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r :1? 1 principles tf THt MKRICAH COTJNCIl 07 THI CITY OF Steubenville, Ohio. r . ... Wi, Whose names are hereunto subscribed, do hereby adopt, tod agree to bof overned in or political action, by the following princi-pies':- ' - ' 1st. Sons but Americans to rule America: J d. The Union mast be preserved. . " 3d, No Foreign Interference in American . affairs. t ; .4th. No union of Church and State. " ', 1 6th, Inviolability of National Treaties. ; ". 6th. Personal morality , indispensable to ." 7th. An open Bible, without note or com ment, in all our Public Schools. 8th. Thorough reform of the Naturalization Lava. ., ,. u . 9th. A capitation tax that will excluue foreign paupers and convicts. 10th. No ; appointment of foreigners on diplomatic post. 11th. Strict economy in the administration tf the Government. '.;,') 12th. No interference with the right of citi tenship already acquired by foreigners, and the protection of law to all who immigrate from love t of, liberty, but uncompromising opposition tq. Political OatholocUm, whether iu the person of an American demagogue, or a, foreign Ecclesiastical Despot. HOME MATTERS. 3T The following persons have paid the sums annexed to their names, on sub cription to the Tad Amricak, for the week ending, March 17 : ,. . as. Blackburn ' 75 to date. Mr. Griffith, : 1.50 to No. 4. Vol. 4. Rev.J;K. Andrews, 1.00 to 19. Wm.Kerr, 1,50 to 449. Mr. McMullen, 2,00 to " 9. " O. C.Smith, ; 1,50 to 14. 5. W. 11. Rowlsnd 1,00 to March 10 '58. James A. Walker, 3,00 " " Rezin Permar, Andrew Eaky, R. Sherrard, Jr. James Baron, Wm. MoConnell, J. H. Gould, John Allen, James Melvin, 1,50 to Jan. 1. 1859. 1,50 3,00 " " 1.50 " 1,50 " 1.50 2,00 1,00 . 58. II u ii -1 Union Prayer-Meeting. : Arrangements have been made for holding a series of meetings for Prayer as follows. . Cramer Chapel, , Tuesday 16th, 4 P. M. 1st Pres. Church. Wednesday 17th " Methodise, P. 5th St. Thursday 18th Associate Reformed, Friday 19th "Hamline .Chapel, Saturday 20th 2d Presbyterian, Monday 22d , - TheBe are designed to be Vnion Meet ' Ings, conducted on anion principles, for the benefit alike of all; and ail either in or oat of the pale of the various church oe in the city, are earnestly solieted to attend, and thus daily unite in prayer and thanksgiving to God. As a community we have cause to thank Him for what the Holy Spirit has already done in our midst; and great reason and encouragement to pray for the continuous outpouring of the Spirit to awaken and convert the impenitent among us. N. B. The meetings will open precise ly at 4 P. M., 15 minutes after the ring ing of the bell, and close at 5. The bell of the First Church will ring for all the meetings held , South of Market street that oi the Second Churcb, for those North of tbis street. By order of the Committer or Arrangement. Primary meeting. The American Executive Committee would announce to the electors of Steu- benville City, and Township, that they are requested to assemble at the Court House, in the City of Steubenville, on Saturday the 20th inst., at the hour of S o clock, P. M., of said day; then and there to place in nomination proper per eons to fill thevaiious offices of City and Township; to be elected on Monday, the 6th day of April prox. All who-favor the principles of the platform contained in this paper; together with all who are opposed to the swindle, Attempted to be practiced upon the coun try, by the National Administration, in relation to the Lecompton Constitution, are cordially invited to attend, and take a full share in the selection of Candidates. It ia time to work. . Let there be a full turn out at the Primary Meeting, and let "good men and true" be placed upon the ticket. - V Z. RAGAN. H. G. GARRET. LEWIS ANDERSON. Committee. arWe are requested to announce that preparatory meeting of the Republican of Cross Creek township, will be held at the bouse of JAMES McCONNELL, on March 27th, for the purpose of" form ing a township ticket for township offices. Hour of meeting 2 o'clock, P. M. Odd; Fxllows' Nw Hall -It is known-generally, that the Odd Fellows of this city, together with the "Encamp ment." have leased for a terra of years, the "Old Kilgore Hall," and refitted it for their use, in the highest style of mod ern taste. 'Having heretofore been famil iar with, the Hall as a place of Public resort on various occasions we must say that we "were astonished when we re-vis-Eted ft' one' evening last week, in company with, a few friends, under the guidance of the gentlemanly, 0. G., who after opening divers doors, snd passing through various rooms, ushered us into the Lodge Room, where a scene met our gaze, that completely threw in the shade anything we ever saw in this city. It would be impossible for us to describe it, as we are unacquainted with the nses of the va rious stands, co'umns, rooms, and ante rooms, therein contained. The room is lighted by l hb, from a magnificent cban dalier in the centre, and four burners at ' each end. The furniture is all new, presenting the colon of the fraternity, beautifully' blended, in one field, that surpasses 6 anything of . the kind we ever saw,' and which taken in connection with the fitting up, the paper with which the walls are, bung and the carpeting is decidedly rich-1 . ': ., , .! . -Attention is directed to the adver tiseraent of.Mr. Rowland, in another Column.' It wiH be seen " that he . has removed- from his old business, place, to There are hundreds of othets, whose names we would be pleased to record in the above list of honor. nam C7 Attention is directed (o the adver tisement of Mr. Glassgow, in our paper of this dale. Mr. G. has most certainly a superior stock of tastefully selected Hals and Caps. No western market can supply anything superior ; and what is to the in terest of the puichaser he sells remarkably cheap. The very bland, style in which patrons are waited upon by Mr G. adds greatly to the pleasantness of selecting his establishment, in preference to one in whom the proprietor is less courteous Give him a call. McGviaa Dotlb. will be a candidate for the offices of City Marshal and Coasta- bio, at the Primary Meeting, to be held on the 20th inst. . pd B. NiAsi, will be a candidate for nomination for the offi ce of Trustee, from the 3d Ward of the city of Steubenville, at the Primary Meet- to be held on the. 20th inst. marlO-te. ... o i Samuel SroHWs, will be a candidate for the offices of City Marshal and Constable at the Primary Meeting to be held on the 20th inst Thomas War in, will be a candidate for nomination for the offices of City Marshal and Constable, at the Primary Meeting, to be held on the 20th inst. - Jamis .Whits, will be a candidate for the nomination for City Marshal and Constable, at the approaching Primary Meeting to be held en the 20th inst. pd o John 0. Conm, . will be a candidate for the office of township Clerk, at the primary meet- ng, to be held on the 20th inat . pd. "For the special advantage of all concerned, we give general notice, that Benjamin Pierce, keeps constantly on hand, and for sale, Flour of the very best Quality, Cincinnati brand, at wholesale and retail. We have tried it and there fore speak advisedly. North 3d Street Steubenville. Jty Two thousand Peach trees, two years old this spring, for sale at the upper end of third street, Steubenville, Ohio, by march 17. R. C. Peters. A SPRING ELECTION. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.- On pAarmoN. , SPECIAL NOTICES- Ohio State and Union Law College. THIS Institution has been removed to rUAVAlanif. niilA riACrrpM aw, lprrallv ,An f erred, and Students upon graduating, may be admitted to practice. For Circulars ad dress, at Cleveland M. A. KING, deo 2357 y Secretary. Cholera, which sends so many thous ands to the grave, is not so great a scourge to the human race as is consumption. The former with one fell swoop, sends conster nation through the entire community, but soon is quiet again; the latter, plants its insiduous footsteps upon the family hearth stone, and how silently the flower of the household fades from our sight. , It makes the roses of the cheek bloom brighter as it saps the tendrils of its roots. Do not be deceived, but go in time and get Bowman's Vegetable Compound, which hr-s cured many cases where physicians had given them up. For sale by Hening & Melvin. Balm for Every Wound." TEE ARCTIC LIKEMEST wm prod need br Dr. BRAGG al the requwt of Dr. Kan, when about to proceed to the ARCTIC REGIONS, and mi used by him during that perfloua Yoyags. Thui wai gtrtl to the world tbla wonderful BIALINO REMEDY, de"" which hai made THE AFFLICTED REJOICE. HUNDREDS 4 THOUSANDS hare tested ITS VIRTUES, and are rejolclnj in freedom from long lingering PAIN AND DISEASE, which other ramediM bad laOed to eure. Hare yon the BRONCHITIS, NEURALGIA, Rheumatism, Bororala ? Ha-eyouthe EAR-ACHE OR JJ00TH-ACHE1 An you afflicted with .Old Boreal, offering from BRUISES, SPRAINS, CORNS, bore tna, puis? til Arotlo Liniment win afford yon instant relief. Srerybody U liable to And in fear of these dread ful accident the ARCTIC LINIMENT should bo ' ARE YOU SICK? Tien you can't be cored too soon. Don't de lay until your complaint is incurable, and then mourn when it is too late. Four fifths of all the diseases which people church yards, might by cired by Ayer's Cathartic Pills, if taken in season. Don t go dragging through the spring faint, sleepy and listless, because your blood is loaded with bile. Don't wear the headache, Heartburn and other kindred disorders, be cause your stomach is foul. Don't parade yourself around the world, covered with Pim ples, blotches, ulcers, sores and all or any of the unclean diseases of the Skin, because your system wants cleansing. Don't show yourself about, lean, haggard, all caved in, because your stomach and bowels need strengthening into healthy action. Ayer's Pills set these things right as surely as water quenches fire. Tbey purify the body and blood, and restore their functions into healthy activity which you can feel as quick as they are taken. They are the one great medical wonder of this age, re cognized by all who are acquainted with their virtues, and many thousands know them. Take the CHsaaY Pectoral for a Cough, and the Pills for all derangements requiring a pur gative medicine. Prepared by Dr J. O. ATER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. SHERIFF'S SALE, ' George D. Rex. vs. Martha Rex et al. Elisabeth Rex, infant vs.- Georre D. Rex. et al.' "RY Virtue of an Order of Sale in this --caute, issued ont of the conrt of Common fleai nf Jefferson eoanty, State of Ohio, hear iug date March Sd, 1858, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue and out cry at t he front door of the Court House, in the city of Steubenville, on SATURDAY, the 3d day of April, A.D. 1858, at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following lands snd tenements situate in Jefferson coun ty, State of Ohio, bounded and described as follows, to wit. that is to say Section number thirty-one, in township numbered seven, and range numbertwo, saving and excepting from the same the following part of said section, conveved bv said Benjamin Rex, now deceas ed, to Peter Smock, on the 5th day of April, 1628.. Bounded and described as follows, to wit : Beginning at the n. corner of section No. 31, in township number 7 and range No. 3 and running with the north 'boundary line S. 89J deg. , W . 102 perches to a post north west of a run from which an ash four inches In di ameter bears S. li deg. East 20 to a beech 6 inches in diameter bears north 14) degrees Westn links ; the.ice crossing the run south 153 degrees eart b perches to a post 4 links south of a white oak standing in the course, thence south 26 degrees east 37 2 10 perches to a beech standing on a steep bank ; thence south 6 degrees east 16 perches to a post from which a dog wood 5 inches in diameter bears south 64) degrees east 23 link, thence south do6 aeg. east m perjshes to a post b links east of a white oak standing in the course, '.hence sooth 30' degs. east 23 perch es crossing a ran to a post on a bank from which white oak 14 inches in diameter bears south 1 degrees east-14 links, thence east oi percnes to a post standing on the east boun dary line of said section, from which a white oak bears south 52) degrees east 9 links and thence north degree east 93 perches to the beginning, containing 50 acres and three quarters of an acre (50; more or less ; slno excepting from the said section of land the fol lowing tract conveyed ny tiie said Benjamin Rex when in life, to wit: On the 3d day of October, A. D. 1846, to John Snodgrass, and bounded and described of follows, being a part of the S. W. quarter of Section 31, town ship 7, and range 2, commencing at the south west corner oi me section at a post, running east 78 perches to a post; thence north 23 1-2 degrees west 534 10 to a post ; thence north 57 degrees west 45 perches to a post ; thence south 25 degrees west 14 perches to a post near to a oog wooa sappung ; tbence north 10 degrees west 15 5 perches to a post ; thence north 35 degrees west 16 2 perches to a post in the section line ; thence south 116-8 perch es to a post, being the place of beginuing, containing 29 acres, 3 roods and 4 perches, be tne same more or less, subject to the dower oi the widow ot Benjamin Hex, deceased, hereto fore assigned therein by the court, the same being,the sum of one hundred and sixty dol lars payable annually to said widow. Txbms or Sali. One third cash on tbe day of sale, one third In twelve month, and the balance in two years from the day of Sale the deferred payments to bear interest from the day of sale, and to be secured by mort gage on the premises sold. JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Steubenville,? . March 17-ta Fee $13,50. J KoncE. " Omos or m Boaao or Kdbcatio, I Of tha City of Steubenville, March 8, 1858.) "rVOTU'Ejn her. by given, that there will be a meeting of tha qualified voters of the city of Steubenyille, held in the court house in said city On Saturday, the 3d daj of April nex1, to take into consideration the question of pur chasing a site for, and erecting a school house in said school district. The enumeration of the youth of said dis trict showa that there are 2541 children who are entitled to attend school. The number whose names have been registered as attend ing school since the 1st of September last, is about 1000.. Of this number, more than one half are taught in rented rooms yet, many have been excluded for want of room, and pro per rooms cannot be obtained for their ac commodation, without a new building We estimate the cost of a lot and building sufficient to meet the wanta of the schools at twentv thousand dollars. The laws of the State of Ohio authorises the city to borrow money for this purpose. In this way the taxation may be extended through several years, - u. sh&kkaku, .in., ELI T. TAPPAN, march 17-td WM. W. CABLE. Pittsburgh, Columbus and Ctaeijuuti ' i fsteuDenvyis m maiaoaj R A I L R-0 A D . THE NEW HIT AND CAP ST0EE 1U58.1 SPRING STYLES. T1858. ECElYED at GLASSGOWS. di- ill rect from New York and PhiladelDhia. the latest styles of Head covering. llis Spring mock is extensive, and com plete, and the old cry need not longer be heard that a neat, fashionable; and tasty hat can not be procured in steubenville' he having obviated that fault by tbe introduction of all the various and latest styles of Hats and Caps aoopiea iu tne eastern cities. lie returns thanks to the citixens of Steuben ville. and his patrons iu general, and hopes for a continuance of the same. Glassgow being satisfied with email fronts. would say to all desiring a fashionable hat, that tbe corner of Market and Fourth Streets is tbe place for them to wend their way, where Hats snd Caps are selling at greatly reduced prices, and where all can obtain full value for the ready cash, from ULA3SUUW. marah 17-4m Attachment Notice. James Patterson, Plaintiff, vs. Frederick S. Grismer, Defendant, EFORE John S. Patterson, a Justice of the Peace, for the township ot Steu benville, Jefferson county, Ohio. On the 5th day of March, A. D. 1858, said Justice, issued an order of attachment, in the aoove action for tne sum of one hundred dol lars, f$100.) James Pattexson. Steubenville, O. March, 17-I858.3t West? PATENT MEDICINES. Connections Perfected both East and Trains ran through from Pittsburgh to Columbus fN AND AFTER TUESDAY, 'Jan. v 4tb, 1858. Trains will leave Steu benville, daily. (Sundays excepted. Vas fol lows - . r--.- ' NlOHT EXFEESS Tbah At 5:48 r. at. stopping at Cadix Junction and western points) arrives at Columbus at 1:40 a. m. Mail Teaii At 9:45 a. m., fstoppinir at all intermediate stations! arrives at 'Jolumbus at 5:20 p. m. Freight Train Leaves Steubenville. at 2:55 a. m., arrives at Columbus a 1 7:40 m EASTWARD, . Niobt Exr-RKSjs Tbair Leaves Colum bus at 9:55 p. ra., arrives at Steubenville, at 4:26 a. m. . Wail J bain Leaves Columbus at iu-.du a. oi., arrives at steubenville at 8:48 p. m. Freight Train Leaves Columbus at 6:00 a. m., arrives at Steubenville at 10:25 p. ra. Cadiz Accommodation Train Leaves Steubenville at 4:55 p. m., arrives at Cadiz at 8.05. Leaves Cadiz at 7.-30 ar rives at Steubenville at 10:15 a. m. n : ; , ynnjj BUY OKI OT ra BEHT mWATm AND llTBI RTT ' CI Ml mat Mm th public, aaaal, i. & toaa'S Ia-roofum m Lr BmbxI-, that acta aa a . M CaJtortM. auc, mttfac u4 aura aawtnl thaa aa( atbarB-Miciiiakaava. h la art only a CaUiarua, but mA r row!-, atttaf Ant m tha Umt teajaaiU ad nor bid attr, M tba -V-jnh and bovala k 'utt off that taaticr, thaa aeaw.pl! Ala tM.- Ataa aftctaaJly wttaoatanyaCthapalnfel fccUngaa WMfiaeaad la tbe OMrattoaa at M CatbarUM. B atmarUMU Um -Mn at Ux kM Um that It fMijm Cjlt and wbaa takoa daily la faoaaraU oma rU Catraocthm and battd It aa wHk aaaaaal rapidity. OiJaumwB bmooauroa ia anapoaadM aatlrat t Soma Ida a tha atraoaih of tha-a avaauyte ,fmMh It la kaoir. tUt bottla -""to; Mk-ahiu msk atranrth aa ooa hundr4 m doMa of Oabnal, wlthoot any 1 1ta dajatartooa aflbata. rinir-'-r rara svallaioal fowara, tkaaa (Jamaha-oba-a bat Httla knowa to ffjraiaaoa, aa narar vaad in that- ta-aaaHptiena aotil oaad In the form of tha ImipnX, whioh m witi anca aaprfc as anaaaaa aa w inaamm turn pruK.. h-iw nadtdna triad aad known la ita tAstt. WltbaararalytTwiaUadte aara Um CoajpUUta h CBaadantad anaaaaa aa W iadnaa iba propriator w it aa a family BMdldaa triad aad known la iti IndbraaUoa baiof eanaaa By B oaraafaa vmm m 9ur-d wh tba Urtr la axeibrf to atk. . .MUiwnj mm i. i i rr ha Um, and aa a proof that tha mrwo-UToa raUaae fMthiadiaaaaalatanyoM tnablad with jaoadios taka til. I.rlnnli M-nlarlr OOA tab. BBd BMir IMW M will bogia to aatuma ita odaHaal aolor. - UoaUTOBaaa eaa aa paraaaaaouy rwaa -J w Tlgorator. TUa it Is anau ooaaa aa raunn, K' aaalata aatnra ia Bar oaatatioBa. Br gradually aiaiahlDg tha doaa, tha bovala ara latt la Bhaalthf ud aetlva rUta. aad aotk aa rcnlarlraa aloak wortu Co Partnersip Notice. rpIIE UNDERSIGNED has as -1- sociated with him, in the Fancy Dry Goods business, under the style of GEO. SCOTT tt CO., Mr. John H. Hawkins who has had with me, many years experience in thebusines and who with me, solicits a continuation of the patronage so liberally extended to the se nior partner. . GEORGE SCOTT. march 10 3t Era MOTHERS' Kept on hand, fcr it affords lore and IMMEDIATE RELIEF. often taring from death. It lathe COMPANION. IT CUIBS V CAKES IN THE BREAST, ii 1 SORB NIPPLES, I Bore lips, Pimplet, ko As. . a ( . It Is exoaBent br tha Ealr, ' j Mnf It a BX1LTHT, OLOOBT imuuLxca. It la GOOD FOR MAN AKD BEAST. Itbtasotanlga ramady Bit Diseases of Horses, B5 ' WW" 1 BRUISES. 8PRAIIES Btringhalt, Wounds, Sparta, Bwnrr, bio-bud, Rnooxs, FOtL-ETIl, M. EfflAOWARY ffiOIMlIM SR. ERAOO TO OOIOIUNICaTI REGULARLY WlTg rosairrmausrof - -' Over 1,000,000 Patients. Entry trarchaaar of a Dolus Boms of tha ARCTIC INIMENt neciTaa, at Dr. Bragg't axpanaa, tha UNITE Ha haa arraagad for B1 Sold by lleninor & Melvin, Steubenville. feb. 17 2m STATES JOURNAL tor ooa rear. department In each liana of aaid papar throogh which to aornmnnkaU with his natrons, said danartmant to ha da- voted to-enairera to aorresMmdrate. earefully-prepaTad pnaerlptlona, and other valuable item) ot Information which hla loof axparianea and tha peculiar eaaaa from hi nrne praaratea to Bit attention uiau aogKen. "a JOURNAL ii pnbliahad In New York, and la one of tha eMeet and rooat popular Bawapapera In tba country. A artifloato of aubaeriptloa BoeompanlM eaoh bottla, .; la AGENT WANTED ta ITERY TOWN and VILLAGE. BRAGG & BtmilOWKS, St. LorUa, Mo. t Niw Tou Omca, No. 71 BROADWAT. OommucloatloBj ahould alwiri b addraaMd to St, Lonii. ForuUbyaU raptttaU DrvggitU end Dtdttru Hening & Melvinj. egenti for Steuben villa. no? ,4,ly A Card to the Ladies. Dr. Dupon co s uolden female fills are iniaiiiDie in removing stoppages or irregularities of the men8us these puis are nothing new, but have been used by the Doctor for many years, both in France and America, with nparalleled success in every case, ana ne 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 not permit an increase of family. Pregnant females or those 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. l rice one dollar; sold wholesale by M. L. MIL- LEU, Third streo steubenvile . General Agent for Jefferson Co. U. All orders must be addressed to the above General agent who will supply the rade at proprietor a prices and send tne Pills confidentially to Ladies by mail on receiving $1 through the post-office. H.O. Dr. Duponco's Uolden nils, Sig nature J. Dcponco on every box none other genuine. For particulars get Cir- cuar of Agents- aug.utf CLAUSE'S FEMALE FILLS. THEGREAT ENGLISH REMEDY PREPARED FROM A PRESCRIPTION OF SIR J. CLARKE, M. D., PHYSICIAN EX TRA0RDINARY TO THE QUEEN. THIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in fliA ftnra nf all lYinaa nainfnl anil rian- p-erous disorders to which the female consti- D . J . I, I Ulion is sunjec. it mouerai.es an wceaa auu emoves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. " . avt, m a ae-.t-MVV a WWMM 1 U UAKKlJiLl IjALIICiS t is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring on the monthly period with regularity JSacn bottle, price one dollar, Dears tne uov eminent Stamp of Great Britian, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. These Pills should not be taken by females that are pregnant, during the first three months as tbey are sure to bring on miscarriage ; out at every other lime and in every other case tbey re perfectly safe. Sole Agents for this country, JOB MOSES, late I. 0. Baldwin, Rochester, N.Y. N. B. $1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any authorised agent, will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. 1 For sale wholesale and retail by Hening A Melvin, Steubenville, O., and by Druggists genelaly. declO IX LEY GOODS. I ALLEN has just received a large and .fashionable stock ot ladies' and gents' Winter Dress Goods, also, a general as sortment of Dry Goods. Persons on tho lookout for bargains are invited to call and Judge lor themselves. Store, corner of 3d and Market streets, Steubenville. oct81'57 SHERIFF'S SALE. Simeon Jennings, vs. Jacob Adams. r Y VIRTUE of a writ, vendi Exponas issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Jefferson county. State of Ohio, bearing date March 11, A. D. 1858, and to me directed, 1 will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House, in the city of Steuben ville, on , SATURDAY, xhe 1th day of April 1858. at 1 o'clock P. M., of said day, the fol lowing real estate situate in Jefferson county and State of Ohio, to wit: the N. E. quarter of section No. 27 in Town ship 12 and Range 3. Also a part of the north west quarter of section io. 27 Township 12 and Range .3, bounded and described as follows, to wit: beginning at the centre post of the section, thence running west with the division line of the section nine chains and ninety-three links to a post thence south forty chains and twenty-seven links to a post in the north boundary of the section., thenco east nine chains and ninety-four links to a quarter post, thence south forty chains and twenty-seven links to the place of begin ning containing forty acres more or less. Terms of sale cash. JAMES H. BLINN. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, ) Fee 7,50. Steubenville, March 17, 58-ts J ' TRAVELERS' HOTEL WILLIAM B. ROWLAND, 1170ULD inform his friends and the pub V T lio, that he has recently removed from his former location to tne Old Armstrong Stand,' on Witer et Where be is prepared to accommodate his patrons, not only witn coruiortaoie lioaginga but also good stabling, and an extensive Wa gon Yard. A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. march IU aa-iy. CONNECTIONS WESTWARD. ' Trains connect at Newark, with the San dusky, Mansfield fc Newark R. R. for Mt. Vernon, Mansfield, Sandusky, Toledo, Ohica go, Burlington, Iowa City and the North West. . At Columbus, with the Columbus, Piqua A Indiana it. U. lor riqua, Urbana, Troy, elle fontaine, Forrest, Ac. and the Cleveland A Columbus R, R. for Delaware, Galion and Crestline. ' andXenia, with the Dayton, Xenia k Belpre, At Indiana Central R. R.'s for Springfield, Dayton, Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terre Haute and St. Louis. AtMerrow, wuh the Cincinnati, Wilmington and Zanesville R. B. for Washington, Circle1 ville and Lancaster. At Loveland, with roads to Hillsboro', Hamdeo and Portsmouth; and AtOincinnati, with the Ohio c Mississippi broad guage Railroad for Madison, Louisville, New Albany, Evansville, Vincenn'es, Cairo, Central Illinois, St. Louis, Jefferson City, Kansas, Nebraska, and all points on thallU' nois, Missouri and Mississippi turns. EASTWARD. Trains connect at Steubenville, with the Cleveland A Pittsburgh R. R. for Wheeling. Cleveland, Pittsburgh and intermediate points; and at Pittsburgh, with the Pennsylvania Railroad for Harrisburg, Lancaster, Philadel phia, Baltimore, New York, and the Northern ana eastern cities. O Baggage checked through. Tare as low as by aay Othsr Rett t STFor Tiekets and further information pleiwe apply at the Depot, Washington street, to a. a. raasa, Agent. W. W. BAULKY, Superintendent. Lafayette Devennt, General Freight Agent. r Ira A. Hutchison, General Ticket Agent. rjan20 1853.1 ,ta.ai (FjiEXaK naaaaaia M rary aooa irarm r ini w UJ bla doaa of tha Inuipii iKar, which earrasM all aaUlit rmd utinMi 0 tha itonuAk L. FaraaanM-loadadafcnaaah tt haa aa eqnal,as ksWraUaraa all oppraaalra er aaaaay fcallac aflar aattof lM. V- . fWMn mimMrtwxm mail,, mil wfc la ua niaaaai wnaa. , , . , " - MaaaltapaaklataaiiiBaaiwnDa., . ; - - r a Dr. aurtoaD'a Tjrnooaitoa eama to ai twemmaaft k-Ja4aaaaara for Urar CompUinta, and all dUaaa 1 'arhlDC from a MaaaaaA Urar. Thataatlmanlalaora many of our Phvudioi la lta raw, Indaaad aa M try it - india la mtUId that It la ona af tka r)fraaiaat blaaataga araa atraa ta Draaaptiea, for M mada a aonplata aura bafora tha Srat bottla waa taka aod aow wa aaa aakaayUiiDt tdlbia vitaoot troaMr, awnua aapww bvusio, vu. wm ,ipuw wvwu w mt, and aftaa that gara yala. Mav what wa waa to aay to aU oar raadara la, U lirar Oomplaiat or Dy Kpapab troabla yao, da not Ml to try Una tba fiaaaaaf raoiady ia tba worlL JUaW Ant. OTbara aaa narar aaan viae ia aar nuauy a raaaairy wbieh haa mat with aooh aabaaiidad aveotaa ia tlx aora of dlaaaaaa Unldent to ahUdrao, aa Dr. Runout f langoBAToa; Borlaltakna br ottaaaaa of ahUdraa iibthatwaatalt: faritaeta aa a Ca'tharUa aa mUdr pthoroaahly'that wa think wa ara doiafl a aarrloa ta rHall In ad riling thaca whaa thay aaad aaadlaiaa to try una ramaay. mrw imi hi ww mTovi na tie whara (raat baaatt haa baaa raoalrad la dlaaaaaa of tha Itoxr. 8tomach aad Bowala, whara a otlur ramadiM failad to fira Fall, tt baa baoomaae oaafol Ut our family that wa will not he vtthoat ULaw Safe and Profitable Investments. milE nnderaiirned offer for sale Bonds i- nf Cross. Creek and Steubenville and of other townships in Harrison, Tuscarawas and Uoshocton counties. These bonds are redeemable in about 5 years aed bear interest at the rate or 7 per cent payable semi-annaally. AS sate and prontaoie investments, tnese securities offer great inducements to persons having money to dispose of. mar iu, oB-3m MiLLh.it & sucitKattu. lAVfORD CO., Proprlatora, sit Broadway, n Msf 3TNAMES OF AGENTS.J M. L. MILLER, . - iOINT FOR ITIUBIIVItll, Johm D. Par, Cincinnati, and ... Gso. H. Keyser, Pittsburg, WhoIeuW Agents. . , may 13 57-ly-ohjiy. HOWARD A8 80CIATIOH PHIADELPHIA, A Benevolentlnstitution, established by spa- cial endowment for the renet or the sic and distressed, afflicted with Viru lent and Epidemio diseaaes. TO ALL PERSONS afflicted with Sei nnl n; aar.a sua curri AnArmntnrrhntfi. 8n Hl ilDVUOVa UXMISmm, mmmw m inal Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhaa, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, oi Self Abuse, &c.,&c. The Howard Association, in view or tne Dissolution of Partnership. oticb is hereby given that tno nrm ot awful destruction of bumait lite, caused tr Sexual diseases, end the deceptions prac tised upon the unfortunate victim of such diseases by Quacks, several yean ago di rected their Consulting Surgeon, as a Char itable Act worthy of their name, to open a Diaoensarv for the treatment ot this class ....... , . . of diseases, in all their lorms, ana to give Shane, Crawford A Co., waa dissolved nn the 1st dav of February. 1858. bv mutual consent. All persons indebted, will please call and settle. The business will hereafter be carried on by George Magee and Henry Crawford, under the style of Magee A Uraw ford. Mcuoj'a station, March s, it p. SHERIFF'S SALE. Philip Jolley, et al. vs. i On Partition. Capitalists Attend! TOJPNSIIIP BONDS FOR SALE. THE bonds of Steubenville and Cross Creek townships in Jefferson county also several townships in Harrison, Tuscar awas, and Coshocton counties, in amounts to suit purchasers. Terms made known by ap- iication to J amiss MiiLVlN.Ueneral agent, araet street, Dteubenvilie, U. an 13,'58-tl OYSTER DEPOT. CA. BOWERS, would respectfully in form the publio that he has removed from the Norton House, ana is now located on north 3d Street, in the house lately occupied Dy u. Turner, tie Eepps constantly on nauu for sale Oysters, Sardines, and Refreshments of various kinds. Also Toys and Cigars. All to be had at rates as low as tbe sime arti cles can be purchased in the city. march 10'03-ly. CARPETS 1 CARPETS! 1 Having bought the most of our stock at a large ...I.! 1. Ml -.tit ha -.hla all - the house known ni the "Armstrong' iowe.vpriceB than wo have ever dbne be Stand," where be will be found, ready fore j .also a large stock o( Blankets, Rugs, arid willing to wait on all who may give an furnishing goods of every kind, and v n . V.- v:-. . i wycheapat ; ; DooaHianf. is Bao. . Spectaclei. HAVING obtained the right for tbe sale of Schneitraan'e double vision specta scle, for seeing near and distant objects through the same glass. I ara prepared to furnish my customers and all others, with the beat glasses in use. Double Focus, scotch and brazilian peh le, periscopic, pulpit, riding, near eight, cataract, and common glasses in all kinds of frames, and inserted to order, oct 88 . QAM'L JACKSON. Alexander Jenkins, et al 1)Y VIRTUE of an order of sale, in this 33 cause issued out of the Court of Com mou Pleas of JeOerson county, and State of Ohio, bearing date March 11, 1858, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House, in the city of Steu benville, on SATURDAY, the Uth day of April 1858, at 1 o'clock P. M., of said day, free of Dower, the following lands and tenements to wit : the west half of the south west quarter of section numbered sixteen, in Township number eleven, and range four, of lands subject to sale atSteubenvillv, and situate in Jefferson county, and State of Ohio, containing eighty acres more or less. Terms, one third Cash on the day of sale, one third in twelve months, the bal ance in two yeajs, with interest from the day of sale, tbe deferred payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises. JAMES H. BLINN, Sl.'ff. Sheriff's Office, ? Fee 7,50 Steubenville, March 17S8-U5 SHERIFF'S SALE. James McCandless in Co., vs. Samuel Lindsey,et al. BY VIRTUE of an order of ssle, in this cause issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Jefferson county, State of Ohio, bearing date Fedruary 23, A. D. 1858, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House, in the city of Steubenville, on SATURDAY, the nth, day of April 1858, at 1 o'clock P. M.. of said day, the follow In ir real estate situate in Jefferson county State of Ohio, and described as follows, to wit i Lots thirty-two. thirty-four, thirty-six and thirty-eight each containing sixty feet front, and one hundred and thirty-two feet back from the street, in the town of Springfield. - - JAMES H. BLINN. Sheriff Sheriff's office - ) Fee 8,63. Steubenville, March 17, '58-ts. VARNISHES, Coach Copal, Japan, &c. just received and for sale by dscS . Uauca Maxvw The Casket of Diamonds, A weekly Journal containing 32 columns of choice reading matter ot a character caicuia- tail tn instruct., nmuflfl and interest the gene . . - ral reader, will be commenced on the f irst Saturday in March. 1858. Only One Dollar per annum in Advance THE CASKET Ut' DIAMUWUS Will be the cheanest. best and most entertain ing Weekly paper ever published in New York. Diamonds 1 Diamonds I ! Diamonds 1 ! ! 20,000 worth of pure California Diamonds, set in every conceivable style or elegant uoiu Jewelry, to be presented to the subscribers of the Uasaetot uiamonas. mere are no guts worth less than 25 cents, from that up to 1300. GIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS!!! Evxav SuBscaiBEa will receive a beautiful gift in Gold or Diamond Jewelry immediately en receipt of his or her name, accompanied by tbe amount or suDscripuon money THE SURSCRIBERS' NAMES As fast as received will be placed in regular rotation on our Book, opposite designating Nos. and the eift containing a cerrespondinsr number, will be sent immediately, post paid to the subscriber. LADIES ! LADIES ! ! LADIES ! ! ! You can get a large number of subscribers for the Casket of Diamonds by a little extra exertion, and for every 10 subscribers' names von forward to us. accompanied by the money. TV. . ' .-..., J!. J - we will sena you a cc?uiuui aiawunu gut. We make the same oner to gentlemen. Please bear in mind tbe lact that every sub acriber to -he Casket of Diamonds will receive a beautiful gift immediately on receipt of his or her name accompanied Dy me a iDscnption mnnov. . , i : .T. ,t.A a-. fsranna wiamnff io comuisiius wnu ui ui No, should send in immediately, as the gift they will receive will encourage them to speak to others of their success, and thereby mate rially assist in increasing our subscription list In Mirnnanrj wiin nrsL no. Amonfl- the interesting features oi our paper ill ha a Love correspondence of the most thrilling aifd exciting character, which took nlara in Paris, in lb5 . betwixt an Rneliah gentleman and a Freuch Lady the tyrannical opposition of the Lady's Father to the union of his daughter with the English uenileman is Haacrituxl in tha most vivid and interesting manner, as well aa the auccessful plots of the young lady to elude the vigilance ana cruelty nf har hatlaa father. Thcaa lnttara are deenlv intetesting, and of nnrn hiirti tnnen character. ETEach aubscribermust send 3 cent postage stamps for return postage on gut. Aaaress, NELSON. HICKS & CO., Vmnriatnra of tha Gasket of Diamonds. r 75 Nassau Street, N.Y, Feb.l7-3m ' . ' ' DISSOLUTION. TIIE partnershig heretofore existing be tween James Sterling and Geo. Kells in tbe Dry fjoods and Grocery business wss dissolved by mutual consent, on the 17th ult. dec 2,'a7 STKUI4HU K.LLS a 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 share a liberal portion of patronage. deC a d Am&O SliUMjlMl. School Examiners' Notice to Teachers. EXAMINATIONS will be held as fol lows: In Steubenville, on Saturday Jnauary tne 9th; 158. In Richmond Friday March oth, loos, Smithfield Saturday " 6th, " " Steubenville Saturday April I7th' " Richmond Friday May 28th, " " Smithfield Saturday May 29th " Beginning in each case promptly at 9 o'clock, A. U. By Order of the Board, JACOB N. DESELLEM. Steubenville, December 18,'57. td Clerk riERFUMERY. New and handsome statvles. of the various kinds of perfume. rva tely received, and lor sale, st tha Drug .mpOriUul UI wi J u.nmu u ui,vin nR. S. ROTHACKER, Richmond Vjafferson County OHl Medical Advice Gratis.to all who apply by letters, with a description of their condi tion, (age, ocpupation, habits of life, &c.,) and in cases of extreme poverty, to Fur nish Medicines Free of Charge. It U needless to add that the Association com mands the highest Medical skill of the age, and will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors,, on a view of the past, feel assured that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort, have been of great ben efit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote themsel ves, with renewed zeal, to thia 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 by mail, (in a sealed letter envelope,) Free of Charge, on re ceipt of two stamps for postage. Address, for report or treatment, Dr. George R. Calhoun, Consulting surgeon, Howard Association, No 2 south Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order ot the uireciors. George Fairchild, secretary, oet.7. EiraD Heartwell, President. WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP. . PHE undersigned would respectfully in form the public that they stillcarry on their business at the stand formerly occupied by H M.Brister. South 3d St, between .Adams and Market Streets. From their knowledge of the business, they hope to be able to give satisfac tion to their patrons. A liberal share of custom ia respectfully so icited. John KindklL, march 3.'58 3m A.J. Evlds DELAY SOT. Ye who Consider a Fine Head of Hair NATURE'S GREATEST OKNA ment, but ere it is too late use SANDER'S SCALP TONIC. which restores the healthy condition of the scalp, causes hair to grow on the bald, aad checks any tendency towards , ita falling oqt and becoming thin. , 1 ID For sale at the principal druggists, and and bv the Proprietor. Sixth Street, two doora below Smithfield ; or at .the Mansion House, Liberty Street, Pittsbarg. . teb.B.. CITY TOBACCO ASD CIGAR STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I GEORGE HANTCH, manufacturer and dealer in havana, yara, principe, german. half Spanish and common cigars, itougn at neaay ElDorado diadem, twist, oronoct, virginius, black fat cavendinh, alma, yanke doodle.sweet Orange, and congress fives ; John Anderson b Uo. solace and a. uooawin x arotners, celebrated, fine cut chewing Tobacco, also a superior article bt smoking tobacco, pipes. snuff and tobacco boxes, cigar casea, cigar tubes, Ac. Ac. . Market street, below 3d, and near the Post Office, Steubenville, Ohio. anH. B. An extra article of common cigars on hp at 40 eta. per hundred. sep,W;-iy, NEW GROCERY STORE. THE UNDERSIGNED would respect A fully inform the citisens of Steubenville and surrounding country, that ha has opened a on the corner of 4th and Adams streets. It is his intention to keep a constant and general assortment of all such articles as art usually Kept in grocery stores, i ne ntgnest market price will be paid for produce. He hopes by strict attention to business, and by selling low, to be favored with a liberal share or public patronage. april 8,57 ; MATTHEW V70BSTELL. H0LL0WAY&CO MAS JUST RECEIVED 200 BU Pome- U roy Salt. KMJ ' 50 " s 100 " April 8. N. O. Molasses,' Golden Syrup,' ' , Utica Lime, ' ' 1 r C. T. HOLLO WAI, SHAWLS As CLOAKS Of every kind and quality, very cheap atT cot 21-tf . Done Mart dc Bao, HENING & KELVIN, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS Three doors below Jefferson Branch Bank; STIUBKHVILIB. THE subscriber have now in store a fin stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Painti, oik. Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery and Daguer reotype material, which they are prepared to sell at the lowest market rates. ' ' Country merchants are requested to exsmiaf our stock and prices, before parchaaing else where. N. B. Beeswax and Ginseng purchas ed by the subscribers. HENINQ MELVIN, dec 2 ' ' ' Homoeopathy the only Reliable Alt of Healing. ' V' DOCTOR H. L. SOOK, ' II O M O E O P A T II I S T . Office, corner of Market and 5th ttrttti. STEUBENYIL1I, O. Regular office hours from 9 to 10 a. ra. and fromltoap.m. Jaag-tK' How to save Honey. V,. TVERY Gentleman or Lady who re--B-J quires Medical Aid, will save money and time by consulting Da. Sua, 1st, because bis Remedies are, many of them, new sec ondly bvcauss he guarantees to give every ona an equivalent for their money. .Disease of ev ery description treated without the use of Meroury or other poisonous mineral. ; t r, T- " f 1 a . a. maeaaea ih fauiaies, nwrt ftawimr lar attention.1 i. . Consultation at the office free: by letter, one dollar. Medicine put up and sent to ana post office address. Office south 4th, street, over McOonville'a Variety stora. , s' deo 16'57-t. -' PR- SI-". B. F. PAYNE.U. D. ICtKOTIO PHVSICU AND fOHalOM. OFFICE on South Fourth etreet, Steubenville, Ohio. 1 ' ' V, ' Dr. Payne will continue es heretofore to give special attention to the treatment of chronio diseases of ths lungs, stomach, liver, Ao. and all diseases peculiar tofuiaaJs. ' aua.7. ' ,. .,'..J.',.-:i'-v.vrt .. ) A .' ;'