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BY VIRTUE of Execution No. 2794, is sued out oft lie Superior Court of Cincin nati.Hamilton county, State of Ohio, bear ing date September :Ukh,A.D.1858, and to me directed, I have levied npcovand will expose tosals by public vendue and outcry, at the front door of the court houe, to the city o( Steubenville, on , " ; 4 S1TUKDAY. THE 20iti ' DAY OF , NOVEMBER. A. D. 1858,. at 1 o'clock, p. it. of eaid day, the following described lot of land, with the apptittenan ces, situate, lying and being1 in 'lie corpor ate limits of the city of Steubenville, in the county of Jefferson and State of Ohio, bounded on the north by the premises late ly owned by David Jloodey, and by him j conveyed1 to James Collier, south, by the northern boundery of Roswell 5Iarsh's lot, east by 7th street, and went by the premi ses lately owned by Joptha L. ilolton.it bo Jng the same pre niiees upon:which William . 1$. Collier nowjesides,. containing about one acre and a half. Terms of sale 'cash. JAMES H BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Steubenville, 0. oct.20,'58-ts-Fee $6,38 . . SHERIFF'S SALE. Henry Jackroan, Alpha Morse et. al. ' TY VIRTUE of an order of sole In this cause. Issued out of the Court of Com mod pleas, of Jefferson county, State of Ohio, bearing data September 25th, A. u IS6H, and to me directed, 1 will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at the frontajloor of the court house, In the city of Steubenville, on SATURDAY. THE 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 Jefferson, and Stato of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows : Section number twenty-six 26, range two '!, of township nine 9, Saline township, al so the north half of the north west quarter of section number twenty-five 25 and of range and township aforesaid ; the ground and lot occupied by the Cleveland and Pitts burgh rail rond depot and right of way, and one acre for the District school house ex cepted, containing seven hundred and twenty-four and one-half acres, more or less. . Terms of sale cash. JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff s Office, Steubenville, O. - Oct. 20,'53-ts Fee $6,38. Cheap and Fashionable Clothing: ! ! ! JONES HOFMAYER, WDOLBSALB km RETAIL DEALER IX ALL KINDS Or FASHIONABLE CLOTHINU, Market street, three doors above Fourth at., Steubenville, Ohio. THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS EVER OFFERED IN STEUBENVILLE. rfflHE UNDERSIGNED has just re- ceived and is adding weekly to his large and general assortment of Ready Made Clothing, the latest styles as they come out, to which be directs the attention of his friends and the public, assuring tbem that he is ore. pared to sell every description of goods, at . prices lower man Has ever been purchased in this section of the state. Io point of style. I.-.- J l..-,;. i ! if . ' quality or uurauimy, nisgoous cannot De e.v . celled in this or any other western market. His prices are uniform, and the public miy feel confident that they will at all times re ceive the worth of their money. It will be to the interest of all, to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as his clothing is made to order, he is satisfied that he is able to sell better goods at lowe; prices , than any house in the city. J. HOFMAYER, Market st.. three dbois above Fourth, Steubenville. aprH'58 Dry Goods Cheap for Cash ! ! ! WM. SPEER, TTAS just received his Fall Stork of ' "" Dry Goods, purchased in the Eastern Cities, and will sell them low for cash : Embracing a great variety of Goods for La- dies, such as Dress Silks of the most approved Styles, Irish Poplins, Clonk and Cloak: velvet, Velvet Ribbons, Bonnet Ribbons, Head Dres- ; ses, Dress Trimmin6,01oves,Howery .Shawls, Delaines, Collars, Embroidery, Fringe of all widths and colors also a general assortment .of Gents Clothing, consisting of Broad-Cloth and Cassnneres, of all colors, and a great . variety of Velvet Vest Patterns, under Shirts and Drawers, bocks, Cravats and Hun (liter chiefs of all sorts. WILLIAM SPEER. oct 20-'5eJtf SADDLERY. REMOVAL. JOHN N. MYERS, begs leave to inform " the public, that he has removed his estab lishment, for the manufacture of Saddlery, Harness, Upholstery, &c, To the North-West corner of Market and Fourth streets, in the room recently occupied by G. H. Glasgow, where he is prepared to furnish his former patrons, and the public in general, with a better stock of all articles in bis line than heretofore, and UTat reduced prices. ' P-Remember tho place. sep2D-.tf .. School Examiners' Notice to Teachers. EXAMINATIONS will be held as fol-- lows: In Steubenville, on Saturday, June 2Gth, 1858, lu Richmond, on Friday, August lith, In Smithfield, on Saturday, August 7th, Iu Steubenville, on Saturday, September ISth, Iu Richmond, on Friday, October 29th, In Smiibfield, on Saturday. Oclolier 30th, In Steubenville, on Saturday, December 4th, A BR? lnni"S. each ProniPlly at Nine o'clock By order of ! he Board. JACOB N. PESELLEM, Clerk. ' Warrenlon, Jeff, co. 0., June 9th. 1858 td. HENINO & lELVINi WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS Throe doors below Jefferson Branch Bank. . STEUBENVILLE. fpiIE subscribers have now In store a fine .-. Block of Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, oils, Varnishes, Dye Stnffs, Perfumery and Daguer reotype material, which they are prepared to sell at the lowest market rates. Country merchants are requested To examine our stock and prices, before purchasing else where. N, B. Beeswax and Ginseng purchas ed by the subscribers. HENING MELVIN. dec2 , S. L. Sharp Removal. nHOLESALEANDRETAILDEAL- erin tobacco, snuff and cioars, Market St. one door above the Bunk, near Fifth-Street, Steubenville, Ohio', ; Ord-sers respectfully solicited. . may2C ' LIVERY ! LIVERY ! ! rniIE undersighed having recently replen f -Mshed his Livery Stable by an jnerensed nu.nber of Horses Carriages and Buggies, . annoy tne great improvement or his entire . stock, in quality ai well as quantity, would most respectful! Invite the nttontion of - the traveling public, and pleasure takenrs, ''there-t'-.-' Office and stable on Jail Alley. -North of Market atreet. ''glftf: B, M. SHARP. Proprietor r pAINT BRUSHES!, improved styles. also "a good lot of wall, counter and ' dusting brushes. '. IIehino St Mnvis. - VirnsTs colors.a now stock ... just received, containing alo a good (up .' ply of Mimbe, Drying Oil and canvas. oct,20-'58. ' HEXING & MELVIN. : rkAGUERREOTYPE, Ambrotype and Photographic materials, just received and . b'U by , , , EESlSid.ii MELVIN. Fever and Ague, the obbC. 11 mo raTl . . i !- .w tem. mdueod by the poisonous miasm of Vecetable deer. This exhalation w evptvca ny the sction of solar lieat on wot soil, and nsc with ho waterv vapor iruin - " re ' " the earth s sur- face, and the rirus is taken with it tbroiiRh the ' :. l.i. ...A ' Tli.rr it urt.ivsiiii irrltntinir lUniEB JI1IU Ui U,Ul. rr noison on the internal visvers and esireunj; orgnns of the body. 1 ho liver teoomcj torpid and fiiiw to serretc not only inn virus, umou ju u"v the blood. ' Itoin tno viru aim inu uue uclhiu,ii..,o in the rirculatinn. and vroduee violent cqiHUttb tional disorder. The )ileen. tho kidneys, and the stomach sympathize with the liver, and- become jr i i-i:. v;niii tit instinct of our or- ganism, at if in an attempt to expel the xmui infuuon, coneeiitraies n wuoio uiu -"-v ..1 .,nMtiwip4 tii fnrcA them to cast It out, . The blood leaves the surfrice, and tueheji to the central organs wirn eoiasuve ' is the Cinu.. But in thU c'.fbrt it fails. Then the r..ii...r. in i tiinlilmi leaves the cen- tral organs aud ruhe to the surface, as ir in another ertort to expil the irritating pmsou " ..i .t .JofiirvlV.i akin, in this also it fails, und tho svstem abandons the attempt exhausted, and waits for the recovery of strength to repeat the hopeless eff.irt another day. these are the fits or paroxysm of Fevbii and Actra. Such conKtitnUoml .Unorder will of course under mine the health if it is not removed. We have labored to find, and have found, an antidote, . Ayer's Ague Cure, which neutralises this malarious poison in the blood, and stimulates the liver to expel it from the body. As it should, so it docs cure this affiictiug disorder vi th perfect certainty. And it dooi more, or rather does what is of more service to those sub ject to this infection. If taken in season it expels it from the 9.V3tem as it is absorbed, and thus keeps those wh.i u'ie it free from its attacks ; keeps the system iu health although exposed to the disease. Consequently it not only cm, but protects from, the great variety of additions which are uiducecl by this malignant influence, such as Remittent filiill Fcviir. Dumb, or Masked Asuo, Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, Bilious Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness, Tnnihnrlii.. Karacbe. Catarrh. Asthma, Palnita- tious, Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hysterics, Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of the Stomach and Bowels, all of which, when arising from this cause, will be found to assume more or less tho intermittent type. This " Aoub CiuiE " removes the cause of these derangements, and cures the disease. This it accomplishes by stimulating tho excre tories to expel tho virus from the system : and these organs by degrees become habited to do tlus their office of their own accord. Hence arises what we term aecKmatatiun. Time may accimplish the samo end, but often life is not long enough, or is sacrificed in the attempt, while this " Aotn Ci-ns " does it at once, and with safety. tVe have great reason to believe this is a surer as well as safer remedy for the whole class of discuses which arc caused by the miasmatic infection, than any oilier which has been discovered ; and it has still another important advantage to the public, which is, that it is cheap as well as good. puErAtirn by DR. J. C. AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Price One Dollaii rcn Boms. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won for itself such a renown for the cure of every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of'its virtues, wherever it has been cm ployed. As it has long been in constant use throughout this section, we need not do mow than assure the people its jualitv is kept up to the best itever'has been, and that it maybe relied on to do for their relief ull it has ever been found to uo. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PUHGATIVE KCDIClflE. Foil CosriVRNESs ; . Foil Tim Ci;nK of DvswcrsrA j Foil Jaundice; Fon thu Clue op Ixdiohstios ; Fou Headache; Fon the CriiB of Dysentery; Fou A Fot'L Stomach ; FOB THE CfRE OF EllYiill'EI.AS; For the Pii.es; For the CtuE op Scuofula ; ' For all Scitorui-oi's Complaints; For the Cure op Rheumatism ; For Diseases of the Skin ; Foa the Cure of Liver Complaint i For Dropst; Foe thb Cube op Titter, Totoits and Salt Rheum ; For Worms; Fob tub Cure op Gout; For a Dinner Pill ; Fon the Cure op Neuralgia ; For Puuifyino tub Blood. They arc sugar-coated, so that the most sensi tive can take them pleasantly, and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any quantity. Pries 25 cents per Fog ; Six Eoxos for $1.00. Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States men, and eminent personals, have lent their names; to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, but our space here will not permit the insertion of them. The Agent below mimed fur nish pratis our 'Axep.K'AX Almanac in which they are given ; with al full descriptions of the above complaints, aud thu treatment that should be fol lowed for their cure. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other nrenarations they make moro nrolit on. Demand Aykk's, and take no others. The sick want the best aid there is for them, and they should have it. All our Remedies are for sale by Hening & Melvin, Steubenville, J. B. Siramer.il, Bloomingdale ; F. Fisher, Wintersville ; W.Price fc Son, Smithfield j W. H. Crew fc Co., Richmond ; M. C. Morgan, Mt. Pleasant, and all Druggists and dealers in medic in everywhere. Oct. 18,'oS.y Great Attraction on Third Street ! NEW STOCK AND FRESH ARRIVAL OF Spring & Summer Dry Goods. fJARUETT ha9 received, direct I'rom "Philadelphia, and has opened at his old Stand. Third Atrpot. an lniiiaiiullv W,a enI extraordinary cheap stock of Dry Goods,"which if equalled, in Steubenville, consisting iu part of a largo and elegant assortment of RICH, FANCY 1)1? ESS SILKS, Rich black silk, figured and Mtrirvi! rich nlnln blark silks, rich funrv lo'lka nf dm nun.-i styles, rich printed Hareges, rich organdie T il 1 , : n , ti . umwiib, vnuiiies, irnpe ae upauecs, JUiwns, Chintzes, etc. SHAWLS AND MANTLES. Broche bordered Stella Shawls, printed border ed Stella Shawls, Canton crape Shawls. nUEDLU WORK, Handsome Sett Collnr nnrl Slwv i.m real French Work Collars, embroidered' linen nnnoKcrcnisiH, jaconet and Swiss edgiugs In sertings, and flouncings. ..tvuppiriAnnn Piouet Cloth I'nr Ttsunnso PMl nn.l - ..--..n, wuniomiu UltUVCn, rrench and Enirlish Iirillinnia .T9PnnM. nair.sooks. Mulls. Swiau Vit,.ri.. t.u piain, piaia, stnpert and figured. . .WhV. MM MO, CIW. UUSllSUY. A fall and complele assortment. ' . BONNETS. English Straw Bonnets, ltibbous and Flowers oi i ne inioHi spring styles. UUUDS I'Oli MEN A: ROYS WWAP Black, Blue, Green, Drab and Olive Cloths and vaxnmereiis, pmiu, plain and striped Cassi meres, Tweeds.Merino.Nankiiiett, Can.imeros, linen uuu cotton pant stutft, etc, . DOMESTICS, The larcrest stock in tu-nifo.ri.. n. Checo Drillts. b eached Muslim -.. i,i l i bheetiugs, etc. . . , . ., As ui0 above goods were purchased at mo nev Dauic and commercial nrnoiim " O W DOJKV iiuiii persons wishing to buy good, cheap, fash ionable and subxtuntial guodn, will fnllow the crowd and go td OARUETT'S. hiiu ninu cmnntiTW lanm itinPT in j ha r.... may m, as - . SUNDRIES " U Q.10 ln TtaannviM P.iu,n,!.l uu ciuubiuod jou " lnRS. 180 Castor Oils, f.r sale by (dec 8' HE1V1MG A MJELVIN.' f KIMt lot of ,tiround , Ciuiamoo k Mustard and fiincrnr fVr lo 1,. dec 2 Henino & Melvijj. MISCELLANEOUS. GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. TIR. KENNEDY.of Roxbijry,lias dis- ''"covered in one of our. common faturi wcios a remedy that cures ' EVERY KIND OF HUMOR, from the worst scrofula down td a common riiniole. . ' '. K;' - " He has tried it in over 1100 cases, and never failed except la two cases, (both thnnder humor.) He has .now in his possession over one hundred certificates of its value, all within twentv miles of Boston. Two bottles are warrautea to eare a nursing sore mouth. ' . . ; .One f o three bottles will cure the worst kind of oimrjles on the face. ' . Two or three bottles will clear the system i . . . .... ..- . of biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker in the mouth or stomach. '. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two oottles are warrautea to cure an kind humor In theeyes. Two bottles aro warranted to. euro running of the ears and blotches among tne hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to cure corrupt and running ulcers. i One bottle will cure scaly eruptions oi me skin. - Two or thre bottles aro warranted to cure the worst kind of rintrworm. . Two or three bodies are warranted to cure the most despcrule case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to curs salt rheum Five to eight bottles will cure the worst cas of scrofula. benefit is always experienced 'from the first bottle, and a perlect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Koxuunv, Mass. Dkar Madam : The reputation of the Med ical Discovery, in curing all kid of humors, is so well established by the unanimous voice of all who have ever used it, that I need not say anything on the subject, as tho most skil full physicians and tho most careful Drug' gists in the country are unanimocs in its praise. In presenting the Medical Discovory to your notice, I do it with a full knowledge of its curative power, in relcaving all, and cur ing most of those diseases to which you are uufortionatly so liable. That most excruci ating disease to an afmctionatj mother. NURSING SORE MOUTH, is cured as if by a miracle ; your own temper is restored to its natural sweetness, and your babe from short and fretful naps to calm aud 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 loathe stomach, causing DYSPEPSIA, which is nothing but canker on the stomach , then to the intestines aud 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, and you can only take certain kinds, and even of that your systom docs not get half the nourishment it contains as the ncrimonous fluid of the can ker eats it 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 ot your body become relax ed. Then follow strain of diseases which the Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to l! U li i ; -Palpitration of the heart., pain In the sido, weakness of the spine and small of the dack, pain in the hip joint when you retire, irregu larity of the bowls, and also, tl.at most excru ciating of diseases, the PILES. How many thousands of poor wo.nen are 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 pound of cure."' In the MEDICAL DISCOVE8Y you have both the preventative and tho cure, with this Great andgood quality, that it will never under any circumstances, do you any in jury. No change of diet over necessary eat the best you get and enough of it. Dibkctiom imR usk Adults one table Rpoon ful per day Children over ten years dessert spoopiui children irora live to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions can be appli cable to all constitutions, taken sufficient to operate on the bowels twice a day. Yours .truly, DONALD KENNEDY, Prioo $1.00per bottle. For salo wholesale and u etail by R. D MUKK1SUJN, Hl'lNlNU' & fllELVIN and M. L. MILLER, Steubenville, Ohio ' aii,'Jb. o7;-ly. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! E. FR0HMAN &C0., RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the public cenerallv that their new stock nf clothing for the Srin.vo and Summkb l rnue, manufactured ferine ctteiibenvilie mar kot at their wholesale establishment at Cin cinnati, has just arrived. It is larger and more varied, aud embraces finer articles than usual. -. The stock embraces Coats, Pauts, Vests and Mats and Caps for men and bovs. handker chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts, and a full siycK omirniNUing UooSs, Trunks, Valises carpet sacks, Umbrellas, Ac. I'bouuan & Co. also keep on hand a full stock of Cloths, and Testings, 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 ng. We ask for a continu ance of it, and beg to assure the public that it will be our constant aim, by dealing houora bly, to deserve it. We may be found at the south east corner of Mai iet and Tlinl ts Give us a call, apr 14'83 . li. FROHMAN ic CO. CLARKE'S FEMALE FILLS. THE G RE A T ENGLISH REMED F PKKPAItED FROM A PRESCRIPTION OP . IR J.CLARKE, V. D., PHYSICIAN EX TRAOIIDINARY to tub queen. Hp HIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in me cure oi an inosa pAiuiui and dan gerous disorders to which the female const! . ntion is subject. It moderates all excess and einoves all obstructions, and a speedy cure iuhjt ue renou on. - TO MARRIED LADIES t is peculiarly suited. - It will in a short time bring on the monthly ncriod with reculuritv Each boltts, price one dollar, bears the Gov eminent Stamp of Great Brilian, to prevent cuunieneits. ..CAUTION. - These Pills should not be taken by females that are pregnant, during the 6rst three months as they are sure to bring on miscarriage j but at every other lime and in every other case iuej r periccuy snio. 8ole Agents for this eonntry, L ' JOB MOSES, late I. O. Baldwin, Rochester, a. T. , ' N. B $1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to -any authorized agent, will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. For sale wholesale and retail bv Henino- A j Melvin, Steubenville, O.. and bv DrmrinsU geuelalf , declO lA MM, MISCELLANEOUS. Pittsburgh,1 Columbus and Cincinnati V (Steubenville A Indiana) - ' RAIL 11 0 AD s Connections, Perfected both. East and West Trains run throngb from Pittsburgh to Columbus fN AND AFTEir TUEiDAY, Jan. v '-4th; 1858, Trains will leave Steu. benville, daily, (Sundays excepted,) as fol- Wight Express Train At 5:48 p. u (stopping; at Cadiz Junction and western points arrivea at Columbus at 1:40 a. m. . Mail TaA-.At 0:45 a. m., (stopping at all intermediate stations,) arrives at 'JolumbuB at 5:20 p. m. Freight Train Leaves Steubenville, at 2:55 a, m., arrives at Columbus at 7:40 a.- ui. . . T! AST-WARD. : ' Night Express Train Leaves Colum bus at 0:50 p. m., arrives at Steubenville, ai :tu a. m. -- , . . . . . 31 ail 1 rain Leaves Columbus at 10:30 a. m., arrives at Steubenville at 0:4S p. ra. - : : Freight Train Leaves Columbus at tJ:UU a. m., arrives at bteubcnville at Cadiz Accommodation vToain Leaves steubenville at 4:55 p. m., arrives at Cadiz at 8.05. Leaves Cadiz at 7:30 ar rives at Steubenville at 10:15 a. m. CONNECTIONS" WESTWARD. Trains connect at Ncvark, with the San climW. MansriGlil A. Ketrnrlr R Tf. t,xr Mt Vernon, Mausfleld, Sandusky, Toledo, Chica go, Durnngton, lowa uity ana the Worth West. . At Columbus, with: the Columbus, Piqua & Indiana U.K. lor nqua, Urbana, Troy, Belle fontainu, Forrest, fec. and Die Cleveland & Columbus R, It. fur Delaware, Galion and Crestline. " . and Xenia, with the Dayton, Xenia & Belpre At Indinna Central It. R.'s for Springfield Dayton, Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafuyette Turin Haute and St T.nniu At Morrow, with the Cincinnati, Wilmington and .anesviue n. a. tor Washington, Circle ville and Lancaster.' , At Loveland, with roads to Ilillsboro' Hamden aud Portsmouth; and Atuinci.'jnati, wnntnn iiino & Mississippi hroaii wiisire Rnilronit fur Mndiunn T.nnicclllo New Albany, Evansville, Vincennea, Cairo! . , .11. C. 1 W M ucnirai luiuuis, at. Jjouis, jetterson Uity Kansas, Nebraska, and all points on the Illi ueis, Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. EASTWARD. Trnind conneet At Rlpulidnvi'llo villi ll Cleveland Pittsburgh It. It. for Wheeling Cleveland, Pittsburgh and intermediate points and at Pittsburgh,, with the Pennsylvania Kailroad for Han isburg, Lancaster, Philadel phia, Baltimore, New 1 ork. and the Northern and Eastern cities. - ("Baggage checked through. . ,. - Fare as Low as by any Other Route ! WFor Tiekets and. further information please apply at the Depot, Washington street, to A. S. Paeks, Agent. W. W. BAGLEY, Superintendent. Lafayette Devenny, General Freight Agent, Ira A. Hutchison, General Ticket Agent. jaii20 1853." NEW SPRING STOCK. Fancy Variety Goods and Notions. " 03"WllOI.K8AtB.JTl DOBERT OOCHRAN.at his store on Fourth street, Steubenville, has just recei ved a large, desirable and general stock of Fancy Goods, Variety Goods, Jewelry, Gold and Silver Watclies, Musi cal Instruments, &c. Embracing every article in his line, which lie is prepared to sell, much lower than formerly, by wholesale. . Buyers need not go lo Pittsburgh or Wheeling with the expectation of bu vine rhpnnpr nine li He is prepared to Sell a i'ractwn below Pittsburgh Prices! Country Merchants, Pedlars and others, will 6ud it to th eir advantage to fvnminp ttila now stock, but few larger and better, and none win en can oe soiu cheaper, is to be round ir. the Western country, than is now offered for sale at ROBERT COCHRAN'S Wholesale Notion and Variety Store, Fourth Street, Steubenville. may 56,'58. DRY GOODS. SECOND GENERAL STOCK. PEORGE SCOTT & CO., have recei- " Vml ti 1 1 el n ra tmur finnnin. n n 11.. large and desirable stock of Fancy and Slnple tin, (innAa ln!l.l.U f..r H. .... I ' j wvw.t, oi'ouio iui uid Dcaouii , hiiu em bracing a full assortment of iTousnkeeninrr nnrl Dress Goods ; Millinery Goods, Whito Goods, Embroideries, Hosiery, etc., all of which have been purchased Within the past two weeks, in !.. r . ...i.. 1 : t , ... luo xjiibi., uuu uuuci uiu luu.-ii. luvoraoic circum stances. . To purchasers we would say, that we are now prepared to ofler unusual inducements a large stock, tho very best styles, and low prices, to suit hard times. Call and see our stock and prices, both of which we hops will give satisfaction . may 19, '53-y New, Large, Elegaiirand T Fashionable OlOCK 01 GentlemenV Dress Goods. J. LITTLE. MERCHANT TAILOR. South 4th Stbect. RTti-nt-vvii i nH0ban just received direct from the cast a beautiful and fashionable assort ment ofUentlemen8 bprinfrand Summer . DRESS GOODS. Emhrneinrr mnnv new Ktvln t.f nnnlloman'i WPar nino-lnflcpnl. nnllprtia nlnll, eiltr in O I , oi.n, dm, furnishing goods generally, Hosiery, Ac, and uoous manutacturea to ordor, and cut accor aing totue ; - ? . Latest and most Approved Fashions. Prices reasonable goods warranted as rep. resented and . satisfaction guarantied. For I1AW Hlvlpfl crnntl nnnrlfl (innl nnrl f.ul.iAnnl.1 .. -' v. w ...... , ...... . ... . . ii.nntuiiuuiC At. ..II r. ...... if i . m i . ii hi. biio uuw juuituaui a nuoring esta hliHlimflntnf - T T.ITPTP Fourth below Market at., Steubenville, Ohio. may ynoo u How to ave Monev 17VERY (Jcntlemaii oi Ludy whore- nilirAS MpfllPfil Aid Vlll fiflVHmnnaw an1 uia xuriuecues are, id Buy 01 litem, new ; sec ondly because he guarantees to give every one an caoivnlniit for I hnir mnnpv. Dtfipnart nf ad. I. : Ti... i; ... . ery description treated without the use of oiorgury or oiner poisonous mineral. . . N. B. Diseases of Females, receive rinrt.icn .A . ' I , lar fitfpnlinn Consultation at the office free:bv letter. nnt dollar. ' Medicine put op and sent to any DOBt offlffl adilmna. OfTina unlll li. 4th. nfronl. over Hcuonviil'a Variety Store. ' . ... . .7 ::. "---" , ucoiooi-y. ,aiu. biisa. WHIT ACRE HOUSE. - COnNEtt'OF MARKET AND WATKR HTKEEWj . . WELLBVILLE, OHIO. T. W. WI1ITACRE, - ( Pronrie.tor.) plIE PROPRIETOR would respect. tuny mrorir' the travelling public, that the house formerly knnt bv CDt. Wat. Is now cceupied by him. Htf has recently appropri ated a large amount of money, ana been at great pains, to prepare it, in every respect, for the accommodation of .his guests.- Re bones by strict attention to business, and by antici- nntinff t.llA V.nFl nnA nrialiaa if tiifl full not t. tizons, to merit t liberal share of patronage. ."!' ,oo-y - . . .... . ,, .. UST RECEIVED-40 HogsheadaN. O. Siar, and for bhIb by. ; - r unelC v O. T.'Hor.towAT A Co.. 19 BARRELS Linseed Oil, in store "V and 1or sale at tha lowest Cash nrlca by - HEKtaa &c Mbivii, tipril 28;53. ' , - BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1857.; . . . II. G. GARRETT,. ... 1857, L . DEALER 1 jfaiuj! anli DRY GOODS!! Lower end of tie Market Home, . ; VrUIRD STREET, '?."':; Steubenville, Ohio. ' Nov. 18, 1857.- ' J. & s; COMBS, OAVS tAKIN iiuiiji-aloon AT BAYARD STATION, C P. R. R Heals will be served up on the arrival of Trains ana ai au ames waen oaitea ior. Also, acoom modationi for Lodgers and leami. May 1357 , - ' LEGAL NOTICE. . . QIOBOK WKBSTRR.. . . . .MABriN ANHREWS. ANDREWS & WEBSTER, AT TOR N E YS AT LA TV, STEUBENVILLE. O. Office on 4th, three doors south of corner Of . Market and Fourth streets. Prompt attention given to collections and all . . . , -' legal business. .-. .' march 3. 6mb. J. H. S. TRAIN0S, A TTORNEY AT LAW, '- And Solicitor in Chanterv.' Oflice, aou li 4th street, Steubenville, O. Jan. C, 1858. JOHS A. BINGHAM. - '. 'W. R. LLOYO. BINGHAM A LLOYD. ' A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Offico at the corner of Market and Third streets, oppo site the Uourt House, iSteubcnville, Ohio. January 1, 1855. R. S.. MOODEY. A TTORNEY V AT LAW, Steubenville, Ohio. Office corner of Market and Fourth streets, second story. . - may21 '57 : THOMAS MEANS, . ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR at Law. Office' Maiket Street, one door below the I'ost Office, Steubenville, 0. dec31 6AMVEL 8TOKULY JAMES M. 8HANB STOKELY & SHANE. A TTOllNEYS AT LAW. will nrnmnf. Jy attend to all business entrusted to them, in Jefferson and the adi oininor inim. ties. Office in Kilgore Buildings, Market oireet, oteuuenvitio. marI9nollv2, 4, H. MILLER.. , B.SBEBRAan.J MILLER & SHERRARD. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS -" A I LAW. Orlice, Marset Street, opno site Washington Hall, Steubenville, Ohio rrompi aueimon io collecting and securing biennis, .ayniiui ior ouraining rensions an county lands. Land Warrants bousht an suiu. iiiunv AOio BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY JA. l' LOTO, Noet,u ForRTn Street, oi-positb the Fraxkhn House. Ihe subscriber would respectfully inform tne citizens of Steubenvillethnt ho is enca gedm the manufactiirs of Rnnta unrt siin,a and is prepared to supply to order on Bhort iiuncu. ue Keeps on nana the best material, and hopes to be able to give satisfaction to all wuo may iavor mm witu their patronage. april 23, '5S-ly . A.FLOTO. B."F;'PAYNE;M7Dr ECLECTIC PltySIClAN AND SUROEON. Iinibfi on LNortli fourth street v Steubenville. Ohio. 1 1 h Dm ;i, ... . .i ujtub win continue as .Heretofore to givo special attention to the treatment of chronic diseases of tho lungs.lomach, liver, &c. and umi-ttftca uLximar io leinaieg. aprxl RAIL ROAD SALOON & EATING HOUSE. COS HOC TON, OHIO. GEO. E, THOMAS Proprietor. OYS TER SALOON. Connected where all the delicacies of the seasonre 8urvedip in style. " oct.7lf. ST. CLAIR HOTEL,' " (GTroaMEBLT txen anoe uotil, jti Corner of Penn 4 t.Clair Sts PITTSBURGH, Pa. ; W. C CONNELLY, .Proprietor.' April 9,'56.1y BANK EXCHANGE SALOONS. . rim UNDERSIGNED, WOUL ruPecuuuy miorm an to whom it may concern, that, his Saloons are in resdlness for the reception or guests at all suitable ho - Thankful for thn verv lihornl nnimn. heretofore received, he hopes by carefnl atten lion to tno accomoUatiou of his ttuests, still to merit their ravorable consideration. v MARKET STREET nearly opposite tbe Jtf- ison jnincn uanx. ; wiU. WIMW. novlStf . r . Proprietor lAUNISIIES, Coach Copal, Japan. &c just received and for sale by dec2 Heki.no & Melvix MANDEL. . . ' c. UINEMAN MANDEL & HINEMAN. jVTANUFAUTURERS of Lard Oil. Soap aiiuics,- i-ourtn street, betwee iviarKct ac Washington, Steubenville. . it tL 1. 1 7 O 1 no uignest marKet , price in paid for Lard, Greaso, and Tallow." April 8, '57 y. cas c. T. HOLLOWAY. ' 1. A. llmiplr.nn. C T. HOLLOVVAV Ar. nn - w uii i a a Successors to Fkazieb it DaEMNg.v. ' WHOLESALE GROCERS, FORWARDING ft COMMISSION MERCHANTS nov.2l, STEUBENVILLE, O. Homtpopathy the only Reliable Art of -'v '- Healing. DOCTOR H. L. SOOK, 110 M 0 O P A THIS T . Office, corner of Market and 5th streets. . ' STEUBENVILLE. 0. xtegniar office hours from 9 to 10 a. m.and iroin I to 3 p. ra, - - -jan 658 FIT81 fits i ' Fnani ; HANOa'a VKOBTABIK KXTBACf ' EPILEPTIC -PILLS'.'".. For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, 8nd all . uiiiuumuii vuuHuiuiionni Liiseases, "PERSONS who are laboring under this distressing malady will find HANCE'S VEGETABLITEPILEPTIO PILLS o h.th. only remedy ever discovered for curing Epi lepsy or Falling Fits.? )--. These pills possess a specific action on the nervous system ! and. although thev aranr. Cared especially for coring fits, they will be iuuiiu ui enpeoiiu oe loni Tor all nnrantm all nt. ed with weak nerves, or whose nervous system has been prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. In chronio complaints, or diseases of long standing, superinduced by nervousness, they are oxceedinirly beneficial. Price three dollars Derbor. or two boxes for five dollars. Persons out of the city enclosing a remittance, will have tho pills sent to them, through the mail, free of postage. For sale by SETH 8, . HANCE, No. 10tj Bawimobs STam, Baltimore, Md., to whom orders from all parts of the Union must bo addressed, post paid. ; - .; .;. ' junt 9,'68-ly. -' DR. S. ROTHACKER, Richmond BUSINESS DIRECTORY. S. COURSE'S . li ARBER and fasbionalle hair dresser. Rasors set. anil alt kinds of Suivical In- strnments put ia- good order.' Boom under the Mechanics' Savinir Fund. Market at. near the Washington hall, between 3d. and 4th St THOiMPSON HANNA & SONS: Japer Manufaeturers, 8tenbeaville, Ohio. ' January 1 1855 I- ..v - - MISCELLANEOUS. A Grain Separator, Smut-Machine and Fanning Mill, ALL COMBINED IN ONE, Manufactured bt , " . . 'A. G. Russkli & Co , Ravenna, Ohio, James Starb, New Lisbon, Ohio, Conlkt it Shannon, Steubenville, Ohio. ' 1I7RIGHT & BEANS' PATENT RE- VOLYIHU OVHECn UtlAin K7H.1-AHA1VB, RRrABATKS AT 0NK OrMATIOM 1 Chaff and Smut, S Rat Manure, Stubble die, 3 Cockle and Chess, ' , 4 Gross Seed, 5 Seed Wheat. It will also cleau Clover Seed, Flax-Seed, Rye, Oats ane Timothy. It will clean 30 bushels Wheat per hour, perfectly clean, fit for seed, .i I ..:.,.. or; 40!mo - Its form and size is s irailar to the old fash ioned Fanniug Mill. OLD FANNING MILLS altered over and refitted, with Separator Ac, for half price, by Con ley & Shannon, 4th st,, near Market, Steubenville. - -.' Farmers in Jellerson and adjoining counties refitted 'to ncrform as above and warranted. for $14, by bringing, or sending them, iu to Conley s bhannou by Kailroad or luver; freight free to bteubcnville. U 0. FOOTJS, 1'rop'r of 50 conn Fiedericktown, Knox, Co. 0. WM. M'LAUGULIN .JNO. M'LAL'GIILIN. Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory. 117 M. M'LAUGIILIN & SON, Market 1 Street, Steubenville, opposite' the Wash iiir-tnn Hnll. lrnpn r.ntistflnl.lv n rinnrlc' n nan ---p---- -r .' - . end and extensive assortment of SADDLES, BRIDLES, . HARNESS CARPET BAGS. TRUNKS. WHIPS, &c., &c, Robes, bortri Blankets, new styles '. Slaicrh bells, girths, nets, &a., all of which they are prepared to sell wholesale or retail. . A Rilnerior stock (if Tninb nn Unil tn which particular attention is directed. - ' ' . II ...!-! .. I- 1 1 1 1 ! . . . arueiea in nieir 11110 in store, or 11 ore ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the 1 . . - n.j.,.. i' . ii-r.li iiiniiiiui . uiucia buiicii.ii. uiiii Kni.iwiHn tion rendered. ' WM. M LAUGHL1N & SON Steubenville, decl7, '.,-ly. GARBLE v0li mi COllN'ER OF 4TH i-f 1 vt Miorvr t Ik STEUBENVILLE OHIO. STREETS. Il M. MULDOON, QORNER OF FOURTH AND MAR net Rtrepts. VPn. nnn.tnntlv nn lmnrl I large and splendid stocit of all Kinds of mar MA w . .... e it .. . m i via ituir, uuoiobiu ui , muiiuiaenis, ( aoiii and head Stones, marble Mantles fcc. He ' is prepared to execute every variety, of design, in the best possible style. Worn will be done nt Eastern m ir-nii. nml full satisfaction given to customers; bteuben viHo, janiid'57.. WOODWELL'S FURNITURE AND CHAIRS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, . I7MBRACING every kind of Furniture - in Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut 8uitablef or , . . PARLORS, CHAMBERS, and DININO ROOMS. Equal to any in New York or Philadelphia, fill.) n, lnWrn. I ' 1 - 1 I v wtrci i'iico, cvcijr uruua maue, Dy hand and warranted, ' Cabinet Makers siinnlinH with anv nnnr.tiU of Furniture and Chairs, on reasonable terms. Hotels and steamboats furnished at the shortest notice. Warerooms, Nos. 77 and 79 Third street, Pittsburgh, Pa. - . . . febl8. SEYBOLIVS . Wholesale & Retail Bakery and Con- . fectiouery, . ., Corner of Market and Fifth . Streets, - v . Stebbenviue, 0. T" E F. P S constantly on Land Candies Cakes, Oranges, Lemons,; Raisins, Pre si rves, Almonds, and all articles usually kept in that line. . . , Flour of tho best quality, wholesale and re tail. ( ' Wedding aud all kinds of Fancy cakes fur nished on the shortest notice. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All orders 'entrusted to my care will be promptly attended to. ,'. jan27,58-tf . - L. SEfBOLD. Ridotto Resiaurant and Oyster Saloon BA, BOVVERS, would respectfully in form the public that she has leraoved from the Norton House, ana ia now located on north M Street, in the house lately occupied by 0. Turner. She keens fut sale Oysters, Sardines, aud Refreshments - various ainus. Also Toys and Uigars. All to bo had at rates as low as the same arti cles can be purchased in the city. J. F. M'CLlNTIC. MARKET STREET, BETWEEN 4TH AND 5TH, STEUBENVILLE. HAS just received a splendid - assort ment of goods, consisting of WATCHES & JEWELRY, and a good assortment of .VARIETY GOODS. Cheaper than the Cheapest ever offered in mis city ; Also a splendid assortment of LOOKING GLASSES, at Pittsburgh Prices. A good as sortment of SPECTACLES always on hand. Havimr mailo with Eastern Merchants to receives fresh sup ply monthly, which he will sell wholesale or vCail a H....I...... n.ii yourselves. ; Clocks, Watches and Musical Instruments repaired by an experie need workman and in .vim. iu Bui. i,uiuiiaaurH. - LjHii unit oeta fn au uc warranreq. - . aprilVl, oo, iETNA AIR-TIGHT STOVE. A COOKING STOVE designed for Farmers and hotel-keepers, burning wood u ooai, uuu guaranuea to give satisfaction to DurchasGrB. Also. T.iiru Hulr T ... n iur uuruing wooa ; isiaror the West, and Aurora. These stoves are far superior to any yet introduced for baki O vunti iiu i g u g. spect to saving fuel and for durability they are uncniiiilinn ManHrA.iii.flJ vM . I'i,-'ii Pittsburgh. The milisnrlhoi- ten. , .V- o - v.. uuokniitir on haud a large assortment of Tin Sheet Iron, brass ware. srlf.Rrinlinir eon. p.. . want of anything in his line will save monev bv :iDd8of lob vork dnnehnnrHprniMoi iLinmi i "mt i . i " " uivi vob and pewter. , Store north side of Market three, uvuiowi-ai iu nm, d. El. lilJNUaAY;. I apn 8 57-ly I PERFUMERY.-A Superior assort mentof Colognes; Extracts for the hand kerchief , Hair Oils and P omades, for sale by OC6 XU- 00, .. . . , . llaXINQ it WKI.yiM. , THRESH Garden" and lpwer seeds for sale by Henino dc Mklvjh, i april 38:58. .;'.-' MACHINERY. $C JEFiFERSONMACHlKE "WURKST- ' . .' WILLIAMKENTON, ' 1 . Manufacturer of hand and liJ(i ' TURNING LATHES, A STEAM EJiGlNES. - . Water Street, Steubenvule-f o. .' Planing, Drilling, and BoltOuttingmachlMV . MhafLilio- anA Mill flnnHnr . ' Screws for Rolliug Mills, and all other pnrpo- Mjr u cigututM ieei long u necessary, .'-'I' ' . Cutto order. - - ;' . ' Machine JOBBING and REPAIRING nttend- ro w witlt promptnels. - . ETOrdera for work Solicited, and execnt, with dispatch, v v y B0V 4'87.y BUubenviUe Foundry and KaeUne Works." JOSEPH MEANS,' lAUES MEANS, ia. nicn. wiim MEANS & BROTHERS, : MANUPAOTOEKBS OP - - STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY, ' - . And all kinds of. - - - Railroad Work,! '' - y And every variety of ; ', ,, . IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS. Switches . ' t : Mill Gearing for Saw' nr. L . 1 it? .1 t , ...... m lougiibunu eaaiifugii . , ana urist A1UI8, Car Wheels, various Shaftings and Pull sizes, Car Pedestals, Car Oil Boxes, hubs, Iron Bridges, Hack Wheels, fionl car Wheels. eye, ; u : Ca?t Iron Fronts,' I Window caps, aills : and coal Vaults. Bolts and nuts, cat ; and Turning. Plan. Threshing Machines. ing, tt Screw cutting UTOur facilities for work are not surpassed by any shop in the State; and our stock of Patterns being large, all orders for the above work will be filled promptly and in tho Dest manner. . . Sept. 12-lA. OHI0"E0UNDRY. THE UNDERSIGNED would re crvnnf T nil ir Infnvin r1 A win VyT .a nnH,n1 1 that he is carrying on the Foundary business in an ils various uruueues. no is now manu facturing a large variety of cooking Stoves, o wit.: No. 1, Hartley improved, for coal or wood ; tt n ti tm .. " 4, Airtight, " 4, Union Large Oven 11 11 " a, Aurora " 4, Etna ' " 7. Rcnublic for coal : for coal or wood for wood j " 3, Improved elevated oven, for coal ; - i, uucKcye, ior coal or wood ; -.. Large Baloou coal burner j " F.gg church stovo: -V ' No. 1,2 3, " , - - " 1 a 2, Franklin stoves ; " 1 i 2, 3 cook stoves ; '' Eight different patterns of Arch Qratcg Four " Cast Fenders; Wagon boxes, wholesale or retail; . Plow Points, of all the different patterns No. 5, Patent Lever Plow eastiugsj Three sizes cooking Grates. v ' Casiiinirs made to ordtir nn tha ni,iio.t tice. All of which will be sold at reduced prices HTl am also carrying on in connection with the above the Tin and Copper Business. Hj- Wareroom, Market street, below the Bank, Steubenville, Ohio. . ctSS-ly - . WILLIAM h. SHARP. FALL STOCK 1 FALL STOCK j ' Chickering & Son's Piano Fortes. IOI1N II. MELLOR has just received a complete stock of Piano Fortes, from the manufactory of Chickering A Sons, selocted for Fall Sules, consisting of thirty-five new and splendid instruments of every variety and style manufactured by the Messrs. Ohick erings, Boston, from tho plainest six octavo to the most splendidly finished seven octavo square piano fortes, as well as their superb and inimitable Grand and Parlor Grand Piano. Every Piano Forte in this lot, is of their pew scale, with their Patout Iron Frames and Patent action, and are not only warranted to the purchaser by the manufacturers, but by the subscriber, to bo in all respects as perfect as instruments can bo made, both in regard to material and workmanship. Prices invariably the same as in Boston, at the manufactory. -JOHN II. MELLOR, No. 81 Wood Street, between Diamond Alley , and Fourth Street, PITTSBURG. PA., Agent for Chickering & Sons. Boston, for- Pittsburg aud Western Pennsylvania. ' - Oct7tf. . TRAVELERS' HOTELV ' -WILLIAM B. ROWLAND, YyOULD inform his frionds and the pub. T ' lie, that he has receutly removed from his former location to the Old Armstrong Stand," on Wqtir . Where he is prepared to accommodate his patrons, not only with comfortable Lodgings but also good stabling, and an extensive Wa gon Yard. A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. march lU'58-ly. HOLLO WAY &1(P ' II AS JUST RECEIVED 200 Bib. Pome. roy Salt. HHJ " 50 " 100 " N. 0. Molasses,.'.'- v Golden Syrup, ' " ' Utica Lime, - v CiT IIOLLOWAV. April 8. Dry Goods Groceries, O.ueensware&o. TJAVING RECENTLY replenished " my stock of Goods, I desire to say to my former patrons, and to the public generally, that I have now, and intend to keep constant ly on hand, a good supply of the various arti cles usually kept in grocery stores ; togothei with a supply of DOMESTIC GOODS. All of which will be sold at reasonable pricesi 1 have at this time, Flour of a superior braud, by the barrel or less, to suit purchase ers. - , : - South Third Street, lower end of the nWkel house, Steubenville, 0. - - apr 14,'58. LEWIS ANDERSON. ' STEUBENVILLE MUSIC STORE. piANO FORTES from the moat cclel brated manufactorieB of Nbw Vnrk nJ Boston, will be sold choapor than the same ijuuuiy ui instruments can tie pnrchaseoJ at auv other store thissidanf Hmna ifi p- sons desirous of obtaining a -- , . r IKSi CLASS PIANO, ' oi one less pretending can find such kere- MELODEONS, , -of various styles and sizes, varying ia pric from $45, to $375. , Organ Mclodeoaw fer Churches. Also .':--. .. .... SMALL' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. - SHEET MUSIC. vv . INSTRUCTION BOOKS. &0 &Q.f , . At Wholesale and RetaiL : :v. Sheet Music sent by mail, , pre-paid upon re p "i nio uuuusuea prices, mymoiiotsing small profits and quick sales, I will not bo nnilnranlfl . HrAnrm raanaMM enUnitA . ' wtwilfl ,VfWH.UT ni.lbiliUVl. ... . .... . k iniffpa ' , Rooms under Kilgore'sjTew Hall, Market s't., ' ' SUubenville, Ohio. ' april 28:58-tf. -i 1857. : :v fipringr Stock: 18N' Q7 BAGS, Oy COFFEE, VV. 200 boxes of Tobacco, aesortod . , nn.tr- . . ... -. I ' ' ' - ; v ' v riegs oi l wist, ,. , , ; - :r 150 Half Chests Teasi assorted. 7 ," ,.' 14rt ItAvnaHturrtli.. . . . Also Sugars! Molasses, Fish Suit, Spices Wnniar, vv.a on. iwn ninno. jU " .wuuii ifttIB, : Vli. . 41.IJD, Mt.DP ' , dec, to which we, most respectfully invite!. . me attention oi ucaiors. - ., mar. 18 C.T. HOLLOWAY & CO. - PERFUMERY. Ndu and handsome .' stylos, of the various kinds of perfume ' Jylatoly received, and for sale. 'st the Drag Emporium of ' dec 8 Hskino '& Mii.ro,