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PEOPOSED CONSTITUTION ' AMENDMENTS. . . t !' ' AMENDMENT KO 1. . , Resolved b u the Gthcral Assembly' of if. .Vae 0 CAio, limekilns 01 me 1 members elected to each House concurring ihereiu. That it be mid hereby Is proposed to Iha Klociors of llm S'ate to vote mi the teconi Tuesday of October next, upon the approval or rejection of the following amend ments as a bubktitute for the twenty -fifth section of the second Article of the Const itu tion and for the second section of llie snine article, and for the third section of the elev enth article, viz : All regular scssious of the General Assembly tihall commence on the first Monday of Jauuiiry, annually. Senators shall be elected Ivienninily, and Ke'preceittalivea an ' nually, by the electors of thuir respective counties or districts on the second Tuesday cf Octpber. Their term of office shall com mence oo the first day of January next after their election, and that of Senators shall con tinue two years, and that of Representatives one year, senators elected in October next shall hold their offices for two years, and the Representatives elected at the same " time shall hold their ollices for one year. Pro vided, that seventeen of the senators elected on the second Tuesday at October, 1S57, to be ascertained by lot as the President of the Senate may direct, f-hall bold their office for only one year, and their successors shall be elected on the Becond Tuesday of October, one thousand eight hundred and fitly eight, and biennially liiereatler. When any county shall have a fraction above the rates for Uep.escn tative so large thai being multiplied by tor. , the result iduill be equal to one or ujore ratios, additional representatives shall be apportion ed for such ratios among the several sessions of the decennial period in the following tuau ner ; If there be only one ratio then a repre sentative shall to allotted to the tenth session cf the decennial period. If there are two ratios, representatives shall be allotted to the ninth and tenth ses'tollj . If three, to the eighth, ninth and tenth ses sions: Jf four, to the seventh, eighth ninth and tenth; If live.to thesixth.sevenlh.eighlli, ninth and tenth ; If sis, to the tilth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth ; If seven, to the fourth tilth, 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, lifih sixth, (seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth ee.sious of tho decennial piiiod respectively. lu determining tlio number of senators to which any senatorial district may bo entitled in any decennial period, by rea.-on of any fia Ctiou of a senatorial ratio, the fraction shall be multiplied by live, ami if the result, be equal to one senatorial ratio, an additional senator shall be allotted to said district, for the ninth and tenth sessions, Jf it bu equal to two such ra'.ios an additional senator for the sevdhth, eighth ninth ana tenth suasions, nhall be allotted to such district, If three, then to the fifth,-sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth ami tenth. If four, to the third, fouith, fifi.li, sixLh, se venth eighth, ninth and tenth sessions re spectively. If this aURiidiuiiiil be adopted by the electors, the comities now untitled to more thnn one member in either or both brunches ' jf the Legislature in tha fourth and lilth ses sions of toe picscut.decennial period as now . vrovided, shall have a like number of mem bers in each. branch thereof for each session of the remainder oi the present decennial period. ; ; N. 11. VAN WHILES Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS II. F.01ID, , - President of the Senate baled" April S, 1S37. AMENP.MIWT SO. 2.( ' Resolved by the General Assmbhj of Vie Stale o Ohio, I hre filths ol the members elected to each House concurring therein,' that it be and hereby is proposed to the electors of tlnst-ta; to Voluen 11, e second Tuesday of October next, upon the approval or rejection of the following amendment, a-5 a substitute for tin; fifth and i:Ui sections of the fourth article of llie Constitution, viz: Sec. 5. District Conrls shail bit held in each cout)ty, at least once in e.-tsli year, by one or more District judge elected by the elector of separate districts 'to la; prvfcribed bylaw, wliri shall hold their ollices for five years-; and during their continuance in ol'lee shall reside in the district for which I hey aro elects cd. The provisions of the fourteenth section of this article shall apply to District Judges. The General Assembly may by law authorize the judges of the District Court, and the foiit of common pleas, to lix the times of lioldingtheir respective courts. Until district judges shall have been elected and ipititifiy'd. District Court shall ba bold by the Judge of the Supreme Court and' of the courts of entnninn pleas, ns now authorised. Sic. B. The District Court, shall have such juvirdic tion ns may be provided by law, and t he jud ges hereof shall h ive and exercise such pow er and jurisdiction at chambers, a 'id may be required to sit as judges of tin.- courts of Com liniD ideas as shall be directed by law. . ; JN. II. VAN VOKIJES, Speaker of Ike. House of Representatives. - ; THOMAS U. FORD, Pmident of the Senate. rented April 3, 1837. ' amt:m)xknt so. S. Resolvedly the General Asumhly of he Stale of Ohio, T!iree-fif:inftlip mein bein fleeted to c-ii'-h branch conniring therein, that it be and tie fame hereby V proposal t l,t 'electors of Ibe finite, to vote, on llie second Tuesday of October next, to apprise or reject the following amendment as a substitute for the second and third sections of tho twelfth lirlii-ie of tho Constitution. ' All nronertv, peisoiiai, nnl real, snail tie object to tiix'iition liy a uniform rule, sit the ! true vn hie theiyoi in money, uui such unc tions from credits may be allowed as the Gen eral Assembly may ch-emixjiedieut ; p-ovided that burying grounds, public cchool houses, and all other pub'ic Tiiopi.-rt v,'nnd all instihi- tidns of purely public charity, a.ul nil honer used exclifsi'vely firr public worship, shall be I exempt from taxation; and if tlio value of the personal property of any person shall not I exceed fifty dollars tlio s ime liiay be exempt j Irani taxation.' All property employed in ban-1 king shall always I mar a burthen of luxation : ritual to I Ual imposed' on ,Uie pn per'.y of iudi iduals. N. II. VAN VORI1ES. fycakef 'of the ILase of Representatives. . f l. ,;, THOMAS JI. FORI), . ." ... .'-'.u , -j , ... Prendeni of the Senate. 'Dated April 3, 1857. ! " .-v- ,; ..'.Li, i. . AMEJ.DMENT NO, 1. i l . ...... - RcSolved Itttthi General Assembly of the .State of- Ohio, Threo-fiuhY of the members' elected 'to inch house concurring therein, That it be and lieroby is proposed to the elecDnrt of the State, on Hie Second Tues day of October next to approve or reject the ftjllow.'mst .snieiidti.ent as a substitiite for the first and second sections of the thirteenth nr ticle of .tlie.-Coimtitiitioi,'yi : Coiporations of i V ... t ... ' .,1. Jiv 1 ..! I ... Cvery iiescnpumi rnau in- crgi'.ieu, tinu lui. rate' powers, panted only by general laws ' Which i bnll UcliitO thpiwei prlvibgps and imniunittes and presenoo tlio dunes and Uix bililitft of ench;j:!B or''de(!i'iptifiis of coipo- . ntiumi 'but tho-Geiwal Assembly may emuit pi'CIAl 14W8 t,'.ir IU" reuei 01 ruiporuuons ill " peculiar cases and' m t'y make sj cial ptdvis 1011s iu reward to corporation! in cases whe.re rrom:their'ecuTn "location or interest Mich 1, VpcriaL provisions ,are reoired, an it may frtnn UwwluiiHlir,r'k-iJoal'aU f,ub!i. ;law.n lire authorized by this ier4,ion. v - tMWyoiqiESr - -:'Ut'vf.ihe'jIuiui6ofRX)rmntuUvt. -," ";. ;'; resident of the Senate. f- AJinu.-t Li, I aw. v "'Resolvedly the. General' Assmhly of the State of Ohio, Thrce-filths Of the members elected to ach house concurring therein. That it bo 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 an additional section to 'article eleven of the Constitution. Every county which now is, or may hereafter be entitled to more than one Sena'.or or representative for the residue of the present decennial period, or for all, or any portion of any subsequent decennial perioil shall be divided into us many Senatorial and Representative districts as there may be Sen ators or Representatives elective in any year of tho 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 tho rule herein given as to contiguity of territory, and without dividing any township, election precinct, f.r ward. It any representative, or senatorial district, composed of two or more counties shall by reason of any excess of population over a ratio, bo 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 ns near a ratio as is attainable without dividing counties. f by reason of the annexation of one Sena torial district to another, there shall ha any' excess of population over a Senatorial ratio which shall be entitled to additionel represen tation for un v portion of anv decennial period, nch district as' now constituted, shall elect one Senator. Counties shall be divided into districts by tho county commissioners or such other board of ofiicers elective and resident iu the proper coiinly as may be provided by law. At least four months prior to the gcueral election iu 1S03, tho counties entitled to mora than one member of either house shall be divided into districts for the residue of the present decen nial period, and at least four months prior to the m-neral election in tho first year of each subsequent decennial period, the counties en titled to more man one mcmucr lot- nil, or any portion of such decennial periud, in either or both houses shall be divided into districts for llie whole of the decer.tiial period. A descrip tion of the district ot each comity shall be pub lished as may be directud by the county com missioners or as may be prescribed by lnw. N. .11. VAN Y01UIES, Sneaker oft he Home of Representatives. THOMAS II. FORD, President of the Senate. Sir.'ttETAr.Y of State's Oi-tici:, I Columbus, April 4, 1857. j I hereby certify that the t'oiegoiug proposed Constitutional amendments -are correctly co pied from the original rolls on file in this oiiicc. JAS. II. UAKIiR, aplS-Gm Secretary of Slate. WOODWELLS EUMITUEE AND CnAIKS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, lMDUACING every kind of Furniture in liosewoou, Mahogany and Walnut, snilablet or PAHLOliS. CHAMBERS, and DINING ROOMS, Equal to any in New York or Philadelphia, and at lower prices, every article mr.do by hand iiml-warranted. Cabinet Makers supplied with any quantify of Furniture unci Chairs, on reasonable term. Hotels and Steamboats furnished at the shorlest notice. Warerooms, Xos. 77 end 73 Third street, ritt-l)iir:;h, l'a. foblbV OHIO FOUNDRY. rSMIE UNDERSIGNED would re spictfully inform the public generally that he is currying on the Fonndary business iu all its various branches. He is now'mauu facturing a large vuriety of cooking Stoves, to wit: No. 1, Hartley improved, for coal or wood ; , '2 " " " - ' " 4, Airtight, " " " 4, Union Large Oven ' " " 0, Aurora " for coal ; " 4, Jv; tin. " for coal or wood; " 7, Kepulllc lor wood; " .'!, Improved elevated oven, for coal ; " 7, liuckeye, for coal or wood ; Large ISa'oon cal burner ; " ; I'gg'chuj-ch stove ; lid. 1. Q a . " " 1 4 i2, Franklin stoves ; ' " ,2,t aj cook stoves ; Kiglit different patterns of Arch Orates.; , Pour " '. Cast Fenders ;" Wagon boxes) wholesale or retail :' ' Plow Points, of all the diffen-ut patterns; i No. 5, Patent lever Plow castings; ( 1'hn e sizes cooking Grates, Castings made to order or. the shortest no tice. . All of which, will be sold at reduced prices. O'l am also carrying on in connection with the a!)nve the Till and Copper Business. 3J" Wareroom, Market street, below tlio Bank, Slenben villi", Ohio. ociiW-iy. WILLIAM L.SnATvP. AMERICAN' HOTEL. fplIE UNDERSIGNED having taken charge of this House, would most res pectfully notify the traveling public that it Ins been thoroughly renovated and refit ted, and ho iu prcmued to accoino'latn his inu a in ., t.winfini nml ufvlo ii-liiili ln triis'p, will give entire snttsiitel ion. A liberal bhar'o ol'patronag'.' is solicited. , VII1T. O'NEAL, Prop'r. Corner of Third am! Adcms Streets, Steubeiivillo, Ohio. April 107. . WAGCT AKB CASMAGE SHOP. THE undersigned would rcf pecil'ully in fi.rm tho public thai, thev still carry on their osi,,.lS at thesland fotiiierly occupied by.H. M.Priswr, South 3d St., between Jdams and Market Streets. . From their knowledge of the b'.-Miie.-M, l!iey hope to be able to five satisfac tion to their patrons'. ' ' ' A liberal Rharo ol etisloru is respectiany so icited. "... Jon.i Kexii:i.l, npril 3,'.'7 i-y. "' A. J. 1'hynoi.os. LOOT AND : SHOE JTAKlirACTORY ,t '.FLO'I'Q wor.M, rrspeetfully inform 'the eitiens of Steubenville that he is engaged in the manufacture of Boot arid Shoes, nnd ih prepared to supply to order on nboH notice, lie keeps "oh hand the bent material,' and hopes to be able to give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patiouage. Ks tablifhmenl on north Fourth street, opposite the Franklin House. . ; , A. FLOTO. apr r.r7-ly . CHEAP GOODS. ' T TTIR KAMIT.V T)RV fJOOriS STORE of DOUGHERTY-A imO.-Wo have just received from the eist, the lamest and mogl fashionable stock of KEW GOODS, for Spring Trade, ever opened, in this market. Comprising allkinds of Ladies' dress goo'ds that ure new and fashionable together with all kinds of House furnishing goods, hosiery, g!ovtn, embroidories, Mnntillai, phawls, Don nets, ribbons, in. fact all kinds, of family Dry GuoiU, both Foreign and Domestic, that can bo Jon nd in the market.' VVe would jnvite our friends and the pub lic, to L'ivo nsacifll, as we will tellatpiices that will compete with any house castor west. apf i'j oi . 1 . - i L MlLfcEit '. '- i . ' R. SFIFRKAED, JR. MILLER & SHEERARD. . - 4 TTORNEYS & COUiNsELLORS AT LAW , Office, Market Stifet, oppo site Washington Hall, Steubenville, , Ohio. Prompt iittentiou Io collecting and securing claiius. A genu for obtaining i'ensiouS and Bounty . lauds. Land Warrants bought aud sold.- .' .Marl9 1H5C - , - ;: 100 bU LOG WOOD and 50, boxe - Extract of Logwood just, received by ort. J. ' ' JIEN1N0 & MELVIN. . ' .FLETC2E3 FOWLED. : - LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, NAILS , ; ' AND GLASS, ' V' Also Eoal E.tate and ViUas Proporty. . BSKALD, ILLINOIS. May H'j7 J. W. THOMPSON, SURGEON DENTIST, RICHMOND, 0. i"FFICE, Main Street, opposite Ex change Hotel. ID" All operations Tvarranrtd.jrj lec2-t j7w. mandei.. c. hineman MAN DEL & HINEMAN, MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap i'l & Candles, Fourth Street-w between Market & Washington, Steubenville, O., "The hitrhest market price in cash paid for Lard, Grease, and Tallow." April 8, '07 ly. JAMES ELLIOTT, A TTORNKY AT LAW, Steubenville, flliir, rift, TCiirili side of Market street above Fourth. aug.2Uly. UOPF.R1CK 8. VOODET. KDWAKB M. Jl'COOK MOODEY & M'COOK, 4 TTflPNUVS AT LAW. ! Ohio. Office corner of Market ami Fourth streets, second story. innySl '55 AMITI. ETOKKLY. STOXELY & J A MEN M. SHAN K SHOE. A TTORNEYS AT LAW, will prompt lv attend to all busincNs entrusted to tliom, in Jcllerson and tho adjoining conn tics. Ollico inKilgore Iluildings, Market Street, Steubciiville. niarlUnollvJ. JOQS A. DINOnAM. W. R. LLOVD EINGHAH & LLOYD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the comer of Third and.AIai ket streets, oppo site the Court House, Steubenville, Ohio. January 1, 18o5. B. PAYNE, M. D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AXD SUHCEOX. AEFKIE on Fuurllt street, North . of XJ Market, Bleiibeiiville, Ohio. Dr. l'ayno will continue in heretofor to give special attention to the treat m ent of chronic diseases of tlio lung-i, stomach, livur, tc. and all diseases peculiar to emales. fob 18, HAMILTON IRVING HOUSE. "VTEWARII, LICKING COUNTY. 0 N.I). Tliis house has been leased for a term of years, and entirely refitted and newly firm-died. Tho Proprietor solicits a liberal sh are of public pat roi.ngo. b 1 1 T. 1). HAMILTON. Proprietor. The Watson House. C! WATSON, having almost entirely rc furnished and fitted up anew hist spacious hotel in the town of New Lisbon, is now pre- ! pared to accommodate the travelling public in If. . . . .1 Tl ' . a . 1 1 .. 11, .1-1 the liesi style, rtis taoio win i,u a.iwajs iur nished with the most choice products of 1 lie season, and the treatment of his guests will al wavs be such as to give full and general satis faction. Call at tho sign of the CROSS KEYS, Xcw Lisbon. June u. Unitefl States House T W. EAIIL, rro'prietor, corn er Mar- ket and high streets, uear the River, Steu nville, Ohio-, Jan. 1, fij. Jan. 1. HARE'S HOTEL, , NO. l;M LIDERTV STREP.T, Mouth of Fifth Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. SAMUEL HARK, Proprietor. dee..l9-ly. ST. CLAIR HOTEl 7, (FOIIMKEI.Y KXCIUN'JK HOT1X.) Comer of Penn and St. Clair Streets, PITTSBURGH, PA. W. C. CONKF.LLY, Proprietor. C. T. HOLLOW.Y. J. A. I.IPP INCOTT C. T. HOLLOW AY & CO. Successors, to Fbazier i DitrcNxi:.-. WHOLESALE GROCERS, FfluW AMINO 6 COMMISSION MXBC1 IANT3. noo.'ii. ... STEUBENVILLE, 0. ' S. . COURSE'S RAiS ARTiER and fashionable liAi'r olrcsscr. nzors set, ana ail Kinds ot aurgicai in s'ruinciits put in good 'di'do'i. Room under J . i -tr t. .ri- ........ 0.1 .1 ,1 1 1. .. t!ie Wnshiiigtnh ball', botwecu 3d. and april 5th, ISoj- 7.' D..'. Sherr cw,. 'Bart er , Tyotilil- respectfully inform his fr iends ' and flie piiblic, that He is rpady at all times (SabliiiMi 'excepted)' to waitupon custo mers in iiis'linn.' Pooms South 4lh Street, one door north of the JTorton Hotel. Barber Shop. CJAMPSON WARFIKLD would re- sped fully inform the public that lie has open ed a l'arlior Minp, on jtiarjcei m., meuneii vine, in the tinder story of Jl'Langlilin's Building, (iirecl.lv opposite the Wn-l,ingt-on hall, where ho is ready to wait upon cuslemers at, all times, (Sabbaths excepted,) and would solicit a reasonable share ol patronage. S. WARFIELD. Steubenville, Jan. 28. . THOMAS MEANS, , 4 TTOUNEY AND COUNSELLOR at Law. Office, Maiket Street, orie door 1 below tho Tost Olllc e, Steubenville, 0. declll Steubcnvillo roanilry and Kachine Works JOStril MHAVS, JAMKS Vi'.ANS. JR. OF.O. "MEANS MEANS & BROTHERS, . MANUFAClbllEUS OP STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY, And all kinds of Railroad Work, , And every variety of IRON AND 1JRASS CASTINGS. Switches ; Mill Gearing for Saw Wrought and cast Frogs :. nnd trnst Mills, Car Wheels, various. ; Shaftings and Pull- sizes, Car I'edeslals, Cur Oil Boxes, hubs Iron Bridges, Hack Wheels, ; Cast Iron Fronts, I ' Window caps, sills ; tind, coal Vaults.. ; Bolts and nuts, out ;.' and.Turnirig, Plan ; ing, Screw cutting Coal car Wheels. , Threshing Machinos, ILTOur facilities for work are not surpassed by any shop in the State, uud our stock of Patterns being large; all orders for the above work will bo filled , promptly and in the lest. manner. (, ' ;,, - -. r Sept. 12-U. Clotns, Cassimere's. Vestings, &o. T UST Rocoived by Dougherty & Bro for sprin; anil summer Trade, a very large and superb stock of Goods in this lino in which may he found everything tiiat is new and desirable for Men and boys. J. G. BARR, who superintends the bus iness, will make to order, in the beat stylo and with promptness, any garment at low er prices and which will compore in -style and workmanship with any establishment in una traoe. Ready madk ci.otiiino. We have al ways on hand a larje and superb stock of Ready made clothing of our own manufac ture, which we will warrant, and sell at as low prices as can ho' found nhy where. , DOUGHERTY & BRO., .. ap8. ''Third and Market eti., fcteub. . NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! I CALL AT GEORGE SCOTT'S on Market St. and see his stock of Dress Silks, plain and fancy.- .. Uarage Kobes, Lawn Koocs, uarages, Crape-d-Espang.- All wool Delaines. . ; CIIALL1S, GINGHAMS, UB1LIANTS . ; CALICOS, Sic. -He has iust returned from the East with an entire new stock of goods and is prepared to offerstill 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 siock oi goous inai will embrace a greater variety, and sell at a price that will suit all. Hut particular atten tion is requested to his assortment of h - - MILLINERY GOODS in this will be found HON'NTS of all prices, FLOWERS, BORDERS and STRAW TRIMMING, FRAMES, CROWN LININGS, NETTS, . ' &e.. &c. And in fact all kinds of Goods usually fotind in first class Milinarv Rooms.. He hopes to meet a liberal patronage In this department, anil will spare no pains or expense in maniug it worthy by introduci.ig every new style that appears in the eastern niaiKci. STELLA SHAWLS, BROCHB SHAWLS, CRAl'E SHAWLS, PRINTED SHAWLS, TJIlBKf SHAWLS, MAXTLliS, &C of every imaginable stylo and price. Collars from lic to 4,0i) Sleeves, Floiinc'ngi?, Inserting and I'.dg- ings, Veils, Embroydereu. lltindkerclnets, Dimity Bands, S-c. ,c; together with these, lie has a line lot of French corsets, skirts of all kinds. Hoops, iS-c. He has, undoubtedly, the best assort ment of Goods, this Spring, that ho has ever opened in Steubenville, and will ofi'er rare bargains to all that will lavor Jinn with their patronage. ap. 8,'57 NEW GOODS. & COBLE. Comet of 4lh nUNLAP and Adams streets, trrateful and encoura ged by the liberal patronage hitherto extended to them in ibeir business, beg leave to inform their friends and the purchasing community at large, that they are now receiving their Spring ! Sleek of Dry Uood.i, which for beauty, it variety ihey oiler the comment assurance is not io ue 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 i3 desirable in the Dry Goods line, from the finest to the commonest fabric, we keep constantly on lfapd a full as sortment of ' ' CARPETING, MATTIXG, FLOOR OIL C4,0 ni, WINDOW Do. Window Shade and Drugget, lo"cliier with a largo assortment of BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, and Phila delphia made BOOTS and SHOES, as well as Boots and Shoes manufactured by ourselves of the best, material and by hist class workmen. We continue also, as heretofore, to manufacture to order, Gentleineus' 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 wi:h in but few cities. Our unremitting efforts will lie to render every possible satis faction to our customers. If fair dealing and low prices will secure the continuance of a large trade, it will be enjoyed by april fc','57 DUN LAP & COBLE. HOUSEHOLD WORDS. pREEN AND BLACK TEAS, Juva Coflee, KIO do. N. 0. Sngnr, Crushed do. - L'.'iltiinnro tirrup, IS'ew York do. 5 Rioe, S . Tobacco and Cigars, Butter Crackers, " Soda, " Sugar " Macaroni, Vermicelli, Spices, Pickles, Sauces, Z; Lemons, Oranges,; o Plumbs, Prunes, Fig. '. . llaisins. The above together with n largo slock of other articles too tedicus to motion, which are now ready for inspection and sale, at the store of STKRLING, KELLS & CO., new Maud north side of Market, a few doors west of 4th. april 8,'57. .' . " new grocery sfoRET" THE DNUKBSIGNEI) would respect- fully inform, the citieens of Steubenville and surrounding country, that he las opened a G R OCERY STORE on the corner of 4th and Adams streets. It is his intention to keep a constant and general assortment of all such articles as are usually kept in grocery stores. The highest market price will be raid for produce. He hopes by. strict attention to business, and by filing low, to be favored with a liberal share of poblia patronage, upiilb,o7 MATTHEW WORSTELL. Lcok Oat for the New Drug Store on the Corner. fpiie undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of Steubeiivillo, and vicinity, that he has opened a now Drug; store, on the couth east corner of Fourth pnd Mar ket streets. ' -. ' . . Where may bo found at all times a large and well selected, stock; of Pure Drugs, medicines, Paints, Oils, &c, JOHN 0. MAMS. Physicians' prescriptions carefully pre pared. : ..; : ROF. WOOD'S Hair restorative, IIoofland'h GraiMAN Bittees, Kl'siiton's Con Livkr Oil, Buown'sEssexcb of Gi.VGna, I'l-hk Salid Oil, for table use. Just received and for sale by ' may 6 ' OLIVER HELLS, Medical Hall. JETNA AIR-TIGHT STOVE. COOKING STOVE designed for Farmers and hotel-keepers, burning wood and coal, and guarantied to (five satisfaction to purchasers. Also-, Live Ouk Large Oven, for burning wood ; Star, of the w est, and Aurora. These stoves are fa suporior to any yet introduced for bakintr and roaslinir, iu re- spect.to saving fuel and .for durability they are unequalled. Manufactured by , A., iiradley, Pittsburgh, The subscriber, keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Tin Sheet Iron, brass ware, sell-sealini' cans. Ac, J'ersons In want of anythiog in his line will save money by giving In in a call. Snouting roonng and all kindsofjob work done to order and at the lowest prices. Jibe hijliost nrices paid for old. copper and pewlcr. Store north side of Market. three doors west of 4th. J.H.LINDSAY, april 8 57-ly , ; '. .1. WEAVER'S EXTRA SALT.-lOO '.barrels of weaver's -extra salt just re ceived and for sale by . i -,-f r., . opril 29. , ; VfEkLINfJ JCELL3 k CO, S.' ROTH ACKER. Kichtnond, JclTurson County, Ohio. . ; BoolstlUrs, Stationers, Paper Draleri, Blank Bok Manufacturer and Book-iimdrn, D EALK11S at Wholesalo and Retail, in School, Classical, Medical, Theological, Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, lluled and Plain Cap, Post and rote fii.eM,rrinuug uu Wmrniivr Pnriers. Wall Papers and Borders, School, Comilliig-bouse and Fancy Stationery. ruerchauts and others aesinng i r'"""' will do well tocall aud examine our stock. ' The highest market price paid for Jtags.. - M' DO WELL fe CO., North side of. raakct, above Foui th street Steubenville. Ohio. Ja Piaoos and Jlelodeons. HAVING OPENED A DEPOT FOR the sale of Pianos and Child & Bishop's Mclodiaus, the undersigned invites the public tr, ,vill mid examine his instruments. They are of a superior make, second to none, and sold at extremely low prices henco un doubted satisfaction can be given to purciiaseis, so, come and see before buying cisewhero. A number of instruments always on hand for examination and competition. All instru ments warranted. Old Pian6s taken in ex change. C. MUELLER. Kilgore Block, Market st., Stcubenrillo julvlbif. Dry Goods Groceries, Queensware &c., I EWIS ANDERSON begs leave to in " form the public that he has resumed busi ness in the room between Garreett and Mc' Carty's store on third Street lower end of the Market. Where he intends to keep a general assortment of such Goods i s is usually kept in Grocery Stores, ths highest price paid for produce. lie hopes by close attention to business and selling low to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the City and Coun- t0Jan.23-'57. LEWIS ANDERSON.. A LMtCli STOCK OF Fall and Winter Goods. SUPERIOR Black and Blue, Brown, Olive and Green Cloths. Extra fine Black French Cassiincrcs, French fancy Cassi meres. Vcstings: Silk, Satin, (Jrer.'ndincs, Plush, Velvets and White Silk Vestings, all neweft styles, and be made in the best manner. Shirts, fancy o.nd colors, Undershirts and Gloves, and all other kinds of I uruisliing Good Always on hand, Ready Made Clothing, and all very low tor cash. J. LlTTJiH, Merchant jailor, novo 2J door from corner oA & Mar. GEE aTeEDTCTIOH' OF T ARB IFF, 4 T Tlllfi NEW and FASHIONABLE Hat and Cap store, at tho North West Corner of Market anil Fourth Streets ; and NO DECEPTION, NO ODDS OR ENDS ON HAND, or OLD STOCK, biu'shed up fuom skaon to season, to palm oil' on tho unknowing ns newly laid in. Goods. His Stock is en tirely new, fashionable, and direct from tho Maiiufuetiirers, and the people are leahn- INO 'I'.ll! FACT, TllATdLASSCiOw'sFASHION- Anr.F Hat & Cap Empouhm, is the proper place to obtain Head Covering at a faiii PRICE. Recollect the New Hat & Cap Store is at the Corner of Market and rourth Sts. and tlio place to get the value of your mon ey. Please call nnd examine lor yourselves nov.P.) WM. N'LAL'GIILIJt J.NO. M'MfGllI.IN, Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory. M. M'LAUGULIN & SON, Market Street. Steubenville, opposite the Wash ington Hall, keep constantly on hands a gen eral and extensive assortment of SADDLKS, 15U1DI.KS, 1IA11NIWS, CAItPP.T BAGS, TRUNKS, WHIPS, Ice, ice. Robes, hor.-.e lilankcts, new styles : Sleigl bells, girths, nets, etc., all of which they are nrenared to sell wholesalo or retail. f. superior stock of Trunks on hand, to which particular attention is directed. All articles in their lins in store, or if pre ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the nest manner. Orders molietted, nnu satislac lion rendered. WM. M'LAUGULIN A SOX. sicuueuviuc, u.ecn. no.-iy. Pulton Eonndry, Steam Engine & Car Factory, WELLSVILLE, OHIO. ' UTKAM ENGINES, Stcnmlloata, Steam Ferry I!oat, hulls nnd wood work com plete, steam bailers, sheet Iron work, mill ma chinery, and castings for grist and saw mill?, 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 ho can do work as well and as low as any establishment in the cast or west. All communications will meet with prompt attention. . F, GEISSE, June i:i. Wtllsville, Ohio nUUGS, &c., Tho unilersigninl ing Just received n largo and coir hav- comnletc stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dy est nils Ic. c, desire to call the attention of Dealers, Physicians nnd others thereto. i Our stock was purchased from first hands, and selected wiih great cure by one of the firm. Tho qualitv of the goods we sell we will guarantee at all Mino. PRICES as low as nny house, West of llie mountains. Personal attention paid to .shipping. Oct. 1. HENTNU & MELVIN. H0LL0WAY & CO 1 1 AS JUST RECEIV ED 300 BUs Pome- M roy Salt. . . - 100 ' N. O. Molasses, SO " Golden Syrup, 10!) " Ulrica Lime, April 8. C.T. HQLLOAVAY. Spring and Summer stock or Fancy, Variety Goods, Jewelry &c., AT WHOLES LE THE UNDERSIGNED, has just re- ceived, and opened for the inspection of purchasers, a large, full, and elegant assort merit of Fancy, Variety Goods, Jewelrv. fcc, which ho purposes selling at a fraction above unit. cost. J he stock consists in part of Patent Thread, Shoe Thread, , Spool Cotton, Sewing Silk, Handkerchiefs, Boot & Shoe Laces, Corset. Laces, (ium Suspenders, . Hooks A Eyes, Violin String, tooth Brushes, Knitting Pins, Percussion Caps( ' Fish Hooks, Shaving Uo-xcs, Jlazor Strops, . Warren's Blacking, hlato Pencils Hair Brns'hes, Ivory Combs, Snuff Boxes, Hosiery, Olovcs, . Ribbons, Galoons, Needles & Pins, . Buttons, Bonnets, Purses, Pocket Books, , ' Port Monies, 1 Razors, : . : Scissors, Pen and Pocket Knives, . : Skein Cotton, Shaving Soap, Whale Bones, . Note Paper, Silk Lace, Lead Pencils, German Silver Spoons Hair Oils, Envelopes, M'Lune s Medicines, Silk Veils. Also, Muslins, Ginghams, Prints, -and a genera! assortment of Dry and Variety Goods, Violins, Accnrdeons, and Musical Instruments. A Jarge stock of Gold aud Silver Watches, Silver Ware, jewelry, Ac.- The early attention- of Country' Merchant's and others is particularly directed to' the. above stock ' . V .; J ROBERT COCHRAN, ' 4tJi htrect, above Market, Steubenville. npriI29'57 ' ; ' . . jnpEDrCLNEfj.--A full supply pf Pitre "A and uxAmaTBaATKD just received at the Meaical Hall by ' OLIVER KELLS. , , , : - i . - ' '"' .' -s, '''',. CLARKE'S FEMALE PELLS THE ORE A TENGLIS'HR E ME D T ;.. PREPARED FROM K PRESCRIPTION OF. ; SIR J. CLARKE, M. B., PHYSICIAN KX- : TRAonillNARY TO THE QUEEN. V HMIIS lnvnlniible medicine is unfailing in the cure of 'all those painful and dau K.T..U. disorders to which the female constitu tion is subject. It moderates all excess and amoves ail obstructions, and a speedy cure may bo -relied oil. " s.t, TO MARRIED LADIES 1 ' it is peculiarly suited.' It will in a short time bnn" on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price one dollar, bears tlie uo? eminent Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. " . CAUTION. These Pills should not be-taken by females that are pregnant, during the first three months, as they are sure to bring on miscarriage ; but at every other timo and in every other case they are perfectly safe. Solo Agents for this country, I. C. BALDWIN & CO., Rochester, N.V. Tutti.e & Moses, Auburn, N. Y General gents. , . N. 15. $1,00 and G postage stamps enclosed to any authorized agent, will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. . For sale wholesale and retail by Hening & Melvin, Steubenville, 0., and by Druggists generally ' tlrclO-ly Boyer's Compound Extract of IIOREIIOUND CANDYIU PREPARED WITH GREAT CARE ' from suiidrv: articles, principally Ex pectorants, or remedies used by physicians tin- r.lenniiin- tho throat or air passages, and nroduciiiL' healthy action in those parts. lbs candv is continently recoinmemicu fur (l.dds. Comrhs. lloarieness. clcannj; the throat, difficult Expectoration, in ca scs of Phtlivsic. Whooping Cougli, Chronic Asthniaand Bronchitis. -It may also; he used us a pailiativo iisevcro cases of these and other directions. It is a" stronjr rec ommendation of this candy, that it contains some of the best remedies, in a convenient aiid nleasant vehicle, in which they can bo exhibited to adults and children, who have un aversion to taking medicines alone. I'll inventer relies on the intelligence ol an enlightened public to test tho virtues of his candy, by a iair trial. He does not pretend that it will necessarily and infal libly cure all the afloctions in which he would recommend Us use ; uut no ocneves it will bo found a pleasant, safe and useful remedy, in those anections, when they aro not sufficiently acute to require medical at tendance ; and there aro hundreds of such enses in all communities. Manufactured and sold wholesale and retail by tlio inventer. Fourth st., between Market nnd Adams, Steubenville Ohio. 'loL 24-3in JOHN 1SOYUK. DELAY NOT, Ye who Consider a Fine Head of Haii N TATUfE'S GREATEST ORNA- meat, but ere it is too late use SANDER'S SCALP TONIC, which restores the healthy condition of the scalp, causes hair to grow on the bald, ana checks nuy tenddiicy towards its falling out nod lecoiiiiiur hill. ILT For sale at the principal druggists, nnd and by the Proprietor, Sixth Sneet, two doors below Smifhlicld : or at the-Mansiun House, Liberty Street, Pittsburg. febl. Notice to Shippers and Consignees Via Steubenville and Indiana Kanroad. ' , A DAILY ERKIGUT TRAIN (Sun days excepted,) is now running to New ark, leaving this station at 4.40 a: m. Shinners and consignees will please con elude their shipments and receive their con signments previous to a o clock 1. m., as no freight will be received or delivered after that hour, F, eights for Cddiz will be received up to the above lime. 1 asscngars purchasing iick ets, will hereafter be carried on the Freight Trains. Uy order of the Superintendent. LAFAYETTE DEVENNY. marll ' General Agent, I.NORTON HOUSE. THE UNDERSIGNED would respect, fullv notifv tho travelling community that he is ready to receive guests, and will take groat pleasure in rendering tliem com firtablc, by prompt nnd careful attention to their demands.. H.ls the earnest desiro of tlio proprietor to give entire satisfaction to tiiose who may lavor him with their pa troliasre. It is his intention to have his ta ble always furnished with tlio most choice productions of the season. .i A liberal share of public favor is most respectfully solicited. C. A. BOWERS, Proprietor. South 4th street, Stv.ubenvillo Ohio. . inarll'57'. Cleveland, Zanesville & Cincinnati R.. '1MMIS TABLE No. i2, to take ell'octon Monday, April 20, 1857.. '. 5.15 E x press Train leave Cleveland for Millcrsburg, stops at all way stations Hudson Cuyahoga Fulls, Akron,- N,. Portage,, Clinton, Bristol, Orrvi'.lo, Edinburg, Fredericksburg, Lafayette and reaches Millersbu'rg at 9.40 p.m. G.45 Accommodation Train leave? Cleve land, stops at all way stations, Hud pon, Cuyahoga Falls, ' Akron, New Portage, Clinton, Bristol, Orrville, Edinburg, FrcdericksburgjLafayette, . .. and reaches Millersb'urg'at 1.20 a.in. RETURNING. , C.40 Express train leaves Mijlershurg, stoiis at all way stations, Lafayette, Fredericksburg, Edinburg, Orrville,' Bristol, Clinton, JNew Portage, Ak ron, Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, and arrives at Cleveland at 11.18 a.m. 3.00 Accommodation train leaves Millers . hurg, stops at all way. stations, La . fiiyulte, Frekericksburjf, .Edinburg, Or'viire," Bristol, Clinton, New Por tagofAkroni i Cuyahoga Falls,' Hud son, an jttrr.iyes, lit Cleveland at 9 50 p..m , ,'. .,: , - 9.30 a. ni-Express going north, meets Ac commodation going south at Cuyahb- ga-Fdis. 7.10 p." Til. Express-going south; moots ac . c'o'ihih'oda'ttblf go'ihg" iiotth'at Akrori. s.perkins,,: . mry t, . -, . fce.p)4b.hX Superintendent Spriiiu ; and- Summer- Dress . Goods j.''ailbn"." . HAS JUST RECEIVED a large and fashionable -stack of Ladies' and Gents.' Dress Goods-LATEsi Impobtationi Bonnets.,' Trimmings,' ParasolsLinen Table Cloths, !-1 risk Linens, Embroideries,' fifie' White Mil's-' litis, ail kinds; Brown Mnslinsl Tickings, Checks, Hosiery, Spring arid summer Shawls a large assortment.-The-above goods and 4 host of others will be sold for a small advance at llie store of J. Allex, corner of 3d and Mai; ket streets: ; ; ';' ' . " apr29fj;" ' -. . CAEJETING i CARPETTWO ! I 10 hfift 'YA'llDS carpetingj for. ale' '-. Also, Qil .cloths, Window i5h',adefi,.j Burl; itonanos, .lireen uttto, Window Fixtures, Embroidered Window curtains, &c, &c. Having opened a room in our huilding tor tbis branch of tradej purchased larg'e-ly: un. der favorabp circumstances, we can soil the above goods its lowlas can be purchas ed m any cvty, J'.ast or ..west. ip8' DOUGHERTY 4s BRO. Transportation, CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R. R. -SPRING ARRANGEMENT, c -?k TRAINS RHW THaoUOB TO - h-' 7-V WHEELING AND PITTSBURGH; ; AN AND AFTER Wbdnsday. April" U 22 ISS1, Trains'JB'ill leave dailylfSnndays cxeepted os follows , : ' t . "i LS VE CLEVELAND . . 7.45 A,M. Mail Train stops at all way stations; - arrives at Pittsburgh at 2.25 p. M.; Steubenville at 12 54 P. M., and at ' .. Wheeling at 2.06 P.M.-"- ' '. ( ' 2.45 P. M.-Express Train stops only at Hud' 1 son, itavenna, Alliance, Uayard, Salineville, Wellsville, and Liver. pool, and arrives at Pittsburgh at 8,40 P.M. leaving Steubenville t 4,44 P.M. , : 3.15 P. M. Accommodation Train for Raven- 1. na and Way stations.' LEAVE PITTSBURGH. . . 9.45 A. M. Mail Tnin stops at Way Stations; ; arrives afUievsiana at 4,au M. Steubenville 12,54 P.M. and at Whee liiiil at2.0CP. JI.:.'! 'i .. 2.00 P, M. Express Train, stops at way stations except rew Salisbury, iiast Jtocn' ' ' ester, Moultrie, and Winchester, ni-..: rives at Cleveland at 9.50 P. M. and? . Steuben ille 0,35 P. M., nnd Whee- ' ling at 7.48. 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-aft -8.40 M. and at Cleveland at 9.5i . P.M. inr Accommodation Train leaves Ravenna at ;U8 A. M. Hudson at 10.00, stops at all sta tions, and arrives at Cleveland at 11.15, . M. D"A11 trains stop at Euclid Street station . ' . TUSCARAWAS BRANCH. Trains leave New Philadelphia 7,45 A. Af. ' Dover at 8.05, Waynesburg at 9.25. Arrives , at Bayard at 10 20, connecting with train on'1 main lino for Cleveland PitUt'urch and Whee ling. Leaves Bayard at 1.45 P.M., (on arri val of the train from Cleveland, Pittsburgh and' ' Wheeling,) Waynesburgli at S.45 r, M. ' Ar rives at Dover at 4.00, aud Ncty Philadelphia . at4.l0. ' ' ' ' No change of Cars betuieen Cleveland and Pittsburgh, ana, n Reeling find. ... Pittsburgh. , Connections. The Trains' will con nect at Pittsburgh with the Pennsylvania ' Railroad, for Ilarrisburgh, Philadelphia Baltimore, Iew York and Boston. At Steubenville, with the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad, for Cadiz, Coshocton, Newark, Columbus and Cincinnati. . " " At Wheeling with the Baltimore &Ohio . Rail Road, for Cumberland, i; redericks- . burgh, Washington City and Baltimore. ' Also with steamers for Marietta, Parkers ' burgh and points on tho Ohio river. .: .1 At Cleveland, with the JLalte uore anu , Cleveland & Toledo railroads for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Canada and New York; To-' ledo Chicago. Burlington, Rock. IslanuY; Davenport, Galena, Racine, Mihvaukie, St Paul and the North West. ', , - ,7 Tickets can be purchased at the othces on the Line, also at all the Principal Offi ces on the various connecting Koads. " .' Fare as low as by am other Route. ';, J. DU R AND, Supt. :. For Freight or Freight Contracts ' apply to'" JOSEPH JOHNSTON, Agent. :.i! nn29r for Co. at Steubenville ,, Steubenville and Indiana Eailroad. 1857. ' . .1857; ' Great Central Boul Between the last and West ' Railroad Connection Between steuben ville and Pittsburgh Completed ! J he completion of the lliver . extension . ; of the Cleveland & tPillsburgh, Rail ,, Road,bctween Steubenville and Pit-,. t tsburg renders the above route one, ' 'of the Shortest, Cheapest,' Softst ' '' and Best lines connecting Al- . : ' lantic cities and the West! ' ' . rL r SPKIM' ARRANOEMENTi Oil una ..ffnr Wndnesdav : avbil22 1857 Passenger Trains will leave Steubenyiile daily, SuuT days excepted) as follows :' V J lirougU fttail I rani. nu r, .- at Newark at 0.55 o'clock p. M., making imme dinte connnction with .trains of the Centrnli Ohio, and Sandusky MansfieM find, Newark; Railroads, for llie principal lowns iinu uie in the Nnrtli-WVt, West and South; by one of the fastest, safest and most pleasant routes.. in the Union. ' . , ' ' , u ' . ' RV;TUttSiNO-Mail : Train' leaves Hewarlt at ll.:i0 a. m., and arrives at Steubenville i at 4.35( p m., making immediate connection with trains of the Cleveland A Pittsburgh Railroad, fo Philadelphia and the Eastern cities,... ,. . ., Tare as Low as by any Other Rout ! The Cadiz Twin . v. Leaves Steubenville at 625 P.'M. Wd'.fory rives at Cadiz af8 50 P. M. " '''..'-i EKTuasiNO, will leave Cadi at . 6.00. A. M. and arrive at Steubenville at 8.18 A.M. -i ILT For Through Tickets and further infor mation apply avtlieDopet; Washington atreet to A. S. Pabks Agent. '. ; ; ; ':! . ;. .O.W. tr.Uk lya , pupenntciaani,. Lakavette Dkvenny, '.,.:.. , . General Agent. ;, '- Pittsburgh, 'Steubenville : and .Wneel- 'i - . .'" .v i ing Packets, i i.; riua-;..'-! REGULAR DAILY PACKETSi Steamer JJiunNAt, Cap. Habbt SnotW. ; " FonKST Citt, Capt. B. Way. ' WILL RUN AS IlEGULAK DAILY" Packets between Pittsburgh, StehljBn ville and Wheeling, stopping at all interma-i diate ports, .' : v .'.' The Diurnal will leave Pittsburgh - an Mori- ITha Forest Cjtr.waH tiUn lpflue Pittabnrsh dav'a Wednesday's & on Tuesday's,, liiurat t.. - i ' Vn 1'. iir i -I--',. OnVrlrftfi- rriaay s, i. ii. i ur iiu, "r-- Returuing she' , Will Returning wiU' leave leave "' Wheeling ' on f Wheelitig ' OR -Moi T.aH.'u'o Tlvo7?av' I dav's 'Wednesday jii on and Saturday's,' at 1) and Fridaj".- 1 A. M. -kiiit '!'" ui li.ii' For freight or passage apply ina' boarcLioK fublSGin ' : d.D.COLLlNGOOD, Agarit. :. . ;; rf . Garble ti19 t ,'i. Ml iu'i ,.p;:i SjECBENyllLE, CORNER OF 4'ril . AND MARKET SrtlEETS, ''.' I i OHIO. i . V i. ti i-.i . ''ItO M. (HORNER. OE FOURTH AND hikU- V ket Streets, -Keeps constantly ori hand a Wo larga and splendid stoca of all Kinds of marJ ' bio wont; consisting of Monumenta.J Tomb and head Stones, marble Mantles &oi ' si.tvAl He is prepared to execute every, tadaty of design, in the best possible style. WorK will be doDe'at Easlorn' prices, and full satisfaction given to customers,: ,, , ' i " Steubfntil),jMi28'57. r A i rs 'A - '' -""'Drjr d6oa:v'-3)iy;aodd$.M;: ' - A 3. 'I lk, & CO., ..would resne&tfully inform the citizens, 'of Steuberfdlle and tlfe; public in geperaf Hi'at ',' the. hkya now oojiand'.ft larger ,, stock ,cf ,n,ew v:g'pbd's,1 for Spring trada embracing; emf. . fleaorlp-i tion of Ladies Dress goods. . f .'r.;L;. 'vf. , i .' Also, & full assortment of Hoasokeepingr Goods,' and the' largest-1 tock:i of Window! shades, Groeft and RufT'Oil 'cloths ' BulP Hollands' f' ae anJ Xmitiri'CWA Cords,' Tassels,' Curtain',', fixtures' , oyer, bronsbt to this city, ,. VVh'ich.'jwil.M, sold at very low pricos for AB.iu,.u'r:'."ritc "Person in want of any thing in the boivo line are cordially invited to examine b out to'dlf before purchasing elsewhere."11'' " y TIIOM PSON aiMt&S 9i, '' J'p Manufactttrflrt.'trl' W.1 ,, JanuiryT JS55' ' V '-r -v ' '