc Just Published, by the A nn SniM ihiLnn lid!. or Semlu vicf of Otiauis.n, - Masturbation' or Self abuse, , , Ix. , , - -, ' and other Diseases of the Sexual Oigans. by 4 ' ' 1 the Consulting Surgeon, which will be sent by' j mail, (in a sealed envelope,) Free of charge, ! . r . . t ' on the receipt of two stamps for. postage. I Address, Dr. Geo. E. Calhoun, consulting . c. .t tr..- i , xr.. o ii. ...ti. ' Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of tho Directors. "J . ' ' ' GiiO. F.nhciiu.u, Secretary, . EzbaD. Heabtweli., President. October.,.:. .....185.6; NEW. FALL AND WINTER GOODS TVOW OPENED atG. & J. SCOTTS, " Extra Rich Dress Silas.. Freach Dehiius, and Cashmeres, Paris ..Millinery, Bonnets, Head-Dreascs and Irciich Gloves, Bonnet Ribbons, of the richest styles aud qualities, Pi'in U, etc., etc., at very low prices. octii. G. A. 1. SCOTT. IJONNETS, BONNETS. Wo have jnst opened one of the finest assortment of Falland Winter Bonnets thalhas ever been brought to this place. We are determined to surpass all our former efforts to please our customers, and with'pur 'preseiit stock jif V elvet, Satin, t issue and btraw lionnels, we feel assured that we can suit the most fastidi ous taste. ' (octB) ' u. it. J . SUU I I . PMBROIDERIES. I ltiNos, Ac.- Embroi'd DRESS TUIM- d Uollars. at every price frnm.Gc to $7,0U ; Mourning do. and Sleeves : Jackonet and: Swiss Inserliiigs nii'l Edgings; Flwuuciugs, Dimity Bands,, etc., etc., together with every varieiyof dress ti'i In inirs, now opened at : . oct8 , . G. t J. SCOTT'S. MILtlMEKY GOODS.-I1. our"5Iil 111 1 linery Kopius ran he found all kind' of illinery goodH at wholesale or retail-; fine rench Flowers of every inscription , Ameri - m French Flowers of every uescripti can . do.; l'l nines ; Borders, Frames, straw Trimming, Chenille do., Bonnet Ribbons, Trimmings diy Taffeta and Sa'ln. do'.', Telvet Plush', Satin, silk, etc., allpf Wjhicbwe will sell to dealers as low as they can huy'them in Pittsburgh, (ocis;. ' a. 'i j.scott... 1 " Books! Books!! HLv SUBSGKinER, havina pn.rcli "ed the entire establishment of J. R.Sl IHS- Sbiuk Co., cousisliuu of Hooks, blationaiy. VV all Pader, etc. etc. ..oilers great, inducements to those in search of bargains -particular atten tion given ii) keeping on hand a constant sup ply of the various kindst-of School Books now u ust.. Country 'mcrhanta supplied , on the mrisf reasonable '-terrus1. Market, ' between Fourth and Fifth Streets,' Steubenville.' "" sept.24 ; - J. M. LAYTOW. New Dry Goods and Grocery Store. THE UNDERSIGNED would respect fully announce to, the citizens of Stcubeii yille and surrounding country, that he lias commenced the basincai.of dealiiij in Dry Goods, Groceries; and all' kind of Provisions necessary for. family consumption.' Also, Feed for horses' and cattle. His stock consists of every Variety' usually kept in the Dry Goods, Grocery, Provision and Feed line. lie hopes, by . careful attention to buincss, ahd by selling (roods low, to receive a liberal share of tlie nalronatreoi tho city and country. South Third street, opposite tlie tower enu of the Market House, between Garrett s and McCarty's. " JOHN B. LIGGETT, i Steubenville, nov.5 '56. i'- ; - , t MORE LIGHT QN THE SUBJECT ill iA un rtWnfn "'T '()' ' "' ' .' ' r ' I Lave Just received' the SylVicOil and Lamps. TheliL'ht from this oil exceeds' in brilliancy any lightj'madb frotri yhile or lard oil, and U IIOI, llliuriur IW eoinjiliri,, uu, inuio uo,iihui( aa camohene rnav exoloJe.. this cannot. Call at tfie MedicaWHll,-iinb evenings, arid slue it buruj i 'OLlVh.KB.ELLS,'' . declO. , ' Agent for Jefferson County. A LAROB STOCK OF Fall and Winter Goods. SUPERIOR Black and Blue, Brown, Olive and Green'Cloths. " Extra fine Black French Cassimeres; French fancv Cassimeres. , ; Yestings: Silk, Satin, renadines, riusn, Velvets and White Silkjestingsall newest styles, and be made in the best manner. i " Shirts, fancy and colors, Undershirts ana Gloves, and all other kinds of Furnishing Goods. i. . Always on hand, Ready Made Clothing and all very tow tor casn. J. LITTLE, Merchant Tailor, ; ' " nov'5 2d door from comer 3d A Mar. Notice to Tat Payers NOTICE is hereby, g'njen that, the time for receiving taxes wdl ba extended until Thursday December stn. , ,. ....... . JOHN McADAMS.y .'Dsc.lt. " ' Treasurer Jeff. Co. ini8ii...i L . , i ,, i , 1856; '.'.ii - T 1 tfu&mnv :: I:i856. VHO.ill P ry JfJ od s, 40 w h i ck tlp . iespct fu II jr. Ayf'fa tl.e jiU bfaoe'ii Bli.tffc h-rHticv i -;.Kigf an iliicJi'briii'.edihdiihiiM.iiV'rsiaiiu js.fi-i il Lo;llJ'y.ll,liiUMhbnli)fo--t .;)');';:; :i y.: if W'fciiWH aMiMMte Wow. ail! i (rieuch iuLEiigUKb4-4,cliiMUesv .., "Liipiii's sup. blHCk.Jjonibaainfi.;,', ' ,'. I -Wack AlpBca.'ttlolnaj'ftoHtres antf ie'bagcs French and Scotch-f5liiBralde'ri.'"v' ' !,'; fiwiss, Jack6iiBr,'botik"ia "rnitUMaXlFi. : v .ywlla, jlirocbe.) casiiwer and irpol shawls. ' Uouwiit lti))biirts.uiid-lreH;1 'i'rilDiliiugsv.' I .. n SufxnificJiysUfLMiiuiigj and Shirt I'tjnntu '15esi. nukes bleached aud-.brb.wu.sjiirtiiurs.. " Sup. bleftchcd a broivh, siieetings", alf widths. Bleachfil'aud brown'Llnfin TabW'Clolhs." 1: Linen and- cottoii TaMn Diapers; s ' Birds ye,Busslan MM HuckaWk lew'e'Us. .Ifed. ViLite,yellw snd barred Flannels. , w - lteiitibJlHHi bb.aohUt-aMl.tbMAii nanxUuta' Best malltes hkaeliWatyd btvi u Cantoii'do.' i iSitperi FrMcltlotb Hlr l)ot3i(is.: "Hi Shi 1 11 ii tf, Tweds; t)HgHiinrs and Jrans.'i ' Bhirtiii'fe stripes' and chselis, Linseys.T ) , i Kid, tilk lid wooleu'Gl0v8'.' "i i 'n i. Cotton, tainbit' -Wool ahd merin'o BoiserV.'c! llotther wilbvefy' variety 'Of goods' '(Jf tlie DrpGof ds 1 ilic, art Of Wliicb' willbsuli lit " f P'r?fV',wt,k' ' tV-fj'.--T-..- ..rf.. ,., . . V . - . 1 m -l lour . . i i-.i ' vetooer abu, louo. -.ij.' -j 'MEW QOODS.-Just' . J. Tim A'Cd.'s. " rt'teived at 'A. r'6 be'atitifiilloVof Stella Shawls," , i";."..',' Bia Clodi'ii'd Thibet SliaWli'," " ' . " "" A fexi1. pieces riald roplins.uew arti.-lrt., "; ' .. ' .-. r .1 V-.1: T: -'V :1 . . Mine veiy pretty w ooi plaids for child ruu,. .! aiw leW VWn.CIoaic,.. . . ... ... Silk Bonnets atid' fciiiinei Itibboa "7 1 '. .!...! .....I m..-.. T.. li:;--...- ' ". iiiuuuii unit iuu.un v13 ' Jl;vS(. (.- . f Super.1 Pfetich ai'd A'uierican Blankela. A new and 'snpejior bit Hue. Prints. . ' Superior assortiiH-'nt.of Woolen Hosiery '.'j ''Neat fig'd Mans doLaiiies for fchidreilic., Please call aud see thvin 'oct23f '- .. .A.''tlM 4 CO. ' ' '' NEW STORE. 'FHK UNDERSIGNED begs, leave to .' liifiirtn the'puliliii that Iie .haV resumed business lie'ar 'the old stand. North of Dunlap ill:. ft Coble's1, corner' Adams aud Fourth streets, 4.t. i.;.. .... -it., r... v..e.. Tr7'Hn" l ' "f. V T of 0 foot, Ounl.SJioas of all sizes. Dry Goods; Sntiliiels, daimeres, Cobarijes, Alpacas, Cashmere, Delaine, Prints, chec ks, Flannels, 1 'CK"'; . , V11':' "".V t,oii.r..rts, etc., etc., i which i win sen low lor cnasu or pro- .-...u i ,. ' v UU. JUll HUU J9VV. ocl!22' flfGn STERLING. . - 1 pLOTHS, CASSlMEKSy.VESTlNGS and Clothing, fur uieu and boys wear. Dout'lierty it Hro. have iusf received a verv heavy; stock of Woolens fr Fall and- Winter trade, which iliey will sell ready made, or make to order, or by the pieco cheaper,- and can sliow a more desirable slock of goods than any house iu this line in St-enbenville. . , ;i ,; DOUGHERTY 4 BRO- ; Mr. John G; Barr, wlm . superintends this department, is well known in this comma uiiy ns haying twenty year experience as a practical aud popular cutter. . octlj ; : .: ,.. ; j D. & B. S.'L. Sharp, Wholesale and TEEPS coijstau Ik- manufactured t Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist. tly on hands all kinds of tobacco, cixars and . snuff Articles soiu uy an in are warremea to tie o llie best nihility.' " ' '.'. ' 'Shop on Market si reet, south side, one door below sixth street, and opposite wash a uew building. . Steubenville, i.ov!2-ly. Second Stock of Fall Goods. A LKXANDEft .CX)NN. is now opening his ecoud genejal stock . of Fall and Wiiit er, Goods, for this season's trade, embrac- ti 1 r Plain, and Fiirured Dross Goods of every variety; Ladies cloth Cloi.ks and Tnlnias, of yrey and other colors of the newest stvles ; 11 . .1. . C....11- r. . ti.::..., ii'Li.... Ill IICIIC, OllMlHfc vallilitii:, Allium, uu Hill Shawls; elegant Lace Bonnets, of overy varie V ; Bonnet Kibbons Borders, Ac.; Dress ' Trimmings of all kinds ; Gloves and Hosiery, 1 for Ladies, Gents,nd children ; French cloths and cassimeres : Domestic and housekveiiine: Goods of all kinds, with every other Oeacrip tiou of; goodSj in tha Dry Goods line. . The business beiii)j conduoled on the cash princi ple, great iuuuc,eiucuis are . onuruu to casi nurc lasers. . ' ... -..: i.,,. .., IT 1 wo utile. a pw i iiiuiueipuia uiauauia o arrive in a day or two. .rj uclX'J .'0. ALbA.HUbli tUxn 185G. NEW FALL O00DR . i r , 1856, H. 0. Garrett,: Third. Street,, i TTAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE JLA and splendid slock of Wain black, bar red and striped Silk, plain and fmcycol'd Silks and Satin, in great variety ; Trench, a n Al1 .1 ti l 1 . Merino, uobiiro; ana J ersiau uioms, au snauc of colors ; Delains, Delia no, cashmere and Thibet Cloths, a full assortment ; cloaking cloths, black and fancy colors French and English cloths and. enssimorejb, SaLlnetts. Tweeds, etc.; Shawls, all colors styles and qualities; a hue assortment or; .Hosiery, Gloves. French Collars ' UiidergfeeveR.'Litieri handkerchiefs, Hulr and Swibs xCdglne, hnq InSertinir. Irisli: Linen, Priuts, dinJliatiis' Checks, Tickiuif, bleached Lineu, cotton Sheetihg, etc.; etc. ,' octo i n. m. UAit-nci i, iriiru ot. pARPETING- We have just received a larce aud desirable stock of tsarpetiiiff , Mats, Druggesta, Rugs, etc.,. of every style and color ; a great portion of which was bought at ruiuous auction sales, which will enable ns to sell lower than any other. house can do.' , ... " ."' ' IT. B. 'A vary desfraule line bt 3 ply velvet and .biussels.' ;" - :' ' .' ' ocll5; ' "V " ' DOUGHERTY dt Blip.;; Fall And Winter Stock of hrf Goods'. ! TjOuGHERTT 4 BRO., ' T HaVEJ,UST RECEIVED, in thelt comer ' room, a ' very . large and superb stock of roo'ds for La'dicS' Wear and house keeping purposes. ' ' . press goods Comprising: DelalnB. Plain black Silks. Fitrnred do M rinus. Paramettas. Col'd Silka. nfcweet atylesi De Buges. Coburirs, Black Alpacas, English and Amorioan rinus, rioia.rreucn jjenuon, Printed . do. Printed Cashmeres,. Plain and Fig'd do, Pltiid Flannela, Ae. ..!..,,, .. . j BOUSK. FLBXIiBJlHO tMIODB. I V ) Ttlnntreta of ewrv' siie. kind ana Qiislkv : sheeting nn.d shirting rnuslliis, find medium and heavy Linens ; Tickings, Flannel. Dia pers, Towjing, Marseills ana Lancaster Quilts, Table Liueiis. Damask Cloths, crumb cloths, Napk wt, Woolen Table: covers ; also, a heavy stock o Hosiery, u loves, etc. v, - t , . &11AWL1. CLOAKS AND lUSTIlXAS, : Thibet. Cashmere: Brocha and. blanket Shawls, cloaks, Tkluias aud Mantillas for fall and Wiuter wear, together with a full stock ot Ladies cloaking cloths to make un, with'a full assortment of cloak and Dress Trimming to match. . . DOUGUJOtTY A iiUU., , octl v.No. 101, Third aud Market Sis, 1 0O Uls LOG WOOD and 50 botes Extract of logwood just received by , Oct: r; -,' j hewing 4Mjuvx. eiii.iuu, vii purcnarurxv. uursvucK.em- faiify and stapler iif Forehfij. and. Do- Maniintchm.'. Wyiianie hL'p'urr f ' ilFlw.l-fk lid ril1 nnl'ifj vi. In rilaatta tlw.ua tt ll r . . i.Y',.i: m'nv call.' '"'The' stock N Aliiiielv'nuw. corisist- S8'ciatin,,a Report : ing,' ill fViirt, ,f .Grocfcf ies, Queen'sware, Glass al Weakness tli.i ware; ''hardware,' Tlii ware, Boots and Shoes of PECTOllAL, 0 Colds, , ConRhs, mid Iloarseucs.o. tl.-T - D. J.CAHl: IdoMtlMltMrtwwr' , Um bait rwwtljr I k4t t(um'm1 . j Conch,, IIoHTKliwirl iilliin,j,, mill Hie. ' :cnacnmlMnt ynipuum.rf' enlit, It ynnrJ ! i I'HtlKT racTuuci 'laiiiutaM.uM m : a rlor Tirtnf t tl, timlnwnt t them ; Jf. r.nii.WHt.. ikitKM KAiairr.u.D.? jid: A. B. MORTLKT, Kiq,nJnrIitTl.4ti tued jhwt lTwiiEJ, nnnrairuil lu mjt -bwiilr-f nr liivflut, lt.iinU ueliere it Ui lw ni.liViii. wlt4 purpnw w wl ont. Wilh had H1 hi"iM ipomr fur twnKty-nvl) lVStarfi kkuMk OumJo aiwt4(, or UikeaujolUr!iiiltaj.":.fii H'u , lit.' urtiiil ,n ' . -CroupiVVfcoopiB CoaKhf IrlotrH. Srusarmn. Muuu. i'ak. 2. lsSi riRoTHO Am: T will rlierrritflr mUfV iinir PinniAl MMt rtmwfr wv immlfi t the torS o( W1wnno Oiaqh, Croup, ml Um cheat nluwuw c ihUinm MI yHi ftitwutly in Um. SmqUi ipnxii4 jotf lW awl ..r...r. .uaii,! n.iHiUsi flOSKLTirPtf.D "I hud a talimn lungau,.,ivc.mauw u u triad our PcioJii Y via julvtre of our clortTBian. The flrat dow rellmwl Ilia aorriiraa In J throat and tnan i kaa tutu m bJf tha tmatla mm ma amfciir well. Your medidifra.tM-camiartaaanltaa MmM we can nr, ana we wieeni T'H , iMCtufc V4 jour kh dtea. aa the DOW Asthma or PhtliWe, Iind BranMiitm ' WrtMcHtwa. PileV4sil. ; Sit: TanrCacmT Pmrroiui. la pcrftTnini aivrlVa curaa In UiU aecUon. It hw relieved aTeral tnftu ainrm- -tag vmptonui of conanmplion, ani to now dnrinnawa who naa labored under an affrrtioa of the" Uat m tka taat )rtj yean. . ,j USHr PKKB, Metebjpt. ,!-V,A. RAM8BY,,M.W ii,!Iai Col, torn, wrltea, Sept 4, 1S6J; During (njr pinctioi of awn vrya . I hare found hirtlUnnl,i-frt jfoiir Cnoit rCToXl fifing eee and relli-f to Anauii4t faStt,r9miit ijauchMatecuraUiaibiU to 'licuiv SliJ (it airlj 1 ,sWe uigktiadat metevtleiwa, but l)i jayat na ulndug ptuol of tba MXW.df lUa reaei(y.lf fra.'8 tfccJanpon UlaV v. ....::! i.r 1 .Hn , .! . . . . , jConsnmpuoa. o...,), profcabiy no" one tetovOy htw irt Mea knoVa wnlUh enrnl to manV and oV-k flunWhW Aae to thai1 font iiilininaa aid oaii fWcb; fcit'eVen'to tfcoee tie Cmoair PatfroaiLaBoraa wnefahd eoirr.'l i ". : ATtoaNiTnK'CrTT(Marfo).S,1Sr Dooroa Ant, fcowa: t fwl U a dhtj awl a .alaawra to Inform you what jonr. .Chkiuit PEcroati. hna kmc for my wife. She lia.1 bedn live "miintliii 'lalwrlns under tha " lUngmmd aymptonwnf rAmliptlm,.frein hirh n aid : enuklpniennA her! aincli relief; oSliawaa ateadUy , ; failing, until rjr.tronis of ttila rlfy. M: e hare com tvf aJvlce, rmumiiended a trial of VuAir Birdlffsr'. We tie hiakindiifwii-aa we do yens akin. ttr-Mw baa ! aaadfViimUiatiki.T. She l not ye aaattoat;.aah aeed , U br, lait it tre tlMHi i opiMrh.aad imI kanatf fU. Vnni. with 'iyiB, la alul rm'arl. 1 ' ' OrtJiumVffW, not Roopalr tilT yoB hiwe tried' Atrn't Oeir ricmtuw it it aiado ly oneof the tieatm-aHcal clieniitta iu the world, and ita enrm all arauail ut'lieaiiaak I (be UigU luvjifa uits virtuua,- Waiit tyhiu aftrj , Ay er tatliart THE tclenrea of Chemiatry and Medicine Ua, Uoa taxed Uielr utnKMt to prwlaco Uiit lxit,;t perfuct fiurgaUva Klil. li It knuwu to man., lunuiaerabl prpob an ahuwu Uiat Uiew pau Lme virtue, wnitb iuruaai u excellence the ordinary refdlclnea, and tluit they win an pracedestedly upon tle esteem of ull men. They are pate and pleasant to take, but powerful to" core. "Their pene trating properties ttimulnte'tne'rltal acfirlttrtiof rheliodr, remove tlie obatructiont of lt oricana, imnry the I oil, and expel dUeaae. Tbey purge out the foul hmBonhl. h breed and grow dhtemper, atlnmlate einpjrVh or Slenr dered organt Into their natural action, and impart Iwajtlrjr tone with atrength to the wholi ..vm,rKt only, do they cure tha every-dny complailitt af every bodvh alto tbrmldabla and danzerout .diauuiei that luu, IwOled tlie beat of human akill. 'Wliile they prorluce pwrrcral offecta, Uieyan at the name tinia, to dimUiialied dnaea. tlie lafeet and beat phytic that raa be emplo.ved for .chlKliva. Being mgar-onated, theyf ace pleatant. to tftk- ; and Jwing purely vegetable, am free from, any riak f barnvi' Curca bate been made which eurpnu belief were 'thejr hHmb. atan tiated by men of inch exalted ptidn and chHrartor ka to forbid tbe aunpldon of untruth. 1 Iauy eminent clergymen and pnystclana have lent their najnea WeerS. ry to the public the reliablSry of my woledlet, WWW ofk er have tent mt tbe aaraaaca of tWir eonvlctlcnr that my Preparatlont oontrlbute immenaely tb the relief of liy afflicted, mfferfug fellow-men. . ) . 'i tiv ' A , Xua Agent.belP tsuuedjn plcfuie to fartiiali grat my American Almauac,rontakig JiwUoftjbejr wa,jd certiflcatea of their curee,' of the'folloaing coinplulritaf Cottirenrat. Biliona Complainta, llhenmatlam. Dmpay, Heartburn, Hetuiaehe ariaing Irom a foul Stomach, New aca, Indigetrieh, MorMd laaetloa of the Bavela and Pain arlalng therefrom, Flaiuleney, Iwa of Aiiet!te, all Clear out an4 Cutaneous! Disease, vla!ch re)alr an' eTacuaat Medicine, Scrofula or King's Kill. They alto, by purify ing the Mood and stimulating the cystem,-cure many tomplalnUi'whk-k it would not I hiippaiied-tby cawld reach, such as Deafness, Parting niindueM, Neuralgia and Nervout Irritahillfy, Derangertenta of the LfVer aaoVKKV neya, Ooirt. and other kindred complaint, arising' fnex a low state of the body or obstruction of it, inactions. . i ' Do not be put off ly unpi-luclpled dealer! wttb loma other pill they make mora-profit on;- Ask Ibr-'Anrt rnu, and take nothing elee. So ather. Ihey can glt yon comimra With flilf iu its inrrinsio value or uii . paver. Tbe akk. want tbe bent aid liora, it fcr.Uiem, pud they, lliould hare it. . . ',, i. -) '. V Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEH, : Practical and Analytical Chemist, LowtU, Ksm. -., faxes KS Cm. ma Box. fivi Bom rvntl,, IT JL'Xr..l: , G,n..kanwill.. . J. B- Suninerall, Bloomingdale ; .. . , i F. Fisher, Wintersville ; ' .' n 1Vi ' ! W. Price 4Sn,' Smithfield 4 "W.'IL Crew"t Co:,Richmoud ;"J i ' : M'.'O. Morgan. Mt. PleaMnt. Jw( .. - And nil Druggists and dealer in adbUlointi, everywhere, im; ! . i .i,.',splJi D 0 C T WoJklW'&i .,, ;'.. ,..., k OELEBRATEt) !'; ' .lt;isj GERMAN BITT.ER$x u : . . A FBtrABID-Bt'.U l a-.C.'5 ' vl Dr. C. M. JACKSON, PHlUAO!AtT A, t!;r-:-.i:, ' :)nvu, snracTTAUf j.i a.-iTto . Liver Coipplamt; . Uyspepsia, Jaiiudice,, CliroJiic or Nwous Dpbility, DisSasjBa qf.th? Judncvs, and all diiseaseaar.isiiigroni a is prdurcd Livcr.or wchf i:,";,.; ' ' ,"1 ''as'Co'ristlra- ';s9 ;. : tTon, Inward Files. ' ' FiilhesKof blood to the' ' ' Vtv -'head-Acidity bf the Stomach" ..':' . Nausea, heartburn, Disgust for food, Fulness or weight in tlieStom. ' . ach, sour Eructations. Siukinjr of Flut: terng at the pit. of the! stomach, Swim- mius of the head-,', hurried and difScplt breathing, fluttering at the heart, Choaking or suffocating sensations 'when jn -rying;-; postufe. Dimness of . ViaioD.Dots of webs -' . 4 before the sight, Fever and Dull paifl Vit :i.rtlr'e,1ied; Dcfltienty Of .persplratiorr A ...,',V Yellowness of,- tlie.,. skin,. andir i ; JSye..n. I'. the Side, Vlf ,;ivi vi, ;i flushesofriCatBurit- ;'' " " v'i..giulhe flesh'1 ' 5 rt " " ' " Constant Im : --iegingsofe. U- '-' -s ' . , ' ' - I : vil . and . 'i ; ,? ' vi'.'i Great ,-'.-,': , :. ':nV: , Depression f Spirits, . i The uropretnr in calling , the attention, of tlio public to. this preparation, does so. with. feeling of the utmost confidence ill its vjrtues and adaptation to the disease for which it is lUl'Uimiici'ujzfci. , It is no new and Untried article,-but Sane that has stood the test of a ten years' ; trial before the American paople.and its repntaUon aud sale is unrivalled by any similar prepara tions extant. Tha testimony in its favor giv en by the most; prominent audi well known Physicians and individuals-ill all parts of tbe country is immense, and a careful perusal t-f the-Almanac, puDUBneu,annuauy oy. mo pro prietor; and to be had gratis pf auy of his Agents, cannot but satisfy the most skeptical that this remedy is really deserving the great celebrity it has obtained. i .;'ii)..: rn rv ' : Pmnoipal umce ana Nsnuiaciory.- me. Atbh St-, Philadelphia, Pa,,r r hi f t '. jT Sold by Hen ing & ,Melvi, Steubenville, Win. M. Blackburn, Bloomflold, Smith Ljoo, Richmond. . , m aprl6ul5S-Jy . ; THE EXAMINATION of Teachers, on Saturday, the 29th inst'. will be held in the Steubenville High . School Building, nov26 JACOB N. DKSELLEU. JEFFERSONi PPUNT Y IFFIRMARV . have in charge aeveral childreni mala and foraalo. from two to ; twelve yosrs of age, for whom situations are wanted ia resoecUbU familiee.J." i ' '-''' : Apply td wither '. ." . ;ff '. . ., " JOHH IlARTfOftn, V, , ,-1 1'i!5H,1 ,t:'1' ".;Witi!iCoi.NiNOOAiti a -3 Directors.