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tHR AMERICAN COtNClL OP THE fclTT OF V J' BtenienVflidi'OMo.'1 1 " ' Wg, whoae'riameg are hereunto subscribed, do hereby adopt, ami agree to be governed in our political action, by the following princi-plesji-r; ,i ,. .', v. illsU None but Americans td rule America; i d. The Union must be preserved. .: ti. No Foreign interference in' American 4th. 2fo union of: Church and State, i 1 5th; InVlolabjlity of National Treaties. ; , 6th. Personal morality indispensable, to office !;,' ''.m,;:;.1! ?':','.'! '.; 7th. An open Bible, without note or com ment, in all our Public SchooU. ; 8th. Thorough reform of the Naturalization taW,., .i'.'i !,, u', '-!. -.-..i - 9th. A capitation tax that will ezcluue foreign paupers and convicts. V . ' 10th. No , appointment of foreigners on diplomatic posts, .,.: . s . , . 11th. Strict economy in the administration of Uie Governments t i; .-; 12th'. No Interference with the right of citi nenship already acquired by ..foreigners, and the protection of law to ' all, who immigrate from love of - liberty, but uncompromising opposition 'to Political Catholicism, whether u the person of an American demagogue, or foreign Ecclesiastical, Despot. , . : . HOME MATTERS. 1 PEOCLAMAUION. 7 Mayor's Office, City of Steubenville, - . , ;! .;.,( ! , March 20t 1858. f! The qualified Electors ol the City of Dieuoenvuie, are. nereoy nouneu, tnai an Iqctioa far icity. officers will be held in aid city on . i ' . ' ' ' Monday the 6th day.ofAprU,A.D.ms. being the first Monday of April next, at the following places in said city, to wit : First Ward At the house of the Round : Corner. T " ' ', " Second VVard At the Norton House. Third Ward At the Franklin House. Foutth' Ward At the house of James Griffith. ' Iind then, and there proceed by ballot to eieci . . " One person to serve as City. Marshall ' One person to aerve" as Trustee ofW tar Worksir'u i v:.-;:-i ''. i' :i One ''person ' to ; serve as Trustee for City Council for the First Ward. ! ' Oh6 person to .ery e as ' Trustee for .City Council for the Second Ward, i One person to serve as Trustee for City Council for the Third Ward.' One person to serve as Trustee for City Council for the Fourth Ward. Ml. S. TRAINER, laijOT of the: City if Steubenville It will be "seen, by the telegraph we publish, from -Washington, that, Mr, Crittenden ' of the U. : S. Senate, takes strong gtound ' against Lecornplon. He is a thorough American, and it is ex peeled that the entire American delegation in both bouses will be with him. If so Lecompton is defuncf." ;;,13rFor ..tbe special advantage of a! concerned, .we give general notice, that Benjamin Pikrck, keeps constantly on hand, and for sale, Flour of the very best quality, Cincinnati brand, at wholesal and retail. ' We have tried it and there fore speak advisedly. North 3d Street Steubenville, , ' ' jarz.uuu each trees, two years old this springfor sale at the upper end of third 'street, Steubenville, Ohio, by 'i inarch 17,' K. C. Peters ...died. On Saturday the 20tli inst., John WoornrjF, of Knoxville, in this county His disease was pulmonary Consumption Mr Woodruff- was an excellent citizen and a true friend. He leaves a wife and several children to mourn their bereave inent, in the loss of an affectionate hus land and father, and community a valua ble citizen. "' ',' ' JITS! FITS!! PITS III !, ' HANOt'S VKOETABLK EXTRACT ' . EPILEPTIC, PILLS. For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and all nervous ant; uonsututionai diseases. PERSONS who ere laboring under th idistressintf malady will find HANOE VEGETABLE EPILEPTIC PILLS to be the only remedy eve discovered for curing Ep iflpsyoriraiiingi!iis;.i , 1;, . : These pills possess a specific action on the .nervous system : and. although thev are ore fared speciaUjr for curing fits, they will be iound of especial benefit (or all persons afflict ,ed with weaknerves', or WhOse'hetvoSs system has been .prostrated, or' shattered from any ,canse wiatevet? Itl. chronic complaints, or .diseases of loug standing; superinduced by juervop&ness, thej are exceedinirly benefloial.. '; Price three dollars per box, or two boxes for five dollars.' Persons put of the'eity enclosing a Ifemittaricej frllj jh,aye the pills sent 'to them,1 tlrpogh , the jmail, fm of postage. For sale by ETH.8.'JEIAirOE, No. 108 Baltmob 8tbk,xt, Baltimore, Md., to whom orders from all parts of the pnion must be addressed, post Paid- ,v .,,( mayl3'57-ly.. Spectacles.' " ' ; HAVINQ'ob.tained the right for the sale of SchneUman's double vision specta cle, for seeing near and distant objects through the same glass. I am prepared to furnish my customers and all others,' with the best 'glasses in, use. "''- "; ' Double Focdsys'pOtch and brazijian peb le, perisCjOpic, : pulpij, riding,' near sight, cataract, and common glasses; In all kinds of fra.ries, find inserted to order.! . l oct 28 v: GAM'L JACKSON; ' ,' ) I l i I. M . . School Examiaert Notice to Tea chers - EXAMINATIONS' will be ' held as fol f lows; In' r Steubenville, oh Saturday Jnauary the 9th l858i Vr . . t In Richmond Friday March' 8th, 1838,' " Smithfleld Saturday ' ;" 6th " Steubenville Saturday1' April I7th ' " Richmond Friday May 28th, ; . , Smithfield Saturday May 29th " " B eginning jn each case, promptly at ft p'olock, 'fyfti&foith Boara7'v;i JACOB N. DESELLEM. Stwibenviile, December 1057. td 'Clerk ' ..'." . ..iv,:)!'. lin'.j.niti-l. '. T'" :L'. n.-.r. ;U . I T'Ji Eeceiptg and Expenditure! of the City of Steubermue, for tne year ending March 1st, 1853. 'J .r: Qbo. B. Filsok. Treasurer ., . " In account with the yity of Steubenville : Da. March 16, To bal. In Treaa. on setlm't 2321 83 " Am t recti on act of wharves ,-' from A.Doyle.. ,.,..87 90 : " ' R.M'cKinney 50 00 1 " Market House. 15 00 . .:, Delinquent water rent. 140 50 2,615 23 iR57. . By cash paid on city orders, yi ; Halnry or water works trustees ' 1856, paid after annual state- ' ' " ' ment 150 00" Water woi Its expensos 1415 72.1565 63 Oen'l and incidental expenses....' 507 91 City Police ..... i ..................... .256 80 fuolio Lamps , ....171 SO Fire department. '.30 10 H ay Scales. . t 7 74 Streets and Alleys 53 36 mantel House 'i (u SC15 23 Citt Consoit ... In account with the Citv of Steubenville. Da. fo cash received from coun- ' ' far treasurer, as folldwsf : ' 1 ' ' For Police, general and inci- aentai expenses.......... $Z4t7 b-i .. Water works bonds ; . . .3279 52 Rail road interest 10100 82 Hose.... ...UG9 95 Delinquent Street tax. ....... .23 71.17041 63 To cash received for license. . .521 43 ' Fines 76 50 : - Wharfage738 73 Stall rent 188 00 " " Hay Scalesl05 24.1629 90 Proceeds of bond in IT. Sav. Inst 485 00 19156 52 March 18, To balance.. .'. 506 83 By cash paid on city orders as follows: For salaries of City officers. $1019 25 ' ., Gen'l and incidental etpen- ' : ces oja io Police.. ..........513 60 Streets and Alleys .310 65 uity Lamps dv Market House and Hav Scales, lu Tire deoartment 1308 31 interest 4w,v ui.aouo w By cash paid for R. R. Interest as follows Bond issued June la, load, dueJan.I ISoO.... 350U UO : Bond issued June 1857, due ' '' Jan.l 15S.... 3500 UU Interest on the above bonds. .500 00 Interest and exchange on ci- ly Donds, due Jan. 1, iao. .3b4U uu.uu uu Water works bond given to Mean 8 t Brothers due Fob . i 1,1858 1832 53 City Bond to Bollman and . Harrison, Feb. 12 1858... 1U70 75 Balance 506 84 19156 52 JOSEPH MEANS, Atskst: President of Citv Council liio. r ickl8, uiiy UlerK. ANSUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTKBB OB WATER WORKS, FOR THE CITT OF STEUBENVILLE MARCH 8, 1858. To the Hon. President and members of the City Council KKUU1PTS. Revenue from water rents for the past year. - 5819 83 Delinq'ts for the year 1857, 443 35 ' Amount received for old pipe from Means & Brothers, -162 68 . 78 lbs lead sold to Means do ' Brothers. 6 63 Gas stock transferred, to Means ds ,' Brothers, 1280 00 Old pipe sold, 9 50 7720 97 Amount drawn from City Treas'r 1415 72 1 " " 9130 67 EXPENSES. Engineer salary, . 1000 00 Interest and exchange on permanent loan, 2142 16 Paid for 41579 of coal, 1761 34" Gts stock transfered by G. W. M'Cook to Means & Brothers, 1280 00 Cash paid Means & Bro's for castings, 190 00 Old pipe got by Means & Brothers and others, 172 16 78 lbs lead got by Means & "Brothers, 6 63 Amount paid over to City Treasurer,- 1 140 50 Contingent expenses, ' 2619 79 1 ' Salary of Trustees' 150 00 Expenses of collection, 175 00 . ; ... 9637 58 There was paid out of the contingent expenses for re pairing the engine and new timbers put in in July.1055 53 The above Report, shows a deficiency for the fiscal year, the Trustees Wculd re spectfully request, that your Hon. Body devise some means for the payment of the same, also to pay contingent expenses for two months say about five hundred dol lars all of which is respectfully submit ted. LEWIS ANDERSON, D. CABLE, II. G. GARRETT, . ' 1 " ' " ' . . Truscees. OFFICERS APPOINTED BT THE CITY COUNCIL . ; MARCH 8,. 1858:. Clerk of the Market Richard Owens; Weigh Master Rezin Permar; Flour Inspector John Eberlein i Street Commissioner Wm. M'Oonnell ; 1 Watchmen David Gilmore J. Campbell ; Wharf Masters Market street A Doyle; , " Washington R.M'Kinnney ; Board measurers R.M'KenneyisJ. Shouse Clock Winder A. J. Carroll ; : Fire - Directors H. G. Garrett,- John M'Cracken. John H. Lindas v : - Hookmen 1st ward, Joseph Blackburn, .Samuel Salmon :' 2nd ward. Samuel McMillen. E. G. M'Feely; 3rd ward, John ; O'Neal, Jas .8. A bra hame ; 4th ward, Geo. B. Filson, John Scott ; Line Men Henry Bristor, Daniel Black, 1 Kuel Powell; ' ' ' v Fin Wardens 1st wardi Frsderick Fry : 2nd, ' John Armstrong; 3d, " Jacob Walker; : 4th, Tho's Wilkin ;, Board of Health John M'Cook, M. D., 1 1.,'.;. . , Wm. Hamilton,. ' : '' j, , Thos. Johnston, . . Ut.-:v -. i Wm. Stanton, . " ; ( i iu , . Joseph Mitchell,; - I ip; Becond'ArTivaL';, A J' f'-te QQ't Have just received x their second general stock of- fancy and staple: drf goods, comprising all the new and desirable styles of Ladies' Dress Goods also a complete stock of House keeping and domestic goods, to which they respectfully Invite the attention, of. their friend's and t luiblic.': .... .... , oct 28 - r MEAT 8T0RE. pHARLES BONNER & CO., Market Street, two doors above the Jefferson Branch Bank, Steubenville Ohio. Every va riety of choice meals, Beef, Pork, Sausage, Ac . Ac Wholesale and Retail at the lowest cash prices, and in large or small quantities. vnoT4,'87-tf ', -.."s ' -. STEITBE57ILLE SEIAIX XASXZI. Trcb American Ornci,? : Steubenville. March 24. Flour.extra.lbbl... $5.00 do Superfine. W1 ...4.50 Butter, good table, f 20c Cheese, new milk.M B 12c Eees. dot....... 10 3eef, by the Quarter, $5,(07,00 fresb, ecgia corned " " dried " " e9o ...... loo 78c 10c 101 .... . -a ....... 16c .....1012c 67c ...... 58c 5075c ...1212c ,;...l518c ....$22,50 salted, y Tb n r " naras. ft jd " sugar cured Shoulders and Sides Veal.f ft.. Mutton "P ft Lamb J8 quarter,, Lurd lb. ...... ........ Chickens, each,..."....... Wood, per cord,.,. 0A0CKBIE8. Sugar, ferown, ft.. ....... 10c 15c 18c ........ 14c " crushed. V lb..; , Coffee, oldjava, )....!... " Bio, . ... lea, young hyson, ft , 50ca81 oiacK, oolong ...... 5075c Balm for Every Wound." THE ARCTIC LJMMEST vm produced bj Dr. BRAGG at the requeit of Dr. Esnt, wlieo about to proceed to the ARCTIC REGIONS, and was used by him during that '5 perilous yoyage. Thus wa gives I to the world tliii wonderful . , HEALING REMEDT, S- which has made THE AFFLICTED REJOICE. HUNDREDS and THOUSANDS have tested , JTS VIRTUES, and are rejoicing In freedom from long lingering PAIN AND DISEASE, which other remedlea had failed to cure. Havo you the BRONCHITIS, NEURALGIA, Rheumatism, Scrofula ? Haye you the . , EAR-ACHE OR T00TH-ACHET . Are you afflicted with Old. SoroB, suffering from BRUISES, SPRAINS, CORNS, SORE EYES, FILES? : TBI Arotlo Liniment will afford you tnatant relief. Everybody U liable to AMU mM3W And In fear of then dread. ful accidents the ARCTIC LINIMENT hould be Kept on hand, for It affords aura and IMMEDIATE BELIEF, often saving from death, is the ;. . MOTHERS' COMPANION. A it'ccrb '. '. CAKES IN THE BREAST, SORE NIPPLES, Sore lips, Pimples, &., ic. ' It Is excellent for the Hair, 3 giving it 4 HIALTHT, OIOS8T ArruKucc. It is GOOD FOR MAN AITS BEAST. Itiaa sovereign remedy for Diseases of Horses, cnuxo BRUISES, SPRAIKS, . Stringhalt, Wounds, Spevin, SCEATCUES, Swskkt, Bio-ntAD, Rno-BOin, ' Pou-Evn, &e. , : ; 1111111 nmiuuiivumuiiit 111 DR. BE AGO TO COMMUNICATE REGULARLY WIT ' HIS ISTIKI UST Of Over 1,000,000 Patients. T-rcrf mirdmser of a TJoiua Bonui of the ARCTIC LINIMENT receive, at Dr. Bragg' expense, the UNITED STATES JOURNAL for one vesr. He him arranged for a department in each issue of said paper through which to communicate with his patrons, said department to be de voted to answers to correspondents, carefully-prepared prescriptions, and other valuable items of Information which his long experience and the peculiar cases from time to time presented to his attention shall suggest. The JOURNAL Is published In New York, and Is one of the oldest and most popular newspapers in the country. A certificate of subscription accompanies each bottle. An AGENT WANTED In EVERY TOWN and VILLAGE. BRAGG Si DCRROWKS, St. Loots, Bio. Niw York Oma, No. 371 BROADWAY. Communications should alwavs be addressed to St. Louis. For tale by all reiyedaWe Druggists and Dealer u "Hening & Melvin, agents for Steuben ville,. ; .. .... no v.4,ly pARPETS! CARPETS!! Having bought the most of our stock at a large auction Bale, 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 . Dougherty & Bao. oci'21-tf '. - Capitalists Attend! TOWNSHIP BONDS FOR SALE. THE bonds of JSteubenville 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 plication to JAMES MELVIN, General agent. Market street, Steubenville, O. an!3,'58tf WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP. IIIE undersigned would respectfully in form the pnblio that they stillcarry on their business at the stand formerly occupied byH H. Brister, South 3d St., between .Adams and Market Streets. ' From tbeir knowledge of the business, they hope to be able to give satisfac tion to their patrons. " ', A liberal share of custom is respectfully so ietted.v v. t ,,.. John KcsdIcli.,-; march 3.'58 3n 1 : 11 t i A.J. Rvi.ps H0LI0WAT & CO UAS JUST RECEIVED 200 JBlla Pome roy Salt. - . , : , ; . .100 ft. N.' O. Molasses, . , ' . . j"," 50 , .Golden Syrup,' " '.',,', 100 "v Utica Lime,- April 8." CT. HOLLO WAY. SHAWLS & CLOAKS Of every kind and quality, very cheap atT ' ,M . 6ct2l-tf ' Dougherty & Bro. HR. S. ROTH ACKER. Richmond a-', 'Jefferson Qounty Ohl mm "A M wMWif,! wraj.nin.nrMv SPECIAL NOTICES- Ohio State and Union Law College. THIS Institution has been removed lo Pluvalan A Dhin DeSTeeg Bl'A leorall MM w wh. ' a 1 -. &"J " ferred. and Students upon graduating, tnav be admitted" to practice. For Circular ad- reus, at uieveiana . m. a. ouihu, dec 2357 j . SecreUry. A Discovert of no little importance was made in the use of Bowman's Vege table Compound for throat and lung diseases. We fully believe it has saved many lives when Physicians and all other remedies Lad failed. Use it and vou will not be disappointed. Sold by ' ' ; , , hening & melvin. are you sick? 'hen you can't be cured too goon. 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 cued by Ayer'g Cathartic Pilla, 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 Pirn pies, 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 neaitny action. Aver g ruis set tnese things right as surely as water quenches fire. They 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 onq great medical wonder of this age, re cognized by all who are acquainted with their Virtues, and many thousands know tuera. Take the Chebet Pectoral Tor a Cough, and the Pills for all derangements requiring a pur gative medicine.: . Prepared by Dr J. C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, llass. Bold by Ilening & Melvin, Steubenville. ftb, 17 2m A Card to the LADHs!--Dr. Dupon co's Golden Female Pills are infallible in removing stoppages or irregularities of the mensus These pills are nothing new, but have seen 9ed 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 or those suffering from any tr regularities whatever, as well as a prevent tative to those ladies whose health will not permit an increaso of family. Pregnant females or those supposing themselves so, 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. frice one dollar; sold wholesale by M. L. MIL- LEU, 1 bird stree steubenvile . General Agent for Jefferson Co. O All orders must be addressed to the above General agent who will supply the rade at proprietor's prices and send the Pills confidentially to Ladies by mail on receiving $1 through the post-othce. N.B. Dr. Duponco's Golden Pills, Sig niature J. Duponco on every box none other genuine. For particulars get Cir cuar of Agents- aug.lStt CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS. THEGREA T ENGLISH REMED PREPARED FROM A PRESCRIPTION OF SIR J. CLARKE, H. D. , PHYSICIAN EX- ' TRAORDINARY TO THE QUEEN. rpHIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all those painful and dan gerous disorders to which the female consti ution is subject. It moderates all excess and emoves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. ' TO MARRIED LADIES t is peculiarly suited. Itwill 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. These Pills should not be taken by females that 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 re perfectly safe. , . Sole Agents for this country, JOB MOSES, late I. O. Baldwin, Rochester, n.t. .;. N. B. $1,00 and 6 postage Bttimps enclosed to any authorized agent, will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. For sale wholesale and retail by Hening & Melvin, Steubenville, O., and by Druggists genelaly. declO IS. CITY TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! GEORGE HANTCH, manufacturer and dederin havana, vara, principe, german. half Spanish and common cigars. KoughA Ready LIDorado diadem, twist, oronocc virginius, black fat cavendixli, alma, yanke doodle.sweet Urange, and congress nves ; John Anderson fc Co. Solace and E. Goodwin & Brothers. celebrated, fine cut chewing Tobacco, also a superior article ot smoking tobacco,, pipes, snutt and tobacco boxes, cigar cases, cigar tuoes. die. dec. Market street, below 3d, and near the Post Office, Steubenville, Ohio. anK. B. An extra article of common cigars on li p at 4U cts. per hundred. sep.ii;-ty 1857. Sprinsr Stock. 1857 07 fir BAGS, OF.COFPEE,.' . "" 200 boxes of Tobacco, assorted . . ' 20 Kegs of Twist, 150 Half Chests Teas, assorted. 140 Boxes Starch. Also Sugars, Molasses, Fish Salt, Spices, Wooden Ware, Oils, Mails, Glass, &c., &c, to which we most respectfully invite the attention of Dealers. ' ma?. 18 C. T. HOLLO WAY & CO. NEW JEWELRY ST0EE T F. McCLINTIG 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 the most reasonable "prices, such as CLOCKS, GOLD 61 SILVER WATCHES. Breastpins, EarDrops,'Fi"nger Rings, Gold Lockets, Vest and Neck Chains, . Ladies' Gold Pencils, Port Monies Looking Glasses, Spectacles, Fancy Soaps, Perfumnry, Violins,Accordeons Tooth and Hair Biushe?, Gold Pens '&c4ie.' " Having had an experience of 10 vears in this branch of business, he hopes to render satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. CTClocks, Watches ana J ewelry, repai red with promptness and care. ,,The patron age of the public is respectfully solicited. CTStore on Market Street, north -side, be tween 4th and 5th, nearly opposite the J,effer son .Branch Bank, Steubenville, Ohio. Hov 11,'57-y A , PRIME lot of Ground Cinnamon tm- Mustardand Ginger, for sale by dee 2 . Henin & Mbivin. VARNISHES, Coach4Copal, Japan, &c just received and for sale by dec? - , .: HsW, if Mttyjn LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SHERIFFS SALE. George D. Bex. vs. Martha Rex et al. . Elisabeth Rex, infant , : 1 , , 1 vs. . George D. Rex, et al. 0'PTmoN. BY Virtue of an Order of Sale in this cause, issued out of the court of Common Pleas of Jefferson county, State of Ohio, bear W date March 3d, 1858, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue and out cry at the front door of the Court House, in the city of Steubenville, on SATURDAY, the 3d day of April; A.D. 1858, ' atl o'clock P. M. of said day, the following lands and 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 number two, saving and excepting from the same the following part of said section, conveyed by said Benjamin Rex, now deceas ed, to Peter Smock, on the 5th day of April, 1828. Bounded and described as follows, to wit : Beginning at the n. e. corner of section No. 31, in township number 7 and range No. 3 and runninor with the north boundary line S 89J dcg. , W . 102 perches to a post north west 01 a ran irom wnicn bm asn iour luuuea m di ameter bears S. 14 deg. East 20 to a beech 6 inches in diameter bears north 14V degrees west 17 links; theace crossing the ruu south 15,Jjj degrees eaH 8 perches to a post 4 links south of a white oak standing in the course, thence south 26 degrees east J7 2-10 perches to a beech standing on a steep bank ; thence south b degrees east lb perches to a post from which a dog wood 5 inches in diameter bears south 64 degrees east 23 links, thence south 35Vi deg. east 20 perches to a post 6 links east of a white oak standing iu .the course, thence south 30 degs. east 23 perch es crossing a run to a post on a bank from which a white oak 14 inches in diameter bears south 7) degrees east 14 links, theuce east 55 perches to a post standing on the east boun dary line of said section, from which a white oak bears south t2 degrees east v links and thence north degree east 98 perches to the beginning, containing 50 acres and three quarters of an acre (501 more or less : also excepting from the said section of land the fol lowing tract conveyed by the said lSeniamin Rex wheu in life, to wit : On the 3d day of October, A. D. 1846, to John Snodgrass, and bounded and described as follows,' beiue a part of the S. W. quarter of Section 31, town ship 7. and range 2, commencing at the south west corner of the 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 4a perches to a post ; thence south '40 degrees west 14 perches to a post near to a dog wood sappling ; thence nortn 15 degrees- west 15-5 perches to a post ; thence north 35 degrees west 16 2 perches to a post in tne section line ; tnetice south iiu-o peich- es to a post, being the place or beginning. containing 29 acres, 3 roods and 4 perches, be the same more or less, subject to the dower of the widow of Benjamin Rex, deceased, hereto- tore assigned therein by the court, the same being the sum of one hundred and sixty dol lars payable annually to said widow. Terms of Sale. One third cash on the day of ale, one third in twelve month, and the balauce In two years from the dav of Sale the deferred payments to bear interest from the day of sale, and to be secured by mort gage ou the premises sold. JAMES 11. ULliMJN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Steubenville,) March 17-ts Dee $U,W. ) SHERIFF'S SALE. Simeon Jennings, vs. Jacob Adams. BY VIRTUE of a writ, vendi Exponas issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Jefferson county. State of Ohio, bearing dato March 11, 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 Steuben ville, on SATURDAY, the 17th 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 JN. b. quarter of section No. 27 in Town ship 12 and Range 3. Also a part of the north west quarter of section No. 27 Township 12 and Range 3, uounaea ana 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 fortv 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 ot begin ning containing forty acres jjiore or less. Terms of sale cash. JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, ) Fee 7,50. Steubenville, March 17, '58-ts J SHERIFF'S SALE. Philip Jolley, et al. J vs. On Partition Alexander Jenkins, et al. ) BY VIRTUE of an order of sale, in this cause issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Jeflerson 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 ot the Court llou6e, in the city of Steu benville, on SATURDAY, the Wth day of April 1800, at 1 0 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 at Steubenville, and situate in Jefferson county, and State of Uhio, 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, the deferred payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises. JAMES H. BLINN, Sh'ff. Sheriff's OlBce, ' ) Fee 7,50 Steubenville, March 17,'58-ta J SHERIFF'S SALE. James McCandless & Co., . . . vs. . Samuel Lindsey, et al. OY VIRTUE of an order of sale, 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 fit Steubenville, on SATURDAY, f he I7th,day of April .. 1858,- - -- ;'w . .. j at 1 o'clock P. M.,! of said day, the folio w ing real estate situate in Jeffersoc county State of Ohio, and described as follows, to wit : , .,- ' j Lots thirty-two,', thirty-four,. thirty-six and thirty-eight j.eacH containing sixty feet front, and, one hundred and thirty-two feet back from the street, in the town of Springfield. . ' " Terms of sale cash. ;' " :; JAMES H. BLINN.' Sheriff Sheriff's office ; ) Fee 5,63. Steubenville, Harch 17, '$8-ta. " ( NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Estate of Mosei Coe, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given, thaVthe sub. scriber has been appointed 'and quali fied as administrator, off the estate of Moses Coe, late of Jefferson county, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate,, are hereby notified to make immediate payment and all naving claims agkinst the same, are requested to present them within the time- limited by law..- -.-?.. - - . ; t MOSES COE, Jr. Administrator of Moses Coe, lec'! March 24, '58 3t. I;; " . ' NOTICE , , Orncc or nnc Board or Education, ( Of the City of Steubenville, March 8, 1858.J jVOTICE is hereby given, that-there will be a meeting of the qualified voters of the city of Steubenville, held in the court house in said city . , . ( On Saturday, the 3d day of April next, to take into cousideratlon the question of pur chasing a site for, and erecting a school bouse in said school district. ' " The enumeration of the votith of said dis trict shows 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 luuu. Uf 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 wants of the schools at twenty thousand dollars. The laws of the State of Ohio authorizes the citv to boirow moncv for this Duroose. 1 In this way the taxation may be extended through several years. . K. BUKHUAKU, JU., ELI T. TAPPAN, march 17-td - WM. W. CABLE. THE NEW HIT AND CAP STORE. 1U58. SPRING STYLES. fl858. ECEivED at GLASSGOWS, di rect from New York and Philadelphia, the latest styles of Head covering. His Soring Stock is extensive, and com plete, and the old cry need not longer be heard " that a heat, fashionable; and tasty hat can not be procured in Steubenville" he having obviated that fault by the introduction of all the various and latest styles of Hats and Caps adopted in the eastern cities. ' He returns thanks to the citizens of Steuben ville. and his patrons in general, and hopes for a continuance of the same. Glass gow being satisfied with small Profits. would say to all desiring a fashionable hat, that the corner of Market and Fourth Streets is the place for them lo wend their way, where Hats and Caps are selling at greatly reduced prices, and where all can obtain full value for the ready cash, Irom UL&Sstf OW march l7-4m Attachment Notice. James Patterson, Plaintiff, vs. Frederick S. Orismer, Defendant. OEFORE John 8. Patterson, a Justice of the Peace, for the township ot Steu benville, Jefferson eounty, Ohio. On the 5th dav of March. A. D. 1858. anirl Justice, Issued an order of attachment, in the aoove action lor the sum of one hundred dot lars, $100.1 Jambs Patterson. Steubenville, O. March, 17-1858.3t CoPartnersip Notice.. THE UNDERSIGNED lias as- sociated with him, in the Fancy Dry Goods business, under the style of GEO. SCOTT St CO., Mr. John H. Hawkins who has had with me, many years' experience in the bu sines and who with me, solicits a continuation of the patronage so liberally extended to these nior partner. GEORGE SCOTT, march 10 3t t TRAVELERS' HOTEL WILLIAM B. ROWLAND, WOULD inform his friends and the pub lie, that he has recently removed frou his former location to the . Old ' Armstrong Stand,' on Water st. Where he is prepared to accommodate his patrons, not only with comfortable Lodgings but also good stabling, and an extensive Wa gon Yard. A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. march 10'58-ly. OYSTER DEPOT. A. BOWERS, would respectfully in f jm the public that he has iemoved from C the Norton House, ana is now located on north 3d Street, in the house lately oocupied by D. Turner. He keeps constantly on hand for sale Oysters, Sardines, and Refreshments of various kinds. Also Tovs and Cigars. All to bo had at rates as low as the stme arti cles can be purchased in the city. maicn lu oo-iy. , The Casket of Diamonds, A weekly Journal containinsr 32 columns of cnoiee reading matter or a character calcula ted to instruct, amuse and interest the gene ral reader, wjll be commenced on the First Saturday in March, 1858. Only One Dollar per annum in Advance THE CASKET OF DIAMONDS Will be the cheapest, best and most entertain mg Weekly paper ever published in New York. . Diamonds ! Diamonds 1 ! Diamonds ! ! 1 $20,000 worth of pure California Diamonds, set in every conceivable style of elegant Gold Jewelry, to be presented to the subscribers of the Casket of Diamonds. There are no gifts worth less than 25 cents, from that up to GIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS! ! 1 Evert Subbcbibei will receive a beautiful gift in Gold or Diamond Jewelry immediately en receipt of his or her name, accompanied by tutj nuiuuub ui Buurscnuiion money THE SURSCRIUERS' NAMES As fast as received will be placed in regular rotation on our Book, opposite designating Nos. and the gift containing a corresponding number, will be sent immediately, post paid LADIES ! LADIES ! ! LADIES ! ! ! You eaa get a large number of subscribers for the Casket of Diamonds by a little extra exertion, ana ior every m suoscriDers' names you forward to us, accompanied by the monev. W Ml J ... . u , :r..i j:.. j J wo win oviiu jfuu a urauiiuui umiuunu gut,- We make the same offer to gentlemen. Please bear in mind the faot that everv nah scriber to .he Casket of Diamonds will receive a beautiful gift immediately on receipt of his or uer name accompauiea oy tne subscription monev. " Persons wishing to commence with th flt No, should send in immediately, as the gift tucj wm icucito cnuuuiagti mem 10 speak iu uwers in weir success, ana mereoy mate rially assist in increasing our subscription lis to commence with first no- , . -, , ; ,. Among the interesting features of our paper wiuoe a ijoyo corresponaence 01 the roost thrilling and exciting character, which took place in Paris, in 1845, betwixt an Rnglish gentleman and a Freuch Lady the tyrannical Tf""""" inuior 10 tne union of his daughter with the English Gentleman is described iu the most vivid and interesting manner, as well as the successful plots of the KkMH. 1-J A- .1.. 1 1 juuug uioj 10 eiuue me viguance and eruelty of her heartless father. , . These letters ?are deeply interesting, 'and of pnre, high toned character. ilt Aacn subscriber must send 3 cent postage stamps for return postage on gift. Address, ' . ,,. NELSON, HICKS & CO., ; Proprietors of the Casket of Diamonds, 1. ' '. ' ),' 1, J 75 Nassau Street, N. Y. L Feb.l7-3m- ., - - Carpeting i Carpeting II,, . A LARGE and splendid assortment of 3 ply Ingrain, Venitian, Wool figured, and Rag Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Win dow Shades, Hearth Ruggs, Door Mats, &o.&c., selling at reduced pricea for the cash, at the store of J. ALLEN, 3d street near market, " ' ' ' ' " oct21 8afe and Profitable ljtTeitiaents. WilE ondereigned offer for sale Bond of Cress Greek sod Steubenville and of other townships in . Harrison, Tuscarawas and vosnoeton eourrtieev .; , j These bonds are redeemable in about S years acd bear interest at The rata of 7 per 'cent. payable semi-annually, j.i , , j . . As safe and profitable investments, these securities offer great inducements to persona having money to dispose of. . - mar 10,'58 3m MILLER A SHEKRA&P. Eissolntiosj cf TarfcersMj.' Notice- is hereby given that the firm of Shane. Crawford A Co.. was dissolved on the 1st day of February, 1858. by mutual consent. All persons indebted, will pleas call and settle. The businesa will hereafter be carried on by George Magee and Henry Crawford, under the style'of Magee A Craw ford. - McCoy's Station, March 3, 3t p. Pittsburgh, Columbus and Cincinnati (Steubenville it Indiana) RAIL road;. Connections Perfected loth East aafWaitt Trains ran through from Pittsburgh to ColoBbna ON AND AFTER TUESDAY1,' Jan. 4th, 1858. Trains will leave , Steu benvillc, daily, (Sundays excepted,) aa fol' lOWSl . . . ... . . , ..,..- Night Exprxss TRiN--At -5:48 v. V. (stopping at Cadiz Junction and wester points) arrives at Columbus at 1:40 a. nu Mail Titui-i-At 9:45 a. in. (stopping at all intermediate stations,) arrives at 'Jolumbus at 5:20 p. mr Freight Train Leaves : Steubenville, at 2:55 a. m., arrives at Columbus at 7:40 a. m. ' . ' ... ;. . -. '. ' .'. . EASTWARDvrvjO NionT Express Train Leaves Colum bus at 9:55 p. m., arrives at Steubenville, at 4:26 a. m. 1 t,zix.-, t..;.i Mail Train leaves Columbus' . 10:30 a. m., arrives at Steubenville 8:48'p. m. ClX'l XiZ Y;f JL'iM1' Freight Train Leaves Columbus ' 6:00 a. m., arrives at Steubenville at al at at 10:23 P. in ' " ' ' ' " ! ' " '""i r - ; .1 'I- :,-. MKV u t 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, nr. CONNECTIONS WESTWARD. ' Trains connect at Newark, with the San dusky, Mansfield 4 Newark R. R for Mt. Vernon, Juansueid, aandusky, Toledo, Chics go, Burlington, Iowa City and the North West. - , ,' At Columbus, with the Columbus. Piaua A Indiana R. R. for Piqua, TJrbana,' Troy, Belle- loniaine, r or rest, etc.' ana tne Uleveland a Columbus R, R. for Delaware.'Galion and Crestline. , , . ... . .... r and Xenia, with the-Dayton, Xenia A Belpre, At Indiana Central R. R.'s for Springfield, Dayton, Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terre Haute and St. Louis. - , n At Morrow, with the Cincinnati. Wilminirton and Zauesville R. B. for Washington, Circle- vine ana ijancsster , At Loveland, with roads to Hillaboro'. Hamden and Portsmouth; and ' ' 1 At Cincinnati, with the Ohio Mississippi broad guage Railroad for MadisonLouisville, New Albany, EvnDSville, Vjncenn'es, Cairo, Central Illinois, St. Louis,, Jefferson City, Kansas, Nebraska, and all points on the Illi nois, Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. EASTWARD. . ' ' ' Trains connect at Steubenville, with the Cleveland fc Pittsburgh R. R. for Wheeling, Cleveland Pittsburgh and intermediate poiate; . and at Pittsburgh, with the Pennsylvania Railroad for Harrisburg, Lancaster, Philadel phia, Baltimore, New York, and the Northern and Eastern eities. ' - : HTBaggage checked through. .- if Para as Low as by any Other Rent I " 0For Tiekets and farther information please apply at the Depot, Washington street, to A. S. Pabks, Ager.t. . r,J 1 W. W. HAULEx, Superintendent. Lafayette Devennv, General Freight Ira A. Hctchison, General Ticket Agent. . . , fjan20 1858.") . 'I'JtdUJ PREPARKD BY DR. SaKFOKB, 13 I GREAT BCnOTtt no nini'jki uiKorerr, ana u a&tir worklnz cam tlmon too ?rit to tnliere. It cored m If bj mute, m the nt iIom siring bmeflt, tnd aeldoro mnr than on bnttl It r uireii 10 euro any Kind of ima unnpklnt. from tkoiram aundico or IhrKDetMla to a common boadacLs. all of vhinh arr the rnult of a Diuaud liver. . Tb Liver, u mm of tlx crioclnal remlatora or tht boTaan body, and wtaon it psrforrmi Ita fuBotlou w0 the iwn of the natrm ' : art follr denkmed. Tha Uomach t alraoat atlroly AT dependent the liatlthy action of the Liver for the proper perform nee of iw lunciione. n non ioe mora- (. cn u at fanlt, the bowels are at fault, au l the whole ? aystem aalfera In eonee- qnnee of one orpin the Mren baring oeaaed to do ita duly, for the dioeaaea HH of that organ, floe of the propriotori hae made It his itody, in a praetla el more than twenty yeara, to SndKM renedywhen with to counteract the Imanr derannments to which It In liable. , ' "waagemeii- To- prove that thin re- (JSmedy U at lut foa4 ,an peniontronbledwithUver CBmpUtot In any f IU orme. has but to try s ft bntiu .J.4w i A eomponnd hai beonrb-fora4dbydwoiT)BffoB and extracting that part'-' whlchtaeolabUifcrUieaii. tive Tirtoee of the roedl-il olne. Tkeee cum remuve morbid or bad matter' '(mnii,. ... .Kni. ing in their place a healthy Ktrw of bile, Inrigoratliig the tomack, oaiuing food r to digest well, porHrlnf the blood, giving tone and health to the whole maahU, nery, removing the causes 0f the di-eaee, and efleet., Ing a radical cure without ' any of the diugrecabh) after etfecte, felt by win 1 i Calomel or Mineral Polaou, mat u neuauy rtmerwa to One done after eating Is ' .ndUl.nt A v.li.n itomaoh and prevent the food ttoa rlalngand aonr- Inly on doee taken be- fore rettrfn sre.u nightmare. ry Onlvone done taken at rH nliht looaena the hawcli goody, and enree eoatire- xxl. One doee taken after each L meal will cure Dyanepetaf eypae doeoof two tea-, ipoonaful will alwajar- , lleve Slok-Headacbe. ; 1 . ' One boUle taken tor fe- male obetmoUon removes Ike seat of the dlaeaee, HHand makes s perfect ear, Only on doee tmioedl. ... ntoly nUeTahtte,whil One doee oltoa repeated - -. it a (are eure fur Owlers Horbuf, and s p reventa- tive of Cholera, . ' On doee taken- often U2 will prevent the recurrence f billon attacka, while it relieve all painful fcel mge. -x .. - , ... SSrOnly one bottle liQ needed to throw eut of IU tetem the DVcte of medi- m ' ln after a loag eli bu e ' One bottle taken for fy Jaundice removea all rat townee or unnatural eolor "1 from th akin. On doe taken a short n. thne bvfore eating 'rive vigor to th appeUt and W mxkee food digMt well. . (to doee of ton repeated -1. - ooree Chronia DkrrheM hi IU wont fonnit, whUe LA eummer and bowel couv plaint yield alnuwt to the Bret da. One or two doee cure attnoke eaoeed by woriM, while lor worm in child- r I nn, there Is no earn, af. or or tpeedler remedy in -J the world, ae It amraile. There I no exaggeration i in the tatomenta; the ar plain sober fact, -that w eaa giro evideaee r to prove, while all who u.e GCi it an giving their usao lmoui teatununy in it . favor. Among Ui hundred! of Llvw KWMdie bow ofiVrea U , the public, there are nooe we can to fully recommend a lr. toolord' Invigorator, w generally known bow throughout tte Union. Tula preparation I truly a Lirm fii,Vniljr, pioduclng thu moet happy reaulU on all waej nwlt. A inioet innumerable eerUHeate bar been give) of the great virtue of thla medium by tbeeeof the higlieet tandiog in aoisiety, and we know it to be to beat prepar,-. tion now befure the public Budtm Omrjf DtmoemL : r , mo os souab res soma. 7 '.!."' UNFORD k 00., ProprUtort, MS Broadway, New York. 3TNAMES OF. AGENTS., ,0 t M. L. MILLER, t j-Hrf ,s AO INT 1011 ITItBKHT IX t fcy " John D.' Pab, Cincinnati and .,' Gxo. tl. Keyser, Pittsburg, Wholesal AgentsVi' v-j :-..i!f. $ may 13,5'7-Jy ohly. ; m f, , : SISSQLiniQl'. i'w: '. r. r THE partnership heretoforo existing bei ' tween James Sterling ni Geo, Kelltf. In the Dry Goods and Grocery business wag ' dissolved by mutual eonsent. on the 17th nit. j dec, S.;57j ;', '; . , JBTIBWIO KELL8 4 CO..,,.. The Grocery business heretofore i Carriod on ' bv StSrlins- and Kells. -will in' the future bei ceridueted exoluseively by the underslgAed. By prompt attention to his own interest and the interest of his customers, he hopes Still t share A liberal portion of patronaee. -doe ; : . - . . JAME9 Lira INVIGORATOR .a