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?20? OS E 3 CONSTITUTION , AMENDMENTS. , ' t ; , AMENDMENT HO 1. ... I-Resolved by the General Assembly of. the State. of UhioT Three-fifths or the members elected to each House concurring t beret a. That it be and herebv is proposed S W. W"W uitiviiuri VI tills O'ttLO iU VUbC Vtl secoatl Tuesday of October next, upon the approval or rejection of the following atrend- . .. L f . V. Imanf fi ftll wcnn K n BUUHIUUIV lur lun mwj inn section of the second Article of the Const itu tioa and for the second section of the same article, and for the third section of the elev enth article, i : All regular sessions of the General Assembly shall commence on the first Monday of January, annually. Senators shall b elected biennially, and Representatives an maaily, by the electors of their respective counties or districts on the second Tuesday of October. Their term of office shall com mence on the first day of January next after their election, and that of Senators shall con tinue two years, and that of Representatives ne year. The senators elected in October aext shall hold their offices for two years, and the Representatives elected at the same time shall hold their offices for one year. Pro Tided, that seventeen of the senators elected "on the second Tuesday of October, 1857, to Ve ascertained by lot, as the President of the Senate may direct, shall hold their office for only one year, and their successors shall be elected on the second Tuesday of October.one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight, and biennially thereafter. When any county shall have a fraotioa above the rates for Represen tative 80 large that being multiplied by ten, the result shall be equal to one or more ratios, additional representatives shall be. apportion ed for such ratios among the several sessions f the decennial period in the following man er : If there be only one ratio then a repre sentative shall be allotted to the tenth session of the decenuial period. If there are,two ratios, representatives shall be allotted to the niulh and tenth sessions. If three, to the eighth, uiuth and tenth ses sions: If four, to the seventh, eighth ninth and tenth; If five,to the sixth, seventh.eighth, ninth and tenth; If six, to the filth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth ; If seveu, to the fourth fifth, sixth, seventh eighth, ninth and tenth ; If eight, to the third, fourth fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth ; If nine, to the second, third, fourth, fifth sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth scssiuus of the decennial period respectively. In determining the number uf senators to which any senatorial district may be entitled in any decennial period, by reason of any fi action of a senatorial ratio, the fraction shall be multiplied by five, and if ihe result be equal to one senatorial ratio, an additional senator shall be allotted 'to said district for iheniuth and tenth sessions. If it been mil to two such ratios an additional senator for the seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth sessions, shall be allotted to such district. If three, then to the fifth,, sixth seventh, eighth, ninth tnd tenth. If four, to the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, se venth eighth, ninth and tenth sessions re spectively. If this amendment be adopted by the electors, the counties now entitled to more than one member in either or both branches f the Legislature in the fourth and fifth ses sions of the present decennial period as now nrovided. shall have alike number of mem bers in each branch thereof for each session of the rcmaiuderofthe present decennial period. N. II. VAN YORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS II. FORD, President of the Senate Dated April 3, 1857. AMENDMENT NO. 2. Resolved by the General Assemhly of XJit State' of Ohio, Three-bulls ol the members elected to each House concurring therein', that it be and hereby is proposed to the electors of this State to vote on the second Tuesday of October next, upon the approval or .rejection of the following amendment, as a substitute for the fifth and sixth sections of fourth article of the Constitution, viz: Sec. 5. District Courts shall be held in each county, at least once in each year, by one or more District Judges elected by the electors of separate districts to be prescribed by law, who shall hold their offices for five years : and during their continuance in office shall reside in the district for which tlicy are elect ed. The provisions of the fourteenth section of this article shall apply to District Judires. The General Assembly may by law authorize the judges ol the uistrict Uourt, and the courts of common pleas, to fix the times of holding their respective courts. Until district i'udges shall have been elected and qualified. )istrict Courts shall be held by the Judges of the Supreme Court and of the courts of common pleas, as now authorized, sec. . , The District Court shall have suck jurisdic tion as may be provided by law, and the jud ges thereof shall have and exercise such pow er aud jurisdiction at chambers, and may be required to sit as judges of the courts of Com mon picas as shall be directed by law. N. II. VAN VORIIES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS II. FORD, President of the Senate. Dated April 3, 1857. . AMENDMENT NO. 3. Resolved by the General Assembly of theStateofOliio, Three-fiftlia of the mem ber elected to each branch concuring therein, that it be and the same hereby is proposed to the electors of the State, to vote on the secoud Tuesday of October next, to approve or reject the following amendment as a substitute for the second and third sections of the twelfth article, of the Con stitutiou . All property, personal, and real, Bhall be subject to taxation oy a nnnorm rule, at tne true value thereof in money, but such deduc tions from credits may be allowed as the Gen eral Assembly may deem expedient ; provided that burying grounds, public school houses, and all other public property, and all institu tions of purely public charity, a.id all houses used exclusively fur public worship, shall be exempt from taxation ; and if the value of I the personal property- of any person shall not exceed fifty dollars the same may be exempt -from taxation. All property employed in ban king shall always bear a burthen of taxation equal to that imposed ou the property of indi viduals. , . N. II. VAN VORIIES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. ' ,; THOMAS II. FORD, President of the Senate. Daled April 3, 1857. AMENDMENT NO. 4. , Resolved by the General Assembly of the Stute of Ohio, Tbree-fifths of the members elected to each house concurring therein, That it be and hereby is proposed to the electors of the State, on the Second Tues day of October next to approve or reject the following amendment as a substitute for the firsand second sections of the thirteenth ar ticle of the Constitution, viz: Corporations of every description shtdl be created, and corpo rate powers granted only by general luws which shall define the poweis, privileges and immunities and prescribe the duties aud lia bilities of each class or descriptions of corpo rations, but the General Assembly may enact special laws for the relief 01 corporation in peculiar cases, and may make special provis ions in regard to corporation in eases where from their peculiar location or interests such special provisions are requiredand may from tine to time alter or repeal all such laws, as are authorized by this section, ' ,' N: II.' VAN VORIIES,. Speaker of the House of Representatives. -, ; J TIOMAS .11 FORD, ' '. '.! .President of the Senate.' AMENDMENT NO. 5 - Resolved ly the General Assmbly of the Stale of Uhio, J hrce-httns ol the members elected to each house concurring therein, That it be and hereby is proposed to the electors of this state to vote on the second Tuesday of October next, npon the approval or rejection of the following amendment as an additional section to article eleven of the Constitution. Every county which now is, or may hereafter be entitled to wore than one Senator or representative far the residue of the present decennial period, or for all, or any portion of any subsequent decennial period shall be divided into as many Senatorial and Representative districts as there may be Sen ators or Representatives elective in anv vear of the present, or any subsequent decennial period, which districts shall be of contiguous territory, and each district shall contain as nearly a ratio for Senator or Representative as is attainable, without violating the rule herein given as to contiguity of territory, and without amuing any lownsnip. election precinct , or ward. If any representative, or Senatorial district, composed of two or more counties shall by reasou of any excess of population over a ratio, be entitled to additional Repre sentatives or Senators for any portion of the present or any subsequent decennial period, the district shall be divided into two districts, for each portion of such decennial period; which thall be contiguous territory, and each shall contain as near a ratio as is attainable without dividing counties. If by reason of the annexation of one Sena torial district to another, there shall be any excess of population over a Senatorial ratio which shall be entitled toadditionel represen tation for any portion of any decennial period, each district as now constituted, Bhall elect one Senator. Counties shall be divided into districts .by the county commissioners or such other board of officers elective and resident in the proper county as may be provided by law. At least four months prior to the general election in 1858, the counties entitled to more than one member of either house shall be divided into districts for the residue of the present decen nial period, and at least tour months prior to the general election i n the first year of each subsequent decennial period, the counties en titled te more man one memoer tor an, or any portion of such decennial period, in either or both houses' shall be divided into districts for the whole of the decennial period. A descrip tion of the district of each county shall be pub lished as may be directed by the county com missioners or as may be prescribed bylaw. N. II. VAN VORHES, Speaker ofthe House of Representatives. THOMAS II. FORD, President of the Senate. Secbetaiiy op State's Opfick, Columbus, April 4, 1857. J I hereby certify that the foregoing proposed Constitutional amendments are correctly co pied from the original rolls on file in this office. J AMS II. BAKER, apl5-Cm Secretary oi State. WOODWELL'S FURNITURE AND CHAIRS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, EMBRACING every kind of Furniture ; ti . i , ... . . in uosewooa, juauogany ana walnut suitablef or ' PARLORS. CHAMBERS, and DINING ROOMS, Eclllftl to nnv in New Tnrlr nr TMiiliulolnhin , --- -- j ... - ( . , and at lower prices, every article made by hand and warranted. Cabinet Makers supplied with any quantity of Furniture and Chairs, on reasnnnll terms. Hotels and Steamboats furnished at the shortest notice. Warerooms, Nos. 77 end 79 Third street, nttsmirgn, t'a. feblH. OHIO FOUNDRY. rFIIE UNDERSIGNED vould re spectfully inform the public cenerallv .that he is carrying on the 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 ; -J " II ft " 4 Airtight. "' " " 4, Uuiou Large Oven " ' " " 9, Aurora " " for coal : " 4, Etna " for coil or wood; " i, Kepumic lor wood; " 3, Improved elsvatcd oven, for coal ; " 7, Buckeye, for coal or wood ; Large Baloon coal burner ; l'gg cuurcli stove ; Ho. 1,23, " 1 a 2, Franklin stoves ; " 1 , 2, a 'SI. 2 cook stoves ; Eight different patterns of Arch Grates ; Four " " Cast Fenders ; Wagon boxes, wholesale or retail ; . Plow Points, of alj the different patterns ; No. 5, Patent lever Plow castings ; Three sizes cooking Grates, Castings made to order or. the shortest no tice. All of which will be sold at reduced prices. Hyl am also carrying on in connection with the above thiTin and Copper Business. BJ" Wnroroom, Market street, below the Bank, Steubenville, Ohio. oct'J-'-ly. WILLIAM L. SHARP. AMERICAN HOTEL. fTWE UNDERSIGNED having taken charge of this House, would most res pectfully notify the traveling nuhlic that it lias been thoroughly renovated and refit ted, and he is prepared to accomodate his gues e in a meaner and style which hp trusts, will give entire satisiaclion. A liberal share of patronage is solicited. WHIT. O'JNISAL, Prop'r. Corner of Third and Adams Streets, oieuoenvuie, unio. April ii, 1007. WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP. fIMIE undersigned would respectfully in 1 form the public that they still carrv on their business at the stand formerly occupied by H. M.Brister, South 3d St., between vldanisand Market Streets. From their knowledge of the business, they hope to be able to give satisfac tion to tiieir patrons. A liberal share of custom is respectfully so icited. John Ke.vdkll, april 8, '57 l y. A. J. Reynolds. BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY A FLOTO would respectfully inform the citizens of Steubenville that he is engaged in the manufacture of Boots and Shoes, and is prepared to simply to order on short notice. He keeps on hand the best material. and hopes to be able to give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. Es tablishment on north Fourth street, opposite me rraiiKiin House. A. JrwiO. npr 1'57-ly CHEAP GOODS. AT THE FAMILY DRY GOODS X STORE of DOUGHERTY A BRO.-We have just received from the east, the largest and most lUMiionuuie siock or new ouolis, for Sprini; Trade, ever opened in this mnrkt. Comprising all kinds of Ladies' dress goods that are new and fashionable ; together with nil kinds of House furnish inn troods. hosiery. gloves, embroideries, Mantillas, shawls, Bon nets, ribbons, in fact all kinds of family Dry Goods, both Foreign and Domestic, that can be found in the market. We would invite our friends and the pub lic, to give us a call, as we will sell at prices mat win compete witn any house east or west. apr la at J. H. MILLKa. a. SUM HARD, JB MILLER & SHERRARD. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office, Marxet Street, oppo site, Washington Hall, Steubenville, Ohio. Prompt attention to collecting and securin claims. Agents for obtaining Pensions an Bounty lauds. Land Warrants bought and Bold- Diana lean 100 bblo LOG WOOD and 60 boxe Extract of LoeWood Inst received by ; octi. HENINO A MPLVltJ. . J. W. THOMPSON, . SURGEON DENTIST, . RICHMOND, 0. QFFICE, Main Street, opposite Ex- change Hotel, O All operations warranted. .Q) dec24 ELI T. TAPPAN, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, Stkubcnvills, Ohio, TTAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO Market Street, nearly opposite the Jeffer son Branch Bank, in the room lately occupied jy D. L. Collier aud J. R. Meredith, Esq's. apr30,I856. J. W. HANDEL'. C. HINEMAN. M AND EL & II IN E MAN, MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap & Candles, Fourth Street, between Market ds Washington, Steubenville, 0., " The highest market price in cash paid for Lard, Grease, and Tallow." Aprils, '57 ly. JAMES ELLIOTT, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Sieubenville, Ohio. Office. North side of Market street above Fourth. aug.2Uly. aoPEBICK S. VOODKY. CnWABP II. 11 COOK MOODEY & M'COOK, TTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville Ohio. Office corner of Market and Fourth streets, second story, ruav21 '55 AMUEL 8T0KELY. JAMES M. BHAN K STOKELY & SHANE. A TTORNEYS AT LAW, will prompt lv attend to all business entrusted to " tliein. in Jefferson and the ndinininir coun ties. Office in Kilpore Building's. Market otreet, steubenville. marianollv. JOHN A. BINGHAM. W. ft. LLOYD BINGHAM & LLOYD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offioe at the corner of Third and Market streets, oppo site the Court Bouse, Steubenville, Ohio. January i, IBM. B. F. PAYNE, M. D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. FFICE on Fourth street, North of .uuinCb, HICUUCUTIllC, VII1U. Dr. Payne will continue as heretofore to eive special attention to the treatment of chronic diseases of -the lungs, stomach, liver," Ac and an uiseases peculiar to females. feb 18, HAMILTON IRVING HOUSE, jVTEWARK, LICKING COUNTY. 0 N. B. This house has been leased for a term of years, an d entirely refitted and newly furnished. The Proprietor solicits a liberal share of public patronage, feb 11 T. D. HAMILTON. Proprietor. The Watson House. C WATSON', having almost entirely ro J fuyiished and fitted up aflfew his spacious hotel in the town of New Lisbon, is now pre pared to accommodate the travelliug public in the best style. His table will bo always fur nished with the most choice products of the senson.'and the treatment of his eiiests will al ways be such as to give full and general satis fnct.inn. Call at the sign of the CROSS KEYS, New .Lisbon. June 13. United States House. W. EARL, Proprietor, corner Mar B ket and hieh streets, near the River. Steu iiviue, Ubioj Jan. 1, '55. . HARE'SHOTEL, NO. 1315 LIBERTY STREET, Mouth of Fifth Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. SAMUEL HARE, Proprietor. dcr..l9-Iy. ST. CLAIR HOTEL, (kokmkrlv exchange hotel.) Corner of Penn and St. Clair Steels, PITTSBURGH, PA. W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor. C. T. H0LL0WAY. J. A. LIPPINC0TT C. T. HOLLOWAY & CO. Successors to Frazieb fc Dbennen. WHOLESALE GROCERS, FORWAELINO Sc COMMISSION MERCHANTS, nov.'il. SrEU lSEiS Y1LLE, O. S. UOUREY, 1?ARBER and fashionable hair dresser. Razors set, and all kinds of Suririciil in sfcrnments put in good order. Room under the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market st. near me vvasnington nun, oeiween ju. and 4ln.st. april 5th, 185Jr W. D. Sherrow, Barb er, VVou'J respectfully inform his friends and the public, that ho is ready at all times (Sabbath excepted) to wait upon custo mers in his line. Rooms South 4th Street, one uoor noun or tlie JN'orton Hotel. Barber Shop. SAMPSON WARFIELD would re spectfully inform the public that he has open ed a Barber Shop, on Market St., Steubenville, in the under story of M'Laughliu's Building, directly opposite the Washington hull, where he is. .ready to wait upon customers at all times; '(Sabbaths excepted,) and would solicit a reasonable share of patronage. S. WARFIELD: Steubenville, Jan. 28. thomaITmeans, a ttorney and counsellor at Law. Office, Miukct Street, oue door below the Post Offic e, Steubenville, 0. dec31 Steubenville Foundry and Machine Works JOSEPH XEAN8, JAMES 1IRANS. JR. fif 0. KEAN8 MEANS & BROTHERS, MANUFACTURERS OP STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY, And all kinds of Railroad Work, And every variety of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS.. Switches : Mill Gearing for Saw Wrought and cast Frogs : and Grist Mills, Car Wheels, various : Shaftings and Pull- sizes, Car Pedestals, eys Cast Iron Fronts, Window caps, sills and coal Vaults. Bolts and nuts, cut and Turning, Plan, iug, Screw cutting Car Oil Boxes, hubs, Iron Bridges, Hack Wheels, Coal car Wheels. Threshing Machines. 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-U. Cloths, Cassimeres. Yestings, &c. IUST Received by Dougherty & lko., for spring and summer Trade, a very large and riperb stock of Goods in this line in which may be found everything that is new and desirable for Men and boys. J. G. UARR, who superintends the bus iness, will make to order, in the best style and with promptness, any garment at low er prices and which wjll compare in style and workmanship with any establishment in this trade. - READf MADE CLOTHiNA.Wfl havA nl. ways on hand a large and superb stock 'of ueuay maae ciotning ot our own roanutacr ture, which we will warrant, and sell at as low prices as can be found anywhere. , DOUGHERTY & BRO., r "ap8 .Third nd Market ats Stoub.. . NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! 1 CALL AT GEORGE SCOTT'S on Market St and see his stock of Dress Silks, plain and fancy. Tin.!,. a 1.Aa T nnn T7nTA PnVAiVfl. Crape?d-Espnng. All wool Delaines. CHALLIS, GINGHAMS, BRILIANTS ' CALICOS, &c. He has iust returned from the East with an entire new stock of goods and is' prepared to offer still greater inducements to his customers than the old firm have ever done. By especi ally consulting the tastes of his customers, he has endeavored to bring a stock of goods that will embrace a greater variety, and sell at a price that will suit all. But particular atten tion is requested to his assortment ot MILLINERY GOODS in this will be found BONNTS of all prices, FLOWERS, BORDERS and STRAW TRIMMING. FRAMES, CROWN LININGS, NETTS, , &c, &c. . And in fact all kinds of Goods usually found in first class Milinary Rooms, He hopes to meet a liberal patronage in this department, and will spare no pains or expense in making it worthy by introducing every new style that appears in the eastern market. STELLA SHAWLS, BROCHE SHAWLS, . . CRAPE SHAWLS, PRINTED SHAWLS, THIBET SHAWLS, MANTLES, &C., of every imaginable style and price. Collars from 61c to $7,00 Sleeves, Flounc'ngs, Inserting and Edf ings, Veils, Embroydered. Handkerchiefs, Dimity Bands,) c. 4c.J together with these, he has a fine lot of French corsets, skirts of all kinds. Hoops, S, c. He has, undoudtedly, the best assort ment of Goods, this Spring, that he has ever opened in Stenbenvilje, and will offer rare bargains to all that will favor hiin with their patronage. op. 8,'57 NEW GOODS. DUNLAP & COBLE, Cornet of 4th and Adnms streets, grateful and encoura ged by the liberal patronage hitherto extended to them in their business, beg leave to inform their friends and the purchasing community at large, that, they are now receiving their Spring Stuck of Dry Goods, which for beauty, fc variety they offer the confident assurance is not to be excelled by any in the city. Believing it to be useless to enumerate articles (as we invite a personal inspection) we would merely say that in addition to all that is desirable iu the Dry Goods line, from the finest to the commonest fabric, we keep constantly on hand a full as sortment of CARPETING, MATTING, FLOOR OIL CLOTH, WINDOW Do. Window Shade and Drugget, together with a large assortment of BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, and Phila delphia made BOOTS and SHOES, as well as Boots aud Shoes manufactured by ourselves of the best material and by first class workmen. We continue also, as heretofore, to manufacture to order, Gentlemens' and Youth's . Clothing of every description, with neatness and despatch. These with our well known GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, afford us facilities for transacting business, which enable us to offer inducements to be met with in but few cities. Our unremitting efforts will be to render every possible satis" faction to our customers. If fair dealing aud low prices will secure the continuance of a large trade, it will be enjoyed by april 8,'57 DUKLAP it COBLE. HOUSEHOLD WORDS. rREEN AND BLACK TEAS, Jeva Coil'ee, Kio do. N. 0. Sugar, Crushed do. Baltimore Syrup, New York do. Rice, Tobacco and Cigars, Butter Crackers,. Soda, Sugar. " Macaroni, Vermicelli, Spices, Pickles, Sauces, Lemons, Oranges, g Plumbs, Prunes, Fig3; . Raisins. The above together with a large stock of other articles too tedious to metion, wliicli are now ready fur inspection mid sale, at the store of STIRLING, KELLS & CO., new stand north side of Market, a few doors west of 4th. april 8.'57 NEW GROCERY STORE. THE UNDERSIGNED would respect- fully inform the citizens of Steubenville and surrounding country, that he has opened a GROCERY STORE on the corner of 4th and Adams streets. It is his intention to keen a constant and general assortment of all such article ns are usually kept in grocery stores. 1 lie luguest market price will be paid for produce. He hopes by strict attention to business, and by selling low, to be favored with a liberal share of public patronage. upnl8,57 . , MATTHEW WU1131ISL.L. Look Out for the New Drug Store on the Corner. riAhe undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of Steubenville, and vicinity, that he has opened a new Drug store, on the south east corner of Fourth and Mar ket streets. . Where may be found at all times a large and well selected stock of Pure Drugs, medicines, Paints, Oils, &ic, JOJIJN C. MAIKS. Physicians' prescriptions carefully pre pared. S. L. Sharp, Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist. KEEPS constantly on hands all kinds of manufactured tobacco, cigars and snuff Articles sold by him are warranted to be or tn best quality. Shop on Market street, south side, one door above the Jelferson iirancn. april 22'57 2ETNA ALU-TIGHT STOVE. A COOKING STOVE designed for Farmers and hotel-keepers, burning wood and coal, and guarantied to give satisfaction to purcliasers. Also, Liive ubk iiarge uven, for burning wood; Star or the West, and Aurora, .These stoves are far superior to any yet introduced for bakincr and roasting, in re spect to saving fuel and for durability they are unequalled, manufactured by A. ttraaicy, Pittsburgh, The subscriber keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Tin Sheet Iron, brass ware, self-sealing cans,. Ac. Persons In want of anything in his line will save money by giving him a call. Spouting roofing and all ki nds of job work done to order and at the lowest prices. The highest nricesDaid for old copper aud pewter. Store north-side of Market three doors west or 4th. ' i. U. LIU Da A X. april o S7ay ' i r. WEAVER'S EXTRA SALT. 100 " barrels of weaver's extra salt iust re ceived nd for sale by ' ' pril 2 STERLING KELLS St CO.. M'DOWELL & CO., ; Botiiellcri, Stationttt, Paper Dtaltrt, Blank Book manufacturers and Book Binder, 'TEALERS at Wholesale and Retail, in ' School, Classical, Medical, '1 lieological, Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, Ruled and Plain Cap, Post and Note Papera.Printing and Wrapping Papers, Wall Papers and Borders, School, Counting-house and Fancy Stationery. Merchants and others desiring to purchase, will do well tocall and examine onr stock. The highest market price paid for Rsgs. M'DOWELL A'CO., North side of maket, above Fourth street rSteubenville, Ohio. . Jan. 1, '55. Pianos and Melodeons. HAVING OPEMED A DEPOT FOR the sale of Pianos and Child fc 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. 0. MUELLER. Kilgore Block, Market St., Steubenville julylbU . Dry Goods Grooeries, Queensware &c, f EWIS ANDERSON begs leave to in Li form the public that he has resumed busi ness in the room between Garrectt and Me' Carly's store on third Street lower end of the Market. Where he intends to keep a general assortment of such Goods ts is usually kept in Grocery Stores, the highest price paid for produce. He hopes by close attention to business and selling low to receive a liberal share of the patronage of tne Uty and toun-U'an.28-'57. LEWIS ANDERSON. A LARGE STOCK OP Fall and Winter Goods. SUPERIOR Black and Blue, Brown, Olive and Green Cloths.' Extra fine Black French Cassimeres, French fancy Cassimeres. Vestings: Silk, Satin, Grenadines, Plush, Velvets and White Silk Vestings, all newest styles, and be made in the be6t 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 tfd & Mar. GREAT REDUCTION OF TARRIFF, AT THE NEW and FASHIONABLE Hat and Cap store, at the North West Corner of Market and Fourth Streets ; and NO DECEPTION, NO ODDS Oil ENDS ON HAND, or OLD SI OCK, brushed up fkom season to season', to palm off on the unknowing as newly laid in Goods. His Stock is en tirely new, fashionable, and direct from the Manufacturers, and the people are learn ing THE FACT, THATGlASBOOW'sFaSHION- ablf Hat & Cap Emporium, is the proper place to obtain Head Covering at a fair price. Recollect the New Hat & Cap 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 lor yourselves nov.19 WSf. M LAUGULIX JNO. U LAUGHLIN.. Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory. 11 M. ftl'liALWULUN & SUJN. Rlarket ' Street, Steubenville, opposite the Wash itigton Hall, keep constantly on hands a ceil eral and extensive asHortment of SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, CARPET BAGS, TRUNKS, WHIPS, &c, &c, Robes, horse Blankets, new styles ; Sleigh bells, girths, nets, etc., all of which they are prepared to sell wholesale or retail. k superior stock of Trunks on hand, to wliicli particular attention is directed. All articles in their line in store, or if pre ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the best manner. Orders solicited, and satisfac tion rendered. WM. M'LAUGHLIN it SON. Steubeuville, decl7, T)G,-ly. CARPETING : 10.000 lhKBS CARPETING ! ! carpeting, fur sale . Dougherty & Bro Also, Oil cloths, VVindow Shades', Buff Hollands, Green ditto, Window Fixtures, Embroidered Window curtains, &c, &c. Having opened a room in our building for this branch of trade, purchased largely un der favorabje circumstances we can sell the above goods as low ns can bo purchas ed in any city, East or West. aP8 DOUGHERTY & BRO. JACKSON'S CLOCK, WATCH, AND JEWELRY STORE Corner of Market and Fifth Streets, BTKl BKNVII.LE, O. 1 HAVE JUST RECEIVED from the East, a Splendid Assortment of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. UUITAR8, VIOLINS, AND I RIMMINOS FOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. All kinds of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and warranted. marchlB'57-M Fulton Foundry, Steam Engine & Car factory, WELLSVILLE, OLTIO. CTE AM ENGINES, Steam Boats, Steam JFerry Boats, hulls and wood work conr plete, Bteam boilers, sheet Iron work, mill ma uhlnery, and castings for grist and saw millp, rail road car wheels, rail road cars of every de scription made to order. The proprietor of this establishment having twenty-eight years of practical experience together with extensive privileges, feels 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. OEISSE. June 13. Wellsville, Ohio HRUGS, &c., The undersigned bay- ' mg just received a large and complete stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dyestuffs tc. c, desire to call the attention of Dealers, Physicians and others thereto. - Our stock was purchased from first hands, and selected with great care by one of the firm. The quality of the goods we sell we will guarantee at all time. PRICES as low as any house, West of the mountains. Personal attention paid to shipping. Oct. 1. HENING. & MELVIN. HOLLOWAY & CO! II AS JUST RECEIVED 200 Blls Pome- roy Salt. 100 " 50 ' 100 " April 8. N. O. Molasses, . Golden Syrup, Utica Lime, C.T. HOLLOWAY. Spring and Summer Dress Goods J. ALLEN, HAS JUST RECEIVED a large and fadiionable stock of Ladies' and Gents.' Dress Goods Latest Importations Bonnets, Trimmings, Parasols, Linen Table Cloths, I rish Linens, Embroideries, fine White Mus lins, all kinds, Brown Muslins, Tickings, Checks, Hosiery, Spring and summer Shawls a large assortment, The above goods and a host of others will be sold for a small advance at the store of J. Allen, corner of 3d and Mar ket treets. ' ' ' epr29'57 CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS. THE GREA TENGLISIIREMED Y prepared from a prescription of , sir j. clarke, m. d., physician ex- . . t TRAOBDINARY to the" queen. rpiIIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all thoae painful and dan gerous disorders to which the female constitu tion is subject. It moderates all excess and jemoves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. , TO MARRIED LADIES it is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, prl?e one dollar, bears the Gov ernment Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. ; v These Pills should not be taken by females that are pregnaut, 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 tor tins country, I. C. BALDWIN & CO., Rochester, N. Y. Tuttle it Hosts, Auburn, N. Y., General gents. N. B. $1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any authorized agent, will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. For sale wholesale and retail by Hening fc Melvin, Steubenville, 0., and by Druggists generally. decIU-ly Boyer's Compound Extract of HOREHOUND CANDY!!! DREPARED WITH GREAT CARE J- 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 ses ofPhthysic, Whooping Cough, Chronic Asthma and Bronchitis. It may also be hused as a palliative in severe cases of these and other affections. It is a strong rec ommendation of this candy, that it contains some ofthe best remedies, in a convenient and pleasant vehicle, in which they can bo exhibited to adults and children, who havo an aversion to taking medicines alone. Tb inventor relies on the intelligence of an enlightened public-to test the virtues of his candy, by a lair trial. He does not pretend that it will necessarily and infal libly cure all tho affections in which he would recommend its use ; but he believes it will be found a pleasant, safe and useful remedy, in those affections, when th'ey are not eutliciently 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, ateunenville Ohio, feb 24-3m JOHN BOYER. AYER'S Cathartic Pills, (SUGAR COATED,) AM MD TO CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CUBE TEE' SICE Invalids, Fathers, Mothers, Physicians, Philanthropist, read their Kflects, and Judge of their Virtue. FOB TIIK CURE OF Headache, Sick Headache, Foul Stomach. I'ittsuuro, 1'A., May 1, lHoS. Da. J.C. Ateb. Sir: I have been rcneateilly cured of tho wont lieudnclie nny biwly cuh have by a done or two of your l'iils. It soeniMo arine fnmi a foul fttoniacli, wblcb tliey cleaiine at once. If they will cure others as they do uie, the fact is worth knowing. . Yours with great respect, F.D. .W. TREBLE, Cltrk of Steamer Vlaritm, Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints. Departmint of tni Interior, Wabhixutoh. D. C. 7 Feb., 1858. 1 Sir: I have used your Pills in my general and hospital practice evi;r Sim's you made them, and cannot hesitate to say they nun tho new rntnariic wo employ, i neir regu-latino- action on tho liver imniiok and derided, consequent ly they are an admirahlo rcmedy.for dcrangomonts of that orpin. Inured, l nave seinoin lounn a case oi imioui ait euet so obstmato that It did uot reaitny yieiu to tn. Fraternally yours, AI.OXZO HALL, M. D., Physician nftlie Marine Hospital Dysentery, Relax, and Worms. Post Omen. Hartlaxd. Lit. Co., Mien., Nov. 10, 1S55. Dr. Atkr: Your Pills are the perfection of medicine. They have done my wife more good than I can toll you. She luul lieeu sick and rinine away for months. Went off to be doctored at great expense, but got no better. She then conimmiced taking your Pills, which soon cured her, liy expelling large .quantities of worms (dead) from her body. They afterwards cured her and our two children of bloody dysentery. One of our neighbors had it liad, and my wife riired hiin with two doses of your Pills, while others around us ptiid from firo to twenty dollars doctors' bills, and lout much time, without boing roved entirely even then. Such a medicine us yours, which is actually good aud honest, will lie prized here. GKO. J. GRIFFIN, tostmaiter. Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood. thm Kev. J. I'. Himel, lutnr of Advent Clturdi, lUiitim. Dr. Avkr: I ha'vu used your Pills with extraordinary success in my family uml among those I am called tn visit In distress. To regulate tho orpins of digestion and purify tho blond they are tho very best remedy I have ever known, and l ean confidently recommend them tomy rneutls. , lours, J. V. lu.nr.a. Warsaw, 'H roMiNn Co., N. Y., Oct. 24, 1855, DiR Sir : I am using your Cathartic Pills In my pmc lico, and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse the system and purity tho touutitms or tno uionti. . JOHN O. MKACUAM, M.D. Erysipelas, Scrofula, Kine's Evil, Tetter, rumors, ana ami unenm. From a Firmintiiip Mrrclm.it o,ST. Iniiu, Mb. 4, 1856, Dr. Avkr: Your Pills are the paragon "f "H "lnt great in medicine. They have cured my little dAugiiter of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet that had proved incurable for years. Her mother has been lpnC grievous ly afHIrled with blotches and pimples on her skin and In Her hair. A fter our child was cured, sho also tried your Pills, and Ihcy have cured her. A A Atuitunt lhi k. IthetiniHtisni, Neuralgia, and Gout. Fiimi Uie ller. Dr. Ilawktl. nftlie Milhntisl Kpit. Church, . Pl lASKI IIOl'SR. HVANNAII. (A., .IU. 6. 1858. IIoxorei) Silt: 1 should he ungrateful for the relief your skill has brought me it I did not reisirt my rase to yon, A cold settled in my linilis and brought on excruciating neuralgic pains, which ended In chronic rheumatism. Notwithstanding I had Ihe be4 of physicians, the disease grew wurse aud worse, until, by the advice or your excel lent agent in llallimore. Dr. Mackenzie. 1 tried your Pills, Their edi cts were slow, but sure, lly persevering in the use of tlieni 1 am now entirely well. Sr.NAT! CHAMnr.H, Raton llownt, I.A., 6 Dec, 1855, Dr. Avkr : 1 have been entirely cured by your Pills of Rlioumatic Gout ftpaiuful disease that had aitllrted me ror years. m.mjc.vj. oi.ilir.Llj, For Dronsv. Plethora, or kindred Com plaints, reiiuiring au active purge, they are an excel lent remeoy. For Costivrncss or Constipation, and as a Dinner I'lll, they are agreoaoio sua eiiectuai. Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflnnimn tion, and even Denfneas, aud Partial UUnd ness, have been cured by the alterative action of these fins. Most ofthe bills in market contain Mercury, which, al though a valuable remedy in skilful hands, Is dangerous iu a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that fre quently follow Its incautious use. These contain uo mer cury or mineral substance whatever. . AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL FOR THE RAPID CURE OF COUGHS.COLDS, HOARSENESS, INFLXJ ENZA, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPIN0 COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, IN . CIPIENT CONSUMPTION, and for the relief of consumptive patient In advanced stages of the disease. W need not sneak to the rnibllo of 111 virtues. Throngliout every town, and almost every hamlet of the American States, lis wonaenui curee ui pulmonary -coup nlalnti have made It already known. Nay, few ore the families In any civilised country on tills continent without some personal experience of Its effects; and fewer yet the communities anv where which nave not among them some living trophy of its victory over the subtle and dan gerous diseases of the throat and lungs. While It is the most powerful antidote yet known to man for the fomil- flaule anil dangerous diseases ot me pulmonary organs, n , la also the ploasantost and safest remedy that can be em ployed for infants and young persons. Farents should have it in store against the insidious enemy that steal, upon them nnprepareu. we nave actinium gronnai to believe the uiissri pictoral saves more uvea by the eon- sumptions It prevents than those it cures. ' Keep It by von. and cure tout colds while they are curable, nor neg lect them until no human skill ca master the inexorable mnker that, fastened on tho vitals, eats vonr life away. ' All know the dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and aa they know too the virtues of tin's remedy, we seed not do more tlian to assure them it Is still made, the best It can ' K. Wm arum, nn mat. nA ram. nn inll to DrodUOB II UM most perfect possible, and time afford those who rely on it the beet agent which onr skill can furnish for ttelr our. prepare!) by n. i caw Practical tnd Analytioal Chemist, lowelli Mm AND POLV Henl ng & Melvin, Steubenville,,- ,. J. B. Sirnmerall, Bloomingdale F. risher, Wintereville J W. Price A Son, Smithfield W. H. Crew A Co., Richmond j!.'- M a Moro-an. Mt.i Pleasant. --' u ' And all Druggists and dealers in medicine everywhere, sept.J ; - ' The Greatest Medical Discovery; of the Age. ' ' nR. KENNEDY, of Roxbury, has di J covered in one of our commox PAtfruai- weeds a remedy that cures - i EVERY KIND OF.IIUM0R, from the worst scrofula down to a commor He has tried itdn over 1100 cases, and nevnV failed except in two cases.' (both thunder r humor.) He has now in his possession over . two hundred certificates of ita virtues, all ithin twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure it n urn; no-"" sore mouth. Oue fo three bottles will cure the worst Yinrl : of pimples on the face. ... "1 wo to three bottles will clear the system of biles. -. Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker in the mouth and stomach. ' ,,.! Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of Erysipelas. . ' i une or two Dottles are warranted to cure a , humor In the eye. Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears and blotches among the hair. - Four to six bottles are warranter! to cum ' corrupt and running ulcers. 1 . ; une Dome wm cure scaly eruptions of the. skin. , ' Two to three bottles are warranLcd to eura t the worst case of ringworm. . ' J wo or three Dottles are warranted 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 casa, ol scrofula, A benefit is always experienced from. tfi'' first botilt), and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. ... Reader, I peddled over a thousand bottles of this in ihe vicinity of .Boston. I know the ' effect of it in every ease. So sure at. water will extinguish fire, so sure will this cure iu-' mor. 1 never sold a bottle of it but that sold' another ; after a trial it always soeaka far. itself. There are two things about this herb that appear to me surprising ; first that lb grows iu our pastures, in some places quite: plentiful, and yet lis value has never been known until I discovered it in 1846 secon d that it should cure all kind of humor. In order to give some idea of the sudden r isn and greut popularity of the discovery, I will state that in April, 1053, 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 in 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 1 always kept it stn'ctlv for humors but since its introduction as a general family medicine' great and wouderful virtues Have been lomid in it that I never sus pected. Several cases of epileptic fits a disease which was nlwnys considered incurable, have been cured by a few bottles. 0, what a mercy lfitwillprovo effectual in all cases of that awful malady there are but few who have seen more of it than I have, .' I know of several cases of DroDsv. all nf them aged people, cured by it. From the vari ous diseases of the Liver, sick headache, Dys- peusiu, bbuiiuu, lever ana ague, pain in the side, diseases of the spine, and particularly in diseases ofthe Kidneys, etc., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever K1IUWII. No change of diet ever nccessarv f at Hm best you get and enough of it. . . Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY, No.1 120, Warren St., Roxbury, Mass. PriceJl.OO. Wholesale Agents. New York CityC. V. Cliukncr, 8L Barclay street; C.H. Ring, 199 Broadway ; Rushtou Ji Clark, 275 Broadway : A. B. t D. Simds, ICO Fulton street. General wholesale ageuts Western Pa. Geo. H. Keyser, Pittsburu. and Jas. P. Klemini- Allegheny City.. T. II. Logan, Wheeling, Va. t ot sale by 11. D. MOUltliiON. HEN- ING & MJ3LVIN.M. L. MILLER, and OLIVER KELLS, Steubenville, Ohio. ., aun-u. Howard Association Philadelphia.". IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. To all persons afflicted with Sexual Diseas-. es.such as Spermatorrhoea, seminal weakness, mpctence, Ooiiorrlioea, .gleet, .Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, or Self Abuse,, fcc, tc. ihe Howard Association, i it view ofthe awful destruction, of human life, caused bv Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practised upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases by Quacks, have directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a Charitable act worthy of their name, to give Medical Advice Gratis, to all persons thus afflicted, who apply by a letter with a description of their condition, (age. oc cupation, habits of life, fcc) nud iu cases of extreme poverty . and suuexiug, to Furnish ' Medicines free of charge The Howard Association is a beneve.eut Institution, established by special endowment for ihe relief of the sick and distressed, afflin ted with " Virulent and Epidemic Diseases.' It has now a surplus of means, which the Dt. -ectors have voted to expend in advertising tho above oot'ec. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medi cal skill of the Age. and will furnish the mots approved inodtrn treatment. Just Published, by lue Association, a Report on Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weakness; the vicf of UnauiKiu, Masturbation or self abuse. and other Diseases of the Sexual Oigaus, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will be sent by mail, (in a sealed envelope,) Free of charge, on the receipt o'f two stamps for postage. Address, Dr. Geo. R. Calhoun, consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. S South Kiuih Street,!' uiladelpuia, fa, iiy order of the Directors. Geo. FAiacniLD, Secretary, Ezua D. IIeartwell, President. DELAY NOT, Ye who Consider a Fine Head of Hair- NATURE'S GREATEST ORNA-. mnnt. hut era it is ton lnln nsn SANDERS SCALP TONIC, which restores the healthy condition of tho. scalp, causes hair to grow on the bald, and. checks any tendency towards its falling out and becoming thin. ID" For sale at the principal druggists, and and by the Proprietor, Sixth Street, two doors, below Smithfield.; or at the Mansion House, i Liberty Street, Pittsburg. feblS. ' MARBLE s: CORNER OF 4TH AND MARKET J. BTEUBENVILLBi OHIO. STREETS, M. MULD00N, r ' rjORNER OF FOURTH AND MAR Ret Streets, Keeps constantly on hand a, large and splendid stocx of all Kinds of mar-, ble worK, consisting of Monuments,, Tomb, and head Stones-, marble Mantles Ac. ' , He is prepared to execute every variety of design, in the best possible style. ' WorK will be done at Eastern prices, and full satisfaction given to customers, . SteubeBvifle,jau28,57. Dry Goods j Dry Goods. A J. TIM, & CO.," would respectfully i inform the citizens of Steubenville, tnd the public in general that they have now on hand a large etcck of new goode iui uiiiiit: vi uu D111UIU.C11IV hvhtv. fifumri ri tion of Ladies Dress goods. ;!.&' Also, a full assortment of Housekeeping : Goods, and the largest stock of Window shades, Greon and Buff Oil cloths i Buff Hollands i Lace and Embroidered Curtains Cords; Tassels, Curtain fixtures Ate, Ac., ever brought to this city. . Which will be . Person in want of arty thing in tne aopva line are cordially invited to examine pur ' stock before purchasing elsewhere. ' Steubenville, ; April 22th 1857,