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Steubenville and Indiana Railroad.
1553. 1S53. Omt Central Boats Between the East and.Wsst, Railroad Connection Between Steuben ville and Pittsburgh Completed! The completion of the River Extension of the Cleveland $ Pittsburgh Rail ! Road, between Sleubenville and Ro ' Chester renders the above route one of the Shortest, Cheapest, Safest and Best lines connecting Jit- . t lantic cities andtht West ! , nPALL ARRANG EMKNT. On and 'after Monday, December 1st, Passenger Trains will leave Steubenriile daily, (Sun- aays excepted) as follows : i nrougn Mail Train at J',UU p. h. , arrives at Kewark at 6.15 o'clock P. u., making irome- uibkj conntcuon wun trains oi inn uentrsi Ohio,' and Sandusk v. Mansfield and Newark Railroads, for the principal towns and cities In tlie North-West, West and South, by one of the fastest, safest and most pleasant routes me union, JiifTCBMi.No Mail Tram leaves Newark at 11.35 a. it, and arrives at Steubenvillo at 5.35 p.m., making immediate connection with trains of the Cleveland fc Pittsburgh Railroad, for rniiaucipuia aim the Eastern cities. Fare as Low as by any Other Route Changt of time of the Cadiz Train , On and after Friday, Feb. 27, 1857, the G Accommodation Train, will leave Stenlmn ville (daily, Sundays excepted,) at 6-25 P. M. jnu arrives ex uadiz at 8-oU r. M. KitTVRKiNo, will leave Cadiz at 8 .10 A. M. and arrive at Steubenville at 10-45 A. M. In both instances making immediate connection with trains of the Cleveland and Pittsburgh E. It. for Pittsburgh and Wheeling. ID For Through Tickets and further infor mation apply at the Depot, Wushiugton street, to Joli.1 T, Nbiisoh, Agent. - 0. W.FULTON, Superinlendant. Lafayixtk Dkvennt, General Freight and Ticket Agent, mar 11 Notice to Shippers and Consignees Via Steubenville and Indiana Bailroad. A DAILY FREIGHT TRAIN (Sun days excepted,) is now running to New ark, leaving this station at 4.40 a. m. Shippers mid consignees will please con clude their shipments and receive their con signments previous to 5 o'clock r. m., as no freight will be received or delivered after that hour. Freights for Cadiz will be received up to the above time. Passengers purchasing tick ets, will hereafter l) carried on the Freight Trains. By order of the Superintendent. LAFAYETTE DEV'JENNV. re aril General Agent. CLEVELAND & PITTSBUROiTlt. lt SPRING ARRANGEMENT. TRAINS RUN THROl'OH TO "WHEELING AND PITTSBURGH. fN AND AFTER MONDAY, March " 9, 1857, Trains will run daily. Sundays excepted as follows : LEAVE CLEVELAND. 7.45 A.M. Mail Train stops stall way stations; arrives at Pittsburgh at 3.25 P. M., Steubenville at 1.55 P. M and at Wheeling at 3.55 P. M. 2.45 P.M. Express Train stops only nt Hud son, Jiavemia, Alliance, Bayard, Saliucville, Wellsville, and Liver pool, Riid arrives at Pittsburgh at D.4IIP.M. 3,15 P. M. Accommodation Train for Raven na ami Whv stations. LEAVE PITTSBURGH. 9.45 A.M. Mail Train stops at Way Stations, arrives at Cleveland at 4.50 P. M ' Steubenville 1,55 P.M. and at Whee ling at 3 55 P. M. S.OO P. M. Express Train, stops at way stations except New Salisbury, East Roch ester, Moultrie, and Winchester, ai , rives at Cleveland At 9.50 P. M. and ' . SleiibeiwiHl" 6.35 P. M., and Whee ling at 7.45. - LEAVE WIIEELINO. 9,15 A. M. Mail Train, stops nt Way Stations, arrives at Steubenville 10.53 A. 51. Pittsburgh at 2,25 and Cleveland at 4.50 P.M. 1.35 P. M. Accommodation Train, Rtops at Way Stations, arrives at Steuben ville at 3.50 P. M., nt Pittsburgh at 8.40 M. and at Cleveland ul. 9.50 T. M UTAcconwiodutioii Tiain leaves Ravenna at 9.23 A.M. Hudunn at 10.00, stops at all sta tions, and arrives at Cleveland at 11 15. (UTAH trains stop at Euclid Street station. TUSCARAWAS BRANCH. Trains leave New Philadelphia 7,45 A. M Dover at 8.05, Waynesburg in 9.25. Arrives at Bayard at 10 20, connecting with train on irtaln line for Cleveland Pittsburgh mid Whee ling. Leaves Bayard at 1.45 P.M., (on nrri- valo'f the tram from Cleveland, Pittsburgh and j Wheeling.) V aynesbnrgh at 2.4.1 P.M. Ar rives at Dover at 4.U0, and Huw Philadelphia at 4.10. No change of Cars between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, and Wheeling and Pittsburgh. Connections. The Trains will con nect at Pittsburgh with tli) Pennsylvania Railroad, for llarrisburgh, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York and Boston. At Steubenville, with the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad, for Cadiz, Coshocton, Newark, Columbus and Cincinnati. At Wheeling with the Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road, for Cumberland, Frod'oricks burgh, Wafhington City and Baltimore. Also with steamers for Marietta, Parkers burgh and points on the Ohio river. At Cleveland, with the Lake Shore and Cleveland fe, Toledo railroads for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Cnr.ada and New York, To ledo,' Chicago. Burlington, Rock Island, Davenport, Galena, Racine, Milwnukie, St Paul and the- North West. " Tickets can be purchased at the offices on the Line, also at all the Principal Offi ces on the various connecting Rands. Fare as law as by any other Route. ' . .' ' J. DURAND, Supc. : ' For Freight or Freight Contracts apply to , -; JOSEPH JOHNSTON, Agent. ' msrH for Co. at" Steuben ville Pittsburgh, Steubenville and Wheel ing Packets. ., ,REGUUR BAIL Y PACKETS. ' Steamer IioR!ai., Cap. Harrt Sholks. ' " Forrst City, Capt. 1). Wat. WILL RUN AS REGULAR DAILY iPsrke.s between Pittsburgh, Steuben He tnd Wheeling, stopping at all interme- uiaie pons. The Diurnal will leave Pittsburgh on Mon day's Wednesday's 4c Friday's, 4at' 10 A. M. Jttiriintf' she 'will The Forest City will also leave Pittburgh on Tuesday', Thurs day's and Saturdays. Retnmirfg will leave Wheeling on Mon leave .'.Wheeling on. Tuesday's Thus day's and SatHrdAy', at li day's , Wednesday's and Friday's at i A. 01 IFor freight or passage apply n board, or to IcDlBUm- J.V. WLLIHUUOD, Agent. '''H' Mm ' . - - - J f j -j- 8. 'L. Sharp, . JViocsal8 and Retail Tobacconist, , KEEPS constantly on hands nil kinds of manufactured tobacco, .cigars and snuff" Article aold by hint are warranted to be of the best quality . ' J "'-'" ' Shop off Market street, aotith side, one door below, aitV street, and opposite Nash's aew bniltjing Illf IHjg.rr ' y Bteubenville, .ovl2-ly, , PltESCRIPTIONS tottMlfhmmn dttd at fed heiiM either day or night by r.;f .v 1 A putrm'-EiLU MiNlieal Hall,. :.k ,''-;! y7 tnil V, )-A s2 (Third 8tnei.iT ' ' .!, ff V ":a fvi: F? B..F PAYNE, M. D. -ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON'. AFFICE on Fourth street, North of v Market, 8teubenville, Ohio. - Dr. Payne will continue as heretofore to give special attention to the treatment of chronic diseases of the lungs, stomach, liver, tc. and all diseases peculiar to females. feb 18, G. H. FULLER, M. D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, TAS REMOVED his office to tho City Library building, South 4th street, near Market. Dr. Fullor will attend to all calls in the line of his profession, and also give special attention to diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Stomach and Liver, also all diseases pecu liar to females. mar'25-tf THOMAS MEANS, A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR at Law. Office, Maiket Street, one door below the Post Office, Steubenville, O. dec3l . - J. W. THOMPSON, SURGEON DENTIST, RICHMOND, O. , QFFICE, Main Street, opposite Ex- change Hotel. IP" All operations warranted.; det24 " JAMES ELLIOTT, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Steubenville, Ohio. Office, North side of Mai ket street above Fourth. aug.201y. DR. S. ROTHACKER, Richmond, .TpfffraAti nniinfv. Oliin. RODERICK S. MOOnt'T. EDWARD 11. X COOK M00DEY & M'COOK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville Ohio, OfRcecornerof Market and Fourth streets, second story. inay21 '55 SAMUEL BTOKELY. JAMES M. SHANE ST0KELY & SHANE. 4 TTORNEYS 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. JOlfN A. BINGHAM. W, K. LLOTD BINGHAM & LLOYD, TTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the corner of Third and Market Rtreets, oppo site the Court House, Steubenville, Ohio. January 1, 1S55. n. MILLER. R. SnRRRARD, JR. MILIER & SHERRARD. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office, Marset Street, oppo site Washington Hull, Steubeuville. Ohio. Prompt attention to collecting and securing claims. Agents for obtaining Pensions and Bounty lands. Land Warrants bought and sold. Marl 9 1H5C ELI T. TAPPAN, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, "STKrBINVILI.E, Onio, ITAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO iA Market Street, nearly opposite the Jeffer son Branch Bank, in the room lately occupied by D. L. Collier and J. R. Meredith, Esq's. apr-W.isab. NORTON HOTTS E . THE UNDERSIGNED would respect filllv linrtf'v tlin trii viillinir rrimmiinitv. J ----- o that he is ready to receive guests, and will take great pleasure in rendering tlietn com fortable, by prompt and careful attention to their demands. It is the earnest desire of the proprietor to give entire satisfaction to those who may favor him with their pa tronage. It is his intention to have his ta ble always furnished with the most choice productions of tlie season. A liberal share ol public favor is most respectfully solicited. U. A. BOWERS, Proprietor. South 4th street, Steubenville Ohio, marH'o7 HAMILTON IRVING HOUSE. JJEWARK, LICKING COUNTY, O. N. B. This house has been leased for a term of years, and entirely refitted and newly furnished. The Proprietor solicits a liberal share nf public patronage, febll T. D. HAMILTON. Proprietor The Watson House. Q WATSON, having almost entirely rc furnished and fitted up anew his spacious hotel in the town of New Jjihlmn, is now pre pared to accommodate the travelling public in the best stvle. His table will ho always fur- "is,ictl W'i,l,t',f. mnit choice products of the itiijiuii, emu Lite Mrni.iiiuill, til IMH gllPSlB Will Bl- ways be such as to give full and general satis faction. Call at the sign of the CROSS KEYS, New Lisbon. June 13. United Sta'es House. 1 W. EARL, Proprietor, corner Mar ket and high stri ets, near the Itiver.Steu nville, Ohio-, Jan. 1, 55. . HARE'S , HOTEL, NO. Vi.i LIBERTY STREET, Mouth of Fifth Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. SAMUEL HARE, Proprietor. rieM9-ly. ST. CLAIR HOTEL, (FORMERLY I'XCRANOK HOTEL.) Comer of Pemi and St. Clair Streets, PITTSBURGH, PA. W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor. C. T. HOLLOW AY. J. A. LIPPINCOTT C. T. HOLLOWAY & CO. Successors to FrazierA Drewev. WHOLESALE GROCERS, F0BWA2DING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, nov.2. STEUBENVILLE, O. S. COURSEY, T1ARRER and fashionable linlr dresser. Razors set, and all kinds of Surgical in struments put in good order. Room under the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market st. near tlie Washington hall, between 3il. and 4th.st. npril 5th, 1855' W. D. Sherrow, Barber, TlTould respectfully inform It is friends ; ' and the public, that he is ready at all times (Sabbath excepted) to wait upon custo mers in his line. Rooms South 4th Street, one door north of the Norton Hotel. Barber Sho p. SAMPSON ; WARFIKLD would re- spectfully inform the pnblie that he has open ed a Barber Shoo, on Maiket st.. StPiibpiiviilo in the under story of M'Laughlin's Building', directly opposite the Washington hall, where he is ready to Wait nnnn niRti.mora t -11 times, (Subbnlhs excepteil,) and would solicit a reasonable snare or patronage. o , . S' WARFIELD. Steubenville, Jan. 28. A. TINDLE & CO. . Wholesale ft Betail Manufacturers ft Lealersn Trunks,' Valises, Carpet Bags and WHIPS Ho. 100 Wood Street, Near, Fifth, .feW f, ;jPTOBraOK. THOMPSON HANNA & SONS. : Paper Manufacturers, SteuDenvhie, Ohio'.' -January 1 1855. '-, "' "'. ;: ' i! Wholesale and Retail Grocery. J South Third street, nearly oVpoif'te 'the Citizen's Bank, Steubenville, 'Ohio. c -aprl 8 My M: e ART Y, Proprietor Steubenville Foundry and Machine Works JOSEPH MIAMS, JAMES MEANS. JR. 610. MEANS MEANS & BROTHERS, MANUFACTURERS Or " ' STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY, And all kinds of 1 Railroad Work, ' And every variety of x IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS. Switches '. Mill Gearing for Saw Wrought and cast Frogs : and Hnst ilills, Car Wheels, various : Shaftings and Pull : eys, sues, Car Pedestals, , . Car Oil Boxes, hubs, Iron Bridges, . , Hack Wheels, Coal car Wheels. : Cast Iron Fronts, ; ' Window caps, Bills ; and coal Vaults. ; Dolts and nuts, cut ; and Turning, Plan Threshing Machines. ! in?. A Screw cutting ILTOar facilities for work are not surpassed bv anr shop in the State, and onr stock. of Patterns being large, all orders for the above work will bo filled promptly and in the best manner. Sept. 12-1X. Fulton Foundry, Steam Engine & Car Factory, WELLSVILLE, OIIIO. QTE AM ENGINES, Steam Boats, Steam Ferry Boats, hulls and wood work com plete, steam beilers, sheet Iron work, mill ma chinery, and castings for grist and saw mills, rail road car wheels, rail road cars of every de scription made to order. The proprietor of this Mtanlishment having twenty-eight years of practical experience together with extensive privileges, fuels confident that he can do work as well and as low as any establishment in the east or west. All communications will meet with prompt attention. P.F.GEISSE, Juno 13. Wellsville, Ohio OHIO FOUNDRY. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED would re A spectfully inform the pubtic generally that he is carrying on tho Foundary business in 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 ; 2 i it n 4, Airtight, " " " 4, Union Large Oven " " " 9, Aurora " for coal ; " 4, Etna " for coal or wood; " 7, Republic lor wood; " 3, Improved elevated oven, for coal ; " 7, Buckeye, for coal or wood ; Large Haloon coal burner ; " Kgg church stove ; No. 1,23, " " 12, Franklin stoves ; " 1,2,4 3t 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 Flow castings ; Three sizes cooking Grates, Casings made to order or. the shortest no tice. All of which will be sold nt reduced prices. O" I nm also carrying on in connection with the above tlie Tin and Copper Business. U" Wareroom, Market street, below the Bunk, Steubenville, Ohio. oci22-ly. WILLIAM L.SIIARP. MARBLE yQ 0 3 '8. CORNER OF 4th AND MARKET STREETS, STEUBENVILLE, OHIO. M. MTJLD00N, fJORNER OF FOURTH AND MAR- Ket Streets, KnepS constantly on hand a large and splendid stocK of all Kinds of mar ble wora, consisting of Monuments, Tomb and head Stones, marble Mantles tc. Ho is prepared to execute every variety of design, in the best possible style. Worn will be done at Eastern prices, and full satisfaction given to customers. Sleubciiville,jan28'57. WOODWELL'S FURNITURE AND CHAIRS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, jMBRACING every kind of Furniture in Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut, suitable for PARLORS, CHAMBERS, 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 hik! Chairs, on reasonable terms. Hotels mid Steamboats furnished nt the shortest notice. Warerootns, Nos. 77 mid 79 Third street, Pittsburgh, Pa. j febl8. Saddle, Harness, Trunk and Matras Manufactory, JOHN N. MYERS, ' Successor to Goo. Mahon. TT AS now in store a large and splendid Rortmentof Saddlery, Hnrnees.Trui das- runks. flames, Hinps, JIatrasscs, &c, all made of tho best materials and finished with the greatest care. He flatters himself tlmt ho enn ofler as great inducements to cash buyers ns any cstablisnmeiit in the wesc. , Patronage re spectfully olicited.. rT-Ueinemberthenamc! and placo, South Fourth street, two doors below Market. JOHN N. MYERS Rteubenviilc, npril lfi-ly W.M M LAl'OHLI! JNO. H-LA tOIH.IX. Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory. IWM. M 'LA UGH LIN & SON, Market Street. Steubenville, opposite the Wash ington Hall, keep constantly on hands a gen eral and extensive assortment of SADDLES, J1RIDLES, HARNESS, CARPET DAGS, TRUNKS, WHIPS, fee., fee, flnbes, horte Blankets, new styles ; Sloigh bells, girths, nets, Ac, all of which they are prepared to sell wholesale or retail. - t. superior stock of Trunks on hand, to which particular attention is directed. Alt articles in tlinir line in storo, or if pre ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the best manlier. Orders solicited, and satisfac lion rendered. ' ' WM. M'LAUGHLIN SON. Steubenville, decl-7. i '56.-1 v. PETER YARNELL, Cabinet and venitian Blind Manufacturer, Third St., above Market, Steubenville, O., RESPECTFULLY announces to the -m Public that he is prepared to manufacture to order, on short notice and favornble terms, every variety of Cabinet Furniture and Veni tian blinds. H is a practical workman and flatters himself that he can turn outwork in his line that will compare favorably with any that has ever been offered in this inr.rket. He respectfully asks the public tocall and see for themselves before contracting for work else where. Undertaking attendod too on short notice. : may H -ati. : , PETER YARNELL. JACKSON'S , ciah;, WATCH, AND JEWELRY' STORE ' Corner of Market and Fifth Streots, 8TEIBKNVIM,E, O. , I ...have JUST. RECEIVED from the ., , Lust, a Splendid Assortment of UOliD AR D SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.1'- OniTABs, Viotins,", and Trimmino roil AH kinds of watcher Clocks, and Jewelry s . repaired and warranted.' NEW SPRING VARIETY GOODS AT WHOLESALE. T IIAVE . JUST RECEIVED A first instalment of 58 cases of Dry and Va riety Uoods. It consists in part of Patent Thread, Slate Pencils , Shoe Thread, Spool Cot ton, . ,' . j ' Sewing Silk, .' ', Handkerchiefs, . Boot & Shoe Laces,' Corset Laces, . Gum Suspenders, , Hooks A Eyes, i . Violin Strings; (, ' Tooth Brushes, . Knitting Pins, . Percussion CapS Fish Hooks, . Shaving Boxes, Rator Strops, Warren's Blacking, Lead Pencils, German Silver Spoons Hair Oils, Envelopes, ' '. M'Lane s Medicines, Hair Brushes, Ivory Combs, Snuff Boies, Hosiery, Gloves,. Ribbons, . Galnons, Needles A Tins, Buttons, Bonnets, Purses, , Pocket Books, Port Monies, Razors, Scissors, Pen and Pocket Knives, Skein Cotton, , Shaving Soap, Whale Bones, Note Paper, Silk Lace, Silk Veils, Also, Muslins, Ginghams, Prints, and a general assortment of Dry and Variety Goods, Violins, Accordeons, and Musical Instruments. A large stock of Gold and Silver Watches, Silver Ware, Jewelry, Ac. The early attention of Country Merchants and others is particularly directed to the above stock. ROBERT COCHRAN, 4Ui street, above Market, Steubenville. aprilinl4v2 K7D0WELL & CO., , Boolcstllrrt, Stationer!, Taper Dealert, Blank Book Manufacturtri and Book Binders, D1 EALERS at Wholesale and Retail, in Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, Ruled and Plain Cap, Post and Note Papers,rrinting and Vrntwinsr Papers. Wall Paoers and Borders. School, Counting-house and Fancy Stationery. Merchants ami others desiring to purchase, will do well tocall and examine our stock. The highest market price paid for Rags. M'DOWELL A CO., North side of raaket, above Fourth street Steubenvillo, Ohio. Jan. 1, '55. Pianos and Melodeons. HAVING OPENED A DEPOT FOR " the sale of Pianos and Child A Bishop's Melodians, the undersigned invites the public to call and examine his instruments. They are of a superior make, second to none, and sold at extremely low prices hence un doubted satisfaction can be given to purchasers; so, come and see before buying elsewhere. A number of instruments always on hand for examination and competition.. All instru ments warranted. Old Pianos taken in ex change. C. MUELLER. Kilgore Clock, Market St., Steubenville julylbtf. WALL PAPERS. Yl'E arc now opening one of the largest " and best stocks of PAPER HANGINGS & BORDERS, ever before offered in this city. The Best Material is used in ttie manu facture of these papers and the styles will he found to be LATE AND DESIRABLE. Our prices are such that purchasers will find it to their advantage to call and exam ine our assortment. TOWN & COUNTRY DEALERS supplied at a small advance of Eastern Prices. The highest price paid for ra"s. Mcdowell & co., Wholesale & Retail Paper Dealers, Mar ket street. Dry Goods Groceries, Queenswaro &c, I EWIS ANDERSON begs leave to in " form the public that he has resumed busi ness iu the room botween Garrectt and Mc!- Cnrlvfn Alnrn nn fliirrt Kt.rnnt. Imvur and nf lUn Market, Where he intends to keep a general assortment of such Goods i s is usually kept in Grocery Stores, the highest price paid for produce, ho hopes by close attention to business and selling low to receive n liberal share ot the patronage ot the City and Coun- fy- ..... . Jan.t!B.'57. LEWIS ANDERSON. ARRIVAL. AND FRESH NEW STOCK L OF DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, COLORS, etc., etc., Just received at the Medical Hall. This stock has been selected with great care, from a res ponsible house and all articles are guaranteed to be of the st'ictest purity and best quality, so that, Physicians can rely on them; Families can rely on them; Dealers can rely on them, nnu the public can rely not only on their quality and freshness, but also on the care and caution Willi which every article sold at this establishment is put up. ILTflivsicinns prescriptions carefully com pounded at all houjs of the Day orNight.rj OUVtt KliJjl.!, Medical Hall. May7 IVird Street. 2ETNA AIR-TIGHTST0VE, " A COOKING STOVE designed for farmers and hotel-keepers, burn in a wood and coal, and guarantied to give satisfaction to purchasers. Also, Live Ouk Large Oven, for burning wood; Star of the West, and Aurora, 1 hese stoves are far superior to any yet introduced fot baking and roasting, in re spect to saving fuel and for durability they are unequalleu. flUnulHClured by A. iSrailley, Pittsburgh. The subscriber keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Tin Sheet Iron, brass ware, self sealing cans, Ac. Persons iu want of anything in bis line will save money by giving him a call. Spouting roofing and all kinds of job work done to order and at the lowest prices. The highest prices paid for old copper and pewter. Store north side of Market three Uoorswest of 4th. J.U.LINDSAY. npril 8 57-ly WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP. THE undersigned would respectfully in- form the public that they still carry on their business at the stand formerly occupied by H. i. orisier, ooutii Jii at., Between jlaiiins and Market Streets. From their knowlmli nf tlm business, they hope to be able to give satisfac tion to their patrons. A liberal share of custom is respectfully so- icited. i Jon KenKi i.. april B,'57 Ly. - A.J. Reynolds. J. W. MANDEL. C. IIINEM AN. MANDEL 6V II1NEMAN, MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap ill & Candles, Fourth Street, between Market &' Washington, Steubenville, O., j ne ingnest market price in cash paid for Lard, Grease, and Tallow." April8, '57 ly. , BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY A FLOTO would respectfully inform me cmr.ens or BtcnhenvWe that he is engaged in the manufacture of Boots and Shoes, ..u m iirt-jmreu io supply io orcior on snori notice. He keens on hand the best material. and hopes to be able to give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patrouaee-i Es tablishment on north Fourth street, opposito me franklin House. ' A, FLOTO npr 1'57-ly . . - ' ORE LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT and NO nun aro. i nave jusurecuvca tiieuyivic uu ana i.amps. The light from this oil exceeds in brilliancy any light made from whale or lard oil, and is Tl....- ' ... ','. t v not interior to camphene, but more dojlrable, ai campnene may expioiie. this cannot. ' Call at the Medical Hall, in the evenings and see it burn. - , . OLIVER KELLS, declO Agent for Jefferson County, I OO bbls LOGWOOD and 60 oxe I- Extract of Logwood just received by el. Lf-'H , HENINO A MEJjVTN, The Greatest Medical Disoovery of the Age. DR. KENNEDY, of Roxbury, has ills covered in one of our commoh PAsruai wseds a remedy that cures EVEUY KIND OF HUMOR, , fmm the worst scrofula down to a common pimplo. , f - He has tried it in over 1100 cases, and never failed except in two, cases.' (both thunder humor.) He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its virtues, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles ate warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One o three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. ' Two to three bottles will clear the system of biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker in the mouth and Btomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of Erysipelas. ' . One or 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 warranted to cure corrupt and running ulcers. One bottle will cure scaly eruptions of the skin. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of ringworm. Two or three bottles are warrantod to cure the most desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to cure the salt rheum. Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scrofula. A benefit is always experienced fronV the first bottle,and a perfect cure is warranted when the nbove quantity is taken. Reader, I peddled over a thousand bottles of this in tho vicinity of Boston. I know the effect of it in every case. So sure as water will extinguish fire, so sure will this cure hu mor. 1 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 iu our pasiures, in somo places quite plentiful, and yet Its value has never been known until I discovered it in 1846 second that it should cure all kind of humor. In order to give some idea of the sudden rise and great popularity of the discovery, I will state that iu April, 153,1 peddled it, and sold about six bottles per day in April, 1854,1 sold over one thousand bottles per day of it, Some of the wholesale Druggists who have been iu business twenty and thirty years, say that nothing in the annals of patent medicines was ever like it. There is a universal praise of it from all quarters. In my own practice I always kept it strictly for humors but since its introduction as a general family medicine great and wonderful virtues have been found in it that I never sus pecicd. Several cases of epileptic fits a disease which was always considered incurable, have been cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercy if it will prove effectual in nil cases of that awful malady there are but few who have seen more of it than 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 pepsia, asthma, fever and ague, puin iu the side, diseases of the spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kidnevs, etc., the discovery has-done more good than any medicine ever known. ' No change of dint ever necessary eat the best yon get and enough of it. Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY, No. 120, Warren St., Roxbury, Muss. Price $1 ,00. -Wholesale Agents. New York City, C. V. Cliukner, 81 Barclay street; C.H. Ring, 199 Broadway ; Rjishtou & Clark, 275 Broadway ; A. II. & D. Sands, 100 Fulton street. General wholesale agents Western Pa. Geo.. H. Keyser, Pittsburg, and Jas. P. Fleming, Allegheny Cily. T, H. Logan, Wheeling, Va. For Bule by R. D. MORRISON, HEN li0 & MELVIN.M. L. MILLER, and OLIVER KBLLS, Steubenville, Ohio. augG. Boyer's Compound Extract of II OR E IIO UN D CANDY!!! PREPARED WITH GREAT CARE A from sundry articles, principally Ex pectorants, or remedies used by physicians for cleaning the throat or air passages, and producing healthy action in those parts. This candy is confidently recommended for Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness, clearing the throat, difficult Expectoration, in ca ees ofPhthysic, Whooping Cough, Chronic Asthma and Bronchitis. It may also be used as a palliative in severe cases of these and Other affections. It is a strong rec ommendation of this candy, that it contains some of the best remedies, in a convenient and pleasant vehicle, in which they can be exhibited to adults and children, who havo an aversion to taking medicines alone. Th invnnter relies on the intelligence of an enlightened public to tost the virtues of his candy, by n fair trial.' He does not pretend that it will necessarily and infal libly ctre all the affections in which ho would recommend its use; but he believes it will bo found a pleasant, safe and useful remedy, in those affections, when they aro not sufficiently acute to require medical at tendance ; and there aro hundreds of such cases in all communities. Manufactured and sold wholesale and retail by the inventer. Fourth St., between Market and Adams, Steubenville Ohio. feh24-:im - JOHN I10YER. , , A LARGE STOCK OF Fall and Winter Goods. SUPERIOR Black and Blue, Brown, CT Olive and Green Cloths. s Extra fine Black French Cassimeres, French fancy Cassimeres. Vestings: bilk, Matin. Grenadines, Plush, Velvets and White Silk Vestings, all newest styles, and be made in the best manner. Shirts, fancy and colors, Undershirts and Gloves, and all other kinds of Furnishing Goods. : Always on hand, Ready Made Clothing, and all very low for cash. J.. LITTLE, Merchant Tailor, nov5 2d door from corner 13d & Mar. GREAT REDUCTION OF TARRIFF, AT THE NEW and FASHIONABLE v Hat and Cap store, at the North West Corner of Market and fourth Streets ; and NO DECEPTION, NO ODDS ,OB ENDS ON HAND, or OLD SI OCK, brushed up from season to season, to palm off on tho unknowing as newly laid in Goods.' Ilia Stock is en tirely now, fashionable, and direct from the Manufacturers, and tbe people are learn- INO THE FACT, THAT GlASHGOw's FASHION- adlf Hat & Cap Emporium, is the proper place to obtain Head Covering at a fair price. . ' Recollect the New Hat & Can Store is at the Corner of Market and Fourth Sts., and the place to get the value of your mon ey. Please call and examine for yourselves . nov.19 .' 857. Spring Stock.' . 1357 fyiK BAGS, OF COFFEE, JI.U 200 boxes of Tobacco, assorted, -20 Kegs ofTwist, 150Half Chests Teas, assorted. ' 140 Boxes Starch. Also Sugars, Molasses, Fish Salt, Splcos, Wooden Ware,' Oils, Nails, Glass, &c, ice, to which wo most respectfully invite the attention ot Dealers. . '. , mar. 18 C. T. HOLLOWAY 6b CO. TURPENTINE, I.-..- fiAsmp mf. , SWEET; OIL; ;.. And LARD OIL. Just received ai the Medical Hall, by fehj OLIVER KELLS. CLARKE'S .FEMALE FILLS. THE GREA TENGLISIIREMED Y PRETAItED FROM A PRESCRIPTION or 1 SIR J. CLARKE, M. D., PHYSICIAN EX- TRAORDINARY TO THB 6.UEEN. ' rTHIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure' of all those painful and dan gerous disorders to which the female constitu tion Is subject. ' It moderates all excess and jemoves ail obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. ' , ; ; TO MARRIED LADIES it'is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring oc the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price one dollar, bears the Gov ernment Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. . ; These Pills should not be takon by females that are pregnant, during the first three months, as they are sure to bring on miscarriage ; but at every other time and in every other case they are perfectly safe Sole Agents for this country, . - L C. BALDWIN & CO., Rochester, N. T.' Tuttle fc Moses, Auburn, N. Y., General Agents. ''' , N. B. $1,00 and G postage stamps enclosed to any authorized agent, will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. For sale wholesale and retail by Hening & Melvjn, Sleubenville, O., aud by Druggists generally, ' decl0-ly AYEIVS CHERRY PECTORAL, FOR THE RAPID CURB OP , Colds, Coufflis, and Hoarseness. l)niMn, Mass., 20th Doc, 1855. I)R. J. C. A yer : I ilo not hcaltate to my the best nunody I bare ever found for Conglia, IIourwDew, lufluoiira, and tlie concomitant symptoms of a Cold, in your Ckkrht 1'tcTonu. Its coiwtnnt use in my practice and my family for tlio last ten years has shown it to possess supe rior virtnes for the trt-atmunt of these complaints. Hlll'.N KNIUUT, M.l. A. 11. MOUTLEY, Ebo.., of Dtica, N.Y., writes : " I have med your Pectoral myself and in my family eror since you invented it, and believe it tlie best medicine for its purpose ever put out. Willi a had cold I should sooner pay twenty-ilve d.liars for a bottle than do without it, or take -any other remedy." Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza. SpRisoriSLD, .Miss., Fob. 7, 1850. . nRCunrii Atek: I will cheerfully certify yonr Pkctorai Is the best remedy we possess for the cure of Wlimpinq Cough, Croup, and the chest diseases of children. We of your fraternity in the Smith appreciate your skill, and commend your medicine to our people. HIKAM C0NKLIIT, M. . AMOS LEE, Esq., Mostkrkt, Ia, writes, 3d Jan., 1850: "I ha1 a totllous Influenza, which confined me indoors six weeks; took many medicine without relief; finally tried your Pectoral by tlie advice of our clemymaD. The first dose relieved the soreness in my throat and lungs; less thnn one half the bottle mado me completely well. Your medicines are the cheapest as well as tho best we can buy, and we esteem you, Doctor, and your reme dies, as the poor man's friend." Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis. Wkbt Manciikstbr, Pa., Feb. 4, IStoO. Sir: YonrCniWRY Pectoral is performing marvellous cures in this section. It has relieved several from alarm ing symptoms of consumption, aud is now curing a man who has labored under an aflectiou of tlie lungs for the lust forty years. HENRY I,. PAKK3, Merchant. A. A. RAMSEY, M.D., Ai.moif, Monroe Co., Iowa, writes, Sept. 6, 1855: "During myprw-tlre of many yean I have found nothing equal to your 1'Htnnt I' scrim a L for giving ease aud relief to consumptive patients, or curing such as are curable." We might add Tolumes of evidence, but Iho most con vincing proof of the virtues of this remedy Is found In Its efTocts upon trial. Consumption. Probably no one remedy has ever been known which cured so many and such dangerous cases as this. Some no human aid ran reach ; but even to those the Cherry Pectoral affords rejief and comfort. Astor House, New Yohi Citt, March 8, 1858 Tioctor Ater, Iiwell: I feel it a duly and a pleasure to inform yon what your Cherry Pectoral has done for my wife. She hwl been five months laboring under the dangerous symptoms of Oonsuniption, from which no aid - we could proetue gnve hsr much relief. She was steadily fnlling, until Dr. Strong, of this city, whero we have come for advice, recommended a trial of your medicine. We bless his kindness, as we do your skill, for she has recov ered from that day. Sho is not yet ns strong as she used to be. but is free from her cough, and calls herself well. Yours with grelittide and regard,. ' ' ' Oil I, A.N DO SHE LI) Y, OF SHET.n WILLS. Oinsimpthfs, do not despair till you have tried Ayer'a UMERur I'eitoral. . It is mnde ny oneni tno nestmeuicni chemists in tho world, and its cures all around Hs bespeak the high merits of Its virtues. ruitaddjiliiix Lttlgtr. .; Ayer's Cathartic Pills. TUB sciences of Chemistry and Mediclno have been taxed their utmost to produce, this best, most perfect purgative which Is known to man. Innumerable proofs are shown that these Pills have virtues which surpass In excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win tin precedeutedly upon the esteem of all men. They are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their pene trating properties stimulate the vital activities of tlie body, romove the obstructions of Its organs, purify the blood, nd expel disease. TheypnrgeoHtthefoulhuniorswliich breed and grow distemper, stiinulnto shtggivh or disor dered organs into their natural action, and impart healthy tone with strength to the wholo systom. Not only do they euro the every-day complaints of every body, but also formidable and dangerous diseases tlmt have ladled the best of human skill, While they produco powerful fleets, they are at tho same time, in dimi nished doses, the safest and best physic that can be employed for children. Being sngar-coated, they are pleasant to take ; and being pnrely vegetable, aro free fmm any risk of harm. Cures have been made which surpass belief were they not sub stantiated by men of such exalted position and charnctor as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certi fy to the public the reliability of my remedies, while oili er) have sent me the assurance of their conviction that my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of my afflicted, suffering fellow-men. The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my American Almauao, containing directions fur their uso aud certificates of their cures, of tho following complaints : , Costiveness. Itilions Complaints, Ilheumatlsm, Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache arising from a foul Stomach, Nau sea, Indigestloa, Morbid Inaction of the Uowols and Pain arising therofrom, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcer ous and Cutaneous Diseases which require an evacuant Slodidue, Scrofula or King's Evil. They also, by purify ing the blood and stimulating the system, euro many complaints which it Would not he supposed they could reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kid neys, Oont, and other kindrod complaints arising from a low stste of the body or obstruction of its functions. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with some other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Ater'I Pills, and take nothing else. No other they can give yon compares with this In it Intrinsic value or curative powers. The sick want tlie best aid there is for them, and they should have it. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEIt, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Man, .: Psicj as Cm m Box.' Fm Boxu ros $ 1. SOLD BY .,- , j Hcnlng & Melvin, Steubenville, . ' J. B. Simmertill, Bloomingdule ; . P. Fisher, Wintcrsvillo ; W. Price fe Son, Smithfield . W. II. Crew A Co., Richmond ; M. O. Morgan, Mt. Pleasant. And all Druggists aud dealers in medicine, everywhere. - sept.3 DELAY NOT, ' Ye who Consider a line Head of Hair TW-ATUrtE'S GREATEST ORNA rnent, but ere it is too late use SANDER'S SCALP TONIC, . which restores the healthy condition of the scalp, causes hair to grow on the bald, and checks any tendency towards its fulling- out and becoming thin. .. . O For sale at the principal druggists, and and by the Proprietor, Sixth Street, two doors below Smithfield ; or at the Mansion House, Liberty Btreet, Pittsburg. . febiS. : DRUGS, DRUGS.I have just receiv ed a fresh supply oi DRUGS, MEDICINES, v , CHEMICALS, Ac, &c. To which I respectfully call the attention of physioinDB and families who wish to supply themselves with pure and unadulterated arti cles. OLIVER KELLS, , feb4. ; . Medical Hall. DRUGS, &cThe undersigned hay ing Jnst received a large and complete stock of Drill's. Paints, Oils, .Dyestnffs Ac. o., desire to call . the attention of Dealers f rhysicians and others thereto. - - -- Our stock was purchased frotKLjlrst hands, and selectod with great cars, by one of the firm 4l The quality of the goods we soli we will guiirantee at alt time, PRICES as low as any house, Westof the mot'Dtains, ' ylif Personal attention paid td shipping. cLU'.Wuii - HENING i MELVIK . GLAD HEWS! Full of Hopt t ;th Afflicted ctf uJ˚. Many of thethbnsand portals of Deatn mar . , , , l:r. ' , . oe ciosea, ana nitt uiuua uuppier and more comfortable to thousands who are now in danger. Doubtless this,. world contains many a balm tof ' sooth its physical woes & cure its diseases. Among those in prominent rank stands " Bowman's Vegetable Compound! SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE for kconsumntion. not only in those milder forms of Throat and Lung Diseascs'such as Colds, Coughs, Quinsey, Difficulty of Breathing, Bronchitis, , Ministers' Sore Throat, Weakness of tho Chest, Asthma, Inward Ulcer. Snittinff of Blood, Influenza, Croup, Wliooping-Cough, pain in the Breast and Side, Hoarseness, Uatarrn and Ustarrii al Affections, Inflaniation of the Lungs, Bleeding of the Lungs and such like. But its supperior excellence is seen and tested in the .more advanced affections of the Lungs. " For the troth of the above state ment and the efficiency of the preparations as an antidote, we refer the public to the following testimonials. .: Language is scarce strong, enough to tell the great power of this wpndcrfrl discovery I The doubting may try and be convinced." The Proprietors point to the following noiA fide certificates with confidence in their influence on the community, they are but samples of the many hundreds of testi monials in our possession s Allegheny, July 19. 1856.1 ' Mr. H. 5f. Bowman Dear Sir : 1 feel it my duty to let you know what your Compohnd has clone for my diuiKhtcr.ar-d wish you topublislb it if you enn in nope that some suffering one maybe induced by 'it,, to try your valuable medicine and be cured., . My duughter was mar ried in 1853 ; and went to Cincinnati to live, where her hufibalid (Jnmes'IIoyt,)' was enga ged in businoss. In six months after her lius biind died, and I sent for her to come horaiv where in four months she was confined and caught cold, which settled on her lungs. It seemed as though we could get nothing to help her. We tried six different rhysicians for over one year and then sent to Jew York to a Cele brated Physieitin there, and she took mmlicioe from him for eight months ; buthe could not cure her. Her cough was fixed and stubborn, and seemed as though it would tear her breast during (he paroxysm of cough, and her breath ing was at times very difficult. Failing to gt relief from Physicians, we thought we would try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,' and she took it regular for seven weeks, but it did her no per manent good. We then tried Sellers' Imperial Cough Syrup, but with nil she still became worse and it seemed as though sho was beyond cure, when one day, my wile was in at one of our neighbor's houses (Mr. Mayness,) and sbn saw them give your Vegetable Compound to one of thliir children lor a cough and she got three or four doses to bring home and try it. After' my daughter had taken it slio breathed a little easier and we sent and got a bottle of it, and when it whs taken there was a mariced change for the better. I then got six t bottles, the most of which she tooK as directed until finrtlly cured it is three months since she has not had a symptom of the old complaint, nnd she is getting as lusty as sho ever was. We all unite in put prayers to God thatyou may bo prospered and that your Vegetable Compound may be the means of restoring health to many, ns it has to one who is dear to us ; we cheer fully recommend it to the public ns the best medicines for Lung Diseases that we cvor got hold of. Try itsuffering one and see. Believe me, my dear Sir to ever rcmni u ' ;l : your earnest friend, , Tuos. LT. Banks. Piuladkuuiia, Aug. 13, 185(5. 1 Lost Spring, while in Pittsburgh, 1 had a bad cold and cough which troubled mo much, and a friend of mine gave me a bottle of Bownnu's Vegetable Compound for diseases of the Throat and Lungs, which I commenced tiiKing and found relief almost immediately. I had taken many things for cough and hourseiies but nev er got anything to help no as it has done, I believe it to be the best autidote for coughs and hoarseness that is out, and cheerfully recouiend' it to the public. Trios. II. Stockton; 1 Pastor of tho 1st P. Meth. Church, Thila.. From Judee Vanhoin, of the District Court- at Cincinnati : OiNcisNATf, May 4, 1850. fur Ttmnpliit.ia mul rni(A nurl tuAVitva it kn. the best medicine out, fur tlio.se diseases, nnd . 1 .T. . . " ' ' Uieo my oi.e i ever goi ro give me nny perma nent relief. It will ci-ue. I recommend it tp. the pulilic an an hnnou and eflident medicine. . - Wm, Vanhoun, Esq. , TO THE 1UJUMCV . . T tmvn lic.,1 Tinn-tnmi'a 'ii,.nlnl,tA ft,mn.H.I . ...... ., , .,, .;,.m,c Vtllll JlUlll in my family for coughs, colds and Minister' unrp llip.inf. niul KnliMVo if. tn ha fl.a knet ll,,nM. - ........... v. .v ... ,liu UC", Lllll, that I ever got fur those coniilaints,-iuid cheer- r..ll l i .. .1.- i.i- iuiiv recuiuiiieiHi lb iu iiiu iiiiunc . , , . V . ': HI. ' Pastor of the Clinton et. M. F,. church,1 June 10, 1850. , . . Cincinnati vt Here is one from the old pioneer Methodist preacher of Ohio, Hev. J. B. Finley : , I believe Eowman's Vegetable'Compound to be the best remedy for diseased Throat and Luirns, of the day. I have tested it, and found it to on the best of nil the 'popular remedies I ever tried, nnd I have tried very innnv. I rec ommend it to the public try it and you -will Do cuuviuceu oi us superiority. .,; Hbv. J. B. Fixlev, . Cincinnati, July 12, 1856. . " ". Hear what the celebrated Dr. Peck says f' ' 1 have used Bowman's Vegetable.Oomponnd for coughs and hoarseness in speaking ; aud believe it to be the best preparation for Throat and Lung complaints I ever got ; I recommend it to the public spesxer and singer as well as those afflicted with Lang. diseases. . ,, i. New Yonc.May 12, '5ti. J. Ttn'." Hear what Dr. Benson, of Cincinnali, says (extract from a letter :) ' ,ij Bowman's Vegetable Compound contains a virtue which is not possessed by any other pop ular medicine in my Knowledge. It does not only smooth the disease over, giving it only temporary relief Wne most of patent medicines,1 but it commences at the root of the diseaseand performs a perfect cure. Q. ,W . Benson, m. p. i Our space will not permit Us to pub isli. any certificates in full hut we would, refer to the following persons whose letters are in our possession cert'fying to its worth,: Rev. -Bishop Mortis1, Cincinnati, Uciv Bobort Walker, do. lie v. Joel White, Econ omy, Rev. John Powell, Portsmouth,' J'ohh L. M'Junkin.Butler, Henry S.Grifllth.Esq Pittsburgh, B. C. Baker, Wheeling, Capt. E. Gordon, Pittsburgh, John T. Combs, do Mrs. Mary Morrow, Aew Brighton, Mrs M. Evans, do., Robert Greenlee, Beaver Isaac Sutherland, Vanport, Mrs. S. A'.Get lys, Freedom, Silas Roberts, MeadviJIeV Henry Smith, New ; Castle, Mrs.1' Saral Lowry', Lawrence Co., Jos; P. Brown; do.'. Miss Martha A. Wilson, New Castle, 'Ex Gov. Wi F. 'Johnston; T. C. Cunninghanr Allegheny City, Isaac Whitesides, do.-, B-,. Marratta, Bridgewater, Rev. Wm. Sniith Louisville, Judge Keys, Cincinnati, Capt Geol Kennedy, Wellsville, James Wiiklnsr Allegheny, J. P. O'Neal, Steubenville, Rev.. Henry Clino, Venango Co., Dr. James ParV sons, Louisville, Rev. John Watkins, Mays Capt. i Jacob Poe, Georgetown, James L Dodds, Butler Co., Ex-Gov Wm. Bigier, Rev. E. Sechon, Louisville. ;. i Sold by A. ROSS, New Castle, Pa J, riA all Druggists everywhere, at 1 per Bottle- HENING & MELVIN, aTe our Ageiits for Stoubonville, I r -i i-- .r Soldatl per bottle, orilx bottles for $X . Call at the Agent, and i get a copy - of " Bowman's Medical Journal,'' and read ItL All orders for the medicine direct to th proprietors, ; BOWMAN & CO., .;' ' UIevr..6ii Larence.;po.4 .V,(fil Agents.' Vonted jn every,', yitlag in: the. United States. I Apply ! by letter ofothefwlse to' the proprietors;" H ov5;ly BOWMAN it CO'."1