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"Citizens' Bank, still continues to pay interest on Deposites. Jati 4, '54 D. Moodit. , I"WEISER'S Daioerrean Rooms hare been fitted op beautifully. If jou want a rood likeness call at W EISER'S. P. 8. Every variety of pictures taken. Price Reduced to 25cU. Kuoiu corner of 4th and Market streets. G. W. Waiki. mat : Hats! Hatb! Hats! A new lot of fall and winter hats and caps, of all sorts, sizes and color, just received at Ulassgow's Hat and Cap Store, corner of 4th and Mar ket, Streets. Ho ! every one who has a head to shield from the blasts of winter.cali and get the most fashionable, the best, and the, most comfortable hat to be had in town, for less money than you can buy it at any other place in Steubenville. C7 We would earnestly solicit from our friends in this county, the favor of informing us at the earliest opportunity, of accidents or anything else of importance that may occur in their immediate neigh borhoods, or within their knowledge du ring the week. By complying with this request, they will greatly assist us in giving the local news of the county, of which the public should be apprised. wan New Stock of Goods. Garrett is a gain on hand with a fresh supply of the very best quality and latest styles of Dress Goods, Cloths, Cassimeres, and prints of every variety. He visited the east at the proper time, when money was worth 20 per cent above its iormer value, and goods 2D below, hence he is prepurad to sell at remarkably low figures. Call and examine. Advertisement next issue. S&" The annual Conference of the Muskingum District M. P. Church, com menced its session at Cardington, Mori row cnuny, Ohio, on the 23d day of September, and adjourned the 27th, after a harmonious and very pleasant session We publish the following Ministerial ap pointments, in which the people of this county are more immediately interested: President, W. II. Marshel. Steubenville St., Joseph H. Hamilton; Mt. Pleasant Ct., J. S. Thrap-Z Ragan super assistant ; Newburgh Ct., . A. Brindley ; Leesburgh Ct., J. C. Hszelot. , The citizens of Cardington evinced great hospitality in sustaining the Con ference, and, for bur-self, we say that we hope never to forget the kindness we re ceived from the nmiablo family of Mr Rose, with whom we sojourned during our stay in Cardington. The next session of the Conference is to be held in Salem, Fairfield county, Ohio, commencing on the last Wednes day, in September, 1858. Commercial House. We invite the attention of the (raveling public to. the card of Mr. S. Liggett in this paper. We have examined his houso and find it to be thoioiighly renovated and every way suited for the accomodation of trav ,Iers. The siabeling is excellent, and from the well-known courtesy of Mr. L. and lady, we predict that this is 'destined to be one pf the most popular houses in the city. fCT We invite attention ti the card of Mr. Cady, and also that of Mr. Thom as, in this paper. They are both accom modating gentlemen and keep excellent Tables. . E. G. McFeely has just received from the East a fresh supply of Boot., Shoes, Gaters, Ladies Slippers fec. Sic. A better assortment is nowhere to be found in the city. Our friends who may visit the County Fair and those coming in from the country on other business would do well to give him a call. Home made work to order on short notice. 2t Died. A his residence in this city, at two o'clock this morning. Judge Win McDonnald, in the 59ih year of his age COUGH MEDICINES.-Dr. Keyser's Pector al Syrup cures Coughs ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures Colds i Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Wyrup cures Influ enza; ,'.-;: i Dr.'Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures Bron chitis ;7 For. Laryngitis, take Dr. Keyser's Pector al Syrup; . For Incipient Consumption take Dr. Key ser's Pectoral Syrup ,-; Fori cold in the head take Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Svrup ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures sore , throat;"'." -..'" Dr.i Keyser's Pectorol Syrup cures Qutn- zy; ; . Dr.i.Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures old Coughs ; " . . ' Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures all kinds ot diseases of the lungs and breast ; i Dr., Keyser's Pectoral Syrup' cured John . CP Little of an old cough ; - . Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Sprup cured Leek j Harper of the Post" in half a day ; -Dr Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured YVm. . Hill in one night; -Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured Jos. S. M. Young, in twenty-four hours ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured the Cashier of the Deposit Bank ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Hyrup cured the ed tor ot the Washington Examiner ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured J. P. - Barr, Esq., formerly editor of the Chron icle; '.. '. . Dr. Keyset Pectoral Syrup cures every ... one who takes it for coughs, colds,' in fluenza, and hoarseness. Price 50 ceuls and l per bottle. -'vi- -r-,.,- , ' fW-Preprfred ani sold by Dr. Geo. H. Keyser, wholesale Druggist, i No. 140, Wood street. Pittsburg, P., and' sold.bj Hening ie Melt-in', Steubenville. l 1 m 9,m, .,-' '."rY -';;:"' BTETJMiKVnXB BJETAIL JtABXET True American Office. . .. Steubenville, Oct. 7, Flour, extra. T9 bbl $6.00 ao Mipernne. fi " Butter, good table, f B , . 20c Clieeae. new milk. 19 tt 1214c Egg. 1R do ' 10 iievf, liy uie uunrwir '" ' fresU. u OttCIZtt . ; corned " " " dried " .... 89c 18o. 78c Pork .13 lb........... , salted, & .. .., Hams. $ ft " sugar cured.. ....... Slionl(li'raiul Sides i... 10c 12 lb ...... ..10l2c 67C .... 58c 5075c 1212c 15 18c .$22,50 12c lie ..--18 18c ......... 14c 50c8c ..5u73e Veal. W lb .. 4 . . . met .a "-- Million flf Dj Lamb V quarter Lard fit. Chickens, each Wood, per cord, uaocKaiia. Sugar, brown, 19 lb crushed, f lb Maple sugar Coffee, old Java, lb ' ltio ' " ...... lea, voung hyson, lb... uiaca, ooiong - ... CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS. '. TIIEGREAT ENGLISH REMEDY PltEPARtD FROM A PRESCRIPTION OF SIR J, CLARKE, H. D., PHYSICIAN EX TRAORDINARY TO TUB QUERN. rpHIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all those painful ana dan gerous disorders to which the female consti ution Is subject. It moderates all excess and e moves all obstructions, aud a speedy cure may he relied on. TO MAURIED LADIES t ia peculiarly suited. It w ill in a short time bring on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price one dollar, bears the Gov eminent Stamp of Great Britiaa, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. These Pills should nut be tuken by females but are pregnant, during the first three months as they are sure to bring on miscarriage ; but at every other time and in every other case they are perfectly safe. Sole Agents for thin country, JOB MOSES, late I. C. Baldwin, Rochester, N. Y. jj; B' $1,00 and 6 postage stumps enclosed o any authorized agent, will iusuvo a bottle of the pills by return mail. For sale wholesale aud retail by Hcning t Melv'm, Stcubouville, O., and by Druggists generally. dec 10 H ' FITS! FITS 11 FITS!!! IIANCH'8 YKOGTAOLK KXTBA'T E P I L E P T I O . P I L L S , For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and all Nervous aud Constitutional Diseases. PERSONS who.are laboring under this distressing malady will find UANCE'S VEGETABLE EPILEPTIC PILLS to be thu only remedy ever discovered for cu:iug Epi lepsy or Falling Fits. These pills possess o specific, action on the iiorvnim tirctpm m. d. uUiiniiirli thov ate pre pared especially for curing fits, they will be lound ot especial beuent lor an person iiiuiuw ed with weak nerves, or whose nervous system lins been prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. In chronic complaints, or diseases of long standing, superinduced by harvnn.nn.. llmv nra ttYpflimrl V I Alluricial. a Price three dollats per box, or two buses for five dollars. Persons out of the city enclosin;; a remittance, will have the pills sent to them, tlirmwrh tliA mnil fnA nf Itftlnirlk. Vot Utkti by SfiTH S. HANCE, No. 108 Baltijiobk Stbet, Baltiniore, Md., to whom orders from all parts of the Union must be addressed, post paid. may 13'57-J j GOLD! GOLD ! ! GOLD P. ! The greatest offer in gold pens, gold pencils, gold chains, and gold watches, ever made. Read the following : A splendid gold premium worth from five to one hundred dollars, positively giv en to any person who can spare one day in a week, or one hour in a day, geUinjr up clubs of subscribers in his own and adjoin ing neighborhoods, iur the best and most popular Family Newspaper now publish ed. No expense, no outly, no capital re quired of agents. An entire new plan is proposed, by which any person can succeed in making it a paying business, who will undertake the agency, A private circular for the inspection of agents only. with full list of premiums, will be sent to any one who desires it, on receipt of a stamp to pay return postage ; some agents have earned a hundred dollurgold watch in one week. Every family should read at least one Newspaper from New York City, without interlerinc with their Local Papers, which of course cannot, und should not, bo dis pensed with. But New York being the great commercial and business centre of this Continent, no tanner.no mechanic, no professional man or merchant is properly prepared for the emergencies of his calling unless he is in communication with Mew York City, by means of one of its first class Newspaper mediums ; such a medi um is our "LEDGER." neutral in poli tics, but givingall the faces iteinsofnews and thrilling incidents worth knowing throughout the country. A VALUABLE GIFT. Each new subscriber will receive with tlio first No. of his or her paper, one of the new and beautiful glass pointed indelible Pencils, just' imported from Lurope, and for which we have obtained the exclusive agency for this country. This is the most ingenious and useful little improvement of the present age, and is the only pencil ever made that will write with ink, mak ing it both a pen and pencil of the finest quality at the same time. It will last' for years, and for practical use is worth more than any gold pen in the market. .. For list of premiums and full particu lars, address Hah is West, Publishers, New York Citv. ,. These Pencils supplied to the trade at a profitable discount. , aug.26;-6t., SADDLES, HARNESS, $o. &o. JOHN N. MYERS South Fourth Street, "Steubenville Ohio has on hands the largest and best assortment of SADDLaKi ever of fered In the city,, and owing to the large amount of business done, and on a STRICT OASU PRINCIPLE, lie is enabled to sell at the old prices, notwithstanding the enormous rise in stock, Call and exauiiua for your- Sept.S.tf .!:,.;. J. N. MYERS. CITY TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I GEORGE HANTCH, manufacturer and dederin havana, yara, prlncipe, german; half spatiisn aud common cigars, ttougli fc Heady El Dorado, diadem, twist, oronocc, virginius, black fat cavendish, alma, yauke doodle,sweel Orange, and congress fives ; John Anderson A Co. Solace and E. Goodwin & Brothers, celebrated, fine cut chewing Tobacco, also a superior article of smoking tobacco, pipes, snuff and tobacco boxes, cigar cases, cigar tubes, Ac. Ac. : ' , Market street, below 3d, and near the Post Office, Stoubsnville, Ohio. .'' J 1 IT. B. An extra article of common eiffariOO 'iaud at 40 cts. tier hundred.' ' ' 'ep.9i-iyv'i SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION, TVrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO " the qualified 'electors of the County of. JcHerson State ol Uluo that the next an nual election will be holden, according to law in the several. Townships of said Coun ty at the usual places of holding elections therein on the second Tuesday of October 1857 beiii" the 13th day ot said month at which time and places the qualified elect ors of said County will vote for One person for Governor. One person for Lieutenant Governor. One person for Secretary of State. ' One person for Treasurer of State. ' One person for Supreme Judge. One persjn for Board of Publig Works. One person for State Senator,- Two persons for Representatives. One person for Probate Judge. . One person for Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas. ' - One person for Sheriff. One person for Treasurer.. One person for Prosecuting Attorney. One person for Commissioner for 3 years. , One person fi r Commissioner for 1 year. One person for Coroner. One person for Director of County Infir- mury And pursuant to tho provisions of the Act of the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, entitled "An Act relating to Jur ors," passed February 9th, 18bl, I hereby give notice to the J rustees ot the several t ownships in the said county, mat the following is the apportionment of Jurors for the ensuing year, made in conformity to the Act aforesaid. . Apportionment of Jurors. Distriot and Com mon Fleas. Steubenvile Tp. 23 Brush Creek do 4 Knox Township 7 Springfield do 5 Mt PleaBant do 7 Island Creek do 8 Ross do, 4 Smithfield do' 6 Cross Creek do 7 VVrayno do 7 Wells do 6 Saline ' do 3 Salem do 10 Warren do 9 "Each elector may have written or prin ted, or-partly written and partly printed, upon his ticket, the wjrus"i'or tne lianK Charter." or "Against the Bank Charter." or words to that effect, and the ji'dges oC; each election district in counting out the votes, shall set down in separate columns, in the poll books, the votes given 'For the Bank charter," and the votes given "A gainst the Bank .charter,' and certify the number of votes for and aga:nst the charter, as they are required to certify to the num ber of votes given for candidates. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS VOTE. "Thoso voting for amendments number one, sliull put upon th-'ir ballots these words "Annual session Yes," Those vo ting against it shall put upon their ballots these words "Annual Session No." Those voting for amendment number two shall put upon their ballots, "change of District, court Yes;" those voting against it slial' put upon their ballots, "change of Districe court No." Those voting for amendment number three shall put upon their ballots, "Bank and individual taxation Equal- Yes; those voting agVnst it shall put upon their ballots "Bank and individual taxation Equal No," those voting for' amendment, number four shall put upon their ballots Corporation Yes;" those votiug against it shall put upon their ballots "corporation No.'" Those voting for amendment num ber five shall put upon their ballots ".Sin vie Districts Yes;" those voting against it shall put upon their ballots "Single Dis tricts No." An act to regulate the clec tion of State and county officers, parsed May 3d,- 1852, provides "that at all elec sons to be holden under this act the polls thall be opened between the hours of'six and ten o'clock iu the morning and closed at six in the afternoon of the same day." Sheriff's Office JAMES II. BL1NN Steubenville Sep 23 57 Sheriff Important to Everybody. FOR the last three years, I have been en gaged in a business known only to myself, and, comparatively, few others whom, I have instructed for the sum of $'200 each, which has averaged' me at the rate of $'2,UU0to $3,000 per annum : and having made arrangements to go to Europe in the spring of Iti.'iy to engage in the same busi ness, I am willing to give full instructions in the art to any person in the United States or Canadas, who will remit me the sum of $1. I am induced, from the suc cess I huvo been favored with, and the many thankful acknowledgments I have received from those whom I have instruct ed, and who are making from $5 to $15 per day at it; to give any person an oppor tunity to engage in this business, which is easy, pleasant, and very profitable, at a small cost. There is positively no hum bug in the matter. References of the best class can be given as regards its charac ter and 1 can refer to persons whom I have instructed, who will testify that they are making from five to fifteen dollars per day, at the same. It is a business in which either ladies or gentlemen can engage, and with perfect case make a very hand some income. Several ladies 'in various parts of New York stale, Pennsylvania, and Maryland, whom I have instructed, are now making from three to six dollars per day at it. It is a genteel business, and hut a few shillings is required to start it. Upon receipt of $1, 1 will immediately send to the applicant a printed circular containing full instructions in the art which can be perfectly understood at once. All letters must be addressedpost-paid to Allen T. Parsons, H35 'Broadway, New York. aug.26;3mos. A Card to thk L.Diss.--Dr. Dupon co's Golden Female Pills are infallible in removing stoppages or irregularities of the mensus These pills are nothing new, but have been used by the Doctor for many years, both in France and America, with unparalleled success in every case, and he is urged by many thousand ladies who have used them to make the pills public, for the alleviation of those suffering from any ir regularities whatever, as well as a prevent tative to those ladies whose health will dot permit an increase of family. Pregnant females or thoso supposing themselves bo, are cautioned against using these pills, as the proprietor assumes no responsibility after the above admonition, although their mildness would prevent any injury to health; otherwise these pills are recommended. Directions accompany each box. ' Price one dollar ; sold wholesale by M. L. MIL LER, Third streeateubenvile., ' '; ; General Agent for JefTerson Co. O. All orders must be addressed to the above General agent who will supply the trade at proprietor's prices and send the pills confidentially to Ladies. by mail on receiving $1 through the post-office. N.B. Dr. Duponco'a Golden Pills, Slg niature J. Dcponco : on every box none other genuine. For particulars get Cir cuar of Agents." aug.!2tf , JE5T TOOTH-ACHE i instantly our. ed by a few drops of Dr. Keyser's Tooth ache remedy. Prepared by Dr. G. H. Keyser, 140 Wood St., Pittsburg, and for sale by Honing Ac Melvin at 25 cents per bottle - - - T fehI9 MEDICINES. A full supply of Pcin and OKADuimATKD j""t received at the Medical Hall by; , OLIVER SELLS, . may., y, ' ' u - y '., .' , ,.y,.;. ....(:. u LAWS OF OHIO. NO60 AN ACT ' Providing for the submission to the E ' lectors of the tu t entitled " an act to incorporate the Bank of Ohio and Branches. Section I. Be it enacted by the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the act entitled "an act incorporating the Rink of Ohio and Branches' passed at the piesent session of the genetal as sembly, be and the same is hereby sub mitted to the electors of this State, at the general election to be held on the second Tnesday of Ocloboer next, for their ap proval or rejection and each elector may have wrtten or printed, or partly written and partly printed upon his ticket the words For the Bank Charter," or 'Against the Bank Chartcr.'or words tothat effect and the judges of each election dis trict in counting out the votes shall set down in sepaiate. columns, in the poll bonks the votes given "For the Bank Charter," and tho votes given "Against the Bank Charter," and certify the num ber of votes given for aod against the charter, as they are required to certify to the number of votes given for candidates. Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the persons opening the poll books in each county, to make a separate abstract of votes given for and agninst, the charter, including a statement showing the num ber of votes cast, which were neither for or against the charter, and the clerk of the court ot common pleas of each coun ty shall immediately after such abstract is made, make a certified copy thereof tin der the seal of theconrt and forward the same by mail to the Governor at Colum bus, marked on the outside, " Abstract of votes for and agninst Bank Charter, given in county." Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the gov ernor,' as soon alter said election as prac ticable, with the aid of the auditor or sec- ratary of State, to open and ubstnet all said returns ; and the governor shall im mediately thereafter, bv proclamation in sumo newspaper published at Columbus, set forth the number of voles givep for the charter, the number of vnUs given against the charter aud the number of votes given which were neither (or nor against the charter i and if a majority of all the votes given were for the charter, he shall further state therein that said charier has been approved by the people, and has thereby become a law: but if a majority of all the voles given shall not be for the charter, he shall so stale, and that the d arter has, for thai reason, failed to become a law. Sec. 4. That any cleik who shall fail or neglect to make return to the gov ernor, as required in section two of this act, shall forfeit and pay, fur the use of the proper county, thu sum of five hun dred dollars, to be recovered by -action in the name of the slate. Skc. 5. That the act of the present session entitled ''an net to incorporate the Bank of Ohio and Blanches" shall be printed with the laws of this session of General Assembly. N.H.VAN. VORUES. Speaker of the House of Represen tatives. THOMAS II. FORD. President of tht Senate. ; March 30, 1857. No. 141. AN ACT Relating to certain proposed Amend ments to the Constitution and -the publication of this act, and an act therein named. VVhereas, the General Assembly of the Stale of Ohio, three fifths of the mem- bers elected to each House agreeing thereto, have proposed five several Amendments to the Constitution, to be submitted to the electors for their approval or rejection at the election for senators and representatives, on the sec- . ond Tuesday of October, 1857, there fore, : Section 1 Be it enacted by the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the electors of the state shall vote upon suiil proposed amendments at the general election in October, 1857, as herein pre scribed via: ! : .' Those voting for amendments number one, shall put upon their ballots these words, 'Annual Sessions Yes;" those voting against it shall put upon their bal lots these words, "Annual Sessions No" Those voting for amendment number two, shall put upon their ballots "Change of District Court Yes;" those voting a gainst it shall put upon their ballots, "Change of District Court No." Those voting lor amendment number three, shall put upon their ballots "Bank and individ ual taxation Equal Yes;" those voting against it shall put. upon their' ballots "Bank and individual taxation Equal No." Those voting for amendment num ber four, shall put upon their ballots "Corporations Yes;" those voting a gainst it shall put upon their ballots Cor poralions No." Those voting for amend ment number five, shall put upon their ballots "Single Districts Yes;" those voting against it shall put upon their bal lots "Single District! -No." ; "; Skc. 2. A return additional to the re turn now required by law to be made, of the votes cast At such election Tor state officers, and senators and representatives, and, also, for and against each of said five proposed amendments to the constitution, shall be certified and made by the cleik of each county to the secretary of state, within ten days after said election, and within twenty days after said election, the governor, secretary 0(4 state and attorney general shall open said returns and count the votes, and ascertain whether or not a majority of the votes cast at said election have been cast for said proposed amend, ments, or either of then., and if it appears that a majority of the votes cast at such election have been cast for said proposed amendments, or either of them, the gov ernor shall make proclamation thereof without delay. . . . , Skc. 3 . .This act, and the act entitled ''an act providing for the .submission to the electors." of the set entitled : "an act to )n6orporate the Bank of Ohio and branches," passed at the present session of the general assembly, shall be publish ed by each county auditor, in two week ly English papers, if two be published jn the county, and in one "German weekly paper, if published in the county; fof two weeks nexi rtfectding ' said '.electibm .7 -Z . . a . . mi'. Sec. 4. The cost of publishing this act, and the act in the third section named, naif of the said five proposed amend ment to the constitution for six months, hall be paid out of the county treasury, and if the auditor of any county has not already contracted foe the publication of said proposed amendments to the consti tution, such auditors shall immediately proceed to contract for the same, as direct ed by resolutions heretofore passed, Sec. 5. This act shall take effect im mediately. N.H VANVOUIIES, Speaker of fhe House' of representa tives, THOMAS II. FORD, President of the Senate. April 17, 1857. ' . It is hereby rcrlified that the foregoing Acts are correctly taken from the copies furnished me bv the Secretary of S ale. J. S. LOWE, Auditor. September 22, 1857. While laboring as a Missionary in South ern Asia, discovered a simple and certain cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Cnught CoUIh, Nerveous Dtuility, and all impurities of the blood ; also, an easy and effectual mode of Inhaleing the remedy. Actuated by auesire to benefit Ins suffer ing fellows, he will cheerfully send the re cipe (free) to such as desire it, with full and explicit directions for preparing and successfully useing the Medicine. Ad dress Rav. C. S. BURNETT, . augl;-fiin. 831 Broadway, N. Y. Cify MYERS' EXPRESS. Tilvnushaa anew, neat and very fine Express wagon a safe and speedy horse which with an attentive driver, he is prepared to serve the public. The Wagon can be had at Adams' Express 031ce, when not engaged and where orders can be left and promptly filled, whether the wagon ia there or not. No necessity fur running about the streets fur an Express Wagon. Leave ycur orders at the Adams Express Office for JAS. E. MYERS. aug.l2;-tf. Halstku, curlier of Market and 5lh streets, has just received tho largest, and he thinks, the best stock ever brought to Steubeiivelllu. They have been bought at the right lime and by an experienced buyer, mid will be sold low. Country Merchants will he supplied with a good articl for retail, 11.4 law an in i'ljiladul phia or New York, All custom made work, l'k-ane call and examine. nug 12;-3m. Legal Notice. Henry Jackman, Pltff 1 In the Court vs of Common Alpha Morse et als Dufts.) pleas Petition 1VOTICE is hereby given to Alpha Morse '"and Harriett Morse his wife, Fredrick W. Cam man Robert McJinsey and Daniel C. Coster, all of whom reside in the State of New York and to Erastos II Stanton and Mary S. Stanton his wife, who reside in the State of Illinnie, that Henry Jackinan on the 7th day of September, A. I). 157, filed his petition against them, in which he prayed, among other -things, judgment against the said Alpha Morse ami Erustus iH. Stanton for the sum of $2,910,60 with interest Irom Dec 4th, A, i). Ica4; and the foreclosure of a mortgage upon real estate, to secure the same in Saline Town ship, in Jefferson County, Ohio, being the property heretofore sold liy. Henry .Tack man to thu said Morse and Stanton- The said petition sets forth that the other de fendants, Camman, M'Jinsey and Coster, claim to have some iutcrest in the sard droperty, by reason of a deed of trust and other agreements and deeds between the parties, which the petition charges to be void. The' petition asks for a judgement against said Morso and Stanton for the sum of-2,91C,6G, with intcrst from De cember 4ch, A. D. l54; that the instru ments between said Morse and wife, Stan tun and wifo and the other Defendants herein, be held to he null and void and that the mortgaged premises herein, be ordered to be sold to satisfy the judge ment herein asked to be rendered. The Defen ri'ants will further take notice that their answer must be filed by the 7th day of November, A. D. 1857, or the mat ters and things in said petition will be ta ken as true against them and a judgemedt accordingly. HENRY JACK.MAN, Plff. By James M. Shane, His Att'y. Sei)t:96tl8"i7. Corner Market and Fourth Streets. PALL STYLES HATS AND CAPS for gents', youths' and childrens' wear. All tastes suitedfree trade and equal right Glasgow 'i opposition to the harriui; of the highways I" strong ho welcomes tlio squat ler and the sojourner. Reason why : he has laid in, and is daily receiving his Fall stock of hats and caps direct from New Y'trk and Philadelphia manufacturers. The roost fas tidious can be stilted the working. men will find their friend and fair dealer nt the corner of Market and Fourth streets, inhibiting one of the (Host extensive and best selected stock of Hats and Caps ever offered In this marker. The proprietor i a practical mechanic, un derstands his business, buys and sells cheap, makes the be it selection of prime stocks he does not gather up cuttings, odds and refuse ends, aa has been asserted, nor docs he brush up old stock to palm off on the unknowing as uewly laid in goods. His stock is fresh and direct from the most ostensive Northern and Eastern manufacturers all of which he is Kelt nig at extremely low prices. Please call aud examine and oblige O. W. GLASSGOVV, - sel6;tf. Corner of Market and Fourth sts. MARBLE ty CORNER OF 4TH AND MARKET" J STREETS, STEUBENVILLE, OHIO. ' M. MULD00N. rjORNER OF FOURTH AND MAR-J oww vnivbiaj jv j J i,uiininii l ij II II SI ail U th large and splendid stoci of all Kinds of mar ble wore, consisting of Monuments,, Tomb and bead $tones, marble Mantles 4c. ' . He is prepared to execute every variety of design, in the best possible style: : - Worn will be done at Eastern prices, aud full satisfaction given to customers. ' . ' SteubeDville,jan28'57. W. D. Sherrow, Barber, Tlolild respeotfully inform his1 friends " " and the public, that hs is ready at all Urjies (Sabbath excepted) to waitupou eust meraiu his line. Rooroi South 4th Street, one door north of tho Norton Hotel . , , - r-'k--r: 1851. H. G. GABRETI. 1S57. Has i'lst received md now openini, a large aud beautiful stock of spring and summer goods, Consisting in part oiw Plain Black Silks,! Brilliant, plain and Barred Faiey, Striped " Lwn i" great var- Figured " "j 'e'vt Fancy dress" " Crape, De. Eepang, Black, all Wool, De-,"il,am,s' laing ' I Prints a large assort- ' Bareges . H.ent' nl . ' , Fancy, olored De-J' Pla,n ,nd cruvel Poplins, Plain and couon jlrish Linens, striped challies 1 i m... !..! f....l: Plain, Fi-'d and col'd "l- u '1UB""0' swiss, Linen, Sheet-! v"!"8, innt iKrnllu almulo. Pillow cassingr, '('ni ti : it Also a general assortment of French and : ur rirtutt of t)t miii. -m. The(nnurtnT English cloths and cassimeres, all coUn,, quulities and prices CasiliettS, pant l.lll- tht ttouaru, caufing food to dieat troll, mri7int ' en, cottonades. Lasting drab, deta and 'fAl, f t-k1"1 !S the wb0'"" . . , r I nery, rtosoviog lot caajft of tbo dl-atut, andttfatl- i variety ot other goods for men and boys.wear i big a radical cum without' Snr of tht diairrcau too tedious to mention Donueis, riooous, i Hosiery, Vfiovua, uiiiiri, tunaia, um. uiu if..! .i li... c;iu ...A Linen Handkerchiefs kc, 5c, The above goods will be sold to suit the times. for cash. op.l5T)7-ly II. G, GARRETT. Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Wheeling 11 AIL ROAD. OC II A N G E OF TIME N and alter Monday, July 13th 1857. Trains will run daily, (Sundays except ed.) as follows : Leaves STEUBENVILLE, goin North, 9,22 A. M. Mail Train, stops at Way stations j arrives at Pittsburgh at 12.ai P. M.. Philadelphia 6 A. 31. New York 10,00 a. m. Cleveland 4.00 v. m. Toledo 8 p. m., and Chicago at 7 next morning. 4.54 p. u. Express Train, stops at way stations except Jeddo, but will stop ot that station on signal, arrives at Pittsburgh at 7.45 p.m., Philadelphia at 1.00 p. m., New York at 5 p. h., and Cleveland 9.35 p. m. Returning Leaves STEUBENVILLE going South. ti.40 a. m. Express Train leaves Pittsburgh at 4.00 a. m., stops at Wel.svile, Yellow Creek, Steubenville, aud all stations between Steubenville and - Bellair, arrives at Bridgeport at 7.54 . a. M., Bellair 8.00 a. m. 12.28 p. M. Accommodation Train, leaves Pittsburgh at 9.40 a. h., Cleveland at 7.00 a. m. stops at all way stations, arrives at Bridgeport at 1.52 p. M, Bellair 2.05 p. M. 6.26 p. m. Mail Train, leaves Pittsburgh at 3.UU p. M., Cleveland 2.00 p. 11., stops at all stations, arrives at Bridge port 7.118 p. m. Bullair 7.50 p. m. CONNECTIONS Arc made with Baltimore mid Ohio Rail road at Wheeling, to and from Cumberland Harper s l'erry, italu more and Washing ton city, and with central Uluo Koilroud at Bellair to and from Zanesville, Lancas ter, Wimliiigton, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Dayton and St. Louis. At Cleveland with railroads and steam ers to and from Toledo. Detroit, Chicago, Rock Island, Uurlmglon, Dubuque, St. Pauls, Erie, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, New York and Boston. At Pittsburgh with the Pennsylvania Central Rrilroud to and from Hurrisburgh, Lancaster, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. rNo change of cars between Steuben ville und Pittsburgh. Q-For tickets to all points apply at the Ticket office at the station. J. Dckand. Sup'ts Office, C.& P. Railioad, ) Suu't.. Jjleveland, June 20. 185T. $ jy!5:tf. S. L. Sharp" -Removal. V IIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL ' erin tobacco, hnitf and hoars. Market St. one door above the Bank, near Fifth Street, bteubenville,Ohio, Orders respectfully solicited. je 17 SEMI-ANNUAL! A. J. TIM k CO., Tt'ill commence on Thursday, August " Cth, and rnnlintii during the month, their regular half yearly closing out sale of summer dry gooda I on which occasion their entire flock of Latliejs dress goods, Embroid eries Bonnets, Ribbons, summer atuffs, tc. , will be marked down to very low price lo io f ure their ready sale, previous lo lyipg in our Fall Stock.- Please examine the prices iu the following liiit : Reduced lo Worth Fine Fast Colored Lawns,. .IU els 15 Superior Quality, do ' I8j Jaconet Organdie do " . & 31 Plain and Dgurea liarages, Super Quality, do.,.. Fine Ciapo D'Expagne,. . . " DreKB Gingliams,. .. He.tvv apron do .2(1 ..31 ..25 " ..25 .12. " 37 3? ....18?' ....I6'4 .1'4 " I'laiu'French Cambray, do. .15 Parhsola.... G2 4 75 Id " ' 20 $141,25 Black Silk Caps... $1,50 Fine Silk Mantillacs,... $2,50 .1,75 .4,00 ...10 ...I2t4' ...20 ...31 ... .75 mt 100 dor. Linen tiandk ttK. 40 ' Super. " . Good quality Grass Lincu 6 .8 . lor (Jonts 4C, ,.15 " , Superior quality gras Linen lor coats 4c.,.. Super, quality Irish Linen .20 ...50 Fmeblch'd Shirting Muslins.. 10 Also a laige and superior assortment of book. ya mull, &wUs and Jaconet muslins, together with many other seasonable aud desirable; ar ticles, all fresh and new, and of recent pur chase, forming the best aud most desirable stdtk of Ladies dresw Goods now in this city. Please give us a call. Market St. above 4ih, Steubenville. augJS-tf . FEVER AVD AGUE. TCOUEMOST among the various reme dies for this disease, stands Da. SUA L LENBURGHER'3 Antedote. A few- doses will cure auy ordinary case and one dose in-, variably stops the chills. It contains nothing In the least degree Lurtful to the System un der any circumstanced, and never produces the unpleasant effects that attend the use of Qui nine and other agents in general use. It euros every form of the disease, and is the original and Only Antidote for Malaria. Ask for l)t. Shallenberger's Fever and Ague Antidote, aud be sure you gel PILLS. Suld by respectable Drqggiats everywhere. Price $1,50 - Sole proprietors, A. T. Shallenburger 4 Co. Rochester Pa. . Wholesale and retail agents HINNIJJG & MELVIN, Steubenville, (iu?0"g l!3mo B. F, PAYNE.M. D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND 8UR0E0N. Q F F I C E on South Fdurtli street, Steubenville, Ohio. - : D r . Payne will contiuue as heretofore to give speial attention to the treatment of chronic diseases of the lungs, stomach, liver, 4c and all diseases peculiar to females. . aug.9. BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY AFLOTO would respectfully Inform ' the citisens of Steubenville that he is engaged in the manufacture of Boots and Shoes, aud' is prepared to supply to order ou short notice. He keeps on hand the beat material, and hopes to be able lo give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their palrouage. Es tablishment on north Fourth street, opposito the Frnnkhtt House. ' -A. FLUl'O. ; pr I'tW-ly t ;0;-'t ;V r '-i ';; ' r, t 00 bbla LOfJ WOOD, an d ', SO box Extract of Logwdod Just received by r Oct. 1. .v, ,.r ;ttESIN0 4MELVlSf.' Tim NVIGORATOR 1! PREPARED BY ftR. BANFOan; B A ORXAT ICItim. t MvlioU Diatmn, u4 U uUt worklbf emm ilm4 - IximtkWkn. keaniulbymw , tKnlfojb bM filing toKU. Md niton mn tbaa r kottW U t luirad to curt any kioS f hum CumUal. from tht twa JtmuliMarPTiptprtt Miminiot luailacu, all of Uck art tb iwult vf DiMwd Liter. i Th Urer U rn ot ta ffoxlul lJtcn of the humaa boj. and hn it srmt ha fnn-llooj rfl UMpomtaof ttx jritea an fn7 fe,kd. It. timack i almost cnlarejjr i... ,n th, , actios of tho Utt fur tht ' function. Whan tht .torn- ,ch la at halt, tin kowate -araattaalt,aotUiholVaitem auilun ia.onuM- qutDM of on organ th Lirtr bariogotaMd t " it doty. For tho dUaaVi of that organ, ont of tna prOprioVirf hat oala H biattudy, ia a aneUvatl on than twtoty jtaca, tosadaomthmaihrvhara- . P"'P pcrturauata ot it iih to enunUnct imaur dtranitmaata U 1 ni-n n u iuwt. - To prort that thl n- fjmelr Irat Urt Sxm. ttf' . nnaon troubltd oith Uftr Complaint ia any vt ita- formt, liaa kot to Xtf fbottlt. aatl coovlot'aa it. oompoand baa bwn -k forratdbydtMlrtn)rr3B '7 - -j ""j : inin or jtuwrai t-m. '-"T On dots after eatuut ia mfflnt mKm Him rtomaah and prevent Uit - (oxi iron, tjin- Ul) aeur- , . ln. QTJ , , . ' WW lUAtUE PIVTMlMl otghtmara. rV , . , OoIt oa dow taken at r1 ,ight kxheoa tU fcowala pou, and curt eostlfe- nnpt. OmduattakeoaruMachnwaim-nieo,, DTppata. TOnedoae of twotaa- . ijwonafal ul altra.ara- ' lieve Sloa-Headache. r"H Oaa bottla taken tor fa- male ohatrw'loo ramnrej ". ' u oo 01 tua aiauw, (and make a perft ir. Only one dona luuuedl- -,tlj rakana CbolUi .wltiU ' Oue doM oluo rwT-nted la a anr ear for CacUca Motbaa, od a jrrvenu- tirsof Cbolaru On data takeo aftm trill prat the roearrrBM 1 of bUiona attack, while it n ralierai all aclafttt (tV Bf . i airOoly one bottle U LJ nrM to tkmw nt of tkje tern ttie ea.ete f medi- ' cine kf tr a ioftf alrkaeai. ' On bottle tiken 1 r Jauodiet ifmoroe all fral lowoeM or unnatural color r1 frTO ti aiin. On date takra a abort time b- fore eitlnf tfraa-, vigor to Uie appetlt and U makea fond digeat ercU. On dose oft.u repeated eurea Chrouie DtarTtioM ' In lta wont form., bilf jj umair awt btrl ok--pUlota jieWalmoet totUe Sratduw. -.- Oneort-o dea lnre attack eOJd j mm, , whi:e tor worm in child- r rn, there I an enrer, af r or pdier remedy in Ut world, aa Ittwearoti. Iberen noeaKneratioa-in thea itateateatii: ibaf art plain aobor facte, that we can aW eridew : ' to pr.irt, nil all who u CaJ It n tf in( Uxlr au ' Unoni tratimon in it far or. Among tiit humln ct. of Lirer hcmcltee now oCrred 1 , Uiupuoiin, tlier are noje we can ao In 1 recommend a ( lir. tri;orl' lnT!gurutrr, to generaDy kifwa new ibrouijhout the Un'oa. Thl prepa a-too I truly a Liter ' i.i;vwr, pro-lik-inf tho rnuft kappy neuluoa aU iu o' it. Ainxxt iantimerabl eertlScite bar be. ffrea . of the trout rirtue of U1.1 mwlioine liy too of tb hike . tan tint; in MCMtr, and we knnw It to bo tb beit pepara tk'O avar nUn tb publie. Hudon C'oumi iMmtxrt. Mica cut tuluja ma tamx. '' HXrORD & CO., Proprietor, 3(4 Broadway. Kew York. 4 ity Names of aoents.j . , Oliver Kklls. Agent for Steuben villf. !, .ToitM D. Pahi, Cincinnati, and Geo. II. KtYsi.it, Pittsburg, Wholesal Agents. : :.. may 13'57-ly-chly. - AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, FOR THE 11AP1D CCHE OF Colds, Coughs, aud Hoarseness. nr-.mnEiB, Mm, Mtli Tc:, ISM. Da. J.C. Aran: Idonotliceltatatouy lb best remedy I hava near found for Cotiffhi, UnarwucM, InSnnia, and tit coueomilant vmptouii of a Cold, la yonr Cherut PaiToatu r consunt tue in my prncUro and my family fur ti.o loH ten year ha iliown It to pwuew up rior virtue fur ttie tri-atmcnt of Uiete complainta. KBKN KNIIIIIT, M. I. A. n. MORTI.EY, ij.,of CTtci.N.r.,rrtt "I bar x yon inrentad It. and bellore it the boat aneJidn for lta pttrpoM evor put out. With a bad cold 1 ahonld aoemr pny twenty-five tl-llart Dr a boltl than do wiUioat it, r take any other remedy." i ' Croup Whooping Congfa, Inftnensiu'' Si-Rinanatji, Mj, Fell. 7, 1S68.: A? naornint Alrt: I will t-bowfuliy carufyyoar Prcroau, ui um tmmi rciiiouT wn irrvum iur wo car ca rriovpiw Couth. Civub, and the that din id the rhct dlteaae of chUdron.' rf your fraternity in the ,nih appracfat yow aklll,aa4 eomtnena yoar mouian to onr poopi. . i HIRAM OONKUV. M.B. AMOS LER, E4.,MoKTtitir. Ia., writes, 3d Jn.,lS4: "I had a terllon luSuenaa, which mnflnrd me in door tlx woeka; took many niedicinn witliont reliof; Bually tried your 1'acToKAl, by the adric of oor clorgynaa,' Tb Arat die nlierad Uie aoreneca in my throat and Innirv, U than one half the bottle nitule me completely ' well. Tour medicine ar the chcapoit aa well aa the beat we can liny, and we eetenm yon, Doctor, and yonr ram. die, ai the poor man' friend." ,. Asthma or Phthisic, nd Dronchitlsl ', , Win lUNi-ur.-Tta, Pi., rb. 4, ItM. Sit; Tonr Cnnuii Pkctoiiai i performing marreltoe) cure In tbia aecUun. It has niliered Mrraral from alarm ing ymptom of ro&tin, and ia now cnrlnj a mas) who baa labored nn kr an offerlion of the Inn? for UN laat forty yean. IIKXtlT L. r.ll!K9, Merchant. A. A. ItAMSKT, I.T) Autow, Moiraoi CX, Iowa,' write, Sept. 4, 1866 : During my practice of many year I hare found nothing equal to your CantRT Ptcroaai for giving ohm and relief to connuupUr paUoBta, r curing uch a ar curable.'' We might add rolnraoa et etiJcnce, bat the aiiwt cow rlndng prf of tht virtue- of tbia moady la fvanj la ttf elTocti upon trial. t Cottsaroptlon. 1 Probabty no on remedy hat anr bees (news wUeb cared to many and luch dangeron can a Uiia. Socm no human aid ran reach ; but eren to Uwm tb Cuiwt, Astor Hooal, Naff Youl Cm, March t, 1S60 DoCToa Arm, Iawkll: I fi-el It a daty and a pVnwant to Inform yon what your Onnat PieroaAi baa nan hr my wife. Eh had been Are month laboring under the . dutigernua ay nipton of ConmimpUon, from which n aid arn colli I pmctim gare her mnch reliof. She waa irieadily fiulmg, until Dr. Strong, of thle city, when we hare com for ailvlre, recommended a trial of your mediein. W blew bin kindnem, a w ilo your kill, for ah baa ro tred from tliat day. She i not yet aa itrong a ah aa4 lo be, hut i Ire rrom her eongh, and caiu ncreau wu. four With gratitude and regard, UHLAN DO RHtXBY, ev SarttrTUU. Ojntumptifs. do not deepou- Ull you have IrM Ana's Cniixar PtcTonu. It ia made by one of tho beat medical cbemiet la the world, and it eurea all around oa ber Uie bigk merit of lu virtu. 11iUuitlff ledger. r Ayer's Cathartic Pills,' THE actanca of Cnoniatry and tledicin hav hem taxed their htm oat to prodoca tbia beat, Boat perfect pnrgatlT which la knowa to man. . Innumerabl pna art ihowa that the Piut kar Ttrtne which Mrpaai la ixcallone the ordinary medicine, and that they wla a-k precodentedly npon the ettaem of all men, Tbtyartiah and pltaaant to lake, rut powtnul la cor. Ttmr pen (rating propertie tlmulete UX tIIoI tctivitlo of the body, rem or the obetrnctioM f it orgast, portfy Ux Uotd, and expel dlMoa. They purge ont the foul hamort which breed and grow ditempr, Mujtnlat alngglah or dter dered organ Into their natural action, and Impart healthy Iama l,h ihwiriti fcn (tiA r.nlA Ih,mi Ki mW i. V they.eur tb every -day cotnptalnta et entry body, br alao furmldablt and dangeron diaeaasa thai- hav baffietj tb beat of hnmu akiU. . Vfhit titer prod rice powerful, tffecta, they are at tht tune tun, In diminUUed do, tho afeat and beat phytic tliat ran b employed lot claidreaw Being tugat-coated, they am pleaaant to tak; and bain: purely Tegotabla, art free from any ruk of barm. Cure ham Imi. m.tlm wl.L.1. anrMU klUT mm f K tM mU Muillf 1 MltM lmA .nlhJ nJllu. .UmA. .. u to forbid tht tatpldoa of antmth. - Many taglaeat elergymtn and phyab-uui bar leal Uielr name t otrrt fy to th putHc tho reliabDity of my remedit, wbu oth. en bar tnt me the anurauca of their onurtctloa that my Preparatloni contribute Immenatly to th relief of y -afflktM, lufferlng fellow-tnes. . The Agent below named 1 pleated to furnUlt fratit my , 1 ..I 1 1 u.,.l.uJwM.MC..tkJ.luuai.J nuioriivu jtininiw:, touiimhim .n ...cm certlflcate of their cure), of the following complaint:'. Oottlrenwa, Bitlona Complainta,' llheumatiemj Dreptj," Heartburn, Headache ariilng from a fonl cHotnaeh, Nan tea, Indigeatlon, Morbid Inaction of tht Bownlt aad l"al ariting thorafroat, Klatuleocy, ltm of Appetite, all I'lms 3tu and Cntaneon Dleaee which require an etiriiani Medicine, Scmfula or Klug'a Keil. Tlioy alto, by purify ing the blood and ttlmulallng tht t) item, enre man eooiplainte whirb it Would not Iw rrppood .tjiey, eauU, nadi. auch as Dcafneu. Partial HlindnnM. Keuralela atirt Nerrout Irrital,lfy, Drrangetnent of the Lire and KM neY. Ilout, and other kindred rompletntK arlelng from tr low rtat of th body or oUtrnciion of ha (bnetknt t ' Do not be put off by unprlnrlpM lealera wilh.om other pill they malt met profit on. Ak for Arra'a . Pitta, and tak nothing elee. K oilier they ean gtr, yot) cominnw with tliat in It Intrinsic vain or cumtiT powen. Tlx tb-k want tb beat aid then I fur Uxrny and thoy thould havt It, ., .. . ., , -,,.v Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER -1 fraetlcal sni Analytical Chamiat, lowtU, Kaatv paKa St Cts. m Bet. 'Tvtt tutu mil. ITeninc it Malvin, Steutcnvillo, ' ' J. n. Simmerall, Illoomlngdala ; . F. Kiaher, Winloraviiui j W. Price Son, Smithfield ; - W, II. Crew A Co., Richmond ;,. ' M. C. Morcan. Mt. J'leaant. .-it : .1 And aU Druggists and dealers lo nWifi, vwywhwr. '