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John Travis, et. al. VS. - Mow A. Campbell, et. al. ,TY VIRTUE of an odor of sale in this cause isaicd out of the Court of Com mon Pleaa of Jefierson countv. State of Ohio, bearing date Ootnber 2d, a. d. 1&3S, nu tom direct?", I will expose to salo by public vendue and outcry, at the frmt door i toe court house, in the city of Steuben ville, on SATTRDAY, tlie 4th day of December, A. D. 1858, at I o'clock p. id 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 sooth east quarter of section number thirty-four, township number eight, and range number two, ami bounded and descri bed as follows: lleffinning at a post stan ding In the northwest corner of said quar ter, running thence south to the aout.li west corner of said quarter, thence east to a sasalras, corner to lands of John llowny's heirs, thence N. 311 , E. thirty-four pe hes to the edge of Yellow Creek, thence with the middle of th-j creel;, N. 31 E. one hundred and eight porches to a post, on a smell saud-bar in the middle of the creek, thence N. 29 E, eleven and six teenth perches to tne bank of the creek, thence North 91 a West thirty-six tenth perches to a efjne, standing in the north boundary line, comer to lands of George Wilson, the.ncff west to the place of begin ning, containing seventy-one acres more or less. H Wrt of the Southwest quarter of section number thirty-four, township num 3.r eight anl range number two, beginning 'ior the same at the southeast corner of aiu 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 one ncnureu and fifty eight perches, thence east forty one and one-tenth perches to the beginning, containing forty ncres, two roods and twenty-one perches be the same more or less. III. Part of the Southeast quarter of the 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 eighty-one and eight tenth perches to a post, thence west titty five perches to a run, thence S. 141 West, 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, thence S. 101 0 E. twenty- three prches, thence South 28 East, seven perches to a poet on the west side of the run, thence east fifty seven perches to the place of beginning containing twenty-eight acres more or less. Terms of sale cash. JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, ) Fee $14,00. Steubenville, Nov. 3, '59-ts. SHERIFFS SALE ON PARTITION. Joseph Nesbit, vs. Eleanor Ann Nesbit, et al. DY VIRTUE of an order of sale in this cause, issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Jefferson countv. State of Ohio, tearing date October 16th, 1859, 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 hteuDenvUIe, on Saturdmj, the 1 Ith day of December, A.D. 1853, at 1 o'clock p. m. of eaid day, the following dsscribed 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, pagos 349 and 350 of the record of deeds of Jeflereon county Ohio excepting therefrom the part conveyed to Jonathan Nesbit, as follows, to wit: Ueing in west part of the north cast quarter of section number nineteen, township number ten, in rango number three of the Steubenville Land District lleginning at a stone, tho south west cor ner of said quarter section, and running thence north one hundred and sixty and one-tenth perches to a stone, thence east forty-six perches to a stone, thence south eighty perohns to a post, thence west, six perches and fifteen links to a post, thence couth twenty-four perches to a post, thence cast six perches 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 Jefferson 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 twelvemonths the balance in two years from day of Rale, with inter est. The doferred payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises. Sheriff's Office, Steubenville, O. nov. 9-ts(feo $11 JAMES II. ULINN, Sheriff. sheriff's sale: John Cochran, et. al. vs. Peter Price, et. al. BY VIRTUE of an order of sale in this - cause issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of JeffersoH county, State of Ohio, bearing date Nov 1st, lb58, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by pub lic vendue and outcry, at the-front door ol the Court House, in the city of Steuben ville, on Saturday, the ilh day of December, 1358. at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the fol 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 Fame 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- ton's addition to the said city of Steuben ville. - . Terms of sale cash. JAMES H. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, Steubenville, ) nov IQ.'58-td Fee $6,25 School Examiners' NoticetoTeacnerV EXAMINATIONS will be held as fol lows: In Stfeubenville, on Saturday, June26th, 1858, Jn Richmond, on Friday, August 6th, In Siniilifielil, on Saturday, August 7th, Id Htrubeuvillc, on Saturday, September 18th, In Richmond, on Fridny, October 89th, Iu Smithfield, on Saturday. October 3l)ih, In Steubenville, on 'Saturday, December 4lh, Beginning' in each promptly at Nine o'clock A. M7 By order of Mia Board. . . JACOJl N.'DESELLEM. Clerk. WWiitou', Jelf, co, 0 Jnne Dili, 1858 td. SHERIFF'S SALE. The North Western Bank of Virginia, vs. William S. Gill. BY VIRTUE of an order of sale in this cause issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Jefferson County, Ohio, bearing date September 'J7th 1 859, and to me directed, 1 will cpoFO to sale by public vendue and outcry, t the front door of the Court House, in the City of Steubenville, on Saturday, the llfA day of December, 1853. at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day the following real estate ami premise, situate n Jefferson County, and State of Ohio, and described as follows to witr I. Lot number twenty-six (2G) on the plat of the town of Mt. Pleasant,; tngethor with the appurtenances thereto belonging. II. Also fractional part off the East side of lot iiumbcr twenty-four (24) on the plat of the tiywn of Mt. Pleasant, fronting nine feet on Main Ftreet and running hack an equal width one hundred sixty-six and two-tenth feet. levins or sale cash. ... JAMES II. BLINN. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. I Fee $G,25. Steubenville, Nov. 10,'58-ts. I SHERIFF'S SALE. Bancroft & Lee, vs. . George Goodwin. BY VIRTUE of a writ of vendi exponas, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Jefferson County, State of Ohio, bear ing date November Cth lS58,andto me direc ted, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry, at tlio front door of the Court House in the City of Steubenville, on Saturday, the 11 th day of Dcember, 1858. at 1 o'clock, P. M of said day the following described premises situate ill Jctterson Uounty and State of Ohio, to wit : Lots numbered ten flO eleven (11 twelve 13 fourteen 14 fifteen 15 sixteen 16 seventeen f 17) eighteen (18) thirty-four (34) and fifteen feet otf the west side of lot num bered thirty-three (33) on the plat of the town of York. Terms of salo cash. JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, I Fee $(1,25 Steubenville, JSov. 10,a8-ts Fever and Ague, from which mankind suffer over a large part of tho globe, is the consequence of a diseased action in the system, induced by the poisonous miasm of vegetable decay. This exhalation is evolved by the action of solar heat on wet soil, and rises with the watery vapor from it. While the 3un is below the horizon this vapor lingers near the earth's sur face, and the virus is taken with it through the lungs into the blood. There it acts as an irritating poison on the internal viscera and excreting organs of the body. The liver becomes torpid and fails to accrete not only this virus, but also the bile from the blood. Both the vims and the bile accumulate in the circulation, and produce violent constitu tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the tomsch sympathize with the liver, and become disordered also. Finally, the instinct of our or ganism, as if in an attempt to expel the noxious infusion, concentrates the whole blood of the body in the internal exeretorics to force them to cast it out The blood lea? the surface, and rushes to the central organs with congretive violence. This is the Chill. But in this effort it faila. Then the Fbvbb follows, in which the blood leavc3 the cen tral organs and rushes to tho surface, as if in another effort to expel the irritating poison through that other great excretory the skin. In this also it fails, and the system abandons the attempt exhausted, and waits for the recovery of strength to repeat the hopeless effort another day. These are the fits or paroxysms of Fkveb and Ague. Such constitutional disorder will of course under mine the health if it is not removed. We haxe labored to find, and havo found, an antidote, Ayer's Ague Cure, which neutralizes this malarious poison in the blood, and stimulates the lirer to expel it from the body. As it should, so it does cure this afflicting disorder with perfect certainty. And it docs more, or rather doe what is of more service to those sub ject to this infection. If taken in season it expels It from the system as it is absorbed, and thus keeps those who uu it free froth its attacks ; keeps the Srstera in health although exposed to the disease, onsequently it not only cures, bui protects from, the (Treat variety of affections which are induced by this malignant influence, such es Bcmittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague, Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, Bilious Fevers, Neuralgia, FJienmatisra, Gout, Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita tion, Painful AlTections of the Spleen, Hysterics, Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of the Stomach ana Bowels, all of which, when arising from this cause, will be found to assume more or less the intermittent type. This " Aoub Curb " removes the cause of these derangements, and cures the disease. This it accomplishes by stimulating the excre tories to expsl the virus from the system ; and these organs by degrees become habited to do this their ofSce of their own accord. Hence arises what wo term acclimatrdion. Time may accomplish tho aame end, but often life is not long enough, or is sacrificed in the attempt, while this " Aouk Cl'im " does it at once, and with safety. We have great reason to believe this is a surer as well as safer remedv for the whole class of diseases hich are caused by the miasmatic infection, than any other which ha been diacoverd ; and it has still another important advanttg? to the public, which is, that it is cheap as well as good. PREPARED ET DR. J. O. AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Pmcb Ckji Dollar peb Bottle. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won for itself such a renown for the cure of every variety of Throat and Lv.ng Complaint, that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em ployed. As it has long been in constant use throughout this section, we need not do more than assure the people its quality is kept up to the best it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do for their relief all it has ever teen found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOB ALL THE PURP0SL3 OF A rUIUTlYE MEDICINE. Fob Cobtivithms; Fon, tiik Cuxb or Dyspepsia ; Foa iwnmc.t, ; Fon the Cube or Ijidigestiox ; For He aim this; Fob tub Ccrb ot Dysentery; Fob a Fnt-L Stomach ; Fob ths Cibb or Exywelas; Fon Tnu Pir.iM Fob the Cck op Schofua; For all friCRoiTLors Complaints ; For thp. Cchs op Rhecmatihm; Fob Diseases op tub Skin ; Fob the Ccrb ot Liver Comi-laist; Fob Onorsv j Fob tdb Ccbe op Tetter, Ti'Mona akd Salt Rhb um ; For Worms; Fob the Curb op Goct; Fob a Disner Pill; Fob tub Curb op Neuralgia j Fob FcKiriiNo tub Blood. They are sugar-coated, eo that the most sensi tive can take them pleasantly, and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any quantity. Price 29 conts per lox ;FivoUoxes for $1X0. Crest numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States men, and eminent personages, nave lent their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, but our spnee here will not permit tho insertion of them. The Agents below named fur nish gratis our Amtiktcax Almanac in which they are given ; with also full descriptions of the above complaints, and the treatment that should be fol lowed for their cure. Do not bo put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparations they make more profit on. Demand Ater'b, 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 Heulnf? A Melvin, Steubenville, J. B. yirunif rail, Bloomingdalu ; F. Fisher, WintarKville ; W.Price A Son, Smithfield J W. II. Crew A Co., Richmond ; M. O. Morgan, Mt. Pleasant. and all Druggist and dealers in medicin everywhere. Pet. I3,'58.y fjOSCENTRATED LEY. A jrenn Ine article, for making soap, for sale by oct20-'5S Hkhko t Melvih, MISCELLANEOUS. THE GREATEST ed: IISCOTM OF THE AGE. MR. KENNEDY.of Koxbury.has dis covered in one of our common pabTubi weeds a remedy that cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR, from the worst scrofula down to a common pimple. He has tried it in over 1100 cases, and never failed except in two cases, (both thunder humor.) He has now in his possession over one hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. . . . One o three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on tho face. Two or three bottles will clear tho system of biles. Two bottle are warranted to cure the worst canker in the mauth or stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure thfl worst case of Ervsirjelas. One to two bottles are warranted to cure all kind humor in the eves. Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to cure eorruDt and runninir ulcers. One bottle will cure scaly eruptions of the skin. Two or throe bottles are warranted to cure the worst. kind of ringworm. Two or three bottles are warranted to cure tlm most desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four boUles are warranted to cure snlt rheum Five to eight bottles will cure the worst cas ot scrofula. benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, and a peitect cure is warranted when the above quantity is tanen. Roxburv, Mass. Dkar Madam : The reputation of the Med leal Discovery, in curing all kid of humors, is so well established by tne unanimous voice of all who have ever used it, that l neeu not say anvlhing on the subject, as the most skil full physicians and the most careful Drug cists in the country are unanimous in its nraise. In presenting the Medical Discovory to your notice, I do it with a full knowledge of its curative power, in releaving all, and cur ing most of those diseases to which you are unfortionatlv so liable. That most excruci ating disease to nn affectionate 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 and sweet slumbers j and the Medical uiscovcry becomes a fountain of blessing lo jour hus band and household ' lu the more advanced states of CANKER it extends to the stomach, causing DYSPEPSIA, which Is nothing but car.ker on the stoninch then to the intestines and KIDNEYS, creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an in difference even to the cares of your family. Your 6tomach is RAW AND INFLAMED, your food distresses you, and you can only take certain binds, and even ot mat your systom does not get half too nourishment it contains a the ncrimonous fluid of the can ker cats it up; then your complexion loses its bloom and becomes sallow or grepnish, and your best day is gone. For Tanl of nour ishment your system becomes loose and flab by, and the fibres ot your body become relax ed. Then follow a train of diseases which the Medical Discovery is peculiaily adapted to V U 11 E ; Palpitration of the heart, puin in (he side, weakness of the spine and small of the dack, pain in the hip joint when you retire, irregu larity of the bowls, and also, that mostexcru cialing of diseases, the PILES. How many thousands of poor wo.nen are sulfering from this disease and pining nway a miserable Jilu, and their next door neighbor does not know (because. I wish to impress on your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce of prevenUou is better than a pound of cure.'' In the MEDICAL DISCOVERY you have both the preventative mid tho cure, with this Great and good quality, that it will never unchr any circumstances, do you any in- jury- Jo change of dint ever necessary eat the best you get aud enough of it. Diukctio.v for use Adults one table spoon ful per day Children over ten years dessert spoopfnl children from five to eight years, lea spoonful. As no directions can be appli cable to all constitutions, taken sufficient to operate on the bowels twice a day. 1 ours truly, DONALD KENNEDY, Price Sl.OOper bottle. For salo wholesale and etail by R. D. MORRISON, IIENING & MELVIN, and 31. L. MILLER, Steubenville, Ohio. aiis20.'57;-ly. CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! E. FR0II1I AN & CO., RESPECTFULLY inform their friends aud the public generally that their new stork of clothing for tho Si-kino and Summer Trade, manufactured furthc Steuben villu mar ket at their wholesale establishment at Cin cinnati, has just arrived. It is larger and more varied, and embraces finer articles than usual. The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vests and Hats and Caps lor men and boys, handker chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts, and a full stock of Furnishing Good, Trunks, Vnlises, Carpet sacks, Umbrellas, Ac. Fuoiiman A Co. also keep on hand a full stock of Cloths, and Vestings, and manufac Ulreh clulliuiK lu uidcr, oil nhort notice, at prt ces that will be satisfactory to purchasers. hits warranted. Thankful for the very liberal patronage here tofore extended to us. We ask for a continu ance of it, and beg to assure the public that it win lie our constant, aim, oy ueming iiuuim u bly, lo deserve it. We may be found at the south east corner of Market and Turd ls Uive us a ran. apr 11'58 E. FROHJIAN & CO. J. W. MANDEI,. c. hineman MANDEL Si HINEMAN, MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap i-'A & Candles. Fourth Strcot, between Market & Washington. Steubenville, O 'The highest market price in cash paid for Lard, Grease, and Tallow." April 8, '57 ly. HENLNG "&"KELVIN, W II O L H H A L E D It U GO I S TS Three doors below Jefferson Branch Bank. STKunBNViu.n. rrilF, fiuhser'tbcra have now in store a fine stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuff, Perfumery and Daguer reotype, material, which they are prepared to sell at the lowest market rates. Country merchants are lequeMed to examine our .itock and prices, before purchasing else where, N. 11. lleeswax and Ginseng purchas ed by the subscribers. IIENING ft ilELVIN, dec 2 CUNDR1ES- 0 250 duz Essences Pcpermint and cinnamon 3(i0 " Inks. IfU " Castor Oils, 411 Batcman's Props, for sale by (dec 2' HENINO k MELV1N. 4 GIL MISCELLANEOUS. Pittsburgh, Columbus and Cincinnati (Steubenville & Indiana) - R AIL ROAD . Connections Perfected both East and West Trains run through from Pittsburgh to Columbus QN AND AFTER TUESDAY, Jan 4th, 18.58. Trains will leave Steu bcnville, daily, (Sundays excepted,) as ful lows: iNioirr express train At 5:43 p. m. (stopping at Cadiz Junction and western points! arrives at Columbus at 1:40 a. m Mail 1 rain At 9:45 a. m., (stopping at all intermediate stations,) anivesat 'Jolumbus at 5:20 p. m. Freight Train Leaves Steubenville, at 2:55 a. m., arrives at Columbus at 7:40 a. m. EASTWARD, Nigiit Express Train Leaves Colum bus at 9:55 p. m., arrives at Steubenville, at 4:2u a. m. Mail Train Leaves Columbus 10:30 a. m., arrives at Steubenville 8:48 p. m. Freiout Train Leaves Columbus 6:00 a. m., arrives at Steubenville 10:25 p. m. Cadiz Accommodation Train Leaves Steubenville at 4:55 p. m., arrives at uauiz at o.'UD. weaves uauiz at 7.0U ar rives at Steubcnvillo at 10:15 a. m. CONNECTIONS" WESTWARD. Trains connect at Newark, with the San dusky, Mansfield 4 Newark It. It. for Mt. Vernon, Mansfield, Sandusky, Toledo, Ohica eo. Burlington, Iowa City and the North West. At Columbus, with the Columbus, Fiona A Indiana It. n. lor l iqua, Urbnna, Troy, Belle fontaine, Forrest, Ac. and the Clevcjind A Columbus R, R. for Delaware, Galiou aad Crestline, andXenia, with the Dayton, Xenia A Belpre At Indiana Central R. R.'s lor Springfield Dayton, Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terre LI ante and St. Louis. At Morrow, with the Cincinnati, Wilmington and anesville K. R. for V ashmgton, Circle vino ana Lancaster. At Loveland, with roads to Hillsboro' Ilamden and Portsmouth; and At Cincinnati, with the Ohio ft Mississipp broad cuagoRailrond for Madison.'Louisviile New Albany, Evansville, Vineennes, Cairo, Central Illinois, St. Louis, Jefferson City, Kansas, Nebraska, and all points on tliellli nois, Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. EASTWARD. Trains connect at Steubenville, with th Cleveland A Pittsburgh R. R. for Wheeling Cleveland, Pittsburgh and intermediate points and at Pittsburgh, with the Pennsylvania Railroad for Harrison rcr, Lancaster, f luladel phin, Baltimore, New York, and tho Northern aim I'.rsceni cuius. ICTliaggnge checked through. Fare as low as by any Other Route ! ILTFor Tickets and further information please apply at the Depot, Washington street, to A. 0. 1 akks, Agent. W. W. UAGLEY, Superintended. Lafayette Dlvenny, General Freigh Agent. Ira A. Hutchison, General Ticket Agent. jaii20 1858. NEV SPRING STOCK. Fancy Variety Goods and Notions tCrWllOIKSALK. T IJODERT COCHRAN, at his store on Fourth street, Steubenville, has iust recei ved a large, desirable and general stock Fancy Goods, Variety 'Goods, Jewelry lioldiiml silver Watches, Musi cnl Instruments, &c. Embracing every article in his line, which he is prepared to fell, much lower than formerly, by wholesale. Buyers need not go to Pittsburgh or Wheeli ng with the expectation of buying cheaper stocks. He if prepared to sell a Fraction below Pittsburgh Prices .' Country Merchants, Tedlars and others, will find it to their advantage to rxnminethis new stock, but few larger and better, and none whii'h can be sold cheaper, is to be found ir. the Western country, than is now offered for sale at ROBERT COCHRAN'S Wholesale Notion and Variety Store, Fourth Street, Steubenville. mav 5G,'58. DRY GOODS. SECOND (J E N E li A L STOCK. PEORGE SCOTT & CO., have recei " ved, and are now opening, an unusually large and desirable stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, suitable for the season, and em bracing a full assortment of Housekeeping and Dress Goods ; Millinery Goods, Wliite Goods, Embroideries, Hosiery, etc., all of which have been purchased within tlie past two weeks, in the Enst, and under the most favorable circum stances. To purchasers we would say, that we are now prepared to offer unusual inducements a large stock, tho very best styles, and low prices, to suit hard limes. Call and see our stock and prices, both of which we hope will give satisfaction may 1!), '53-y New, Large, Elegont and Fashionable Siock of Gentlemens' Dress Goods. J. LITTLE, MERCHANT TAILOR. Solth 4th Stbect, Stkubesville, yilO has just received direct from the ' east a beautiful and fashionable assort ment of Gentlemens' Spring and Summer DRESS GOODS, Embracing niBiiy new styles of Gentleman's wear magnificent patterns, cloth, silk, satin, furnitihinc; (roods cenerallv. Hosiery. Ac. and almost every article known to the trade. uouus niHiiuiuciurcu 10 uruer, auu cut accor ding to the Latest and most Approved Fashions. Prices reasonable goods warranted as rep resentedand satisfaction guarantied. For new styles, good goods, neat and fashionable fils, cail at the new Merchant Tailoring esta blishment of J. LITTLE, Fourth helow Market st., Steubenville, Ohio. may I'iSM if How to savo Money. ' T7VERY Gentleman 01 Lady who re quires Medical Aid, will save money and time by consulting Dr. Sies, 1st, because his Remedies are, many of them, new ; sec ondly because he guarantees to give every one an equivalent for their money. Disease of ev ery description treated without the use of Mercury or other poisonous mineral, N. B. Diseases i'f Females, receive particu lar attention. Consultation at the office free; by letter, oue dollar. Medicine put up and sent to any post offico address. Office solth 4lh, street, over McConville s Varioly utore. dee lo-57-y. ; Pit. SIES, W H I T A C RE H 0 U S E . CORNER OF MARKET AND WATKR STREET?, WELLRniLE, OHIO. T. W. WH1TACRE, , (Proprietor.) nnllE PROPRIETOR would respect fully inforur tho traveling public, that the houso formerly Aunt by dipt. Way, is now ccctipird by him. He has recently appropri aled a larce amount of money, and been at great pains, to prepare if, in every respect, for the accommodation of his guests. Ho hopes by strict aliention to business and by antici pating the wants unci wishes of Jus lulluw i tizens, to merit a liberal share of patronage, apr 14,'58-ly I US T RECEIVED 40 Hogsheads N, J O. Sugar, and for sale by una Hi U. T. tlOLLOWAT dC UO. -J O llAIlUKliS Linseed Uil, in store and for salo at the lowest cash price Oil, in by npril 28;.r8. Hemho & Mel via, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1857 II. G. GARRETT 1857. DEALER IN DRY GOODS!! Lower end of the Market House, THIRD STREET. Steubenville, Ohio. Not. 18, 1857. J. & S. COMBS, HAVE TAKEN Ce- jptitg-lblflflJt AT BAYARD STATION, C. P. R. R Meali will be served up on the arrival of Train and at all times when called lor. Also, accom modations for Lodgers and Teams. May 1357 LEGAL NOTICE. OloaOK WEBSTRB WABTIlf ANUBEWS. ANDREWS & WEBSTER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, STEUBENVILLE, O. Office on 4th, three doors south of corner of Market and Fourth streets. Prompt attention given to collections aud all legal Dusiness. march 3. Cmo. J. H. S. TRAIN0R, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Solicitor in Chancery. Office, souih 4th street, Steubenville, O. Jan. 6, 1858. JOBX A. BINGHAM. W. B. LLOYD. BINGHAM & LLOYD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the 'corner of Market and Third streets, oppo site the Uourt tiouse, steubenville, unio. January 1, 1855. R. S.. M00DEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Stcubenyille, "Ohio. Office corner ol Market and Fourth streets, second story. may21 '57 THOMAS MEANS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR at Law. Office' Maiket Street, one door below the Post Omce, Steubenville, 0. dec3I SAMUEL- STOKELT JAMES M. Shane ctTnTTFTV A- QTTAWP JiiuuMiBA iiAvv, win prompt- . m.TWW. vmt-ll . rr, . l.r ... ts attend to all business entrusted to !. Ttr K - .):: tiium, in ociieiBuu aim .110 uujumiiijr coun- tics. Office 111 Kilirore Buildinrs. Mnrknt Street. Steubenville. marl9nollv2 L J, H. MILLER. B. SHEBBABD, JB MILIEU & SHEERARD. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office, Marect Street, oppo site Washington Hall, bteubenville, Ohio nuuipi, Ht'.eiuioii 10 collecting ana securing claims. Agents for obtaining Pensions and county lands. Land Warrauts boucht and !,! V,.IO lur.c 0 BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTOHY 0A. FLOTO, ffAnrn Vnt'nn C. ......... gll f IMAAUil ixvveSK. the subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens of Steubenville that be is engU' gedin the manufacture of Boots and Shoes. and is prepared to supply to order 011 short notice. He keens on hand the best mal nrial. and hopes to be able lo give satisfaction to all wno may i.ivor him with their patron n.'e. april as, '53-ly A. FLOTO. B. F. payne,m7d ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN A.VD FUROEON. OFFICE on North Fourth street, Sieubenville, Ohio. . ut. i ayne win continue as heretofore to eive special attention to tho treatment of chronic ... ....it.ivii, Ul VlilUUIt diseases of the lunirs. stomaeli. liv,.r Jk nn,i I in uihcascs peculiar to lemales. npr21 .ii .i... ...... .. " . . XLAlh iilJAl) SALOON & EATTNfi HOUSE cosiiocton, oiiio. CEO. E, THOMAS Proprietor. OYSTER SALOON. Connected where nil the delicacies of tho season are served npjn style. oct.7tf. ST. CLAIR HOTEL, U J FOBMEBLy F.XCH ANOE hotel, rn r . i n . . . . . wiin ui renii at.iair HIS., PITTSBURGH, Pa. W. C. CONNELLY. Proprietor. April 9,'5C ly BANK EXCHANGE SALOONS. r j'llli UNDERSIGNED, WOULD respectfully inform all to whom it mnv concern, that, his Saloons are i n resdlness for tne reception of guests at all suitable hours JiinnKiui lor tlie very liberal patronage heretofore received, ho hopes by careful atten tion to the accomodation of his guests, still to merit ineir iiivoruiue consideration. MAHKET STKEET nearly oonosito the Jef. son Branch Bank novlStf Proprietor. V. T. HOLLOW AY. i. A. LIPPENCOTT C T. IIOLLOWAY & CO. Successors to FbaziebA Dbenne.v. WHOLESALE GROCERS, FORWARDING & COMMISSION KEEC2ANTS not.21. STEUBENVILLE, 0. Homcropathy the only Reliable Art of Healing. DOCTOR II. L. SOOK, II O M O E 0 P A THIS T Office, corner of Market and Zlh streets STliUBENViLLE, 0. Regular office hours from 9 to JO a. in. and from 1 to 2 p. ra. jan C58 S. L. Sharp Removal. XV IIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL- enn tobacco, snuvf and cigabs, Market St one door above tho Bank, near Fifth Street, aieuocnviue, unto, Ordeers respectfully solicited. . maySG LIVERY! LIVERY II TtflE undcrsighed bavins recently replen -- ished his Livery Stable by an increased nu.nber of Horses Carriages and Uuggies, anu Dy me great improvement of his entire stock, in quality as well as quantity, would most respectfully invite tlie attontion of tho traveling public, and pleasure takenrs, tnero-to. umce and stable on Jail Alley. North of Markot street. auglfJtf 11, M. SHARP. Proprietor I also a good lot of wall, counter and dusting brushes. Henino t& Melvin. npril 29;!5S Dry Goods Cheap for Cash III WM.SPEER, JTAS just received his Fall Stock of Ei Dry Goods, purchased in tho Eastern Cities, uud will sell them low , for cash : Embracing n great variety of Goods for La dies, such asuiessSiiksofllie most approved Styles, Irish Poplins, Cloaks and Cloak velvet. veivei lYiunons, uonnec KiODonB, Head Ures Res, Dress Trimmings.Gloves.Hosiery.Shawls, Delaines, Collars, Embroidery, Fringe of all' widths and colors also a general assortment of Gents Clothing, consisting of Broad-Cloth and Cassimeres, of all colors, and a great variety of Velvet Vest Pattorns, undor Shirts and Drawers, Socks, Cravats, and Handker chiefs of all sorts. WILLIAM Sl'EEIt. oet20-'5titf BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1 S. COURSE! ' 11 ARBER and fashionable luir dresser. Razors set. and all kinds of Surcrical in- slrumenta put in good order. Room under the Mechanics' Savins; Fund, Market st. near ine vvasningron nan, between 3d. ana tni. upriloth. THOMPSON HANNA. & SONS. Paper Manufacturers. Btoubenvtlle, Ohio. January 1 1855 MISCELLANEOUS. A Grain Separator, Smut-Machine and Fannin? Mill, ALL COMBINED IN ONE. MANUFACTUaitD BT A. G. RusssLt A Co., Ravenna, CUio, James SrAna, New Lisbon, Ohio, Conlkt s Shannon, Steubenville, Ohio. WRIGHT & BEANS' PATENT RE voLviKo Screen Grain Separator, SEPARATES AT ONR OFEBATION 1 Chaff and Smut, 2 Rat Manure, Stubhlo tc, 3 Cockle and Chess, 4 Grass Seed, 5 Seed Wheat. It will also clean Clover Seed, Flax-Seed, Rye, Oats ane Timothy. It will clean 30 bushels Vt heat per nour, periectiy clean, lit tor seea, at one opera tinu. Price $28,00. Its form and size is similar to tho old man- ioaed Fanning Mill. OLD FANNING MILLS altered over and refitted, with Separator Ac, for half price, by Con ley dc Shannon, 4th St., near Market, Steifbenville. Farmers in Jefferson and aclioininjj counties having old Eanning Mills, can have tbcm refitted to perform as above and warranted, lor $14, Dy Drioging, or sending mem, in 10 Conley & Shannon by Railroad or River ; freight free to Steubenville. H C. FOOTE, Prop'r of 50 counties in Ohio. Fredericktown, Knox, Co. O. eep8-3m. WM. M'LAuatlUN JNO. H LAUQHLIN. Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory, WM. W'LAUGHLIJN & SUN, Market Strnpt. Stenhenvilln. nnnnsita thn Wnsfc. 11 Street, Steubenville, opposite tho Wash- mgon nan, neep contuHDuy on nanus a gen eral and extensive assortment of SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, CARPET BAGS, TRUNKS, WHIPS, &c, &c Robes, hortd Blankets, new styles : Sleieh bells, girths, nets, &c, all of which they are . 1 , 1 , " preparea 10 sen wnoiesaie or retail. superior siock 01 irunjcs on fiand, to I nUIL.!, Ill, btll.A.I UblVUUIniI 1. UlICLbCU All articles in their line in store, or if ore ferred. made to order. Renairins dona in thn , ' -..i .i .... j . ... Dcsi manner, urimrs suiicilbu, ana satismc lion rendered. WM. M'LAUGHLIN t SON. Steubenville, dec!7, '.IB.-ly. MARBLE lv 8 CORNER OF 4tH AND MARKET 8TREKTS, BTEt'BENTTLLE OHIO. M. MULDOON. CORNER OF FOURTH AND MAR aet Streets, Keeps constantly on hand a large and splendid stocK of all Kinds of mar ble Wore, consisting of Monuments,1. Tomb ana neau stones, marnio juanties Ac. He is prepared to execute every variety of design, in the best possible styl Wors will be done at Eastern nric e. prices, and full snnslaction givci 'ivcnto customers; Steuhenv ille, jan28 '57. WOOD WELL'S .FURNITURE AND CHAIRS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, EH M BRACING every kind of Furniture JLi in Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut Rl'ablef or PARLOUS. CIIAMBERS.and niNriNfi T?nnra Eonal to hut in and at lower prices, every nrticlo made, by hand and warranted. Cabinet Makers supplied with any quantity oi rurniturc ana uamrn, on reasonable terms Hotels and Steamboats furnished at the shortest notice. Warcrooms, Nos. 77 und 79 Third street, Pittsburgh, Pa. febl8 S1YB0LDS Wholesale & Retail Bakery and Con fectionery, Corner of Market and Fifth Streets bTEUBENVUtE, O. 17 E E P S constantly on hand Candies " CakcR, Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Pre- serves, Almonds, and all articles usually kept in mat line. Flour of the best quality wholesale and re IHII. Wcddinsand all kinds of Fancy cakes fur nished on tho thortest notice. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All orders entrusted to my care will be promptly attendid to. anS7,'58-tf L. SExBOLD Ridotto Restaurant and Oyster Saloon Fl A. IKlWERS, would respectfully in IJ lorm the public that she has lemoved from the Norton House, ana is now located on north ltd Street, in the house lately occupied by D. Turuer. She keens constantly on hand for sale Oysters, Surdjnex, and Itefrcsbmeuts ol various kinds. Also Toys and Cigars. All lo be had at rates as low as the sime arti !le9 can tm purchased m the city. J. F. M'CLINTIC, MARKET STREET, I;i'TWi;EN 4TII AND 5TH STEUBENVILLE, T-TAS just received a splendid assort jlj. mens ot goods, consisting of CLOCKS, WATCHES etc JEWELRY, and a good assortment of VARIETY GOODS, Cheaper than the Cheapest ever offered in mis city Also a splendid assortment, of LOOKING ULAbbhS, at I'litsburgu Prices. A good as soriuieni oi . SPECTACLES always on hand. Having mado arrangements with Eastern Merchants lo receive a fresh sup ply monthly, which he will sell wholesale or retail to suit purchasars. Call and see for yourselves. Clocks, Watches and Musical Instruments repaired by an experie heed workman and in alt cases warranted. BDril 2158. 'r JETNA AIR-TIGHT STOVE." A COOKING STOVE designed for x Farmers and hotel-keepers, burning wood and coal, and guarantied lo give sutisfuetion to purchasers. Also, Live Oak Lurre Qvon, iui uurwnir wi,oa ; :ar oi m0 west, nnd Aurora. Tliee stoves are fur superior to nvy yet introduced lor baking and roasting, in re spect to saving furl nnd for durability they are unequalled. Manufactured by A. Eradlcy, Pittsburgh. The subscriber keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Tin Sheet Iron, brass wair.srlf seiiliii.' cans. tn. V wantofanythingin his line will fiave money by civincr him n call. Snout; vnnii -fi kindsof job work done to order and at thelowcst priees. The hii'hest nri.-'Ai nni.l rn,.i.i - and pewter. Store north side of Market three doors west of 4th. ; J. H. LINDSAY, apn 8 57-ly . , . . "pitESII Garden and Flower seeds for 8-!iyn . Henino &; MuivViN. . april 28:58. pERFUMERY.-A Superior assort ment of Colognes, Extracts for the hand kerchief, Hair Oils nnd Pomades, for Mile by oct 2UV58. ' H,nwo A Mxlvin. MACHINERY $C, JJEFJESSON MACHINE WOEZS. WILLIAM KENTON, Manufacturer of hand and slid. TURNING LATHES, 4 STEAM ENGINES. Water Street, Steubenville, O. ' Plan 1 g, Drilling, and Bolt Cutting machines: Shafting and Mill Gearing ; Screv, n for Rolling Mills, and all other purpo ses, up to eighteen feet long if necessary, Cut to order. Machine JOBBING and REPAIRING attend ed to witb promptneis. UTOrders for work solicited, and execut with dispatch. noT 4'57.y Steubenvilla Foundry aud Machine Works Joseph means, James means, jr. VI1M MEANS & BROTHERS, MANUFACTURERS Of STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY, And all kinds of Railroad Work, And every variety of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS. Switches Wrought and cast Frogs Car Wheels, various 1 Mill Gearing for Saw : and Grist Mills, : Shaftings and Pull : eys, : Cast Iron Fronts", : Window caps, sills : and coal Vaults, : Bolts and nuts, cat : and Turnimr. Plan. sizes, Car Pedestals, Car Oil Boxes, bubs, Iron Bridges, Hack Wheels, Coal car Wheels. Threshing Machines. ing, Screw cutting ITrOur facilities for work are not surpassed by any shop in the State, and our stock of Patterns being large, an orders tor the above work will bo filled promptly and in the best manner. Sept. 12-1a 0HI0T07NDRY7 rjllIE UNDERSIGNED would re " Bpectfully inform the public generally that he is carrying on the Foundary business iu nn us various orancues. tie is now manu facturing a large variety of cooking Stoves, W Wit; No. 1, Hartley improved, for coal or wood I " 2, " " " 4, Airtieht. " " 4, Union Large Oven " 9, Aurora " 4, Etna " " 7, Renublic for coal ; for coal or wodff , lor wood; " 3, Improved elevated oven, for eoal f " 7. Buckeye, for coal nr wnnrl Large Buloon coal burner; " Egg church stove; No. 1,2 3, " " 12, Franklin stoves ; " 1, 2, 3 cook stoves; Eight dilfcrent patterns of Arch Grates , Four Cast Fenders; Wagon boxes, wholesale or retail; Plow Points, of all the different pa'tterns ; No. 5, Patent Lever Plow castings ; Three sizes cooking Grates, Casings made to order on the shortest n. tics. All of which will be sold at reduced priees 1LTI am also carrying on in connection with the above the Tin and Copper Business. HJ" Wareroom, Market street, below the Bank.Steubeuville, Ohio. oct22-ly. WILLIAM L. SHARP. FALL STOCK ! FALLSTOCKl Muckering & Son'a Piano Fortes. JOHN II. MELLOR has just received acomplelo stock of Piano Fortes, from tho manufactory of Chickcring t Sons, selected for Fall Sales, consisting of thirty-five new nnd splendid instruments of every variety and style manufactured by the Messrs. Ohick erings, Boston, from the plainest six octavo to the most splendidly finished seven octavo square piano fortes, as well as their superb and inimitable Grand und Parlor Grnnd Piano. Every Piano Forte in this lot, is of their pew scale, with their Patent Iron Frames and Patent action, and are not only wnrranted to tho purchaser by tho manufacturer, but by the subscriber, to be in all respects as perfect as instruments can be 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 Chickcring & Sons. Boston, for Pittsburg and Western Pennsylvania. Oct 7 tf. TRAVELERS' HOTEL. WILLIAM 13. ROWLAND, 11TOULD inform his friends and the pub " ' lie, that he has receutly removed from his former location to the Old Armstrong Stand,' on Water st. Where he is prepared to accommodate his pntrons, 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 10'58-ly. HOLLO WAY& CO ' HAS JUST RECEIVED 200 BHa Pomci roy Salt. 11)0 N. 0. Molasses. 50 100 Golden Syrup, ' Utica Lime, C. T HOLLOWAY. April 8. Dry Goods Groceries, Queensware &o- TJAVING RECENTLY replenished my stock of Goods, I desire to say to my former patrons, and to the public generally, Unit I have now, and intend to keep constant ly on hand, a good supply of the various arti cles usually kept in grocery stores J together with a supply of DOMESTIC GOODS. All of which will be sold at reasonable priceir; 1 have at this time, Flour of a superior brand, by the barrel or less, to suit purchas ers. South Third Street, lower end of the market house, Steubenville, 0. apr 1458. LEWIS ANDERSON. STEUBENVILLE MUSIC STORE. piANO FORTES from the most ceM brated manufactories of New York, and Boston, will bo sold cheaper than the sarao quality of instruments can be purchased at on uiiiur siore inissiuooi inose ciiios. fori Sons desirous of obtaining a FIRST CLASS PIANO, or one less pretending can find such here. MELODEONS, of various styles and cizes, varying in prico from $45, to $375. Organ Melodeons for Churches. Also SMALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, SHEET MUSIO, INSTRUCTION BOOKS, fcfj., &C. At Wholesale and Retail. Chert Music sent by mail, pro-paid upon re ceipt of the published prices. My motto being small profits nnd quick sales, I will not bo undersold. Orders respectfully solicited. N.JONES, Rooms under Kilgore's New Hall, Market St., Steuben ville, Ohio, . npril 28:58-tf. 1357." Spring StockT "1857 'IK RAGS OF COFFEE, 1 u 200 boxes of Tobacco, assorted 20 Kegs of Twist, . 150 Half Chests Teas, assorted. '140 lloxos Starch. ' . Also Sugars, Molasses, Fish Salt, Spicew Wooden Ware, Oils, Nails, Glass, 4cc, to which we most respectfully Jnvit the attention of Dealers, mar; 13 C. T. IIOLLOWAY & CO. ARTISTS COLORS. A new stock Just received, containing also a good aupj ply of brushes, Drying Oil and canvass, oct 20-'58. HENINO & MELVIN.