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Auditor's Report. An Account of the Receipts and Ex . ptndilurcs of Jefferson bounty, Ohio, from June 1st, 1855, to June 2d, 1856. County Expenses. continued. Isaiah Brenard, a talisman juror 1 day, Feb. '50, Ohio vs. Seely, 50 George Mahon, a talisman juror 1 day, Feb. '56, Ohio vs. Secly, f0 J. A. Mayhugh, a talisman juror 1 day, Feb. V8, Ohio vs. Seely, 50 F. S. Frye, a talisman juror 1 day, . Feb. '56, Ohio vs. Seely, 50 M. O.Junkin, a talisman juror 1 day, Feb. '56, Ohio vs. Seely, 50 Aufrustine Bickerstaff, a talisman iuror 1 dav. Feb.'56. Ohio vs.Seely 50 John Hammond. Delinauent To-tax of 1854 collected iu Wayno Tp., 11,62 Same, township school tax collect ed in Wayne Township, 301,30 Sams, special school tax collected in District No. 2, 26,15 Same, road taxes collected in Wayne Township, 82,74 Same. State common school fund due Wayne Township, 2,12277 Same, for makinor annual settlement with Auditor, i,uw Wm. B. Sloan, a talisman juror 2 days, Frye vs. Abraham, 2,00 Andrew Bustard, a talisman juror 2 days, Frye vs Abraham, 2,00 Joshua Hipsley, a talisman juror 2 days, Frye vs. Abraham, 2,00 John Linduff, a talisman juror 2 days Frye vs. Abraham, 2,00 T. H. Hamilton, a talisman juror 2 days, Frye vs. Abraham. 2,00 Nicholas Watkins, a talisman juror 2 days, Fryo vs. Abraham, 2,00 G. W. Dungan, a talisman juror two days, Frye vs. Abraham, 2,00 Samuel Filson, a talisman juror two days, Frye vs. Abraham, J,Ul John Blackburn, a talisman juror 2 days, Frye vs. Abraham, 2,00 Wm. M'Donald, a talisman juror two days, Frye vs. Abraham, 2,00 Joseph Doyle, a talisman juror two days, Frye vs. Abraham, 2,00 Samuel D. Fisher, a talisman juror two days, Frye vs. Abraham, 2,00 John H. Sidebottom.ajuror 10 days Feb. term, travelled 21 miles, 11,05 AmosIIeaton,a witness 3 days, Feb. term, Ohio vs. Clark, 22 miles, 3,85 David Chambers, a witness 3 days, Feb. term, Ohio vs. Clark 21 miles 3,30 Wm. N. Pearce. a witness 3 days, Feb. term, Ohio vs. Clark, 21 miles, 3,35 Joseph L. Itighlcr, a witness three "' days, Feb. term, Ohio vs. Clark , 23 miles, 3,40 J. T. UpdegralT, a witness 3 days Feb. term, Ohio vs. Clark, 21 m., 3,30 John Graham, a witness 3 days Feb. term, Ohio vs. Clark, 2,25 James H. Gill, a witness 3 days, Feb. term, Ohio vs Clark, 22 m., 3,35 Nathan P. Hall, a witness 2 days, Feb. term, Ohio vs. Clark, 21 m., 2,55 D. B. Hocktiday, witness 3 days, Februarv term. Ohio vs. Clark, 22 miles, 3,35 Geo. I. Evans, a witness 3 days, i'eb. term, Ohio vs. Clark, 23 m., 3,40 F.lisua Bracken, a witness i days, Feb. terji, Ohio vs. Clark 23 miles 2,65 Jacob Shouse, a taViBman juror 3 days Feb. term, Ohio vs. Clark, 3,00 Comoly Tomlinson, a witness 3 days, Feb. term, vin V-c,ark; 24 mi.les. 3.45 John C. Hill, a witness 3 days, Feb, term, Ohio vs. Clark, 23 miles, 3,40 Joseph Steer, a witness 3 days, Feb. term, Ohio vs. Clark, 23 miles, 3,40 Miller Gibson, a witness 3 days,Feb, term, Ohio vs. Clark, 24 miles, 3,45 Samuel Gill a witness 2 days in case of Ohio vs. Clark, travelled 21 m, 2,55 D. B. UpdegratT, a witness 3 days iu case of Ohio vs. Clark, travelled 21 miles, 3,30 . Robert B. Lawrence, a witness two days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, travelled 23 miles, . 2,65 Charles Williams, a witness 3 days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, travel led 22 miles, 3,35 Thos. I. Evaus, a witness 3 days in case of Chio vs. Clarke, travelldd 22 miles, 3,35 Naylor Webster, a witness 3 days in nf Ohio vs. Clarke, travelled 26 miles. 3,55 Joseph Philpot, a witness 3 days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, travelled 22 miles, 3,35 Amos Jones, a witness three days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, travelled 21 miles, 3,30 Amasa Cadwallader, a witness three days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, travelled 22 miles, 3,35 Rowland Roberts, a witness 3 days in nn nf Ohio vs. Clarke, travel led 24 miles, 3,45 ', Jeremiah Walker, a witness 3 days in on HA nt Ohio vs. Clarke, travel led 25 milas, . 3,50 Nathan Lupton. a witness three days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, travel led 25 miles, 3,50 Wm. Planner, a witness 2 days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, travelled ' 21 miles, , 2,55 James Maxwell, a witness 2 days in ease of Ohio vs. Clarke travelled 21 miles, 2,55 Israel Thompson, a witness three days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, travelled 27 miles, 3,60 Alex. Skellv. a witness three days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, 2,25 J 8. Lowe, a witness two days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, 1,50 W. F. MWlasters, a witness two davs in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, 1,50 W. A. Skellv. a witness two days - in case of Ohio vs. Clark", 1,50 J. H.Sidebottom.a witness 2 days In PHfifi of Ohio vs. Clarke, travel led 21 miles. 2.55 James Kinsey, a witness three days Ohio vs. Clarke, travel ed 84 miles, 3,45 Wm. Robinson, a witness 3 doys in ease of Ohio vs. Clarke, travelled 23 miles, Ohio vs. Edsell Seely, travelled 0 miles, 1,20 Wm. B. Sloan, a witness one day in case of Ohio vs. Edsell Seely, travelled 9 miles, 1,20 Joseph Beatty, a talisman juror three days in case of Ohio vs. Clark, 3.00 Samuel W. Bloom, a witness 4 days in case of Ohio vs. Groff 270 m., 16,50 Isaac Barkhurst, a petit iuror 11 k days, February term, travelled 18 miles, 11, U0 C. D. Kaminsky, a talisman juror 1 day in case of Ford vs. Bailey, 50 David Jackman, a talisman juror 1 day in case of Ford vs. Bailey, 50 R. F. White, a talisman juror 1 day in case of Ford vs. Bailey, 50 John Hammond, a talisman juror 1 day in case of Ford vs. Bailey, 50 Aaron D. Fisher, a talisman juror 1 day in case of Ford vs. Bailey, S. W. Bloom, for bringing witness from Cincinnati, in case of Ohio vs. Groff, by order of Court, 13,50 spring & summer clothing! new stock. E FROM MAN & CO. respectfully in- form their friends aud the public that their new stocx of clothing for the Spring and Summer Trade, manufactured for the Steuben ville market at their Wholesale Establishment in Cincinnati, has just arrived. It is larger, more varied, and embraces finer articles than usual. The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vests and Hats and t'aps for meu and boys. Handker chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, Hose, Shirts, and a full stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Car pet Sacks, Valises, Umbrellas, tc Frohman A Co. also keep on hand a full stock of Cloths and Vesting, and manufacture Clothing to order on short notice, at prices that will be satisfactory to purchasers. Fits warranted. Thankful fur the very liberal patronage heretofore extended to us We asx for a con tinuance of it, and beg to assure the public 50 that it will be our constant aim, by dealing honorably, to deserve it. We may be round at the old stand, Market street, one dnor east of the Washington Hull. Give us a call. pju, ltJ&b. iu. fUUHJUAN & lU. at at Tacey Robinson, a witness 3 days 3,40 133,60 in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, travel- ' ed 23 miles. 3. C. Wooster, township tax collect ed in Saline Township, Snir.n. State common school fund due range 2. township 8, IW9,4l Same State common school fund due range 2, township 9, 365.49 flamfl. snecial School tax collected ' in district No. 4, Saline Tp., 52,24 fl.m nmial school tax collected in . Holina Township,' ... '. 691,04 ' $amot Sutc common school fund due range 1, township 4, Same, (or making annual settlement - with' Auditor, - - John VV. Gray, a talisman juror 8 days in case of Ohio vs. Clarke, John.H. Sidebottom, a petit jowr ' F.jutemann, for clothing furnish ,ed Emilie Brio, .- -ti. Sloan, a witness 1 day in case of MARCH. Joseph M. Beard, a petit juror 12 days, Feb. term, travelled 25 m., 13,25 Cyrus Day, a talisman juror 1 day, in case of Ford vs. Bailey, 50 James Blackburn, a talisman juror 3 days, in case of Ohio vs. Clark, 3,00 John Gruber, a talisman juror 3 days in case of Ohio vs. Clark, 3,00 Robert Gray, a petit juror 12 days, Feb. term, travelled 15 miles, 12,75 Kinsey Swords, a petit juror 12 days Feb. term, travelled 1 mile, 12,05 James Lawrence, a petit juror 12 days, Feb. term, traveled 17 miles, 12,85 Wm. D. Nash, a pet it juror days, Feb. term, travelled 1 mile, 12,05 Wm. Powell, a petit juror 12 days. Feb. term, travelled 16 miles, 12,80 Geo. W. Hamilton, tax for prolong ing schools collected in District No. 2, Salem Township, 175,54 Same, tax for incidental school ex penses collected in District No. 2, Salem Townsnip, 105,32 Same, State common school fund due District No. 2. Salem Tp., 289,12 Same, for making annual settlement with Auditor, 1,00 Robert Maxwell, a witness 1 day at Probate Court, Ohio vs. Vance, 13 miles, 1,45 Wesley Permar.a juror 1 day at l'ro- bate court, Ohio vs. V ance, o m. 1,15 John Provides, a witness 1 day at. Probate court, Ohio vs. Vance, 13 miles, 1,40 Geo. Brown, a juror 1 dav at Probate Court, Ohio vs. Vance, I) miles. 1,45 P. Shannon, for work done at Court House, 2,50 David Wilkin, a witness 1 day Probate Court Ohio vs. Pfund, John Duncan, a witness 1 day Probate court, Ohio vs. Pfund, James O'Neal, a witness 1 day at ITobate Uourt Ulno vs. l'lunu, io Wm. A. Day, a witness 1 dny at Probate court. Ohio vs. Vance. 14 miles, 1,45 C. B. Templeton, a witness 1 day at Probate court. Ohio vs. Vance. 14 miles. 1,45 Joseph Day, n witness 1 day at Pro bate court, Ohio vs. Vance, 16 m. 1,55 Tho. Roberts, a juror 1 day at Pro bate court, travelled 4 miles, 1,20 A . G. Kinsey, a jaror 1 day at Pro bate court, travelled 21 miles, 2,05 Morris Springer, a juror 1 dap at Probate court travelled 21 miles, 2,05 Joseph Sarratt, a juror 1 day at Pro bate court, 1,00 J. P. Johnson, Tr., interest on sec tion 16, due Harrison county, from Range 4, township 11, 242,47 Hancn J. it, J. taxes erroneously as sessed, refunded by order of com missioners, 10,95 John Becbout, township tax collect ed in Springfield Tp., 88,66 Same, special school taxes, Spring field Township, 130,56 Same, State common school fund . due range 4, Tp. 11, 297,93 Same, State common scnool fund due range 4, township 12, 441,28 Andrew Bustard, a talisman juror 2 days, Feb. term, Coyle vs. Jump, 2,00 Benj. Ilipeley, a talisman juror two days. Feb. term, Coyle vs. Jump, 2,00 John W. Gray, a talisman juror two davs at Feb. term. Coyle. vs. Jump, 2,00 F. S. Frye, a talisman juror 2 days Feb. term, Coyle xs. Jump, 2,00 Augustine Bickeretaff, a talisman iuror 2 davs reb. term, Coyle vs. Jump. 2,00 John Linduff, a talisman juror 2 days Feb. term, Coyle vs. Jump, 2,00 F. H. ilumiltnn, a talisman juror two days Feb, term, Coyle vs. Jump, 2,00 James M. Thomas, a talisman juror 2 days Feb. term, Coyle vs. Jump, 2,00 31. O. Junkin, a talisman juror two days Feb. term, Coyle vs Jnmp, 2,00 Cvrus Day, a talisman juror two days Feb. term. Coyle vs. Jump, 2.00 Aaron D. Fisher, a talisman juror two davs. Feb. term. Covle vs. Jump, 2,00 Samnel Ferguson, a talisman juror two davs, Feb. term, Coyle vs. Jumn. 2,00 Samuel Ferguson, a witnoss 1 day at Probate court. Ohio vs. Vance. travelled 10 miles 1,25 John C. Smith, a juror 6 days, Feb. term. Ohio vs. Groff. travelled 36 miles, 7,80 Wm. Beebout, a juror two days Feb. term. Ohio vs. Groff. travelled 14 miles, 2,70 Stephen Jones, a juror 6 days, Feb. term, Ohio vs. Grolt, travelled dlJ miles, 7,95 Cyrus Day, a juror 6 days Feb. term, Uhio vs. Urott, travelled 40 miles, e,zo Francis Bell, a juror 6 days Feb. term, Ohio vs. Groff, travelled 51 miles, 8,55 Wm. Hervey, a juror 6 days Feb. term, Ohio vs. Groff, travelled CO miles, U,UU Samuel Ferguson, ajuror 6 days Feb term. Ohio vs. Groff, travelled 30 m. 7,50 Oliver C. Smith, a juror 6 days I eb term, Ohio vs. Groff, travelled 21 nines, A. G. Deselm, a juror 6 days, Feb. term, Ohio vs. Groff, travelled 42 miles, 6,10 Samuel Paislcv. a iuror 6 doys Feb. term, Ohio vs. Urott, travelled 04 miles, 8,70 Thomas Hammond, a juror 4 days Vnh lorm fi tin va. limn, iravei- ed 84 miles, 5,0 David A. Worthington, a juror 0 VnK. tni-m Ohio vs. Grot). travelled 30 miles. 7,50 M. Householder, a juror 6 days eb. urm n v, a. limn, travenea at vv...., ... , t mles. B'u AW. Linen, a iuror 6 doys lreb " - .i 1 Oil term. Oh o vs. Urott, m miies, ,ou Th. u.miiinn iurnr 2 davs Feb. term. Ohio vs. Groff. 22 miles, 3,10 Telegraph Company for dispatches Wand from Cincinnati, 4,85 Joshua Myers, a juror 6 days, Ohio vs. Groff, travelled 3 miles, ; 6,15 cOHtlNVkO OI THIBD TkOt. J. LITTLE, MERCHANT TAILOR, CLOTHING AND FURNISHING STORE, THIRD STREET, two doors horn A Market, Steubenvills, Ohio, would res oectfullv inform the public generally that he has commenced business in the above line, with a large assortment of Cloths, Ciissimeres and Vestinirs of everv variety, winch he Is prepared to make to order in the best style and shortest notice. Also, a large assori ment of furnishing goods consisting of Shirts, Drawers, cravats, collars, pocket hdkfs, Stocks etc. Also, a good assortment of cheap Beady Made Clothing got up in the best style and well made and adapted to the hpring and bum mer trade. The advertiser having experience and prac tice of cutting for along time he feeit confl dent of his ability to serve the public. Try him ho will give you a good fit. may7 -t Steubenville Foundry and Maohine Works JOSEPH MKAXR, JAMES UKANB. JR. OKO. II FANS 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 WrouL'lit and cast Frogs : and Orist Mills, Car Wheels, various sizes, Car Pedestals, Car Oil Boxes, hubs, Iron Bridges, Hack Wheels, Coal rar Wheels. Threshing Machines. Shaftings and Full- Cast Iron Fronts, Window cups, sills and coal Vaults. Bolts and nuts, cut and Turning, Plan- nig, a screw cutting O0ur facilities for work are not surpassed by any shop in the State, and our stock of Patterns being large, all orders for the above work will be filled promptly and in the best manner. Sept. 12-l.C. LATEST ARRIVAL. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. nJE HAVE now opened and ready for sale an unusually large and superior stock of Spring and Summer I) HI U U IJ U O. to which we would rspectfnlly call the atten tion of purchasers. Our assortment eiubraces, as usual, every variety in the Dry UooiU Hue. We name in part. Fancv Dress Silks. Silk 4 Lace Cups. Striped and bar'd Black Lace & Emb'd Sleeves, do Plain Black Silas. Rich Priuted Grena dines, Plain Colors do Crapes D'Orient Satiu Stripe challies, Plain ft Fig'd do Printed & Satin Plaid Bareges, La Bayadere Bareges, Plain colors do Fi M"'2S ('.? Lsinca Plain, all wool, do Swiss and Organdie Lawn, Jaconet do Robe do Printed Brilliants, Plaiu White do Plain & Fig'd Swiss Muslins, Bar'd Striped do Plain Bar'd Jaconet do Book and Mull do Emb'd and Lace cur tain do Jaconet Swiss Edg ing Inserting) Thread Laces and Edgings, Coiton and Lisle do Biack SiU Laces, lain fc Fiii'd cup Nets SiIk it Wabh Blonds. aud Lace. Jaconet Swiss collars, Emb'd Plain L EandKerchiefs, Longit Demicliautilla Veils, alack crape Vails, " love do Green, nown Blue aud Vnrlin sareges. Rich assortment Para sols. Large " Straw son nets. Superior aounct Rib bons. Infants' !: nojs Straw Hats. White Berlin cord for Sairts. Gents' Plain t Border ed L C HandKerchiefs Gents' Fancy guminer Cravats Gents' Superior alaca SilK uravais. BPst inaxe Irish Linens Superior Shirting mus lins. Brown French Linens Wh ite & brown Table Cloths. " " Diapers nest quality Kid Gloves SilK & Lile Thread do White, blaca Ji color- The Greatest McJidal Discovery of the Age. DR. KENNEDY, of Koxbury has dis covered in one of ourcoUMoN FASTURS WKIDS a remedy that cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR, ' from the worst scrofula down to a common pimple. He has tried it in over 1100 c.s, had never failed except in two cases, (both thunder hu mor.) He has now in bis possession over iwo hundred certificates of its virtue, all within twenty miles of Bosson. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. Two to three bottles will clear the system oi biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the wors canker iu the mouth and stomach. Three to five bottles aro warranted to cure the wors'', case of Erysipelas One to two bottles are warranted to. cure a humor in the eyes. Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warrauted to cure cor rupt and running ulcers. Ur.e buttle will cure scaly eruptions oi m skin. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of rino-worm. Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to cure he salt rheum. Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, aud a perfect cure is warranted wnen the above auabtitv is taken. Reader. 1 oeddled over a thousand bottles of this in the vicinitv of Boston. I know the el feet of it in every case. So sure as water will extinguish fire, so sure will this cure humor. I never sold a bottle of it but that sold another ; after a trial it always speaks for itself. There are two things about this herb that appear to me surprising; first that it grows in our pas tures, in some places quite plentiful, and yet its value.has never been known until I discov ered it in 1846 second, that it should cure all kinds of humor. In order to give some idea of the sudden rise and great popularity of the discovery, I will state that in April, 1851, 1 peddled it, and sold about six bottles per day iu April, 1854, 1 sold over one thousand bottles per day of it. Some of the wholesale Druggists wno have been in business twenty aud thirty years, say lb at nothing m the annuls oi patent medicines was ever like it. There is a universal praise of it from all quarters. In my own practice 1 always kept it strictly or humors but since its introduction as n gen eral family medicine great and wonderful vir tues huve'beeu found iu it that I uevcr suspected. Several cases of epueptic fits a disease which was always considered incurable, have been cured by a few bottles, u, wnat a mercy if it will prove effectual in all cases of that aw ful malady there arc but few who have seeii more of it thau I have. I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of them aged people, cured by it. From the vari ous diseases of the Liver, sick headache. Dys pepsin, asthma, fever and ague, pain in the side, diseases of the spine, and particu.arly in dis eases of the Kidneys, etc., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known. No change of diet ever nececessary eat the best you get and enough of it. Manufactured by DONALD KENNE DY, No. 120, Warren St. Koxbury, Mass. Price ei.00. Wholesale Agents. New York City, C. V. Clickner, 81 Barclay street; C. If Ring, 132, Broadway, Rushlon & Clark, 275 Broadway ; A. B. A 15. Sands, 100 Fulton Street. General wholesale agents Western Ta Geo. H. Kcyser, Pittsburg, aud Jas. P. Fleming Al legheny City. T. H. Logan, Wheeling Va. For sale by 11. D. MORRISON aud HKNINQ & MELVIN, Steub., Ohio. Julv 11. Cheap and Fashionable Clothing! AT JONES. HOFMAYEE'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT. Market st. Three Doors ubove Fourth, STEUBENVILLE, OHIO, The best assortment of Beady Made Clothing, iiftts ana uapi ever onerea in oteuoenvuis. THE UNDERSIGNED has just receiv and is addiug weekly to his large and gen eral assortment of Ready Made clothing, the latest styles as they come out, to which he di rects the attention of his friends aud the pub lic, assuring them that he is prepared to sell every discription of goods, at trices lower than has ever been purer. ased in this section of the State. In point or stylo, quality or du rability, his Goods cannot be excelled in this or any other Western Market. His prices are unuorm, and the public may leel conn dent mat they will at all times receive tho worth of their moi ey. It will be to the Interest of all to call and exan oe before purchasiug elsewhere, as his Cloth 'ig is made to order, he is satisfied that he is a Mo sell better goods at lower prices than a. house in the city. ... HOFMATER, Market street, three doors above Fourth, Steub-oct- 24-Tv. NEW SPRING VARIETY GOODS AT WHOLESALE. T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A first instalment of 58 cases of Dry aud Va riety Goods. U consists in part of Patent Thread, Slate Pencils Shoe Thread, Hair Brushes, Spool Cotton, Ivory Combs, Sewing Silk, Snuff Boxes, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Boot & Shoe Laces, Gloves, Corset Laces, Ribbons, Gum Suspenders, Galoons, Hooks & Eyes, PJeedles dt 1'ins, Violin Strings, Buttons, Tooth Brushes, bonnets, Knitting Pins, Purses. Percussion Caps, 1'ocRet books, Fish Hooks, Port Monies, Shaving Boxes, Razors, Raior Strops, Warren's blacking, Lead Pencils, German Silver Spoons Hair Oils, Envelopes. M 'Lane's Medicines, Silk Veils, Also, Muslins, G;n'hams, Prints, and genera! assortment of Dry and Variety Goods, Violins, Accnrileons, and Musical Instruments A large stock of Gold aud Silver Watches, Silver Ware, Jewelry, &c, The early attention of Country Merchants and others is particularly dirrclcd to the above stock. ROBERT COCHRAN. 4th street, above Market, Steubenville. april4ul4v2 PB. 8. BOTHA CUB, OFFICE Comer Third and Market Sta Steubenville, O. Jn. 1 aorraici s nooinr. tdwaiw ii. v cook K00EEY & ETC00X, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville Ohio. Office corner of Market and Fourth streets, second story. mny21 '55 Sank Exchange. rtYSTER AND CONFECTIONERY SALOON. Wm. Patthrso-v, Proprietor, op posite Citiiens' Bank, Third street, Steubenville, Ohio. Oysters wholesale and retail. also, Toysand NotUns Jan. 1, 1855. M. STANTON. O. W. It'COOK. STANTON ft M'COOK. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville Ohio. Office on Third street, between Market and Washington. Jan. 1, '55. SAMUEL 8TOKELY. JAMES M. SHANE STOKELY & SHOE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, will prompt ly attend to all business entrusted to them, in Jefferson and the adjoining coun ties. Office in Kilgore Buildings, Market Street, Steubenville. marl9nollv2. OBN A. BINOHAM. TV. S. LI.OTD BINGHAM & LLOYD, A TTORNEY AT LAW. Office at the corner of Third and Market streets, oppo site tne court House, ateuoeuviue, unio. January 1, looa. Scissors, Fen and Pocket Knives, Skein Cotton, Shaving Soap, Whale Bones, Note Paper, Silk Lace, 3,49 84,05 . 1,00 3,00 1,00 t 30,00 ed hosiery, Gents' cotton & thread hosiery 1U0 doz nil linen handkerchiefs at 6J cts. worth 121 cts.; UM) yards 4-4 fast color prints, at 10 cts, worth l.r cts; bOO yards fine fust colors yard wide Lawn at l'i cts worth IS J. Also a lull assortment of Housekeeping and domestic goods all of which purchas ers may rely upon obtaining of us at tne very lowest prices lor Uasli. A full supply nt all wiutns, i ranspareui (irecn and buff oil clotliB. for window shades; curtain fixtures, cords, tassels, isc, alwavs on hand. Frequent additions will be made to our stock durintr the season. Purchasers are respectfully requested to give uss call. A.J. TIM&Co., Market Street, ubove fourth, Steuben ville, Ohio. may7 '58. New style of Spring Bonnets. WE arc now receiving at our Millinery Rooms, on Market street, our first gener al stock of Spring Bonnets, comprising every thing that is new and fashionable in fliat line. We are prepared to offer superior inducements to our customers, as we are constantly receiv inir ndditionsto our stock from the largest im noriiuc and mamifucturini; houses of New York aiip Philadelphia. We have now ill stock. English Dunstable Snlit straw, eleven Braid: Pedale do, Neapoli inn Lace. French do. Misses Gossamer Lsec MisBfi Ginsev8. Flatts of different styles, Bloomeis. tc. Wc have also Satin, Silk Crime and Mourning Bonnets constantly on baud, and Bonnets trimmed or trade to order on the Bhorlest notice anu iu superior styie. aprlO O. & J. SCUTT. Hew Stock of Dry Goods. I ALLEN is just receiving from the J Kntttern iua a choice and fashionable stock of Ladies' and Ge its' Dress Goods, La dies' Shoes, bonnet Trmimines, 4c. Also, a large assortment of Carpetjng, Mat tinir. Floor Oil Cloth, etc. The aboveslock of eoods will be told wnoie sale and retail for a small advance on Eastern prices. I'lease can ana examine ouiore pur chasing elsewhere. Corner of Third street, uear Market, Steubenville. raayziu. BOERllAVE'S HOLLAND BIT TERS, for dyspepsia, just recieved and for sale by Olivm Kills, Medical HalL CJUMMER HATS. Men's. Bov'sand Infant's Straw, Leghorn and Braid Hats, received this day by Express, and Tor sain by niayzi a.u. iijh a w. BY EXPRESS. EnglishSplii, Duns table, Bedford, and 8atin Bonnets receiv d this day by (my 21; A. J.TIM A CO. National House, Corner of Main aud Lisbon Streets, Weixsviue, Ohio. T. W. WIHTACKE, Proprietor. HAVING again taken this old establish ed Hotel, the subscriber would respect fully tender his acknowledgements to a gen erous public for the very liberal patronage heretofore received at their hands. Having thoroughly renovated and refurnished the house he hopes to be able to accommodate his patrons in such style as will give cutire satisfaction. Ths stabling is large and extensive. A liber al share of patronage is respectfully solicited Ladies oi gentlemen can be accommodated with sinew or double rooms at theii discretion. June 13. T. W. WHITACRE. Saddle, Harness and Trunk Manufac tory, "Wholesale and Retail. NO. 137, Market street, opposite Wash ington Hall. The undersized would re spectfully announce to their customers and the public generally, that they have now in store a large and splendid assortment of Saddulry, coiupriKiiii; the following articles : plain and fancy Saddles, jinuies, iuaniuguies. numes, Trunks collars, Whips, Lashes, Ac, die, man ufactured of the best material, by the most ex perienced workmen. Also, Mattresses of vari ous kinds, made to order on the shortest no- t.irn. . Dealers in the above articles aro respectfully invited to call and examine our stock before imrolinsinf. satisfied that we can accommodate on the most reasonable terms for cash. WM. M LAUUHUJN & SOiN. Steubenville. Jan. 1. T5.-lv. Steubenville and Indiana Railroad. CHANGE OF TIME, SPRING ARRANGEMENT. and after Monday, March 3d v 1856. Passenirer Trains will leave Sleu benvilledailv.fSundnys excepted) as follows Mail Trai n at tJ 49 a. m. arrivine at Newark at 4 18 p. m., connecting with trains of the Central Ohio and Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroads, for the principal cities in toe not tb west, west ami south. RxTURNrxG, will leave Newark at 11,40 a. m and arrive nt Steubenville at 7 1)7, p. iu. Cadiz Accommodation Train Leaves Steubenville at 3,;i(l, p. in. and arrives at Cadiz at 6,16 p. m. Returning : Leaves Cadiz at o UU, a. m. arrives at steubeuvme at ii uu a. m. FARE FROM STEL'BKXVII.I.K (THROUGH BT RAILROAD To Newark $3,50 To Columbus.... $4 50 To Cincinnati.... 6 50 To Mt. Vernon.... 4 25 To MuimfluUl 4 75 To Sandusky 6 00 To Cadiz $1,00 To Detroit....! 7 00 To Chicago... .12 00 To Rock Island 17,00 To St. Louis... 17 3D I To Iowa City.. 19 21 To Louisville, Ky....9 00 To Indiannpolis 8 50 II. MILLFB. R. SIIFIIKABD, JB MILLER & SHERRARD. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office, Marsot Street, oppo site Washington Hall, Steubenville, Ohio. Prompt attention to collecting and securing claims. Agents for obtaining Pensions and Bounty lands. Land Warrants bought and old. Di aria leoo J. C. M' CLE ART, ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC, Warrenton, Ohio, will carefully attend to all business entrusted to him in the counties of Jelt'orson, narrlson and Belmont, in the State of Ohio; and Brooko and Olnocoun ius, Va. Office opposite the Western Hotel. January 1, louu. EZRA BEBGH M. D. in the Drur Store of Brugh A McCutchenn, Market Street Steuben ville Ohio. Residence on 4ih, between Loan and Clinton Si reels. March 8th 1855. ELI T. TAPPAN, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, 'Stkvbknvili.r, Uhio, TTAS REMOVED 111S OFFICE TO Market Street, nearly opposite the Jeffer son Branch Bank, iu the room lately occupied by D. L. Collier and J. R. Meredith, Esq's. apr-iu, 1030. SAMUEL SIDEBOTTOM. " GROCERY AND PRODUCE STORE. HAVING purchased the stock of H. Rohm, in this store, I have made large additions of carefully selected Goods and wish to call the attention of custom ers and the public to mv establishment. where I intend always to keep on hand, a general and superior assortment of all articles in the Grocery line; also Provis ions, produce, meat, Uueens ware, ice, &c, which I 'flatter myself I can offer on as good terms as any similar house. i To my friends from the country, I say, bring on your produce, for which 1 will give you the highest market price. To my city friends I say come one come all, and examine for yourselves. By a cheerful attention to your wants, I trust to deserve your patronage. Remember, Samuel Sidkbottom's, Market street, first door above Jefferson Branch Hank Marchl2-3m GROCERIES. Just Rec'd and on the way 500 bbls. N. O. Molasses. Just rec'd 50 lids. N. O. sugar. Just rec'd 75 bbls. white sugar assorted. Just rec'd 411 kegs sup. carb soda. Ou hand 751 chests teas assorted quali tics. Just rec'd 300 bags choice Rio Coffee. Just rec'd 17 bbls Tanners machine oil. Just rec'd 75 boxes starch. Heine au thorized Agents for the starch, will sell at manufacturers prices. In store 300 bbls. No. 3 mackerel. Just rec'd 75 boxes choice brands tobac co. Just rec'd 20 kegs 6 twist. Also a general stock of all finer grocer ies which he will sell at as low figures as they can be bought, and he most respect fully invites the attention of dealers to our stock before purchasing elsewhere. C. T. HOLLO WAY & CO. April 9 Steubenville O. 1850. New spring goods. ' 185G. H. G. GARRET. Third St., has just received one of the largest and best useortcd stocks of Spring and Sum mer Good 8 ever offered in this market. Having purchased them in New York and Philadelphia, within the last ten days, I am prepared to offer silks, Satins, Bore- t;es, Uelanes, Lawns, militants, Uhintz, Mulls, Ginghams. Prints, Irish Linen, Shirting, Bonnets, Ribbons, Parasolls, Iloisery, Gloves; and all other goods usu- Ily kept in a fancy and staple Dry Goods ouse at least ten per cent lower than ev er before offered. prilO H.G. GARRET, Third St. N. & J. S. DIKE, WHOLESALE GROCERS, At the old stand of M. Andrews & 11AIIKKT STIIEKT, STEUBRN VILLE, OHIO Son, C. T. llOLLOWAY. J. A. MPPINCOTT C. T. HOLLOW AY & CO. Successors to Fbazikb & Diiknnks. WHOLESALE GROCERS. FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, RO0.21. STEUBENVILLE, O. 1. W. MAKDKL. C. HINEMAN MAN DEL & HINEMAN. , ANUEACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap Candles, Fourth Street, between Market & Washington, Steubenville, O Ayril9-ly To Lexington J,o Piqua M'DOWELL & CO., Buohtlbm, Stationers, Paper Dealers, Blank Unnk Manufacturers and Book Binders, DEALERS at Wholesale and Retail, in School, Classical, Medical, Theological, Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, Rulod and Piin r.nn. Post aud Note Piiners. Printing and Wrnnnini? Toners. Wull Tapers aud Borders, House and Fancv Stationery Merchants and others desiring to purchase, will do well to call nnu examine our biock. The highest market price paiu for Kags. M'DOWELL A CO., ',.ril, cwln nf inaket. above Fourth street Steubenville. Ohio. Jan. 1, OJ Fulton Foundry, Steam Engine & Car Factory, WELLSVILLK. OHIO. OTEAM ENGINES, Steam Boats, Steam FVrw Boats, hulk and wooa vrora com plete, steam beilcrs, sheet Iron work, mill ma chinery, anu castings lor gnat u oa iuur nwl on K tu lino I a Vail mflfl PHTB Ul KTCI V lie 1 a 1 1 IVPU bUI nui,i,ii I ! - y , scription made to order. The proprietor oi mis Mtnltlifthmeut havinff twenty-eiL'ht years of practical experience together villi extensive privileges, feels confideut that he can do work a vail anil as intv nfl flnv eoLuuiiniiiuvui. in mo oaur. nr west. All communications will meet with prompt atteutiou. r. v . uaioaii, 9 50 To Day ton...,. ..6 50 650 I To Urbana 575 For through tickets and further information apply at the Depot on Washiagton st, to John T. Neilson A cent. Lafayette Devcuny, General Grelght and Tieket Agent. O. W. Fulton, Superintendent marl-tf I. 0. 0. F. TVTIMROD ENCAMPMENT No. 3, I. O. O. F. mrcts etety second., and fourth Sridays, at G o'clock, p. iu. in Jefferson Lodge rooms, on Third Street, over Garrett's F'ore, Benjamin Pearce, O. P., J. A. Walker S. V John Waggoner, Scribe. Jefferson Lodge No. 6, I. O. 0. F., meets every Tuesday u 6 12 o'clock, p. m., in their hall ort Third street, over Garrett's store. Jas O'Neal, jr., N.O., H. S. R. Trayner, V. G., Geo. B. Means, Secretary. Good Will Lodge No. 143, 1. O. O. F., meets every Thursday at 6 1-2 o'clock, p. m their Hall on Fourth street, over Beatty & Steeluian's store. D. Filson, N. G-, O. M. Thatcher V. G., Win. Arbough.Secretary. Feb. 8. 1855. The Watson House. S WATSON, having almost entirely re furnished and fitted up anew his spaciou hotel iu the town of New Lisbon, is uow pre pared to accommodate the travelling public in ih Wt t.vl. His table will b always fur- nihhtd with tne most cnoice prouucis oi me season, and the treatment of his guests will al ways be such as to give lull ana general saim- faction. Call at the sign of tha UKUSS Kr.is, new ishon. JunelJ. S. COURSEY, BARBER and fashionable hair dresser Raiors set. and all kinds of Surgical in strumeuts put in good order. Boom under the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market st. near the Washington hall, between 3d. and 4th.st april 5th, lsoa- S. L. Sharp, Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist. IEEPS constantly on hands all kinds of manufactured tobacco, cigars and snuff Articles sold by him are warrcuted to be or the riprtt. nnnlitv. fchnn on Market street, south side, one door neiow sixin siruei., auu uiusno building. Steubenville, sept. 19 '55-ly. Sherrow. & Willis Barbers, Would respectfully inform their fnends and the public, that they are ready at al! times (Sabbath excepted) to wait upon custo niers in inoimiie. nuuius uuuu, uu door north of the Norton Hotel. United States House. T W. EARL. Proprietor, comer Mar " ketand high streets, near the Biver.Steu nville, Ohio- " BOOK BINDEKY. AVING in a great measure refitted our Hinderv. wo are now prepared to do all kinds of Book Binding, neatlv and expe ditiously. He pay particular uiiuuuun to the manufacture of Blank Hooks ot all kinds for County Officers, Banks, Uailrouus, Merchants, ccc. Merchants will find our storK oi run and Half Bound Cap Blanks, Cap, Letter, Note and Fancy Papers, Envelopes, Pens Ink and stationery ot all kinus to ne large and they will be sold at reasonable prices. The highest market price paia ior rags. Mcdowell & co., Wholeiale and Retail Booksellers. Stationers and Book Binders, Market St., Steubenville. AMERICAN HOUSE. Corner of Market and Ohio sts. ; (For v'iuerly occupied by John S. Lncey, Lsq.,) Wm. Millqas. Prop'r Cadiz, o. BTThe above named house has been thor fitted and renaircd. and every atten tiou will be paid to Bitpply the wants of the traveling community. 1 nesiauiing m iuigeuu extensive. A liberel share of patronage is re spectfully solicited. WH. Mii.bUA. Cadiz O., inarch 21st '55-tf EAGLE HOTEL, Corner of Third and Adam Streets, STEUnKNVILIiE, OHIO. JOSEPH BLACKBURN has taken this "house formerly known as the "it mnd Corner," and has refitted it up in comforliole style and now asks a share of patronage, mils low ana accommodations equal to dmse who make more pretences. may '55 Saddle, Harness, Trunk and Matrai Manufactory, JOHN N. MYERK. Successor to Geo. Muhon. HAS now in store a large and splendid ssoitment of Saddlery, Harness, Tronks, Hames, Whips, Matrasses, fee, all made of the best materials and finished with the greatest care. He flatters himself that he can oner as great inducement to cash buyers as anv establishment in the west. Patronage re spectfully jilictted. frVKeuieinber the name and place, South Fourth street, two doors below Market. JOHN N.MYERS steubenville, april lfi-ly CARPETS! CARPETS ! ! inn PIECES CARPETING now lv v receiving by Douoiikrtt it aao., consis ting ol superfine and fine Tapestry Velvet Brussels, Three Ply, Ingrain. Venitian, and other carpets, including royal medallion twil led Vcniliar., which we can sell at prices as low as any city in the United States. Call and examine them. DOUGHERTY & BRO. aprlG Third and Market sts., Steubenville FRANKLIN HOUSE. THE PROPRIELOR RESPECTFL- ly bogs leave to inform the traveling public that this house has recently been refitted and completely renovated, and he is now ready to receive guests, it is tne desire and iiitettiinii of the proprietor to give satisfaction to thoso who may favor him with I heir patronage. North 4lh Street, Steubenville Ohio. Former ly occupied bv John Shane. April 9 ' H- M. BKISTER, Proprietor. WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP. IM1E undersigned would respectfully in- form the public that they have ente'ed in to co-partnership, and are carrying on the above business atthestand formerly occupied by H. M.Brister, South 3d St., between .Adams and Market Streets. From their knowledge of tho business, they hope to be able to give satisfac tion to their patrons. A liberal share of custom is respectfully so icited. Jonit Kkndkll, October 27th '55 1-y. A. J. Riynolds. ARRIVAL. AND FRESH STOCK NORTON HOUSE. FORMERLY the "Black Bear" on 4th Street, near Market. Steubenville Ohio. The Proprietors respectfully beg leave to in form the traveling public that this house has rcceutly been thoroughly refitted and complete ly renovated, and they are now ready to receive guests. It is th earnest desire and intention of the proprietors to give entire satisfaction to those who may favor them with their patron ege. A liberal share is confidently expected. C. A. BOWERS, Proprietor October 17th 1855. A NEW r. OF DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, COLORS, etc., etc., Just received at the Medical Hall. This slock i,ut.o,n .nlflctod with irreat care, from a res ponsible house aud all articles are guaranteed to he OI Uie Sl-ICieni puntjr "u ww j".,..(i ,t,Dt Phvaicinn can relv on them: Families - . . T 1 .... I . tli.nl Can rely OU llicraj ueaierscau ibij u n.c..., o..,i ihaniihim can re iv nut. ouir " quality and freshness, but also on the care and caution with which every articlo sold at this establishment is put up. trrPhvii4Aus prescriptions carefully com pounded at all houis of the Day or flight J I ATiirvo vrTTQ MnJ,l Poll May7 Third Street, WASHINGTON HALL, Market Street, Opposite. Public Buildings, Steubenville, Ohio. . WM. MOSSQROVE, Proprietor. The above house has been thoroughly refitted and furnished iu tne most modern style. June 20. Missouri House. WATER STREET, (opposite the Pass enger Depot of the C. & r . ltau- road,) WELLSVILLE, Ohio. WM. WUITACERE, Proprietor. r N succeeding Capt. Crozer in the "Missouri House," the present Proprietor hopes, by attention tn business, to retain tne popularity and patronage which the house so ustly merited under the auspices of his "illus Wholesale Drug House. rpiIE subscribers have on hand a largo and well selected stock of Drugs, Chemi cals, Paints, Dve StnfR Oils, Varnishes, Brush es, Patent Medicinos, Perfumery, Surgical In struments, Daguerreotype stock, Glassware, etc., etc., which they offer very low either wholesale or retail. Deulers will find it to their interest to examine our stock and prices, as we are de termined to sell as low as my house iu the West. Orders promptly executed, aud personal attemion paid to shipping. DRUG EMPORIUM, Market street twodoo' bolow the Jcffersou Branch Bank. HEN1NG b MELVIfl. Steubenville. Jan. 1. 1855. rflO PAINTERS. Wo have received a large lot of Paint Brushes, from thecelebra- d Manufactory of J. G. McKenst a Co., to liich we invite your especial attention. These Brushes are unsurpassed for durability and Brush for painting Roofs of houses, boats, Ac. Also a fine assortment of Blenders, Graining Brushes aud Brick Liners. HEN1NG & MELVIN. Sky Light Tguerrotype Eoom. GW. WISER, respectfully announces to the public, that he has recently refitt ed and refurnished the rooms, corper Fifth and Market streets, in style Inferior to none. He haspered no paiut or expense to make his rooms pleasant, where one and all may take nl, ns lira in visilinir. snd where all who wish r . - ---- . e. - -- . .. . may be supplied wiln uaguerreoiypes oi inn finest tone, true to the life, at 'veiy leasonable rules, and will taks great pains to please all who may favor him with their patronage. ITJ Rooms corner of Filth and Market streets, minvdiately over Ualsted's Shoe Store , Steubenville, Jan, 1, 185V PETER YARNELL, C&Mnet and Venitian Blind manniacturer, . - . ri. I 1 1 . f Third St., above Mantel, oieuoenviue, u., RESPECTFULLY announces to the 1 Public that he is prepared to manufacture to order, on short notice and lavoraois wnu orlutv nf r.nhinnt Furniture and Veni tian blinds. Hs is a practical workman, and flatters himself that he can turn out work In his line that will compare favorably with an; t-a I.hm uvu, ht.an itffiirMfl in this mtrhet. II respectfully asks the public to call and see for theiuselves before contracting for work else- W Uudartsklng attended too on short noflce. mayH'56. PETER YARNELL. rious predecet sor." June 6, '55 AMERICAN HOUSE, NEWARK, O. HAVING taken the largo and convenient three story brick house, at the west corner of the public square, and fully repaired and re lurniBiiea me enure esiaousuiueui, ... .,; I r.ara it tn t ha cnnniilprftt loll of the PUD lie. He assures those who may patronise him that every effort will be made to renoer mwu perfectly comfortable, and that fair Ml? only Mttll tin nha.tt.n rt H rl-HL. 1 1 IB I IB ' ' . - - - wiliravN.,,. ..luTlt'OM public. naiw.w r a tee .f XNewarK, AUg. O, u. ; . CURTAIN GOODS. JUST received splendid Lace Curtains Damask do. at aprl6 DOUGHERTY As BRO'S. UNION MARBLE WORKS. MMULDOON & CO., corner of 4th . and Manet Streets, Keep constantly on hand a large and splendid stocx of all Kinds of marble won, consoling or Monuments! Tomb and head Stones, marble Mantles Ac. They are prepared to execute every variety of desk'n. in the heat nnssibla stvle. WorK will be dune at Eastern prices, and full satisfaction given to customers, ,. Steubenville, janl'55. ' , . Woolen Factory For Rent. HIE subscriber living on Cross. Creek wishes to rent his factory about five miles from Steubenville on the Railroad, either for money or on the .shares, on reasonable terinl. i tin . a . a rv n - w mmmm V Jan. pj.au ot ahuklw until jr. Wholesale and Reiail Grocery, i South Third street, nearly opposite, the Citizen's Rank, Steubenville, Uhio., , aprlO WW. McCAUTY, Proprietor PERFUMERY. Tho Subscribers have now on hand a large and choice assortment of Purfumery and Fancy goods which will be sold very low. ii&flittu xuiiLViw. UANTDE-10,000 bushels good sound Corn, for which the highest marktt prices 27 . 0. T. HOLLOWAY ACo, JUST received a prime lot of W. R' PlioAca Vmiitr ITvanti Taa nlaA Int. ftf.Jtl usWoods Pearl Starch and for sale by , Dec. 5 '55 O. T. HOLLOWAY A CO AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL aud Cathartio Pills, a fresh supply Just received and for sale by .. " Otiria Kklij, may7 Medical Han, A FEW DOZEN of the Electric Oil, just received by Ouvw Kkmj, : Medical Hall, Third 8treet. KEYSTONE STATE, Saponifier .or Concentrated Ley, for making soapans cake of which will make 15 gallons soft soap just received and for sals by OlIvss Kills, . mayr . . ... MedicalHalL THOMPSON HriSNAi "SO N S. Papsr Maanfactursrs, Btsnbsiiville, Ohlti January 1, 1855. .