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; -Citizens' Bank, still continues to pay interest on Deposites. - Jan 4,54 . D. Moppet AMBROT YPES. rjALL AT Stoutnour's Galery and ex amine the new improvements in arabrotv- pin? introduced by Mr. C. A. Griffin, of New York. Pictures taken at this Gal ery are equaled by few and excelled by none. Perfect pictures taken in from 1 to 3 seconds. Market St., opposite Hening feMelvin's Drug Emporium. je 10:3t IWEISER'S Dauoirrkan Rooms have been fitted up beautifully. If you want a good likeness call at WEISER'S. P. 8 Kverv variety of pictures taken. Price Reduced to 25cts. Room corner of 5th and Market streets. G. W". Wkueb. may 13-ly . fj-lf there is a Gentleman, or Lady in the City of Steubenville, who is afflicted with skepticism upon the subject of the superior quality of Kells' Mineral Foun tain. Our advice would be to any such, oo and tkst it, and be convinced at once To the afflictedjwe say, go and purchase. pure Medicines at the Medical Hall, North 3d Street. ftJ-We have the satisfaction of inform ing our readers that the ninth semi-annual meeting of the "Ohio State Teachers': As sociation will be held in this city, on Wednesday and Thursday, the lit and 2nd of July next. . This is the most influential educational Association in the State; one over which uch men as Samuel Galloway, Isaac Sams, Rev. W. 'J. Anderson, D. D., Dr. Joseph Ray, Lorin Andrews, A. J. Rickoff, Rey. Anson Smith. &c. have presided, and which numbers its membership by hun dreds. including the first educators of the State and nation. Some idea of its objects and of the means of accomplishing them, may be had from a few paragraphs of the notice of Mr, John Hancock, Chairman of tho Ex-Committee, puplished in the "0. Jour, of Ed ucation" for June, Speaking of the exer cises, ecc, he says: Rev. I. W. Andrews, President elect, will deliver his Iuaugqral Address, on the first day of the session, at 11 o'clock A. M. An address will he given by Hon, Salmon P. Chase, Governor of the State, at o'clock P. M. of said day. The following reports will be presented for the consideration of the meeting, by the several committees; , "On the subject of requiring pupils to report their own conduct." J. A. Garfield of Portage, Chairman of Com, " Do Com mon Schools prevent crime "A. J, Rickoff, Supt, Public Scnools, Cincinnati, "On the condition of Schools for colored youth of the State." Rev. M. French. "Course of study for graded schools." Hon. H. H. Barney, "On grading schools" E. E. WhitePortsmouth. 0n the Working of Normal Schools in this and other counties." Jno, Ogden, Hopedale. The roport of Prof, Merrick, or Dela ware, on the subject of the "Code of Hon or" among College Students, presented at the last meeting and deferred to this for discussion, will be taken up. We think we may promise, that no ef forts will be spared to make the coming session both a pleasant and prohtable one Teachers from all parts of the State, are therefore earnestly exhorted to be in at tendance. . It is not doubted but that the reception and entertainment accorded to the guests with which we shall be honored, will be in keeping with Steubenville hospitality. Tub Weather. We have been visit ed during tbe last two or three days with Jieavy showers. WGH MEDICINES. Dr. Keyser's Pector V a! Syrup cures Coughs; Dr. Kevser's Pectoral Syrup cures Colds j Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures Influ enza : Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures Bron chitis ; For Laryngitis, take Dr. Keyser's Pector al Syrup ; 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 ; "" Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures Quin "(" Dr. Keyser's Pectora Syrup cures old Cntirrhs : Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures all kinds ot diseases ot the lungs ana Breast ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured. John C. Little of an old coughs -' Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Sprup cured Lecky Harper of tho " rost" in nan a usy ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured Wm . Hill in one night; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured Jos. S M. Younir. in twenty-four hours ; Dr. Kevser's Pectoral Syrup cured the Cashier of the Deposit Bank ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured the ed tor of the Washington examiner ; 1 Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cured J. P. Barr, Esq.,' formerly editor of the Chron icle ; Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup cures every one who takes it for coughs, colds, in fluenza, and hoarseness. Price 60 cents and $1 per bottle. , . ((-Prepared and sold by Dr. Geo. II. Keyser, wholesale Druggist, No. 140, Wood street. Pittsburg, Pa., and sold by Hening it Melvin, Steubenville. feb 18, 1857 : t3T TOOTH-ACHE is instantly cur ed by a few drops of Dr. Keyser's Tooth ache remedy. Prepared by Dr. G. H. Keyser, 140 Wood St., Pittsburg, and for sale by Hening As Melvin at 33 cents per bottle. fob9 rnsMnsn fitshi dance's vkoetablk mtbact . EPILEPTIC PILLS, For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and all Nervous and Constitutional Diseases. PERSONS who are laboring under this diBtreaainir maladv will find HANCE'S VEGETABLE EPILEPTIC PILLS to be the only remedy ever discovered for curing i-pi leosv or Falltnir Pita. fuese pills possess a specific action on the nervous system ; and, although they are pre pared especially for curing fits, they will be found of especial benefit for all persons afflict ed with weak nerves, or whose nervous system haa been prostrated or shatured from anv cause whatever. In chronic complaints, or diseases ot long nmuumg, supenuducea by nervousness, they are exceedingly beneficial. , Price three dollars per box, or two boxes for five dojlars. Persona out of the city enclosing .'remittance, will have the pills sent to them, through tho mail, free of postage. For sale by S2Tn 8. HANCE, No. 108 Baltimobs BTacnr, Baltimore, Md to whom orders from all parts of the Union must be addressed, post paid.' '! :. maylSWly i tpMr. LewisVAnderaon is regularly in the receipt of good suply of Groce ries, fresh from the East. ' He has also a good assortment otDry Goods which he sells at reasonable prices. There is no better place to deal in our ciiy,than st An dersons Store. South 3d street, opposite tbe East end of the Market house. Walk in, Ladies and Gentlemen, and you will be waitetljopon in tbe most polite manner, and better stile, you will get the worth of your money. Late Publications, Graham's Magazine for July has made its appearance in our "sanctum;" and our countenance has been "set to an extensive smile," ever since its arrival. The fact is, we are "excessively tickled" with the edi torial department of Graham, and mightily pleased with the remainder of the book. Subscribe for it and whenever you feel tempted to anger, just open it at the "Edi tor's Easy Talk;" and even the numerous, petty annoyances of "wash-day" will fail to put you out of humor. . ' , "The Ladts' Home Maoazink" for Ju ly is an excelle nt number, with beautiful engravings, fashion plates, &c. It also contains several beautiful and instructive stories. 'Look Out," by Miss V. F. Town send, is still continued, and increases in interest. Peterson's Magazine. The July num ber of this elegant Ladys' Magazine is on our table, filled to overflowing with the la test fashions, and splendid original stories. It is the Nt plus ultra of Ladies' Maga zines, and only $2,00 a year. .The Mat number of Blackwood's Edip burg Magazine has been on our table for some time. It is the most interesting one of the volume, containing ten different ar ticles of great interest to. the general read er. "Life in Central Asia" describes very beautifully those savage mountains and wild deserts that constitute the "citadel of the East." This single article is worth more than the cost of (lie book, which is filled, from January to December with ma ny others of equal merit. Da. Baumback in his travels on the cape of Good Hope says : I found very frequent y among the Dutch Boors of the back country, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which they keep hung up by a thong around the neck of the bottle to a peg over their ham mocks. Indeed this seems to be their sole protection against the throat and lung die orders which are quite prevalent among them. I thought it a speaking comment on the practical genius of the American peo ple, that they should furnish the staple, I believe the only remedy this people buy to use. Asking if they used the same manu facturer's Pills, they told me that better purgatives grew all around them than any body could prepare. (fcjrlf all our readers who are troubled with Liver Complaint. Jaundice or Dys pepsia, will read the advertisement in an other column of Dr. Sanford's Invigorator, and then do as we have done get a bottle, we should not see so many sickly half dead despairing people as now meet our gaze at almost every corner, for there never was a remedy of which so much is said, and per forms so nearly what its proprietors say it will do. It come to us so highly recom mended that we could not fail to try it, and a trial has convinced us, without a doubt, tht it is the best family medicine now in use. We take it for head ache sour stom ach, billiousness, and any of the little bo-' dily ills that are common, and it does pro' duce a pleasant state of feeling to the sick, and what is better after using it a tew times, these little ills grow less and less, and there is a prospect of being entirely free from them by a continuance in the use of the Invigorator. Now we wish to im press our readers with this, that the Invi gorator is a medicine particularly adapted to family use, and where there are children subject to little diseases as all children are, it is invaluable, and saves physician 'skills, and an untold amount of anguish both to mothers and their little ones. Ex. Monstrous Superstition. We learn from a lenthly article in the Lancaster, Pa. Express that the remains of a young lady, wno died of consumption nine years ago at Euphrata, in that State, were exhumed on Sunday last for a purpose so monstrous as almost to surpass ueliei. since ner aeatn her mother, two sisters and two brothers have died of the same disease. The survi ving members of the family, who are spir itualists," became convinced tnat oy some hocus-pocus the winding sheet of the corpse had got into her mouth and that by a continual suction, (the modest operandi of which is only known to the spirits) she of the family alter her; and that unless this w incline sheet was speedily removed irom the mouth of the corps, she wonld in a like manner, cause the premature death of the whole connection i Swallowing ' the New Cent. A Dangerous Playthine.K medical friend informs us that he had been con suited m several cases where the new cent has been swallowed by children, one of whom is only two years old, and to which great irritation ot the stomach and bowels has followed bocause of the corrosive nature of the metals composing it, as well as of its mechanical action up on the delicate mucous surface. Tri bunt. "In his Inauenral Address, Mr, Bu chanan declared in unequivocal, unmista kahle language, that it is the imperative and indispensable duty of the Govern ment to secure to kterY resident inhabi tant the free and independent expres sion of his opinion by hid vote. If this doctrine is true at all, it is true eve rywhere. It it as true in its application to the resident inhabitants in the States.as it is to the 'resident inhabitants' in the Ter ritories. It includes every resident in- i i . . . . ... ...... -e naoiiaci, wiinoui quaupcation oi ag", na tivity, allegiance or cgor. ZouimVe Journal. . - ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to publish the name of Roswnr. Mabsh, Esq., of Jefferson County, as a candidate for the State Sea ate, subject to the decision of tbe Senato rial convention representing- the Ameri cans and Republicans of Jefferson and Co lumbiana counties. steubenville bet ail market. Triik American Office.? Steubenville, June 17. 5 Butter, good table, lb. Cheese, new milk, fi 15c 15 10 Eggs, $ " Beef, by the quarter, " fresh, $!b corned " " . . , " dried " " .. Pork. 19 B , ...$5,M)7,00 ......812i ....... 8'Jc 18c 78c 10c 14c 16c I012e 67C ' SHlted, ) lb.......... Haras. f B " sugar cured , Shoulders and Sides , Veal, Tp ft Mutton f lb , Lamb V quarter Lard , Chickens, each, 58c 5075c ,...12Uc .I518c Wood, per cord, VEGETABLES. Beans, f peck,. Houilny, JW quart,. Potatoes f pec a Ouious, peck, $22,50 ........ 5056c 5c 50c 25c UROCKBIES. Sugar, brown, ft 14c 18c 18 crushed, s , Maple sugar Coffee, old Java, $ lb 1 8c 14c uio " lea, young hyson, V 50c80 " black, oolong " . 5U7oc Rice, 19 lb,. , Ho at $2,252,5c Salt retails Flour, extra, $ bbl, $8,00 Fine and superfine,. .7,50 $8,5(1 Hay, per ton, good common,. good Timothy. . ..$8,50 New Advertisements, Steubenville Public Schools. THE cloning Examination for the present session lnU thn PilniM-vfchooh.wlU ocoupt MondiT and Tuend.iv tbe :22nd and 23d Inst. In the Secondary Intermediate and Grammar Schools, Monday, Tuewtoy and W ednedny, the 22nd !Md and '.Mill, and in tho High school Thursday the 4Mb. No pupil will bo excutod from hit or her tliuww, which will be examined in the order of tho programme. Absentee will be noted at the time tne clnaa taKe ltn place, and abaence from the data then, will be considered abnence from Examination. Pupils being absent from Examination loose the rlht to a place in the schoola. JAIU K. DKSELLKM, Supt; StuubeuTillo, June 17th WJt. attachment! Olaway Moore ) Before Isaac Harris J. P. vs of Mt. Pleasant Township Edward Hinchel) Jefferson Co Ohio. On the 9th day of Jmne A. D. 1857 said Jus tice issued an order of attachment in tbe above action, for the sum of one hundred dol lars. Mt. Pleasant., June 7th A. D. 1857. jel73t OTA WAY MOORE. The Religious Bonk Depository. THE ENTIRE STOCK, by an . ar rangementof thePresbytry of Steubenville, has oeen placed in the hand of M 'DO WELL it Co., under tbe control of a committee. A large assortment of new books hajust been opened and others are expected ; so that a complete assortment of all the Books of the Presbyterian Board, can now be supplied at catalogue prices. Alio, an ample selection from the worns of the American Tract Society j some of the new works are of thrilling interest, such as "Ada the Juish Convert ;""The Life of Capt. Head ly Vicars," and many others. , The Presbyterian Board has also provided a most valuable addition to 3. 8cool Libraries. The atteution of tbe public is especially in vited to this most valuable supply of Religious Literature. H. 0. Cominoo. June 17, '57.-tf. Ch'nofCom. 8. L. Sharp -Removal. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL erin tobacco, snum and hoars, Market St. one door above the Bank, near Fifth Street, Steubenville, Ohio, Orders respectfully solicited. jo n DISSOLUTION. THE partnership heretofore existing be tween the subscribers, under the firm of Fisher & McFeely, was dissolved on the 4th day of June, by mutual consent. E. G. McFeely is authorized to settle all debts due to and by the firm. J. 11. I'ISHER, E. G. McFeely. Stcubenvile, June 10, '57.-3t. THE BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS, HERETOFORE carried on oy Msneras McFeely, will be carried on in its several branches, at the same stand on Market, below Third St., by IS. G. Mc Feelv. who hones to merit a continuance of the very liberal patronage which has been given under tne late nrm. He will also manuiacture ana Keep on hands a good assortment . ot home made work. N. R. Boots and shoes made to meas ure, on short notice t no fit no sale. June 10, V)7.-at. is. u. ih r eely Administrator's Notice N OTICE is hereby given, that the un dersigned have been appointeu ana qualified as Administrators on the estate ot ueobob 31 itch ell, (lee d., late oi jener son county, Ohio. Dated at Mt. Pleas ant, this 1st day of June, 1857. Geo. W. UrrcHELL, J Adm,rg A. G. Kinsev, ' ) June 10,-3t. - NOTICE hereby given, that whereas my wife Mary Jane Pennell, having without just provocation, left my bed and board all persons are warned against trust ing or harboring her on my account.as I am determined to resist the payment of any debtsof her contracting. Andrew Pennell. June 3, -3t ' . TO THE PUBLIC. rpHE rules of Union Cemetry Associa 1 tion, require that when interments are to be made, timely notice must be given to the Superintendant, and a written per mit obtained therefor specifying the name and age of the person, size of the grave, and in what lot to be intered. The Superintendant must be present at each intermenteither in person or by de puty, and is required to keep 4 record of the name, age, date ana piaco oi eacn w terment., . . ' ; ... Extract from the minutes, J. D. SLACK, Clerk. June 3, 1857. 3t. Notice in Attachment. HEZEKIAII HEN DON, Defendent, will take notice that at the instance of Isaac Harris, Administrator of Joshua Ilendon, dee'd., plaintiff, an order of at tachment was issued by James M'Kenney, Esq., a Justice of the Peace, within and for Jefferson county. Ohio, on the 20th day of May, 1857; against the goods,. chattels, monies, &c, of the defendant for the sum of $111,92. ISAAC HARRIS, Adm'r. 1 jun 3-3t of Joshua Hendon, dee'd. if . -ii i - Spectacles. HAVING obtained the right for the sale of Schneitman's double vision specta scle, for seeing near and distant objects through the same glass. 1 I am prepared to furnish my customers and all others, with the best glasses in. use.., Scotch: Pipe, Double Focus, and common glasses insert ed into any frames. ' , jun 3 GAM'L JACKSON, , Transportation, Cleveland & Pittsburgh b. b. SPJtlNO ARRANGEMENT. tbains un waouoH TO WHEELING AND PITTSBURGH. ON AND AFTER' Widnsdat. April 22 1857, Traina Will leave daily Sundays Cioepted aa follows 7.45 A. M. Mail Train stops at all way stations; arrives at riiUDurgn ai y. a.. , Steubenville at 1214 P. M.,and at Wbeelinirat9.06 P.M. 2.45 P.M. Express Train stops only at Hud son, Kavenna, Alliance, tiayaid, Salinerille, Wellnville, nd Liver pool, and arrives at Pittsburgh at 8,40 P.M. leaving Steubenville at 4,44 P.M. 3.15 P. M. Accommodation Train for Raven na and Way station. LEAVE PITTSBURGH. 9.45 A. M. Mail Train stops at Way Stations, arrives st Cleveland at 4.50 P.M., Steubonville. 12,54 P.M. and at Whee ling at2 06P. M. 2.00 P. M. Express Train, stops at way stations except New Salisbury , East Roch- ester, Moultrie, and Winchester, nl rives at Cleveland at 9.50 P. M. and Steuben rille 6.35 P. M., and Whee ling at 7.48. . i LEAVE WHEELING. 9,15 A. M. Mail Train, stops at Way Stations, arrives at Steubenville 10.41 A. M. Pittsburgh at 2,25 and Cleveland at 4.50 P.M. 1.35 P. M. Accommodation Train, stops at Way Stations, arrives at Steuben ville at 3.50 P. M., at Pittsburgh at ' 8.40 l. M. and at Cleveland at 9.50 P.M. ID Accommodation Train leaves Ravenna at 9.V8 A. M. Hudson at 10.00, stops at all sta tions, and arrives at Cleveland at 11.15. a. M UTAH trains stop at Euclid Street station . TUSCARA W AS BRANCH. ' Trains leave New Philadelphia 7.45 A. M. Dover at 8.05, Waynesburg at 9.25. Arrives at Bayard at 10 20, connecting with train on main line for Cleveland Pittsburgh aud Whee ling. Leaves Bayard at 1.45 P.M., (on arri valof the train from Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Wheeling,) WaynesburgU at 2.4a 1 . 11. Ar rives at Dover at 4.00, and New Philadelphia at 4.10. No change of Cart between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, and IVheeling and Pittsburgh. Connections. The Trains will con nect at Pittsburgh witli the Pennsylvania Kailroad, lor Harnsburgh, Philadelphia Baltimore, Nev York and Boston. At Steubenville, with the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad, for Cadiz, Coshocton, Newark, Columbus and Cincinnati. At Wheeling with the Haiti more & Ohio Rail Road, for Cumberland, Fredericks burgh, Washington City and Baltimore. Also with steamers for Marietta, Parkers burgh and points on the Ohio river. At Cleveland, with the Lake Shore and Cleveland & Toledo railroads for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Canada and New York, To ledo, Chicago. Burlington, Rock Island, Davenport, Galena, Racine, Milwaukie, 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 Roads. Fare as low as by any other Route. i. DURAND, Supt. For Freight or Freight Contracts apply to JOSEPH JOHNSTON, Agent. np29r for Co. at Steuben vill e 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 Rail ' Road, between Steubenville and Pit tsburg renders the above route one of the Shortest, Cheapest, Safest and Best lines connecting At lantic cities and the TFesl ! O PRING Arrangement. On and after Wednesday april22 1857 Passenger Trains will leave Steubenviile daily, (Sun days excepted) as follows : - Through Mail Train at 12.40 r. u. , arrives at Newark at C.55 o'clock p. m., making imme diate connection with trains of the Centred Ohio, and Sandusky, Mans6eld and Newark 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. RmnNiNG Mail Train leaves Newark at 11.30 a. u., and arrives at Steubenville at 4.35 p. if,, making immediate connection with trains of the Cleveland A, Pittsburgh Railroad, for Philadelphia and the Eastern cities. Fare as Low as by any Other Route 1 7'Ae Cadiz Train Leaves Steubenville at 6-25 P, M. and ar rives at Cadis at 8 50 P. M. RtrcBNiNO, will leave Cadiz at COO A. JI. and arrive at Steubenville at 8.18 A. M. ICT For Through Tickets and further infor mation npply ai the Depot, Washington street, to A. S. Pabks Agent O. W. FULTON, Superintendant. Lapatettk Devknny, General Agent . apr29 Pittsburgh," SteuVenville andWfleel ing Packets. REGULAR DAILY PACKETS. Steamer Diuenal, Cap. Habrt Sholes. " Fobest Cut, Capt. B. Way. TWILL RUN AS REGULAR DAILY Packets between Pittsburgh, Steuben villa and Wheeling, stopping at all interme- mate pons The Diurnal will leave r 1 Pittsburgh on Mon day's Wednesday's ft Friday's, at 10 A. M. Returning she will leave Wheeling on also leave Pittsburgh on Tuesday's, Thurs day's and Saturdays. Returning will leave Wheeling on Mon I day's Wednesday's and Friday's at 7' Tuesday's Thusday's and Saturday's, at 7 A. JU. A.M For freight or passaee nnplv on board, or to feblBGm J. D. COLLISGOOD Agent. Notice to Shippers and Consignees Via Steubenville and Indiana Railroad. A DAILY FKK1UHT TRAIN (Sun- days eicepted,) ii now running to New ark, leaving this station at 4.4U a. m. Shippers nd consignees will please con clude their shipments and receive their con signments previous to 5 o'clock p. at., as no freight will be received or delivered after that hour. Freights for Cadis will be received np to the above time. Passengers purchasing tick ets, will hereafter be carried on tha Freight Trains. By order of the Superintendent. LAFAYETTE DEVENNY. marll General Agent NORTON HOUSE. THE UNDERSIGNED would respect, fully notify the travelling community that he is ready to receive guests, and will take irreat pleasure in rendering them 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 lavorbim with their pa tronare. It is his intention to have his ta ble always furnished with the most choice productions ot the season A liberal share of public favor Is most respectfully solicited. (J. A. BOVVERS, Proprietor. South 4th street, Steubenville Ohio. marll'57 ; , : SO Agents Wanted Immediately. 1 N a pleasant and profitable business pay' "-imf fromSto 10 dollars per day. ' For further particulars addres J. Carter or U. IS. James, with postage stamp cn closed, Steubenvile, Jefferson (Jounty Ohio. J. CARTER & R. E. JAMES. June 3d-tf, Circulation One Hundred' Thousand Copies lVeekiy. ' ONE DOLLAR A TEAS. 25 WITNESSES; , OR THB FORGER CONVICTED. JOHN S. PIE IS TUS Al'TUoa. Who baa had 10 years eaperieuco aa a Bank er anu ruutuner, sua Author ot a series or .enures ai me vroaaway . ' . Tabernacle, when for 10 successive nights, over D-50,000 PeoplejTi Greeted him with Rounds of Applause, while he exhibited the manner iu which counterfeiter execute their : frauds, aud the su rest and shortest means of delecting them ! Tbe Bank note engravers all say that he is the greatest judge or paier inonej living. pREATEST DISCOVERY of the Pre- " sent Century for DETECTING COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTES. . Describing every genuine bill iu existence, and exhibiting at a glauce every counterfeit in circulation ! I Arranged so admirably, that REFERENCE is JSASX eud UKTJSCriOH lflSi AW 1 OUS. ' inrXo Index to examine, no pages to hunt up. But so simplified and arranged, that the merchant, banker anu business man can set all at a OLANCK. English French and German. 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 complete Summary of tbe finance of Eu rope aud America will be published iu each edi Aon, together with all the important News ul the Day. Also a series ot INTERESTING. STORIES. From an old manuscript found in the East. It furnishes the most complete history ot ORIENTAL LIFE. Describing the most perplexing positions in which the Ladies and Uentleiuen ol that coun try have been so often found. These stories will continue throughout tho whole year, and will prove the mobt entertaining evei offered to the public. ' ILTFurnished weekly to subscribers only, al $1 a year, All loiters must be addressed to jvna t: ui r., inoKor, Publisher aud Proprietor,70 Wall Street, N. York. npfil 1557-ly BU LL'3 S A RS A PA ill LL A ." Townsend's Sarsanarilla. Howe's Marsapurilla, Tobias' Veuitian Liniment, llarrell's Indian Liniment, Terrill's Ointment, M'Allister's Ointment, Buker's Pain Panacea. just received by J. C. MA1RS. mayi0'07 Tavern Stand. Store House, and Dwel line for Sale. rpHE SUBSCRIBER oilers for sale his A Tavern stand, situate on third street, Steubenville, O., known as the " Buckeye House." It is in good repair, and has a fine run of custom. Also, the Store house adjoining, on the corner of third and Washington streets, and. a dwelling house adjoining the lust mentioned house on Washington Street. ' For further particulars, enquire of JAMES HOOD, on the premises. may 27 Cleveland, Zanesville & Cincinnati E.E. T" 1MB TABLE No. 22, to take effect on Monday, April 20, 1857. 5. 15 Express Train leave Cleveland for Millersburg, stops at all way stations Hudson Cuyahoga falls, Akron, N. Portage, Clinton, Bristol, Orrville, Edinburg, Fredericksburg, Lafayette and reaches Millersburg ai 9.40 p.m. 0,45 Accommodation Train leaves Cleve land, stops at all way stations, Hud son, Cuyahoga Falls, Akron, New Portage, Clinton, Bristol, Orrville, Edinburg, Fredericksburg,Lafayctte, and reaches Millersburg at 1.20 a.m. RETURNING. 0.40 Express train leaves Millersburg, stops at all way stations, Lafayette, Fredericksburg, Edinburg, Orrville, Bristol, Clinton, New Portage, Ak ron, Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, and arrives at Cleveland at 11.18 a.m. 3.00 Accommodation train leaves Millers burg, stops at all way stations, La fayette, Frekcricksburg, Edinburg, Orville, Bristol, Clinton, New Por tage, Akron, Cuyahoga Falls, Hud son, and arrives at Cleveland at 9 50 p. m. 0.30 a. m. Express going north, meets Ac commodation going south at Cuyaho ga Falls. 7.10 p. in. Express going south, meets ac commodation going north at Akron, S. PERKINS, mry 27 President and Superintendent Jewelry store is the place to get good goods at reasonable prices. Every article guar anteed as represented. ,., Particular attention given to reparing all kinds of WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY, ALSO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, repaired and warranted. Please call and see my stock and prices. may27tf GAM'L. JACKSON. 1 1ST RECEIVED this day A large Jassortment of BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS &c, SILK CAPES new style, Hosiery, Silk Mits, Brass Hoops, Ladies Lolars Embroideries ate. will be sold cheap for cash. tuay27 J. ALLEN. JOHN MUBPHY. WAGON AND CARRIAGE MAKER, Corner of Washington and 4th ets. STEtmENVILLE, I HlO. frtrAU kinds of repairing attend ttto on the bi. "test notice. may 27-3m- PHYSICIANS' Presciiptions carefully compounded by . may 13 JOHN U MA IKS. 17 AST INDIA CASTOR OIL. A su- perior article, just received and for sale by JOHN C. MAIRS. may 1J BRUSHES A large lot of hair, cloth, scrub, whitewash, shoe, paint and dus ting brushes, for sale cheap by may 13 JOHN C.MAIRS. piCKLES. A largo lot of the best of Pickles (Cucumber) put up in cider (Cucumber) put up vmeaar. for sale bv apr 29 STERLING, KELLS A CO. W IIITE WHEAT FLOUR 50 bbls Extra White Wheat Flour, in store, and for sale by STERLING, KELLS A CO. apr 29 ' PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compoun ded at all hours either day or night by , .., Uuvsa kills. Medical ualU may 6 Third Street FISH ALL KINDS-Salt and Fresh, constantly on hands, at the Grccery store of apr 29 STERLING, KELLS A CO. MEDICINES A full supply of Pprb and SNAnuLTiaATKD just received at the Medical Hall by ' ... ;. , pLIYER KELLS. mayq ' '' 0131 BOf&M WILL BUY OK OT THl BEST PCROlTTVl AND LIVER KPI C1NKS bow Won tfc PuMfe, wBly, I. mi l ImsuUTiw ar Lixt KnMO, tbat at'Mi''tic.ir,mUilaril nor IIetiwl tUia f alki-r CAdiclna knows It U ul oaW a (VMiATtit. but pj LwrmMd;, teUof SM m tha Ur to jot it SM oorMa amur, law aa taa ium&.a mh puM w eurr aff that auttar, that asaMapUnhiaa twa para. a vffecUiaUj without aajof tht rin!ul felinfi t pcriPDMd la tk opermtfcjM at uoat CaUwrtiw. It trantlM tha iTitam at th aiaw Urn that it purwaf Hit, and whan takca daily ia nwdwata Wa U1 tTODgthea aod build It up with nauaual vUltr. . , Da. BiKIDUD lXTHMUIDB U OODBBail)d fBUrlj aSH from ntw articl of aMdiehw, aiarlj, Ouau. 1 Boom idaa of tha atraafth of tbraa fumi mnjU . fnrcMd whaa it In kaewa that an kotila af tu b riortor eantahm aa much atrongth ai ona auadraf ) (low of Oalumal, without uj af ita ilaktarioaa fcrt. O Though poMrMiajr mra nw4'cm aawan, theaa Garni have ban bat litlW kaawa to pbiritiaai, aaS wraraaad in thou- pawrlptwa aniil wnl ia thf eform of tha lnimtor, whleh mat with 1Mb napra wdrnte.1 iuootm aa to indaea tha proprtttor to nSi It mm a rmilr uitodirioa triad aod kuawa hi it aaMta. It hail rani; arar kikd to eara Liter CouyUhMalai thair wont lonnt. Iodl IodiiiMtioa bain' nowl a daraagtd JLinr la nred whan tha Lirer la ataitad to action 1 - J I 1. .uJ k, ft hnhmw ftittlMB ft Am ha Limer, aod aa a proof that tha uvmoutob railana rMtliu dimaaa lat any oaa troublad with Jauodioa Uka , the InTiforator rrgulan ana wara, ana uwir taia M will bagio to aaluma ita original oolor. GaUtaacaa can ba parauoantlr cured by tha b Tijorator. Taka it in amall dona on retiring, and it jlti nattira in her oparatiun. By gradually di minUhlnj tha dona, tha bowala ara Wit in n healthy and aetiva taW, aod work ai rrgularly aa clock work. HSick Utiadacha U Try aoon raliarad by taking a doa ble dote of tha Incigoralar, which correcU all acidity and Kiurnaaa of tha ntumaah l n an ovar-loaded itnmtch it baa no aqual, aa It jSSatelisreiall iipprea-lra or nnauy feeling after eating heartily. For a family medicine generally, all wba na) ato It apeak in tha highest ternu. Dr. BixroBD'e IxviooiiToa cam to oi recommend kna ed an a cur for Lirer Oomplaluti, and ajl diieawa arming from a Diie taad Lirer Tha tmUinnniale of ao many of our Phj niciana in IU faror, Indaead aa to try It, and now coorlctioa la certain that it ia on of the If greateat bleaing arar given to Dyapeptici, fur it made a complete cur before the Brat bottle waa taken and now we can mt anything adibla without trouble, while before nothing but tha llghteat food would ii- Q goat, and often that gaa pain. Mow what w want r to aar to all our raadvra ia, if Lirar Complaint or Dra- i i IT I mtm pepla trouble yon, da not (all to K roniedy in th world. State Act, ia trouble joo, da not (ail to try thn th greataat C There haa nerer been tried In our family a remedy which haa met with auch unbounded aucceaa in th cure of diaeaaea incident to children, aa Dr. SixroWa r IsviooiuToa : nor ii it alone fur dieeawi of children md that we use it ; for It acta aa a Cathartic ao mildly and gently, and acem'i to renorat th ayatrm so ba thoroughly that we think we ara doing a wrrio to fall in adrUlng thm when they need medicine to try thii remedy. Then ara caiaa that bar come nnder )( our notice where gnat baoeBt baa been reoeired in idUeaaea of tha iiwr, Stomach and Uowela, when aU ..other remediee failed to ira relief. Jt hri become aa (jTj naaful In our fomilr that we will not bt r ttbout it. JadumiiUe, Ala. RtptbUctm. rsici out dolus m aorru. 8ANTORD fc CO., Propriatora, Ui Broadway Tvrlr jt-NAMES OF AGENTS.y Oliver Kells. Agent for Steuben ville. John D. Pm:, Cincinnati, and Geo. II. Kkyskh, Pittsburg, Wholesale Agents. may 13"57-ly-ch4!y. BR0ADWAY GOLD PEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, OFFICE NO 335 B0ADWAY, HEW YORK. Fourth Quarterly Sale of Gold and Silver watch es, Gold Watch Chains, Lockets, Bracelets, fto.&e. AGENTS WANTED. LIST OF RETAIL PRICES, kc. Gold Pens 1,00 Gold Pen and Bilver holder 8,110 Gold Pen and doubleextra sjlver holders.. 3.00 Miinimoulh . do do do....4.U0 Leviathan do do do.... 5,00 Fountain Pen, desk holder 3,0(1 Mammoth do do 5,00 Engrossing Pens .2.00 Leviathan and Box 5,00 Gothic Silver case and Pen 3,00 do Eiitrrossing do 4,00 Gothic Muramoth do 5,00 Gold Tooth Picks... 2,00 do Tooth and eir picks 3,00 Pencil. Watch Kev. and 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 Pens 6,00 do do do do 10,00 do Gothic do do 12,00 and all other kinds of styles at the retail pri ces. To the purchasers of our Pens W3 present a numbered Ticket on every dollars worth pur chased, which entitles the holder, by an extra payment of 25 ceuts on each ticket, to a pre mium varying in value from 1 to 100 dollars. The premiums consist of varinvs articles of Jewelry, viz: Gold and Silver Watches, Silver Goblets, Silver Fruit Caskets, Gold Guard Chains for ladies, Lockets, Bracelets, Gent's Gold Fob and Vest Chains, Thimbles, Breast pins, ear Drops, Studs, Kings, Crosses, Ac. Ac, none of which sell for less than one dol lar. Country purchasers may rely on being as fairly dealt with, as regards the prizes as if thev themselves were present. We have been in operation three years and thousands have bought of us, and we have never learned that any one was evec dissatis fied. This plan affords every opportunity of obluiumg a gold watcn or some article oi Jew. elry. fur a trirlintr sum. Our pens, pencil ca ses Ac, are manufactured by ourselves with great care, and we offer them at precisely the same prices asked iu all other stores iu the city. To agents we offer the most advanta geous offers, and any energetic person can do well by working fr us. We wish agents in every place iu the country, and persons who would like to become such will please to ad dress us, and we will send them printed circu lars of prices, terms, Ac We have no stated periods tor distribution. The moment a peu is purchased, the purchaser is entitled to receive his premium on the payment of 25 cents extra. All orders by mail should be address ed MERRICk, BENTON & DEAN, 335 Broadway New York. N B. Gold Fens repointed in a superior manner. Forward the pen and 39 cents in P. O, stamps, and the. pen will be repointed 8nd returned postpaid. 3mos. Spring and Summer Stock OF Fancy, Variety Goods, Jewelry &c, AT WHOLESALE. fFHE UNDERSIGNED, has just re - ceived, 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: Patent Thrend, Shoe Thread, Spool Cotton, Sewing Silk, Handkerchiefs, Boot & Shoe Laces, Corset Laces, Gum Suspenders, Hooks A Eyes, ' Violin String, Tooth Brushes, Knitting Pius, Percussion Caps, Fish Hooks, Shaving 3oxes, Razor Strops, Warren's slacking, Lead Pencils, German Silver Spoons Hair Oils, Envelopes, M'Lane s Medicines, Slate Pencils Hair Brushes, Ivory Combs, Snuff Boxes, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Galoons, Needles A Pins, Buttons, Bonnets, Purses, Pocket sooks, Port Monies, Razors. Scissors, Pen and Pocket Knives, Skeiu Cotton, Shaving Soap, Whale sones, 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 sud Silver Watches, Silver Ware, Jewelry, Ac. The early attention of Country Merchants and others is particularly directed to the above stock. ! ROBERT COCHRAN, 4tli street, above Market, Steubenville. april29'57 Carpets 1 Carpets 1 1 J ALLEN has just received a splendid lot of Three Ply and Ingrain Carpets beau tiful styles. Croat Bargans fur Cash and no rjsist&ke. may27. HV Qt GAEETTT. 1257, Has just received and now epeinf, a large and - beautiful stock of spria f and irnnda. ronsistillf? Ill Part tf Plain Black Sklks, namr1 " Brilliants plain and Fancy. Striped ' Yigani .' Fancy dress . Lawns in ffreat ar- lety,. , tt'Crape, DC. Eepaxif, Black, allWsoa.De . lains, jGinghauis, ' , " . Prints a larpe assort meitt, . Jadumett, Plain and tripci', . .,;. Fancr. colored De mf lains, ' cruvellles " Poolins.. Plain ,'Llnea table cloths, cottom ; '""llriab LiMtM.'" Also i onnnral assortment of French and English cloths and cassimeres, all colors, Qualities and prices casinetts, pant Lin en, cottonades. Lasting drab, deta ; and ; a variety ofotheroods for men and Doye.wear too tedious to mention Bonnets, ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves, mitts, collars, Silk and Liaesi Handkerchiefs &c, 4c., . Ike above goods will be told to suit tne tiinesw voa cash. p.I5'57-ly H. G, GARRETT. Cbeap and Fashionable ClotbUg: I JONES HOMAYEB'S. WBOCE8AI.C AND RETAIL. CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Market st. Three Doors above Fourti; STEUBENVILLE. OHIO, The best assortment of Beady Hade Clothing, Rati and Cunt inr offered in Stenbenvillv THE undersigned has just receivdif awd is addinsr weekly to bis large and gen eral assortment of Ready Made Clothing, the latest styles as they come out, to wliicu he directs tne attention, of his friends and the public, assuring them that he, is pre pared to sell every description ot goods, at prices lower than has ever been purchased in this section of the state. In point ol style, quality or durability, hisGoods can not be excelled in this or any other Wes tern Market. His prices are uniform, and the public may feel confident that they will at all times receive the wertlt ot tuetr money. : It will he to the interest or aw te-cau and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as his Clothing is made to order, he is sat-, islied that he is able to sell better goods at lower prices than any house in the city. J. HOr .uAYKIC, Market street, -three doors above Fourth, Steub. april 23-ly. Spring and Summer Clothing. NEW STOCK. E. FBOHMAN ft CO,, . RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the public generally that their new stock of clothing for the Spring and Summer Trade, manufactured for the Steubenville mar ket at their wholesale establishment at Cin cinnati, has just arrived. It is larger and more varied, and embraces finer articles than usual. ; The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vests and Hats and Caps lor men and boys, handker chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts, and a full slock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Values, Carpet sacks, Umbrellas, Ac. ' FaonvAH A Co. also keep on baud a fall stock of Cloths, and Vesting, aud manufac tures clothing to order, on short notice, at pri. ces that will be satisfactory to purchasers. Fits warranted. Thankful for the very liberal patronage here tofore extended to us. We ask for a continu ance of it, aud beg to assure the public that it will be our constant aim, by dealing houora bly, to deserve it. We may be found at the Washington stand, Market street, ons door east of the Washington Hall. Give us a call. may 20, 1857. E. Frohmaw & Co. WYAjTDArasmHWEiniiLLS HOWARD, PEEBLES & CO., , Manufacturers of , . COLORED AND WRAPPING PAPERS, ! Post Office, Curtain and Hardware Papers, and Straw Boards. Wyandank Kills, Cuyahoga Falls-Ohio. May 1357 J. ft S. COMBS, UAVS TAKKN Cc fining -Saloon AT BAYARD STATION, C. P. R. R Meals will bo served up on ths arrival of Traina and at all times when called for. Also, accom? modations for Lodgers and Teams. . May 13 57 . ' , NEW STORE. THE UNDERSIGNED would res pectfully inform tho citizens of Steu benville and surrounding country, tha, be is engaged in the manufacture of BOOTS. SHOES, LADIES SLIP PERS, &C, and keeps constantly on band, and for sale, Leather of all descriptions and of the very best quality. Black Ink, a superior article, kept constantly on band, of his own manufacture. Store room, borth 3d street, in the building, formerly occupied by i. K.Snowden. apr 21) 57 B. M. OULBERTSOK. . ! WALL PAPERS. THE LARGEST STOCK AND A THE BEST AND CHEAPEST assortment of WALL PAPEKS, BOHDF.KS and WIS-. DOW BLIN DS, is now offered for sale, by . , M DO WELL A CO , apr 29 Booksellers and Paper Dealers'. NEW GROCERY. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED would respect-. A fully inform the public that he is engaged in the above business, and that be keeps con stantly on hand, and for sale al fair prices every article usually kept in a grocery estab lishment. Also, a fair assortment of nmr nnma a rn rn rn 1 f X- O JLJH A WWmJ MIIV A A liberal share of patronage is solicted. " JOHN O. DUNG AN. South East corner of Fourth and North streets. apr 29'o7-3in Carpets ! Carpets ! 1 Carpets ! II . A LARGE and Splendid assortment of 3 ply Ingrain, Brussells, Venitian and other styles, latest patents, Oil Cloths, Hearth Ruggs, Ac, Ac,, will be sold very low. Tlcass calf and Judg foi yourselves, nor 29 J. ALLEN. 18577" Spring Stook. i857 07 T BAGS, OF COFFEE, ' 200 boxes of Tobacco, assorted, . 20 Kegs of Twist, 150 Half Chests Teas, assorted. 140 Boxes Starch. Also Sugars, Molasses, Fish Salt, Spices,' Wooden Ware, Oils, Nails, Glass, Ace, &c, to which we most respectfully iuvita toe attention ot Dealers. mar. 18 C. T. HOLLOWAY Aj CO.- CARPETING : CARPETING II ' carpeting, for sale 10,000 YARDS ionriiertT & Bro. Also, Oil cloths, Window Shades, Buff Hollands, Green ditto, Window Fixtures, Embroidered Window curUlns, Arc, &c. Having opened a room in our building for this branch of trade, purchased largely un der favorabe circumstances we can soli the above goods as low as can be purchas ed in any city, East or V.'cnt. ap8 DOUGHERTY is BUO, 1357. npea cusii.e- meac)iea ytwnt, Plain, Fig'd and col d Tj k. . ., .? .wis. Linen, Sheet.lchecks V: ;:; nffUw.de" "jStella shawls, Pillow cassin?. Cashmere.' '