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PR I NCI PL E S OF TIIE AMEEICAN COUITCIL OF THE CITY of SUubenville, Ohio. Wi wnoss names are hereunto subscribed, do hcrby adopt, and agree to be governed in oar political action, by the following princi ples : 1st. None but Americans to rule America ; 2d. The Union must be preserved. 3d. No Foreign raterfeience in American No union of Church and State. Inviolability of National Treaties. Personal morality iudispensible to of- affairs 4th, 5th, 6th, co. 7th. An open Bible without note or com ment, in all our public schools. 8th, Thorough reform of the Naturalization Laws. 9th A capitation tax that will exclude for eign paupers and convicts. 1 Olh. No appointment of foreigners on dip lomatic posts. 11th. Strict economy in the administration of the Government. 12th, No interference with the right of citi senship already acquired by foreigners, and the protection of law to all.who immigrate from love of liberty, but uncompromising op position to Political Catholicism, whether in the person of an American demagogue, or a lureigu x.ciesiasiicai fcspui. Died. On Wednesday, the 13th insU, at his residence in Cross Creek township, this county, ot di.betis, Mr. Henry Oli ver, an oU and highly respected citizen, in the 62nd year or his age. steubenville ketail maeket. ' True American Office,? SUubenville, Oct, 20. Flour.estra.f obi 6,00 do supernne, ftwi a.uu B utter, (rood table, lb 18 Cheese, new milk, lb... t2)4c Eggs, W dos " 8 Seef, by the quarter, '. 5,50(57,00 fresh, Ib, , B12 rnrnpd ' Hi9 dried " " 18c Pork,$ B 78c " salted, lb 10e Hams. 13 ft 12V sugar cured 16c Shoulders and Sides .- 1012c Veal, $ H 67c Mutton $ ft 58c Lamb quarter 5075c Lard f ft 1212)c Chickens, each, 15ltic Wood, per cord $22,50 Sugar, brown, "m ft 10c " crushed, j n ioc Coffee, old Java, f ft 18c mo v iic speciIln1)tices. SHERIFFS SALE. BY VIRTUE of Execution No. 2794, la sued out of the Superior Court of Cincin nati, Hamilton county, Stato of Ohio, bear ing date September !30th,A.D.lS58, and to me directed, 1 nave levied npon.nnd will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door ol the court house, in the city of Steubenville, on SATURDAY, TIIE 20th DAY OF NOVEMBER. A. D. 1858, . at 1 o'clock, p. h. of said day, the following described lot of land, with the apputtenan ces, situate, lying and being in 'ho corpor ate limits of the city of BteubenviHe, in the county ot Jetleraon and state or unto, bounded on the north by the premises late- owned by David Moodey.and by him conveyed to James Collier, south by the northern boundery of Roswell Marsh's lot, east by 7th street, and west by the premi ses lately owned by Jeptha L. lIolton.it be ing the same premises uponiwhicu William 13. Collier now resides, containing aoout one acre and a half. Terms of sale cash. JAMES II BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff 's Office, Steubenville, O. oct.20,'58-ts-Fee $8,38 ICTPersons desiring the publication of the marriage or death of any of their friends or connections in tuo columns or our paper will be accommodated by handing the copy of such notice in by Monday evening. B3T The following persons have paid the sums annexed to their names on sub scription to the True American, up to the 20th inet. . B. Priicliard... ...1,50 to no. 1 Vol 5 John Fisher 1,00 to no. 26 Vol 2 T.J. Quimby....l,50 to no. 24 Vol 5 Jos. Lanninor 5.00 to no. 26 Vol 3 Notice.-JAMES NICHOLSON, has on hind and for sale, a large quantity of brick, of the very best quality, which he rjro noses to sell in large or small lota to suit purchasers, and at reasonable prices. They will be promptly delivered upon application to him. Mrs. Bover, on south 4th street, keeps on hand the very best quality of Oysters we have ever tasted ; they are, most em phatically, no. 1. And then the crackers, Cakes, Butter and all the ctcs., perfectly correspond with the quality of the Oys ters. Mrs. B. is known to be a' lady every way qualified to make her guests comfortable, and to be worthy of a liberal patronage. She is prepared with boad ing accommodations, and can supply meals to persons from the country, who may wish to dine in the city, at very rea Bonable rates. Howard Association, Philadelphia. We commend to the attention of our read ers, with much confidence, tho announce ment of this well known bevevolent InBti- tution. in our advertisinc columns. The managers are very prompt in all their bu siness transactions, and we have no doubt that persons applying to tho institution for medical aid, will obtain judicious and skil ful treatment. Ohio State and Union Law College. THIS Institution has been removed to Plavolaiid. Oinn Tlattroea llVfl IflPflHv Ann ferred, and Students upon graduating, may be admitted to practice. For Circulars ad dress, at Cleveland M. A. KING, dec 3357 y . , becretary Ayer'g Cherry Pectoral. For the rapid cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Whooping-Cough, Asthma and Consumption, is universally known as the best remedy ever yet disco v ered for every variety of Pulmonary disease, So wide is the field of its usefulness and so numerous the cases of its cures, that almost every section of the country abounds in persons publicly known, who have been restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use. When once tried its superiority over every other medicine of its kind is too apparent to es cape observation, anu wtiere us virtues are known, the public no longer hesitate what antidoto to employ for the distressing and dangerous affections of the pulmonary 0rgans which are incident to our climate By its timely use many, nay almost al att acks of disease upon the Lungs or throat are arrested and thus are saved many thousands every year from a premature grave. No family should be withont it and those who do neglect to provide them selves with a remedy which wards off thi dangerous class of diseases will have cause to deplore it when it is too late. Proofs of the surprising efficacy of the Cherry Pectoral need not be given to the Ameri people they havo living proofs can every neighborhood. But thoso who wish to read the statements of those whose whole health has been restored and whose lives have been saved by its use, will find them in my American Almanac which the agent below named has to furnish gratis for cverv one. 4 Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER, Lowell Mass., And sold by Hening & Melvin, Steubenville, Ohio, eepul-2m. Dry Goods Cheap for Cash.!!! - WM. SPEEB, TTAS just received his Fall Stock of Dry Coods. purchased 1n the Eastern Cities, and will sell them low for cash hmbracing great variety of Goods for La dies, inch as Dress Silks of the most approved Styles, Irish Poplins, Cloaks and Cloak velvet, Velvet Ribbons, Bonnet Ribbons, Head Dres ses, Dress Trimmings.Qloves.Hosiery .Shawls, Delaines, Collars, Embroidery, Fringe of all widths and colors also a general assortment of Gents Clothing, consisting of Broad-Cloth and Cassimeres, of all colors, ' and a great vsriety of Velvet Vest'Patterns, under Shirts and Drawers, Socks, Cravats and Handker chiefs of all sorts. WILLIAM SPEER. oct20-'58tf .Notice. VI1EREA.S, my wife Nancy Orr. has left my bed and board without any just cause, 1 hereby caution the pubiio against trusting her on my account, aa I will not pay any debts of her contracting. SAJHUEiLi UKK, East Springfield, October 13thl858-3t. THE LIVES INVIGORATOR. PREPARED bt dr. sanford, Compounded Entirely from GUM 8, ! ONE OF THE BEST PURGA TIVE and LIVER MEDICINES now be fore the public. UiNUliW l KAlJSU LYE. A genu- ine article, for making soap, for sale by OCt VJ-OO ttKNINQ ft MKLV1S. TJAGUERREOTYPE, Ambrotype and Photographic materials, just received and for sale by ii&mNG dt MELVIN oct Woo. RTISTS UULORS. A new stock just received, containing also a good sup ply of brushes, prying Oil and canvass, oct 2GV58. HENING & MELVIN". in JE3T Great bargains are now to be had, at the Dry Goods Slore of William Specr, rpHE essential ingredi on Market Street. See Advertisement in remedy is not new, bi this paper. ftrWe are happy to inform all who de- 6lre the services of Prof. Miller, that he will give lessons on the Piano and Mclodc- on from Nov. 1st, 1858, to April 1st, 1859, making a term of five months. Please call at Jones' Music store, or address Prof. W. Miller, Post Office. fj-Prof. Miller will visit tho residence of h's pupils to give lessons. Fall Goods just received and now opening. GEORGE SCOTT &CO., are now opening their first supply of Fall Goods purchased in the Eastern cities, for Cash, Embracing a great variety of seasonable, Dress GooJb, Black and Fancy Silks, Robes de Chevne, Robes a Lez, Robes a Q,uillo, printed and plain D'Lains, Meiin- oes, Chintz. American, French, and Eng lish Calicoes, Shawls In great variety A very large stock of Millinery Goods, and Trimmings of the newest styles, including Ribbons, Flowers; Feathers, Satins and Velvets. Head dresses. &c. &c. Also Vel vet Ribbons and Fringes.'Of all widths, Steubenville, Sept. 15th '58. jpySee advertisement of Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigorator. jfgrWhen Machaoni the Greek Phys iMan was slain Homer said of him. "a pood Plivsician is worth as much as a whole armv." Then a eood medicine like AvEtt'e Cathartic Pills, ja worth a frronh final more, because it cures as well, works wider, and lasts longer. The circle of the best Physician's labor must be narrow, while such a remedy is avail - able to all can", be had by everybody, .and is worlh having. - ' tfsr Tha Pittsburgh True Press, the best daily paper published in Pittsburgh received every morning by Wm. P. Tinwis. Pricfl One Cent. Also all the lalo Periodicals. 4 TO MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS SR. BRAGG'S VIRGIN PILLS. ientof this valuable but is well known to the medical schools of France and Germany, and has been employed by the females of the principal courts of Europe, and by all the most distinguished physiciaus in this speciality for the last teu 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 disoases to wnicniney are naturally suojeciea, in hiicq a form as should obviate tho necessity of those medical consultations, wblch are justly looked upon by women as a violation of their most sacred feelings, and to avoid which they often risk tuo most leartui consequences. 1 have therefore prepared this specific 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. Each box is accompauicd with full di rections and explanations, enabling every woman to understand her own case and the proper treatment and the proper time. The Virgin Pills possess such powerful penetrating properties that nono of im diseas es within tho 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 its healthy functions, They effect a certain cure for falling of tho womb, whites, painful suppression anu irregular menstrua tion,' diseases of pregnancy, ail nervious com plaints caused by disordered uterine organs, weaknesses, ifcc. the symptoms of which are fully explained in the directions. tor any of tn diseases ot the treproauctive organs, they may be taken at all tunes, excep ting during the earlier stages of pre?- 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 Uusi ot rosy Deauty, we true index of health, quickly rising in the cheek of pallor, will at once convince the patient of their effect. Price $1 per box, and will be sent post paid, oy reiuru man, to any pare or. uio u uuuu States, on receipt of the money. The money may be sent uy mail, at ine risK oi ine bud soiibor. DR. A. G. BRACO, may 12:38 Saint Lou is, Mo HOWARD ASSOCIATION PHILADELPHIA, Benevolent Institution, established by spe cial endowment for the relief of the sick and distressed, afflicted with Viru lent and Epidemic diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of tho awful destruction of human life, caused by Sexual diseases, and the de ceptions practised upon the untortunate vic tims of such diseases by Quacks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon as a Charitable Act worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment ot this class of diseases, in all their torms, and to give Medical Advice Gratis, to all who apply by letters, with a description ot their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, &c.,) and in cases ot extreme poverty, to Furnish Medicines rree ot unarge. .it is needless to add that the Association com mands the highest Medical skill of the agOj and will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association, in their annual Report upon the treatmont of Sexual Diseases, tor the year ending Jan uary 1st, 1858, express the highest satis faction with the success which has attend ed the labors of the Consulting Surgeon in the cure of Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weak ness, Impotence, Uonorrhcea,uleet, Syph ilis, the vice of Onanism or Self-abuse, &c, and order a continuano of the same plan for the ensuing year. The Duectors. on a review of the riast.foel assured that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort, have been of great ben cfit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote themsel ves. with renewed zeal, to this very im- Dortant and much despised cause. An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness.the Vice of Onanism, Masturbation or self-abuse, and other diS' eases of the sexual Organs, by the Consult in? surgeon, will be sent by mail, (in a sealed envelope,) FREE or Charge, on re- cent of TWO T AMI'S tor postage, vm er Reports and Tracts on the nature and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, &c, are constantly being published for gratuit ous distribution, and will be sent to the afflicted. Some of the now remedies and methods of treatment discovered during the last year are of great value. Address, for report or treatment, Dr. George R. Calhoun, Consulting surgeon, Howard Association, No 2, south Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Uy order ot the Directors. EZRA D. HEART WELL, President. George Fairchild, secretary, oct 13,'58-ly Legal Notice. Jacob Shull, Jr., Adm'r.) Petition to complete John A. Rightly, et.al.) TVTOTICE is hereby given to John A Biehtlv.Edward Burns. Al exander John. ston and Lavina Johnston his wife, Angenetta L. McCullougli and Saretta L.McCullough mi nors and Richard McOullough their guardian, fit Jefferson County Ohio, John Wirt and Mary Wirt his wife, of Harrison countv. Ohio. James Hill and Rachel Hill his wife, of Car. ro county, Ohio, and William Shull, of the state ot Missouri, that Jacob Shull, Jr., Ad ministrator of the estate of Jacob Shull, Sr., deceased, on the 9th day of October 1858,' filed his petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Jefferson county Ohio, representing tlmi. nn i in aay ot August 184U, tne said Jacob Shull sr. entered into a written contract with John A. Riehty and Edward Burns for the sale of the following described tract of land, situate in the county or Jefferson and State of Ohio, being partoftlio south-west quarter of section no. 3G, in township no. 3. and Ran en no. 1. bounded as follows: beginning at a stone Samuel Colwell's south-cast corner, from which a whito oak 14 in. diameter, bears south 86V degrees, west W, links, and NEIV ADVERTISEMENTS. SHERIFF'S SALE. Henry Jackman, vs nisi rrrsn fitsui hanob's vbqbtablk extbact EPILEPTIC PILLS, Vnr itiA cure of Fits.SDBSms. Cramps, and all Nervous and Constitutional Diseases. PERSONS who are laboring under this distressing malady will find HANCE'S 'VEGETABLE EPILEPTIC PILLS to be the only remedy ever discovered for curing Epi lepsy or Falling Fits. " These nllla nossess a specific action on the nervous system ; and, although they are pre pared especially for curing fits, they will be , louud or especial benefit for all persona nmiui ' ed with weak nerves, or whose nervous system has been prostrated or shattered from any . iusa whatever. In chronio r.omDlaints, or .diseases of long standing, superiuduccd by nnrvniiHnnsR. thpv are exceedinolv beneficial. Trice three dollars per box, or two boxes for five dollars. Persons out of the city enclosing 4t remittance, will have the pills sent to them, through the mail, free of postage. For sale " by SETH S. HANOE, M0l 108 Baltimobb Btbbbt, Baltimore, Md.j to whom orders from all parti of the Union must bo addressed, post ." paid. lum 9,'58-ly. Alpha Morso et. al. UY VIRTUE of an order of sale in this cause", issued out of the Court of Com. mon Pleas, of Jefferson county, State of OLdo, bearing date September 25th, A. D 1358, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door ofthe court house, in the city of Steubenville. on SATURDAY. TIIE 20th DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1858, at 1 o'clock, P. m. of said day. the follow ing real estate and premises, situate in the county of Jclferson, and Stato of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows : Section number twenty-six 26,1 range two 2, of township nine T9, Saline township, al so the north half of the north west quarter of section numbor twenty-five 25 and of range arid townsaip atorosaid ; the ground and lot occupied by the Cleveland and Pitts. burgh rail road depot and right of way, and one acre for tho District scnooi house ex cepted, containing seven hundred and twen ty-four and one-half acres, more or loss. - Terms of skle cash. JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Steubenville, O. Oct. 20,'58-ts-Fee $0,38. ,D. Gen. C. F. Henningsen, (of Nicaragua.) Colonel G. W. Crockeit, A. D. Mdnson, Charles Bdrdett, Thomas Dunn English, M. Henry Clapp, Jun., George Arnold, Samuel Young, Miss South worth, Mkh. Anna Whelpley, Miss Virginia Vauohan,' Mrs. Di. Vernon, Miss Hattie Clare, Finley Johnson, Write only for the GOLDEN PRIZE. GOLDEN PRIZE. GOLDEN PRIZE. GOLDEN PRIZE. GOLDEN PRIZE. GOLDEN PRIZE. a hicory 5 in diameter, bears south 3degrees east 8S links thence with said Colwell's line, and parallel with the range line north in d-iu percnes to a stone, irom which a dog. wood 4 in diameter, bears south 34 degrees east la limes, and a dogwood 6 in Uiam eter, bears south 55 decrees, east. 29 links. tbence east ana parallel with the section line 119 2-10 perches to a stone set in tho middle line of said section, from which a white oak 12 in diameter, bears north 46 decrees west 2G links, and a beach 10 in diameter. bears south 63 degrees, west 38 links, thence south lJt J-lU perches to a post, corner to William Lowther, thence with said Low- ther's line west, 119 210 perches to the place oi Beginning, containing one nunareu acres, be the same more or less. Also, the follow iucr described tract of land, with the apnurtc nances situate, lying and being in the county of Jefferson and State of Ohio, in Section no. 36, in Township no. 3, and Range 1, beginning at the centre postin said section, and running thence east 148 4-10 perches to a sugar tree. 14 in. diameter, standing about 1 perch west of a run thence runing up said run N . 2d degress, W.40 510 perches to a beach tree ; thence N. 41 degrees, W. 33 3-10 perches to a post, thence N. 31) degrees, W. 12 perches to a stone, in a point between two runs, where a uracil tree iu iu. uiuaieiur, uuurs o. oi ueg. E. 47 links and a gum 9 in. diameter, bears N i4 deg., E. 27 links, thence running up the leu nana run s. ozueg., w. vj percnes 77 deg., W. 14 perches S. 31 deg., W. perches S. 59 deg., W. 18 perches S. deg., W. 18 perches N. 71 deg , W. 5 perches S. WJ aeg., w. a porches .u aeg., w 6 perches S. 58 deg., W. 3 porches N. 45 dca., W. 5 perches W. 18 perches to a stone on a point between two runs, where a beach 14 in. diameter, bears N. 89 deg., V. 7 links, and a bench 14 in. diameter, bears north 88 deg., E. 25 links, and thence south 4J 4-10 perches to tne Degiuning, containing iony five acres one Rood, and thirty-four parches more or less. The petition further represents that said; contract does not accurately describe the property, but that the premises above descri bed is the property intended to be sold that pf the purchase money amounting to $1GOO,00 the' sum of $300,00 was to be paid April 1, 1847, and $2UU,UU annually thercalter, until the remaining $1300,00 should be paid, at which lime a deed was to be made for said property to said Rightly and Burns that said Jacob Shull sr., died intestate without having executed said conveyance that there is still due upon said contract about the sum of $188, -00 which the said John A.Rightly and Edward Burns are ready to pay, upon receiving a deed of conveyance. The-petition prayB that tho petitioner as such Administrator, may be authorized by order of Court, to complete said contract, by the execution and delivery to said John A, Rightly and Edward Burns of a deed of con veyance in fee simple for said real estate. Said cause will be for bearing and decree at the nest term of the said Court otUommon rieas, October 11th, 1858. JACOB SHULL, Jr., Administrator of Jacob Shull, Sr., dec u. oct 13-3t. By Andrews & Wkhcter. his Att'ys. THE GOLDEN PRIZE ILLTJSTSATED. THE New York Weekly Golden Prize is ono of the larcrest and best litorary papers of the day an Imperial Quarto, con taining KinnT Pinia. or FORTY COLUMNS, of the mnnt ntorestini? and raSCtnaun ereau iiik iuui, ter, from the pens of the very first w riters of the day, . Elegantly Illustrated Every Week A Present Worth from 50 cts. to $500, Will be given to each subscriber immediately on receipt of the suDsenpwon money, mis is presented as a memento oi i neuuHui, uuu HOI ft3 nil luuliceuieut iu uutaiu ouuovnuoto. TERMS. OnA flnnv for one year. .2 00 and 1 Present. On Uodv fur two years.. 3 50 and 2 Preaenta -r . ., " r nii 1 O One Uopy tor tnree years o u One Uopy lor nve years., o uu uuu and to cums, Three Copies one year...$5 00 and 3 Five . 8 00 and 5 Ten " " 15 00 and 10 Twnntv-ona " . 3U UU and zi The articles to do given away tuuiinu in the following list : 2 Packages of Gold containing $500 each. 10 " " " io 10 Pat. Lever hunt'g cased w'tch's 100 20 Gold Watches, 75 50 " " 60 100 " " 50 300 Ladies' Gold Watches, 35 200 Silvet hunting cased watches, 30 .infl Silver Watches. $10 to 25 1000 Gold Guard, VeBt and Fob chains, $10 t.n tnO each. Gold LocketPr Bracelets, Brooahes, Ear Drona. BreastPins. Cuff Pins, Sleeve Buttons Rings, Shirt Studs. Watch Keys, Gold nd Silver Thimbles, and a variety or other artt elea. worth from 50 cents to $15 each. We will present to every person sending us 50 subscribers, at $z eacn, a uoia watcu worth 140 : to any- one sending us 1U0 sub scribers, at f3 each, a Gold Watch, worth $90 Every subscriber will also receive a present Immediately on receipt of the money, the subscriber s name will do entered upon our book, and the present will be forwarded within one week, by haIl oa express, post PAID. ' 0All communications should be addressed to M. B.DJSAN, PUBtisaia, , oct 20-'58-1 y 335 Broadway, Now York u PERFUMERY.- .mentof Colognes, E A Superior assort Extracts for the hand kerchief, Hair Oils and Pomades, for sale by oct 2U-'.r0. Hun mo B jhuvui. SADriEEY.EE3I0VAl. -. JOHN N. MVERS, begs leave to inform the public, that he has removed his estab lishment, for the manufacture of Saddlery, Harness, Upholstery, &o., To the North-West corner or Market and Fourth streets, in the room recently trecupied by G.H. Glasgow, where Jie is prepared to furnish his former patrons, and the pablic iu general, with a belter atocc or all articles id his line than heretofore, and S7at reduced prices. ILrnememner me piace. ep23-.tf These GUMS re move all morbid or bad matter from the system, supplying in their place a healthy! flow of bile, invigor ating the btomacb, causing food to di gest well, puurYiNO THEBLOOD.givingtone and health to the whole machinery, re moving the cause of the disease euuet ing a radical cure. Billioub attacks are cured, and, what is better, prevented, by the occasional use of tho Liver Invigorator. Only one dose ta ken before retiring prevents the NIGHTMARE. Only one dose ta ken at night losenB the bowels gently, and cuius Lostive-ness. One dose taken af ter each imeal will curenrsFRPsu. One dose of two tea spoonsful will al ways relieve SlUii. HEADAGu.it. Only one dose im mediately reli eve s Colic, while One dose often re peated is a sure cure forCnoLSBA Moasus, and a preventive of Uholora. Only one bottle is necessary to throw out of the system the effects of medicine after a long sickness One bottle taken Air Jaundice removes all sallowness or un natural color from the skin. Oe dose taken a short time before eat ing gives vigor to the appetite and makes the iooa digest well. One dose often re peated, cures Chron io Diarhcea in its worst form, while Summer and Bowel Complaints yield al most to the first dose A few bottles will cure Daopsy by ex citing the absorb ents, We take pleasure in recommending the medicine as a preven tive for Feveb and Aoub, Chill Fives, iand all Fevers of a pbLious Typg. r op erates with certainty and tnousanus are willing to testify to its wonderful yirtues Att who use it are giving their unani mous testimony m tts favor. Mix water in the mouth with the In vigorator and swallow both together. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOT TLE. DR. SANFORD, Proprietor, No. 345, Broad way, new xorit. Retailed by all Druggists . Sold also by Henino & Melvin, M. L.- Miller, Steubenville, O. And J. O. WRIGHT, Knoxville, O. june 23 58:lyj AYER'S Cathartic Pills, fraternally jour, A Balm 10 81 A Balm If mum for Every Wound." TEE ARCTIC UNMEXT ni produced by Dr. ERAGO at the rcquoat of Dr. Kane, when about to proceed to tho AECTIC REGIONS, ana was used by him during that t the world this wonderful DEALING REIIXDT, THE legal Notice. Jacob Shull, jr. Administrator, vs. Alexander Johnston, et. al. Petition to complete Real Contract. TVTOT1CE is hereby given to William 111 Shull of Missouri, John Wirt and Ma ry Wirt of Harrison County, Ohio, James Hill and Rachel Hill of Carroll County, Ohio, Alexander Johnston, and Rachel Johnston, Angenetta L. McCullough and Saratta L. Mccullough, minors, and Rich ard McCullough their guardian, of Jeff erson county. Ohio, that Jacob Shull, jr.. administrator of the estate ot Jacob Whull, sr.. deceased, on the 0th day of October, 1853. filed his petition in the Court of Common Pleas, of Jefferson county, Ohio, representing that on the oth day ot t ebra ary, 1853, said Jacob Shull, sr., entcrod in to a written contract with Alexander John ston for the sale of tho following real es tate, situate, in Jefferson county, Ohio, be- insr the south west quarter ot section so. 36. in townshin no. 10. and ranire no. 3. That said contract does not accurately dos cribe the proporty, but that the premises above described is the property which was intended to be sold that ot the purchase money, amounting to $4500 00, the sum of $2500 I HI was to be considered an advance to Lavina, wife of said Alexander Johnston, and daughter of Baid Shullthat the re mainder of said purchase mnnoy was to be paid $500 00 April 1. 1853, $750 00 April 1, 1855 and $750 00 April 1, 1850, at which time said property was to be convey ed to said Johnston that said Jacob Shull, sr., died intestate, without Raving execu ted said conveyance that thero is still due upon said contract about the sum ot sow- 00. which tho said Alexander Johnston is ready to pay upon receiving a deed of con veyance. ' The petition prays that the petitioner as such Administrator, may be authorized by order, of court, to complete said contract, by the execution and delivery to said Alex ander Johnston of a deed of conveyance in fee simple for said real estate. Said cause will be for hoaring and decree at the next term of the said Court of Common fleas October 11. 1858. JACOB SHULL, Jr. Administrator of Jacob Shull, sr.. dee'd. By Wedstkr & Andrews, his Att ys oct 13-3t. s WR, S. ROTIIACKER, Riohmond Jtfrwsoa County Ohlol-'. EAR-ACHE which has made AFFLICTED EEJOICE. . HUNDREDS and THOUSANDS bare totted ItS VIRTUES, and ate rejoicing- in froodon from long lingering PAIN AND DISEASE, which other remedies h&d bned j) J to cure. Hum yon the BRONCHITIS, NEURALGIA, Rheumatism, Scrofula ? Bare you the OB TOOTH-ACHE. Are you afflicted with offering from BRUISES, STRAINS, CORNS, SORE EYES, nusr TBS Arotlo Liniment will afford you Instant relict Everybody ! llaUo to And in fear of these dread ful accidents the ARCTIC LINIMENT ihouldbe ' Kept on hand, for It affordi tun and IMMEDIATE RELIEF, often MTing from death. It COMPANION. rt a sb CAKES IN THE BREAST, SORB KHTLE9, j Sore lips, Pimples, , 4 It Is exoellont for the Hair, MAN AND BEAST. It fa sovereign remedy for Diseases of Horses, CCTUVQ BRUISES, SPRAKS, Btrtnghalt. Wound. Snarla RnrtATTTTTS -j , BWDlfT, BIO-BUD, ROtO-BOHl, Poo-Eva, 4c, (SUGAR COATED,) All MI N CLEANSE TEE BLOOD AJfD CUSX THE 8ICX Iuvalldi, Father, Mothers, Phjrclclana, Philanthropist!, read their KfTecM, and Judge of their Virtues. FOB TIIE CURB Ot - Headache, Sick Headache,Fottl Stomach. iirar o, ra., may x, itwo. Si. J. G. Am. Sir 1 1 have been reneatedlT cured of tho worst headache any body can have by a dose or two of your Pills. It seems to arise from a foul stomach, which they cleanse at once. If they will cure othert as they de me, tne lace n worm snowing. loan who great rcspoci, iw. w. i-jvebijB, Clerk qf Steamer Clarion. Bilious Disorders and Liter Complaint. DlPAlTlffSY Of TBI lifmios, Wabrinqtox. D. O. T Feb. lbot. I 1 Snt: I hare nsed your Pills in my general and hospital nrnrtica atht since Too made them, and cannot hesitate to say tluiy are the beat cathartic we employ. Their regn- larintr ui ton on ine iircr is uuu-n biiu m-wut-u. uuuiuwuv ly tuey are an auxnirauie reoieay iur uvnuiKouwnwui uw organ. Indeed, I hare seldom found a ease of (rtltoul ats eace SO obstinate that It aia UOI roaany yiera re um. AiAjnau najiu, m. v. HtVtkum if Uit Marine Ui Dvsentcry. Relax, and Worms. Post Ornot. Haitlato, Lit. Co., Mich, Not. 18, IBM. Tiii im- V.,nr Mils r tlia nerfetion OI medicine. Tliey httTe done my wire more good man i can wiiiy Bli hail Imii Writ and nlnhiir awaT for months. W off to be doctored at great expense, DOT goi no uovier. cm then commenced rating your riui, wnicn soon cureu ar, br exyclling large quantities of worms (dead) from bet body. Tlioy afterwards cured her and our two children of bloody dysentery. One of our neighbors had it bad, and v wife cured him with two doses or yonr rills, wmi otlicrs around us paid from live to twenty aoimrs aociorr lii . and loat much urns, wit lout uoinr enreu enuren even tlien. Such a medicine as yours, which is actually good and honest, will be prized nore. Indisestion and Impurity of tUe Blood. Prrm See. J. V. Uimei, liilor o A diwrf Oiurch, Botus. Dr. Am: I have otm your Pills with extraordinary un-i-ai in niv fkjuilv and amonit llioeo i am caiiea 10 tuii In distress. To regulate the organs of digestion and pnnry the blood they are the very best remedy I hare ever known, and I can confidently recommend them to my blends. Youm, v. mmaa. tt- ...... ... iir .... ix. r v A. OA 1flf.R Tirin flm: I nm imlnir vour Cnthartic Pills in nw prac tice), aud lind them an excellent pnnrative to cleanse the lyitflm and nnrny tue iounuuns o tne blood. Erysipelas, Scrofula, King's Evil, Tetter, 'rumors, ana sail ttueum. From a fbrwardtTU Merchant of S, Louis, iW. 4, 1854. Dn. Atir: Yonr 1'ilU are the paragon of all that B great in mtxlicine. They have cured my llttlo daughter of nlcorons anna npon her bands and feat that had proved IncurnMo for years. Her roomer naa neon long grievous ly afflicted nith blotches and cimules on her akin and in her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried your Pills, and tliov have cured her. AoA MUKCUUIXIB. KheurRntisniteKenrnlgia, and Gout. mm Un Hn. Dr. Ilawktt, tffUie tfModitt Epit. ChurA, Pouhki Hornii. Savannah. Oa., Jan. 6, 1668. Hokoksd Sir: I should be nnumteful for the relief your .kill has lininirht mu If I did not roi-oi t mi owe to you. A ooM setllctl iu my limbs and brought on excruciating noiiralclc pains, which ended In chronic rheumatism. Notwithstanding I hod the bent of phynielans, the disease grew worse and worne. until. Iiy tne auvice oi your excel lent Rin-nt In Hitltlmore. Dr. Mackenzie. I tried your Pills. Tlieir effects wcro slow, but sure. By poraerenng in ine ooo of tl.eui I am uow enurely well. gi xiT Ciumhr. Batow Rouic La., 6 Doc,, 1F55. Tin. Avk : I havo been entirely cured by your pills of llheunmtio Gout a niuuful diaciMe tlmt had H-lticted me or years. uiiirai cuutu. For Pronsv. ricthora. or kindred Com nlRlnta, requmng an acuve purgo, moy are an sxoei- lont remedy. For Costivcncss or Constipation, and as a Dinner flu, tliey are s:;roejibic una eaeciuai, Fits. Suncrcssion. Parnlvsis, Inflamma tlon. and (ivi-n UvndicHS. aud Partial Ullna ueas, have been cured by the alterative action el uiese Pills. Mont of the nilla In mukot c intoln Mercury, which, al though a valuaMe remedy in skilful hands, is dangerous In a uuliUc pill, from the dreadful consnnucr.ccs that fre- qneblly know tts Incautious line, ineee oonuuu no mer cury or mineral sulwtanco whatever. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL FOB TUB RAPID CUKE OP COt GrlS.COLDS, IirjAKSEIVESS, INPLU E.'.ZA, B0XCHITI3, WHOOPING COUGH, CltOCP, ASTHMA, ISI- CIPIKNT CONSUMPTION, end for the relief of coDouniutivo patients in advanced stages of the dicaso. Wo need not speak to the public of It virtues. Throuuhont every town, and almost every hamlet of the American Stales, its wonderful cures of pulmonary com plaints have niudo It already known. Nay, few are the families In any civilized country on this continent without some personal experience of its effects j and fewer yet the communities any where which have not among them some living tnphy of its victory over the subtle and dan gerous diseases of the throat and lnngs. While it is the most powerful antidote yet known to man Tor the formi dable and dangerous disease of the pulmonary organs, it ji also tho ploosnnU-st and safest remedy that can lie em bbyed for Infant and young persona. Parent should hufo It in store against the Tnsiuhms enemy that steals noon them unprepared. Wo have abundant grounds to believe the t'utaar Pectoraj. save more live by the con sumptions It proven! than those It cure. Keep it uy MEDICAL SlC. if THE GREATEST DM mmm MOTHERS' c v.-r I vji.j, wi as QLOOBT GOOD FOR iis i - fwn EXTRAORDINARY ANKOUXCEMENT. DR. BRAOO TO COMMUNICATE REGULARLY WITH rosmntsuRor Owsr 1,000,000 Patients. Every tmrchsMr of a Poms Boms of th ABCTtC LINIMENT receives, at Dr. Brsgg's expense, th UNITED STATES JOURNAL for on year. He no arranged for a department in each issue of said paper through which to eommumcau witn nis patron, soia aepartmsut to b ue Toted to answers to oorrMnondents, carefnlly-prenared prescription, and other yaluabl item of Information which hi long experience and th peculiar eases from time to time presented to his attention shall rorreat Th JOURNAL I published in New York, and b on of th oldest and most popular newspaper in th country. A eertidoat of subscription accompanies each bottle. An AGENT WANTED In EVERT TOWN and VILLAGE. r. BRAGG dt BC1UIOVVES, Bt. Louis, Bio. , f . '. . Niw Tom Omcx, Ko. 371 BR0ADWAT.. Oommimloaliniii shoald alwiyi be addressed to 8U Louis. For lobby all raptctalU Dnqguli and DtaUrt. An arent is w&nted in everv town and vil. lnpQj Applications must always bs accompa- Uieu uy (etipousiuio ruiereuves. Honing A amivm, Agents for SUiibcDVillc 'mny 12;58 , . i 'on, and cure yonr colds wime tney are curable, nor neg ect them until no human skill can master the inexorable canker that, mstenod on the vitals, eats your Me away. All know tha dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and as thoT know too the virtue of this remedy, we need not do more than to assure them It 1 (till mode the best It can be. W spare no cost, no care, no toll to prounce n uie most perfect possible, and thus afford those who roly on it the beet agont which onr (kill can furnish for tholr cur. PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AIER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Uass AND SOLD BY Hening & Melvin, Steubenville, J. B. Simmcrall, Bloooiingdale ; F. Fisher, Wintersville ; W. Trice & Son, Suiithfluld ; W. II. Crew & Oo., Richmoud ; M. O. Moreen. Alt. Pleasant. and all Druggists and dealers in medic in j everywhere. nova " SHERIFF'S SALE. " DY VIRTUE of nn order of sale Issued I JJ out of the Court of Common Pleas of Jefferson County, State of Ohio, bearing date September 2Uth, loos, and to me di rccted, I will expose to sale by public ven duo and outcry, at the front door of tho Court House, in the city of Steubenville, on SATURDAY, THE 23D DAY OF OC TOBEH, A. 1). 1858. at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the follow ing real estate, to wit : Situate in the Township of Steubenville, in tho County of Jefferson, and State ot Ohio, and par ticularly described as follows: that is to sa'y, beginning at a point on the eastern bouuuaiy line ot the tarm lately owned oy James Means, deceased, and which point is the south-western corner ot the tract of James Frazier, upon which premises he now resides, thence with the boundary lino of the Aleans farm due south one hundred and fifteen (115) feet, thence south 71 de grees, east two hundred and fifty-six (256) feet, thence south I'J degrees, west ono hundred twelve nd a half (1120 foot to Elias A. Shelly's corner, thence south 71 degrees, east three hundred and ninety-Blx (306) feet with Elias A. Shelly's northern boundary line to w uuam d. uomer e wes tern boundary line, thence north VJ de grees, east two hundred twenty-two and a half feet (2221) with said Collier'a western boundary line to tho south boundary ofthe said James Frazicr's promises, thence north 71 degrees, west six hundred and eighty six (littoj toet to the place ot beginning t containing two acres and three-fourths, more or less, totrether with the right per el. a potually to uso and enjoy a rigui ot way, and to nasa with horses, came ana wag ons, over a strip of ground twenty-five feet wwlfl. havtntr its eastern boundary line be tween Joseph C. Spencer and Roswel Marsh and Josenh C. Spencer and Will lam B. Collier, and extending from North street to (ha southern boundary line ofthe prem ises conveyed by Joseph C. Spencer to said llolton by docd ot XM oi uecemoer, ivov. Terms ot sale cash. JAMES II. BLINN, Sh'rT. Sum if? 'a OvriCB. ' . - . i Fee StoubcnvUle, Sept.,' 21et, 'W.-ts J $10,65 BTflf ATTTTTT 0? THE AGE JR. KENNEDYf Roxbury,has dis- covered in oa of onr coiixoa nirnaa ' wkds remedy that cures , - EVERY KIND OF HUMOR. J from the worst scrofula down to a common pimple. -: -i " tie baa tried it in over 1 100 eases, and narer failed except in two eases, (both thunder umor.) He has now in his nossesgion ovsr . one hundred certificates of its . value, all within twenty miles of Boston. . iwo bottles are warranted to cure a nnrslnir sore month. - One o three bottles will etrra tha worst kind ' of pimples on the face, : ...a Jwoor three bottles will elnar tha STsteni . of biles.. t ; . . Two bottles are warranted to cur ths warst ' canker in the mouth or stomach. Ihree to five bottles are warranted to eire theworst case of Erysipelas. : - . - One to two bottles are warranted to cut atf I kind humor In the eyes. 1 wo bottles are warranted to cure running -of the ears and blotches among the hair. ( c our to six Domes are warranted to- cure corrupt aud running ulcers. ,. v une Dome wm cure scaly eruptions of tke skin. Two Or three bottles ara warrnntinr ta Aura the worst kind of ringworm., .; . Tw or three bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate case of rheumatism. three to tour bottles are warranted to enre salt rheum Five to eip-ht bottles will care the worst ess of scrofula. benefit is alwavs experienced from the first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. ItOXBIMtT, J11A8S. Deta Mabax '.-The reputation of the Med--. ical Discovery, in curing all kid of humors, ' is so well established by the unanimous Toioe of all who have ever used it, that I need not ; say anything on the subject, as ths most skil full physielsns and the most careful Drug- . gists in the country are unanimous in its praise. . - la presenting tne Medical Discovorv to your notice, J do it with a full knowledge of its curative power, in releaving all, aud cur- , tug most or those diseases to which you are ; unfortionntly so liable. That most excruci-' ating dUease to an affectionate mother. NUKSINU SOKE MOUTH, is cured aa if by a miracle ; 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 or blessing to your bus- . band and household' ;,'!- In the more advanced states of CANKER . it extends to the stomach, causing ',' D Y ST E P S I A, which is nothing but carrier on the stomach ; then to the intestines and KIDNEYS, creating a sinking; gone feeling, and an in difference even to the cares of your family. Your stomach is RAW AND INFLAMED, your food distresses you, aud you can only take certain kinds, and even of "that your systom does not got half the nourishment it contains as the acrimonous fluid of the can-, kereatsit up : then your complexion loses its bloom and becomes sallow or greenish, and your best day is gone. ' For want of nour ishment your system becomes loose and flab by, .and the fibres otyour body become relax ed. Then follow a train of diseases which the Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to - CURE; Palpitrntion of the heart, pain in the side,, weakness of the spine and small of the dack. ' pain in the hip joint when you retire, irregu larity of the bowls, and also, that most excru ciating of diseases, the e l L a a-. ' How many thousands of poor wonen are Buffering from this disease aud 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 bettor than a pound of cure." In the MEDICAL DISOOVEBY you have both the preventative and the cure, Wilhtnis tireat and good quality, that it will never uuaer any circumstances, do you any in jury. Ko change of diet ever necessary eat the best you get and enough of it. . , s Dibuctiom for use Adults oue table spoor ful per day Children over ten years dessert spoopful children from five to eight years, tea spoontui. As no directions can be appli cable to all constitutions, taken' sufficient to oporate on the bowels twice a day. tours truly, DONALD KENNEDY, Price $l.00per bottle. For sale wholesale and etail by R. D. MORRISON, HENING & MELVIN, and M. L. MILLER, Steubenville, Ohio. aug26.'57i-ly. CLARKE'S FEMALE FILLS. TIIEGREAT ENGLISH REMEDY PIIEPARED from A FKESCRIPTI0R 07 ' SIR J, CLARKE, M. D., PHYS1CIAH EX ' TItAORDINARY TO THE QUEEN. THIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in lirt tii-a nf all ittnea namrnl mnA Ann. gcrous disorders to which the female consti- i. i. : . t . i . n- ii . umuii is buujuus. Am uiuuciabtro all cs.cim puis emoves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may' be relied ou. 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 eminent Stamp of Great Britian, to prevent counterfeits. . - , CAUTION. These Fills should not be taken by females that are pregnant, during the first three months as they are sure to briug on miscarriage ; but at every other time and' in every other case tliey re ponectiy sate. . " Sole Aeents for this country. JOB MOSES, late L O. Baldwin, Rochester, N. B. $1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any authorised agent, will insure a bottle of tho pills by return mail. '" For sale wholesale and retail by Hening sV Melvin, Steubenville, O., and by Druggists genelaly . deciu it : J. F. M'CLIHTIC, MARKET STREET, BETWEEN 4TH AND 5TH, STEUBENVILLE ;. - . HAS just received a splendid assorts ment of goods, consisting of ; WATCHES & : : i ; v JEWELRY.; and a good assortment of -1 ' Cheaper than the CIi$apest ever offered ,' - in'this city ; ' : Also a splendid assortment of LOOKING GLASSES, at Pittsburgh Prices. A good as sortment of . , always on hand. Harmg made arrangements with Eastern Mercnanis w receive a iresn sup ply monthly, which he will sell wholesale or retail to suit purcuHHars. van ana see ror yourselves. ; : .- ' : repaired by aa experienced workman and in all canes warranted. " . april 2158. . AFK1ME lot of Ground (Ju.naraofl Mustard 'and Gmger, for sale by .;.-, 1 uov iJtniri'jr tviTJMTx.A