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utTPersons desiring the publication of the marriage or death of any of their friends or connections in the columns of our paper will lie accommodated by handing the copy of such notice in by Monday evening. Fulton's Patent Coal Oil Lamps. . Can now be had at Miller's Drug Store, also Patent shades, Chimneys, Chimuey brushes, Wicks Ac. Refined Coal Oil always on hand. Tou will also find at the same place, brushes of all kinds in great variety say, plain and fancy dusters, horse, flesh and scrub brushes ; white wash, shoe, hair, cloth, hat, paint sod Tarnish brushes, also printer's lye brushes. The celebrated Magic Oil for Rhumatism, Tooth-ache 4c, for sale by dec.8,'58. M.L. MILLFR. Have You Skkm Tuem f That Biiperb en- raving, -'The Village Blacksmith," and the eautiful Art Journal, which are furnished to subscribers of the Cosmopolitan Art Associa tion, can now be seen at Sage's Bookstore, for a short time only. See advertisement else where headed New Features. (gj- The Pittsburgh True Press and Cincinnati Commercial, received and for sale every day, by Lewis & Foster. Also all the late periodicals. To Correspondents. Our fair correspondent "India B,." writes tolerably well, but the theme is too common-place, and the scene too local; together with the sparsenesg of original thought, to be sufficiently interesting io the general reader. The production of "Enna," is too stale for publication. "J. H." would perhaps llo well to write one more ''Romance," and then quit, without letting either the first or se cond come to light. "N.," is an excellent scribe, and would make a much better writing master than author. If we have leisure to re-writo the man uscript of ('W.," it shall have a place in our next issue. It contains some fine original thoughts, but the writing is mis erably bad. Six weeks at a writing school, would be time well spent. Festival. The ladies of the Protest ant Episcopal Church, propose having a festival on to-moirow night, in Ki'gore Hall. The object is to raise money to re-pair and re furnish their church. The members of that communion have made no call on our community, (or pecuniary aid, for the last six or seven years, whilst they have liberally patronized other chur ches. Now that an opportunity is pre sented for tho members of other churches to show their hands, we hope it will be done in a manner which will at once be liberal and just. The object is praise worthy. All are cordially invited. We hope to see a full attendance of liberal guests. No church in our city, is more worthy of a favorable consideration. Ed. 3rSee advertisement of II. G. Gar rett, in another column, and also that of Froiihan & Co. These gentlemen have most splendid stocks of goods in their different lines. If jou want Ready Made Clothing, call at Froh man's, and if ladies or gentlemen wish to purchase any arti cle in the Dry Goods' line, they can't do better than to call at Garrett's first class store. G. Scott & Co., have the richest vari ety of Fancy Goods, ever before brought to this market. It is useless to invite ladies to call, for it is impossible to keep them away. The attractions are perfect ly irresistible. The Albany Knickerbocker cautions four black cats that are continually serena ding in the back shed, that there is a sausage shop two doors to the right. GREAT ATTRACTION ON 3D. STREET! FRESH ARRIVAL OF FALL im WINTER DRY GOODS. II. G. GARRETT, TTas received, direct from Philadelphia, and has opened at his old stand. Third "---street, an unusually larco and extraordinary cheap stock of Dry Goods, which for style and quality, are not -to he surpassed, if equalled, in Steubenville, consisting in part of a large aud elegant assortment of Rich, Fancy Dress Silks, Rich black silk, figured and striped, rich plain black silks, rich fancy silks of the newest styles,' rich printed Bareges, rich organdie Lawns, Challies, Crape de Espanees, Lawns, Chinttes, etc. ' . SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS,' Droche bordered Stella Shawls, printed bordered Stella Shawls, Canton crape Shawls. NEEDLEWORK, Handsome sett Collar and Sleeves very .rich real French work Collars, embroidered linen Iiaildkerchkf8. incouet and Swiss tiliiiiis.liiKerfcinffn nnrl flnnnintioa WII1TH (JOODS Piquet Cloth lor Basques, Collars nod Sleeves, French and English Brilliauts, Jaconets, naitsooks, Mulls, Swiss. Victoria Lawns,, etc, plum, plaid, striped and figured. HOSIERY, A. full and complete assortment. BONNETS. English Straw Bonnets, Ribbous and Flowers of the latest spring styles. GOODS FOR MEN & BOYS WEAR, Black, Blue, Green, Drab and Olive Cloths and Cashmeretts, plaid, plain and striped Cassi meres, Tweeds, Merino, Nankioett, Cassimeres, pant stuffs, etc. DOMESTICS. The largest stock in town Merrimac and Cocheco prints, bleached Muslins, unbleached Sheetings, etc. As tho above goods were purchased at money panic and commercial pressure prices and also embrace a large stock to select from persons wishing to buy good, cheap, fash ionable aud substantial goods, will follow the crowd and go to GARRETT'S, dec .8,58 LOCAL BUSINESS NOTICES. ICpWhen the American Colonies shook off the Government of Great Britain, and adopted a liberal form of National policy, ihe civilized woi Id enquired, " what has been the cause of this great revolution ?" he answer was, "Taxation without Re presentation ;" and the world was satis fied with the answer. When the inquiry is now made, "why is it, that during the; great pressure of the times, when one large firm after another is being driven to the wall, Frohman & Co., still continue to do a flourishing business in their ex tensive Clothing Establishment on the corner of 3d and Market Streets V The answer is, "They have a large and well selectod stock of Ready Made Clothing, and sell remarkably cheap.'' The answer is satisfactory, and all flock to Frohman's wiih the exception of those who are so unwiso as to slay away make their pur chases, and return home satisfied with their bargains. The people are delighted, Frohman feels comfortable, and everything moves on harmoniously. Fresh Arrival. Thomas Gorsvch has just received a fresh supply of the best Cincinnati, Buck eye and Hopedale brands of Flour j also, Rye, Buckwheat and Unbolted FJour; Corn Meal, Corn, Oats, and a good as sortment of Mill-Feed, which he is pre- ared to sell at reduced prices. Persons wanting to purchase anything in his line would consult their own interests, by giving him a call. Market Street, above Sixth Steubenville, Ohio. SPECIAL NOTICES. Ohio State and Union Law College. THIS 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 Cleveland M. A. KING, dec 23,'57-y Secretarv STEUBENVILLE RETAIL MARKET. True American Office, Steubenville, Dec. 8 Flour, extra, Dbl 6,00 do Superfine, "oh 5 Butter, eood table, B U Cheese, new milk, $ lb lijo Efirs. 18 doz Beef, by the quarter, 5,607,00 fresh, ffilb S&tVi corned " " 89c " dried " " 18c Pork, ft 78c " salted, ft lUc Hams. 19 ft... . 12M " sugar cured 10c Shoulders and Sides lU12c Veal, W ft. 07c Mutton f ft 58c Lamb quarter..... 5075c Lard Wft... 1212c Chicken s, each , 1 5 1 8c Wood, per cord,. $22,50 Sugar, brown, JJ ft 10c " crushed, ft 15c Coffee, old Java, ft 18c ' Rio . " 14c lea, young hyson, $ ft 50c8 black, oolonar 50(375c CLOT ill N G I CLOTHING! E. FROHMAN & CO., RESPECTFULLY inform their friends aud the public generally that their new Btnlr f r.lotliinir for the Faia ano Winter Trade, manufactured forthe Steubenville mar int. At their wtinlpnnla 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 Hnt and Cans for men and bovs. handker chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts, and a full stock of Furnishing Ooods, Trunks, valises flnmet sacks. Umbrellas, &c. Fbodmam A Co. also keep on hand a full stock of Cloths, and vestings, and manuiac lures clothine to order, on short notice, at pri ces that will be satisfactory to purchasers. Fits warranted. Thankful for the very liboral patron age here tofore extended to us. We ask for a continu ance of it, and beg to assure the public that it will be our constant aim, by dealing honora bly, to deserve it. Wi may be found at the south east corner of Market and Third rts Give us a call, dec 8-'58 E. FROHMAN As CO. Howard Association, Philadelphia. We commend to the attention of our read ers, with much confidence, the announce ment of this well known bevevolent Insti tution, in our advertising columns. Tbe managers aro very prompt in all their bu siness transactions, and ws have no doubt that persons applying to the institution for medical aid, will obtain judicious and skil ul treatment. HOWARD ASSOCIATION PHILADELPHIA. A Benevolent Institution, established by spe cial enuowmenc tor uie reuet ot the sick and distressed, afflicted with Viru lent and Epidemic diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction of human life, caused by Sexual diseases, and the de ceptions practised upon the unfortunate vie- ms ot such diseases by Quacks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon as a Charitable Act worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment ot this class of diseases, in all their forms, and to give medical Advice Uratis.to all who apply by letters, with a description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, occ.j ano in cases ot extreme poverty, to Furnish Medicines Free of Charge. It is needless to add that tho Association com mands the highest Medical skill of the age, and will furnish the most approved modern reatment. The Directors of the Association, in their annual Report upon the treatmont of Sexual Diseases, for the year ending Jan uary 1st, 1658, express the highest satis faction with the success which has attend ed the laborsjof the Consulting Surgeon in tho cure of Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weak ness. Impotence, Uonorrhma, Gleet, Syph ilis, the vice of Onanism or Self-abuse.'&c, and order a continuance of the same plan for the ensuing year. 1 he Uuectors, on a review of the past.foel assured that their labors in this sphere of benevolent etlort, have been of great ben efit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote themsel ves, with renewed zeal, to this very im portant and much despised cause. An admirable Report on Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weakness,the Vice of Onanism, Masturbation or self-abuse, and other dis eases of the sexual Organs, by the Consult- inrsurreon, will be sent by man. (in a sealed envelope,) FREE of Charge, on re ceipt of TWO STAMPS for postage. Oth er Reports and Tracts on the nature and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, &c, are constantly being published for gratuit ous distribution, and will be sent to the afflicted. Some of the new remedies and metnods of treatment discovered during the Inst year are of great valuo. Address, tor report or treatment, Dr. George It. Calhoun, Consulting surgeon, Howard Association, No 2, south Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Uy order of the Directors. EZRA P. HEARTWELL, President. George Fairchild, secretary oct 13,'58-ly grFor the special advantage of all concerned, we give general notice, that Benjamin Pearce, keeps constantly on and, and for sale, Flour of the very best Quality, Cincinnati brand, at wholesale and retail. We have tried it and there fore speak advisedly. North 3d Street, Steubenville. iSrSee advertisement of Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigiirator. BuyAvEtt's Ague Cure for Intermittens Aver'8 Cherry Pectoral for CoughB and Ayer's Pilib for all purposes of a Fa mily Physic. For sale by Hening As Mel vin. Fall Goods just received and now opening. GEORGE SCOTT &CO., are now opening their first supply of Fall Goods purchased in the Eastern cities, for Cash. Embracing a great variety of seasonable Dress Goods, Black and Fancy Silks Robes do Chevne, Robes a Lez, Robes a duilie, printed and plain D'Lains, Meiin oes, Chintz. American, French, and Eng' lish Calicoes, Shawls in great variety. A very large stock of Millinery Goods, and Trimmings of the newest Btyles, including Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Satins and Velvets, Head dresses, &c. &c. Also Vel vet Ribbons and Fringes, of all widths. Steubenville, Sept. l.r)th '58. Q-Nolico is hereby given, to all to whom it mav concern, that Jones Hoff- mayer, is now in the receipt of one of the largest, and best stocks of Ready-Made Clothing ever brought to this market. Persons therefore, wishing to provide against the approaching inclement sason as also those who desire a good Fall suit would greatly promote their comfort by giving him a call. SADDLERY. REMOVAL. JOHN N. MYERS, begs leave to inform the public, that he has removed his estab lishment, tor me manuiaciure oi Saddlery, Harness, Upholstery, &c, To the North-West corner of Market and Fourth streets, in the room recently occupied by Q. H. Glasgow, where he is prepared to furnish his former patrons, ana tnepuono in - . V .. L. ... ln -I 1. r .11 AbtlnU. in geuerai, wuu uen.ei obuun u, an uiwcg his line than heretofore, and .Wat reduced ', sep29:tf prices. lETRemomber th0 place; JOHN F. OLIVER, A TTORNE Y JIT LAW, Stkuuenville, Ohio. OFFICE, on Market street, immediately v opposite the Jeflcrpon ijrancn joanK. pov,3 '58;tf, Delinquent Tax List for 1858. . i . m . TIIE FOLLOWING- is a list of Delinquent Lands and Town Lota in Jefferson County, State of Ohio, returned, by John Mo Adams, Treasurer of said County, on which the Taxes for the year 1857 are not paid, and which are not yet paid, and to wuish are added the penalty of thirty per cent., and the simple lax or loss. STEUBENVILLE TOWNSHIP. OWMK118 NAMES. Bo ril Jam.........,.........s.- Mate Beattjr Charles C pmtt Flecker Uornsllua..... HolttiD J L ..MM... .-.... flHKan Jonathan. McDonald William ..- Moroland i U'a twin...... Merritt K aamtt Roberta Matthew.- Smith Jabei -.... 1 VauJyne Jain eg... .' - 1 Viera Jeaie.lS , 1 S3 S3 2. 2813. sa 811 23 30 SO , 2531 2531 36 85 . 84 80 wbat pakt or aso. part south K part north pal aouth H part north K part weft ! part waat part south S part north x part south X lorth wast of north part north eut part aouth W part eaat part north east part westX MO ACRJLt, TAllU TAX.IllJtPSR. DOLLS. D. 0. M. SO Hi 6970 17 3 63 0 6H 204 10 96 9 104 4023 111 31 6 l 84 S U 6 3 1800 71 83 T 10 1120 28 21 8 2V 925 49 69 4 3 112 2 82 eatt ' 20 1341 33 83 8 10 672 7 0 93 3 17 X 83 20 73 0 1)2 360 IS 80 6 IX 808 7 76 1 U 450 U 17 T ISLAND CREEK TOWNSHIP. Coulter Richard' a heiia.. Oarman Jahlel H CunninRham John K. talk Joseph Henry Thomas Henry 8un. ........ ......... Harriron Joshua Nixon John. , U'Halrn Michael Shane Joseph........ Ware Uiram. ........ ......... 20 24 12 6 6 6 29 11 11 28 U part part part part part part part part parti part part aouth weat south east weat X north east north east north east aouth X north went north west south west l0 33 300 46 113 103'i 8371 1344 690 6376 412 026 4570 620 454 22 S3 13 41 19 83 8 7n S3 61 6 40 81 46 t7 43 11 61 8 69 92 8 17 KNOX TOWNSHIP. Barcua William Conn Samuel S , Cooper Henry M Hamilton Ueorse D., Phil lips Alexander... Bailsman Jefferson 2 part eaat X pait north east part middle part middle part south west part north west SALINE TOWNSHIP. BoydDaTkl 2 8 Dunlap Alexander's neira 2 8 Maple Josiub 2 9 Morse Alpha 4 Stanton Erastus U 2 9 same - 2 9 Polar Iron Co., New Yoik 2 8 Pervis James .... 2 9 Bailsman Jefferson 't 8 Bhelby lsaao Jr 2 0 Vandyke Peter 2 8 Williams DaWd Jr- 2 9 5 part north east 6 part south west 31 aouth west of south west 26 aouth Y. and pt north X 25 pt north K north west 18 part north west 25 part west X 35 west X of west X 32 part north eaat 36 part south west 31 south east of south west 81 X 100 11 6 100 41 9 ll.'" 36 6ollJ$ MX 166 145 144 UX 36 1005 806 810 162 3718 148 80 62 81 2526 180 1620 1390 2710 800 . 277 80 BRUSH CREEK TOWNSHIP. White Timothy. 3 11 SO east X of weat X ROSS TOWNSHIP. iiiX 1670 25 CO 8 Elliott Stephen tmr iioDui Lee Thomas ., Paltsiuan Jefferson.. Wiles John U' heirs. Harrison Joshua.. 3 11 8 11 3 11 8 11 3 U part north wept west X south west aouth west of north east east X south eaut vest X northwest IK 79 40 K0 80 202 796 lso 12S2 1076 3 05 12 05 2 83 10 11 10 28 . . . SALEM TOWNSHIP. OWNIHS' NAMK8 In loU. Out. What tow or Addition-Whole or Part. Taint. Taxes, le. BelU Adam 3 10 Parsons Mary 3 In Roberts William 3 10 Stewart Adam 3 lo Williamson Margaret 3 10 Doattr Tho A ft John McK Im uran David Golitninn Richard.. Davis Robert Fisher Francis Green Peter Boyuolda Kdward. THE LIVES INVIGORATOR. PREPARED BY DR. SAN FORD, Compounded Entirely from GUMS, S ONE OF THE BEST PURGA TIVE and LIVER MEDICINES now be fore the public These GUMS re-. move all morbid or bad matter from the system, sunrjlvine in their place a healthy flow of hile, invigor ating; tlie Stomach, causing food to di gest well, PURIFYING the blood, giving tone and health to the whole machinery, re moving the cause oi the disease effect ing a radical cure. Billious attacks are cured, and, what is better, prevented, by the occasional use of the Liver Invigora tor. Only one dose ta Ivnn tnnva Walitund ! ftOU umuio icmiiic, prevents the NIGHT-1 MARE. 1 Only one dose ta-i ben at nigut iosens the bowels gently, and cures .Costive-! One dose taken af ter each '.meal will CUreDTSPKFSIA. One dose of two tea spoonsful will al wnyg relieve feiuh.' HEADAOuK. Only one dose ira mediately relieves Colic, while One dose often re peated is a sure cure for Cooleba Morbus, and a preventive of Uliolera. Only one bottle is necessary to throw out of the system the effects of medicine after a long sickness One bottle taken for Jaundice removes all sallowness or un natural color from the skin. One dose taken short time before eat ing gives vigor to the appetite and makes the looa digestwell. One dose olten re peated, cures Chron io Diarhcea m its worst form, while Sum mkb and Bowel Complaints yield al most to the first dose A few bottles will cure Daopsr by ex citing the absorb' ents, We take pleasure in recommending the medicine as a preven tive lor ravEB and Ague, Chill Fives and all Fevers ofja iduxioubTtpk. If op erates with certainty and thousands are willing to testify es its wonderful yirtuto All who use it are giving their unani mous testimony mils favor. Mix water in tbe mouth with tbe In vigorntor and swallow both togetber. PRICE ONE DOLLAR per BOTTLE, DR. SANFORD, Proprietor, No. 345, Broad way, New York. Retailed bv all DrueeistB. Sold also by Henino & Melvin, & M. L. Miller, Steubenville, 0. and J. C. WRIGHT, Knoxville, 0. june 23'58:ly SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP. .... 12 7 north of south east 80 633 7 C2 0 SALEM TOWNSHIP. pt n n w cor north eat centra part south vest part north east uutth east east part WAYNE TOWNSHIP, part north west ' north east " north east " north east " aouth eait aouth west north a east side SMITIIFIELD TOWNSHIP. .tohnaon William 3 8 11 Lyona.lames haira 3 8 86 same 8 8 35 McCance George 3 8 8 aee plot south east part north east see plot MOUNT PLEASANT TOWNSHIP. Duck Watson 8 7 17 aeepbt unwortn ueorge w 8 7 11 part west X Same A T 11 onnlh aid Harnea Thomas 8 7 28 " west X uuuerwoou iiounson r 3 7 17 " aouth west WARREN TOWNSHIP. BarlesaJS . o l 121718 nln llrindly Henry- '. 2 5 7 pt north J same... 2 6 1 pt north west Prake Wm ft Hrindlar T 2 6 2 8 see plot Hutchison Joslah.. 2 4 22 pt aoutb west Ncel William.... 2 rj Beeplot Sholmon Joieph 2 4 1723 do Turner William . 2 6 31 do 4 4 116 122 109 66 WX 12 m vnx 30 77 X MX 139 10 &x 224 2M 84 358 lb 20 1776 2940 878 8S3 101 377 C163 147 3092 1110 1562 140 1500 392 84 78 7517 106 2KU2 39 12ft 1 167 8 112 2 314 4 1H10 41 370 6 WELLS TOWNSHIP. Tlanen J ft J... Oliver Henry Jr., ncarr mcnaru Vauosdol! Cornelius. ..... 2 same a Winters Wilson ..." a 1 29 Including Perry Bight 6 28 pt east bal f 1 29 pt north eaat 5 5 pt north east 6 11 pt aouth east 6 6 east), 13 4 17 10 16 4480 bb'l 424 22H 168 168 CROSS CREEK TOWNSHIP. Hurrisa Fanander j lloyd James' heirs a Buchanan Jamea o Cole William S Dougherty Thomas a K'lie John a Fisher Joshua... a Uraoy Joseph 3 same ... a Merrrman James 0 o Orr Johnston 2 same a Rlne James- J same a Tomllnson Joseph a same n 2 Williams Obajlah J ..... 0 10 part aouth west cor 83 ' aouth wost cor 6 north wost 34 north east 18 north west 17 east X 18 ' north west 2 " south X 1 north centra 7 " south weat 17 east 13 aouth east cor 14 west X west centre 20 eaat X eut centre 8 pt east X 2 pt north west west 6 pt aouth eaat aouth 10 C! iX 183 30'' 2 122 & 60 60 221 WX 4 221 874 125 4110 120 1(W 3 810 UO ?4CT 092 660 803 1400 10D4 1210 4050 115 655 15 170 3 6 20 2 TO"WW LOTS STEUBENVILLE TOWNSHIP. Baker Anthony Crew Benry una Oarlinger Thnmaa Myers John same same Porter Oharles Perelval Clariasa Kuwait Adam tame Wright Eliaa Ann same same Blackburn Thomaa funaton John 1) jaine Freeburn Joseph Jamee Samuel B Liudaey oamuel same same same same same same same Ross John Heirs Ulaaaner Ann ft Garrett Patterson Alexander 8 ton John Hervey John Crlppen Henry same McQrew Joseph B Dilworth George W same same aame Uogne William Mitchell Vincent Mitchell Thomas Mitchell N M ft H'ch'l J same same same same . rame sauia Robtnpon Sampson's hra fcott John liackaday Benjamin B Dawson William T Houston Jamea B Haynes John Humphrey David Br. Ilulllarael Lceper John same Sana Mt.Pleas branch of the tit. Dank ol'uhlo Chaproau Aaron cina flu up Spenoe Luvozler Cox Lyman Miller Bamael J leulIJames same Hlpsley Bolomon Fahnestock Ilcury W Fellows Charles Merryman James 0 PoiliDDB Wm II Quiilan Wil Ham D omita Alexander CheOy'a add to llchaood , JUobmond do Shelley's adJItlon itlchmood do do Shs ley's addition Richmond IUcbmond do Richmond do do Fairfield Springfield do . Springfield . do BprioKfleld do do do do do do do Springfield Salem W ft H's addition W ft U'f audition WAYNE TOWNSHIP. I BloomBeM whole SMITIIFIELD TOWNSHIP. ?J Cart"! add to BmltbBehl part " do mtnestj, 21 do whole MOUNT PLEASANT TOWNSHIP. 81 II 6 82 (2 J? 2 II 16 43 46 76 S3 84 SO its 30 41 42 44 10 61 68 33 30 whoU 134 1 TS f whole 202 4 1J . do 7H4 H 02 i . fraction Vl TO . 4 whole 6 1 14 6 . do 168 - i -4 ' d 46 92 0 , whole 2-24 4 67 T ' whole - I8 4 00 - Whole. 140 2 : 6 I do 86 MM I . whole 46 62 0 do " 2)i0 . 12 i , at 202 4 12 8 whole Hi 2 24 7 X 42 84 2 ' J, 75 I 60 4 . whole W ' 1 80 4 do 604 B 81 t 3 Whole t-1 18 48 8 do 1A8 S 86- B ' do 40 . 80 1 , do 90 I 80 6 do 280 I ft -i do 40 80 . i do 40 80 I -; east part Kaore 46 M I whole m- 8 37 0 whole 392 J 26 S aere 600 II M 4 aore W t 250 ' 07 72 74 149 168 D'J 24 144 13 62 M 67 209 210 145 138 41 i 69 44 43 62 3 30 ill lit Pleasant do Carother'a add do Carother's add Mt f leasant Carother's add Mt Pleasant do do do pniworth'a add do Carother'a add Carother'a add Jit Pleasant Trenton whole do do do eaat K west side weat). Mt X whole whole whole whole whole eeutni whole west X tutX 134 66 420 m 660 600 84 123 600 112 112 112 34 66 112 134 90 224 ICS W 8MB I 48 1 II 31 4 8 II U 8 II 04 04 67 42 04 W 20 20 66 10 20 64 77 41 31 63 i it S a w i WARREN TOWNSHIP. 12 CO 40 29 23 0 62 60 49 Teala add to Warrenton whole 420 6 02 0 Warrenton whole 660 T 91 0 Warrenton Fraction 168 2 37 8 Teals addition whole 448 8 83 0 Warrenton 6-6 46 66 0 Warrenton whole 476 8 7 2 8 do do 66 It I do de 46 63 0 Teala addition whole 392 6 03 8 Tiltoneviile whole 224 t 13 7 Tiltonaville whole 4a I 03 2 TiltOBSTille Whole 140 3 84 8 WELLS TOWNSHIP. Lagrange Lagrange do do whole whole whole 262 8 35 114 1 46 71 8 90 0 66 0 60 2 OWNERS' NAMES PILOTS. OUT wrut TOWS OB ADDITTiK. wqolb or part. VALUE. TAXIS. AO ..MM...... Beatty ft Steelman same same Boyd Jamea Beatty Joseph'a heirs Butler Klenor Bair William Brady John- Collins Thomas' heirs..... Curfman Adam Conn Robert L's heirs.... Dudley John..... Fogg Jane aame Qllbuns Jane's heirs....... Uray John rV.. same 0111 Ilenry'sbelr . ... Hull David.. same Hull WillWm L - llalns Martha M Johnon D. H Kirkman Kaehariah., Laiblln A. W. Mclluire Mary Ann McKenney Thomas' heirs alalhnr DftvIS - MoUeth Peter's heirs. 4 6 0 . 217 .406406 .. 171 . 110 78 0 108 17 18 100 441 13 80 4H7 41,8 360 36 467 9 3 11 118 42 14 Steubenville. Robs' 2d addition do do Lucas' sub division BteuhenvIHe Boas' first addition Steubenville Bteubenvtlle Steubenville McConnell ft Hells' addition Urar's addition Steubenville Stokely's addition do Steubenville Hurray's addition Armstrong ft Cray's addition Rosa' seoond addition Dickenson's addition do Wells' addltlen Boss' second addition Hick en win's addition whole do do i whole 60 by 69 feat 40 by 120 feot south west X whole east X whole 47 by 100 feet whole whole north X north X whole 44br72),ft aouin i HOLTOIJ HOUSE. Newark, Licking County, Ohio. TTIIE 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 respect a first class Hotel. The Holton House will be open forthe reception of guests on the first of December, 1858, with a charactor that will merit pub lio favor. J. L. HOLTON. nov ?4'58-ly Manly Joshua. 220 Murray Ann Martin filiiabeth NioholHon John IS same - Nicholson Andrew's lira. same.H Priest Francis A.. ......... Prlsby Jacob Parrold Francis Patterson JohnS.. Stewart A M , Smith Michael Ehuinan Klisa J ano aame Taylor James. Teall Jamee r same. .............. .. same'. Tangart William Teal! t'lmrod Willis William D.. Wilkin David........ same Workman James.,... Yarnall Margaret... 97 60 8;0 361 3'2 369 8 I 336 308 361 18 170 170 82 1 B 01 91 2 263 89 8 9 6 104 McMurrav's addition Anderson ft I'onaldson add Alike wuaonelada Steubenville Boss' second addition Orr's addition btiubenville Steubonvllle Wallace's addition Wells' addition do Wells' addition do Wallace's addition Rosa' second addition Viera' addition Boss' first addition Wells addition Urar's addition Steubnnvillle do Oraya' addition . McMurray'e addition Stenbenvllle Steubenville Orrs' addition Carroll ft Kelt's addditlon tiray's addition Orr's addition do MoLanghlln addition Bteubenville whole do whole south X whole 910 of V of aside aoutn 71 27 feet north south X north X whole 0f 20 by 180 ft south X 80 feot whole I do I whole do whole west X whole whole whole whole part 80 by 30 feet whole X north side X of south X 64-66 of V. of s X whole whole 40 by 60 feet whole do whole X of south X 170O 91 S3 3 200 10 74 6 ilib 200 12 6 425 22 KJ 4 16O0 80 68 8 8000 161 17 6 800 10 11 8 226 12 08 8 300 16 11 8 1360 72 62 8 600 28 86 8 300 13 11 6 200 10 74 6 66 3 00 9 276 14 77 6 660 34 92 8: 600 82 23 6 400 21 49 0 660 80 23 1 lOOO 64 07 6 170 B 13 I 600 27 24 2 200 II 26 6 426 23 48 0 400 21 49 0 .300 16 II 8 100 6 87 I H60 46 CO 4 600 26 80 8 1260 67 15 S 600 20 86 2 600 24 86 2 475 25 62 0 8f0 18 80 6 260 13 43 I MOO 65 96 0 360 18 80 3 260 13 42 0 2376 127 (9 6 125 6 71 6 400 21 49 0 76 4 03 0 (0 2 68 7 844 18 48 0 626 28 20 6 700 87 60 B 460 24 17 0 300 10 II 8 12D0 64 47 0 662 28 20 6 600 82 23 6 KNOX TOWNSHIP. Bowles Joseph... aame Blsaell John .. same Conn Samuel.... Oliver J F Heed Kobt ................... same ........ ..m...... Thomas Alexander........ Hamilton U vol tie 86 Newbnrgh whole 224 8 47 6 37 do do 40 62 0 12 do do 17 77 8 II do do 17 78 I 84 do do 448 8 94 B 18 de 1-9 44 70 8 81 do Whole 89 Oi B 83 do do 64 90 I 81 do do 89 . 60 8 2 Cornell's add to Knoivllle do 280 4 84 8 CROSS CREEK TOWNSHIP. 11 13 12 40 17 16 36 Wlntersrille New Alexandria do do Datons addition do New.AlexandriSj whole whole wnole whole whole whole whole 224 280 196 41 262 140 134 21 62 66 04 86 2d 12 Auditor's Office, Jefferson County. 3. 5 November 29, 1858. TVOTICE is hereby given that the whole of the several tracts of Land snd Town uw bvutuiucu JU Lilt: aoove list, or au Uiuvu Ul cauu us will im uetcaaaiv w iuu Taxes, 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 tne luth day ot January, 1859, by tbe Treasurer of said county, unless the laxes, Interest and Penalty be paid before that time. The bidder who will pay the Taxes, c, mr me least portion ot any tract or lot to be tbe purchaser. bale to commence at 10 o clock, A. lu., of said day, and continue troro day to ay until all are sold or offered for sale. J. S. LOWE, Auditor's Office, Steubenville, Dec. 1, 1858. Auditor Jeff. Connty. NOW IS THE TIME TOE BiRGAINS AT SCOTT'S CITY JMHOE STORE. Opposite the Washington Hall, MARKET STREET, STEUBENVILLE, OHIO. A complete assortment of HOME MADE BOOTS SHOES, suitable for .Fall and Win ter trade, now on hand and for sale, Wholesale and Retail. jKTAU kinds of work made to order. nov 24.3m I). SCOTT DRY GOODS ! DRY GOODS I ! A. J. TIM& CO. THE UNDERSIGNED have now on hand a large and general stock of Foreign auu whig ot w si j uuuui) ouiwuiv ivt mi a'v ii m w rt vuiui aviug VTCijr HOW CtUU desirable style of Ladies' Dress Goods, IDWe name in part si nam rench Merinos, Fig'd " Paramatta Cloths, r igured Cashmeres, Robes a Laze, Bayadere Valencias, Fiorina Lustre, Mcrins Robes a Quille, Plaid Armenian, Persian Twills, Traviata Plaids, Plain Al. de Laines, Fig'd " " Plaid Bayadere Twills. ALSO A LARGE 4ND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF SHAWLS. Broche Loner, Square, Fancy Cloaks, Mantillct Shawls, Pens' anpbr Bay Stale Long, " Square, Silk Border Stella, Plush Border Stella, Acc.,4oi imtr mil In cloths. Plain and Fancy cassimeres, SatinetUi, Tweeds, Vestings, Ac; together with a complete asssrtmeut of HOUSEKEEPING AND DOMESTIC GOODS, A.11 of which we will sell at tho lowest prices in cash. Please give ns a call and compare our stock and prices, before purchasing elsewhere. JV". B. Spanish and Mexican Quarters taken in full for goods, at this store. November 17, 1858 A. J. TIM & CO. SECOND STOCK OF FALL GOODS FOB 1858. DUNLAP & 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. pONSISTING of Merinnes, Coburgs, Velvets, Monslin DeLaines, Silks and Dress V Goods of the newest styles, Shawls of every variety, Linens, Ribbons, Fringes, Gloves, Hosiery, Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinetts, Flannels, Prints, and Muslins of every kind. Boots, and Shoes, Hats and Caps and a GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES, of every variety. These goods having been purchased late in the season on the most favora ble terms, we are able to sell them at R'ich prices that all will say that thoy are LOWER THAN ANY EVER OFFERED IN ANY MARKET. We invite all to call at the corner of 4th and Adams Streets, Steubeuvilie, and see for them selves, where they will find 4000 yards of Velvet, Brussels, Wool and Dutch CARPETS,o extra styles, and at prices lower than any ever offered in thia market. OTlmnkful for the patronage heretofore received, we solicit a continnance of the same. ' November 3, 1858. DUNLAP fe COBLE. THE GREAT LIGHT OF THE AGE TIIE IMPROVED COAL-OIL LAMP to be had at the Queen 8 ware Store of E. A. TONNER, Market Street between Fifth and Sixth Streets, Is the cheapest and most brilliant light ever introduced: Gas not excepted 1 1 ! This lamp will give a light equal to four candles, at a less price than one. TheoilisNOT EXPLOSIVE, and will not jrnm like other oils, and can be burnt in thislamp WITHOUT SMELL OR SMOKE. For Churches Stores, Families and others, this lamp cannot be excelled. Mr. T. is!prepared to furnish Lamps, Shades, Chimneys, Wicks and Oil, in any quantities. nov I7,.4t OUNDRIES j) S50 dot Essences Pepermmt and cinnamon 360 Inks. - 180 " Castor Oils, . Ill Batsman's Drops. 'jor sale by (dec 2 HENING 4 MELVW. WHIT ACRE HOUSE. CORNER OF MARKET AND WATER STREETS, WELLSVILLE, OHIO. T. W. WIIITACRE, .. (Proprietor.) TIIE PROPRIETOR. would respwt fully inform the travelling public, that the house formerly kept by Capt; Wat, is now occupied by him. He has recently appropri ated a large amount of money, and been at great pains, to prepare it, in every respect, for the accommodation of bis guests. Be hopes by strict attention to business, and by antici pating the wants and wishes of his follow ci tizens, to merit a liber.il share of patronage.'' ' ' apr 14,08-iy "P. rjONCENTRATED LEY. A genu ine article, for making soap, for sale by oct 20-'58 -;" 1 Hkkimq A Miltw. THOMPSON HANNA & SONS. , ' Paper Manufacturer!, ItenbanvUU, Ahi : . January 1 1855 . ' ..-. . . . IKfcSH Garden ami Flower seeds for sale by IltNino ti Mextin. ' 4 ; april 28:58. : " ; '