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t-,-ir.-7 ;-? : --t .-,rs? WE D N ES D A Y , D E C 16, 1857. ""xTbaOAN, Editor THE TRUE AMERICAN. Tke Tau Amebicah is published every Wednesday, in Steubenville, JetTersou county, Ohio, and edited by t, Kaqn, op thefollowiug terms : , Oue dollar aud fifty cents in advance. Two dollar within six months. Two dollar and fifty, cents at the close of he year.- No paper discontinued until all arrearages re paid, except at (he option of the Editor. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oncsquare 12 lines or less, 3 Weeks or less $J ,25 Every subsequent insertion 31 One square three months, .....2,50 Oue square six mouths 5,110 One square oue year 8,00 One fourth column par year 15,00 One third column per year,,. ".....20,00 One half column per year, 30,00 One column per year, 50,00 Professional and business cards peryear,. .5,00 When there is no contract made and the num ber of insertions is not marked on the cards or advertisements at the time they are handed in for publication, they will be continued in until Ihey are ordered out, and charged by the square Principles of. tbq American Council Of Bteubonville, Ohio, Wi, whose names are hereunto subscribed, do hereby adopt, and agree to be governed in our political action, by the following princi ples; :- 1st. Nonebut Amcricaos to rule America; 2d. The Union must be preserved. 3d. No Foreign interference in American affairs. 4th, No union of Church and State, 5th. Inviolability of National Treaties. 6th, Personal morality indispensable to office. 7tb. An open Bible, without note or com ment, in all our Public Schools. Hlli. Thorough reform of the Naturalization Laws. 9th. A capitation tax that will exclude foreign paupers and convicts. 10th. No appointment of foreigners on diplomat i! posts. 1 1 tli. Strict economy in 'the administration of the Government. 12th. No interference with the right of citi cenship already acquired by foreigners, and the protection of law to all who immigrate from love of liberty, but uncompromising opposition to 1'olitical Uatholocixiu, whether in tuo person or an American demagogue, or a foreign ecclesiastical Despot. MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT. As amatter of course there will be a variety of opinions respecting the Presi dents message which we publish in this paper, for ourselves we nave never learned the art of opposing the views of en Officer of the. Govcreinent, because 1 . I ' I .1 J L. .1 ... IIH II w U.LU VIlllRVIlU UJ till. IUI, iv which we belong. There are ten leading sujects presen ted in the message, and with a slight. qualification, we can endorse the views taken by the President npon nine of them. Kansas is the exception. That the President, of the United States should turn himself into a special pleader whh statute book in hand, for the purpose of vindicating the conduct of such a class ot men, and for defending such measures bs Lave been adopted by the Kansas Constitutional Convention, s most humil iating. The logic of his Excellency is greatly at fault, in his attempt to show that the Convention which framed the Constitu tion has acted in good faith with the people of the Territory, in refusing them the privilege of voting upon the merits of the instrument by which they are to be governed. Was the Kansas bill in. tended to restrict the action of a Const. I'Uional Convention If so, it is of higher authority than than the Consti tution of any slate iu the Union. Talk of the right of the people of a Territory to make their ' own laws under such a Constmcion as that! What a perfect farce. If the northern democttic mem bers should stand by their avowed princi- "plesand the Republican members by theirs the Constitution will be sent back for ratificationor rejection by the people of the Territory. Taking it all Back. Gov. Walker liavi&g seen fit to follow the convictions of duty respecting Kansas, his removal has been the result. The next step in the programme will be his impeachment. The auto de fe being or dered, it is natural, that the zealots, who have eulogized Lim, should put on the heretical dress and lead him to the stake for execution. The L6uisviilo Courier lias initiated tjiat movement. It suspect ed Walker when he first set foot in the territory, he went in with too much fuss nni parade mixed in local squabbles and political higgling drew it too mild in his proclamation.!--didn't become, as be ought, a political Mohawk, shooing and scalping Jim Lane and his confeder atesin short, was rank in treason to the South, and sold out cheap to the nbolitionists. We haven't gone over half the articles of impeachment drawn up by the Courier and yet, if we have read that paper aright, up to a week or two past it' Las been ignorant or willfully dumb as to Walker's failings, .blunders, and bad faith, and has per conira, eulo gised him as a model statesman and Gov ernor. 'I he President having knocked the scales from its eyes, it sees clearly how wonderful has been its illusion, and how it misiook a mouse far a man. The President bas probably performed ihe tame optical surgery on the majority of Walker's former eulogists in the. Norrh, and they will hereafter take a juster es timate of that gentleman, as they did of Reader, Shannon and Geary. SWllar. It. M'Mullin, and wife of the Presbyterian Mission, and recently ' murdered by the Sepoys in India, were natives of Gettysburg. Pa. He is said to liavo been educated "t Pennsylvania Col Iee, and to have been a man of manifold virtues, and fine intellectual attainments, j The Business ofjthe Democratic Party. In these days of parties without piin ciplcs when a thousand presses "support the so-called' Democratic party without agreeing as to4its principles, or indeed affirming thaiii has any, ii is retresluii" to find one which has principles a nol icy and work laid out for his party This exception to a general rule is the New York Day Book which savs : . "It is plain enough to every, one, who I.... -ci.uusiy.reiiect upon the matter, that, as already observed, theie is no middle ffround nr nnealM.. t D Ftfcotuin UUIIl 1 nimiMH . nnniiA Blllirirfiin-itinn ... 1 .. 6 v..uv,v,llol nt.gro equality must be aj,iu as uie permanent condition. We must remain an u " uwnj UI WUI" untarily march to perdition. We must retain inese negroes in social subordina tion, or, following the advice of European aristocrats, equalise with them We must ly nch the tools of the enemies of our institutions, and preserve American soci ety as it is, or commit social suicide, and affiliate with these inferior beirgs. But there is or should be no alternative. To every man truly Americanthat is, truly imbued with Democratic ideas there is but a single course, a single, straight forward, unmistakable road, to follow. The status quo must be pre served, must be defended, must be per manent. Negro subordination, or so called Slavery, is tha basis, the founda tion, the 'corner' stone of our Republican edifioe;' and the time has come when this must be openly avowed and boldly proclaimed as the distinctive badge of Democracy." This is a decided advance upon the Union which only asks leave for slaveholders to lake their chattels through free stales, nor asks that in the name of the Democracy, as yet. The Day Book continues : . "The man that occupies or strives to occupy a neulral position, that in the face of those mighty combinations against Democratic institution, which are dis- guised under pretenses of philanthropy, oic, lans 10 array lnmsell openly and boldly on the side of truth, of the status qio, ot the existing order, on the side of fixed and permanent subordination of ne groes, or so called slavery, is certainly no democrat, what ever else he may pass for or imagine himself. Tho question is beforo the country. It. is tho only ques tion of general interest, and will remain the only question until it is decided un til the people aie enlightened upon it, and the widespread and monstrous impos ture of the day is exposed and exploded, or left in ignorance of it, the enemies of democracy wield it for the deslruciion of the Union, and the overthrow of American institutions. And the sooner this truth is brought home to every professing dem ocrat m the land, the better for himself, as well as the cause of democracy. If the democraiic party had defended the repeal ol the Missouri restriction, and then provided for the equal rights of all American' cittzens alike in Kansas, bv legalizing this imaginary slavery, ami then defended it as right" nnd DroDer. all the trouble?, disgrace, and bloodshed of that territory might perhaps have been avoided. And to this complexion it must come at last. J lie Democratic vartu muni siunuirm ana square, oncnlti and , ...... 1 t u. bravely by the Inilh-lhe simple, palpable, and unavoidable truth, that nesro sub ordination, or so-culled slavery, is the normal condition of the negro the nat ural relation of the races the recognized and pernament condition of American society; and therefore all these who com bine with European monarchists to war upon tins condition are enemies to society, and traitors to their country." The Democratic parly can now see to wli at it is coming. lis great mission is to keep (be colored race down i:s funct ion, that of an overseer. And really we do not wonder at the predictions of the. Day Book. Looking at the past quarter of a century, and the regular deterioia- tion of the Democracy, we may naturally expect to see it at last descend to the base occupation of enslaving men. The only uisunciion now Between Republicans und Democrats i, that one party opposes the extension of human Slavery, while the other is practically friendly to the nystem, and always to be found iu alliance with the buyers and sellers of men. 1he I est in the Senate. The Washington correspondent of the N. Y. Herald says that the executive session of tlie Senate on the 10th inst for the pur pose oi considering the nomination of L.en. Denver, vice Stanton removed, was opened by Judge Douglas, with a speech in opposition to the confirmation, followed by Seward, Hale. Trumbull and Doolitte; while on the Democratic side the action of tho Administration was sustained by Slidell, Mason, Benjamin. Bifler nnd others. After an animated debate of two hours and a half a vote was taken, and he was confirmed by a vote of twenty. uiiiu ui nineteen, me Ki'pub.'icans all vo ting against, anu tne democrats tor con firmation, with the exception of Dnnolm who left just before the vote was taken. Senators G win and Push sDoke on the subject in an equivocal manner, but final ly sustained the Admistrauon. Douglas carrifUbut one Democratic Senator with him namely, Broderick, of California, 'This is the first test vote, and, so con sidered, sustained the Administration oc tbe Kansas question. A caucus of South ern Senators (thirteen in number,) was new iam evening, to consider what course they should pursue in reference to Sen- ator Douglas. I understand then den mm. ceil his course, and unanimously read him out of the parly .u Pin., Dispatch. A New Movr is Kansas. Fifteen Natioiial Democrats of Kansas, some of them members of the Territorial Legisla ture, published n call for a mass meeting of the Democrats in the Territory at Leavenworth City on the 24th inst , for the purpose of memorializing Congress to pass an act enabling the people of Kan. sas to form a Constitution, and organize a State government. This amount to a repudiation of the Lecoinpton Constitu- (ion Resumed. The banks of Albany, N. Y., and the New Haven, Conn., banks have resumed specie payments. The banks of Boston have also resolved presume on Monday, the 21st. i Balm for Every Wound." THE ARCTIC UKIMECT wa produced by Dr. BRAGG at tbe request cf Dr. Eau'e, itliea about to proceed to the ARCTIC REGIONS, tud wai used by kim during that 'i-T lv? perilous royage. Thui was given "ie wor'd his wonderful !g5ijr HEALING REMEDY, 3?- which has made THE AFFLICTED REJOICE. HUNDREDS and THOUSANDS hve tented ITS VIRTUES, and are rejoicing la freedom from long lingering TAIN AND DISEASE, which other remedies had failed to euro. Have you the BRONCHITIS, NEURALGIA, RhmimaHam. Kfirnftila O Have you the ear-ache or tooth-ache? 'V. Are you afflicted with Old Soros, suffering from CRUISES, SPRAIN'S, CORNS, SOKE EYES, rmsf' mi Arctic Liniment will afford you instant relief. Everybody is liable to Aud in fear of these dread ful accidents tho ARCTIC LINIMENT should be Kept on hand, f. for it affords sure and IMMEDIATE RELIEF, Mjfo Mf often saving from death. It -reify MOTHERS' COMPANION. CAKES IN THE BREAST, SORE NIPPLES, Sore Lips, Pimples, &c, ic. It Is excellent for the Hair, giving it a HK4LTHT, ClOSST irnuiuxcE. It is GOOD FOR MAN AND BEAST. It is a sovereign remedy for Diseases of Horses, CTBLVa BRUISES, SPRAINS, L, Stringhalt, Wounds, Spavin, SCRATCHES, Swekt, Bio-man, Bino-doot:, JrnUi Pou-Evtt, 1-c. EXTRAORDINARY AXXOIXCEMEXT. DR. BRAGG TO COMMUNICATE REGULARLY TVITH 1119 ENT1KK LIST OF Over 1,000,000 Patients. Fvorv rturdner of a Doi.ur Bottle of tho ARCTIC LINIMENT receives, ot Dr. Bra!g'i expense, tho I'KITED STATUS JOURNAL fur one year. He has arranged for a department in each issue of fiuid paper throujrh which to communicate with his patrons, paid department to be de Toted to answers to correspondents, carefully-prepared prescriptions, and other valuaMc items of information which his Inn? experience and the peculiar cases frnra time t lime presented to his attention shall suggest. The JOURNAL is published in New York, and is one of the oldest and most popular newspapers in tho country. A certificate of subscription accompanies each boftlc. An AGENT WANTED in EVERY TOWN and VILLAGE. BRAGG & BUItriOWES, St. Louis, Mo. New York Omns, No. 271 BROADWAY. Communications should always be addressed to St. Louis. For tale ly all repcctaUc Drwj'jiil and Dedtr). Ilening & Melvin, agents for Steuben' ville. " nov.4,ly NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE ACE. Ayer's Cathartic Pills.. Tlicy dont iiei.p complain Is, but tlioycunn tliom. One box litis cured Dyspepsia. Tlirco boxes have cured the worst cases of Scrofula. . Two boxes have cured Erysipelas. One box always cures the Jaundice, J'Jiree boxes are (sure to cleanse the system of ... e. I . . . . J lioiies oiten less Minn one does it. Two boxes have completely cured the worst ulcers on the legs. Small doses seldom fail to cuto the Piles. One dose cures the headache arising from a foul stomach. Strong doses oflen repeated expel every worm from the body. Tliey should be given to children, who arc nlways more or less af flicted with this scourge. As a gentle physic, they have no equal. Ono box cinos derangement of the Liver Haifa box cures a cold. They purify tho blood, and thus strike at the foundation of every disease. Asa Dinner Till ihcieis not their equal in the world. They are purely vegetable, and can do no harm, but do accomplish an unaccountable amount of rood. Prepared by'Dr. J. 0. AVER, Praptical Che Uiist, Lowell, Mass., nnd sold by all Drug gists and Dealers iu Medicine through this section. dec lU,2m. GREAT BARGAINS AT THE aUEENSYVAKE STORE, MARKET , STREET, IN Iron Stone China Tea Setts, 'Covered Turrcons, Platters, Bakers, Nap pys, all sizes and styles j French and English .China, plain and gold banded ; Glassware.- Tumblers, all sizes j Fruit Bowls covered and uncovered j Candle Sticks, all colors and styles ; Lamps for oil or fluid ; Table Cutlery. Silver plated Knives and Forks, Steel, do. with Ivory, Horn; Bono or Wood Handles j Spoons plated with pure silver; German Silver and Bri tania do., all sizes. Castors, silver plated and Britannia in great variety ; Britannia Tea Setts, Cof fee and Tea Pots, and a great many arti cles too numerous to mention. All the above articles have been purchased for casli, and lie is determined to sell lower than the same articles have ever been of fered in this market. E. A. TONNER. Market street, between Oth nnd 6th. declfl-tf A 4 Times of Holding Courts in tbe Eighth Judicial District. . WIIEREAS.on the 18;h day of Septem ber. A. D. 1S5G, tho Judges of tbe Court of Common Pleas of .lie 8th Judicial District of the State of Ohio, by their ordeof that date, iu due form of law, fixed permanently the times for holding Ihe Courts of Common Pleas and District Court in each and all of the counties in the said district, ai.d whereas the subscri bers, the judges of said district, are of opinion thai the following changes and alterations iu the times of holding said Court of Common Pleas, and District Court are required by pub lic iuterest aud convenience, it is therefore by the subscribers, the Judges of euid District, in pursuance of the power vested in us by law, hereby ordered that the times of holding the Courts ot lommon Jfleas ana District Uourt within said District in the several counties thereof, be permanently fixed, as follows : The Tedms ok nig Court ok Common Pleas shall hereafter commence aud be uoldeu an nually in tho FIRST SUB -DIVISION, In the county of Muskingum, ou tho 2d day of February, the 15th dayoi'J.iuc, and the 2d day of November. Iu the county of Morgan, on the 2d day of MWfh. lllfl Qr.r.li v nf M,iv ami Mm Oil. , ...... v.. , -" UWJ VI J ..... raw. I. W tXJ of August. In the county of Noble, on the IGth day of juarcii, tne out uay oi June, aim me an day of September. y Aud in the SECOND SUB-DIVISION, In the counly of Guernsey on the 2Cth day of January, the 22d day of June, and the 2d day of November. , In the county of Monroe, on the 16th day of February, tho Cth Any of July, aud the 16th day of November. Iu the county of Belmont, on tho 2d day of juarcii, tne zjui uay oi may, auu tue ailn day of August. And iu the THIRD SUB DIVISION, In the county of lefferson ou the 2d day of February, the iiutli day ol May, and the SMlli day of Alienist. In the county of Harrison, on the 2d day of March,,!!!!) otn otJuly aud the 10th day of No vember. Ij tho county of Tuscarawas on the IGth day of March, he 22d day of June, and the 2d day of Novciiiter. OCTAnd the Teums ok Tns District Cocrt shall commence and be held annually hereaf ter, in the several counties iu the said Eighth Judicial District as follows : In the county of Jefferson on the 30lh day of March. In the cuuntj of Belmont on the 16th day of April. In the countj of Guernsey on the 30th day of April. In the count) of Noble on tho 10th day of Juay. Iu the countj of Monroe on the 14th day of May. In the countj of Morgan on the 21st day of September. In the county of Muskingum on the 24th day of September. In the county of Tuscarawas on the 19th day of Octoicr. In the county of Harrison on the 29th day of October. It is also ordered that if any of the days hereby fixed for holding the aforesaid Terms of Courts Bhall fall on Sunday, such Courts shall commence and be held on the next succeeding day. Done at Zanesvillp, Ohio, the 26th day of September, A. I). 1857. L. P. MARSH, JiNO. W. OKEY, S; W. BOSTWICK. Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of the Htli Judicial District of Ohio. I, Georue Webster Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, of Jefferson county, do hereby certily that the foregoing is taken, and correctly copied from the Journals of said Court, tins Sth day ol JJccomuer, A. 1). 1857. GEORGE WEBSTER, Clk. dec IC.fit How to save Money. TjVERY Gentleman oi Lady who re quires Medical Aid, will save money nnd time by consulting Dr. Sues, because 1st, his Remedies are, many of them, new ; sec ondly because he guarantees to give every one an equivalent for their money. Disease of ev ery description I rented without the use of Mercury (r other poisonous mineral. N. 15. Diseases of Females, receive particu lar attention. Consultation at the office free; by letter, one dollar. Medicine put up and sent to any post office address. Ollico north 3d street op posite the Truiuont House. DU. S1E3. dec lG'57-y. School Examiners' Notice to Teachers. E5 XAM1NATIOKS will be held as fol lows: In Steuhcnvillc, on Saturday January the 9th ; 1858. In Richmond .Friday March 5th, 1858, t " Smithfield Saturday " Gth, " " Sleubcnville Saturday April 17th" " Richmond Friday May 28th, " Smithfield Saturday May 29th ' Beginning in each case promptly at 9 o'clock, A. M. By Order of the Board, JACOB N. DESELLEM. Steubenville, December 16,'57. td Clerk. SALE of Heal Estate on Saturday the 15th of January, 1858, at 3 o'clock in the af ternoon, at the front door of the Court House, in Steubenville, will be sold to the highest bidder, the following real estate, the property of John, William and Sarah Kcll, ininor'children of William Kell, de ceased, to wit: The north half of Lot No. 28, in Ross' second . addition to the town of Steubenville, appraised at $350,00 Terms of sale oncithird cash, and bal ance iu one and two years, with interest, secured by morcgage on the premises. JOSHUA MANLEY, Guardian of John,William and Sarah Kell. dec 16-ts IlALSTk.i),corner of Market and 5th streets, has fust received the largest, and he thinks, the best stock ever brought to Steubenvellle. They have been bought at the right time and by an experienced buyer, and will be sold low. Country Merchants will be supplied with a good articl for retail, as law as, in Philadel phia or New York. All custom made work. Please call and examine. aug l2;-3in. OYSTER & FISH DEPOT. TjlOURTJI STREET,next;door to Frank- lin House. Oysters served up in every style Wholesale and Retail. O-Country dealers will find it to their ndvantage to call and see my stock before parcliOBing elsewhere. oct28-am M. K. SMITH. THOMPSON HANNA & SONS. Paper Hannfaotureri, Bteubonville, Oh'o. January 1 lr55 SHERIFF'S SALE. Mount Pleasant Branch of the Stat Bank of Ohio, vs. Vincent Mitchell, ct. al. "R Y VIRTUE of a writ of vend! expo nns. issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Celinonl county, state of Ohio, bear ing date Nov. 21st, A. D. 1857, and to me di rected, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court Douse, in tlitf city of Steubeuvillc, on SATURDAY the 2d day of January A. U, 1858, at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, the following real estate to wit : " beinir a fraction of a lot lying aud being situate in the town of Mount Pleasant', in the county ol" Jefferson and state or On lo, described as follows, viz : 24 feet in iront ou tne west side of lot no, 2-1, and ruu rung in a parallel line back one hundred and uueen teet. . lerms of sale cash. Apprais td at $1200, JAMES H. BLINN, Sh'ff. Sheriff 's office fee Steuben ville O.Dec. 2; 1857 j 5 88 DISSOLUTION. fPHE partnershig heretofore existing be- tween James Sterling and Geo. Kells in tho Dry Goods and Grocery business was dissolved by mutual consent, on the 17th ult dec 257 STERLING KELLS 4 CO. The Grocery business heretofore carried on by Sterling and Kells, will in the future be conducted excluseively by the undersigned. By prompt attention to his own interest and the interest of his customers, he hopes still to ,i 1:1 i ' nuftio a jiuciui puruou ui parromige. dec 2 JAMES STERLING. HENING & MELVIN, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS Three doors below Jefferson Branch Bank. 8TEURK N VILLK. rrilE subscribers have now in store a fine stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery and Daguer reotype material, which they are prepared to sell at the lowest market rates. Country merchants are requested to examine our slock and prices, before purchasing else where. N. B. Beeswax and Ginseng purchas ed by tho subscribers. I1ENING & MELVIN, ' dec 2 WHOOPING COUCH CORDIAL One of the most successful and pleasant remedies for v hooping Cough, now in use forsaloby dec 2 IIening t Melvim. JJERFUMMRY. New and handsome styles, of the various kinds of perfume ry lately received, and tor sale, at the Drug Emporium -of dec 2 Hkninq & Mklvis. A FEW BARRELS of Linseed Oil, for sale at reduced prices, for cash, by dec 2 IIemno & Mklmn. SUNDRIES I) 250 doz Essences Pepermiut and cinnamon .iuu " inks. 180 ." Castor Oils, 41) Batcman's Drops, For sale by (dec 2) HENING A MELVIN. A PRIME lot of Ground Cinnamon, Mustard and Ginger, for sale by dec 2 IIemno & Melvin. UA11NISIIES, Coach Copal, Japan, &c. just received and for sale by dec 2 lluxixa dc Mklvi.v 1857 II. G. GARRETT 1857. DEALER IN Jfitiug it'nfo Dll Y GOODS!! Lower end of the Market House, THIRD STREET, Steubenville, Ohio. Nov. 18,1867. REMOVAL! REMOVAL!! Fall and Winter Clothing. NEW STOCK. E. FR0HM AN & CO., T1ESPECTFIILLY inform their friends and the public generally that their new stock of clothing for the Fall ano Winteu Trade, manufactured fortlic aleubeiiville mar ket at their wholesale establishment at Cm cinnati, has just arrived. It is. larger and more varied, and embraces nner articles than usual. The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vests and Hats and Caps for men and boys, handker chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts, and a full stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Carpet sacks, Umbrellas, h;, Fciiiimau it Co. also keep on hand a full stock of Cloths, and Vestings, and manufac tures clothing to order, on short notice, at pri ccs that will he satisfactory to purchasers. fits warranted. . Thankful for the very liberal patronaechcre tofore extended to us. We ask for a continu ance of it, and beg to assure the public that it will be our constant aim, by deuling houora bly, lo deserve it. We may be found at the south east corner of Market and Th'rrt Ms Give us a call. nov 4. . E. FROHMAN. MERCHANT TAILORING. THOMAS H. ROBERTSON Successor to J. L. Ihllon, 11 E S r E U T F l L b Y -announces to 1 hs friends, and the old. patrons of his niedeccssor, that he has just returned from the east, with a well selected stock of eoods. mostly of the finest quality, consisting of cloths, cassimercs, and vestirtgs, which he ill manufacture to order, in unsurpassed style, at short notice. . Also, cravats, under shirts, drawers, handkerchiefs, suspenders, and all other articles of gentlemen's wear. These eoods are bought at the recent frreat reductiou, and will be made up aud sold for cash only, and at a great reduction in the price heretofore paid iu this market. IHOMAS IJ. KOHEIITSON, Holton'R old stand, Market st. Steubenville. P. S. Goods purchased elsewhere manufac tured to order, and satisfaction guaranteed. oct. Maai-u BANK EXCHANGE SALOONS." rpIIE UNDERSIGNED, 'WOULD respectfully inform all to whom it mav concern, that, his Saloons arei n resdiness for tho reeeption of guests at nil suitablo hours Jlianklul for the very liberal patronage heretofore receivetl, he hopes by careful atten tion to the accomodation of Ins guests, still to merit their favorable consideration. MARKET STREET nearly opposite the Jef- son Branch Bank. WM. WINN. novl8lf Proprietor. WM. M I.AtlOIILIK JNO. M'LAL'OIILIN. Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory. 117 M. M'LAUGIILIN Sc SON, Market Street, Steubenville, opposite the Wash ington Hall, keep constantly on hands a gen eral and extensive assortment of SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, CARPET BAGS, TRUNKS, WHIPS, &c, &c, Robes, horte Blankets, new styles: Sleigh bells, girths, nets, Ac, all of which they are prepared to sell wholesale or retail. A superior slock of Trunks on hand, to which particular attention is directed. All articles in their line in store, or if pre ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the best manner. Orders solicited, and satisfac tion rendered. WM. M'LAUGHLIN dc SON, Steubenville, decl7. TiG.-ly. T ADIES' DRESS GOODS-Tho lnr - gest and. most fashionable stock ever opened in this marker, and at lower prices at Douoherty ot Brio.' oct mt NEW JEWELRY STORE. T F. McCLINTIC would respectfully inform the citizens of Steubenville and the surrounding country, that he is prepared to accommodate purchasers with every variety of Jewelry usually kept in such establishments, and at Ihe most reasonable prices, such as CLOCKS, GOLD & SILVER WATCHES, Breastpins, Ear-Drops, Fingpr Rings, Gold Lockets, Vest and Neck Chains, Ladies' Gold Pencils, Port Monies, Looking Glasses, Spectacles, Fancy Soaps, 1 erfumnry. Violiiis,Accordeons, , Tooth and Hair Btushcs, Gold Pens, &c. &o. Havincr had an experience of 10 years in this branch of business, he hopes to render satisfaction to all who may favor him wi'h a call. iLrClocks, watches and Jewelry repai red with promptness and care. Tho patron age of the public is respectfully solicited. (TTStoro on Market Street, north side, be tween 4th and Sth, nearly opposite the Jeffc son Branch Uauk, bteubcnvuie, Ohio. Nov 11,'57-y JEFFERSON MACHINE WORKS. WILLIAMKENYON, Manufacturer of hand and slide TURNING LATHES, & STEAM ENGINES. Water Street, Steubenville, O. Planing, Drilling, and Bolt Cutting machines; suattuig and Mill (ieanug ; . Screws for Rolling Mills, and all other purpo ses, up to eigniceR ieet long u necessary, Hut In nrdur . Machine JOBBING and REPAIRING attend ed to with promptneis. ILTOrders for work solicited, and executed with dispatch. nov 4'57-y Cheap and Fashionable Clothing ! I ! JONES H0FMAYER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKR IS All KINDS OF FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, Market street, three doors ab ove Fourth st., btcubenvule, yhio. TnE BEST ASSORTMENT OP REAPT MADE CLOTHING, HATS AND CAFS EVER OFFERED IN STEUBENVILLE. 1I1E UNDERSIGNED has just re- ceived and is adding weekly to his large and general assortment of Heady Made Clothing, the latest styles as they come out, to which he directs the attention of his friends nnd the public, assurincr them that he is pre pared to sell every description of goods, at prices lower than has ever been purchased in this section of the state. In point of style, quality or durability, his goods cannot be ex celled in this or any other western market. His prices are uniform, and the public miy feel confident that they will at all times re ceive uie worm oi meir money. It will be to tho interest of all, to call nnd examine before purchasing elsewhere, as his clothing is made to order, he is satisfied that he is able to sell better goods at lower prices than any house in the city. J. HOFMAYEB, Market st.. three doois above Fourth, Steubenville. oct2P57-tf FALL STOCK! FALL STOCK! Chickering & Son's Piano Fortes. jOHN II. iMELLOR has just received " a complete stock of Piano Fortes, from the manufactory of Chickering A Sons, selected for Fall Sales, consisting of thirty-five new nnd splendid instruments of every variety and style manufactured by the Messrs. Ohick erings, Boston, from the plainest six octavo to the most splendidly finished seven octavo square piano fortes, as well as their superb and inimitable Grand und Parlor Grand Piano. Every Piano Forte in this lot, is of their rew scale, with their Patent Iron Frame and Patent action, and are not only warranted to the purchaser by the manufacture:, but by the subscriber, to be iu all respects as perfect as instruments can be made, both iu regard to material and workmanship. Prices invariably the same as in Boston, at the manufactory. JOHN II. MELLOR, No. 61 Wood Street, between Diamond Alley and Fourth Street, PITTSBURG. PA., Agent for Chickering & Sons, Boston, for Pittsburg aud Wwtero Pennsylvania. Oct 7 tf. OHIO FOUNDRY rpiIE .UNDERSIGNED would re spectfully inform the public generally that he is carrying on the Foundary business in all its various branches. He is now manu facturing a larce variety of cookimr Stoves. to wit : No. 1, Hartley improved, for coal or wood ; 2 " " " 4', Airtight, " " 4, Union Large Oven " ' " 9, Aurora " for coal ; " 4, Etna " for coal or wood; " 7, Republic for wood; " 3, Improved elevated oven, for coal ; " 7, Buckeye, for coal or wood ; Large Baloon coal burner ; " Egg church stove : No. 1,2 4 3, " 12, Franklin stoves ; " 1,3, 3 cook stoves ; Eight different patterns of Arch Grates ; Pour " " Cast Fenders ; Wagon boxes, wholesale or retail ; Plow Points, of all the different patterns ; No. 5, Patent Lever Plow castings ; Three sizes cooking Grates, Casques made to order oc the shnrtpnt no. tice. All of which will be sold at reduced prices. IOI am also carrvinir (in in rnnnprlinn villi the above the tin nnd Uopper Business. II? Wareroom, Market street, below the Bank, Steubenville, Ohio. octiiiMy. WILLIAM L. SHARP. N E WG OOTs" (EORGE SCOTT is now opening at '-'his store on Market Street, his Full Storlr of Fancy and staple Dry Goods, having been selected with the view of keeping goods of the best quality, and latest stvlcs. of the season. His stock is unsuallv lanre and'attractive. The stock comprises la dies dress goods of the newest and most bcautilul designs. Irimmimrs in ereat variety, a very large supply of all kinds of Millinery goods full and Winter shawls. talmas cloaks, house kecpins rroods. fancv articles, blankets, flannels, a large lot of iurs, &c, to which lie invites the attention of purchasers. oct.7tf SADDLES, HARNESS. &c. &c. TOIIN N. MYERS South Fourth Street, "Steubenville Ohio has on hands the largest and best assortment of SADDLERY ever of fered in the city, and owing to the large amount of business dono, and on a STRICT UASU 1'KIWUIPLE, ho is enabled to sell at the old prices, notwithstanding the enormous rise in stock. Call and examine for vour. selves. Scpt.5,tf J. N. MYERS. MEAT STORE. rWARLES BONNER & CO., Market Street, two doors above the Jefferson Branch Bank, Sleubenvillo Ohio. Every va riety of choice meats, Beef, Pork, Sausage, Ac. fec Wholesale and Retail at the lowest cash prices, and in large or small quantities. WOODWELL'S FURNITURE AND CHAIRS, WHOLESALE AND JIETUL, lMBRACING every kind of Furniture in Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut suilablef or PARLORS, CHAMBERS, and DINING ROOMS, Equal to any in New York or Philadelphia! and at lower prices, every article made, by hand and warranted. Cabinet Makers supplied with any quantity of Furniture and Chairs, on reasonable terms. Hotels and Steamboats furnished at the shortest notice. ' Warerooms, Nog. 77 vnd 79 Third street, Pittsburgh, Ta, febl8. JET'S A AIR-TIGHT ST0YE, A COOKING STOVE designed fof Farmers and hotel-keepers, burning wood and colli, and guarantied to give satisfaction to purchasers. Also, Live Oak Large Oven for burning wood ; Star of the West, and Aurora. These stoves are far superior to any yet introduced for baking and roasting, in re spect to saving fuel and for durability they are unequalled. Manufactured by A. Bradley, r lusuurjjn, jug ouuscriuer Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Tin Sheet Iron, brass ware, self-sealing cans, Ac. Persons In want of anything in his line will save money by giving him a call. Spouting roofing and all kinds of job work done to order and at the lowest prices. The highest prices paid for old copper and pewter. Store north side of Market three, doorswest of 4th. J. H. LINDSAY, npn 8 57-ly : Great Bargains Cheap Goods. AT DOUGHERTY & BRO'S. WE have just received our Fall stock of new and fashionable Dry Goods, which we will be able to sell cheaper than here tofore offered in this market. Having purchased our stock under favorable; cir cumstances during the tight money panic, we know we will be able to supply our customers with goods at lower prices than can be- had in the city. Cur stock is full and complete in every department and wo invite everybody to como and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to sell our goods at lower prices than heretofore offered in this mar ket. Come and examine as it is no trou ble to show goods. oct 21-if ' Dougherty & Brother. TT AVE just received for Fall and Win- ter Irado, a large stock of Cloths, Coa tings.Casi meres, Satinetts.T weeds, Jeans, and Vestings of every description for men and boys wear, which we Will make to or der or sell by the patern. Our stock in this department being more extensive than all the stocks in the place combined. READY-MADE CLOTHING. A large stock on hands of sound materi al nnd well made nfnur nwn mnnnPn ! il nr,i,i,;..t. u.a ,i.;ii ,n i... . l 1 uu ui wiiii.ii no vt 111 0011 uo iuw Utf vail 1)9 bought in the state. N. II. Particular attention nniil tn ma king up of fine goods 4br custom trade of ...L-t. I I .1 . . which unr block huh no equal in tne iraaev DOUGHERTY & BRO, Oct21-tf J. G. BARR,Supt. Dry Goods Groceries, Queensware o.Sc, f EWIS ANDERSON begs leave tain. form the public that he has resumed busi ness in the room between Garreett and Mc' Carty's store on third Street lower end of the Mnrlcpt.. Wlierfl ho intend tn trppn a minai-al w . H gII-..l. assortment of such Goods ls is usually kept in urocery stores, tne nignest price paid for irouuee. ue ua uy ciose attention to usiness and sellinif low to reenivn a lihornl share of the patronage of the City and Couu- "y- Jan.28-' 57. LEWIS ANDERSON. A LARGE STOCK OF Fall and Winter Goods. SUPERIOR Black and Blue, Brown, Olive and Green Cloths. Extra fine Black French Cassimcres. French funcy Cassimeres. Vestings: bilk, Satin, Grenadines, Plush, Velvets nnd White Silk Vpstiiifru nil newest styles, and be made in the best manner. Shirts, fancv and colors. Undershirts and Gloves, and all other kinds of Furnishing Goods. Always on hand, Ready Made Clothing, and all very low for cash. J. LITTLE, Merchant Tailor,; . nov5 2d door from corner 3d Sr Mar. flARPETS! C ARPETS! ! Having 'bought the most of our stock at a large auction sale, we will be able to sell at lower prices than wo have ever done be fore ; also a large stock of Blankets, Rugs, and furnishing goods of every kind, and very cheap at Douguebty & Bro. oa 21 tf HOWARD ASSOCIATION PHIADELPHIA, A Benevolcntlnstitution, established by spe' cial endowment for the relief of the sick and distressed, afflicted with Viru lent and Epidemic diseases. T10 ALL PERSONS afflicted with Sex ual Diseases such as Spermatorrhea, Sera inal Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, or Self Abuse, &c, &c. The Howard Association, in view of the awful destruction of human life, caused by Sexual diseases, ond the deceptions prac tised upon tho unfortunate victims of such diseases by Quacks, several years ago di rected their Consulting Surgeon, as a Char itable Act worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment ot this class of diseases, in all their forms, and to give Medical Advice Gratis.to all who apply by letters, with a description of their .condi tion, (age, occupation, habits oflife, &c.,) and in cases of extreme poverty,' to Fur nish Medicines Free of Charge. It is needless to add that the Association com mands the highest Medical skill of the age, and will furnish the most approved modem treatment. The Directors, on a view of the past, feel assured that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort, have been of n-rpni hnn. efit to the afflicted, especially to the young, anu nicy nave resolved to devote themsel ves, with renewed zeal, to this very im portant but much despised cause. Just Published by the Association, a Re port on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weak ness, the Vice of Onanism, Masturbation sr self-abuse, and other diseases of the sex ual Organs by the Consulting "surgeon, which will be sent bv mail, fin a Hpnlml letter envelope,) Freo of Charge, on re ceipt or two Btamps ror postage. -Address, for renort or treatment. Dr. George R. Calhoun, Consulting surgeon, II .,1 Aonnn;.;nr U O ..tl. Vr:iU UUWU1U ilOOUblUHUII, ,U A OUUW1 A1I1HU street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors. George Fairchild, secretary, oct. 7, Ezra D Hearrwell, President, CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLs7 TIIEGREA T ENGLISH REMEDY PUEPARED FROM A PRESCRIPTION OF SIR J. CLARKE, M. D., PHYSICIAN EX TRAORDINARY TO THE QUEEN. rPHIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in tho cure of all those riAinfnl nnd dan gerous disorders to which the female coosti ution is subject. It moderates all excess and emoveg all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. . , TO MARRIED LADIES t is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price one dollar, bears the Gov ernment Stamp of Great Britian, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. Tl.non Pillo should not hn tnl-en lw fomnlao tbat are pregnant, during tho first three months as thoy are sure to bring on miscarriage ; but at every other time and in every other case tuey re porivutiy unie. Rnlfl Acenta fur lli in onnnfw JOB MOSES, late I. 0. Baldwin, Rochester, V. I- ' ' ' . N. n flt1 00 nnd R riAatnrvA arnmna ar.r-1nArl to any authorized airent. will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. tor sale wholesale and retail by iiening a Molvin. Steubonvillo. O.. and by Drop-friste genelaly. declO IX nR7s7TllfniACKEIt. Richmond