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SHERIFF'S SALE ON PARTITION.
Joseph Nesbit, "
ve.
Eleanor Ann Nesbit, et al.
B
Y VlltTUE of an order of sole in this
cause, issued out of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Jefferson county. State of
Ohio, bearing date October 13th, 185S,
and to nie directed, I will expose to sale,
bv Dublic vendue and outcrv. at the front
door of the Court House, in I be city of
Steubenville, on
Saturday, ihellth day of December,
A. D. 1858,
at I o'clock p. h. of said day, the following
described real estate and premises to wit:
the north east quarter of section number
nineteen, in township number ten, of range
number three in the Steubenville Land
District in Jefferson co. Ohio, conveyed by
Jacob Adrian and Kitwah, his wife, to
Joseph Nesbit, by deed bearing date April
2d, 1825, recorded in Rook J, pages 349
and 350 of the record of deeds of Jeflerson
county Ohio excepting therefrom the part
conveyed to Jonathan Nesbit, as follows,
to wit : Being in west part of the north
east auarter of section number nineteen,
township number ten, in range number
three of the Steubenvillo Land District
Besinninsr at a stone, the south west cor
ner of said quarter section, and running
thence north one hundred and sixty and
one-tenth perches to a Etone, thence east
forty-six perches to a stone, thence soutu
eighty perches to a post, thence west, six
perches and fifteen links to a post, thence
south twenty-four perches to a post,thcnco
east six perches and fifteen links to a post,
thence south tifty-six and one-tenth perch
es to a stone, thence west furty-six perches
to the place of beginning, containing for-tv-five
acres, conveyed by deed dr.tcd
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, deceused, of the sum of thirty
threo 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 s;ilo
one-third in twelvemonths the balance
in two year9 from doy of sale, with inter
est. The deferred payments to be secured
by mortgage on the premises.
Sheriff's Office, Steubenville, O.
nov. 9-tsffee fill JAMES II. BLINN,
Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
John Cochran, et. al.
vs.
Petar Price, et. al.
BY 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 Nov 1st, 1SS8, 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 ilth day of December,
1858,
nt 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the fol
lowing real estate and premises, which arc
described as follows, to wit : situate,
lying and being in the city of steubenville
Jefferson, county Ohio, beginning for the
same on sixth street twenty (20) feet from
the south line of lot number four (4) and
running thence south along suid street
twenty (20) feet and extending back of even
width to an alley ; the same being part of
lot number three in Anderson sfr Donald
son's addition to the said city of Steuben
ville. Terms of sale cash.
JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, Steubenville, )
nov 10-'58-td Fee $0,25
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, hearing
date September 27th 1853, and to me directed,
I will expose to sale by public vendue and
outcry, nt the front door of tho Court House,
in the City of Steubenville, on
Saturday, the llth day of December,
185S.
nt 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day the following
real eslato and pri'mices, situate in Jefferson
County, and State of Ohio, and described tis
follows to wit:
I. Lot number fwenty-six (2G) on the plat
of the town of Mt. Pleasant.i together with '.he
appurtenances thereto belonging.
II. Also fractional part off the Fast side of
lot number twenty-four (24) on the plat of the
town of Mt. Pleasant, fronting nine feet on
Main street and running back an equal width
one hundred sixty-six and two-tenth feet.
Terms of sale cash.
JAMES II. BLINN. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. I Fee $6,23.
Steubenville, Nov. 10,'58-ts.
SHERIFF'S SALE!
Bancroft 4 Lee,
vs.
George Goodwin.
T)Y VIRTUE of a writ of vend! exponas,
" issued out of the Court ot Common
Tleaa of Jefferson County. State of Ohio, bear
ing date November 6th 1858, and to mo direc
ted, I will expose to sale by public vendue
and outcry, at the front door of tho Court
House in the City of Steubenville, on
Saturday, the 11 th day of Dcember,
IBOH.
at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day the following
described premises mutate in Jefferson County
and State of Ohm, to wit :
Lots numbered ten f 101 eleven fill twelve
12 fourteen 14 fifteen 15 sixteen 1G
seventeen f 17) eighteen (18) thirty-four (34;
and fifteen feet olf tho wen side of lot num
bered thirty-three (33) on the plat of the town
of York. J
Terms of sale cash.
JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriff.
Sheriff s Office, I Fee $0,25.
Steubenville, Nov. IO.'58-U.
BR YG 0 0 D S
SECOND GENERAL STOCK.
fJEORGE SCOTT & CO., nave recei
ved, and are now opening, an unusually
large and desirable stock of Funcy and Staple
Dry Goods, suitable for the season, and em
bracing a full assortment of Housekeeping and
Dress Goods ; Millinery Goods, White Goods,'
Embroideries, Hosiery, etc., all of which have
been purchased within the past two weeks, in
the East, and under the most favorable circum
stances.
To purchasers we would say, thit we are
now prepared to offer unusual inducements
a larire stock, the very best styles, and low
prices, to suit hard times. Call and see our
stock and prices, both of which we hope will
give satisiaction may I J, a i y
THE GREATLIGHT0F" THE AGE
rFHE IMPROVED COAL-OIL LAMP
to De bad at the Qceensware Store of
E. A. TONNER.
Market Street between Fifth and. Sixth
olreett,
Is the cheapest and most brilliant light ever
introduced:
Gag not excepted I! !
This" lamp wili give a light equal to four
candles, at a less pnc than one.
Theoil if N OT EXPLOSIVE, and will
not turn like other oils, and can be burnt iu
this lamp WITHOUT SMELL OR SMOKE.
for Churches Stores, Families and others,
this lump cannot be excelled.
Mr, T. i)prepared to furnish Lamps, Shades,
Cliimneva Wicks an J Oil, in aDjr quantities.
nov 17,4t
.Fevor and Ague,
from which rosnVrod suffer over a large part of
Aerobe. U th consequence of a diseased acnon
S the mteW taduceTby the poisonous nuasmof
Te-ihfe decay. This exhalation is evolved by
thrctioii of solar heat on wet soil, and nses with
thJ watery vapor from it. "While the sun is below
the horizon this vapor UnRers near the earth a sur
fee. and the virus is taken with it through the
hn.s iuto 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
secrete not only this virus, but also the bile from
the blood. Both the virus and the bile accumulate
in the circulation, and produce violent constitu
tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the
stomach sympathise with the liver, and become
disordered also. Finally, the instinct of out or
ganism, as if in an attempt to expel the noxious
infusion, concentrates the whole blood or the body
In the internal excretorics to force them to cast it
out. The blood leaves the surface, and rushes to
k. .,.f-,l nr.rfint, with COTltfOStivO violence. ThlS
is the Chill. But in this effort it fails. Then the
Fevur follows, in which the blood leaves the cen
tral organs and rushes to the 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 svstem 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 Fever and Aqub.
6uch constitutional disorder will of course under
mine the health if it U not removed.
Wo have labored to find, and havo found, an
antidote,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which ncntrnllios this rnalnrious poison in the
blood, and stimulates the liver to expel it from the
body. As it should, so it dyes cure this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather does what is of more service to those sub
ject to this infection. If taken in season it expels
tt from the system as it is -orbed, and thus keeps
those who use it free from its attacks ; keeps the
system in health although exposed to the disease.
Consequently it not only cures, but protects from,
iw.it vnrietv of affections which are induced
by this malignant influence, such as Remittent
Fever. Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Ucmlactao, or JJUious Ucauacno, unions
Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Gout. Blindness,
Toothache, E irache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hysterica,
Colic, Paralvtis, and Painful Affections of the
Stomach and Bowels, all of which, when arising
from this cause, will be found to assume more or
Imi thu infnrriiittent tvne. This " AGUE Cl'IlB "
removes the cause of those derangements, and cures
the disease. ...
I'him if ninnmiil!;hes h7 stimulating the oxcre-
' toiies to cxpul the virus from ie system ; and
their office of tl.cir own accord. Hence arises what
we term acclimatntion. Time may accomplish the
game end, but often life is not long enough, or is
sacrificed in the attempt, while this " Ague Ciiib "
thA nT(nn hr nrcrreys uecome uuuuvu w uj iuia
docs it at once, and with safety, we liavo great
reason to believe this is a surer as well as safer
remedy for the whole class of diseases which are
Mnaed bv the miasmatic infection, than any other
which has been discovered ; and it has still another
Important advantage to the public, which is, that
It is cheap as well as good.
PHEPA11ED ET
DE. J. C. AYER & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
PlUCB ONB DoLLAtt IER EoTTLB.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount tho
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 been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE.
For Costivmsss ;
For the Cube op livsriPsiA ;
Fon Jaundice ;
For the Cciie op Indigestion ;
Fon Headache;
For the Curb op Dysentery;
For a Foul Stomach ;
For the Ccue op EiiveirELAS ;
Fon the Piles j
For the Cms op Scrofula, ;
For all SntopvLors Complaints ;
For the Cvub op Rheumatism;
Fon Diseases op tub Skin ;
Fob the Ctob op Liver Complaint !
For Dnorst ;
Fob THB Coeb op Tetter, Tumors and Salt
Rheitm ;
For Worms;
For the Cure op Gorr ;
For a Dinner Fill;
For tub Cure op Neuraloia ;
For Pumfyino tub Blood.
They arc sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any
quantity.
Price 25 cents per EoxJiveBoxcs for S1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
name to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but unr space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below nnnied fur
nish gratis our AMrtucAr Almanac in winch they
are piven; with alio full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the '.rtmunt that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do net be put off l-y unprincipled dealers with
otherprcparalions they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it.
All our Remedies are for sale by
Hftiiner fc Mclvin, Steubenville,
J. 13. Siminer.ill, Bloomingdale ;
F. Fisher, Wintersville ;
W. Price 4 Son, Smithlicld J
W. II. Crew A Oo., Richmond ;
M. C. Morgan, Alt. Pleasant,
and all Druggists and dealers in mcdicin
everywhere.
Oct. I8,'58.y
New, Large, Elegunt and Fashionable
Stock of
Gentlemens' Dress Goods.
J. LITTLE. MERCHANT TAILOR.
South 4th Street, Stkuiitcnvili.e,
IVIIO bus just received direct from the
' east a beautiful and fashionable assort
ment of Gentlemens' Spring and Summer
DRESS GOODS,
Embracing mnny new styles of Gentleman's
wear niaifiiiriccnt patterns, cloth, silk, satin,
furnishing goods generally, Hosiery, Ac., and
almost every article known to the trade.
Goods manufactured to order, and cut accor
dirg to the
Latent and most Approved Fashions.
Prices reasonable goods warranted as rep
resented and satisfaction guarantied. For
new styles, (food goods, neat and fashionable
his, call at t.lie uew Merchant 1 ailonng esta
blishment of J. LIT I'LE,
Fourth below Market st., Steubenville, Ohio,
may 12:58 tf
How to save Money.
TT'VERY Gentleman or Lady who re
quires Medical Aid, will save money and
timo dv consulting Dr. Sies, 1st, because
his Remedies are, many of them, new sec
ondly because he guarantees to give every one
su equivalent, ior meir money. uiHenxe oi ev
ery description treated without the use of
Mercury or other poisonous mineral.
N. B. Diseases of Females, receive particu
lar attention.
Consultation at the office fi'ee;by letter, one
dollar. Medicine put up and sent to any
post office address. Office south 4th, street,
over McConvillc's Variety store.
d-c 16&7-y. DR. SIES.
WHIT ACRE HOUSE.
CORNER OF MARKET AND WATER STREET,
WKLLSVILLE, OHIO.
T. W. VV111TACUE,
(Proprietor.)
nplIE PROPRIETOR would respect
fully inforir the travelling public, that
the house formerly kept by Capt. Wat, is now
cccupicd 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 his guests. He hopes
by strict attention to business, and by antici
pi ting the wants and wishes of his fellow ci
tizens, to merit a liberal share of patronage,
apr 14,'58-ly
THOMPSON HANNA & SONS.
Piper Manufacturer!, Steubenville, Oh'o.
January 1 1855
THE GREATEST
DISCOVERY
OF THE AGE.
MR. KENNEDY.of Roxbury.has dis
covered in one of our common pasture
weeds a remedy that cures
EVERY KIND OF HUMOR,
from the worst scrofula down to a common
pimple.
tie nas tried it in over nuu cases, ana 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 the system
of biles.. .
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst
canker in the mouth or stomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted to cure
the worst case of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to cure all
kind humor in the eyes.
Two bottles are warranted to cure running
of the ears and blotches among the hair,
Four to six bottles are warranted to cure
corrupt and running ulcers.
One bottle will cure scaly eruptioi.s of the
skin.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure
the worst kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure
the most desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles aro warranted to cure
salt rheum
Five to eight bottles will cure the worst cas
of scrofula.
hem' fit is always experienced from the
first bettle, and a perfect cure is warranted
when the above quantity is taken.
Roxbuby, Mass.
Dear Madam : The reputation of the Med
ical Discovery, in curing all kid of humors,
is so well estauiisiica ny tne unanimous voice
of all who have ever used it, that I need not
sny anything on the subject, as the most skil
fuil physicians and the most careful t Drug
gists iu the country are unanimous in its
praise.
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 nre
unfortionatly so liable. That most excruci
ating disease to an affectionate mother.
NURSING SORE MOUTH,
is cured as if by a miracle j your own temper
is restored to its natural sweetness, and your
babe from short and fretful naps to calm and
sweet slumbers ; and the Medical Discovery
becomes a fountain of blessing to your hus
band and household
In the more advanced states of
CANKER
it extends to tho stomach, causing
DYSPEPSIA,
which is nothing but car.ker on tho stomach ,
then to the intestines ana
KIDNEYS,
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an in
difference even to the cares of your family.
Your stomach is
RAW AND INFLAMED,
your food distresses you, and you can only
take certain kinds, and even of that your
systom does not get half the nourishment it
contains as tne nenmonnus uuiu oi me can
ker eats it up : then your complexion loses
its bloom and becomes 6allow or greenish,
and your best day is gone. For want of nour
ishment your system becomes loose and flab
by, and the fibres ot your body become relax
ed, men toiiow a train oi in senses wnicn mo
Medical Discovery is pcculiatly adapted to
u u it u ;
rulpitration of the heurt, pain in the side,
weakness of the spine and small of the dack,
lain in the hip joint wiipii you retire, irregu
arity of the bowls, and also, tLat mostexcru
ciatiug of diseases, the
r i lbs.
How many thousands of poor wo.nen are
suffering from this disease and pining away a
miserable life, and their next door neighbor
does not know the cause. I wish to impress
on your miud that good old proverb, "An
ounce of prevention is better than a pound of
cure."' In the
MEDICAL DISCOVEnV
vou have both the preventative and tho cure,
with this Great and good quality, that it will
never under any circumstances, do you any in-
No change of diot ever necessary eat the
best you get and enough of it.
Direction por us p. Adults one table spoon
ful per day Children over teu years dessert
spoopful children from five to eight years,
tea spoonful. As no directions can be appli
cable to all constitutions, taken sufficient to
operate on the bowels twice a day.
Yours truly,
DONALD KENNEDY,
Price $l.U0per bottle.
For sale wholesale and " etail by R. D.
MORRISON, HENING & MELVIN,
and M. L. MILLER, Steubenville, Ohio
aug26.'57;-ly.
CLOTHING! CLOTHING!!
E. FR0HM AN & CO.,
RESPECTFULLY inform their friends
' and the public generally that their new
stock of clothinefor the Fall and Winter
Trade, manufactured forthe Steubenville mar
ket at their wholesale establishment at Gin'
cinnati, has just arrived. It is larger and
more vanea, and embraces nner articles man
usual.
The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vests and
Hats and Caps for men and boys, handker
chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts, and a full
stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Carpet sacks, umbrellas, ic.
FaonMAN !: Co. also keep on hand a full
stock of Cloths, and Vesting, and manufac
tures clothing to order, on short notice, at pri
ces that will be satisfactory to purchasers.
Fits warranted.
Thaukful for the very liberal patronage here
tofore extended to us. We ask for n continu
ance of it, aud beg to assure the public that it
will be our constant aim, by dealing honora
bly, to deserve it.
We may be found at the south east corner of
Maiket and Third ts Give us a call,
dec 8-'58 E. FROI1MAN & CO.
t. W. HANDEL.
MANDEL &
C. IIINEMAN
HINEMAN,
MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap
& Candles, Fourth Street, between
Market & Washington, Steubenville, O.,
"The highest market price in cash
paid for Lard, Grease, and Tallow."
Aprils, '57 ly.
HENING & MELVIN,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
Three doors below Jefferson Branch Bank,
steubenville.
1MIE subscribers have now in store a fine
stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, oils,
Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery and Daguer
reotype material, which they are prepared to
sell ut the lowest market rates.
Country merchants are requested to examine
our stock and prices, before purchasing else
where. N. B. Beeswax and Ginseng purchas
ed by the subscribers. HENING MELVIN,
dec 2
1 Q BARRELS Linseed Oil, in store
and (or sale at the lowest cash price
by Henino tc Melvix.
april 29.-.r9.
MERFUMERY. A Superior assort
tne nt of Colognes, Extracts for the hand
kerchief, Hair Oils and Pomades, for sale by
oct 20-'58. Hkinj A Mm.vin.
Pittsburgh, Columbus and Cincinnati
(Steubenville 6 Indiana) '
RAIL R 0 A D .
Connections Perfected both East and West
Trains run through from Pittsburgh to Columbus
ON ANDAFTER TUESDAY, Jan.
4th, 1853. Trains will leave Steu
benville, daily, (Sundays excepted,) as fol
lows: Night Express Train At 5:49 r. m.
(stopping at Cadiz Junction and western
points) arrives at Columbus at 1:40 a. m.
Mail Train At 9:45 a. m., (stopping
at all intermediate stations,) arrives at
'Jolurabus at 5:20 p. m.
I reioht Train Leaves Steubenvillo,
at 2:55 a. ra., arrives at Columbus at 7:40
a. m.
EASTWARD,
Night Express Train Leaves Colum
bus at 0:55 p. m., arrives at Steubenville,
at 4:2o a. m.
Mail Train Leaves Columbus at
10:d0 a. m., arrives at Steubenvillo at
8:48 p. m.
Freight Train Leaves Columbus at
6:00 a. m., arrives at Steubenville at
10:25 P. ra.
Cadiz Accommodation Train Leaves
Steubenville at 4:55 p. m., arrives at
Cadiz at 8.05. Leaves Cadiz at 7:30 ar
rives at Steubenville at 10:15 a. m.
CONNECTIONS" WESTWARD.
Trains connect at Newark, with the San
dusky. Mansfield fc Newark R. R. for Mt.
Vernon, Mansfield, Sandusky, Toledo, Ohica
go, Burlington, Iowa City and the North
West.
At Columbus, with the Columbus, Fiona A
Indiana H. K. tor fiqua, Urbana, Troy, Belle
fontaine, Forrest, die. and the Cleveland A
Columbus It, It. for Delaware, Galion and
Crestline.
andXenia, with the Dayton, Xenia t Bclpre,
At Indiana Central R. R.'s for Springfield,
DAyton, Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette
Terre Haute and St. Louis.
At Morrow, with the Cincinnati, Wilmington
and iSanesville It. it. lor Vt aslungton, Circle
vale and Lancaster.
At Loveland, with roads to Hillsboro'
Hamden and Portsmouth; and
At Uinc;anaii, witntnn uino s Mississippi
broad cusse Railroad for Madison, Louisville
New Albany, Evansville, Vincennes, Cairo,
Central Illinois, &t. Louis, Jeffurson City,
Kansas, Nebraska, and all points on the Illi
nois, Missouri anu juississippi Rivers.
EASTWARD.
Trains connect at Steubenville, with the
Cleveland A Pittsburgh R. R. for Whceli ng,
Cleveland, Pittsburgh and intermediate points;
and at Pittsburgh, with the Pennsylvania
Railroad for Hurrisburg, Lancaster, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, New York, and the Northern
and Eastern cities.
ETBaggagc checked through.
Fare as Low as by any Other Route !
BjTFor Tiekcts and further information
please apply at the Depot, Washington street,
to A. S. Parks, Agent.
AV. V BAG LEY, Superinlendanl.
Lafayette Devenny, General Freight
Agent.
Ira A. Hutchison, General Ticket
Agent. jan20 1853.
NEW SPRING STOCK.
Fancy Variety Goods and Notions.
ILTrIIOI.EBALI!.
ROBERT COCHRAN, at his store on
Fourth street. Steubenville. has iust recei-
ved a large, desirable and general stock of
r ancy boons, Variety itoous, Jewelry,
Gold and Silver Watches, Musi
cal Instruments, &c.
Embracing every article in his line, which he
is prepared to sell, much lower than tornierjy
by wholesale.
Buyers need not go to Pittsburgh or Wheeling
with the expectation of buying cheaper stocks.
tie is prepared w sen a
traction below Pittsburgh Fnccs!
Country Merchants, Pedlars and others, will
find it to their advantage to examine this new
stock, but few larger and better, and none
which can he sold cheaper, is to he found in
the Western country, than is now offered for
sale at
ROBERT COCHRAN'S
Wholesale Notion and Variety Store, Fourth
airect, stcunenvuie. mav oh, OS
Third Arrival of Fall Goods at
HOFM AYER'S CLOTHING STORE
Market Street, Steubenville, O.
ICTCIIEAPER MAN EVER BEFORE OFFERED.
TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE Great
compelled to replenish his former beautiful
stock by large 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
and suited to their Wants, consisting in part
ot
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 " 2 00 10 00
Rubber Coats, Overalls and Jumpers,
Wool Knit Jackets.
Cotton Knit Jackets,
All kinds or White Shirts,
White Marsaillcs 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, du ; Sable do.
do ; Woolen do ; Cashmere 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; tancy do, do; Silk and Satin Stocks
Moire Antique do
Heavy Wool Knit nose; Worsted do do
Lambs Wool do, do ; Merino do ; British do
v irginiado ; Cotton do ; Marsaillcs Collars
Linen do ; Paper do ; Fancy do ; Silk Hand
kerchiefs : Linen ' do ; Cotton do ; Napoleon
Neckties; Byron do; Cheneille Scarfs ; Scotch
do ; comforts, Gems Shawls, suspenders
i races, umbrellas, carpet sacus, die, sc.
CLOTHS, CASS1J1ERES, DOESKINS
Satinets, Tweeds, cords, Beavers, Seal
Skins, Imitation Furs, and Peter Shams, Vel
vet, Plush, Silk and Satin Vestings, and nil
other descriptions of goods for Mens' and
Bovs' Wear of the newest and richest stvles.
from the highest to the lowest prices. If you
want a neat tilting and lashiouabie
Custom Made Garment,
Or a well got up suit of
Ready Made Clothing,
Or any other article of Wearing Apparel call
on
II O F M A Y E R ,
At the cheap one price
Cash Clothing. House
market street, STEUBENVILLE, OHIO.
And by so doing save from ten to twenty per
cent ot your purchaso money. nol7 m
rAGUERREOTYPE, Ambrotype an
lor saie oy ujimflu is iutivi.
oct 20 '58.
f 1 1 . ti nimr1 W wil wt f vt
V ARNISIIES, Conch Copal, Japan, &e
just received and for sale by
dec2
He nino & Melvin
IUST RECEIVED 40 Hogsheads N
J O. Sugar, and for sale by
tne lu 0. T. Hollowat & Co,
1857 H. G. GARRETT, . 4 . .1857. A
DEALER IN
DM GOODS!!
lower end of the Market House,
THIRD STREET,
Steubenville, Ohio.
Nov. 18, 1857.
J. & S. COMBS,
BAVI TAKEN
Ce iiiin(j-aIofln
AT BAYARD STATION, C. P. R. R
Meals will be served up on the arrival of Trains
and at all times when called lor. axbo, accom
modations for Lodgera and Teams.
May 13 57
LEGAL NOTICE.
GIOKGB WE8STEB MARTIN ANDREWS,
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 and all
legal Dusmess.
march 3. Gmo.
J. H. S. TRAIN0R,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Chancery.
Office, souili 4th street, Steubenville, O.
Jan. G, 1858.
JOHN A. BINGHAM. W. R, LLOYD,
BINGHAM & LLOYD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the
"corner of Market and Third streets, oppo
site the Court Uouse, steubenville, Unto.
January 1, 1855.
R. S.. HOODEY,
irnvMJxrttV at taw ctv:iu
A11V1U11JA O.X iiaif lUtCUUCUUHCI
streets, second story.
may21 '57
THOMAS MEANS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
at Law. Office' Maiket Street, one door
below the Post Office, Steubenville, O. dec3l
SAMUEL 6TOKELY JAMES M. 8HANE
STOKELY & SHANE.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW, will prompt-
Jy attend to all business entrusted to
them, in Jetlerson and the adjoining coun
ties. Office in Kilgore Building's, Market
Street, Steubenvillo. marl'Jnollv2,
H. MILLER. R. SHESRARD, JR
MILLER & SHERRARD.
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Office, Margct Street, onpo
site Washington Hall, Steubenville. Ohio
Prompt attention to collecting and securing
claims. Agents for obtaining Pensions and
county lands. Land Warrants bought and
sold. Marl9 1856
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY
1
A. FLOTO.
North Founrn SiaEET, oitosite the
Iranklin House.
The subscriber would respectfully inform
the citizens of Steubenville that be is enga
ged in the manufacture of Boots and Shoes,
and is prepared to supply to order on short
notice. He keeps on hand the best material.
and hopes to be able to give satisfaction to all
wno may lavor mm Willi their patronage.
nn.ll Oil a rtnun
B. F. PAYNE.M. D.
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE on North Fourth street,
KtntiVinnt,;!!. (11, 1..
hivuuvumiii:, villUi
Dr. Payne will continue as heretofora to irive
special tittent ion to the treatment of chronic
diseases of the lungs, stomach, liver, Ac. and
an diseases peculiar to females, apr21
RAIL ROAD SALOON
& EATING
HOUSE.
COSHOCTON, OHIO.
GEO. E, THOMAS Proprietor.
OYSTER SALOON.
Connected where all tho delicacies of tho
season are served up in style. oct.7lf.
ST. CLAIR HOTEL,
EfVO RM EBL Y EXCHANGE HOTEL ,.1
Corner of Penn A St.Clair Sts.,
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor.
April 956 ly
BANK EXCHANGE SALOONS.
THE UNDERSIGNED. WOULD
reppcctfuiiy inform all to whom it may
concern, that, his Saloons are i n resdlness for
the reception of euestsatall suitable hours
Thankful for the very liberal patronage
heretofore received, he hones bv careful atten.
uon 10 me accomodation 01 1ns guests, still to
merit ineir invoraoie consideration.
MARKET STREET nearly opposite the Jet
son urancn uanK. wju, wiJSiN,
nov!8tf Proprietor.
C. T. HOLLOWAY. J. A. LIPPENCOTT
C T. HOLLOWAY & CO.
Successors to Frazikb4! Dken.vbn.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
no.21. STEUBENVILLE. O.
Homcropathy the only Reliable Art of
Healing.
DOCTOR II. L. SOOK.
II O M O E O P A THIS T .
Office, corner of Market and 5lh streets.
STEUBENVILLE. O.
Regular office hours from 9 to 10 a. m. and
from 1 to 2 p. m. jan 6,'5tJ
L. Sharp Removal.
11 HOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
erin tobacco, snuff and cigars, Market St.
one door above tho Bank,
near Fifth Street,
Steubenville, Ohio,
Ordsers respectfully solicited.
may26
LIVERY ! LIVERY! I
rT"IIE undersigned having recently replen
ished his Livery Stable by an increased
nu.nber of Horses Carriages and Buggies,
and by the great improvement of his entire
stock, in quality as well as quantity, would
most respectfully invite the attention of
the traveling public, and pleasure takenrs,
there-to. Office and stable on Jail Alley.
North of Market street.
augl'Jtf B, M. SHARP. Proprietor
PAINT BRUSHES, improved styles,
also a good lot of wall, counter and
dusting brushes, Henino 4c Melvin.
april 28;58
Dry Goods Cheap for Cash ! 1 1
WM. SFEER,
WAS just received his Fall Stock of
Dry Qoods. purchased in the Eastern
Cities, and will sell them low for cash !
Embracing a great vnriety of Goods for La
dies, such as Dress Silks of the most approved
Styles, Irish Poplins, Cloaks and Cloak velvet,
Velvet Ribbons, Bonnet Ribbons, Head Dres.
ses, Dress Triminines.Oloves.Hosiery .Shawls,
Delaines, Collars, Embroidery, Fringe of all
widths and colors also a general assortment
of Cents Clothing, consisting of Broad-Cloth
and Casfii mores, of all colors, and a great
varietv of Velvet Vest Patterns, undur Shirts
and Drawers, Socks, Cravats and Handker
chiefs of all sorts. WILLIAM SPEER.
oct 20-'5Htf
fU. S. ROTHACKER, Richmond
'Jeffsrsot County Ohio
Grain Separator, Smnt-MacMuo and
Fannin? Mill,
ALL COMBINED IN ONE.
MANCrACTUBKD BT ,
A. G. Rcsssll & Co., Ravenna, Ohio,
Jamf.8 Stars, New Lisbon, Ohio,
Conlkt A Shannon, Steubenville, Ohio.
WRIGHT & BEANS'. PATENT Re
volving Screen Grain Separator.
SEFARATES AT ONR OPERATION
1 Chaff and Smut,
3 Rat Manure, Stubble Sic,
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
Wheat per Hour, perfectly clean, nt tor seed,
at one operation, rnce J'b.uu.
Its form and size is similar to tne oia lasn
ioaedFaniiingMill. OLD FANNING MILLS
altered over and refitted, with Separa tor (be,
for half price, by Con ley & Shannon, 4tn St.,
near Market, Steuoenville.
Farmers in Jefferson and adjoining counties
having old Eanmner Mills, can have them
refitted to perform as above and warranted,
for $14, by briuging, or sending them, into
Conley s Shannon by Kaiiroad or Jtiver ;
freight free to. Steubenville.
a. u. Jfuui js, rrop'r oi bu counties in umo.
Fredcricktown. Knox, Co. O. sep 8-3m. ,
S. COURSE'S
T ARBER and fashionable hair dresser.
" Razors set, and all kinds of Surgical in-
struments put in good order. Room under
the Mechanics Saving fund, Market st. near
the Washington hall, between 3d, and 4th St.
april oth. lBaa.
WSI. M'LAUftQLIN JNO. ti 'LAUGH LIN.
Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory.
WW. M LAUUHLIN & SUJN, JMarket
Street. Steubenvillo. onnosite the Wash
ington Hall, keep constantly on hands a gen
eral and extensive assortment of
SADDLES, BRIDLES,
HARNESS, CARPET DAGS,
TRUNKS, WHIPS, &c, &c,
Kobes. hort) Kianuets, new styles : bieieh
i 11 .1 , 1, r U'.l. L -
orenared to sell wholesale or retail
A superior stock of Trunks on hand, to
which particular attention is directed.
All aruiues in uieir line in mure, or 11 pre
ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the
best manner. Orders solicited, and satisfac
tion rendered.
WM. M'LAUGHLIN fc SON.
Steubenville, decl7. 'flG.-ly.
MARBLE IV
0i
CORNER OF 4TH
STEUBENVILLE
OHIO.
AND MARKET
STREETS,
M. MULD00N,
CORNER OF FOURTH AND MAR
set Streets, Keeps constantly on hand a
large and splendid stocs of nil Kinds of mar
ble woi'K, consisting of Monuments.; Tomb
and head Stones, marble Mantles Ac.
He is prepared to execute every variety
of design, in the best possible style.
WorK will be dune at Eastern prices, and full
sanstaction given to customers;
Steubenville, jau2a'57.
WOODWELL'S FURNITURE AND
CHAIRS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
fljWI BRACING every kind of Furniture
in Rosewood, Maliogany and walnut
suitablef or
PARLORS,
CIIAMBERS.and
DINING ROOMS
Equal to any in New York or Philadelphia
and at lower prices, every article made, by
hand and warranted.
Cabinet Makers supplied with any quantity
of furniture and Chairs, on reasonable terms
Hotels and Steamboats furnished at the
shortest notice.
Warerooms, Nos. 77 tmd 79 Third street,
Pittsburgh, Pa. febl8.
SEYBOLD'S
Wholesale & Retail Bakery and Con
fectionery,
Corner of Market and Fifth Streets
bTEUBENVILLE, U
KEEPS constantly on hand Candies
Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Pre
serves, Almonds, and all articles usually kept
in that line.
Flour of the best quality, wholesale and re
tail.
Wedding and all kiudsof Fancy cakes fur
nished on the shortest notice.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. All orders entrusted to my care
will be promptly attended to.
jan27,58-tf L. SEfBOLD
Ridotto Real aur ant and Oyster Saloon
H A. BOWEKS, would respectfully in
LI form the public that she has lemoved from
the Norton House, nna is now located on
north 3d Street, in the house lately occunied
by D. Turner. She keeps constantly on band
for sale Oysters, Sardines, aud Refreshments
or various kinds. Also Toys and Uigurs.
All to be had at rates as low as the same art!
cles can be purchased in the city,
june Sl'53-Iy.
J. F. M'CLINTIC,
MARKET STREET, BETWEEN 4TH AND 5TH
STEUBENVILLE,
HAS just received a splendid assort
ment of goods, consisting of
CLOCKS,
WATCHES &
JEWELRY,
and a good assortment of
VARIETY GOODS,
Cheaper than the Cheapest ever offered
in inis city ;
Also a splendid assortment of LOOKING
GLASSES, at Pittsburgh Prices. A good as
sortment of
SFECTACLE3
always on hand. Having made arrangements
with Eastern Merchants to receive a fresh sim
ply monthly, which he will sell wholesale or
retail to suit purchasers. Call and see for
yourselves.
Clocks Watches and Musical Instruments
repaired by an ezperie need workman and i
all cases warranted. april 21
JETNA AIR-TIGHT STOVE.
A COOKING STOVE designed for
Farmers and hotel-keepers, burning wood
ana coal, ana guarantied to give satistuction
to purchasers. Also, Live Oak Large Oven,
for burning wood; Star of tbe West, and
Aurora. Tnese stoves are far superior to any
yet introduced for baking and roastincr, in re
sped to saving fuel and for durability they are
unequalled, manufactured by A. liradley
Pittsburgh. The subscriber keeps constantly
on hand a large assortment of Tin Sheet Iron
brass ware, self-sealinir cans, itc. Persons
want of anything in bis lino will save money by
giving him a call. Spouting roofing and all
kinds of job work done to order and at the lowest
priees, The highest prices paid for old copper
biiu pewier. oiuio uurtii siue oi aiarKor, uiree.
doorswest of 4th. J. E. LINDSAY,
apn 8 57-ly
MERCHANT TAILORING.
THOS. II. ROBERTSON, has opened
a shop over John R. McLaughlin' Saddler
Shop, where he is prepared to manufacture all
kinds of Gentlemens' Wear in the neatest and
trost fashionable style, on thesbortest notice.
Those wishing thoir garments made right, will
please give him a call. All garments made by
him, warranted to fit. Particular attention
paid to cutting. nov.24,'58-
pERFUMKRY. New ond handsoma
etyles, of the various kinds of pnfumo
ry lately received, and for sale, st the Drug
Emporium of dec 2 Hsnino Ji Milvim.
JETIERSON MACHINE WORKS.
WILLIAM KENY01T,
Manufacturer of hand nH ali.ta
TURNING LATHES, & STEAM ENGINES.
w aier Direct, BteubenvlUe, O.
Plan ig .Drilling, and Bolt Cnttinar machine.
Shaftine and Mill Gearinsr ;
Sere h for Rolliug Mills, and alt other purpo-
oco, up vu ciuirceH iccb lung ii necessary,
Cut t nl
Machine JOBBING and REPAIRIXQ attend
ed to with promptneis.
O0rders for work solicited. anH Rnk
with dispatch. nov 4'57-y
Steubenville Foundry and Machine Works
JOSEPH MKANS, JAUES MEANS. JR. GEO. MEANS
MEANS & BROTHERS,
MANUFACTURERS OF
STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY,
And all kinds of
Railroad Work,
And every variety of
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS.
Switches : Mill Gearing for Saw
wrougnr ana casirrogs ; ana urist Mills
uar vvueeiB, vuuuus
IM 1 iPl.A!.. . . '
.onaitings and Pull-
SUPS,
Car Pedestals,
Car Oil Boxes, hubs,
Iron Bridges,
Hack Wheels,
Coal car Wheels.
: ncy' ,
: Oast Iron Fronts,
I Window caps, sills
: and coal Vaults.
.' Bolts and nuts, cut
'. andTurninfif.PI fin.
Threshing Machines.
ing, Screw cutting
O0urfacllitics for work are not sumnsapd
by any shop in the State, and our stock of
Patterns being large, all orders for the above
work will be filled promptly and in the
best manner.
Sept. 13-1 a.
OHIO FOUNDRY.
HE UNDERSIGNED would re
spectfully inform the public eenernllv
T
at he is carrying on the Foundarv buslnesH
n all its various branches. He is now manu.
facturing a large variety of cooking Stoves,
to wit :
No. 1, Hartley improved, for coal or wood i
1 2, " " it
" 4, Airtight. -"
4, Unio" Large Oven "
" 9, Auro.i. for coal;
" 4, Etna for coal or wood .
" 7, Republic tor wood;
" 3, Improved elevated oven, for foal
" 7, Buckeye, for coal or wood ;
Large Bale-on coal burner;
" Fgg church stove;
No. 1,23, "
' 12, Franklin stoves ;
" 1, 2, 3 cook stoves;
Eight different patterns of Arch Orates
Four Cast Fenders;
Wagon boxes, wholesale or retail ;
Plow Points, of all the different patterns ;
No. 5, Patent Lever Plow castings ;
Three sizes cooking Grates,
Casings made to order or. the shortest ntf-
ticr.
All of which will be sold at reduced priees
ID I am also carryi neon in conniption with
the above the Tin and Copper Business.
UT Wareroom, Market street, below tho
Bank, Steubenville, Ohio.
oct2a-ly. WILLIAM L. SHARP.
FALL STOCK ! FALL STOCK I
Chickering & Son's Piano Fortes.
IOIIN II. AIELLOR has just received
a complete stock of Piano Fortes, from the
manufactory of Chickering & Sons, selected
for Fall Sales, consisting of thirty-five new
and splendid instruments of every variety
and style manufactured by the Messrs. bick
erings, Boston, from the plainest six octavo
10 me most spienumiy iiuislied seven octavo
square piano fortes, as well as their superb
and inimitable Grand and Parlor Grand Piano.
Every Piano Forte iu this lot, is of their pew
scale, with their Patent Iron Frames and
Pateut action, and are not only warranted to
the purchaser by the manufacture! s, but by
the subscriber, to be in all respects as perfect
aj instruments can be made, both in regard
to material and workmanship.
i-rices invariuniy me same as in Boston, aft
the manufactory. JOHN II. MELLOR,
No. 81 Wood Street, between Diamond Alley
I 3 .V f.. . ... nn ...
anu rounn oireei, nnsuuBU, PA.,
Agent for Chickering fc Sons. Boston, for
Pittsburg and Western Pennsylvania.
Oct 7 tf.
TRAVELERS' HOTEL.
WILLIAM B. ROWLAND.
l,VOULD inform his friends and the pub-
lie, thr.t he has receutly removed from
his former location to the
Old ' Armstrong Stand,' on Water st.
Where he is prepored to accommodate his
patrons, not only with comfortable Lodgings
but also good stabling, and an extensive Wa
gon Yard. A liberal share of public patronage
is respectfully solicited. march lO'SH-ly.
HOLLOWAY & CO
HAS JUST RECEIVED 200 Blls Porno.
rov Salt.
roy Salt.
ItiU
BO
100 "
April 8.
N. O. Molasses,
Golden Syrup,
Utica Lime,
C. T HOLLOWAY.
Dry Goods Groceries, Qneensware &e.
TTAVING RECENTLY replenished
my stock of Goods, I desire to say to my
former patrons, and to the public generally,
that I have now, and intend to keep constant
ly on hand, a good supply of the various arti
cles usually kept in grocery stores ; together
with a supply of
DOMESTIC GOODS.
All of which will be sold at reasonable prices:
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, O.
apr 1458. LEWIS ANDERSON.
STEUBENVILLE MUSIC STORE.
pi A NO FORTES from tho most cele:
brated manufactories of New York-, and
Boston, will be sold cheaper than the same
quality of instruments can be purchased at
any other store this aide of those cities. Per
sons desirous of obtaining a
FIRST CLASS PIANO,
or one less pretending can find such here.
MELODEONS,
of various styles and sizes, varyiug in price
from $45, to $375, Organ Melodeons for
Churches. Also
SMALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
SHEET MUSIC,
INSTRUCTION BOOKS &C, &CW
At Wholesale and Retail: '
Sheet Music sent by mail, pre paid upon re
ccipt of the published prices. My motto being
small profits and quick sales, I will not ba
unucrsoiu. uracrs ruspeouuny soucuea.
N. JONES,
Rooms under Kilgore's New Hall, Market 8t.
Steubenville, Ohio. april 28:58-tf.
1857. Spring Stock! 1867
Off BAGS, OF COFFEE, '
'l'20O boxes of Tobacco, assorted
20 Kego of Twist,
150 Half Chests Teas, assorted.
140 Boxes Starch.
Also Sugars, Molasses, Fish Salt.'Splcesa
Woodon Ware, Oils, Nails, Glass, it,'.,
&c., to which we moit respectfully invite)
tho attention o' Uc .lers.
mar. 18 C. T. HOLLOWAY CO.
Artists color3 a new stock
just locoiveil, containing also a piod iup
ply of bru dies, Dryiu Oil and cauvt.nR.
oct20.'58. HENING & MELVIN.

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