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marriage or death of any of their friends or , connections in the columns of our paper- Will be accommodated by handing the copy of Rich notice in by Monday evening. Coal Oil Lamps. CA very large assortment of fino and fancy patterns, fur sule at Miller's Drug Store; also, Shades, Chimney 8, Tops, 4c, for same Tops for burning Coal or Carbon Oil will be attached to any ordinary Lamp, by leaving it for half an hour at tne Drug Store. 1 have, by agreement the privilege of sell ing Fultou's Patent Coal Oil Lamps. Call and see them. Oil alwaya on hand at noylO M. L. MILLER'S. Sewing Machines. One of the best make for sale by novl7 3tp Jl H.IIAISTEP. Have You Sken Them t That superb graving, -'The Village Blacksmith," and the beautiful Art Journal, which arc furnished to subscribers of the Cosmopolitan Art Associa tion, cau now be seen at Sage's IiookBtore, for a short time only, bee advertisement else where headed New Features. W The Pittsburgh True Press, the best daily paper published in Pittsburgh -received erery morning by Wm. P. Lewis. Price One Cent. Also all the late Periodicals. Ohio State and Union Law Colleze. fflHIS Institution has been removed to - Cleveland, Ohio. Degrees are legally con ferred, and students upon graduating, may be admitted to practice. For Circulars ad dress, at Ulevelaud M. A. KING. dec 2357 y Secretary (vy- The Pittsburgh Tuub Press and Cincinnati Commercial, received and for sale every day, by Leu-is & Foster. Also all tho late periodicals. Union Prayer Meeting. There has been a Prayer Meeting held in the Kilgoro Hall this city every day nt 4 o'clock P. M., Sabbath excepted, since Thursday the 25th ult. The ministers of the M. E., M P , P. tnd U- P. churches, have entered inlo an arrangement to continue those meet ings, probablj during tho winner season. Thus far they have been of quite an en couraging character. The religious ex ercises consist of singing, prayer, and speaking, and continue for about forty fire minutes. The object of these meetings is, to pray for the outpouring of the spirit of God, in the revival of his work in the various congregations in the city, and for the awakening end conversion of sinners in thie, and every place. The motive r a good and glorious one ; nnd will meet with favor from all the friends of our race. NEW FEATUEES FIFTH YEAR. OF THE Cosmopolitan Art Association. SUPERB ENGRAVINGS! BEAUTIFUL AST JOTJBNAL I VALUABLE PREMIUMS, iiC, itC. ! Ibis popular Art Assciation, now in its firth year of unparalled success, harihff tur chased, and engraved on steel, Herring's great niiifiting, "The Villaod Blacfmitb," will now issue copies (to subscribers only) on heavy Klt. . - nn no ' 1 . I r . 1 - junio (n.Kr, ou x oo incues on me following TERMS OFSUliS:CRJlTinM7 Every person remitting three dollars, will receive a copy of tne superb Steel Engraving, after Herring's celebrated Painting, THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. Also a copy of tho beautiful Cosmopolitan Art Journal, An elegantly illustrated quarto Magaiine. Also free season tickets of admission to the Eastern (or Dusseldorf,) and Western Galle ries of the Association. There will also be given to the subscribers several hundred valuable works' of Ait, com prising fine Oi) Paintings, Bronzes, Sculp tures, Ac, Ac., from celebrated American and foreign Artists. Subscriptions will be received up to Jan. 1, 1869. On the evening of that date the premiums will be awarded to subscribers. For full particulars, see December Art Journal, price 50 cents. Specimen copies sent to those desiring to subscribe, on the receipt ot 10 cents in postage stamps or coin. Address C. L. DERBY, Actuary C, A. A., Eastern Office. 548 Broadwav. N. Y.. Or. Western Office, 1C6 Water-St.. Sadusky, 0. Died, On Sabbath morning last Mr. Eli N. Dillon was found dead in his house, under circumstances which indu ced Coroner Boales to hold an inquest ever the body of tho deceased. Tho examination elicited no facts from which the jury could arrive -at any con elusion, oilier, than that, the deceased come to his death by causes nnknow.n. Mr D had been for years, in a state of deep mental depression, and had secluded himself, to some extent, from intercourse with society. Hence there are vague conjectures in relation to the cause of his death, which, probably, the light of eter nity will alone reveal. Thanksgiving Lay. Thursday last was observed by our citizens, generally, as a day of religious meditation and prayer. Business of a secular nature was suspended, and the churches were well filled with attentive congregations. Steubenville Post Office. We are informed that this institution will hereafter be closed at 6 o'clock P, M. Reason ; there are no mails arrive from 1017 A. M., to 10 o'clock P. M. Am ple time is therefore afforded for all to be accommodated, and no grumb'.ing. Advertising. It is strange, indeed, that in ihis tale day there are still in every community, a few men, who think they are business men, too, who pretend to say that, " ad vertising does no good." They are old fogies, themselves, and vainly suppose that all their neighbors around them are still travelling on the " slow coach " system, when in fact, they have long since jumped aboard of the whizzing car, and left behind all those who do not trav el on the same train. Customers, in this day of reading as naturally refer to the newspapers to seo what merchant has got " the latest arrival of goods," or what mechanic has the " best or newest style of wares," or lo find ihe ' beet Hotel " in a place, or for any and everything ehe they wish to huy or engage in, as they wend their way to the dining room, when the bell rings for dinner. We ask the at tention of non-advertiBers to the follow ing experience and opinions of a distin guished business man. It is true : 1 have always considered Advertising liberally and longto be the great me dium of success in business, and the pre lude to wealth. And I have made it an invariable rule, ton, to advertise in the dullest times, a long experience having taught me that money thus spent is well laid out ; as by keeping my business con tinually before the public, has secured me many sales that I olherewise would Lave lost." Stephen Girard. For the Wives and Daughters of Amorica!! WOMAN, KNOW THYSELF. The following is the title of anew and peculiarly valuable book, just from the press WOMAN: Her Diseases and their Treatment. BY JOHN KINO, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, in the Eclectic College of Medicine, Cincinnati ; Author of the Amercan Ec lectic Dispensatory, the American Eclectic Obstetrics, the AMERICAN PHYSICIAN. This work was undertaken by the author only at the repeated and urgent solicitation of those who have listened to hie lectures for the past six or seven years-, and from his own well-grounded convictions that the health and happiness of the whole country demanded a reliable and scientific treatise on the subject. The women of America are fur to ignorant of their pecu liar organization, and of the diseases to which they are liable ; the consequence of which is, that the sex is becoming pro verbial for poor health, wretched existence and shortness of life. Physicians cannot remedy this state of things, self-knowledge, on the part of women themselves, in regard to the healthy action of their peculiar functions, the early symtoms of derange ment, and the bust methods of cure, can alone arrest the fatal tide offemale mortal ity. Let the voice of warning be heeded. In tho composition of the present work, several objects have been held in view, viz : to give a thorough account of the history, symptoms, causes, etc., of the various diseases referred to, in as condensed a manner as possible, so as to retain it within certain limits, and place it at a price within the reach of every mother and daughter in America ; to state fully the treatment pursued in these affections I . I n .... oy tne most eucccssiui practitioners, as well as that which the author adopts in his own practice, and to accomplish this end in addition to his own views, the most reputable authorities have been care fully examined. The language of the author is chaste, and yet capable of being understood by any nteiiigent person. The tex is well illustrated with new and appropriatr engraving, of chaste and inoffensive design. l tie volume contains 3bo large octavo pagos-F-the print is from clear, new type, and on the best white paper and is sub 6tantially bound. Price, $2,35. 1000 WOMEN WANTED, gentlemen will not be rejected to canvass their re spective neighborhoods for the sale of the above book, in doing which good wages may be made, and tho blessing of health despensed to thousands. Agents and others will be supplied with copies of tho book, prepaid by mail, on receipt of the retail price, $2,25. Address Longley Brothers, Publishers, nov24 168 Vine street, Cincinnati, O. SHERIFF'S SALE. . Mercantile Bank, vs. Thomas B. Updike, et. al. TY VIRTUE of an order of sale In'this " cause, issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Jefferson County, State of Ohio, bearing date October IGUi 1853, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by publie vendue and outcry, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Steubenville. on SATURDAY, the lit, day of Decem 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, ivung i;one, oi me steubenville land dis trict, beginning for boundary at the north west corner of the tract at a post In the late runs Wilson's line, thence S. 8360 East, 7v i hi ieruu 10 a nicEory, mence i. deg., R. 94 perches to a sugar tree, thence S. oj - a. percnes to a black oak, thence S. 21' W. 3li perches to a cornet in the run, thence S. 30) W. 20 pprches lo a large vim ouk, mence cs, w w , no perches to an ironwood. thence S. 25 o W. 3fi utecu iree in ine section line, tlience S. bW w . ids 7-lU perches to a sugar tree and double black walnut tree, thence N.ltC W. 150 S.in perches to the place of beginning, containing uuuuicu nuu oixijr-seveu acres, twenty six perches more er less. II. Also another tract adioiriino- tlm ahnva described, and bounded as follows : Begin ning at a post in a line in the Irani. hpTnro described, thence down a run with a line of laud formerly owned by Alexander Wells, thenco N . 40 W. 53 perches to a post, thence N. 73 W. 20 nerchea tn n nnal tlmnxo Iff 580 W. 9 310 perches to a white walnut! mence a. w. 22 perches, to a beech in William's line, thence S. 74 o K. 36 8.10 nnr. ches to a sugar tree, thence S. (35)) twenty five and a half perches, them-a north 843' o east 36 perches.to the beginning, containing eight acres 98 perches more orless, and being the same tract formerly conveyed by John i inner mm wiie 10 J ames Udoert now deceased. III. Also a Dart Of section 2!) nf town oli ir. 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 1 0 perches to a Post in th east line of the Cleveland & Pittsburgh Rail Road, theuceS. 13W W. 9 perches, thenci south 10 W. 8 perches, thence S. W. ij o-iu perches, thence N. m E. 36 6 10 perches to a post in the top of the river bank, thenoe north four and one half decrees. Wpst 26 3-10 perches to the beginning, containing e oi inn . . .. s o ni-iuu 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 men is inereio Deiouging. I III. Also a part of the last mentioned seciion, township and range, beginning at a pos, the south east corner of a tract heretofore conveyed by John Fisher to the Steubenville and Indiana Kailway Company, said post standins in the north boundary line nf Mrs. Jonathan Hagan's land, running thence west with the east line of said Company's laud to Fisher's line S. 80 0 E. 32 percnes 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 porches with the line of said lot, theuceS. 87U E. 21 5-10 perches to the fence west of the road at tho river, thence S. 4V E. 44 5-10 perches with said fenceS. 3 0 E. 10 5-10 to Hacan's line, thence S. eighty-six and one half degrees, W. 532 10 perches with Hagan's line to the place of be ginning, containing 25 acres, 2 roods, 24 per- rues more or lees and inclosing the strip of land lying between tho tract hereby conveyed and the Ohio river in front thereof, excepting alt rights of the Ferry and Ferry privileges, and the public road nnd excentini; the tract of the Cleveland Js 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 Ihe 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 Murry and Emanuel iiieinpont, as surveyed by J. M. Bickey De cember 27th 1854, and I will offer said prop erty aforesaid, first altogether, and then in sepaiale parcels ns herein described, and will strike it off either as an entirety or in separate parcels which ever way will bring the most money. i erms of sale cash. JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. I Fee $23.25 Steubenville, Hov. lU'58-ts. Delinquent Tax List for 1858. THE FOLLOWING is a list of Delinonent Lands and Town LoU in Jeffenwn County, State of Ohio, returned by John McAdams, Treasurer of said County, on which the Taxes for the year 1857 are not paid, and which are not jet paid, and j wuiuu arti uueu me penalty ot tmrty per cent., and the simple Tax of 18&8. STEUBEN VllLE TOWNSHIP. OWN KUS k AUKS. 1 UK what tun or IM. HO UU1. Bojii Jumei... ...... . u ma Btwttjr chulraO iut , rlockor Uoroellua Ilolton J L Hauan Jonathan........ aici'Otiald Wi linm. Mcrelif.d J Loll Mmltt K.. same , Robcrtn AlBttbew. Smiih Jri Vandjrne Jawea, IM... 32 S3 29 2834 80 30 liS 30 SO , 26A3L Si 35 84 80 pirt south K part north , part aouth part north a part woat K part Mt S pnrt iotfth S part north H part a uth north wet of north east part north att part aouth X 1 ar. east i part north nut part west K - .uujna ifluw..,H. X Viers Jesss K... 1 ISLAND CREEK TOWNSHIP. so t 20 10 talui rax is arm. nous. p. o at. 6070 204 4523 84 1SOO 1120 9JS 112 1344 672 tti3 M SI'S 450 ITS 10 111 2 71 M 49 i 83 16 10 1.1 24 17 Coulter Rlchard'a heira.. Carman Jahlel Cunningham John run jtwpu ........ Henry Thomaa Honrr Rutin llarriron Joxuua Nixon John- O'llairn Michaol Shane Joaenh... Ware Hiram 20 24 12 6 6 6 29 U 11 24 t part part part part part part part part psrt part part fwaav X aouth wst south east west X north eaxt north ent north eaxt aouth V, north wetft north west aouth west KNOX TOWNSHIP. Barcna William i.'oon Samuel . tooper Henry M .... Hamilton Ueorge 1) . H.lllin'i Alexander... SoUsman Jefferson... part east H patt north eant part midrlle pnrt middle part south west part north west 120 CO 83 3u0 48 113 1631- Wi 46 si y, 100 n 6 ICQ 41 S37I 1344 590 6376 4)2 2026 4570 620 464 22 OS 10g5 890 810 871S ua SALINE TOWNSHIP. Boyd David.. Dunlap Alexander's helra Maple Joaiuh ,. .Horde Aipna aianion crusiua ii same Polar Iron Co., Mew Yoik Perris James SaltHman JelTerson Shelby Isaac Jr vandrKe fetor Williams Darkl Jr. 6 part north east 6 part south west 31 south west of south wost 20 soutn x ana pt north j pt nnrill IS part north iii Hurt went 35 west nf witst )i 32 part north east 36 pun south west 31 south east of aouth woat north west rin west 11 V Sfl 6(i,'i 165 145 141 11 H lit) 62 81 180 1620 IMilO 2710 son 277 80 44 111 46 (i'.l 25 40 14 02 6S 01 44 BRUSH CREEK TOWNSHIP. White Timothy- 8 11 86 east H of west V. ROSS TOWNSHIP. IWi 1076 26 60 8 Elliott Stephen 3 11 23 Kirkpntrl.'k Matthew 3 11 7 Kerr Hobert 8 11 10 I,h Thoniaa a 11 ii Haitgmiin Jefferson 3 11 6 Wiles John U' heirs...- ail m part north west part south easts went H suntli west SJuth west of north east east Y south I'ust west north webt 40 60 202 108 790 180 1262 1075 SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP. Harrison Joshua 4 12 7 north of south eait SALEM TOWNSHIP. SO 53S 7 3 0 ,7 pt n e n w cor 3 In 10 north east centra Kobrrts William '0 'U part south west Stewart Adam 3 jo 0 part north east Williamson Margaret m 8 10 19 not th east east port Relta Adam.. Parsons Mary.... 6 4 no 224 2K0 84 858 11-20 36 45 3 96 38 98 WAYNE TOWNSHIP, tteattr Thos A ft John McKim.. Cram David Coleman Klr.hard Davis llobert.. Vifchtr Fraud.-' (Ireen Peter Reynolds Kdward 16 22 12 6 12 2 10 part north west " north east ' nortli east " north east " south eat " south west north east side SMITHFIELD TOWNSHIP. Johnson William.... Lyons James ueirs. . same.. . McOancv Ueorue 11 86 35 8 en plot south east part north east see plot MOUNT PLEASANT TOWNSHIP. Buck Watson Oil worth Ueorne W aame Ilaynes Thomas Underwood Johnson P... 17 11 11 28 17 soo pbt part west K " south east " west y, aouth went WARREN TOWNSHIP. Third Arrival of Fall Goods at I10FM OYER'S CLOTHING STORE. Market Street, Steubenville, O. CPcnEArEB THAN KVF.B BEFORE OFFERED. TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE Great unu U VII AO ntvio, bllG OUI71tl lUCl 1109 UUCH compelled to replenish his former beautiful stock by larva additions, which have been made up to order in Baltimore, expressly for this market. He would invite the attention of citizens and strangers to his large and beautiful stock, as they will find it complete ana suiied to tneir wants, consisting in part oi 2 4 121718 sen plot 2 6 7 Pt north i 2 6 1 pt north went . 2 6 2 a 8 see plot 2 4 22 Pt south west 2 4 12 see plot Bbelmon .loiepn t 17&4J uo Turner WilUam 2 6 31 do BaylesSj B Brindly Henry. .... same Drake Wm A Brindiay T.. Hutchison Jnsiah. Nee I William.. WELLS TOWNSHIP. HanenJAJ - 1 1 9 Oliver Henry Jr 2 5 21 Ptarr Richard 1 1 20 Vanosdoll Cornelius. - - 2 6 6 same 6 6 11 Winter Wilson - 2 6 6 including Fery Plght pt east half pt north east pt north east pt south east east y, CROSS CREEK TOWNSHIP. Overcoats from $3 00 to 25 00 Business coats " 2 50 " 10 00 Dress coats " 5 50 " 20 00 Heavy Pants " 1 25 " 5 00 Fine Pants " 3 00 9 00 Winter Vests 75 2 50 Fine Vests " 8 00 " 10 00 Bnrrlss Fanander Boyd James' heirs Buchanan J ames Cole William Kdie John Fisher Joshua,.. H0LT0N HOUSE. Newark, Licking County, Ohio. rTpTHE above named Hotel having been leased by the undersigned for a term of years, it is the determination of the proprietor to make it rank with the best Hotels in the State. The House is new, being thoroughly repaired with all modern improvements, and furnished nearly new. Bedding of the first quality will be substituted, to make it in this, as well as in every respects first class Hotel. The Holton House will be open for the reception of guests on the first of December, 1853, with a character that will merit pub ic tavor. J. L. HOLTON. nov 24-'58-ly . FITS 1 FITS ! FITS 1 ! ! ranch's vsoktable kxtract EPILEPTIC PILLS, For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and all Nervous and Constitutional Diseases. "PERSONS who are laboring under this distressing mslndy will find HANCE'S VEGETABLE EPILEPTIC TILLS to be the only remedy ever discovered for curing Epi lepsy or Falling Fits. These pills possess a specific action on the norvous system : and. although thev are pre pared especially for curing fits, they will be iounu oi twpeciHi uenent lor all persons amioc ed with weak nerves, or whose nervous system lias Deen prostrated or shattered from anv cause whatever. In chronic complaints, or OiaeaHen 01 mug alarming, superinduced Dy nervousness, they are cxceedinelv beneficial. Price three dollars per box, or two boxes for five dollars. Persons out of the city enclosing a remittance, will have the pills sent to them. through the mnil, free of postage. For sale by SETH S. IIANOE, No. 108 Baltimore Stbkkt, Baltimore, Md., to whom orders from all parts of the Union must be addressed, post paid. . . , une 'J,oo-iy, THE GREAT LIGHT OF THE AGE! OWE IMPROVED COAL-OIL LAMP to be had at the QueenswnrA Stars of E. A. TONNER. Market Street between Fifth and Sixth Streets, Is the cheapest and most brilliant light ever nitruuuceu: Gas not excepted ! 1 1 This lamp will give a lieht eaual to four candles, at a less price than one. TheoilisNOT EXPLOSIVE, andwill not com like other oils, and can h burnt in this lamp WITHOUT SMELL OR SMOKE. For Churches Stores, Families and others this lamp cannot be excelled. Mr. T. is prepared to furniah Lamps, Shades, Chimneys, Wicks and Oil, in any quantities. novi,- MERCHAFT TAILORING. THOS. H. ROBERTSON, has opened a shop over John R. McLausrhlin's Saddler Shop, where he is prepared to manufacture all kinds oi uentiemens' wear in the neatest and most fashionable style, on the shortest notice Those wishing their garments made right, will Please give bint a can. All garments made by him, warranted to fit. Particular attention paid to cutting. . nov.2458-y Merrvman James G Orr Johnston... same.. Rubber Coals, Overalls and Jumpers, Wool Knit Jackets, Cotton Knit Jackets, All kinds of White Shirts, White Marsailles Shirts, Fancy Shirts, Hickory Shirts, Blue Flannel Shirts, Grey Flannel Shirts : White Wool Under Shirts. and Drawers ; Mixed do ; British do ; Merino do ; Pure Silk do : Portsmouth do : Canton Flannel do ; Heavy Rib Cotton do. Buck Skin Gloves, Seal do, do : Sable do. do: Woolen do; Cashmore do; Cloth do; Kid do ; Kid Lined do ; Fleecy Lined do ; Berlin do, do ; Driving do ; Silk and Cotton do ; Buck Gauntlets ; Fur do ; Black Silk Cravats; Fancy do, do; Silk and Satin Stocks; Moire Antique do Heavy Wool Knit Hose ; Worsted do do ; Lambs Wool do, do ; Merino do ; British do; Virginia do ; Cotton do ; Marsailles Collars ; Linen do ; .Taper do ; f ancy do ; Bilk Hand kerchiefs ; Linen do ; Cotton do ; Napoleon Neckties; Byron do; Cheneille Scarfs ; Scotch do ; comforts, Genu Shawls, Suspenders, u races, umoreuas, carpet sacks, so., c. CLOTHS.CASS1MERES, DOESKINS, Satinets, Tweeds, cords, Beavers. 3eal Skins, Imitation Furs, and Peter Shams, Vel vet, Plush, Silk and Satin Vestings, and all other descriptions of goods for Mens' and lioys Wear of the newest and richest styles, from the highest to the lowest prices. If you want a neat fitting and fashionable Custom Made Garment, Or a well got up suit of Ready Made Clothing, Or any other article of Wearing Apparel call on HOFMAYER, At the cheap one price - Cash Clothing House, Rine James. IRmo Tomllnson Joseph.-.. same.. Williams Obadlnh J... 2 S 19 part south west cor 2 6 33 ' sou th west cor 3 6 6 north west 8 6 84 north east 2 0 IS north west 2 8 17 ' east H 2 6 18 " north wott 2 6 2 " eou'.htt 2 6 1 " north centra 2 6 7 " south west 2 6 17 '- eastt 2 6 1H aonth east eor 2 6 14 west west centre 2 6 20 east y, east centre 2 6 8 pt east X 2 6 2 pt north west west 2 6 6 pt south east south 122 101 f l i:i 'lii Mi 77 Mil 10 S!) 139 4 10 2s 13 4 17 10 li 10 65 1776 2040 878 SHU 10S 377 CISC 30M 1110 10&2 140 1500 39 i 84 78 , SALEM TOWNSHIP. - 0WKSK8 NAMBB la lots. Out. What tows ,r Aadltton.WhoU or Part. Vain. Tuts, kc Baker Anthony Craw Ilenrf emnie darllnger Thunaa Mrn John aame aame . , Porter Charles Herelval Clarissa 8tewart Adam same Wright miu Ana same same Blackburn Thomas, funaton John II same Freehurn Joseph Jamas Samael B Linusej famuel sana same aame same same same same Rose John Ilelrs Olaaener Ann A Oarre'.t Patterson Alexander " Stone John Uerver John SI II 17 t 68 69 T4 82 62 10 I S II IS 43 46 7& 33 34 36 38 39 41 42 44 16 61 W a 36 Shall j'saod to Richmond do ' Shelley's addition Jucbmoni do do Ebe lev's addition JHichtnond Kicbtnond dot Richmond do do Fairfield Springfield do Springfield do Springfield do do do do do do Springfield Salem W A li s addition W A U'i addition WAYNE TOWNSHIP. whole 134 . i IS S . : whole 301 j 13 do . 74 16 02 fraction 828 6 70 j Whole 64 I 14 S do 163 , I 43 4 do 4 . ea o whole . (24 bl f Whole Itfd 4 00 8 , whole 140 8 S6 I do lie t M I whole 44 a i do 5SO t ,1 f - eaet X 2u2 4 , la 8 ; Whole Hi : : 24 T X 41 . M 2 K, 75 I 50 4 whole yo . I ; so do 504 81 S whole sra, is 48 do 168 S 84 S . do i 40 SO J do. . M I VO A do 280 t 61 S do 40 80 S do 40 80 S east pnrt V ten 44 bo I whole m 8 87 0 - whole 1 . S2 26 3 Macro 600 II SI 4 Mure 6 10 9- Sloomleld whole SMITHFIELD TOWNSHIP. Crippen Henry - same McQrew Joseph B Dllworth George W same aame f Kftme IloR-e William lUitr.htll Viuceut Mitchell Vhnmaa Mitchell N M A It'ch'l J same same same same miue same Robinson Samnson's hra Scott. John llockadaT JJcnjamin D Do wson William T Houston James B Hay ene John Humphrey David St', Hull Israul Leeper John same save Mt.Pleas.branch of tho ft. Bank nf Ohio Chapman Aaron Kills fill lit) Spence Lavosicr Cox Lyman Miller fcttuiuolj lealt' I limes turns 85 97 21 Cars add U Smlthfleld do do . Wrtl OUth -west H whole 250 Et 66 424 S I u 01 19 43 SI 0 T 4 MOUNT PLEASANT TOWNSHIP. 72 74 149 168 139 21 144 18 M 06 67 209 z;o 14S 188 41 2 66 44 43 6! 3 30 31 Alt Pleasant do Carother't add do Carother't add Mt f lessen t Carother't add Mt Pleasant do do do Dlllworth'l add do Carother't add Oarother's add lit Pleasant Ireuton wbola 'HI . I II 0 do 560 II 04 , 0 , do 660 It ! 04 0 do 84 67 O , aal X J 42 2 west side 660 II 04 O weetK H2 2 20 T east 112 2 SO . 9 whole 112 2 20 S whole 84 66 ' whole 66 1 10 3 ' whole 111 I 30 9 whole 1H4 1 44 I eeutre 90 1 77 5 whole 224 4 41 7 weatk 111 I SI 2 east k 00 I 63 4 12 0 40 29 23 9 62 60 41 WARREN TOWNSHIP. Toala add to Warrenton whole Warrenton whole Warrenton Fraction Teals addition whole Wsrrenton 68 Warrenton whole do do do ' de Teals addition whole Tiltonsvllle whole Tiitunsville whole TiltoasTlll whole WELLS TOWNSHIP. Lstrraoce Lagraugt do do whole whole whole CROSS CREEK TOWNSHIP. Solomon i'uhne.tocl lleury W follows Cherles Merrymnn James 0 I'nilions Wm 11 Qui'.luu William D tuiltn Alvxauaer II 13 1'4 40 17 16 35 Wlnterwllle New Alexandria do do Datoni addition do NewIAlexandria whole whole wnole whole whole whole whole 424 660 168 448 48 476 66 45 992 224 45 116 252 Sf 112 45 224 280 193 4i 262 140 184 6 L2 6 02 91 87 83 65 72 79 63 13 03 S4 n 90 65 6S 21 62 66 04 86 id 12 Auditor's Office, Jefferson County. November 29. 1858. TVTOTICE is hereby given that the whole of the several tracts or Land and Town Muve bvuiaiucu in urn auuvo iiab, ui bu ujuwu ti vutu an vriii uo uecceaarjr yaj tuo axes, Interest and Penalty charged thereon, will be sold at the Court House in Steubenville, Jefferson county, Ohio, on the Second Monday of January next, being the 10th day of January, 1859, by the Treasurer of said county, unless the Taxes, Interest and l'enalty be paid before that time. Ihe bidder who will pay the Taxes, &c., for tho least portion of any tract or lot to be tbe purchaser. bale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, and con untie from day to day until all are sold or offered for sale. J. S. LOWE. Auditor s Office, Steubenville. Dec. 1. 1858. Auditor Jeff. County. NOW IS THE TIME FOR BARGAINS AT iSCOTTS CITYJJMIOE STORE. Opposite the Washington Hall, MARKET STREET, STEUBENVILLE. OHIO. A complete assortment of HOME MADE BOOTS SHOES, suitable for Foil nnd Win. ter trade, now on hand and for sale, Wholesale and Retail. 3TAI1 kinds of work made to order. TnoT 23m 1 D. SCOTT 7517 106 2M3 39 125 1 157 2 112 2 314 4 110 41 370 6 25 60 76 22 66 43 61 22 DKY GOODS I A. J. TIM & DRY GOODS t! CO. 4480 682 424 228 168 168 rpHE UNDERSIGNED have now on hand a large and general slock of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, suitable for Fall and Winter wear, embracing every new aud desirable style of Ladies' Dress Goods, -ujwe name in parcj riain li rench Merinoa, Fie'd 1 183, 30" 2 122 49 '4 4 5C 60 (O 221 221 874 12ft 4110 120 168 8 810 90 246) 92 5f0 303 1100 1064 1210 41150 115 655 15 170 8 5 20 2 18 2 67 21 13 7 32 24 28 Poie de Chavre, Robes a Laze, Knyadere Valencias, Fiorina Lustre, Merins Robes a Quille, Plaid Armenian, Persian Twills, Traviata Plaids, Paramatta Cloths, Figured Cashmeres, Plain M. de Laincs, Fig'd " Plaid " Bayadere Twills. -HT.Stl .H I..H Hli h: JfXIt I'JtHIKIl .ft .V.vr J U TUTK' A7'7T rZ Orrffrn Broche Long, Square, Fancy Cloaks, Mantillet Shawls, ens' anil Bay State Long, " " Square, Silk Border Stella, Plush Border Stella, &c.,d!c. B)s' Hear. ; L3. 1 O LOTS In cloths, Plain and Fancy cassimcrcs, Satinetts, Tweeds. Vestinsrs. !kc: totrcther with a complete asssrtment of ttUUSJUUUSflUa AUD DOMESTIC GOODS. All of which we will sell at the lowest prices in caah. f lease give ns a call ana compare our stock and prices, beforo purchasing elsewhere. ' ' t it o ir..: n. .' i-it'e r .... 11. ojuiuan una ..ucxitut aarjem lUlien m I till for gOOat, at 1114 tlOrC. November 17, 1858 A. J. TIM & CO. STEUBENVILLE TOWNSHIP. SECOND STOCK OF FALL GOODS FOB 1858. OWNKK3' NAURS IK LOTS. OUT WHAT T0W.V OR ADDITIOJ. WBOLC 01 PIRT. TALua. TAXIS. 0 8 4 6 9 217 373 MARKET STREET, STEUBENVILLE, OlIIO. And by so doing save from ten to twenty per cent ot your purchase money. no!7 oo flAGUERREOTYPE, Ambrotype and Photographic materials, just received and evni aril a iitii trv tor sale oy uiviwu a juitivin. oct SO '58. Beattr A Bteelman same 8ame. ....... . BordJamee lleattr Joaeph'a heira-.... Beeler David Butler Klenor. 4Q5t400 llatr William il BradrJobo. 110 Oolllna Thomaa1 helri 78 Ourftnan AUara...M 6 Conn Robert L'a helra-.. 1 Dudley John 108 t'ogg Jane 17 aame - 18 Qilbuna Jane'a heirs...... l'O Gray John 441 aame .. io Olll Henrr'a heira...... ... 30 Hull David...... 4t aame u H 4b8 Hull Willl.m L 3tH Halus Martha 11 36 JnhnFon 1. H 467 Klrkman Zaeharlah ....... Lalblin A. W.. 3 McUuire Uarv Ann....... ll MoKenner Thomaa' heira 118 Malher David.. 42 UoBeth Peter'a heira...... 14 Manlr Joshua. vii Murray Ann 97 Martin Kliaabeth 66 Nicholson John K 3r0 aame M1 Nloholaon Andrew'! bra. 352 eaote.s 369 Prleat Franoli A.. 3 I'risby Jaoob 1 Parrold francls 335 Pattereon John 8.- 398 etewartAN 301 Smith Michael 18 Bhuman Uliia Jaee...... 1TO umi 170 Taylor Jamea. - 82 TeaffJamea 9 aame.. -,. . "I aame. 91 Taagart WllUarn...-..- n 2 TeaffMmrod 203 Willie William 1) 89 Wilkin David....-....-.- 8 aame 0 Workman James. S YemeU Margaret,...- 104 Steubenville. Boai'2 addition do do Loess' aub division Steubenville WrWht'i addition Koss' first addition mis whole 1 do do j whole 60 by 69 feet whole dllhvlin bat aouth woat X vnoie VARNISHES, Coach Copal, Japan, &r. just received and for sale by dec3 Hi nino A Msxvix WR. B. ROTIIACKER, Ricbmond BUT, 'JcEforsoo County Ohio Bowie Joeeph-..-86 aame mm.....mm....m 87 Bluell John 12 aame. ....m...m II Conn Samuel...-,-.-...-. 84 Oliver JK . 13 Ueed Robt-..-. 8'i aaaae M. ....- . 83 i Thomaa Alexander m 81 Uamiltoa (leorne 2 oieuoenvm steubenville Steubenville MoOonnell A Kells' addition Uray'a addition Steubenville Btakely'a addition do Steubenville Murrav'a addition ArmstronK A Gray's addition Knus'seconuauiiitiin Diokeason'a addition do Welle' addition Itoe' second addition Dickenson'e aldition MoMurray'H addition 9-16 of V of a aide Anderpon I onaldson edd south Dike k Wilsons add 27 feet, nortli ' Steubenville eouth X Roes' second addition north Orr'a addition whole bt"Ubenvllle Si of 20 by 180 ft cieuuflUTHie Wallace', addition Wei la' addition do Wells' addition do Wallace's addition Boas' SHtond addition Viers' addition Itoss' first addition Wells addition Gray's addition Bteubenvlllle do Orara' addition MeUurray'a addition Btenbenvllla Wot south W Steubenville 64-65 of of tX Orra-addition whole Cairoll k Kell'a adddltlon who e Gray's addition 40 by 60 feet Urr'a addition whole do do Uolaaablln addition whole Stetibenvllle of aouth KNOX TOWNSHIP. Newburgh whole do ,ia do Nio 6o do do do d . , 1-9 whole do do do ' de Cornell'f add to Knoxvtllo ' ' Uo east X whole 47 by lOOftot whole whole north X north X wnole UX by T1X ft aouin x whole do whole south X wueie aouth X tv leei whole I do f whole do whole west X whole whole whole whole part 80 by 30 feet whole X north side Xoli 1700 91 S3 2 200 10 7 1 6 3725 200 12 6 200 10 74 6 4U WO UO 1500 80 68 8 8000 161 17 6 300 1 6 11 8 226 12 08 8 800 1 6 11 8 1360 72 62 8 600 26 86 8 300 16 11 0 200 10 74 6 60 3 00 9 275 14 77 650 34 9i 2 600 32 23 6 4U0 ' ill 4U 0 660 30 i 1 1000 64 07 6 170 9 13 2 600 27 24 I 'ii'O II 28 6 426 23 48 9 400 21 40 0 800 10 II 8 100 6 37 I 860 45 60 4 600 26 86 8 1250 67 1 5 6 600 ' 26 80 2 . 600 20 HI) 2 475 26 52 0 3 0 18 80 6 2(0 13 43 I Ji 00 86 96 0 860 IS 81 8 250 13 42 9 2375 127 69 6 I'l6 6 71 6 400 21 49 0 75 4 03 0 60 2 68 7 844 18 43 0 fH 28 20 S 700 87 10 460 24 17 0 800 16 II 8 1230 64 47 I 0 662 28 20 6 600 32 23 t DUNLAV & COBLE ARE JUST RECEIVING THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS THEY EVER BROUGHT TO THE CITY, WHICH THEY ARE DETERMINED TO SELL ON AS GOOD TERMS AS THEY CAN Be had in any establishment west of the Mountains, CONSISTING of Merinoes, Cobnrgs, Velvets, Monslin DeLaines, Silks and Dress Onnrln nf t.bft nowpat. rIvIab flhnwla nf aanm vnv'.air. T.inna Diki vs.: r. i Hosiery, Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinetts. Flannels. TrinU. and Muslins nf nvorv UinH nnia - and Shoos, Hals and Caps and a ' . . '. GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES. . of every variety. These goods having been purchased late in the season on the most favors- Die terms, we are able to sell them at S'ich prices that all will say that they are 1.UWJS.& ihaxi AJJiX JSVJSE UfFEBED IN ANY MARKET. We invite all to call at the corner of 4th and Adams Strenta. RtAiihanvilin selves, whero they will find 4000 yards of Velvet. Brussels. Wool anrl llutfh OARPRTn ,.f extra styles, and at prices lower than any ever offered in this market. , lur i nnnKiui tor tne patronago huretoiore received, we solicit a continuance of the same. November 3, 185c). DUNLAP 4 COBLE. 224 40 17 17 4 44 9 66 89 S89 47 61 77 78 94 TO 61 90 60 34 SADDLERY. REMOVAL. JOHN N. MYERS, begs leave to inform the nuhlin. thnt Iia Tina rnmnvorl Ya AotnK. 1W r "t - " m " VU UID V DtUW lishinent, for the manufacture of Saddlery, Harness, Upholstery, &c, To the North-West corner of Market and Fourth streets, in the room recently occupied iy u. u. uiasgow, wnere ne is prepared to furnish his former patrons, and the public in general, wim a ontier siock ot an articles ID Sis line than heretofore, and Tat reduced Pri!i .... I-' ILTUememoer me place; sepKlitf!' JOHN F. OLIVER, 7 A TTORNEY A T LAW ; Steubehville, Ohio. ' ! OFFICE on Market street, immediately opposite the Jefferson Branch Bank, nov.3 '58-tf. WE - si ERFUMERY. New nnd handBorae styles, of tho various kinds of perfume' ry lately receivedand tor sale. t the' Dfuir auijiuuuui ui ace 3J - USSINS dt ikULVlN, EXAMINATIONS will he held a fnl. lows: . U ! vt , In Steubenville, on Saturday, June 26th, 1858, -Iu Richmond, on Friday, August Cth, j,',. In Smithfield, on Saturday, August 7th, In. Steubenville, on Saturday, September lc!th, In Richmond,.on Friday, October 2'Jth, lo Smithfield, on Saturday, October 30th, . In Steubenville, on Saturday, December 4th,' " i Beginning in each prompUy at Nine o'clock A. M. , . . , . By order of the Board. . ; . ' JACOB N. DESELLEM, Clerk. warrenton, Jeff, co, 0., June 9th, 1858 td. - JUST RECEtVElTioliogsheads N. " 0. Sugar, and for sale by eps16 O. T.Hollowat A Co, 12 BARRELS Linseed Oil, In stoTe and for sole at the lowest cash price spril 28.-58L :- , . . i: ipERFUMERY.-A Superior , assort' - mestof Coloiraea. Extracts for tha han.l kerchief, Hair Oils and romades, for sale br oct80.,58. Uvm k Miltw.