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Citizens' Bank, still continues to pay .interest on Deposites. Jan 4, '54 D. Moodeit. .tyWEISER'S Dabobrrean Rooms liave been titled up beautifully- If you want a good likeness call at WEISER'S. P. 8.-Every variety of pictures taken. Price Reduced to 25cts. Room corner of 5th and Market streets. G. W. Weisrr. mayl31j: ft-Ice Cream of the richest and very best quality is to be had at Boyer's during all seasonable 'hours by day and night. Call and try it, it is not hard to take. South fourth Street, where you will have a fair opportunity to meet you r friends from all parts of the city, and perhaps ma ny from the country. 0-We direct special attention to the advertisement of Mr. J. Murphy, in this paper. He has on hand an excellent as sortment of superior carriages and buggys, of the latest and most approved styles, which he offers very low. Call and take a look at them. (Persons desiring anything in the way. of Jewelry, Watches or Clocks, can be suited by calling at Jackson's on Market street, third door above the bank, where they can procure everything in that line. He is also prepared to repair and put in good order musical instruments, together with the above named articles. See ad vertisement, angivehimaalh Commissioner Appointrd. On last Sat urday, the legal authority, consisting of the Auditor, Recorder and Probate Judge appointed Benjamin Linton, Esq., Wells township, 'Jommissioner, to supply the vacancy occasioned by the death of Jo flEPH B. M'Grew. Cool! Delicious ! ! Excellent ! ! ! The Mineral Water dispensed by our young friend Kells, at the Medical Hall is all the above and more too. His supply of rich fruit and cream syrups is of such qual ity that the most fastideous palate cannot fail being pleased. . Try 'em. of 0$-Mr. Wm. Winn, at the Bank Ex change is holding forth every evening in his usual style, accommodating his nurrie rous patrons with Ice Cream, of tho richest and best quality. Everything palitable to tho taste may be hadat Mr. We. specious saloon upon the shortest notice. .1 The River. ' Louisville, May 23. River 8 feet on the fairs, at a stand. St.Louis, May 23. Noon. River rising! slowly. Missouri and Illinois ate reported stationary. The New Establishment op Mr. J. L, M'Devitt. By special invitation, we vi- ited the above named establishment a few days since, and was highly gratified to see that our energetic little friend, had so ad mirably succeeded in his undertaking. His building" is 85 feet in length by 45 in width, 3 stories high, the walls heavy and thoroughly grouted, making them nearly as solid as if ihoy were lomposed of a single brick, and his light most briliant, b?ing tut ficient for all purposes for which good light is necessary. His roof is a little ahead of anything in the city. " It is fire-proof," " water-proof,," and " weather-proof;" put on in the best manner, by Messrs. Warren and Co., of Pittsburg, and' has been sufficiently- tested during the past winter and present spring, to satisfy the most incred ulous that it is all it was represented. The lower or first story is intended for the machine Bhop of Mr. M'D., and thej engine room, the second and third for man ufacturing purposes, which will be for rent as soon as the necessary shafting can be put, up. Of these two rooms we would say that without doubt they are the best we have in the city extending the full length and width of tho building, high, pleasant, and well aired. To a person desiring to engage in a business that requires such rooms, in connection with good power, he cannot fail being suited by calling on Jim my, who will take pleasure in showing his establishment, and giving all necessary information. The engine is a beautiful piece of mech anism, 5 feet stroke, 12 inch cylinder, with " poppet cut-off," highly finished and sub stantially put together. The boilers are 20 feet long by 42 inches in diameter dou ble fiued. On the wholo, it is ono ofthe bcBt gotten up establishments for manufacturing pur poses, in the west, and with the facilities offered to manufacturers, to locato in this city, it will not long be unoccupied. Jimmy is certainly well fixed in his pre sent position, and has as one might think all that is necessary to make a man con tented, but he informs us that there is still one thing wanting, aiid that want must ba supplied. Now, Girls, Jimmy wants you. to help him out of this dilemma. What do you say ! you will do so won't you! go right to work, with all your might and help him get a wife. CikpiifljUY From Whihington. Washington May 23d. the number of applications for Foreign appointments particularly for Consulates, continues to increase every day brings hither both individuals and letters, strongly recom mendatory or these offices. The Presi deuthas declared to his friends that the business, greatly embarrasses him, partic ularly as he cannot grant one in ten of the applicants. lo doubt the appoint' ments will be made gradually ; he having the entire summer before him for that purpose. It is positively stated that none will be sVinmarily re-called, and the great est delicacy will be observed towards the present incumbents. This programe has caused much disappointment to those who expected an entire change , during the en sums month. It is not true that Gov. Wright, of In diana, or any other person has been selec ted for the (iovernorship of Utah. J he difficulty exists in finding a man suitable for the emergency. The Marshal of the District of Colum bia has given notice to Mr. Blanchard, one of the Printers of the National Era, nd David A. Hall of his intention to sell their property to pay the bail forfeit ed by Gen. Chapline, who was charged with abduction of slaves from this Dis trict. Iunman, the California hunter, presen ted the buck-horn chair to the President this afternoon in the East-room, in the presence of a large number of spectators, among whom was Gov. Dickinson. - An 100 acre land warrant has been is sued from the Pension office, to Lewis McLane of Md., the Secratary of War under Jackson, and subsequently Minis ter to England, for services in the war of 1812. Transportation, Markets. Cincinnati, May 23. Flour $7, 15a 7,25 for Superfine. Whisky 30c. Baltimore, May 23. Flour $7,12. Wheat white 98c; red 70a73c, Corn lower; opened at 8Ga88c for white, and 88a91c for yellow. Whisky 34ja3Gc. New York, May 23. Flour heavy ; sales Southern at $7,30a7,G5. Lard 14$c. Whisky 35c. 8TETOEHVILLE BET AIL MAEKET. True American Office, SteubenvilU, May 27. Butter, good table, ft ; . . . 18c Cheese, new milk, 'ft lb 15r Eggs, $ doz 10 Beef, by the quarter, $5,507,00 fresh, fib 812 corned " " 8.t&Uo - dried " " 15c TotV,W lb 78c " salted, $ lb 10c Haras, f lb 14c " sugar cured 16c Shoulders and Sides 1012c Veal, f lb... i7c Mutton $ ft 58c Lamb V quarter...' 5075c Lard $ lb 1212c Chickeus, each, 1518c Wood, per cord, $22,50 VEGETABLES. . Beans, f Peck 50(tH5Cc Hominy, $ quart, Ac Potatoes $ pecs 5()c Ouioos, m peck, 25c UR0CEBIE8. Sugar, brown, $ lb.'. '. 14c crushed, f ft 18c Ma Die suirar...... 18 Coffee, old Java. lb 18c " Rio " 14c lea, young hyson, f lb 50c80 bfnek, oolong " 5075c Rice, lb, 8c Salt retails at $2,252,5c Flour, extra, $ bbl,. ,00 Fine and superfine,. . . r $7,50 Hay, per ton, good common, $8,50 " good Timothy 48,50 GRAIN. M. Gkisrliian is paying $1,15 for white w neat. $i,iu ioriteu. NEWRYE-62cts. CORN Shell 55 cts. Office on Fourth street, one door north of the run lain House. 07-The Court of Common Pleas has been in session in this city, since Tuesday, tho 10th inst., Judge fiostwick presiding. Uusincs's has been despatched with great facility. It is to be presumed that tho docket will be cleared of nearly all the old cases which have been continued from year to year, to tho great injury ofthe par- tics in litigation. Never have we been favored with a Judge in this district who evinced more solicitude to dispose ofthe business for which courts are organized, than the present incu.nbent At the same time nothing is hurried over carelessly, parties huve ample timo to be heard by their counsel, but counsel find it very important to be in their place at the proper time, and to present their cases in proper manner. "Steubenville, can per haps boast of the strongest Bar, in the state ot unio, out a little more promptness in the preparation of cases would do no inju ry to the best lawyer in the city, and we are quito sure it would be a decided advan tage to clients. SHERIFF'S SALE. Ml. Pleasant Branch Bank of the State Bank of Ohio, vs. Enoch Harris et al. D-Y VIRTUE OF TWO WRITS OF "Vendi Exponas issued outtf the Court of Common Pleas 01 Llelmont bounty, dated April 14th, 1857, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue and outcry at the house of James Hague, in the Town of ilt. Pleasant, on WEDNESDAY, THE 10th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1857. at one o'clock P. M. of said day, the fol- owing goods and chatties, to wit: 23 boxes of Stereotype plates (Elwood's Sacred History,) 300 setts (2 vols, each) of Elwoou s Sacred History, one grey Horse, one wluto Mate and one buggy. lcrms of sale, cash. JAMES II. BLINN, Sheriffs Office May 2G. Sheriff. flOUGH MEDICINES. Dr. Keyser's Pector- V al 5yrup cures Uouglis ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures Colds j Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures Inllu enza; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures Bron chitis : For Laryngitis, take Dr. Keyser's Pector al tsyrup j For Incipient Consumption take Dr. Key ser's Pectoral Syrup ; For cold in the head take Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Svrup ; . Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures sore throat ; D r. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures Quin zys Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures old Coughs 5 Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures all kinds ot diseases ofthe lungs and breast ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured John C. Little of an old cough ; Pr. Keyser's Pectoral Sprup cured Lecky Harper of tho Post" in half a day ; Pr. Keyser'B Pectoral Syrup cured Wm. Hill in one night ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured Jos. S. M. Young, in twenty-four hours 1 Pr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrgp cured the Cashier of the Deposit Bank ; Pr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured tho ed tor or the Wanhington Examiner t Pr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured J. P. Barr, Esq., formerly editor of the Chron icle 1 Pf. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures every one wno takes It for coughs, colds, in fluenza, and hoarsoness. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle. (Prepared and sold by Dr, Geo. H. Keyser, wholesale Druggist, No. 140, Wood street. Pittsburg, Pa., and sold by Hening & Melvin, Steubenville, fob 18, 1857 .- ., J3T TOOTH-ACHE is instantly cur, ed by a few drops of Dr. Keyser's Tooth, ache remedy. Prepared by Dr. G. II. Keyser, 140 Wood St., Pittsburg, and for vie by Hening Melvin at 25 cents per bottle,. , ."''' . fcbi9 Pittsburgh and Steubenville Rail road. The Zanesville Courier of Fri day , 111 speaking of this improvement, states some facts, which perhaps are not generally known to our renders, to wit: That the Pennsylvania Railroad company have leased the Pittsburgh and Steuben ville road, for tho term of twenty years The heavy work on the road is co.nple ted with the exception of the biidge over the Monongaliela, at Pittsburgh and the one over the Ohio, at Steubenville These are under contract, and the whole line of connection from Philadelphia to Cincinnati, it is expected, will be in run ning order lor the (all trade. The per fection of this arrangement, together wit! we advantages it lias gained in securing the use of the Central track from New ark to-Columbus, will make tho Steuben ville & Indiana Railroad a very formida ble competitor with the Central Ohio for through business. Herald. Evansville, May 23. Steamers .Merrjphis, Reliance, Arctic, Hickman, Alvin Adams, Wm. Dickson, Northerner, passed down to-day. Endeavor, Fashion and National passed up. New Advertisements, CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R. SPRING ARRANGEMENT. TRAINS lUffl THSOCOH TO WHEELING AND PITTSBURGH. ON AND. AFTER Widnsday. April 22 1857, Traina will leave daily Suudays cxeeptedl as fallows 7.45 A.M. Mail Train stops at all way stations : arrives at, nuBuurgii at xmo SI., . Steubenville at 12 54 P. M., and at Wheeling at 2.06 P. M. 2.45 P.M. Express Train stops only at Hud son, Itavenna, Alliance, Bayard, Salineville, WelUtville, and Liver pool, and arrives at Pittsburgh at 8,41) P.M. leaving Steubenville at 4,44 1M. I 3.15 P. M. Accommodation Train for Raven na and Way stations. LEAVE PITTSBURGH. 9.45 A. M. Mail Train stops at Way Stations, arrives at Cleveland at 4.50 P. M., Steubenville ' 12,54 P.M. and at Whee ling at 2.06P. M. 2.00 P. M. Express Train, stops at way stations except New Salisbury, East Roch ester, Moultrie, and Wincheftter. at- rives at Cleveland at 9.50 P. M. and Steubenville C.35 P. M-, and Whce . Iinirat7.48. LEAVE WHEELING. 9.15 A. M. Mail Train, stons at Way Stations. ' arrives at Steubenville 10.41 A. M. Pittsburgh at 2,25 and Cleveland at 4.50 P.M. 1.35 r. M. Accommodation Train, stops at Way Stations, arrives at Steuben ville at 3.50 P. M., at Pittsburgh at 8.40 p. M. aud at Clcvelaud al 9.50 P.M. 03 Accommodation Train leaves Ravenna al 9.8 A. M. Hudson at 10-00, stops at all sta tions, and nnives at UieveuuiU at 11. la. a. h, SIT All trains stop at Euclid Street station. TUSOAltAW AS BRANCH. Trains leuve New Philadelphia 7.45 A. M Dover at 8.05, Waynesburg"at9.25. Arrives at Bayard at 10.20, connecting with train on . t- t f-il I I .1 , tin main line tor uieveiuuu riusiurgn ana Hee ling. Leaves Bayard at 1.45 P.M., (011 arri val of the train from Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Wheeling,) Wayncsuurgh at 2.43 P.M. Ar rives at Dover al 4.00, mid New Philadelphia at 4.10. No change of Curs between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, and 11 heeling and Pittsburgh. Connections. 1 lie Irains will con nect at Pittsburgh with the Pennsylvania Railroad, for llarrisburgh, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York and Boston. Al Steubenville, with the oteubenville and Indiana Railroad, for Cadiz, Coshocton, Newark, Columbus and Cincinnati. At Wheeling with the lwti more & Ohio Rail Road, for Cumberland, Fredericks burirh, Washington City and Baltimore. Also with steamers tor marietta, raruers- burch and points on the Ohio river. At Cleveland, with the Lauo snore anu Cleveland & Toledo railroads for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Canada and New York, To ledo. Chicaso Burlington, lloclc Island Davennort. Galena, Kacine, Milwaulue St Paul and the North West. Tickets can be purchased at the offices on the Line, also at all the l'rincipal Olti ces on the various connecting Roads. Fare as low us by any other Route. J. DURAND.Supc. ' For Freight or Freight Contracts apply to - JUSWH juaaaiuiM, Ageni. ap29r for Co: at Steubenville BROADWAY GOLD PEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, OFFICE NO 835 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Fourth Quarterly Sale of Gold and Silver watch es, Gold Watch Chains, Lockets, Bracelets, &o. fto. AGENTS WANTED. LIST OF RETAIL PRICES, &c. ni,i Pr. ' , .1.0(1 Gold Pen and silver bolder. , . . .2,(10 Gold Pen aod double extra silver holders. .3,00 Mammouth . do . do do...4,00 Levjathan do do do.... 5,00 Tountain Pen. desk holder . .3.00 do.. ...5.00 ...2.00 ...5,00 ...3,00 ...4.00 ...5,00 .1:2,00 Mammoth do Engrossing Pens Leviathan and Box.... Gothic Silver case and Pen do Engrossing do Gothic Mammoth ....do Gold Tooth Picks do Tooth and ear Dicks J,(0 Pencil, Watch Key, aud Tooth Pick 3,00 Ladies Gold Peucels 2,00 do do do 3,00 do do do 4,00 do do do with Pen 5,00 Gents Gold Cases and Fens 8,00 do do do do 10.U0 do Gothic do do 12,00 and all other kinds of styles at the retail prl ces. To the nurchasers 01 our Pens W3 present a numbered Ticket on every dollars worth pur chased, which entitles the holder, by an extra Davmeut ot 25 rents on each ticket, to a pre mium varying in value from 1 to 100 dullars. The Drcmiuras consist of variovs articles of Jewelry, viz: Gold and Silver Watches', Silver Goblets, Silver rruit uasitets, uoia uuara Chninn for ladies, Lockets, Bracelets, Genl'a Gold Fob and Vest Chains, Thimbles, Breast pins, ear Drops, Studs, Kings, Crosses, &c. dec, none of wiiicn sell lor less man one uoi liir. Cniintrv nurebnsers mav rely on beinu as fairly dealt with, as regards the prizes as if thev themselves were present, VVff liuva hncn in niiiTfll inn throe years and thousands have bought of us, and we have never learned that any one was ever masons fied. This plan affords every opportunity of obtaining a gold watcu or some arucie oi jew elry, tor a inn me sum. uur puus, pencil ca ses tc, are manufactured by ourselves with great care, and we offer tbcm at precisely the same puces asKeu in an uuiui nwi m mo city. To ascnts we offer tho most advanta geous offers, and any energetic person can do well by working far us. we wish agents 111 every place in the country, and pernors who would like to become sucu win piease to au dress us. and we will send them printed circu lars of prices, terms, &0 we have no stateu Deriods for distribution. The moment a pea is purchased, tne purcnaser is enuiieu.10 receive Ula JJieilllUUI Ull LUC JJttjriuwuu Vl wuhjs,i All orders by mail should be address ed MERRICK, BENTON .& DEAN, 335 Broadway New York. N. B. Gold Pens rcpointed in a superior manner. Forward the pen and JD cents P. O, -stamps, and the pen will be repointed and returned post paid. dnios. Lira INVIGDRATOR PREPARED BY DR. 8ANFORD, 13 A GREAT 8CICTI- no bui uueorerr, oa M daiir working eon unw loo nmt to btlim. Ileum u if b? mafflo. tf At Mi i!om firing twuU, and wldom mora thin on bottlo u ro qairad to can any kind of Liter Complaint, from tho wont jaonaice or iyrfi o a common neadacba, all 01 wuoo . an th result of a Ditaaai Liter. Ilia Liver U one of the trinclml mmliton of the human body, and when it perioral ita function! well the poweri of the tjitem are fully dereloped. The atoavica ll almost entirely Q"3, dependent on the healthy action of the Liier tot the P"" proper performance of iu function!. When the itom- ach ii at fault, the boweli are at fault, and the whole erstem nffori in eonu. quenee of on organ the Liver baring oaaaed to do Ita duly, lor tne smeaaos ot that organ, on of the Dr ooriotori haa made it hli etudv. in a urmetiM nl more than twenty yeara, to And some remedywhere with to counteract the many deraagemcuta to which it la liable. To prora that thUre- UiJmedr In atkjtt found, anr pewon troubled with Liver Complaint in any f ita forma, haa but to try a f bottle, and eonrioPoQ 1 certain- A compound haa been r-K formed brdlitolvlnrtumi and extracting that part W which ii noluble for the ao tire Tirtuei of the medl- lj cine. These guma remote aU morbid or bad matter from the system, supply ing in their place a healthy j- flow of bile, Inrigorstiug the stomacii, causing roou r- to digest well, purifying the blood, giving tone and t health to the whole machi nery, removing the causes of tha di-ease, and effect ing a radical cure without any of the disagreeable after effects, felt by using Calomel or Mineral Poison, was is usually resorieu to. On dose after eating is sufficient to relieve the stomach and prevent the - food from rising and sour '"only one doe taken be- for retiring pre rents nightmare. r-rl Unlv one das taken at r"l night loosen th bowel gently, and cure costive- j Dws. Uneausetaitenattereaciir meal wiu cur Dyspepsia. jJ-One dose of two tea-. . snoonsful wiU alwavi re lieve Sick-Headache. p-"1 On bottle taken for fe- male obstruction remove the cause of the disease, land makes a perfect cure, only one aose immedi- ately relieves UhaUc, while One doe olten repeated Is a sure cur fur Cholera Morbus, and a preveuta- tive of Cholera. One dose taken often If J will nrevent the recurrence of bilious attacks, while It relieve all painful feel-tag"- - Mruniy onB Dome is noetied to uirow out or tne rstem the effects of medi- mm cine kffer a long aicknetis. One bottle taken for O."" Jaundice removes all Yel lowness or unnatural color f-! from the akin. One dose taken a short time before satin? rive vigor to the appetite and mJ makes food digest well. line aose oiun repeaiea cures chroma inarrnoea In its worst forms, while summer and bowel com- piainia yieia almost w iu nrsi aose. line or two aoses cures rz- aiucxs causea oy worms, ' 1 ren. there is no surtir. sif 1857. H. G. OAEHETT. . . 1S57. Has just received and now opening, a large and beautiful stock ot. Bpnng sna fonBistini in part of Plain Black Barred " Striped . Figured " Fancy dress " Silks, Brilliants plain and Fancy, r . mwamS a. a llUWH8 IU v- -iety, .'Crape, Pe. Espang, lrv.. ..t...., Black, all Wool, De-j-"- , gort . Bareges. . , f pl - Fancy, colored .Dc- tri d la'"8. H.inn table cloths. cruvellies' "t Poplins, Plain and T . . Tiincn. ; . striped cliallies ,!Bleached Muslin , Plain, tyd and col d ,.ck , , . sw.ss Linen, Shee -Icheckf6 "ffi Uw.de "iStella shawls, Pillow cassing, ;Ca8hmere, . Also a general assortment of French and, F.nglish cloths and cassimeres, all colors, qualities and prices casinetts, pant Lin-: en, cottonades. Lasting drab, deta and a variety of othergoods for men and boys.wear too tedious to mention Bonnets, ribbons, - Hosiery, Gloves, mitts, collars, SlU and . Linen Handkerchiefs &c, 4-c, The above goods will be sold to suit tne times. tor cash. -f ap.l5'57-ly II. G, GARRETT. ' Circulation One Hundred Thousand Copies Weekly. ONE DfiLLAK A YEAR. while for worms in child- or or speedier remedy in the world, aa it now oils, There is noeiaggeratlon -i in these statements; tney are plain sober facta, that we can give evidence to prove, while aU who u-e ZA2 it are giving their unan imous testimony in It's favor. Among th hundreds of Liver KeuieJIos now offered to the public, (here are none we can so fully recommend a Dr. laulord's Inrigorator, so generally known now throughout the Union. This preparation I truly a Licer Indguwxtiir, producing tho moat happy results on all who use it Almost innumerable certificates have been given of the great virtue of this medicine by those of the highest standing in society, and we know it to be the best prepara tion now before the public. Uudton County Democrat, riUCI C DOLLAR nB BOTIU. UNFORD CO., Proprietors, 345 Broadway,' New York. JtSTNAMES OF AGENTS. Oliver Kells. Agent for Steubenville. John D. Paihj, Cincinnati, and Geo. II. Keyser, Pittsburg, Wholesale Agenls. may 13"57-ly-cl)ly. Steubenville and Indiana Railroad. 1857. 1857, Great Central Route Between the East and West Railroad Connection Between Steuben ville and Pittsburgh Completed ! The completion of the River Extension of the Cleveland Pittsburgh Kail Road, between Steubenville and rit tsburg renders the above route one of the Shortest, cheapest, oqjesi and Best lines connecting At lantic cities and the West! SPRING Arrangement. On and oftor Worlnnailnv Arnn.22 1S57 Fnssenper rotna Will AtlVA SI Oil hot, V 1 1 1 A flfll V. fSlin thi inimnv. n.- m.-.. f ,v.v rv- - 'iiKULi i.vui iio. .., io idRo cuuci on days excepted) as follows : flloncav. ADfll ZJ. Loot. Thmnn i M "ra n at 1'2.4U p. M. . arrives 15 Express Train leave Cleveland for at Newark at 6.55 o'clock p. m., making immo Itli Rrfibiirrr. Rtnnn nr. nil wav ntntinna diate connection Willi trains ot the l'Chtrcl Hudson Cuvahorra Falls, Akron. N. Ohio, and Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Cleveland, Zanesville & Cincinnati R.R. Railroads, for the principal towns and cities in the North-West, West and South, by one of the fastest, safest and most pleasant routes in the Union. Rktuusinq Mail Train leaves Newark at 11.30 a. H- and arrives at Steubenville at 4.35 son. fjuvanoEra fails, Aaron, jew p.m.. makiiiEr immediate connection witn trnins Portage, Clinton, Bristol, Orrville, of the Cleveland fc Pittsburgh Railroad, for Jidinburg, Fredericksburg,Lafayette, i nuaueipuia anu me aasiern run's. J rain Portage, Clinton, Bristol, Orrville, kdinburg, i redericksburg, Jjatayette and reaches Millersburg at U..40 p. in 6,45 Accommodation Train leaves Cleve land, stops at all way Stations, Hud 25 WITNESSES; OR THE FORGER CONVICTED. JOHN S. DYE IS TUB AUTHOR, Who has had 10 years experience as a Lank er and l u bustier, ana Autuor ot a scries of Lectures at the Broadway i au-ernacie., when for 10 successive nights, over (IT50,000 Peopleo Greeted him with ltouudu of Applause, while he exhibited the manner in which counterfeiter execute their frauds, and the su rest and shortest means of detecting them! The Bank note engravers all say that be is the greatest judge of paper monej living. GREATEST DISCOVERY of the Pre- sent Century for DETECTING COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTES Describing every genuine bill in existence, and exhibiting at a glance every couuterfeit iu circulation ! 1 Arranged so admirably, that REFERENCE is EAS eud DETECTION INSTANTANE OUS. ICTNo Index to examine, no pages to hunt up. But so simplified and arranged, that the merchant, banker and busiuess man can see all at a GLANCE. English French and German. Cheap and Fashionable Clothing 1, i . JONES HOMAYER'S; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT. Market st. Three Doors above Fourth, . STEUBENVILLE, OHIO, The beat assortment of Beady Made Clothing, , Hats and Caps ever offered in Steubenville. THE undersigned has just receivdd and is adding weekly to his large and gen eral assortment of Ready Made Clothing, the latest styles as they come oat, to wnicn , ' he directs the attention of his mends, and , the public, assuring them that he is pre pared to sell every description ot goods, at prices lower than has ever been purchaBetl . in this section of the slate. In point of style,.quality or durability, his Goods carv not be excelled in this or any otner nea- tern Market. His prices are uniform, ant) the public may feel confident that they will ; at all times receive the won ot uieir money. It will be to the interest ot aft to call.. and examine before purchasing elsewhere, ; as his Clothing is made to order, he isat- : isfied that he is able to sell better goods -at lower prices than any house in the city. J. HOFMAYElt, Market street,. ; three doors above Fourth, Steub. april 22-ly. ' ar- Spring and Summer Stock OF Fancy, Variety Goods, Jewelry &c, AT WHOLESALE. HTHE UNDERSIGNED, has just re ccived, and opened for the inspection of purchasers, a large, full, and elegant assort ment of Fancy, Variety Goods, Jewelry, Ac, which he purposes selling at a fraction above first cost. The stock consists in part, of: Slate Pencils Patent Thread, Shoe Thread, Spool Cotton, Sewing Silk, Handkerchiefs, . Boot & Shoe Laces, Corset Laces, Gum Suspenders, Hooks & Eyes, Violin Strings, Tooth Brushes, Knitting Pins, Percussion Caps, Pish Hooks, Shaving Bootes, Razor Strops, Warren's Blacking, Lead Pencils, - . German Silver Spoons Hair Oils, Envelopes, . M'Lane's Medicinqs, Hair Brushes,' Ivory Combs, Snuff Boxes, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons,' Galoons, . Needles dt Pins, Buttons, Bonnets, , Purses, . Pocket Books, Port Monies, . Razors, scissors, Pen and - Pocket Knives, Skein Cotton, Shaving-Soap, . Whale Bones, .; ' Note Paper, Silk Lace, and readies Millersburg ut 1.2(3 a.m. . KETUKMISG C.40 Express train leaves Millersburg, stops at all way stations, Lafayette, Fredericksburg, Edinburg, Orrville, Bristol, Clinton, JNew Portage, Ak ron, Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, and arrives at Cleveland at 11. IS a.m 3.00 Accommodation train leaves Millers burg, stops at all way stations, La fayette, Frekericksburg, Edinburg, Urville, Bristol, Clinton, Mew Por tage, Akron, Cuyahoga Falls, Hud son, and arrives at Cleveland at 9 50 p. m 9.30 a. m. Express going north, meets Ac commodation going south at Cuyalio ga rails 7.10 p. m. Express going south, meets ac commodation going north at Akron. S. PISKIUJNS, mry 27 President and Superintendent. JOHN MURPHY. WAGON AND CARRIAGE MAKER, Corner of Washington and 4th sts. . Steubenville, Ohio. QAll kinds of repairing attended to on tne shortest notice. (.may Zi-rfm-q Tavern Stand, Store House, and Dwel liner for Sale rpiIE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his Steubenville House fine run of custom. elude their shipments and receive their con Also, tho store house adioimng, on the siernraents previous to a o clock p. m., as no corner of third and Washington streets, freight will be received or delivered after that an A n lurollinrv rimioa nlimninnp tfia loaf I llOUT mentioned house on Wash ington Street. Freights fr C" "'r"?!0 ..... .. . . I tlin ahnve time, rassencers nurcnasinir tick- , or .urtne parttc J .eeoi -( - - f The Cadiz Leaves Steubenville atG-25 P. M. and rives at Cadiz at 8-50 P.M. Returning, will leave Cadiz at COO A. II. and arrive at Steubenville at 8.18 A. M. ET For Through Tickets and further infor mation npply ak the Depot, Washington street, to A. S. Parks A (rent. G. W. FULTON, Superintendant. Lafayettk Deven.nt, General Agent. - apr20 Pittsburgh, Steubenville and Wheel ing Packets. REGULAR DAILY PACKETS. Steamer Diubnal, Cap. Habry Sholes. " Fobest Cur, Capt. B. Way. WILL RUN AS REGULAR DAILY Packets between Fittsburah, Steuben ville and Wheeling, slopping at all interme diate ports. The Diurnal will leave I The Forest City will Pittsburgh on Mon- also leave Pittsburgh day's Wednesday's ft j on Tuesday's, Thurs- Thus each may read the same in his own native tongue. - MOST PERFECT BANK NOTE LIST PUBLISHED, Also a List of All the Private Bankers in America. A compluto Summary of the finance of Eu rope aud America will be published in each edition, together with all the important News of the Day. Also a series ot INTERESTING STUKIES. From an old manuscript found in the East. It furnishes t lie most complete history ot ORIENTAL LIFE. Describing the most perplexing positions in which the Ladies and Gentlemen of that coun try have been so often found. Ihese stories will contiuue throughout the whole year, and will prove the most entertaining evei offered to the public. 0Furnisbed weekly to subscribers only, al $1 a year, All letters must be addressed to jutm u. DiR.iiroKer, Publisher and Proprietor,70 Wall Street, N. York. april 15,'57'ly Friday's, at 10 A. M Ketuming sue will leave Wheeling on Tuesday's Thusdn and Saturday's, at 71 A. Al. day's and Saturdays. Returning will leave Wheeling on Mon day's Wednesday's and Friday's at 1 A.M For freight or passago apply on board, or to loblBUm J. JJ. COLUHtlUUD, Agent, Notice to Shippers and Consignees Via BteubenviUe ana Indiana Bailroad. 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. " A DAILY FREIGHT TRAIN Sun avern stand, situate on tnird street, v . ,j , , , ,v , , , ., T 1 I aUVIS CAUUI1MSU , J IS UVn IIIUNIUK w ot , 0 known as the " Buckeye v i,JinW th . .t inn t am a u ." It is in good repair, and has a s'hinnera and consignees will please con may 27 JACKSON'S Jewelry store is the place to get good goods at reasonable prices. livery article guar anteed as represented. Trains, rnarll Bv order ofthe Superintendent. LAFAYETTE DEVENNY. General Agent NORTON HOUSE. mHE UNDERSIGNED would respect A fully notify the travelling community Parrifiiilnr attention riven to renarintr that he is ready to receive guests, and will all kinds of take great pleasure in rendering them com- WATCHES, CLOCKS . JEWELRY, fortable, by prompt and careiul attention ALSO . 1 10 lnB,r uemauiiBt " n oornogi ucbub MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 01 T V0? g.vu suiiaiacuon reoaired and warranted. Please call and T.T .rlV LT.. "'I . see mv stock and prices. mav27tf GAM'L. JACKSON. tronase. It is his intention to have his ta ble always lurnislioa witn tns most choice productions of the season. " ; A liberal share of public favor is most respectfully solicited. (J. A. liUWCiHa, rropnetor. 11ST RECEIVED this day A large Jassortment of BONNETS, RIBBONS, Pl.OWP.nS Arc SILK fJAPES new stvle. Hosiery, SilkMits, Brass Hoops, Ladies South 4th streot, Steubenville Ohio. Colars Embroideries &c. will be sold marllDv cheap for cash. r- WATER NOTICE may27 J. ALLl'iN. rxjj anj afler lne iBt of June next, per rnn... i rnOTi.t,, ii " sons in arrears for Water Rents, Will be I'0! . ,ree P1( ftn? lngrftln Crp.t8 eau; which may amount to ten per cent. mm Bijriog, ureal uargans ior vasn ana i , ; lewis Andebsok, rjo mistake, : ; v ; ' . ' iqa27. J "vnaySOJJt : . Receiver of Water Bents, TO THE AFFLICTED . j2-DR. HALSTED & SIES, Medi cal office, in Steubenville, on Market street, south side, second building east of the Steu benvillc it Indiana Rairoad crossing ; perma nently established, for the treatment of dis eases of the Lungs, i nroat ana aiscascs oi the Skin. Rheumatism, Chronic and Inflam matory, upon the science of Medicine of mo dern discoveries, urn. tx. E eies, proiesses to treat those pre-disposed to consumption and Bronchitis successfully. Persons at a dis tance will address Dr. HLSl'IS J & SIES Box 384, Steubenville, Ohio EVIDENCE. Livebpool, April, 1857. We, the undersigned, inhabitants of East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio, are happy to sav to the Dublic that our first impression of the value of Dr. Halsted's remedies for the treatment of diseases named in his circulars, are in no wise modified : and from having used them, and from personal observation of the effect produced ou others, we can conn dently recommend to every family his valua ble medicines anu treatment. James M'Cobuick, Esq., J; W Mooa, Wm. Divks. Now a word to the unfortunate. Drs. Hal- stead & Sies beleiving it to be the duty of physicians to use every, effort to mitigate as far as possible the sufferings of humanity, would for the benefit of those suffering from a disease of the Genitial Organs, from what ever cause, offer to treat those complaints Suc cessfully, without the use of Mercury or any of those deleterious drugs so frequently used, and guarantee a speedy cure, where the direc tions are followed. Medicines sent to any part of the country, safely put up; and care fully secured from observation ; all letters considered strictly confidential. Dr. Hal sted has discovered a new method by which he can cure the worst forms of stricture, in from one to two weeks. Address Drs. Ilalstead & Sies, Box 381 Steubenville. apr 29 TULL'S SARSAPARILLA Townsend's Sarsaparilla, Howe s Sarsapanlla, Tobias' Venitian Liniment, Barrell's Indian Liniment, Terrill's Ointment, M'Allister's Ointment, Baker's Pain Panacea. just received by J. C. MA1RS. may i)ol PHYSICIANS' Prescriptions carefully compounded by may 13 JU11M V. MA1KS. 17AST INDIA CASTOR OIL. A su - perior article, just received and for sale by JU11JN C. MAI US. may Id BRUSHES. A large lot of hair, cloth, scrub, whitewash, shoe, paint and dus ting brushes, for sale cheap by may 13 JUHIM U. A1A1U3. pROF. WOOD'S Hair restorative, Hooflano's German Bittebs, Rusuton s Cod Livkr Oil, Bbown's Essence or Ginger, Pubs Salid Oil, for table use. Just received and for sale by may o uiavmt jmLLB, Medicamaii. FITS! FITS!! FITS!!! hance's vegetable extbact EPILEPTIC PILLS, For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and all Nervous and Uonslitulionai Diseases. PERSONS who are luboring under this ,i;si!ni, mulmlff will find HANHE'S VEGETABLE EPILEPTIO PILLS to be th only remedy ever discovered for curing Lpi lensv or Falling Fits. These pills possess a specific action on the nervous system ; aud, although they are pre pared especially for curing fits, they will be found of especial benefit for all persous afflict ed with weak nerves, or whose uervous system has been prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. In chronic complaints, or diseases of long standing, superinduced by nervousness, they are exceedingly beneficial. Price three dollars per box, or two boxes for five dollars. Persons out of the city enclosing a remittance, will have the pills scut to them, through the mail, free of postage. . For sale by SKTH S. HANCE, Ho. 108 Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md,, to whom orders from all parts of the Union must be addressed, post paid. may 13'57-ly Half Moon Farm for Sale. SITUATE on the Virginia side of the River, two miles from Steubeville, con taining 277 acres, 16 perches, 600 Fruit Trees, and Valuable improvements. All bottom land, 1st and 2d, except 41 acres in woodlauu. l be farm is well fenced, and in a high state of cul tivation. This is oue of the best locations in either Brooke or Hancock oouuties. JAMES SINCLAIR. Address Wm. Brown, Holiday's Cove, Va. may 20 3t Spring and Summer Clothing. ' ; NEW STOCK. E. FROHM AN & CO.. , RESPECTFULLY inform their friends aud the public generally that their new stock of clothing for the' Spring and Summer Trade, manufactured for the bteubenvuie mar-; ket at their wholesale establishment at Uin cinnati, has just arrived. It is larger and - more varied, and embraces nuer articles than r usual. i' The stock embraces Coats, Pants. Vests and Hats and Caps for men and boys, hanaker- ' chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts, and a full . stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Carpet sacks, Umbrellas, tc. i boh mam B jO. also jceep on nana a iuu stock of Cloths, and Vestings, and manufac tures clothing to order, on short notice, at pri ces that will be satisfactory to purchasers. Fits warranted. Thankful for the very liberal patronagehere tofore extended to us. We ask for a eontinu ance of it, aud beg to assure the public that it will te our constant aim, by dealing honora bly, to deserve it. We may be found at the Washington stand, Market street, one (ioof east of the Washington Hall. Give as a call. mar 20, 1857. E. Frohman & Co. WYANDANK STEAM PAPER MILLS HOWARD, PEEBLES & CO., Manufacturers of COLORED AND WRAPPING',' PAPERS, Post Office, Curtain and Hardware Papers, and '' Straw Boards. Wyandank Mills, ' Cuyahoga Falls.Ohio. May 1357, J. & S. COMBS, HAVE TAKEN Cc pung-iSalflOii AT BAYARD STATION, C. P. R. R. Heals will bqurvei np on the arrival of Trains ana at &ii uwob waeuoiuiou ivi. siisw, mwvu modations for Lodgers and Teams. May 1357 . . ' " '- FLETCHER FOWLER. DEALER JH LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, NAILS AND GLASS, Also, Real Estate and Village Property. V DEKALB, ILLINOIS. May 13'57 ' ; NEW STORE. THE UNDERSIGNED would res- pecifully inform the citizens of Sieu- benville and surrounding country, uiar, nets engaged in the manufacture of ' - BOOTS, SHOES, LADIES SLIP- , PER3, &C, ! ; and keeps constantly on hand, and for sale, , Leather of all descriptions and of the very best - quality. Black Ink, a superior article, kept , constantly on hand, of his own manufacture. ., Store room, borth 3d street, In the building, formerly occupied by J. F.Snowden. apr 2&'57 B. M. OULBERTSOK. , MEDICINES. A full supply of Pure "A and u s Anu lteeatkd just received at the Medical Hall by . UUVttU hulls. may 6 PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compoun ded at all hours eilher day or night by Olives Kells, Medical Hall, may 6 Third Street. Visa ALL IUNDS-Salt and Fresh, A constantly on hands, at the Grocery store Of aprxifj -BIJSllLlflU, KJiLL A UU. piCKLES. A largo lot of the best of Pickles (Cucumber) put np in cider vinegar, for sale by apr 29 STERLING, KELLS & CO, IIHITE WHEAT FLOUR-50 bbls ' Frl.ra White Wheat Flnnr. in Rtorfl. and for sale by apr STERLING, KELLS fe CO. I)R. S. ROTH ACKER, " Richmond, Jefferson County, Ohio, ' . ATTACHMENT NOTICE. - Thomas S. Hening A Samuel H. Melvin, Part' ners, Ac, Plaintitfs, vs. John Coles. Defendant. BEFORE John S. Patterson, Justice of the Deace. for Steuhpnvilln tnwntl.ln .Tol. ferson Co. Ohio. On the 2ih day of April A. D. 1857, said justice issued -au order of attachment in the above action, for the sum of seventy eight dollars and sixty eight cents. May 6th 3t. Hening & Melvin. WALL PAPERS. THE LARGEST STOCK AND THE BEST AND CHEAPEST assortment , of WALL PAPERS, BORDF.RS and WIN- . DOW BL1N DS, is now offered for sale, by M'DOWELLA CO., .... , , apr 29 Booksellets and Paper Dealers' , NEW610CERY. v THE UNDERSIGNED would respect. ' fully inform the publio that he is engaged : in the above business, and that be keeps con , stantly on hand, and for sale al (air prices, every article usually kept in. a grocery estate lishment. ' . - - Also, a fair assortment pt . . DRY GOODS AND NOTIQNSL ' A liberal share of patronage is solicted. JOHW U. UUJUAW, South East corner of Fourth and North itretU. apr29'o7-3m v 1857. Spring Stock. 1357 07 T BAGS, OF COFFEE, 200 boxes of Tobacco, assortea;, 20 Kegs ofTwist, ' 150 Halt' Ch ests Teas, - assorted. 140 Boxes Starch. Also Surrars, Molasses, Fish Salt, Spices. Wooden Ware, Oils, Nails, Glass, &c, &c, to which we most respectfully invite the attention ot JUeaiers. mar. 18 C. T, HOLLOWAY & CO. THOMPSON HAN N A & SONS. Paper Manufacturers, Steu. e-t" le, Ohio. January 1 1855 OMNIBUS AND EXPRESS THE subscriber having become sole pro nrietor of the CITY OMNIBUS, de- sires to inform the publio tCat lie wilt run the ' same regularly, for the accomodation' of the ' - jintmc, in -connection witu an . EXPRESS WAGON. . , ' Orders left at any tiros on the Slates either at .. the Washington Ball, or the V. 8. Hotel, will ; receive prompt attention. The following are -vl the regular' rates : : - ; One trip within theeity, in Omubus. . . .10 eta , do to or from depot with baggage. 15 " , Baggage alone,,. 10" One trip to the Cemetry, one person. . . .25 may204t ' DAVID MORELANUy , Carpets! Carpets 11 Carpets lit) A LARGE and Splendid assortment cf ' 3 ply Ingrain, Brussells, VeniUn and other styles, latest paterns, Oil Cloths, H"rth ? Ruggs, Ac, ic,, will be sold vcrylutt'. I'lv.u call aud Jude foi yourselves. npr29 . ; , J. ALLEN.