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SBHOff"TSffTWaejBJ WEDNESDAY v..MAY, 19, 1858. : HOME MArrnhk 1 ' - '--XT Tle following persons hive paid Is ins iurti anhexed to thnir no icription to the Trdb Amsricaw, up to .tneistn nst. ; ,-;.;;; . , K. II. Lacy,. .. ...,,.'.600 to No. 10. Vol. 5. E. Wheeler . '. ..::..3J00 to No. l.Vol.5. J. Dalrymple. . ...1,50 to No.25.VoI.4. W. F. McMasteri.;.4,00 to No. l.Vol.5. J. HukiU. ; : ..I,80 to No.12. Vol.3. Wm,' Caldwell..:. 66 to No.lfi. Vol.4. james jucuune,..,.v,uu vo no. u.voi.. ti n n,r,j J - tRn iAMn iaiMii RanMo" Bib11..'..,V..1,50 to No.19. Vol.5. h fcSdrrl ignorant, or" dar'eiess Post Matter; to whose office we haVtt been Wittling Me copy of the True American, has returned thV paper; several ..times, fcarefully withholding his own name, the name of his Post Office, and the name 'Jbf. the. person Jo whom we are sending the paper 5 strongly urging us to'discon- .Mmue eendmg the paper. Now if this should meet his eye, we most respectfully r'eHiiest him to furnish us some, clue by whioU ' V! 'wa ascertain the name and '.residence of , the person to whom he eferi fcbji 1r:?.VAq M.) .! IV ; . . , "Hli4tw , K -3T We are gratified to learn,' from a reliable- aource,'-4hat for the past three months, - the Steubenville ' and Indiana Railioad has been doing a fiae' paying S.nSi l :mkL. . !. : .1 u wuoiiic9. j.ub earnings are- aniu iu nave tmoun'led to over $24,000 per month. ,It Is jiow. confidently believed that this road will at no distant day, be one of the . , mff Avifituhta, A&ifa . lt af Ajttrti Alifora in the United States. V ..t" ftf,-A. W. Doniphan, a student fit Bethany College, was drowned on Tuesday ovening last, in Buffalo creek, having gone into the water, which was raging high from the heavy rains, in a spirit of banter with a couple of his com panions. By some means he got into the swift current and probably becoming cramped from ,the cold, , was unable to run-air. ids .U.. . lis. . out with some difficulty, and were horri fied to lee him dashed along by the raging torrent, sometimes nearly out of water, for the distance of a quarter of a mile, while they were unable to render thB least assistance He disappeared at last, .and though every effort was promptly .made to reeover hi body, it was without access ud to the latest advices. He WAR a son of Col. Doniphan, of the U. S Army, resided . in . Leavenworth City, Kansas, and was' aged about eighteen years.. The event was truly a deplorable oue. CWellsburg Herald. . i i, s '" : Prom the Herald. " The. .Constitution in the Hands of its -i-j ' Friends. ' , -Ma. EDfrott:' We are informed by the jublic Journals that a Junto consisting of 1 two 'ex-Judges of the' Supreme Court of ' unto, ,to-wit: wm. Kennon, Sr., and . n.1 J 1 . I a a a ar . m. b- iiQweu ana Mr. a. Meaoerry, recently assembled at the State Capital, ouu wuu Becoming aignuy. ana gravity, proceeueu.io appoint certain relatives ot " theirs to certain lucrative and responsible offieee.' "Mr, Manypenny the brother-in-law of Judge Kennon taking the best, as Commissioner of the State House. This tublime ipettacle, it is claimed, is Author ized by an act ;of the Legislatuie of the State of Ohid, passod at the last session, whiqh all agree is the meanest -of all the infamous enactments of that body. Ev ery one knows; that the enactment in J question had ita origin in the desire on the part of the Democratic majority ol the last session, to reverse the verdict of the frople, and 'to'.'UkeiVtbe: appiritment of $h08$ officers out of the hands of .our ex Client Governor where, the laws and Constitution had placed it, and vest it in the; hands of this Board,' usually denomi nated; 1he three Governors," although this Democratic majority in the Legisla- ' tore, represented a minority of the people of the State. Itf, their has te . to ; perform the dirty work imposed upon them; by an unscru pulous majority; fij'the Legislature, and theirWxiety to- tet their hands into the TreiuryVarid, eirrelativesupporteit, at $he; public expense, these gentlemen have assumed a supremely ridiculous attitude, to sajr the least of ft."'-' ; Jr-rM' -V "' ;! $ectpar Sthnd', article', of the Constitution contains. the following: :.'. ;TCo appointing power shall be exercised by the (General Assembly, except as prescribed in this ComtUuUoQ.aod in the election of the Jfaite4.$tatss toatortfi.i .r , . .:..'! 1 v Na.8entence in the constitution can by any possibility be construed into any at tempt W crjn thf "prescribed,: powef. It would, bf .no , compliment to these gentlemen la Say that they were ignorant of .this f prohibition, seeing ;that one of ,(hera was a leading taember ' of the con entiqrj, .TilvHiascj rr-;iii: ' ?w :' . .(How then aliall we account for such a grave performance of such a ludicroUt farce, Ldtiiii- 'fc4ij..v Ljxx It ttuit .have had for .its motive ' delib- eiaia purpose to foist these relatives in Offi68 in direSt and 'naWinhto rintminn ' Into of we ninuamentai law nrthit NiatAi ni imilRlvAii'hv nrn 'jnng' Ift? fcrity .with hich they ( submit to the commands of party, be they never ..,Li.ll ji.4ni ' . t i w uuminanng. " i ner ' mast take one born or the other. 5 "- ' '0fkm CoNSTRUCtlOM. til ZU FITS I ITTS 1 1 MTSMIi banck's vaarriaui xxteact ;. ep.ilep.tiqjpills, For-thft fltirA nf PSrJl. Rnnsma nnimnai anil all 4 ' NflfVAIiai and I1iiatffiftna1 flfolnaaa jPERSONS who are laboring under thl tX.''" Malady ' wfll' find EtANCB'l y Mte. i auus EPILEPTW PILLS to be ouij wmear Bver dlscpvered for Wring : 'lepRVbrPalhnftFits, V o-- . Epi los lUMejaii possess C specifld aotiou on 1 nervous svgtnm nA .iL... l t.. iMted elpooWly for .arinir fits; they ire- wmw.vtuiiiu iot M persons tdwW Weaknervosi or wbos. nronii afflict baa ,ben Drostrated ot ht( t.' system cMse' whatever' In ' chronic eomplaintg diseases of., long tanditig, . luperlliduced any or by 'Hemusuess; they art exceedingly beneficial vsrnwi uwecaoiiars per box, or two boxes ot oouuw rsrsons out or the city sno rajremitUnee, will have the pills' sent to ' SDoloaing them llbrOWh tbomaiL ire at Mitaiw . Vr Sale oas -tbbxt, .aitiioort, MaotQWhow orders Ir( aU'tfcttsr of Du CnJon most be adde.Prt, from 6Vt' una nw rl jjJ ih-ymrwtil, 11-W 3;b fresh Af rival , , TSomas. GoRsticH, has just received a fresh supply of choice Cincinnati Flnnr I vit 25 barrels Extra Family .While Wh ieat Flourt also 25 barrels Extra Fain- ily Red Wheat Tloor. and nai nti hanrt ft mpply of Ryer Barley.: Buckwheat and Unbolted Flour; 'also Corn Meal, Corn, 0 ats. Bran abd Shorts, , all of which he ill sell at prices to suit the times. Call and see for yourselves. . The place is at TliOms ias Gorsucb a Market street above Sixth. i, Steubenville Ohio. ' ii ,...? yfor. the s Denial atlvantnim nf 11 concerned, we givegejjeral ,hotice','that BBNiiitlN Pbarcr, keeps constantly on and, and for sale,. Flour of the very best Quality, Cincinnati brand, at wholesale and retail. J( W have tried jt 'and there fore speak advisedly, North 3d Street, Steubenville.' ; i .'''- " .- . . V.-M i"Every man of Genius,, Taste. Re- finement and Good Breeding, desires to thought well of by he World and the t of Mankind. .This disposition is the natural cause which keeps men honest, tnd prompts them to the - exercise of a audable ambition ; hence the desire to be ipprovedof, which' suggests to manv the proper subject of ' Dress and Appear- !." To look well, we must b well ised ; to be well dressed, one must have good clothes; to get good clothes greatly reduced prices, the Great Mam moth Clothing Establishment of Mat & Kothchild is THE PLACE. my 12. JSTHeaven . has bestowftd mnv bounteous gift upon earth. The flowers maigem wuu a rainbow a brilliancy, the forest and the field, are not more orliimr. ing than the minerals that sleep beneath our lee i. out a much greater beauty exists in the perfect adaptation of the vegetable kingdom to the wants of the human system.'" ' ", ' .- .. One of the brightest proofs of this is be found in Bowman's Vrrotahln Compound. All Pulmonary complaints seem to yield readily to its influence. . r ooia ny Hening & Melvirv .. . ,: MARRIED. By the Editor of this paper, on the 13th inst!, at the residence of the bride's father, Demarars Cottage,-Rev. John Burns, of me oiusKingum Annual Uonlerence.Meth odist Protestant Church, to Miss Sarah P., daughter of Judge George Mbtcai-f, of Cambridge, O. .-.. . ' ; On May 7th, at Mareng,: III., by Rev. J. M. Jamason. (late Missionary to Indi v) Rev. Samuel M. Shabp, of Steubenville. and Miss Mattk, daughter of the officia- ung clergyman. . DIED. On Tuesday, the 11th inst., at 10 o'clock P. M., Mr. Wh. Htjscroff, Sr.,' in the 69lh year of his ag6, after a painful illness oi tour weeks. Mr Huscroff was an industrious and much respected citizen, and his death is regarded .as a severe stroke of affliction to his bereaved family and a large circle of friends. STEHBEKVILLE BET AIL MARKET. True American Office. ) Steubenville. Mau 19. v . Flour, extra, bbl t5 .00 ao oupernae, dui...,. Butter, irood table. V lb... 2(1a Cheese, new milk, & 12c Eetn. doi. in Beef, by theqnarter,..,,.; $5,50 1,00 " irean, m,.k .....813 ' corned"" ,. 89c " dried " " ift. Pork, lb ...i,....;i78c salted. TU Th j.,.. ,in Hams. lb......... ...,..,. . 12 " sucrar cured.. , ic. Shoulders and Sides.. . .; . . ,1012c Veal, f . Ib ....k..... . 67C Mutton 19 lb.: Kaa- Lamb quarter 5075c ara u ,....,....1212Wc Chickens, each,.. 1518c Wood, per cord,. . .". .t22,50 Sugar, brown, IB lb.........:......... 10c - crusnea, a oc Coffee, old Ja, lb.. , 18c ". Bio a ". Ho lea, young hyson, if) lb. 5flc81 discs, oolong ou7dc Stationery. Periodicals. Eta. rriHE SUBSCRIBER has just opened -- in me store room, on Market street, near; Fifth, occupiedby PJ,Schneider & Uo.. a good selectiort of .', " V ... BOOKS,' STATIONERY, . 1 NOTIONS, . .TOBACCO, "ii - ' "iw CIGARS, late Magazines &o. All the good periodicals of the day will be promptly received, and on hand. . . The patron- age of the public n renpectfully solicited. . Srenrthiaf in that Uoe keot at the Ion lowest prices, o.! ap7'58-4w : -.. r itra ... mil . 1 . t mm CUT TOBACCO AJTD CIOAR 8T0RE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL l . , QEORGE BANTCH, manufacturer 2 and deskr in Havana, Tara, Principe, German. Half Spanish and Common cigars ;. Rnnffh ATtmrlff FlITY-iroHrt niarlam Twi.t Oronocc, Virginius, Black Fat Cavendish, Al' ma, xanKe voodle, Uweet Urange, and Con- resa nrei , jonq Anderson Uo. Solace and !. Ooodvln in Ttmlhnra MlAhraUil Vi Chewinir Tohacea. Un & mncriar irltrla ( ft Smoking tobacco, Pipes, Snuff and T tobacco boxes, Cigar Casee, Cigar Tubes, Ac. 4e. ' market street, teiow3d, and near the Post Office, Steubenville, Ohio. '. n- . j.v V S. H. ATtrft Brtlnlfl ftt r.nmmnti Atotnnn .hand at 40 eta. per hundred. apr 28:58 ' BOOT AND SHOE MAKUF ACTOR Y I, 1 A. FLOTO, ' tm Neata Foobth Stkiet, offositk THlf :'.M."""'- Fbaskuii Housa."." : ' ; I The Subscriber ( would respectfully inform ' the oitisent of Steubenville that be is ged In the manufacture of Boots and Shoes, i enga na i preparea to suddit to order on snort notice. He keeDi 8 and hopes to be able to give satisfaction to all wuo mj wvor oim witn uteir patron aire. 1 ; GROCERY & DRY GOODS STORE. GRAY ;f FICKES, ' W i HAVE Opened aGrocery and Dry Gooda Htnrn' nn thn rnrnnr nf V.ik .-J J.v. atmeta.' Where' ther"kn'iA. An rt AnI AmiI Caw j gle, rt teles of the very test quality, In their I line, and at' reasonablfl nriron ' riVinrl. '1- i I changed for all kinds of oountry prodnoe. 1 " ! for, aph 28'5tj-3mo. . il GRAY F1CKE3,' ! rrTr- A iniia ti!j iff -ixii' ' ' and cinnamon . 360. " Inks. - I :). i'.: 'ju I 180 CaatorOfla; ti 1 " ),,'' " Bateman'a Drops!' i Fo!(Ml?byjdc6 2i EJIN1KQ A HELViM Bragg'S ' Arctic Liniment. V H I S incomparable Liniment, : rjpon which the great mau of the afflicted of all lands bow - rely for relief front the pangs of Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Gout.KrysipelM.Cap cer, Scrofula, Spiains, Brolsea, Burna, Scalds, and all culaneona diteeses, la rapidly super seding all similar preparations. The propri etor! give for the encouragement of pu Hirers, the following uemorandunf of a few of the Wonderful cure effected by it during the past few months. Certificates from the partiea na med are in the poRaessioa of .the proprietors, but their length precludes the publication of all but a few. , . .... -? r f '.Oae Bottle Trluinpliant.!.; '.i Mrs. Moffit, tla. 345 Morgan Street. St. Lou is, having suffered for three years with Rheu matism, and tried many preparations without effect, was eured by one fifty isut bottle of Arctro Liniment. r - . . ' - PITT THE LITTLE CHILDREN. A little danghter of Mm. Lee. residing on Lake street, Chicago, was scalded all over by the u psetting of a kettle of boiling water. The Arctic Liniment waa applied according to the directions, and the fire waa instantly extract ed, and in a few days the little aufferer waa well. '-: -1 ;; RESTORED,, TO BEAUTY, ' Mrs. George K. Tyler, Canal street. N. O., had long suffered from a painful and disfigur ing eruption on the face, and by the use of one bottle of the Liniment was cured, and resto red to her original beauty. :, V," ) . . . . A Horriblw Tumor. - .-.- ' Eugene Mallory, Natchet, was three years the victim of a horrible tumor on the neck, which resisted all remedies until he tried th e Arotio Liniment. Three bottles eured him in a few weeks. WONDERFUL CUIE. . ; . Mrs. Bedford,, Mobile, waa confined to her eouch for three years with numb- palsy, and after being in despair from the failure of all other remedies, was eured by the Arctic Lin iment, u a little over a month. ' :' AN EXPLOSION. . , V MiMPHi8.Tean.,Kov.28th, 1857. I hereby certify, that having been badly bruiaed and scalded by the explosion of a Steam Boiler, a friend induced me te try Bragg's Arctic Liniment. The (smart was in. stantly extracted from the scalds, aad in a very short time, all the pain waa gone from the bruises. In two weeks I was well, and able to resume my business. Hknbt Hatebrkiix, ' residence, Jackson atreet. THE BLIND SEE! 's Wxearxa Cirr, Iowa, Nov. 9th 1857, ' Da. BaMo.--P-ar Sir -For more than three years 1 have been afflicted with inflamed eyes in an aggravated degree, and tried' various Physicians and nostrums, 4a no effect ; I was induced by Dr. Baum, to try the Arctic Lini meut, knd in two months was nearly well. My little daughter was afflicted in the same manner for the same time, and during a por tion of the time was entirely blind in one eye. I applied your valuable Liniment, and her eyes are now perfectly sonnd. Thus have I, with one two-bitt-bottle, cured my daughter's eyes and ray own, besides curing the rheuma tism in my back. I would not be without your invaluable remedy in my house. ' Yours tru'y- Wm. Russku. . Webster City, Iowa, Nov. 9, 1857. I hereby certify, lht,t I am well acquainted with William Russell, and with the astonish ing curea he mentions, and know his state ment to be strictly true , J. J. Wadswobth, P, M. Webster City. OOOJ) FOR ANIMALS. This invaluable Liniment is also equally efficacious in curing the diseases of animals, as witnesa the following certificate : Messrs. J. A A. Arnot, and Lynch, Arnot Co., keep the two largest Livery atablea in the west, and are generally known throughout Ununi ted States. . i . , . St. Louis, Dec. 23d. 1E57. We the undersigned, f having used Dr. Bragg's Arctio Liniment for a number of months, cheerfully testify to its superior effi cacy in curing the diseases nf horses ; so well are we satisfied of the Arctio being the best Liniment made, that we would use no other. We keep and have kept for a number of years extensive livery stables in th is city, and con sequently our experience about horses and their di teases is great, and we unhesitatingly aay, that the Arctic Liniment is the only one we have ever found always iFKgcriva. We cordially recommend it to all livery stable keepers and otherrhavingthe car of horses. J. St, A. Abnot, Lihoh b Abnot, . . . , .' . ? , ' 1 , . Chestnut street , . , CAUTION. r . Many Drustrists having old liniments on hand, will try to sell them to you as the best, but do you positively refuse to purchase them. ask lor ueaqq s AECTic iiunvBNT, and take no other. , .',(...,. i " Liberal Proposition The proprietors agTee to furnish' each pur chaser of a dollar bottle, with a free subscrip tion to the U. S. Journal, for one year. This is one of ths best N. Y. illustrated papers. A certificate enti tling the holder to the benefit of this proposition, is enclosed in the wrapper around every dollar bottle, the Arctic Lini ment is put up in 25 ceut, 50 cent, and $1 bottles. The 50 cent and $1 bottles contain from 50 to 100 per cent more Liniment in pro- Fortion to their, cost, and are the cheapest. or sale by 1 ' 'BRAGG 4 BURROWED, : 1 Sole proprietors, St Louis. Mo. An airent is wanted in every town and vil lage. ' Applications must always be accompa nied by responsible references. . .. Hening k Melvin, Agents for Steubenville. . may 12:58,;. , , ,,;,v MO W ARP A S3 OCIATI 0 JT PHIApELPHIA, ' ' A Benetolentlnslitutiou, established by spe cial endowment for the relief of the sick and distressed; afflicted with Viru lent and Epidernio diseases. PP ALL PERSONSafflicted with Sex oal Diseases such as Spermatorrhoea, Sem inal Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, or Self Abuae, etc, &c. - . . , The Howard Association, in view of the awful destruction of human life, caused by Sexual diseases, and, the. deceptions prac tised upon the unfortunate victim 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 of life, Ace.,) ana in cases or extreme poverty, to rur 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 modern treatment.'-,;, "; V'y .I,...":' '. f,'"i'. 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 this very im portant but much despised cause. ., , Just Published by the Association,' lie port P Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weak ness, the Vice of Onanism,-. Masturbation er aelf-abuse, and other diseases of the sex oal i Organs, by the Consulting . surgeon, whloh will be sent by mail, (in a sealed letter envelope,) Free of Charge, on re celpt of two stamp for postage. ., ' ! 11 Address, for report or treatment,'' Dr. George K. Calhoun, Consulting surgeon, Howard , Association, No 2 south Ninth street, Philadelphia, p . j ,; ,' j ; By' order of the Directors'.' , . ' r ;. George Fairohild, aecretaryi , V oct. 7, ' Ezra D Heartwell, President. DR.-"S. ROTIIACKER .Richmond efferson bounty OMe ' 11 , , SPECIALNOJICES' , Ohio State and Union Law College. THIS Institution has been removed to ni.i..j Ai,,. ' n.-. i ii ferred, and Students upon graduating, may be admitted to practice. ' For Circulars ad dress, at Clevelaud - " - M. A, KING, aec -Ai. ai j m Secretary - 1 GOOD MEDICINES. . It is estimated that Atkb's Cdmrt Pxm-n,i am Catuabtio Piuahave done more to promote tbe public health, tnan any other one cause. There can be no question that Cherry Pectoral has by ita thousand on thousand cures of Colds, Cou (ths, Althma, Croun. Influenca. Bcpnchitia to., very much reduced the pro portion of deaths from eonsnmptivc diaeasea in this country. The Pills are as eood as the Pectoral and will care more complaints. Everybody needs more or lets purging. Purge the blood from its imnuritUs. Pnri a o the bowels, Liver and the whole visceral sys tem from obstructions. Purge oat the diseases which fasten on the body, to work its decay But for diaeasea wo . should die only of old. age. . Take antidotes early and thrust it from the system, before it is yet too strong to yield., ' " ." ' " Avar's Pills do thrust out disease, not only while it ia weak but when it has takes a strong hold. Read tbe astounding statements ef those who have been cured by them from dreadful Scrofula, Dropsy, TJlCBrg, Skin Die eases, Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Dvsoeniu'a. Internal Pains, Billious Complaints, Heart- ourn, neaaacne, uout, and many less danger ous out still threatening ailments.'' such as pimples on the face, Worms, Nevous Irratabll- ity, Loes of Appetite. Irre?nlaritiea.DicEinM in the head, Colds, Fevers, Dysentery; ami indeed every variety of complaints for which. a rnrgative Kemedy ia required.. lg These are no ranuom statements. Knt m authenticated by your own neighbors and your own Physicians. ; . r . i . Try them once, and you will never be with out them. . , , : '1 Price 25 cts. per box-5 Boxes for $1,00. Prepared by Dr J. 0. AVER. Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Maes. Sold by Hening fc Melvin, Steubenville. ,;april282m ' I,,. TO MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS DE. BBAQQ S VTRGni PILLS. THE essential ingredient of this valuable remedy ir not new, but Is well known to the medical schools of France and Germany, and has been employed by the femalea of the rw)iTOum ui an rope, ana oy an me most distinguished Dhvsioiana in Ikii nli;t t. the last teu years. My motive is not to offer any patent discovery, but simply to present to ran uivukii niu uauguiers oi our pwn una a simnln hnt sura mma,l ., fA. ,i,Aa Ji.ABann . . which they are naturally subjected, in such a vin. an suuum uuviaie me necessity oi tnose medical consultations, which are justly looked upon by women as a violacion of their most BTCteu leemigs, ana io avoid whicn tney often us uue muni, learim consequences. .' 1 hive therefore nrensnul this the neat and simple form of a pill, and put it up in small, flat boxes, whict can safely be sent any distance by mail.in a common envel ope. Each box is accompanied with full di rectiona, and explanations, enabling- every woman to understand her own case and the proper treatment and the proper time. n ho Virgin p:h ... L 1 . . ..6,u iuneaa men powenui penetratiue properties that none of the diseaa ea within tne ranirA tt ..tu. . v v.ac.t -Vliu," n.v.t- stand or evade them. They cleanse, purify, ..6aTO cwcij puruuu oi ine i em me OrffaQlSm. COI-mntlntv ita rlicMaJ aiiflAH ,,J o w-.Mg avv uavve nbviuii, i u restoring its healthy functions. They effect a koiwiiu. van mr lauing or me woraD, wnites, pai nfnl auppreusion and irregular menstrua tion, diseases of pregnancy, allnervious com plaints caused by disordered uterine organs, weaknesses, Ac, the symptoms of which are fllllV ftxnlninnrt in lit. Ji,u.(!.M. - j I ...... . .. UUCVblUJUli For any of the diseases of the treproductive organs, uiey may be taken at all times, exoef tino during the earlier stages ofpreg' nancy, when their , effect would be such as to produce miscarriage, which fact is more fully explained in the directions. Their action on the system will be felt imme diately, and the flush of rosy beauty, the true index Of hAAHh ' nnikl iainn In tha nftaab of pallor, will at once convibce the patient of mcir euect. Price $1 per box,' and will be sent post paid, by return mail, to any part of the United States, on receipt of the money. The money may be sent by mail, at tho risk of the sub scriber. DR. A. O. BRAGG, may 12:58 , Saint Louis, Mo. ' A' Card to the Ladies.- Dr. Dupon co's Golden Female Pills are infallible in removing stoppages or irregularities of the menBUS These pills are nothing new, but have been used by the Doctor lor many years, both ia 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 lllntnAtinn nf thnaa onfforinn- frnm antr ir- regularities whatever, as well as a prevent l.il . II m.a lauve io mose laaiee wnose neaitn will not permit am increaae of family. Pregnant femalea or .those supposing themselves ao, are cautioned against nsing these pills, as the proprietor, assumes no responsibility after the above admonition, altheugh their mildness would preventany injury to health; otherwise these pills are recommended. Direction. iMiAmninv Aali hnv. ' PpIaa one dollar sold wholesale by M. L. MIL- l van mi , ... iinu, a nira stree steuoenvue , General Agent for Jefferson Co. O. All nrdnra mint ha ailJivaani in tha above General agent who will supply the ru at proprietor s prices ana. send tfie Pills Confldentlallv' to Tdina bv: mail nn receiving $1 through the post-office', . niature J.1 Doponoo on everv boxlnnna Other genuine. ; For particulars get Cir- cuar or Agents-. , . aug.itt 1 CLARKE'S FEMALE FILLS. THEGREAT ENGLISH REMEDY 1 PREPARED- FROM A PRESCRIPTIOIf Qf v SIR I. CLARKE, M. P., PHYSICIAN EX : ' " ! TRAORPINARY to THE OJIIiRN. ". rTHIS invaluable medicine is unfainng in the eure of all those painful and dan gerous disorders te which tne female const! ution Is subject. It moderates all excess and emovesall obstructions, and a , speedy cure may oe renea on. :x to married ladies , , i Is peculiarly Suited. It will in a short time pring on the monthly period with regularity .. Each bottle, price one dollar, bears tber Oov eminent Stamp of Great, Brifian to prevent r.rA hvKBlf.l t-CAUTlON. ";- " ' ' ' 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 iney we penectiy sare. , , i ' , , '( Sole Agents foMhfs eonntry, "" ' -JOB MOSES; late I. O. Baldwin,' Rochester, N.T. . , . "- - " N. B $1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any authorised agent, will insure a bottle ef the pills by return mail. For sale wholesale and retail by Hening t Melvin, Steubenville, O., and, by Druggists genciaiy . , . , , aeciu l , genciaiy . '; , , aeciu ; . i i . : ' -- " ; PAINT BRUSHES, improved styles, also a good lot of wall, counter and dusting brushes.'' ; IIbnino it Mkxvin.' - anvil on. kq ...vn. ': - ,l ' t I'M. rw,w i j ., ..... NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DEY Q0 0DS. SECOND. iO EN K RAL STQCK. fJEORGE SCOTT 4 Ca, bare recei. " red. and are now onenincr. an unusually large and desirable stock of Fancy and Staple 4ry uooas, suuabie for ihe season, and em bracing a full inrtmentof HonsftiipiR" and Dress Goods ; Millinery Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, Hosiery, etc., all of which have been purchased within the past two weeks, in the East, and under the moat favorable circum stances.. .. .. . ., .. . .'-s. To purchasers we would say, that we are now prepared to offer unusual inducements a large stock, the very best styles, aad low prices, to suit hard times..- Call and see our stock and prices, both of which we hope will give satisfaction may 19, '5y New, Large, Elegant and Fashionable ;, . ,. Stock of '.'. ; -, j- Gentlemens' Dress Goods.'' ' , J. LITTLE, MERCHANT TAILOR. South 4th Stbeev, Sxrubenvillb, 1,1 HO has just received direct from the east a beautiful and fashionable assort ment of Gentlemens' Spring and Summer - 1 DRESS GOODS, Embracing many new styles of Gentleman's wear magnificent patterns, cloth, silk, satin, furnishing goods generally, Hosiery, Ac, and almost every article knowa to the trade. Gooda manufactured to order, and eut accor ding to the AAicst ana most Approved Fathwns. Prices reasonable gooda warranted as rep. resented and satisfaction guarantied. For new styles, good goods, neat and fashionable fits, call at the new Merchant Tailoring esta blishment of J. LIT f LB, Fourth below Market St., Steubenville, Ohio. may 1958 tf. NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDERS. TVOTICE ! hereby given, that sealed Proposals will be received at the Auditor Office, in Jefferson County, until Tuesday ths 1st day of Jane next ; or the building of the atone and wood work of a bridge over Short Creek, at Adena, on Road leading from Bloom field to Harriaville. , ., . , , , .; . . ; Separate Proposals will be required for the stone and wood work. The plans and speci fications ean be aeen at the Auditor's Office, in Steubenville on and after the 17th of May. T i r n i- bj uruur ui ioumiBaioucro. . yi , 1 .' . J.S LOWE, Auditor of Jefferson County. SteubenyUle May 5, '8;5tw " ; . STEUBENVILLE MUSIC STORE. PIANO FORTES from the most cele- Boston, will maA rMnsr fit an iti A asm a quality of instruments can be purchased at auy other store thiaaideof those cities. Per sons desirous of obtaining a ; " CLASS PIANO,' or one less pretending can find such here. MELODEONS. of Various. Itvlca and cizpn vanr!nn in nriA from $45, to 375. Organ Melodeons for vnurcii, auo SMALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, StiJSET MUSIC, INSTRUCTION BOOKS. &C, &C, At JFholesale and Retail. Sheet Music sent by mail, pre-paid upon re ceipt of the published prices. My motto being small profits and quick aales, I will not be .1 1 J - .. i r i, , uuuoiduiu. vruers renuecuuuy soiiciiea. ' N. Jones, Rooms under Kilgore's New Hall, Market St., Steubenville, Ohio. april 283-tf. DT7NLAP & COBLE, ARE now receiving a heavy stock of SprinB (roods boueht expressly to suit the times. We invite attention to our complete assortment of Ladies Dress Gooda, Shawla, Mantles, Scarfs, Bonnets, Ribbons, Parasols, Trimming8of all kinds together with CLOTHS, OASSIMERES, VESTINGS and a lull assortment of Summer Goods, for Men and Boys, Housekeeping Goods, Fancy articles, Hals, Caps, Boots and Shoes ; we continue to manufacture to order clothing pf every description. This with our well known GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, enablea us to offer great inducements to all who favor us with their patronage, , All kinds of produce bought and sold, and particular attention given to the produce trade. Almost any article in the Dry Goods or Grocery trade for sale, at the lowest prices by . ! DUNLAP A COBLE, april 28:58-6mo. Steubenville Ohio. ' NEW CARPETS. ' qnfm YARDS of Carpets K OUOU Superior Styles at prices to suit the times, just received and ior sale at 25 per cent less than former prices, at DUNLAP & COBLE'S Dry Goods and Grocery Store, corner of Fourth and Adams streets Steubenville, Ohio. . april 28:58 6rao. : RESUMED BUSINESS. : ! MY former patrons Snd the- public are informed that I have resumed business at my Old Stand,, sonth 4th atreet, where I am prepared to accommodate all who faror me with a call. I have a superior assortment of Saddlery of every variety with Trunks, Matrasses, Ac. Ae., all of which I propose to sell remarkably, aheap. ; JOHtt MYERS, aprU88'58.tf. . , v J. F. JTCLIHTIC. 1 . . MARKET STREET, BBTWEBN 4th1 AND 5TH, STEUBENVILLE, HAS just received a splendid assort' merit of goods, consisting of 1 VjCLOCKS, v :,,,. . , WATCHES If, ' V..VV i' '- - JEWELRY, and a good assortment of ' ' ; ; VARIETY GOODS, ; '? , Cheaper than the Cheapest ever offered in this city j' ' Also a splendid assortment of L O 0 K I N G GLASSES, at Pittsburgh Prices. A good u sortment of . ... ;. . ., SPECTACLES ' i--V' always on hand;- Having made arrangements with Eastern Merchants to receive a fresh sup- dIt monthlv. Whieh ha Wilt tflll' vhnlMola r retail W suit purchasars. Call and see for yurenvee.'i s.-.itn.-;. . ' .wkuh. i .Clocks, Watches and Musical Instruments repaired by an experienced workman and in all eases warranted. - ,- --. ; :i april 2158, , . RIUffOVAL. ;; SCOTT'S CITY SHOE STORE: Has been removed to the room formerly occu pied by J. L. Holton, opposite the Old Stand, AfarAef Street. -A SPLENDID new stock, just lecei ved, suitable for the : : ' '''' SPRING 4ND SUMMER TRADE. also Home made work of all kinds, and. work v; Made to Order. - :: -.h A complete assortment of T E A V.K LING ':-:.:vTKUMKS,;: A1 of. which-will be sold cheap for Cash. " apr 14,'S8-3m . J gOOTT.-' Dry Goods Groceries, Queensware' io. JTAVING RECENTLY replenished my stock of Goods, I desire to say to ray former patrons, add to the public ' generally, that I have now. and intend to kaam mn.i.ni. ly on hand, a good supply of the various arti. clea usually kept la arocerr atorea ; tnmtW with a supply of :,-J ;u.V, f DOMESTIC GOODS: ' 5 1 AH of which will be sold at reasonable prices. 1; have .at this time, Flour of a suparior brand, by the barrel or less, to suit purchas ers.' - ' - " . : 8outh Third Street, lower end of the market house, Steubenville, O. ,; apr 1458. T LEWIS AN PERSON. ; LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS: ,'.'!; SHERIFFS SALE.,1 ,. Daniel Potter, -, ' t -!. i -nf. L -1 BY VIRTUE of an order of sale, in this raiiRTaaitit an if ilia rTmirf nf rtnm . v ji-iiu iv, j i omDsun. ci. i. . fflOIl PiAaa nr JalTtrr,n pAnnlv NfnfA of Ohio, bearintr date February 23.1S58.and to me directed, I will expose to. sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Cour House, in tho city of Steu benville. on TUESDAY, the 25th day of May, A. D. : , ;.. i i , :1858t-. ; . at one o'clock, n. m.. nf said dav. the fol lowing real estate, to wit: Lying and being situate in the county of Jefferson and State of Ohio, being parts of sections No. 13 and 14 in township 7 and range 2, begin ning lor the name at a atone too section corner, between sections numbered 7, W, 13 and 14. thenr.a smith eixtv-two nerrhM to a stone and hickory, theuce west seven ty nine perches to a etone, tnence norm 20 dee., west twenty perches to a ' post, thence north 7 degs. east forty four perch es to the middle of a small run. thence east nine perches to a small maple tree, thence north 40 perches to a atone, thence west ntty three perches to a stone, tnence north 20 perches to a atone, thence north 12 degs. west twenty perches to a stone, Lhearti north 23decrii. Bunt V2 rwrrtiR in a stone, thence north 361 dege, east sixteen ana seven-tontn percnea to a atone, tnence east one hundred and thirteen and eight tenth nerchea to a atone. thennA aniirh nna hundred and1 four and four tenth perches to the beginning, containing ; one hundred acres more or less: 'tho residua thnrnnf being described as follows, being part of section no. itaoove mentioned, beginning for the. same, at a atone planted in the eastern- boundary of said section, thence north seventy nine and five-tenth perches to a stone, thence west one hundred and sixty-eight and , five-tenth, perches to a Stone thertce' south one . hundred and forty two and 3-10 perches to a post, thence east ioriy inree percnea io a atone in a road, thence north li deira. east turentv perches, thence north 10J deg. west twen ty percnea to a post, west side or the road, thence north 24 degs. east 12 perches to a Btone. west side of the road, thence north 371 degs, east sixteen and seven-tenth perches to a stone in the road, thence east one hundred and thirteen and eight-tenth perches to the place of beginning, contain ing one hundred and one and three-fourth acres, more or lees. Terms of sale cash. .-- ...... : JAMES H. BLINN. Sh'ff. : Sheriff 'a Offide, 7 fee 11,25 Steubenville, A pry 21,'58-ts. J SHERIFF'S SALE. Mary Bane, Guardian,1" ; vs.'.' - - -' John B. Bavless.et. al. ; BY VIRTUE of an order of sale in this cause iaannd nut nf thn CnnM nFCnm hinn Pleas of JerTeraon ennntv Htntn tF Ohln bearing date March 22, A . D. 1858, and to me illreited, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door .a a. ... oi me uoun nouee, in tne city ot ateuoen ville.on (: TUESDAY, the 25lh day of May, A.D. . . ,1858, at 1 . o'ctock, p. m. of said day, the follow ing premises situate in vvarren Township, junoreon county unio, ana ooimued and dABf.rlhaii aa Owtlnma n wU n.i,l.i.:. .v.. wot, ni,t uijeiimiUL at a stake standing on the side of a hill, on tne line oetween the lands ol the late Ni cholas Teall andthe late Peter Keller ,at the distance of six perches from the stili-bonse run, in a westerly direction, and running from said stake south 50 deo-.. went tn a stake commonly called E K. thence east to a stone standing on the south side of short creea, mere lately established as one ot the boundary corners between the lands ot said Teall and Zenas Kimbcrly, from which an Elm nine inchea diameter bears north 53 deg. west forty-two links distant, thence north to a point so far distant from said last corner, that a straight line from it to the place of beginning, will includo one hundred acres, thence from said point, by a Straight line to the nlane nf hncrinnlnir-. containing one hundred acres excepting uiereirom aoout two acres, sold to Wil liam McCullougb, and about eight acres Sold to Andrew Monrn. and ahnnt alv n. sold to David Nugent. - ' '' , 1 : terras orsaie cash. ' ' ' . JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, " l Fee $9 ': Steubenville, April 21, '58-ts J SHERIFF'S SALE.' :-.;: ., E.H.M'Coy, ... , ;!.', - .,' .. ' VS. :' ' , . Wm.Harriman.' ; 11 Y, Virtue, of an order of sale in this f cause issu ed out of the Court of Com mon Pleas, of Jefferson county , Stat of Ohio, bearing date February 4th 1858, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of tbe Court House in the city of Steuben ville. on . . . ;, ' ;. ; .-. TUESDA.Y, the 25th day' of May, A. D. . ,, iooa, at 1 o'clock, p. m. of said day the follow ing real estate and premises situate 'in Jefferson county and State of Ohio, and known and described as the north west quarter ' of section numbered twenty two (22) of township numbered eight (8) in range numbered three (3) bo the Piney Fork of short creek, except two acres which were sold to abner Hutton for mill dam. - Terms of sale cash. ' -.:.: -1 ' JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, - ' ' ) Fee 50. I Steubenville, April 21, '58. J , '.' , v SHERIFFS SALE: BY virtue of an orderof eale issuod oat pf the Court of Common Pleas of Jeff erson county ,'State of Ohio, boar ing date March llth, 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 Steubenville, on ' ' ) TUESDAY; the 25th day of May, A: D. 1858; : at 1 o'clock P. m. of said day. the followlnir real estate, to wit : situate in the city of nieuoenvuie, jenerson uounty in the State Of Ohio, and described as follows: the south west half of lot numbered one hun dred and sevonty one. on the plat of said city oi menoenvtue, irontlng thirty feet on f ourth atreet, and extending in length or depth one hundred and eight feet, which said half lot waa conveyed by Hugh Down ing and wife to the said William Bair by deed dated May 19th, -1845, also all the right title and Interest ' of the said Wil liam Bair in and to the following described premises, -to wit r part of lot numbered two hundred and sixteen on he plat, of the City of Steubenville; Jefferson ; oounty, Ohlorand bounded and described as follows, beginning on the line of Market Street, In the city aforesaid, fifty feet from tbe north west Corner of said lot number two hun dred and sixteen and running thence in an easterly direction In the line of . Market street twenty feet and extending twenty feet in width sixty feet to the south line of said lot. 'i -. i , ' Terms orsaie' rash. " " r . 1 . JAMES II.' BLINN, Slierill, Sheriff's Office, ; " ' ' Steubenvil'e, April 21.' 1 Fee fj.60'.. : . SUERIFF'S SALE. U V- i'jllaus. W. Phillips, i" vs. 4 u-i .r William Burris, et. al. v Y1Y virtaeofan order ofaalo io this cause, issued eut of the Court of Common Pleas, of Jefferson County, Ktate of Ohio, bearing date March 2Uh sr.d to mo dlrecteuY'1 will expose to sale by poblid vendne and outcry, at the front door of the Court House, in the City or Seiubenvillo, a h ' . . TUESDAY, the 25th day of May, A. D; .I V .r,a k '.185&V 'Vl.-...)yJ, at 1 o'clock P. M., of said day, the follow ing real estate, situate in Jefferson County k State of Ohio, to wlt about nine acres of land, adjoining tbe towa of BloomfiolJ, in Jefferson County Ohio, on the we sldd thereof, being the same tract of land sud Burris lately purchased of Samuel Cope land, and the same on which the mid Bur ris now -resides, and on which the1 said Burris lately erected a steam saw mill.,. Terms of sale Cash. . ; ' -.m-i jj -: -i. ,' JAMES II. feLINN, Sheriff.;r Sheriff's Offie.r :. .. Fee 5,50, .,,' 8teubenville,April2l,'58.$ , .' ' i' V SIIERIFF'3 SALE.'";;f' ; v Hans Wilson's surviving Executor '. ' '.' : ' vs. : ' ' c - : '':V Nathan Reeves.' v' 1 WT "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 April 12th, A. D. 1858, and to me .directed, I will expose tp sale by public vendue and outcry, at the; front . door of the Court House, in tbe city of Steubenville, on ''' ; ' ' .' ' ; . TUESDAY the 25th day of May A. Di at I o'clock p. rn.of said day, the follow ing real estate to wit i Lot number sis' (6) in the town of Lagrange, in the coun ty ot Jefiorson, and State of Ohio. ;, ' - lerms orsaie cash. y.-., : -- .i JAMES II. BUNN.,Steriff , Sheriff's office . . , . - ) Fee 5.50. Steubenville, April 21, '58-U, J , v i , , Cheap and Faahionabla Clothing :' 1 1 wbousalb ivn betau.pb.ub i ill kikds or FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, Market atreet, three doors abpve Fourth sti Steubtnvult, Ohios .t-. TBI BKST aSSOBTKlKT Or BEADT-HADB CLOTH IRO, BATS AMD CAPS BVEB OVrtBBD 111 STXUBBKVlLLB. THE UNDERSIGNED has justre eeived and is adding" weekly to'hii large and general assortment of Ready Made r.1 . t : ... ,. . . . i . . .1 . uioinmg, vue laieaii styiea as usey cooie em, to which he directs the attention of his friends and the public, assuring them that ha is pre pared to sell every description of goods, at prices lower than lias ever been purchased in this section of the state. la point of style;' quality or durability, his goods cannot be ex celled in this or any other western market.' Hia priees are uniform, and the public may! feel confident that they will at all times re-' ceive the worth of their money. : . ' It will be to the interest of all, to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as bisv clothing is mode to order, he m satisfied that he is able to sell belter goods at lower prices than any house In the City. -.... j. nunuAKMi, Market St.. -three doors above Fourth, Steubenville. apr 1458 - ' .';'. . CLOTHING 1 CLOTIIINGti e! PR0HMAN &C0V. RESPECTFULLY Inform their friends and the nuhlifl a-nnAralltf that, thalr stock of clothing for the Spbins ajo Summcb TraHfl. mpniifntuKwl fnrtha Hion kanw.'llA ket at their wholeaale establishment at Cin cinnati, has just arrived. . It, ia larger and ujuis iwibu, auu ouiuravea uner articles man QSlial. I ' . . 1 The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vesta and Hats and Capa for men and boys, handker. chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts, and a full stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Carpet sacks, Umbrellas, Ac. , " raoniiAi uo. also keep on band a Ml stock of Cloths, and Vesting, tnd manufAC turea clothing to order, on short notice, at pri ces that will be satisfactory to purchasers.- Thankful far tlm rr irKrl nlm,MW tofore extended to ns. We ask for a continu ance of it, and beg to assure the public that it will be our constant aim, by dealing honora bly, to deserve iU . , . We mav he fnnnH at I ha anulh aaat anrna nt Market and Third ats Give us a call. - , , apr 14'58 , E..FROHMAN ds CO. ;' TTII1 m rBXPAUD Bt DR. BAKTORD, B A flREAT 8CIEVTL S4 Medkal Dtaoorarr, ao4 hi dailr ocia aana aaaait too ctm ta balim tteatMaiU by aagta, m aVM aaaaaaltonmUaMtottbbr. Jalrad to eoia any ktiul at Lam Compklat, from thavont kasdlot or Dripp6ia Is aommoa hiailirha. aU at vhiofe an th malt of a Ditntd bieer, . 7 TMUraria eoaof tM Mnefsimlatoiaerth hoaaa body, aa4 wbaa It parfonai ita fttaetkea wtt Ibaiowanof the tyrtMa ai folly atraloMd, Th KmmcA la abnoat tnUralr rVT devandaat aa tha beallkt aettaatrtbal r tba Urar for tb r- props tMrforaMixa at ta) 1 props prforoa at ha saab Is at fcmlt, Uw l haatioM. Whsotbostoaa. . ant at fault, and the whole rirraai suara ta Man . inav hftTiD etaaki to IU dutr. tortbadlaaaoMpHof that ortaa, eat of the aroyriotors kas load it hd (tBdr, In a praffUoo of mmm w wwj raaia, H IOBMS0lian4rWMa ith to ttmntaniak USan. ftaiaialliatiita St ebiohttUUabl. V'.., ., To arm that Ojtate-CQnnaiatbuttnniAant oaraoa ttOTblol with UTar'Jcoroplalat la any W lla4 aodartoraoUof that aart Wbjehmriol,bb(,-, Ht virtual of tb madl- lj also. Ikaai nuna khbam bflaUMlrpUoabealUiTK.Dnw of bU. Bm rtotaacH, auulng foi to dlmt will la, bMigoraUnt th blood, itrtns tea and O. Mirlfrini aT7, iwTiiif UM e M f & ""'t"w""-a aWUtotliwbolaaoli6 hw aradloal oar wltbont aT af th' Wnoato -f, 1 'offlcieo toW the fcod Iroa riaiac uA sear j one dot takea be- for , akhtmaia. isUriae prntt Onlvon Aom tatoa atW lh thboi; Mauy.aadttiw otUTa-iT' aM. aatly , aad taras ouUr- LIVER mm S-On4oof twotov. 'pooaafal wUl allrii uUnSlok-Hwdaeh. . h-H V," 7 " f, Ombottl takta fotfb. -malaokatrootio tuaowe tk aaow f th dlMaaa, hHaod MkM a forfwt our. Only on do tnunadl- atalr mm, Chglio.wMl uOn doM often iNMtad"" taa oiveani for Cholw Btotbiii. and a rrnt-tiraof Cholr. On do taata often (JU vLU pmaot tha nonrmu trbUlouattaoki,whilita nhtna all oaioii fa kfA, '' ,' ' - , WOnly on bottl hCSnewW tothrowootof th tjntaai Ui olfoclJ of awdt- 'mm 'eina kflar a kmf lictncoa, On bottl takea tor fyJ JannJIo remoTai all iA km) or oonatrl eolar f" from th kln. On don takaa a fhort Mt Urn bofor oattur gfra tlforto to appaUt and Vw'avikai food dlgoatvefi. T' vn to- oftaa nptatad -. ' euro, Chronio UarrlMM hi Ita wontfWBH, whUaUUnniBMr anV boiral aaat, plalnU yield abnoat to thy. Snitdoo., . . ( On or two omj our. g.attaolM wtuwd by won,u, wbil for womu la chilj. ri there la no lorar, e.7. v or ipoKMof remedf la th world, u it wr,.a Therelaaoaiagtwallon'ln thatatemaK:uy -an ylala aober Uu, that w ou iTidno to prow, whll all wh GQ It are lrii Ukw bum. . knoas brtiaant la IUT-f hm.- " TT-: Amooj th hundred. o Llror Hem!I now off rod to th pnbaa, thr ar boo w oao ao fullr teeoauaeod a Dr. anlord'a InTuroratof, o geoenll knowa now . throochoat th Vnlon. Toll preparaUoa la truly a Lixrr , Innifatttar, prododog tho nuel happy reeultaoa all be naait. Abnoat InnBmerabi eerMUttfl ban been r too , of th rat virtu of Uiie medJcln by tboee ol tie h i , n ataading ia aoeietr, and w know It to be th beat pmnuw Uoa now betor tl aublie.-urail Cnmy LkuxktcI. . ? 'J- '''.'.'' ma omouAaraaYrma. , : ' IAKIOBO 00., rtonrlatora, lit Bioadway'Kew Xotiu :NAME3 OF AGENTS.. k , M. L. MILLER, - .. , AO T rORSTKDBr.VILLE, ! Johiv I), PAUrt, Cir!f'; " ; Cro. ti. lvEVr.a,' r;uurg,.V.';i'j!t'6ais Agents;;,'.: .u'.;.'i may 13'57-Iy-Blily. ,rt';.t:c , ?