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ETPersons desirihg the publication of the knarriaireor death of m? of their ft connections in the columns of our paper 'will be aoeomm6dated by handing the copv of Hull k.lt.l If.. I , . ouvu uuuce id dj jionaay evening. ' . ' Coal Oil lamps. .;. D A very large assortment of fine and fancy patterns, for sale at Miller's Drug Store also, Shades, Chimneys, Tops, 4c, for same Tops for burning Coal or Carbon Oil will be' attached to any ordiuary Lamp, by leaving it for half an hour at tne Drug Store, . t I.have, by agreement the privilege of sell ing Fulton's Patent Cottl Oil Lamps. Call and see them. .Oil always on hand at noylO ,,. ; M. L. MILLER'S. iCpWo'saw it stated the other, day says the Salem Republican that a Yankee "away down east," has invented a plague which kills off all those who do not pay the printer. It Las played sad havockjn New England, and is extending rapidly' west of the mountains. It will soon reach Ohio, and as ii will more than likely travel on the line of the P. Ft. W. & C. Railroad, we are very "apprehensive of the safety of a few of our subscribers There is only one way for them to escape, and that is opay up. Some of our friends in Steubenville, would do well to keep a sharp look out ; . and, oh 1 if it should find its way out to Bloom field or down to Lagrange, what liavoo it would make I These pleasant villages would be well nigh depopulated. JT3TA general jail delivery took place herein Wednesday evening, says the last Wellsburg Herald, after the following wise :-There were three prisoners con fined in the jail, Charley Price and his mistress, confined on a charge of making counterfeit coin, and Robert Rail for re sisting and cutting an officer in the dia. charge of his duty, at the time of the late fair. They were all in custody to stand their trials at the next session of the Cir cuit Court. The men were confined in tho lower story of the jail, the woman in the femnle apartments, up stairs. On the evening in question, the jailor, Mr. M'Mullin, being at his work, and his wife having gone to prayer meeting, and the night being extremely dark, some outsider managed to gain access to the woman's "apartment, bursied open the door and released her. She, it is supposed then possessed herself of the jail keys and then walked down, unlocked the door and released the men. On tho return of Mrs. Mentha birds were missing. The alarm was given at once, and something of a bubbub created, but the night was so extremely dark that it was impossible to take any effective measures for a rearrest, although they had but a very short start. Measure!1, however, were taken to head them, if possible, and it is probable that by this time some information has been bad of their whereabouts. Price and the woman being offenders against tho U. 8., can be taken anywhere,, without regard to jurisdiction, unless they make their es enpe into Canada, or some other outside country. Married At the Methodist Protestant Church fifth street Nov 2nd by Rev. J II. Hamilton, Mr. .Armstrong Mybrs to Miss Minerva R. Peters, all of Steu ben ville. Thb Delaware Bank &t Delhi, N. Y was entered on the first, and robbed of about $57,000; of this sum $13,090 were in pocket lilts, $15,000 in mutilated - bills on the Delaware Bank, 88,000 in gold, and $1,000 in other funds. A re ward of $5,000 is offered for the appro tension of the tbief. A Virginia gentleman proposes to do nale $30,000 for the erection of an Agri cultural College in the vicinity of the University of Virginia, on condition that tho farmers of Virginia will render the do' nation available for the purpose, by con' tributing an additional sum of $50,000. - Thb three "nationalities" of Cincin nati are well defined by ward lines. At the late election the four contiguous German wards gave 1,019 Republican majority, the lour American wards 1,087 Republican majority and the four Irish wards 1,320 Democratic. . i 7 i . 4ti - Steamboat Mbdicinb Chests. No steamboat medicine chest can be complete without a liberal supply of Buagg's Arctic Liniment. - Among the names of distinguished men who have attested the value of this preparation on shipboard, that of the late Dr. Kane, the hero of the Polar seas, is conspicuous. The great explorer pronounced Jt the best lubricant for external infJamation, glandular swell ings and- stiff joints he had ever seen, and suggested its introduction into the medi cine chests of all sea going vessels. Scarce any casualty could happen on shipboard, but that the Arctic. Liniment would be a useful remedy and in most cases an indispensable one. For sale by Hening & Melvin. i3TA British officer writing from Te heran;' Persia, to the 'London Times,' remarks r'f A Cathartic Pill manufactu red by an 'Amelican Chemist,' (Dr. J.C. Ater, of Lowell Mass.) has cured the Shah, of a Liver. Complaint that threaten ed hit, Jife. . This simple fact, as might be expected,' renders the Americans im mensely popular here, while we English are overlooked, Doubtless our own schol ars made the discoveries which he em ploys, and thus it is in everything;, we do the labor, then the mousing Americans put their mark on it and take the reward. ' Howard "Association, Philadelphia. We commend to the attention of our read era, with much confidence, the announce ment of this well known bevevolent Insti tution, In our advertising columns. The managers are very prompt in all their bu siness transactions, and we have no doubt that persons applying to the institution for medical afd, will obtain judicious and skil ful treatment. .;. - C ! .' r . 8TETJBE2TVILLE RETAIL MABEET. True American Office,? ; . , Steubenville. Nov. 10, Flour.extra. Dhl.. ......... 6,00 do Suoerfinp. 39bbl... , .5.00 Butter, irond Cheese, new milk, 9 lb. Eggs.f do 3eef, by the quarter,. . . . fresh, fib ' ' corned " " dried " " Pork,$ lb.; " stilted.- 19 lb , . . . . . ....... .12 i.. 8a9c , 18c ......... 78c ... ..... 10c v --. 12 160 ..Hams, lb ' " sugar cured.. .... Shoulders and Sides Veal, f Mutton $ lb ...... Lamb V quarter........ Lard $ ft. Chickens, each,.., Wood, per cord,. .. ...... Sugar, brown, lb..... - crushed, Coffee, old Java, V lb... " Rio V ... ........ 1012o. b7o 58c ...5075c 1312c ........ rjlXo ....... $22,50 10c ......... 15c ISc .. 14c SPECIAL NOTICES. ST The Pittsburgh True Press, the best daily paper published in Pittsburgh received every morning by Wm. P. Lewis. Price One Cent. Also all the late Periodicals, Ohio State fend Union Law College. rpiIIS Institution has been removed to Cleveland, Ohio. Degrees are legally con erred, and students upon graduating, may be admitted to practice, Dor Circulars ad- areas, at Cleveland dec 2357 y . M. A. KING. Secretary TO MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS DR. BRAGG'S VIRGIN FILLS. "' TUIE essential ingredient of this valuable remedy is not new, but is well known to the medical schools of France and Germany, and ha been employed by the females of the principal courts of Europe, and by all the 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 fur 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 consequences. 1 have thereforo prepared this specific in the neat and simple form of a pill, and put it up iu small,' flat boxes, which can safely be sent any distance by mail in a common envel ope. Each box is accompanied 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 none of tho diseas es within the 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 the womb, whites, painful suppression and irregular menstrua tion, diseases of pregnancy, all nervious com plaints caused by disordered uterine organs, weaknesses, (to., the symptoms of irhicha.ro fully expluined 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, hen 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 in the cheek of pallor, will at unco convince the patient of their effect. - ' Price $1 per box, and will be sentpost paid, by return mail, to any part or tne United States, on receipt of the money. The money may be sent by mail, at the risk of the sub scriber. " ". - DR. A. G. BRAOO, may 12:58 - '. Saint Louis, Mo. NOTICE TO TUB . TAX-PAYERS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, O. TN PURSUANCE OF LAW, I, JOHN JL MoADAMS.Treasurerof aald County, hernby notify tne Tax payer thereof, that the Itute of 'luxation for the yea 1858, Incorrectly etated In the follow Inn table, thowinir tbe number of djllara and cent levied on erury (10'iu of taxable property In each of tbe Town- mips ana ia:orporaia jowuioi taiatounty. 31 g w is f 5a Dtf OQ ri a s- n 3 . CP 1 b S?5 ft I2 .' ' .?. S o o o o oo o ! i i ! i 1 : ! I i i I ! i i f ! ; n ! ! 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According to the provisions of the law for tin Somi-Annuat collection of Taxes passed April 12th, 1858, "Each person charged with any tax, on any tax Duplicate, in the hands of any County Treasurer, may, at his option, instead of paying the whole amount of taxes with which he stands charged by the twentieth day of December, as hereto fore required, to pay to said Treasurer, on or before the said twentieth of December, one half of tho tax for the current year, with which ho stands charged,and the remaining half thereof on or before the twentieth day of June, 1859. . .. Sec. 4. lfanv nnrsnn ntiarn-pd with nn tax on the Tax Duplicate in thei hands of fl . m i, . j . any uounty i reaburer, tail to pay one-half thereof on or before thri twRntintli Hn nr vccemDer .oext, alter tne same shall have i- i ... p. . ... ooon cnargcu on such duplicate, or shall not pay the remainder of such tax on or be fore the twentieth day of June noxt there after, the county treasurer may charge such delinaents with five so payable on or bsfore each of said days. as a uenairv ior mo non-nnvmnnf thfrpnf . l j ..xvve, ana mav collect Raid nonnhv fnr thn uaa - rf J J IW UDV VI mo irensureras a penauy lorsucn collection, together with the tax charged to such delin quent, and, which he. shall have failed to pay as aforesaid, by distress or otherwise, in the manner nroRnrihcd hv tha ninpinomK section of the act nreBcribino-aim rlntlpanf cuumy ireasurers, in an cases where the half of any tax other than taxes npon real estate,' shall not be paid on or before the twentieth day of December, the whole ofthe . .. r..L. . tuxes ior uie current year so charged shall be due and collected as incase of delinquent Sec. 13. If one half of any tax charged against any lands or, town1ots, shall not be paid on or before the 20th day of December in each year, or collected by distress or otherwise, as hereinbefore nnerirW: thn same shall be charged on the duplicate with uiiny per cent penalty, ana interest, and with said Denaltv and intereRt. elinll ha nm. able on or before the 20th day of June next Buuceeuings aim u not men paid, together with OJie-lialf of said original tax na nn nr bpfore said 20th day of Jun, the same pen alty and interest, shall be charged upon Said last half hi such tnv. and thn whnla together shall constitute the delinquent tax on such lands or town lots, to. be dealt with and collected in the maimer prescribed by ! : c i c-o o S-o o P o o r 2.: i 1 ffififii!iifi.. I IMMHIiUti Ml-. law. And if such delinquent taxes and pen alty, togoHher with tho one-half of tho taxes charged on such, real estate fur the current year, shall not be paid on or before the 20th day of. December in each year, the, saiA.de linquent taxee and the whole of the taxes for the current year shall be due and shall be collected by the sale of such real estate in the manner prescribed by law, and in case the first half o any such tax shall be paid on or before the 20th day of December as herein, providod, but the last half thereof tailing dua on or before the 20th day of June in any year shall not bs paid on or before said last named day, then and in that case the same penalty shall-attach to said unpaid half of such tax, and the same shall be treated as delinquent tax as herein provided. The Treasurers offleff at Steubenville, will be open from and after the 1st or OcmiiEa. 1858. to June 20th, 1859, for the purposeof recoiving an inx en cnargea on idb ihx implicate ior tne yonr 1858.. . , . Nothing; but Ohio currency rcdecroabh iu specie, taken in payment for taxes. ' Tax-payers who have worked out their Eoad taxes, must obtain the Superviflors receipt for the same, or they will be compelled to pay the same in money. 1 '. N. B. Supervisors are required to specify In tbeir road certificates, the amount of taxes paid in labor, and the number of the district, and the township where, and the time when such labor has been performed, and all tax-payers who have worked, or caused to be worked out their road tax, or any part thereof, are required to produce tbeir certificate for the same to the Treasurer, or hU deputy, at the time of paying their taxes- JOHIT McADAMS. Treasurer. Treasurer's Office, Jefferson Co., Ohio) Steubenville, October C 1358.$ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. : SHERIFF'S SALE. Mercantile Bank, vs. , Thomas B. Updike, et. al. Y VIRTllE of an order of sale in this cause, issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Jefferson County, State of Ohio, boaring date October 16th i853, and to roe directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Steubenville. on SATURDAY, the Uthday of Decern ber, 1858. atl o'clock P. M., of said day the following described real estate and premises, situate in the County of Jefferson and State of Ohio, to wit : I. Part of section (28) township (2) two, Range (1) one, of the Steubenville land dis trict, beginning for boundary at the north west corner of the tract at a post in the late Htns Wilson's line, thence S. 83 0 East, 96 7 111 perches to a hickory, thence N. 78J. deg., E. 94 percheL to a sugar tres, thence S. 35 o E. 42 perches to a black oak, thence S. 21)0 W. 36 perches to a cornet in the run, thence S. 20 0 W. 20 perches to a large black oak, thence S. 23 0 W. 38 porches to an ironwood, thence S. 25 0 W. 36 perches to a beech tree in the section line, thence S. 88 W. 155 7-10 perches to a sugar tree and doubln black walnuttree, thence N. yt W. 150 5-10 perches lo the place of beginning, containing one hundred and sixty-seven acres, twenty-, six perches more er les9. . II. Also another tract adjoining the above described, and bounded as follows : Begin ning at a post in a lino in the tract before described, thence down a run with a line of land formerly owned by Alexander Wells, thenco N . 40 W. 53 perches to a post, thence N. 73 W. 20 perches to a post, thence N. 58 0 W. 9 310 perches to a white walnut, thence IS.- 27 0 W. 22 perches, to a beech in William's line, thence S. 74 E. 36 810 per ches to a sugar tree, thence S. (35); twenty five and a Jialf perches, thence north 84 0 east 30 perches to the beginning, containing eight acres 98 perches more or less, and being the same tract formerly conveyed by John Fisher and wife to James Odbert now deceased. III. Alsu n pail uf seclioa OO f too-otUifi and range aforesaid, beginning at a post on the top of the Ohio river bank in the south boundary of Mrs. Fisher's lot, running thence N. 87 W. 24 4 10 perches to a post in the east line ofthe Cleveland & Pittsburgh Rail Road, thence S. 13J W. 9 perches, thenct sooth 10 W. 8 perches, thence S. W. 13 5-10 perches, thence N. 86' 0 E. 3G 6 10 perches to a post in the lop ofthe river bank, thence north four aed ono half degrees, West 26 3-10 perches to the beginning, containing 5 M-100 acres more or less, according to a survey by J. M. Rickey of 2d of October 1855, together with the Iron Mill erected thereon, and the buildings, machinery and improve ments thereto belonging. IUI. Also a part of the Inst mentioned section, township and range, beginning at a post,' the south-east corner of a tract heretofore conveyed by John Fisher to the Steubenville and Indiana Railway Company, said post standing in the north boundary line of Alts. Jonathan Hagan'sland, running thence west with the east line of said Company's laud to Fisher's line S. 80 0 E. 32 perches to a locust, thence S. 85 E. 34 perches to the west line of a lot owned by William Fisher's heirs, thence 8. 2 W 10 perches with the line of said lot, thence S. 87 E. 21 5-10 perches to .tho fence west of the road at tho river, thence 8. E. 44 5-10 perches with said feuccS. 3 ii. 10 5-10 toHngan's line, thence S- eighty-six and one half degrees, W. 53 2-10 perches with Hagan's line to the place of be ginning, containing 25 acres, 2 roods, 24 per ches more or less and inclosing the strip of land lying between the tract hereby conveyed and tho Ohio river in front thereof, excepting all rights of the Ferry and Ferry privileges, and the public road and excepting the tract of the Cleveland A Pittsburg Railway Com pany, seventy feet in width, bounded on the east by a line forty feet distant, and or. the west by a line thirty feet distant from the centre line of the Railway, as now located, excepting also 4 3-100 acres ont of said tract sold to Robert M ears, as surveyed by J. M. Rickey May 7th 1855, excepting also 2 40-100 acres sold to Jeremiah Hurry and Emanuel Tbeinpont, as surveyed by J. M. Rickey De cember 27th 1854, sud I will offer said prop erty aforesaid, first altogether, and then in sepa'ate parcels as herein described, and will strike it off either as au entirety or in separate parcels which ever way will bring the most money.." . : , - , . Terms of salecash. - , JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff. ' Sheriffs Office. I 'Fee $23.25 . BteuDenvuie, iNov. lUao-ts. ... - - sheriff's sale. i . ; John Cochran, et. 8,1. " ; '. - , . . .' " ' ' vs. " . . Peter Price, et. al. : TY VIRTUE of an order of sale in this cause issued out of tho Court of Com mon Pleas of Jefferson county, State of Ohio, bearing dute Nov let,' 153, and to' me directed, I will expose to sale by public- vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House, in the city of Steuben ville, on . ' . . ;;'. '-' Y ; ' Saturday, the 11 th day of December, 'v.'-''1 1858. :,. .. ... at 1 o'clock, . P. M., of said day, the ful lowing real estate and premises, which are described as follows, . to wit : situate, lying and being in the city of Steubenville, Jefferson,, county Ohio,, beginning for; the same on sixth street twenty (20) feet from , the south line of lot number four (4) and running thence south along said street twenty (20) feet and extending back of even width to- an alley ; the same being part of lot number three in Anderson's Donald son's addition to the said city of Steuben ville. ;-; '. ,' - -.- Terms of sale cash , : ?" v- r - . :! , ." JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's, office, Steubenville, ) nov lQ.'58-td-Fee $6,25 . '. - . fJONCENTKATED LYE. A genu- ine article, for making soap, for sale by oct80.'58 - Hxmao 4 Mitvix. SHERIFFS SALE ON PARTITION. Joseph Noebit, vs. Vt. . A.- tt.-L:.. .1 B Y VIRTUE of an order of sale in this cause, issued out of the Court of Cora mom Pleas of Jefferson county, Stale of Ohio, bearing date October 16th,' 185SJ and to me directed, I will expose to sale, by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House, in I be city .of: otemenvuie, on . ' Saturday, the 11 th day of 'December, -. - A.D. 1858, at 1 o'clock p. M.of said day, the following described real estate and premises to wit; the north east quarter of section number nineteen, in township number ten, of range number three in the Steubenville Land District in Jefferson co. Ohio, conveyed by Jacob Adrian and Kitwah, his wife, to Joseph Nesbit, by deed bearing date April 2d, 1825, recorded in Book J, pages 349 and 350 of the record of deeds of Jefferson county Ohio excepting therefrom ths part conveyed to Jonathan Nesbit, as follows, to wit : Being in west part of the north east quarter of section number nineteen, township number ten, in range number three of the Steubenville Land District Beginning at a stone, the south west cor ner of said quarter, section, and running thence north one hundred and sixty. and one-tenth perches to a stone, thence eost forty-six perches to a stone, thence south eighty perches to a post, thenee west, six perches and fifteen links to a post, thence south twenty-four perches to a poBt, thenco east six perclios and fifteen links to a post, thence south fifty-six and one-tenth perch es to a stone, thence west forty-six perches to the place of beginning, containing forty-five acres, conveyed by deed dated March 19th, 1652, and recorded in book C. No. 2, pages 512 and 513 of the records of Jelterson county, subject to the payment to Elizabeth Nesbit, the widow of Joseph Nesbit, deceased, of the sum of thirty three dollars each and every year during her natural life, as and for her dower in said premises. Terms One-third cash on the day of sale one-third in twelve months the balance in two years from day of sale, with inter est. The deferred payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises. Sheriff's Office, Steubenville, O. nov. 9-te(fee $11) JAMES II. BLINN, ' . Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. : " . Bancroft tc Lee, vs. George Goodwin. DY VIRTUE of a writ of vendi exponas, L issued out of the Court , of Common Pleas of Jefferson County. State of Ohio, bear ing dale November 6th 1853, and to me direc ted, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Steubenville, on Saturday, the llth day of Deember, 1858. at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day the following described premises tiituate in Jefferson County and Stale of Ohio, to wit : Lots numbered ten T10 eleven (11 twelve 12 fourteen 14 fifteen 15 sixteen 16 seventeen ( 17) eighteen (18) thirty-four (34) and fifteen feet oif the west si do of lot num bered thirty-three'(33) on the plat of tbe town of York. Terms of sale cash. JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. SJicriff'6 Office, Fee 6,25. Steubenville, Nov. 10.'58-ts. SHERIFF'S SALE, John Travis, et. al. vs. - - Muses A. Campbell, en al. TY VIRTUE of an order of sale in this cause issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Jefierson. county, State of Ohio, bearing date October 2d, a. b. 1858, and torao directed, I will expose to salo by public vendue and outcry, at the front door ofthe court house, in the city of Steuben ville, on SATTRDAY, tie 4th day of December, A. D. 1858, at 1 o'clock p. 11. of said day, the following real estate and premises: situate in the county of Jefferson and State of Ohio, and described as follows, to wit: I. Part of the south east quarter of section number thirty-four, township number eight, and range number two, and bounded and descri bed as follows : Beginning at a post stan ding in the northwest corner of said quar ter, running thence south to the southwest corner of said quarter, thence east to a sasairas, corner to lands of John Downy' heirs, thence N. 311 0 , E. thirty-four pe ches to the edge of Yellow Creek, thence with the middle of he creek, N. 31 0 E. one hundred and eight perches to a post, on a small sand-bar in the middle of the creek, thence N. 29 E. eleven and six teenth perches to the bank of the creek, thence North 91 0 West thirty-six tenth perches to a stone, standing in the north boundary line corner to lands of George Wilson, thence west to the place of begin ning, containing seventy-one acres more or less. " ' '. . II. Part of the Southwest quarter of section number thirty-tour, township num ber eight and range number two, beginning for the same at the southeast corner of said southwest quarter of section thirty-four, thence north, one hundred and fifty-eight perches to the northeast corner of said quarter, thence west forty -one and one tenth perches, thence south ono hendred and fifty eight perches, thence east forty one and one-tenth perches to the beginning, containing forty acres, two roods and twenty-one perches be the same more or less. - -. . . , -,v ... r ..-. III. Part of the Southeast quarter ofthe Northwest quarter of section thirty-four, township eight and range two, beginning for the same at a post the centre of said section, thence north elghty-bne and eight tenth perches to a post, thence west fifty five perches to a run, thence S. 141 iVest, twenty-two perches to two small beech trees on the west bank of the run, thence South 171 0 West, thirteen and three tenth perches, thonce S. 101 0 E. twenty three 4 prcheB. thence South 28 0 East, seven perches to a post on the west side of the run, thence east fifty seven perches to the place of beginning containing twon-ty-eight acres more or less. '' r1 7 Terms of sale cash. r - ' - - JAMES H. BLINN. Sheriff. ' Sheriff's Office,'-1 7 - Fee $14,00. Steubenville, Nov. 3, '58-ts. Attachment Notice. my instance, an attachment was this flfltf tannnrl hv .Tnhn VVLlta ' m 1 ....t ofthe Peace of Smithfield township, Jeffer son county, utno, against the property and effects of Matthew Sicksmith.H linn-rant. dent of said county. ISAAC VVADDLE. nov.io-at ' :v ' 1 ... r- . ' ; 'i. : . -J0HNP. OLIVES, ; AT TOR NEVA T LA IF, ''. Stkubenvillb, Ohio. ' ' rfcFFlCE on Market street,- Immediately v opposite the Jefferson Branch Bank.' - nov.a'58-tf. T7RESII Garden anil Flower seeds for sale by Hening & Mrlvin. april 28;5S, " SECOND STOCK OF PALL QO0L S P OR 1 85 8 . 7 " ;.v:.:';;7 DUNLAP feXOBLiS- 'M7 ARB JUST RECEIVING THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS Til KY EVER BROUGHT TO THE. .CITY,. WHICH THEY 'ARE - DETERMINED TO SELL ON AS GOOD ; ' -j .". 7"'. terms as. they can - v 1 fie had in any establishment west of . the Mountains. CONSISTING of Merinnesi CoburgJ, Velvets. Mdimlin DLaines, Si'ki and Dress J-7 Goods of the newest styles. Shawl of every variety. Linens, Ribbons,. Fringe, "Gloves, Dosirry, Cl'illm, Cassimeren, Satinnits, Floiinels, Priuts. andf Muslins of every kind. BoHs, and Shoss, Hats and Cap and a . ' ' ' - . . GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES, of every variety. - Tbee goods having been purchased late in the season on th most favora ble terms, we are able to kcII thrin at sncli prices thiit all will say that they are LOWES THAN ANY EVER OFFERED D( ANY MARKET. " v We invite all to call nt thn corner of 4.h and Adam Streets, Steubeuvilie, and ne fur them selves, where they will find 4000 yards'of Velver, Brmsels, Wool and Patch OARPBTSJof extra styles, and at prices lower than any evtr offered in thl market. ; . . ' - -:' .; ITTIiHiikful for the patronage herelofoie received, we solicit a continuance of the same. . ' November 3, 1H5. . - . DUNLAP A COBLE. SHERIFF'S SALE. " T he North Western Bank of Virginia, . vs. 1 William S.Gill. BY IRTUEtifan order of sale in this cause issued out ofthe Court of Com mon Pleas" of Jefferson County, Ohio, bearing date September 27th 1858, and to me directed, 1 will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the frout door of the Court House, iu the City of 8teubeuville, on Saturday, the llth day of December, 1858. , al 1 o'clock, P. M of said day the following real estate and premise, situate in Jefferson County, and Stae of Ohio, and described as follows to wit : - - , . - I. Lot number twenty-sir (26) on the plat ofthe town of Mt, Plcasant.itogether with tbe appurtenances ihereto belonging. II. Also fractional part off the East side of lot number twenty-four (24) on the plat ofthe town of Mt Pleasant, fronting nine feet on JJain street and running back an equal wTtith one hundred sixty-six and two-tenth feet. Terms of sale cash. JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff. Sherirs-Office, .' Fee $6,25. Steuben ville, Nov, 10,'58-ts. Ail Ordinance Supplementary to ' An Ordinance to regu lato Oainibucs, Hackney Coaches, Ex press Waggons and Drays," passed August 28th, 1850. gro. I. Ra It ordained by th Cltf Council, or th Cltr nf HtUbHnTlllM. 1 lint LhA .In., nwnuM all utni'ibubeii, bui-kt, Umy4, mrtn, unit nre wuoo. Vila1, ffbnll vav to the Olerk nf tlm CAtr iVinniHI. ann,!. til)- on ilu iir.it May of Junary, the follewiiig fimt to win For acn (imninrH, nre aoimre ; ior enrh naec. five ilul Urn , for enoli dray, tbr. a dollars ; for aich curt, tbrea dollar ; and fur each ;exprsa vagon, tbrea dol lars. Sea. II. That anon thn numunt f th iinu lli. said (llurk Bball oiiMtt to be piaord on aoDie e?Diieuou placnof the veblcln tbrreb) liceriKod.a number painted on tin platH.and ki-i-pa rocord of the dateof tba luau Ing l the jame, wbicb whall continue and only be fur (be period of one roar, (aid plate to be furnUbed and emu ior oy tne applicant ior aaia nccnae. Kbo. Ill That the owner or ownura of earh nnii t.n omnibua. hack, dray, cart, aod exprena wagon nnlng the KlrnelB of Fald City, for the purpose of hire and pro fit, who ti.il to comply with tne provision ot this ordi- iiauro, iiiail. upin ronviouoii Derora tna Mayor, be fined till! Blim of nnc flnllar. tjurn'h with Ihn im nf ..( fr eiery day tlmy delay to pay to naid Clerk, the rate uabu iu iiiik nruiiiauce. Ht.:. IV. That thin ordinance shall be in foroe on and alter the firs, dny of January, A 1), 1859. I'assed iu Council, November 4, A. 1). 185S. . A Unit: UKO.r'IfKV?. City Cera. JoSEI'It MKANt), President of City CoonclL An Ordinance Supplementary to " an ordinance to pro vk'o ftr keeping the Streets and Alleys in proper order Dud rcptir, and for lay ing out, opening and extending Streets and Alley's;" passed May 25th 1852. Fee I. Bo it ordained by 'ha City Council of the City of gtcuhetvillH, That irom and after the pausing of thia onlinauee, it shall not be lawiul. for any person or pir- puiii-, w vi'tui, uih or iu any nraiHurD any afreet, lane or alley within the City of Steubenville Ii? the purport ii introducing water or gaa from the main piliun. into any private dwelling, factory, shop, IdcIo aure, or i lace on the veoiines in bis,btr or their pos nation, or cup auil !! up nld tiets and alleys, for sny par(ioewbaioevor, without first applying to tlia treet Commirrioner c said cilv, and obtaining bis written or printed pet miFnion for that purpow; and any neraon or persons violating this section herein, shall forfeit and pay a Per altv of not mn.a th.n .b.1 dollars, ncr lesa than five dodars. and coiu nf inun. lion lor ench and every offence ; nnd remain liable to pay a I exirrft'J of restoring the street, lana or alley, so opened, dug up or dlaturoed, to as god a conilltion aa Huas beloie mch unlawlul Intermeddling tlnire- K. ll. That when lierenfter any person or persons iihiill be itcsiroua ot opening or digging int ' any atreet. lane or alley wltbin the said cllv. fnr th. nnrni ni i. troil ucing water or gas into any privatedwellln g, factory, shop, Inclonure, or place on the premises in his, lier or the r pnsfesnion, or for any other puipose whatever. It shall be bis, her or theirduty, to make a written appll cation jo Ilia 8treet Cotnniissicner, lor that uurpive. r,M..i...iH .nu ini-.vwurru Bucn pipes aremienued to be placed, or fur any other purpose, and stipulating, at his ner or their own emm- aa tn ont.h l ,hniA ,..v. .i.w . In twinty-four hours f'om the beginning ol the work, and to excutn the whoie under (he direction, and to the entire satislartion of the ,-treet Oomiolssioner. leaving the street, lane or alley In as good condition as it Was before the work commenced, bKO. 111. That whenever an v TMmon nr nmnn. Ing opened or dug into any street, lane or alloy In said city, tor the purnosecf introducing water or gas, or any other purpose as aforusaid. shall leave his. her or their opening ordigglng.open and unfinished during tba night euun, ii suaii oe ins, ner or tucirauty to lence up and to protect tho same by a sufflrlui.t temporary fence, to )i. Im.n. a.1 r t hm tUm LI..... J - ... I ... : . 1 m v. ..f c.iw. vnpuiuuitniunrt auu vn failing so U do, he, she or they shall forfeit and pay, on conviction Ibennf, a penalty of not less lhan rive dnl- lira, nor ii ore man twentyJve dollars, together with ono wn. ui rueruwii..i . nuu mru'er eiiaii rviuNin nnDie to pay all damage which may result from such failure and oml'slon. CM. IV. That It shall ba the duty ol the Street Com. mlssioner to snperlntf r:d, examine, and direct the pro gress and finishing of the laying ot all such water or gis pipe, a? may horvarter be authorised: and in all cases whr the respective parties execute their engage ments raitbtuily. he anal certify the same upon their permission, which shail exonerate thm from fu'.ure ?ue.tlon: but in all crses where there ts a failure to itlfilthelr engagements, it shall be his dutv to prosecute tbe delinquent, and to causa him, her or them tn pay all expenses ot rendering the work compete, according to ujd vijKiii.i etiituiaiiuu in ma peii'ion 0. V. That if any person or nersonaownlna or neon. pying any cellar. the door ot which may ie in any atreet, lane or alley within sail cltr. shall permit or allow such collar door to remain or be kept open, at any time, between twilight in the evenina-and day light in the mnrr.inr. without at the same time havtnii a light in such celiar way, every person or persons so olf riding, on conviction thereof before ibe Mayor, shall for every such oltrnce, forfeit and pay, not less than one dollar, nor mora than twtuty dollars, together with the ooits of rrosemitlon. . tic. VI That It iha'l ba the duty of every person or persons engaged, and the employer of every person en gaged. In excavating the earth, upon any lot er Iota of firounu ironung or aoiuung upon any street, alloy or ane.or tn any utherenen andevnnaed nnrttnn nf lmlMl of fiteubenvilla. to have the sides of the excavation or em- oankmeni ienoeu or oarrtcaaeaounng tl.eniht season, with good and proper fences or barricades; and on tail are to ere such fence or barricade as a.oraeai l every person nr perar.ns so offending, shall, Ol conviction thereof befrre the Mavor. f'rfeit and mr ler eanh anil every such ofienoe, any sum not less (ban five dellars, nor more than twenty five dollars, together with tbe costs of prosecution heo. tn, mat in ess tns said elty may become llsh'e snd have to pay damages and costs anting from the Tlclationsof tills onluauc. or any ofthe piovlstonsof uiv eiue. i,iv Biuvuii, ni p.iu wun iuiere.1, costs ana r.,mm . h 1 1 m t ,h c n I , . I l.u. fl.u. .... .1 . . l.vrn. pi.n.i, n. ... hu. .ni g v. . IV J UI yVTV. be returned to the Auditor of Jefferson County, and made a tax upon tba property to, or on which said trench, hole nr excavation mav ba onened nr Hn.. nr oellar door left open, and sutered upon the grand du plicate ior lasauoo. . ... Sao. VIII. That If any person or itersons shall ran. drive or draw, or cause to be run, driven or drawn, on nujr ui .ue i fH.vu,abe wiiuiu m t4 ciiy, any nnacn, wairon. cart orcarrta'.a whatsoever: or aha'l wllfutlv ride, lead ordrire any hersa. ass, mule, ox, cow or other cattle. On any of the tnot-psveiuonts within leld city, he, she or they so offending, shall, on conviction thereof b fare the flavor, ray a lino of not leas than one dol lar, nor more than twenty dollars, together with the costs of prosecution; ar.d any refusal or wilful neglect on tl part nf the Street Cmnils. loner of sail city, to prosecute for a violation of the provisions of this supple mentary ordinsnee. shall subject him to a fine olany sum notexceedltg live dollars, et tbe discretion ofthe Mayor. Pko. IX. That this orMnance shall ba in force anil effent from and after Im pprage. i -. Jrasseu iDVlouncii ..ot. a. A, JJlo&ll. - . AtLOft .... :.'.'.. OEO. nCKES; City Oerk . T ; im ... JOSKfH MKAM, 'resident of Cltv Council. J. W. MANDKL. ; f. e. HINEMAN : ' ' MANDEt & HINEMAN, " MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil,' Soap & Candles. Fourth Kimsi l,Atuen Market & Washington, Steubenville, O., " ine Qignest,. market 1 price fn cash paid for Lard, Grease, and Tallow." April o, 0 iy, WHOLESALE D HUGO ISTS Three doors below Jeffersoh Branch Bank. " STEUBIWVIUB. .:; fl'IIE subscribers have now in store a fine stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, oils, Varnishes, Dye fluffs, Psrfumery and Daguer. reotype matorial, which they axe prepared to sell at the lowest market rales. . Country merchants ara requested to examine our stock and prices, before purchasing; else where, N. B.' Beeswax and Uinsentr purchase ed by the subscribers. UENlNQJtllliLVIN, dec St , r ;! : ; '' t . .. : ': HOWARD ASS OCX AX I ON ; PHILADELPHIA, ..- , A Benevolent Institution, established by spe cial endowment for the relief of the sick and distressed; afflicted with'Viru- 7 lent and Epideroio diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION In view ofthe awful destruction of-humaa life, caused by Sexual diseases, snd the de ceptions practised upon the unfortunate vic tims of such diseases by Quacks,' several years 8 go directed tboir 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 forms, and to give Medical Advice G rat is, to all who apply by letters, with a description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, &c.,) and in cases of extreme poverty, to Furnish Medicines Free of Charge.! 4t is needless to add that the Association com mands the highest Medical skill ofthe age, and will furnish theniost approved modern treatment. . ... - . t. The Director of the' Association in their annual Report npon the treatmont of Sexual Diseases, for the year ending Jan uary 1st, 1858, express the highest satis faction with the success which his attend ed the labors of the Consulting Surgeon in the cure of Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weak- ' ness. Impotence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syph ilis, the vice of Onanism or Self-abuse," tVc, and order a continuance ofthe same plan for the ensuing year. - : : ; . - . - The Directors, on a review ofthe pist.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 and much despised cause. An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness,the Vice of Onanismw Masturbation or self-abuse, and other dis eases of the sexual Organs, "by the Consult ing surgeon, will be sent by mail, (In a sealed envelope,) FREE or Charge, on re ceipt of TWO STAMPS for postage. Oth 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 new remedies and methods of treatment discovered duting the last year ore of great value. ' : Address, for report or treatment, Dr.. George R. Calhoun, Consulting surgeon, Howard Association, No 2, south Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. v . , , 13y order ot the Directors. . , EZRA D. HEART WELL, President. George Fairchild, secretary oct 13,'58-ly 7 7 . THE LIVER INVIGORATOR. PREPARED BY DR. S&KFORD,-' Compounded Entirely ' from GUMS, IS ONE- OF THE BEST PURGA I TIVE and LIVER MEDICINES now be fore tbe public. . These GUMS re One dose often re peated is a sure cure forCHOLIHA Mobbcs. and a preventive of Cholera. . . Only on bottle is necessary to throw move all morbid or bad matter from the system, supplying in their place a healthy flow of bile, invigor ating the stomach, causing- food to di out of the system tbe effects of medicine gest well, pcaimxa TBKBLOOD.glVingtOlie and health to , the after a long Blckness One bottle taken fnr Jaundice removes all sallowness orun natural - color from the skin. .7 - 0"e dose taken a whole machinery, re- moving the cause of the disease effect ing a radical cure. Biuiors attacks are short time before eat ing gives vigor to the cured, and,, what is better, prevented, by appeti'e and makes the food digest well. One dose often re peated, cures Chron ic Diarhma , in - its worst form, while SuMatut and Bowu Complaints yield al most to the first dose A few bottles will the occasional use of the Liver Invigora tor. ' Only one dose ta ken before retiring, prevents the NIGHT MARE. Only one dose ta ken at night losens the bowels gently, and cuivs Costivk- curs Daorar by ex citing the absorb ents, ; ...j'. . NK8S, We take pleasure in recommending the. medicine as a preven tive for Fim and t .. 17 One dnse taken af ter each meal will CUreDTSPRFSU. One dose of two tea spoonsful will al ways relieve SIoK HE&DACuK. Only one dose im q- I&UU1C, VSIMr C IVES, (and all Fevers of a i"iJ.ioiiTtp. I' nn. erates with certainty ana thousands are willing to testify to its wonderful virtues mediately relieve Colic, while All who use it are giving their unani mous testimony in Us favor." Mix water ir. the mouth with the In vigoraior and ewullow both tuffetber." ' PRICE ONE DOLLAR FER HOT . TLE. 7' ; DR. SANFORD, Proprietor, No. 345, Broad- T vr... ' way, new lora. Retailed by all Druggist. Sold aWby' ' Hbnino & Melvin, & M. L. Miukr. Steubenville, O. and J. C. WRIGHT, ' Knoxville, O.' r - ; . june 23'58:ly FITS ! FITS I FITS t ! ! BANCS'S VKOITABLM ICXTBACT :" ""'"' EPILEPTIC PILLS,. For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and U Nervous and Constitutional Diseases. , "PERSONS who artj laboring under lliis A diRtressing malady will find-HANCE'S VEGETABLE EPILEPTIO PILLS 10 bathe only remedy ever discovered" for curing Epi lepsy or Falling Fits. ' ' 7 : - ' , These pills possess a specific action on the nervous system j and, although they are pre- , pared especially for curing fits, they Will be round of especial benefit for all persons afflict ed with weak nerves, or whose nervous system has been prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. Ia chronio complaints, 4r , diseases of long standing, superinduced by . nervousness, they are excecdinvly beneficial. Price three dollars per box, or two boxes for . five dollars. Persout out of the city enclosing a remittance, will have the pills sent to them, through the mail, free of potKe. For sale by.SETH S..UANCE, No. lOd Baltimobi Stsiit, Baltimore, Md., to whom orders from all parts of,fhe Union must beaddreNxed, post paid. . ... '. june 'J,'6d ly. DR. S. ROTIIACKER, ; Richmond; JelTrfrnon County Ohln t: ' UARNISHES, Coach Copal, Japan, &o . just received and for sale by ecS Hssiso A Mkltix