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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1858. HOME MATTERS. Caution. Noticb is hereby given, tint if any person shall hereafter put up, or cause to be put up, any poster, or hand bill on the coiner or. tide of the residence of the un dersigned, on Third and Adams Streets, the person so offending, will be prosecu ted to the full extent of the law. Z. RAOAN. Firemens' Parade. Far beyond the expectation of the mo sanguine, was the magnificent display of the Fire Companies of our city, on Sat urday last. , . At the appointed hour, ihe three com panies formed into procession, and march ed through the various streets specified in the programme formerly published. The ! Reliance" and " Phoenix," pie sented a most imposing appearance, in beautiful uniforms, with their Engines in complete order. The 76 is a new corn pany, just being organized, and should meet the favor of all. Wreathes almost without number, and of the most beautiful appearance, were presented to the different companies by the ladies, ns they passed along the streets and what was still more palatable to the "inner man," was the gift of some half dozen Pound Cakes, by Misses Russell and Boyer, on which the boys feasted to Horrible' Tragedy at Weston, Mo. Man Killed by a fyoman in defense of her tiusoana. One Saturday night, between 11 and 12 o'clock P. M., ths City Marshal of Weston was aroused from bed to go to a house on the northern extremity of Lea venworth street, by the report that a man had been probably killed. Ha promptly repaired to the stop, at tended by several of his friends. Here a horrible sight met their view. Sitting up in bed was a man by the name of Branhara, his face bruised tip, his shirt covered with blood, and bis young wife, a young and good looking woman, much distressed, and attending to his biuises. About twenty feet from the back door, in the gmden, lay the dead body of Hugh Wilson.his features scarcely recognizable, his forehead mashed in, and the blood and brains oozing out profusely, a large club by his side, with which the woman, wife of Braham, said she had done the deed in defense of her husband. The plain, simple story that the two told was, that Wilson (intoxicated) had forced the lock of the back door, had jerked Braham out of bed, and dragged him out into the garden. The wife flew to her husband's assistance with a club, and by dint of well directed blows, made of Wilson the most horrible corpso one could well look. A watch was placed over the dead body by the City Marshal; Squire Colman was sent for, the husband and wife taken into custody, and a jury of inquest summoned. The Crops and thb Weather. We have bad the best opportunities for view ing the crops in the South side counties between Richmond and Lynchburg. The wheat generally is thin and the heads small, particularly on unimproved lands, which, however, is no new thing, but where the fields are well cultivated the their hearts' content, with a wish of a J crop is an average one, though the season thousand blessings to rest on the fair do- has been too wet and cold to have given I it a fair ptianrtA. Tl vill ho raaAv in iiif. .... . tit i , . , . f lit me weawier continues as warm as ii vv nai auueu greauy to .ue miens u. nnw . . . nf . . f the display was the excellent music which ,he gej8 on the Appomattox look very ras discoursed at proper intervals. well. The corn crop generally is doing These organizations should be fostered very well, though that, like the season, is 4y a grea'er amount of liberality upon the ?na ine lira8- , 0D8.CC0 nM e,e" in anma limn nn.l IhJ nlonl 111 IHIIIII fit M part of the -City Fathers." A large S'hft'u proportion of the members are persons everywhere busy in the tobacco fields who have no property toemaeives, to early and late with the cultivator anu me protect, and yet, without pay, they stand hoe, weeding and nursing. Our planters ready, at the tap of thebell, to fly into ac'Pa" ;8fak "T . u A J' r J I r.lonlifiil hut nnf ohitnHant In ohol torfiri and i . i .j .,i. - ft.;. Announcement. We are aulhoriied to say that S. L. Wads woara, Eqr., of Columbiana county, is a Candidate for the nomination for Congress, to represent the Slst Congressional District of 0 bio subject to the will of the Republican Convention of said district. June 16 XTTor the special advantage of all concerned, we give general notice, that Benjamin Piarcb, 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. XyEvery man of Genius, Taste, Re finement and Good Breeding, desires to be thought well of by the World and the rest of Mankind. This disposition is the natural cause which keeps men honest, and prompts them to the exercise of a laudable ambition j hence the desire to be approved of, which suggests to many the proper subject of " Dress and Appear ance." To look well, we must be well dressed t to be well dressed, one must have good olothes ; to get good clothes at greatly reduced prices, the ureat Mam moth Clothing Establishment of Mat Si Rothchild is THE PLACE, my 12. A Rare Chance for. Smokers. A good dry article of Common Cigars, can be bad at the establishment of Mr. Sam uel L. Sharp, on south side of Market street, a few doors above the Jefferson Branch Bank, at the exceedingly low price of $2,00 per thousand. Call soon, if yon would secure a good and cheap article.. Notice to Electors. IN PURSUANCE of an act of the Gene- 1 ral Assembly of the State oC Ohio. pas ed April 12th. 1858. To amend an act pas sed April I5tb 1852, entitled " an act for me assessment ana taxation oi an proper ty in this State, and for levying taxes thereon according to its true value in mo ney:" the Commissioners at their June session, proceeded to divide said county into districts, as follows: Each township except Bteubenville to be a separate district 1 That part of Steubenvillo township out side City limits, to constitute a separate district; The city of Steubenville divided into two districss as follows : 1st District To comprise the Sd and and 4th wards of said city, being that part of city lying north of Market street. 2d District To comprise 1st and 2d wards, being that part of city lying south of Market street. The Qualified Electors of Jefferson coun ty, O., are hereby notified that they are required at the October election, 1853, to elect some citizen of each district, having the qualifications of an elector, as assessor of real property, within Buch district. By Order ofCommissioners, je23-2t J. S. LOWE, Aud. Jeff. Co. DIED. On Sunday the 20th inst., at 5 o'clock A. M. Samuel Hunter Jr., from the effects of a scald received at the batting estab lishment of Messrs Worthington the 16th inst., in the 21st. year of his age. danger, for the protection of the lives property of others. It is a shame that they Bhould be reqtired, to any extent, to do this at their own expense. There ehquld be aa appropriation forthwith made, from the city treasury to pay for the uniforms of the two companies alrea dy equipped, and an additional sum suf ficient to purchase uniform for the 70. Such an investment would be quite as profitable as that of rail road stock ; and much more in accordance with the prin ciples of common justice. . At least such is our view of the matter. ("Rich. Enq. Proper use of the Worm). God hath not taken all that pains in forming, and framing, and furnishing, and adorning this world, that they who were made by Him to live in it should despise it; it will be enough if they do not love it so ira moderately, as to preler it belore Uim who made it. The Reion of Art. In this wonder ful age, Art lays her master touch on al most everything. The ceilings over us . I J .1. . . 1 t L-ll 1 Horticultural Exhibition. This ana lu carpets w . 8 niwa . ku A. of Art ttrinfta tra roilurotr thrAtlffh I ,!f..l J: 1- -f f...:.o flt..,... ,! "J ' muuo . ...,uu6u OeatllllUI Uiopiav fi imiw i.wyto.., auu ..,:. .J ,v J. ,t.. , 4 i 1,110 iiiuuubaiito am mo muui iunng uv vegitables, came on at nugore Hall on machjnes of wood and iron, to act as if Wednesday and Thursday of last week, with knowledge, and annihilates space Thn Exhibition was a uite creditable to with lightning tamed down to the lute ... I Ia1sa ft a ltT 1Jf (linn is inn Inff tt fnr .nr. oitr. Thn tin was handsome v ,tuiD '--b - . a ' her touch and nothing too humble. A decorated wttn wreames aa uowe nrnnfnf ihi. nlrf conviction, iusi M . . TM. I . . . " - arranged with nne lasie. i ue upacioua faljea uniJer our notice, in the shape ot a hall was densely crowded, and all seemed Cathartic Piu, from the Laboratory of . k-.i,i, .ioi;twel nn tlm nrcasinn. that world renosned Chemist uocu j. u -b"V ""6 , m. U kit laiI in irmman. AibKi , . m , I XI WD UllUCIOdOlIU tilt OV4ILJ VW 1IU uoo dation of the executive committee, for the . . . . , h f th Derfection pains taken by its members to so arrange 0r which it is capable. Instead of em the hall as to make the exhibition one ol ploying Drugs in its composition, as we great attraction. At r"per intervals hare always thought the necessary and music was discoursed in sweetest strains to the great delight of all present. ( . XX Flour Thomas Gorsueh, Mar tr-t. street, above 6th. has lust received a only way, be has with consummate skill extracted the virtues of the medicine to be employed and combined them alone in their purity together. 1 he composi tion is then mixed and rolled by machin- orn anrl itenm nnwer into a nnheriod nil! supply of Malvern's Flour ; also a choice wych jg wrappe(i n Rn envelope of gela lot of Flonr made of selected wheat at J. tine, for protection from the effects of ilindraan's Mill, also a fresh supply of weather or time, and then thickly coated unbolted Flour made of selected while 8g. o serve as i passpori over wheat; he has on hand other brands of v veIfecion they are offered to the Bragg's Arctic Liniment. rp II I S incomparable Liniment, upon which the great roasa ot tne afflicted or all lands now rely for relief from the pangs of Rheumatism; Neuralgia, Uout,hrysipela8, Uan cer, Scrofula, Spiains, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, and all cutaneous diseases, is rapidly super seding all similar preparations. 1 be propri etors give for the encouragement of pufferers, the following memorandum of a few of the wonderful cures effected by it during the past few months. Uertincates trora the parties na maA ATA in the Dossession of the croDrietors. but their length precludes tne publication of all but a few. One Bottle Triumphant. Mrs. Moffit, No. 345 Morgan Street, St Lou in. having suffered for three years with Rheu mst.inm. unit tried manv Dreoarations without effect, was cured by one fifty cent bottle of Arctic Liniment. PITY THE LITTLE CHILDREN. A little daughter of Mrs. Lee, residing on Lake street, Chicago, was scalded all oyer by the upsettiug'of a kettle of boiling water. The Arctic Liniment was applied according to the directions, and the fire was instantly extract ed, and in a few days the little sufferer was well. RESTORED TO BEAUTY. Mrs. George K. Tyler, Canal street. N, 0. had long suffered from a painful and disflgur ing eruption on the lace, and by the use of one bottle of the Liniment was cured, aud res to. red to her original beauty. A Horrible Tumor. Eugene Mallory, Hatches, was three years the victim of a horrible tumor on the necK, which resisted all remedies until he tried th e Arctic Liniment. Three bottles cured bim in few weeks. WONDERFUL CURE. Mrs. Bedford, Mobile, was confined to her couch for three years with numb palsy, and after being iu despair from the failure of all other remedies, was cured by the Arctic lin iment, la a little over a month. AN EXPLOSION. Memphis, Tenn. , Nov. 28th, 1857. I hereby certify, that having been badly. bruised and' scalded by the explosion of a Steam Boiler, a friend induced me to try Braee's Arctic Linimeut. The smart was in stantly extracted from the scalds, and in a very short time, all the pain was gone from the bruises. In two weeks 1 was well, and able to resume mv business. Hknrt Havkrrkill. residence, j acason street. THE BLIND SEE!' Flour : also an assortment of mill feed, Corn Meal, Corn, and Oats. Gorsueh warrants all his Flour to be what he re presents it. ' Call and see and you will find the pri ces to suit the times. ' . "Thb Fruiter." This is the title of ft very neat, and well edited monthly, Flour, extra, $ bbl published in the city of New York, by Henry & Huntington, at 91 per anum No. 1, Spruce street It will be fonnd to be a valuable adver tising medium, and to deserve a' liberal nutrnnntro. Thn nublisliers stato it to be Pork. S their wish to exchange with all the pub- " e' iisbere in the United Slates, and to this " sugar cured.. ml realist All who have not received ?rh?1 -- i v em, w u.... their Monthly, to forward to them a copy Mutton ft . i 1 I .itili Ta filial of their publication Public at less than one cent each. How ever humble the department, we think this may be safely characterized as the consummation of Art in its line. I Morn ing News, Bait. stettbeitville retail mas kit. True American Office, ? Steubenville,' June 23. .$5.00 An Sniwrfiiifl. 19 bbl 4.50 RntUr. onnA table. V9 1C Cheese, new milk.fe ft I2t Ekcb, 30 dox lu Beef, by the quarter, ..$5,&U7,00 " fresh. Wlb own ' corned " " 89c dried 18c 7Bc lOo 12M " sugar cured lbc Shoulders and Sides. 1012c 67c ...................... WWuV Lamb quarter ..5075o Lard f ft 1212, Chickens, each..... 1518i Wood, per cord,. $22,50 GROoiam. Sugar, brown, J? ft.... 10c " crushed. n jc Coffee, old J ava. 19 ft '8c " Rio " 14c lea. vnnncr hvson. 19 ft 50c81 black, oolong " ouius It is known to our citizens, as well as to many In the country, that Mr. David Turner, formerly of 8d street, has pur chased the Norton House, on South 4th itreeti where he now resides We had both read and heard much of the re-construction, and great improvement of the interior of this building, by Its pre- sent proprietor s but it was not until by the politeness of Mr. T., we accepted an ' invitation, the other evening, to give him . .. . i . u.. , i.. a call, that we naa any correct iuuh vi i 'present splendor. We very whether there can bo found a hoaae better arranged for the purposes oniy remedy ever discovered for curing Bpi to which It is amlied. than is tho Turner lepsyor Jfainng rits, House. We 'ehall not attempt to give a These pills possess a specific action on jhe description of it at th'a time. Tliat which owede'ialljr for curi6. fitg they will be most interests tho nubile is. the fact, that round of especial benefit for all persons afflict- . - i ... . i - . ed wun weas nerves, or w nose nervoui system TITS! FITS)! FITS 111 HANOI'S VKOITABLK EZTBACT E P ILEPTIC PILLS , For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and all Nervous and Constitutional Diseases. much doubt, pERSONS who are laboring under this In thn State. distressing malady will find H NOK'S in me maw, yEQET ble EPILEPTIC PILLS to be the at this house there are table accommoda tions of the richest quality, and prepared in the yery best style. ,' Ice Cream, Straw' berries and Cream, together with all the . delicacies and luxuries connected with a Saloon of the first class.. In another de ; partment of his spacious establiahraent, ' Sir. Turner has a variety store, where con '. ftifitSnncries. toys.1 &o. &c, are to be ob tained upon the most reasonable terms. hat been prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever, in chronic complaints, or diseases of long standing, superinduced by nervousness, they are exceedingly Denenciai Price three dollars per box, or two boxes for five dollars. Persons out of the oity enclosing a remittance, will have the puis sent to them through the mail, free of postage. . For sale by 8ETH S. IIANCE, No. 108 Baitmobs - ... STaan, Baltimore, Md., to whom orders from Give him a call t you cannot be better ac- J all parts of ths Colon must be addressed, post comraodftted elswuere. -paia. NEJF ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice to Bridge-Builders. TVOTICE is hereby given, that sealed proposals will be received at the Au ditor's office in Jefferson county, until Thursday, July dth, 1658, at 1 o'clock, p. m., for the re-building or the bridge re cently blown down, over Yellow Cieek, at Hammondsville, at which time the contract for said work will be awarded to the low est and beet bidder. Successful bidders required to give sat isfactory security. The plans and specifications, can be seen at the Auditor's office in Steubenville, on and after June 25th 1858. By order of County Commissioners, J. 8. LOWE, je23-td Aud. Jeff. Co. Attachment Notice. Arnold H. Dohrman 4 William B. Collier, late partners in the name ol Dohrman Collier plaintiffs vs Isaac W.Camp bell defendant : BEFORE John 8. Patterson, a Justice nf thn Pes cp fnr S'pnhpnui lln Tnwn. ship, Jefferson county Ohio. On the 15th day or June, A. V. ISoiJ, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action, for the sum of one hundred and 'sixty-four dollars ; and said cause is hereby set for hearing, on Friday, August t), A. I). 1S.W, at 8 o'clock, A.M., by said Justice. WM. B. COLLIER. je 23-3t ' SPECIAL NOTICES- Attachment Notice. William H. Burk, Plaintiff, vs. John C Campbell, Defendant. . TIEFOItE John S. Patterson, a Justice of the Peace, for Steubenville town ship, Jefferson county, Ohio. On the 17th day of June, A. V. 18D8. said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action, for the sum of forty four dollars and eighty cents ; and said cause is hereby set for hearing on Tues day, August 10th, A. 1). ma, at V o'ciock a. m. WILLIAM H. BURK. je23-3t THE LIVES INyiGORATOR. PREPABKD BTf . 8AHIOHO, - Compounded Entirely from GUMS IS ONE OF THE BEST PURGA- I TIVE and LIVER MEDICINES now be fore the public. These GUMS re move all morbid or bad matter from the' lystera, supplying in their place a healthy flow of bile, invigor ating the btomach, causing food to di gest well, ruaivTiNQ THKBLooD,givingtone and health to the whole machinery, re moving the cause ol the disease effect ing a radical cure. Biuiocs attacks are cured, and, what is better, prevented, by .L. ;!-i .... .r the Liver Invigora-w" tor. " Webstkr Cirr, Iowa, Nov. 9th 1857. Da. Bbaoo. Dear Sir t For more than three years I have been afflicted with inflamed eyes in an aggravated degree, and tried various Physicians and nostrums, to no effect : I was induced by Dr. Baum. to try the Arctic Lini ment, nd in two months was nearly well. My little daughter was afflicted in the same manner lor ine same uujb, aim aunng por tion of the time was entirely blind in one eye. I applied your valuable Liniment, aud her eyes are now perfectly sound. Thus have I, with one twd-bitt-bottle, cured my daughter's eves and my own. besides curing the rheuma tism in my back. I would not be without vour invaluable remedy in my house. Yours . TIT-- Tt tTUiy. " IVUBSELL. wot . m i . r n .n.flr weoster uuv. lowa. no v. j. icai. I hereby certify, that I am well acquainted with William KusseU, and with the astonish- Ing cures he mentions, and know his state ment to be sinewy true J. J. WADswoara, r. M. Webster uity GOOD FOR ANIMALS. This invaluable Liniment is also equally . i i . r efficacious in curing ins aweasen oi uiiuai as witness the following certificate : Messrs. J. ib A. Arnot, and Lynch, Arnot A Co., keep the two largest uvery stables in tne west, and are generally known throughout the Uni ted States. Sr. Loms. Dec 23d. 1857. We the undersigned. : bavins- used Dr. Braee's Arctic Liniment for a number of months, cheerfully testify to its superior effi cacy in curing the diseases of horses ; so well are we sausnea oi ui arctic ueiug wo ubbi Liniment made, that we would use no other. We keep and have kept for a uumber of years extensive livery stables in this city, and con sequently our experience about horses and their diseases is area., ana we unnesitaungiv say, that the Arctic Liniment is the only one we have ever touna always inracnvs. we cordially recommend it to all livery stable . , .. t 1 Keepers ana oiners saving me care oi noraea i rf tt A. A KNOT, Lynch & Aknot, Chestnut street CAUTION. Many Drussists having old liniments on band, will try to sen mem to you as tne oesi, but do Vou positively refuse to purchase them. ABk for BaAao's Aacric Liniment, and take no other. , Liberal Proposition The proprietors agree to furnish each pur chaser of a dollar bottle, with a free subscrip tion to the U. 8. Journal, for one year, ibis is one of the beBt N. Y. illustrated papers. certifi cate enti tling the holder to the benefit -of this proposition. Is enclosed in the wrapper aroand every dollar bottle. The Arctic Lini ment ia nut ud in 25 ceut, 50 cent, and tl bottles. The 50 ceut and. l bottles coutaiu from 50 to 100 per cent, more Linjment in pro portion to their coat, and are the cheapest. rprsaleby BttAUU a uuiutuni-a, ."' ' Sole otoorietors. St. Louis, Mo ' An agent is wanted in every town and vil lage. Applications must aiwaya oe accomp a led by responsible references. Only one dose ta ken before retiring, prevents the NIGHT MARE. Only one dose ta. ken at night losens the bowels gonuy, and cures Cobtivc-nkss. One dose taken af ter each imeal will cure DYSPEPSIA. One dose of two tea spoonsful will al ways relieve HEADACHE, ' Only one dose im mediately relieve a Henmg a Melvin, Agents for Steubenville, msyittw . One dose often re peated is a Bure cure for Cholera Mobbus, and a preventive of Cholera. Only one bottle is necessary to throw out of the system the effects of medicine after a long sickness One boitle taken for Jaun dice removes all 8allownesa or un. natural color from the skin. One dose taken a short time before eat ing gives vigor to the appetite and makes the food digest well. One dose oiten re peated, cures Chron 10 Diarhcea in its worst form, while SuHMta and Bowel Complaints yield al most to the first dose A few bottles will cure Dbopst by ex citing the absorbents, We take pleasure in recommending the medicine as a preven tive for Favia and M AUU, VUIU. IH, J (and all Fevers of a Billious Type. I' op erates with certainty and thousands are willing to testify to its wonderful yirtues Ohio State and Union law College, rpilIS Institution has been removed to Cleveland. Ohio. Decrees are legally con ferred, and Students upon graduating, may be admitted to practice. For Circulars ad dress, at Cleveland M. A. KINO, dec 2357 t Secretary GOOD MEDICINES. It is estimated that Aria's Cbebbt Pectobal and Catcabtio Pais have done more to promote the public health, than any other one cause. There can be no question that Cherry Pectoral has by lis thousand on thousand cures of Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Croup, Influensa, Bronchitis Ac, very much reduced the pro. portion of deaths from consumptive diseases in this country. The Pills are as good as the Pectoral and will cure more complaints. Everybody needs more or ltss pnrging. Purge the blood from its impuritits, Purge the bowels. Liver and the whole visceral sys tem from obstructions. Purge out the diseases which fasten on tha body, to work its decay But for diseases wo should die only of old. age. Take antidotes early and thrust it from the system, before it is yet too strong to yield. . Ayers Pills do thrust out disease, not only while it is weak but when it has taken a stron g hold. Read the astounding statements of those Who have been cured by them from dreadful Scrofula, Dropsy, Ulcers, Skin Dis eases. Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Dyspepsia. Internal Pains, Billious Complaints, Heart burn, Headacha, Oout, and many less danger ous but still threatening ailments, such as pimples on the face, Worms, Nevous Instabil ity, Loss of Appetite.Irregulahties, Dizziness in the head, Colds, Fevers, Dysentery, and indeed every variety of complaints for which a Purgative Remedy ia required. These are no random statements, but are authenticated by your own neighbors and your own Physicians. Try them once, aud you will never bo with out them. Price 25 eta. per box 5 Boxes for $1,00. Prepared by Dr J C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Sold by Hen ing dt Melvin, Steubenville. aprll 28 2m TO MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS SB. BBAGG'S VIRGIN PILLS. THE essential ingredient of this valuable remedy is not new, but is well known to the medical schools or France andUermany, and has been employed by the females of the principal courts oi Europe, and by an me most distinguished physicians in this speciality for the last ten years. My motive is not to offer any patent discovery, but simply to present to the mothers and daughters of our own land a simple bnt sure remedy for those diseases to which they are naturally subjected, in such a form as should obviate the necessity of those medical consultations, which are justly looked upon by women as a violation of their most sacred feelings, and to avoid which they often risk the most fearful conseauonces. I have tberetore prepared this specinc in the neat and simple form of a pill, and put it up in small, flat boxes, which can safely be sent any distance by mail in a common envel ope. ach box is accompauied with full di reetions and explanations, enabling every woman to understand her own case and the proper treatment and the proper time. - Ihe Virgin Pills possess such powerful penetrating properties that none of the diseas es within tne range of their action can with stand or evade them. They cleanse, purify and invigorate every portion of the female organism, correcting its diseased action, and restoring tu nealtby function, They etlecl a certain cure for falling of the womb, whites, painfnl suppression and irregular menstrua tion, diseases oi pregnancy, an nervious com' plaint caused by disordered uterine organs. weaknesses, 4c, the symptoms of which are fully exDlained in the directions. For any of the diseases of the treproductive organs, they may be taken at all times, excep ting during the earlier stages of preg 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 health, quickly rising iu the cheek of pallor, will at once convince the patient of their effect. 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 the risk of the sub scriber. DR. A. O. BRA0G, may 12:58 Saiut Louis, Mo. CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. of every style. To durability and lightness of construction particular attention will be paid. Orders executed with promptness. Sulkies for sale. Repairing done on reasonable terms. Shafts and wheels made of Eeastern timber. also : Eastern Carriages (two seats.one horse.) and Farm wagons with Improved Box, tor sulo. A few second baud Farm Wagons on baud, which will be sold low. Also a superior lot of Harness. Purchasers are invited to rive him a call as his cash prices are extremely low. A limited credit on good paper will be given if desired. , myiflyoa.p. and Cheap. CASH STORE. - rt 1 GL 01 1 HALSTED Is now selling a large and complete stock of BOOTS AND SHOES. at Tory low prices. june2,'&8 3m pd MEDICAL SiC. JUST RECEIVED 40 Hogsheads N. O. Sugar, and for sale by June lb u. T. Holiowat & Uo, CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. JOHN MURPHY. Corner of Fourth and Washington Streets STBCBBNVILLK, O. IWOULD respectfully inform the public V that he is now engaged in lianufactur- ng Great Attraction on Third Street i NEW STOCK AND FRESH ARRIVAL of Sprin? & gammer Dry Goods. QARRETT has received, direct from Philadelphia, and has opened at his old Stand. Third street, an unusually lave and extraordinary cheap stock of Dry Goods, which for style and quality, are not to be surpassed, if equalled, in Steubenville, Consisting in part of a largo and elegant assortment of RICH. FANCY DKES3 SILKS, Rich black silk, figured and striped, rich plain black silks, rich fancy silks of the newest ityles, rich printed Bareges, rich organdie Lawns, Challies, Crape de Espanees, Lawns, Chintzes, etc. SHAWLS AND MANTLES, Broche bordered Stella Shawls, printed border ed stella Shawls, Canton crape Shawls. NEEDLE WORK, Handsome sett Collar and Sleeves, very rich real French work Collars, embroidered linen handkerchiefs, jaconet and Swiss edgings in sertings, and flouncings. Piquet Cloth for Basques, dollars and Sleove9, French and English lirilliants, Jaconets nair.sooks, Mulls, Swiss. Victoria Lawns, etc. plain, plaid, striped and figured. HOSIERY. A full and complete assortment. HUN NETS, English Straw Bonnets, Ribbons aud Flowers of the latest spring styles. GOODS FOR MEN & BOYS WEAR, Black, Blue, Green, Drab and Olive Cloths and Cashmerctts, plaid, plain and striped Cassi meres, 1 weeds,filenno,Mankinett, Uassimeres, linen and cotton pant stuffs, etc. DOMESTICS, The largest stock in town Merrimao and Co checo prints, bleached Muslins, unbleached aheetini'S, etc. As the above goods were purchased at mo ney panic and commercial pressure prices and also embrace a lurire stock to select from Dersons wishin&r to buy eood. cheap, fush lonabie and substantial goods, win totiow tne crowd and go to UAittim ra may b, oa Colic, while All who use it art giving their unani mous testimony t u favor. Mix water in the mouth with the In vigorator and swallow both together. RICE ONE DOLLAK l'EK BUT TLE. DR. SAKFORD.'Pro'prietor, No. 345, Broad way, Mew lor Retailed by all Druggists. Sold also by IIenino & Melvin, M. L. Miller, tune 23'88:ly Steubenville, O. LIGHTNING BOSS. rpHE SUBSCRIBER, would respect fnllv announce to the citizens of Jeffer son, Belmont, Harrison and adjoining coun ties, that he ia extensively engaged in the - - r BAWfnsvwWM Ann 1 manufacture or muutbiwu kuub, ana -is now prepared to furnish and put them up with the ' GENUINE FRANKLIN POINTS, wh ich have stood the test nearly a hundred vears. The rods are of an inch in diame ter, being twice the sice of those generally peddled through the country, and ttrmiy nxed I 1 1... !...il.lnM U. 1... kun an rm . ged in the business for 17 years and warrants . w r .ii n tirTtv rr oiim un AJjli Ilia Ytyja.sk. iu oi&nv He also cautions the public against persons who have been cutting up inferior rods in his name. He intends passing through the adja cent counties the coming summer to fill engage ments and will be prepared to accommodate those wishing this great protection. Terms Twenty cents per foot, including everything, or by ths job. For particulars or contracts, address REESE 3. IMITU, Mountpleasant, Jefferson county, O, . - GEORGE W. McKANCE, Agent. June 9, '58-3m. . . A Card to the Ladies. Dr. Dupon co's uolden f emale mis are iniainnie in removing stoppages or irregularities of the mensua These pills are nothing new, but have been used by the Doctor tor many years, both in France and America, with unparalleled success in every case, and he is urged by many thousand ladies who have used them to make the pills public, for the alleviation of those suffering from any ir regularities whatever, as well as a prevent tative to those ladies whose health will 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. rrlce one dollar; sold wholesale by M. L. MIL LER, Third streo steubenvile . General Agent for Jefferson (Jo. U. 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-office. H.U. Ur. Duponco n Uolden 1'Uls, oig- niature J. Duponco on every box none other genuine. For particulars get Cir cuar of Agents. aug.lftf DUNLAP & COBLE, ARE now receiving a heavy stock of Spring (roods bought expressly to suit the times. We invite attention to our complete assortment of .Ladies Dress uoods, Hhawis Mantles, Scarfs, Bonnets, Ribbons, Parasols 7 rimtnings of all kinds ; togother with CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS tnd a full assortment of Summer Goods, for Men and Boys, Housekeeping Goods, Fancy articles, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes ; we continue to manufacture to order clothing of every description. This with our well known GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT. enables us to offer great inducements to all who favor us with their patronage. All kinds of produce bought aud 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 4 COBLE, april 28:58-6mo. - 8teubenvillu Ohio. NEW CARPETS. OAfA YARDS of Carpets OUUlf Superior Styles at prices to suit the times, just received and lor sale at 25 per cent leas than former prices, at DUNLAP & COBLE'S Dry Goods and Grocery Store, corner of fourth and Adams streets steubenville, Ohio. april 28:58 6mo. , CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! E. FR0HMAN &C0., RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the public generally that their new stock of clothing for the Spat ho and Sumiea m 1 i . . . 1 LI. 1. 1 1 Trade, raanuiacturea lonne omuuenvine iiiur- et at their wholesale establishment al Cin- nnati. has iust arrived. It is larger and more varied, and embraces finer articles than usual. The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vests and ats and'Cans for men and boys, handker chiefs, Cravats. Gloves, hose. Shirts, and a full stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Garnet sacks. Umbrellas. Ac. FaoHMAR s KX. also Keep on nana a tail stock of Cloths, and Vestinga, and manufac tures clothing to order, on short notice, at pri ces that will be satisfactory to purchasers, fits warranted. Thankful for the very liberal patronage here tofore extended to us. We ask for a continu ance of it, aud beg to assurt-the public that it will be our constant aim, by dealing honora bly, to deserve it We may be found at the south east corner of Market and Third Ma Give us a call. apr 14'53 E. FROHMAN CO. 8chool Examiners' Notice to Teachers. Examinations wm be held a foi- lows: Ia 8teub6nville, on Saturday, June 26th, 1858, .Beginning in each promptly at Nina o'olock By'orderofthe Board. i JACOB N. DESELLEM, ClerV.. . BtecbenvUle, June 9th, 1858-td. CLARKE'S FEMALE FILLS. THEGREA T ENGLISH REMEDY PREPARED FROM A PRESCRIPTION OF SIR J. CLARKE, M. O., PHYSICIAN EX TJtAORDINART TO THE O.DEKN. WIIIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in ilia Aura nf all tlinaA ftlinfiil nA An. 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. It will in a short time bring on the monthly period with regularity Each bottle, price one dollar, bears the Gov ernment Stamp of Great Britian, to prevent coumerieita. ' 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 ; out at every other time and in every 'other case they re periectiy sale. Hole Agents for this country. : JOB MOSES, late L O. Baldwin, Rochester, N. B. $1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any authorised agent, will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. ' For sale wholesale and retail by Hen Ing & Melvjn, Steubenville, O., and by Druggists genelalv . ' declO li DAINT BRUSHES, improved styles A also a good lot of wall, counter and dusting brushes. IIenino &sMbivin. . april 288. ' , -' THE E'EATEST- LiliDlUUD OP THE AGE. TR. KENNEDY.of Roxbury,hM die - covered in one of our Com mo at weeos a remedy that cures ... EVERY KINDOFnUMOR. from the worst scrofula down to a common pimple. . . i He has tried It tn nvnr 1100 mum. n.l failed except in two easel, both thnnd. . humor.) He hna now in bin n.uiSMi8inn.nvar one hundred certificates if its value, all wiunn twenty miles of Bonton. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nnrsinr sore mouth. Oue o three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. , Two or three bottlH w!Tl rlr lh ,i of biles. , . . Two bottles are warmntml tn canker in the mouth or stomach. Three to five boltlne are warranted to enre . the worst case of Erysipelas, One tO tWO 'jottlea ara wimntnif tn ... .Tl ' kind humor In the eyes. Two bottles are warranted to cure running .. of the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted tn Hum " corrupt and running ulcers. um Doitio win cure scaly cruptior.sof tha skin. Two or throe bottles ara wnrrnll in ' the worst kind of ringworm. Two or three oottles are warranted to cure -' the most desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to cure salt rheum. Five toeight bottles will cure the worst eaa ' ol scrofula. . A benefit ia always experienced from the first bottle, and perfect cure ia warrant.! when the above quantity is taken. Koxbubt, mass. ' Da Madam : The reoutation of tha MhH. ' ' leal Discovery, in curing all kid of humors,1 is so well established by the unanimous voico of all who have ever used it, that I ueed not ' say anything on the subject, as the most skill full physicians and the most careful Drug gists ia the country are unanimous iu its praise. In presenting the Medical Discovorv to your notice, I do it with a full knowledge of iw curative power, in rcieaving all, and cur- ing most of those diseases to which you are unfortionatly bo liable. That most excruci ating disease to an affectionat-j mother. NUKSINU SORE MOUTH. is cured as if by a miracle j your own temper is restored to its natural sweetness, and your babe from short and fretful naps to calm and sweet slumbers ; and the Medical Discovery . becomes a fountain of blessing to your hus band and household In the more advanced states of ' CANKER it extends to, the stomach, causing ' - ' ' DYSPEPSIA, i which Is nothing but canker on the stomach ; then to the intestines and KIDNEYS,: creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an In- dinerence even to the cares ol your family. A our UlAJUItU. Il IB RAW AND INFLAMED, your food distresses you, and you can only i-Bue cerutiu ainas, and eveu oi tnat your systom does not get half the nourishment it contains as the acrimonous fluid of the can ker eats it up ; then your complexion loses its bloom and becomes sallow or greeuish, and your best day is gone. For want of nour-, isument your system becomes. loose and nab- by, and the fibres ot your body become relax-' ed. Then follow a train of diseases which the Medical Discovery is peculiaily adapted to O UK E ; Palpitration of the heart, pain in the side, weakness of the spine and small of the dock, . pain in the hip joint when you retire, irregu larity of the bowls, and also, that most excru ciatiug of diseases, the V 1 L E S . How many thousands of poor wonen ara suffering from this disease and pining away a miserable life, and their next door neighbor " does not know the cause. I wish to impress '' on your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce of prevention is better than a pouud of cure." In the MEDICAL DISCOVERY you have both the preventative and tho cure, wun this ureat and good quality, that il wilt never uuder any circumstances, do you any lu- no cnange or diet ever necessary eat the best you get aud enough of it. Dikkction Foa esc Adults one table spoon ful per day Children over ten years dessert spoopful children from five to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions eaula aimli- cableto all constitutions, taken suffloieolta operate on the bowels twice a day. . xoura truly, DONALD KMfNEDT, Price $1.00 per bottle. For sale wholesale and retail by R. D. MORRISON, HENING & MELVIN, and M. L. MILLER, Steubenville. Ohio. aiigaO.-ly. - Cheap and Fashionable Clothing; 1 1 1 JONES H0FMAYER, WHOLESALE AND EMAIL PKALEE III ALL KINP8 OF FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, Market treet, three doors above Fourth st., Steubenville, Ohio. THE BEST ASSOBTHEMT Or REAPT-MADE C10TH1NO, BATS AND CAPS CVEE OmaED IN STEGBENVIUE. THE UNDERSIGNED has just re ceived and is adding weekly to his 1 arsre and general assortment of Ready Made Clothing, the latest styles as they come out, to which he directs the attention of his friends and the public, assuring them that he is pre pared to sell every description of goods, at prices lower than has ever oeen purchased in this section of the state. In point of style, quality or durability, bis goods cannot oe ex celled in this or any other western market. His prices are uniform, and the puoue rosy eel connoent inaiiiieywiu at aii uiuo aiva Ilia wnrth nf tbmr monev. ' .'-. It w 11 be tn iha interest or all. 10 can anq examine before purchaaiog elsewhere, as his rlnthinir ia made to order, ne is satisfied that he is able to sell better gooos at tower price than any house in tne oiiy. J. HOFMAYER. Market St, three doois above Fourth, Steubenville. apr 1458 HOWARD ASSOCIATION PHIADELPHIA, A Benevolent Institution, established by spe cial endowment for tne relief of the aick 'and distressed, afflicted with Viru lent and Epidemic disease, , . rpO ALL PERSONS afflicted with Sex x ual Diseasea such as Spermatorrhea, Sem inal Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhtsa, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, or Self Abuse, &c.',&c ' ' 1 The Howard Association, In view of the awtul destruction of human life, caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions prae used upon the unfortunate victims of such lseases by Quacks, severs! years ago di rected their Consulting Surgeon, as a Char itable Act worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment ot tliisciasa of diseases, in all their forms, and to give Medical Advice uratls.to all who applf by letters, with a description of their condi tion, (age, occupation, habits of life, Ate.,) and in cases of extreme poverty, to Fur nish Medicines f ree ot Charge, It ia needless to add that the Association corn ' mands the highest Medical skill of the age, and win turnisn ine most approved modern treatment. . . : 1 ' ; - The Directors, on a view of the past, feel assured that their labors tn this sphere ot benevolent eltort, have been or 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. .. i : Just Published by the Association, & Re port on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weak ness, the Vice of Onanism, Masturbation gr aelf-abue, and other diseases ot 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 It. Calhoun, Consulting surgeon. Howard Association, No 3 south ISiuta street, Philadelphia, Pa. : . V , ! By order or tho Uireotors. i : ,'.'v Goorge Fairchild, secretary, oct. 7, ' Ezra D Heartwell, President. T ADIES DRESS GOODS The tar M vest and most fashionable stock ever opened in this market, and at lower prices at uovohsbtt uao, oct 3I-tl ' ' - i :-: I O BARRELS .Linseed Oil, in store A and for sale at the lowost cash price by Hkniso Ac Melvir. apri!28:58. : ' , PERFUMERY. New and handsome styles, of the y arises Afperfnm-, ry latel receircd, and lor su'.o. tt tha Drug Emporium of dec 8 Iliwma A aIkltin.