PSOPO S ED CONSTITUTION
, i AMENDMENT JiO 1. ;, .
Rtsolved by the General Assembly of.
he State of Ohio. Three-fifihs ot.the
Weinberg elected to each House concurring
therein, That it be nd hereby is proposed
to tbe Electors of this a 'ate to rote on me
second Tnesday of October next, upon the
approval or rejection of the following amend
toents as a substitute for Hie twenty -fifth
section of the second Article of tne oonsi na
tion and for the second section of the same
article, and for the third section of the elev
enth article, vis : All regular sessions of the
General Assembly shall commence on the first
Monday of January, annually. Senators shall
be elected biennially, and Representatives an
anally, by -the electors of their respective
coonties orlslistricts 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 Kepreseutatives
one year. The senators elected in October
next shall hold their offices for two years,
and the Representatives elected Bt the same
time shall hold their offices for one year. Pro
vided, that seventeen of the senators elected
on the second Tuesday of October, 1857, to
be 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 fraction above the rates for Repiesen
tative bo large that being multiplied by tec,
the result shall be equal to one or more ratios,
additional repteseutatives shall be apportion
ed for such ratios among the several sessions
of the decennial period in the following man
iter ' If there be only one ratio then a repre
sentative shall be allotted to the tenth session
of the decennial period.
If there are two ratios, representatives shall
Va fcllnttuH in tha ninth nnrl tjinlh aauamna
If three, to the eighth, ninth and tenth ses
sions; If four, to the seventh, eighth ninth
and tenth; Iffive, to the sixth, seventh .eighth,
ninth and tenth ; If six, to the filth, sixth,
seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth ; If seven, to
tne lourtn nun, sixia, sevenm eigom, uinin
and tenth : If eight, to the third, fourth fifth,
sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth; If
nine, to the second, tmrd, lourtn, nun sixth,
seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth sessions of
the decennial period respectively.
In determining the number of senators to
which any senatorial district may be entitled
in anv decennial period, by reason of anv
fia Ction of a seuatormlatio, the fraction shall
be multiplied by five', and if the result be
eoual to one senatorial ratio, an additional
senator shall be allotted to said district for
the ninth and tenth sessions. If it be equal
to two such raUos an additional senator for
the seventh, eighth, ninth aud tenth sessions,
shall be allotted to such district. If three,
then to the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth
If four, to the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, se
wantk Awvlitl, ninth find ltnlh flftuiimcz va.
spectively. If this amendment be adopted by
the electors, the counties uow entitled to more
than one member in either or both branches
of the Legislature in the fourth and fifth ses
sions of the present decennial period as uow
vrovided, Rhall have a like number of mem-
' bers in each branch thereof for each session of
. . . .1 . I ' . J
tne remainder 01 uie present uuceuuiai perioa
JN. II. VAIN VUlttiES,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
THOMAS H. FORD,
President of the Senate
Dated April 3, 1857.
. AMENDMENT NO. 2.
Resolved by the General Assembly of
the Slate of Ohio, Three-fifths of 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 seconu
Tnesday of October next, upon the approval
or rejection of the following amendment, as a
nubstitute for the fifth and sixth sections of
the 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 j uages eieaea Dy me 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 they are elect
ed. The provisions of the fourteenth section
of this article shall apply to District Judges.
The General Assembly may by law authorize
the iudges of the District Court, and the
" courts of common picas, to fix the times of
holding their respective courts. Until district
judges shall have been elected and qualified.
District Courts shall be held by the Judges
of the Supreme Court and of the courts of
common pleas, as now authorized. Sko. 6.
The District Court shall have such jurisdic
tion as may be provided by law, and the jud
ces hereof shall have and exercise such pow
er and jurisdiction at chambers, and may be
required to sit as judges vt tne courts of Lorn
Tnnn nlt-aa as shall be directed bv law.
N. H. VAN VORIIES,
Speaker of the House of Representatives,
1 11U.UAS 11. fUKU,
President of the Senate
Paled April 3, 1857.
i AMENDMENT NO. 5 . .'
Resolved by the General Assmbly of
the State of unio, l nrce-filths ol the
members elected w acu nouse concurring
therein, That it be mid. hereby is proposed to
the electors of this state to vote on the second
Tuesday of October next, upon the approval
or reiection oi tne lollowine 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
me 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 Hen
ators or . Representatives elective in any year
or tne 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
gi ven as to contiguity of territory, and without
dividing any township. -electiou precinct, or
ward. lf any representative, or Senatorial
district, composed of two or more counties
shall by reason 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 deceunial period:
which lhall 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 to auditionel represen
tation for any portion of any decennial period,
each district as now constituted: shall elect
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
lour niouiiis prior to tne geuerai election m
1858, the counties entitled to more than one
member of either house shall be divided into
districts for the residue of the preseut decen
nial period, and nt least four months prior to
tne general election in me urst year oi eacu
subsequent decennial penou, uie counties en
titled to more man one member lor all, or any
portiou of such deceunial period, in either or
both houses shall be divided into districts for
the whole of the dececuial 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 oe prescribed by law,
N. II. VAN V01U1ES,
Speaker ofthe House of Representatives.
THOMAS H. FORD,
President ofthe Senate.
Secretary op State's Ofpick, I
Columbus, April 4. 1857.
' I hereby certify that the foiegoing proposed
Constitutional amendments are correctly co
pied from the original rolls on file in this
office. JAS. H. BAKER,
apl5-6m Secretary of State
' v; TLETCHER TQWLER.
DiALia ill ; V,
LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, NAILS
'.:. : AND GLASS, V V;'
Alio Seal Estate and Village Property.
DB KALB, ILLINOIS. , ,
May 13'57 '. . 'v '' -
. J. W. THOMPSON, ; . V
AFFICE, Main Street, " opposite Ex
change Hotel.' '
ITJ" All operations warranted.,0 dec0.!
J.W.HANDEL. - C. HINEMAN.
M AND EL & HINEMAN,
MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap
& Candles,' Fourth Street, between
Market & Washington, Steubenville, .0.,
. The highest market price in cash
paid for Lard, Grease, and Tallow."
April o, '57 ly. ,
JAMES ELLIOTT, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Steubenville,
Oh io. Office, North side of Market street
above Fourth. , . augSUly.
B00EBICK. S. MOODEY. EDWARD If. Il'COOK
MOODEY & M'COOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville
Ohio. Office corner of MatketaudFonrtli
streets, second story,
AMUEL 8T0KELY. JAMES M. SHAN B
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, will prompt
ly attend to all business entrusted to
them, in Jefferson and the adjoining coun
ties. Office in Kilgore Buildings, Market
street, steubenville. marlUnollvz.
JOHN A. BlUOOASI. . W. a. LLOTD
BINGHAM & LLOYD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the
comer of Third and Market streets, oppo
site the Court House, Steubenville, Ohio.
January I, lBuo.
B. F. PAYNE, M. D.
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SUROEOX
OFFICE on Fourth street, North of
v Market, Steubenville. Ohio.
Dr. Payne will continue as heretofore to give
special attention to the treatment of chronic
diseases of the lungs, stomach, liver, ifcc. and
all diseases peculiar to emnleg. feb 18.
HAMILTON IRVING HOUSE.
ATEWARK. LICKING COUNTY, 0
1 ' N. B. This house has been leased for a
term of years, and entirely vefiited and newly
furnished. The Proprielor solicits a liberal
share of public patrounge.
bll T.D.HAMILTON. Proprietor
AMENDMENT NO. 3.
' Resolved by the General Assembly of
heState ofOluo, Three-fifths of the mem
bers elected to each branch concuring therein,
that it be aud the same hereby is proposed to
he electors of the State, to vote on the second
Tuesday of October next, to approve or reject
the following amendment as a substitute for
tha uMiiri nnrl tiurrl spctiona 01 ma twellLli
article of the Coustitutiou.
All Dropertv, personal, and real, shall be
subject to taxation by a uniform rule, at the
true value thereof in money, but such deduc
tions from credits may be allowed as the Oen
eral Assembly may deem expedient ; provided
that burying grounds, public school nouses
and all other public property, and all instil,u
tious of. purely public charity, and all houses
used exclusively for public worship, shall be
exempt from taxation ; and if the value of
the personal property of any person shall not
exceed fifty dollars the same may be exempt
from taxation, ah property employed lu buu
. king shall always bear a burthen of taxation
. . equal to that imposed on me property ot nidi
N. II. VAN V0RI1ES,
Speaker of the House of Representatives,
. , THOMAS II. FORD,
: ; , ' - President of the Senate,
TlalOfl Anr 3. 1HS7.
v AMENDMENT NO. 4. V
, " Resotved by the General Assembly of
4h VI,. nf til. in T .run 1. Ftlia nl fl,a
members eiecteu to eacn nouse concurring
" therein, That it be und hereby is proposed to
the electors ot tne state, on tne second 1 ues
' day of October next to approve or reject th
following amendment as a substitute forth
first and second sections ofthe thirteenth ar-
-:- 4',na nf tha Dnnftlittltinn. V ? P.nrruimtinna af
- every description snail no created, and corpo
rate powers granted only by general laws
..." . . '1 . i
rhiih muhii flenna me uownn. urmiei'ei ami
v. . . i i . " . .
. immunities and prescribe me duties and lia
1 kilities of each class or descriptions of corpo
' " .. i : u... L. riiin.i-al A seAi.ililv mow anaitt
: sDecial laws' for the relief of corporations in
1 mAV nmlifl SDHfiiul oraviii-
Tons in regard to corporations-in cases where-
from thoirppculiar location or interests such
' . special provisions are required, and may from
time to time alter or repeal all such laws, as
are authorized by this section, ' " ''
.( r' it. it trAniinci
nan I'.. 11 1 1 11 v rirnirm riirrviriiiu . i'.
. . fmideill ofthe Scnfttt.
Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Wheeling
CHANGE OF TIME.
"VN and after Monday, June 22d, 1857.
" Trains will run daily, (Sundays except
ed,) as follows :
Leaves STEUBENVILLE, going- North,
10.20 A. M. Mail Train, stops at Way
stations ; arrives at lV.tsourgli at
1.00 P. M.. Philadelphia 6 A. M.
New York 10,00 a. m. Cleveland 3.15
p. m. Toledo 8 p. m.) and Chicago at
7 next morning.
4.54 P. w. Express Iram, stops at way
stations except Jeddo, but will stop
at that station on signal, arrives at
Pittsburgh at 7.30 p. m., Philadelphia
at 1.00p.m., new York atop. m.
and Cleveland 0.50 p. m.
5.06 a. m. Express Train leaves Pittsburgh
nt 2.50 a. m., stops ot Welisvile,
Yellow Creek, Steubenville, and all
stations between Steubenville and
Ilellair, arrives at Bridgeport at 6.15
A. M.,Bellair6.30 a. m.
12.42 p. m. Accommodation lrain, leaves
Pittsburgh at 9.10 a. m., Cleveland
at 7.00 a. m. stops at all way stations,
arrives at Bridgeport at 1.5'2 p. m.,
Ilellair 2.05 p. J.
6.26 p. m. Mail Train, leaves Pittsburgh
at 3.00 p. M., ,'Jleveland 2.00 p. m.
stops at all stations, arrives at Bridge
port 7.38 p. m. Bellair 7.50 p. m,
Are made with Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road at Wheel'mir. to and from Cumberland
Harper's Ferry, Baltimore and Washing
ton citv. and with central Ohio Roilroud
at Bellair to and from Zanesville, Lancas
ter, Wimlington, Columbus, Cincinnati,
Indianapolis, Dayton and St. Louis.
At Cleveland with railroads and steam
ers to and from Toledo. Detroit, Chicago,
Rock Island, Burlington, Dubuque, St.
Pauls, Erie, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, New York and Boston.
At Pittsburgh with the Pennsylvania
Central Rrilroad to and from Harrisburgh,
Lancaster, Baltimore, Philadelphia and
frt-No change of cars between Steuben
ville and Pittsburgh.
frrFor tickets to all points apply at tne
Ticket office at the station. J. Durand.
Sup'ts Office, C. & P. Raihoad, ) Sup't.
Cleveland, June 20, 1857. $ jyJ.tt.
The Watson House.
C WATSON, having almost entirely re-
furnished and fitted up anew his spacious
hotel in the town of Hevr Lisbon, is now pre
pared to accommodate the travelling public in
the best style, ills table win do always fur
nished with the most choice products of the
season, and the treatment of his guests will al
ways be such as to give full and general satis
faction. Call at the sign of the CROSS KEYS, New
Lisbon. June 13.
United States House.
T WEARL, Proprietor, corner Mar
Vet and high streets, near the Kiver.Steu
nville, Obio- Jan. 1, '55.
. . OHIO FOUNDRY.
MriHE UNDERSIGNED would re-
spectfully inform the public generally
that he Is carrying on the Foundary business
in all its various branches. He is now manu
facturing a .large variety of cooVing Stoves,
No. 1, Hartley improved, for coal or wood ;
for coal; ;
for coal or wood;
lor wood ;
" 4, Airtight,
. " 4, Union Large Oven
" 9, Aurora "
" 4, Etna 1 . :
; " 7. Republic
" a, Improved elevated oven, for coai ;
" 7, Buckeye, for coal or wood j , v ;
Large Baloon coal burner; ' V .'
" Fggchurch stove; ;-' - ' X '
Ko.l,a3, " ; -
12, Franklin stoves ; : - v ;
" 1 , 2, a Z cook stoves f ' "
Eight different patterns of Arch Orates ;
Four " " Oast Fenders;
Wagon boxes, wholesale or retail ; -Plow
Points, of all the different patterns ;
No. 5, Patent lever Plow castings ;
Three sizes cooking Grates, v..-.'
Oasvings made to order oc the shortest no
All of which will be sold at reduced prices.
O I am alsocarrvine on in connection with
the above the Tiu apd Ooppet Business. .
ffj" Warerooru, Market street, oeiow . tne
Bank, Steubenville, Ohio.
OCWa-ly. WILLIAM L. OUAXW'.
rittsburgh, Steubenville ana wneel
- ing Packets. '-'
REGULAR DAILY PACKETS.
' Steamer Vwtoa, Cap, HAtar Shohs. ,
- , FoassVCiiT, Capt. B. Wat. J
IUILL RUN AS REGULAR DAILY
v Packets between" Pittsburgh, Sleoben
ville and Wheeling, stopping at all interme
The Diurnal will leave
Pittsburgh on . Mon
day's Wednesday's 4
Friday's, at 10 A.M.
Returning she Will
leave - Wheeling on
and Saturday's, at 7
The Forest City will
also leave Pittsburgh
on TuflRday's, Thurs
day's and Saturdays.
Returning will leave
Wheeliug on Mon
and Friday's at 7
' Pnr freicht or Dassaee apply on board, or to
DUNLAP & COBLE, Cornet of 4th
and Adams streets, crateful and encoura
ged by the liberal patronage hitherto extended
totliein in their bnsiuess, beg leave to iniorm
their friends and the purchasing community at
large, that they are now receiving theirSpring
Stock of Dry Goods, which for beauty, & variety
Ihey offer the coundenl assurance is noi io oe
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 in the Dry
Goods line, from the finest to the commonest
fabric, we keep constantly ou hand a lull as
FLOOR OIL CLO I'll. WINDOW Do.
Window Shade and Drugget,
together with a large assortment of
CAPS, and Phila-
Hclnhia made BOOTS and SHOES, as well as
Boots and Shoes manufactured by ourselves of
the best material oud by hist class workmen.
We continue also,8 heretofore, to manufucluro
to order. Uentleiuens .and ion III
Clothins of every description,
with neatness aim despatch. Thee with our
GROCER Y ESTABLISHMENT,
afford us facilities for transacting business,
which enable us to offer inducement to b
met wi'.h in but few cities. Our unremitting
efforts will be to render every possible satis
faction to our customers. If fair deuling and
low prices will secure the continuance ot
large trade, it will be eniuyed by
prilB,'57 DU&LAP fc COBLE.
WM. M'LAUOHLIN. ........ .JNO. M'lAUOHLIN. f
Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory.
WM. M'LAUGHLIN & SON. Market
Street, Steubenville, opposite the Wash
ington Hall, keep constantly on hands a gen
eral and extensive assortment of
HARNESS, CARPET BAGS,
TRUNKS, WHIPS, &c.,&c,
Robes, horse Blankets, new styles ; Sleigh
bells, girths, nets, Ac; all of which they are
prepared to sell wholesale or retail. , i. :
t superior stock of Trunks on hand, to
which particular attention is directed. .
All articios in tueir line in tor, or u in
ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the
best manner. Orders solicited, aud satisfac
WM. MLAUUHLlfl & sua.
Steubenville, decl7. '66,-ly. .
Fulton Foundry, Steam Engine & Car
UTEAM ENGINES, Steam Boats, Steam
kJEWtf Boats, hulls and wood work com-
nlptn. steam beilcrs. sheet Iron work, mill ma
chinery, and castings for grist and saw millf,
mil mud car wheels, rail road cars of every de
scription made to order. The proprietor of this
C " . . . . . , . . .1
bkI.u h is hment havins tweniv-en'iii years oi
practical experience together with extensive
' . .. ' . Z, , . A 1. .1 . 1.
nnvi ees. leeis conniieni iiiat ne cnu uu wui
as well and ashjw as any establishment in the
east or west All communications will meet
with oromot attention. P. F. GE1SSE,
June 13. Wellsville. Ohio
Boyer's Compound Extract of I
PREPARED, WITH GREAT CARE
from sundry, articles, principally hx
pectoranls.or remedies used by physicians
for cleaning the throat or air passages, and
producing healthy action in those parts. '
i hia candy is continently recommenueu
for Cold8, Coughs,' Hoarseness, clearing
the throat, difficult Expectoration, in ca
sea of Phthysic, Whooping Cough, Chronic
Asthma and HronclutiB. Jt may aiso . oe
used as a palliative in severe cases of these
nd other, affections. It is a 'strong rec
ommendation of this Candy, that it contains
some ofthe best remedies, in a convenient
nd pleasant vehicle, in which they can be
exhibited to adults and children, who havo
an aversion to taking modicines alone.
Th inventer relies on the intelligence of
an enlightened public to test the virtues of
his candy, ny a lair tnai. . ne uoes not
pretend that it will necessarily and infal
libly cure an tne auecuuiis in which hb
would recommend its use ; but ha believes
it will be found a pleasant, safe and useful
remedy, in those atiectionB, wnen tney are
not sufficiently acute to require medical at
tendance ; and there are hundreds of such
cases in all communities.
Manufactured and sold wholesale ana
retail by the inventer. Fourth et., between
Market and Adams, Steubenville Ohio.
fel24-3ra JOHN JJUYUK.
nRUGS, &t!., The undersigned huv
ing Just received a large and complete
slock of Driiirs. Paints. Oils. DyeMiifls Ac,
Ac, desire to cull the attention of Dealers
Physicians and others thereto.
Our sioclf was ourchased from first hands
and selected wilh ureal care by one of the
The quality ofthe good we- sell we will
guarantee at all time. PRICKS as low as any
house, West of the mornuins.
Personal attention paid to shipping.
Oct. 1. HEN1NU & MELVIN
NO. 133 LIBERTY STREET,
Mouth of Fifth Street.
SAMUEL HARE, Proprietor.
ST. CLAIR HOTEL,
(fohmebly exchange hotel.)
Corner of Penn and St. Clair Streets,
W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor.
C. T. HOLLOWaY. 3. A. LIPPINC0TT
C. T. HOLLOWAY & CO.
Successors to Fsazikb & Drknnen.
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
not.21. STEUBENVILLE, 0.
S. COURSE'S (
T ARBER and fasbionable hair dresser,
" Razors set. and all kinds of Surgical in
slrumcnt8 put in good order. Koom under
the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market st. near
the Washington hall, between di. ana 4in.si,
april 5th, 1B551
THE UNDERSIGNED would res
pectfullv inform the citizens of Sieu
benvilln and surroundinsf country, that he is
engaged in the manufacture of
BOOTS, SHOES, LADIES SLIP
and keeps constantly on hand, and for sale,
Leather of all descriptions and of the very best
Quality. .Black Ink, a superior article, kept
constantly on hand, of his own manufacture.
Store room, i.orlli aa street, in me ouuuiug,
formerly occupied by J. F. bnowden.
apr 2'J'57 11. M. OULBERTSON
TIfould respectfully inform his friends
' and the public, that he is ready at all
times (Sabbath excepted) to wait upon custo
mers in his line. Rooms South 4th Street, one
door north of the Norton Hotel.
CORNER OF 4TH
(CORNER OF FOURTH AND MAR
set 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 &c.
He is prepared to execute every variety
of design, in the best possible style.
Worn will be done at Eastern prices, and full
satisfaction givon to customers.
Look Out for the New Drug Store on the
rphe 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, Am: ,
; JOHN C..MAIRS.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully pre
pared. - ;
Spring and Summer Stock
Fancy. Variety Goods, Jewelry &c,
AT WHOLES LE.
riMIE UNDEliSIGNED. has just re
and opened for the inspection of
purchasers, a larire. full, and elegant assort
ment of Fancy. Variety Goods, Jewelry, Ac
which he purposes sellinff at a fraction above
first, cost. The slock consists in part oft-
Boot & Shoe Laces,
Hooks b Eyes,
Percussion Caps) .:
Oharittg Duc&cb, '
German Silver Spoons
M'Lane s Medicines,
Needles & Pins,
Scissors, Pen an
WOODWEIi'S - FTJRSrrURE- ANI
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
MBRACINU every kind of Furniture
in Rosewood. Mahogany and Wnlnt"
suitabkf or - . ' J. ' . '''
CHAMBERS, and ' '
. - , Fining rooms,
Equal to any in New Tork or Philadelphia,: v
Sod at lower Dricp. inn arttMa man a Kvi
hand and warranted. . . f . 'I
Cabinet Maker, supplied with any quantity - 1
of Furniture and Chairs, on reasonable terms.
noieis ana oieamnoats furnished at the
shortest notice. '' . , .
Warerooms, Ncs. 77 . nd 79 ; ThlrJ .tM :
Pittsburgh, Pa. ' ": V febl8; '. I
i AMERICAN HOTEL.v
npHE UNDERSIGNED , having taken
; charge of this House, would roost res
pectfully notify the traveling public that
it has been thoroughly renovated and refit
ted, and he is prepared to accomodate hls: '
guess in a manner and style which h.'
trusts, will give entire satisfaction. . :,
A liberal share of patronage is solicited.
.. . . , whu. oiMlSAL. Prop'r. !
Corner of Third and Adams Strefitrf.
Steubenville, Ohio.' ' April 82, 1857. ;
CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS.
irepxheu j-rom A rKBSCRirriON OF
SIR J. CLARKE, M. P., PHYSICIAN EX
. TRAOBPINAHy TO THE O.UEEN.
H1 HIS invaluable medicine is unfailing
in the cure of all those painful and dan
mmins disorders to which the female constitu-
. . . , . ,, i
tion is suDieci. it rooaeraies an excess anu
aemoves all obstructions, and a speedy cure
may be relied on.
it, is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time
bring on the monthly pernio wun reguianijr
Each bottle, price one dollar, bears the uov
eminent Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent
; , CAUTION.
These Pills should not be taken by females
that are pregnant, during the n rst three months
as iney uro hure iu uiiii un iinn.a, nogs
at every other time and in every other
they are perfectly safe. ;
Bole Agei,t8 tor this country, ,
I. C. BALDWIN & CO.,
Rochester. N. Y.
Tuttlk A Mosks, Auburn, N. Y., Geuerai
N. U Jil.OO and 6 postage stamps enclosed
to anv authorized aaent. will insure a bottle
of the pills by return mail.
For sale wholesale and retail by Hening
Melvjn, Steubenville, 0., and by Druggists
generally. . decllMy
Te who Consider a Fine Head of Haij
TATUi?E'S GREATEST ORNA
' men t, 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 halu, and
checks any tendency towards its falling out
and becoming thin,
trj For sale at the principal druggists, and
aud by the Proprietor, Sixth Street, two doors
below bmithUeld : or at the mansion House,
Liberty Street, Pittsburg. febl8.
SAMPSON WARFIELD would re-
spectfully inform the public thatho has open
ed a Barber Shop, on Market st., Steiibeiiville,
in the under story oi m ijaugnnn s isuiiuing,
directly opposite the Washington hull, where
he is ready to wait upon cirsiemers ai an
times, (Salibuths excepted,) and would solicit
a reasonable share of patronage.
Steubenville, Jan. 28.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
at Law. Office, Maiket Street, one door
below tflb Post Offlc e, Steubenville, 0. dec.il
DROF WOOD'S Hair restorative,
Hoofland's Gkbmajj Bitters,
Rushion'sCoo Livkb Oil,
Vuown's Essence op Ginger,
; Purk Salid Oil, for table use.
Just received and for sale by -
may 6 OLIVER KELLS, Medical Hall.
Dry Goods : Dry Goods.
1 J. TI3I, & CO., would respectfully
Ai inform the citizens of Steubenville,
and the public in general that they have
now on hand a large stock of new goods,
lor Spring trade embracing every descrip
tion of Ladies Dress goods.
Also, a full assortment of Housekeeping
Goods, and the largest stock of Window
shades. Greon and Buff Oil cloths : Buff
Hollands ; Lace and Embroidered Curtains
Cords. Tassels, Curtain fixtures &c. &.
ever brought to this city. Which will be
sold at very low prices for cash.
Person in want of any thing in the above
line are cordially invited to examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Steubenville, April 22th 18.77.
Also, Muslins, Ginghams, Prints, and a
general assortment of Dry and Variety Good,
Violins, Accnrdeons, and Musical instruments.
A large stock of Gold and Silver Watches,
Silver Ware, Jewelry, 4c.
The early attention of Country Merchants
and others is particularly directed to the above
4th street, above Market, Steubenville
Notice to Shippers : and Consignees
via Steubenville and Indiana Railroad.
A DAILY FREIGHT TRAIN (Sun
days excepted,) is now running to New-
ant, leaving uus siauon ui t.tv a. m.
Shippers mid consignees will please con
elude their shipments and receive their con
signmeiils previous to a o clock p. M., as no
freight will be received or delivered after that
F eights for Cadiz will be received up to
the above time. Passengers purchnsin? tick
ets, will hereafter be carried on the Freight
Trains, iiy order ot tne superintendent.
marll . . General Agent.
Jewelry store is the place to get good goods
at reasonable prices. Every article guar
anteed as represented.
Particular attention given to rcpanng
all kinds of
WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY,
repaired and warranted. Please call and
see my stock and prices.
may27tf GAM'L. JACKSON.
Steubenville Foundry and Maohin Works
JOSEPH MRAN8, JAMES MFANB. 1. ' 00. MEANS
MEANS & BROTHERS,
. . MANUFACTURERS OF .
STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY,
And all kinds of
And every v ariety of
IR03 AND MASS CASTINGS.
Switches I Mill Gearing for Saw
Wrought and cast Frogs ; and Urist Mills,
Car Wheels, various ;Miaiungs and run
THOMPSON IIANNA & SONS.
Paper Manufacturers, Steu ear le, Ohio,
anuary 1 1855
The Religions Book repository. ,
THE ENTIRE STOCK, by an ar
ranirementof thePresbvtry of Steubenville
lias poeii placed in the hands of M'DOWELL
A Cn.. under the control of a committee. A
larire assortment of new books ha just been
opened 'and others are expected ; so that a
comnletu assortment of all the Books of the
Presbyterian Board, can now be supplied at
catalogue prices. . ' ' '
Also, an ample selection from the worm of
the American Tract Society j some of the new
works are of thrilling interest, such as "Ada
the Juieh Convert ;""The Life of Capt. Head
ly Vicars." and many others.
The Presbyterian B Ard has also provided 4
most valuable addition to a. Hcool Libraries.
The alteiition of the public is especially in
vited to this most valuable supply of lleligious
WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP.
THE undersigned would respectfully in-
form the public that they still carry on their
business attheBtand formerly occupied by H.
M Rrister. South 3d St., between Jdams and
Murket Streets. From their knowledge of the
business, they hope to be able to give satistac
tion to their patrons.
A liberal share of custom is respectfully so
icited. John Kbnuell,
april S,'57 1-y. A. J. Rbynolps.
Car Oil Boxes, hubs,
Coal car Wheels.
; Shaftings and
: Cast Iron Fronts,
; Window caps, sills
; and coal Vaults.
; Bolts and nuts, cut
; and Turning, Plan
ing, Screw cutting
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY
AFLOTO would respectfully inform
the citizens of Steubenville that be is
engaged in the manufacture of Boots and Shoes,
and is prepared to supply 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 patrounge. Es
tablishment on north Fourth street, opposito
the Franklin House. ' A- JfWJlO.
apr 1'57-ly , : ' - ;
ETOur 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 iu the
..V Sept. 12-1
I . Spectacles. :
HAVING obtained the right for the sale
of Suhneitman's double vision specta-
cle. for see in? near and distant object
through the same glass.; I am prepared to
furnish mv customers and all others, with
the best glasses in use. . Scotch Pipe,
Double Focus, and common glasses insert
ed into any frames. s
jun3 GAM'L JACKSON,
. Carpets 1 Carpets ! 1 Carpets ! ! !
A LARGE aud Splendid assortment of
June 17, '57.-tf,
3 ply Inerain. Brussells. Venitian and
other styles, latest paterns, Oil Cloths, Hearth
Mntrtrw ap.. n..w i M in i rtrv mv:1 riut
IcalfandJudgvfoi yourselves. , '
arjr?9 ; - ;J.LLBN.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respect
fnllv inform the. public that he is encased
in the above business, and that be keeps con
stantly on hand, and for sale at fair prices,
every article usually kept in a grocery estab
lishment, - . ': ' ' . ,?
Also, ft fair assortment or ' ,
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, 1
A liberal share of patronage is solicted. V;
JOHN U. DUJNUAiN,
South 15ast corner of Fourth and North streets.
apr 29'&7 -3m : . . . : "
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
CALL AT UKUKUK SUUlTiS on
Market St. and see his stock of Dress Silks,
plain and fancy.
tlarage liooes, liawn itobes, oarages,
Crape-d-Espang. All wool Delaines.
CIIALLIS, GINGHAMS, BRILIANTS
. CALICOS, &c.
He has iust returned from the East with an
entire new stock of goods aud is prepared to
offer still greater inducements to his customers
than the old nrre have ever done, uy 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 ntten
tion is requested to his assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS "
In this will be found BONNTS of all prices
FLOWERS, BORDERS and STRAW
v. TRIMMING. FRAMES, CROWN
&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 inlroduchg every new style that
appears in tne eastern market. .
CRAPE SHAWLS, . -;
. ' . PRINTED SHAWLS,
."r ., . MANTLES, &C.
of every imaginable style and price. .
Collars from 61c to 7,00 ,
Sleeves, Flounc:ngs,. Inserting and Edg
ings. Veils, Iimbroydered, Ilandkerchiets
Dimity Bands," c. c; together with
these, he has a fine lot of tf rench corsets
skirts of all kinds.' Hoops, c - ' . 1
He has. undoudtedly, the best assort
ment of Goods, this Spring, that lie has
ever opened in Steubenville, and will offer
rare bargains to all that will favor him
with their patronage. . ' Bp. 8,'57 .'
& 8, COMBS,
DAVB taken '
AT BAYARD STATION, C. P. R
Keals will be served up on the arrival of Trains
and at all times waen cauea ror. aiso, aooora
modationi for Lodgers an4 Teams, : ", ; .'.
May 13'57 . ...,..,...; : ., V
MEDICINES;A full supply of Pvnt
and unadvitiiut.sd just received at the
Medical Hail by . OUVEtt HZLLo.,
.Matta. t.snBAaD, ii.
TTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS .
X. AT LAW. HAW Manf Qi '
ite Washington ' Hall. Steubenville: rth! '
Prompt attention to collestinar and
claims. Agents for obtaining Pensions and
Bounty lands. Land Warrauts bought and
sold. ' Mtrl9 1856 6. " "
CHEAP GOODS:. ...
AT THE FAMILY DRY. GOODS
f STORE of DOUGHERTY t BRO. We
have just received from the east, the largest and
moit lasnionaDie biock or nuiw iiUOUS,-for
Spring Trade, ever opened in this market.
Comprising all kinds of Ladies' dress goods
that are new and iasnionable ; together witb -all
kinds of House furnishing goods, hosiery,.,
gloves, embroideries, Mantillas, shawls, Bon
nets, ribbons, in fact all kinds of family Dry '
Goods, both Foreign and Domestic, that can
De lound m ine marnet, ..,;.
We would invite our friends and the put
lie, to give us a call, as we will sell at prices
that will compete with any house east or west.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Yestines, &o.
JUST Received by Dougherty & Bro., .
, for spring and summer Trade, a very '
large and superb stock of Goods in this
line in which may be found everything that
is new and desirable tor men and boys.
J. G. BARR, who superintends the bus
iness, will make to order, in the best style
and with promptness, any garment at low
er prices and which will compare in style,
and workmanship with any establishment'
in this trade. j. . ,
Ready made clothing. We have al
ways on hand a large and superb stock of
Ready made clothing of our own manufac
ture, which we will warrant, and sell at
as low prices as can be found anywhere, ,
DOUGHERTY & BRO.,
ap8 Third and Market sts., Steub. '
GREAT REDUCTION OF TARRUT,
AT THE NEW and FASHIONABLE
Hat and Cap store, at the North West
Corner of Market and Fourth Streets ; and
HO DECEPTION, NO ODD8 OR' ENDS ON HAND,
or OLD STOCK, brushed up from 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 tbe people are leaen-,
INO THE PACT, TH AT GlASSOOw's FASHION
ABLE Hat & Cap Empoeium, is the proper
place to obtain Head Covering at a pair
price. " "'
Recollect the New Hat At 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 tor yourselves,
rjREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
' N. 0. Sugar,
Crushed do. '
New York do.
.Tobacco and Cigars) ! :
Butter Crackers, '
'' Soda, '
Sugar ; " .
: Spices, -" .
-Lemons, - ;'
", Oranges, ; - '" ; "
f. Plumbs, Vv
Prunes, 'V ;-c : ' f
Figs, ,' -
-Raisins'.;"- ", ' f . :
The above together with a large stock of
other articles too tedious to metion, which are
now ready for inspection and sale, at the store
of STERLING, KELLS & CO., new stand-
north side of Market, a few doors west of 4th.
april 8.'57. .'v;.
' carpeting, for sale
A LARGE STOCK OF -
' 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 best
Shirts, fancy and colors, Undershirts and
Gloves, aud all other kinds of Furnishing
Goods. ' -; : - ' ' ' "
Always on hand, Ready Made Clothing,
and all very low for cff&lu
. J. LITTLE, Merchant Tailor,
noy5 2d door from corner. 3d War.
iETN A AIR-TIGHT STOVE.
A COOKING STOVE designed . for
r1 Farmers and hotel-keepers, burning wood
and coal, and guarantied to give, satisfaction
to purchasers. Also, Live Oak Large Oven,
for burning wood : .', Star of the West, and
Aurora. These stoves are far superior to any
yet introduced for baking and roasting, in re
spect to saving tuei ana lor auraoiiny tney art
unequalled. Manufactured by A. Bradley,
Pittsburgh. The subscriber keeps constantly
on hand a large assortment of Tin Sheet Iron,
brass ware, self-sealing cans, Ac. P.ersons in
want of anytbiog in his line will save money by
giving him a call. Spouting roofing ana all
kinds of job work done to order and at the lowest
prices. The highest prices paid for old copper
and pewter, store norm si ue oi jurHwm
doors west of 4th. . . J. H. LINDSAY ;
april 8 57-ly . - . , : . ' -
' Dougherty & Bro.
Also: Oil cloths, Window Shades, Buff
Hollands, Green ditto, Window Fixtures,
Embroidered Window curtains, &c &c.
llavinir ooened a room in our buildincr for
.this branch of trade, purImsedlargely un
der lavoraDie. circumstances , we can seu
the above goods as low as can be purchas
ed in any city, Hast or West.
DOLGHERtY & BRO.
Dry Goods Groceries, Queeniware &o.,
LEWIS ANDERSON begs leave to in
form the public that he has resumed busi
ness in the room between Garreett and Mc'
Carly's store on third Street lower end of the
Market. Where he intends to keep a general
r 1 ... - k I 1. a i.aiialla kan
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 the City and Coun-
Jan.28''57. . '" LEWIS ANDERSON. v
00 bbls LOGWOOD and ' 60 boxe
Extract of Logwood just received by
M'DOWELL & CO., -
Bookstlhri, Stationer), Paper Dealers, Blank
.''Boole Manufacturers find Book Binders,'.
rkEALERS.at Wholesale and Retail, in
School. Classical, Medical. Theolosrical.
Miscellaneous; and Blank Books, Ruled and
Plain Cap, Post and Note Paperi.Printmg and
wrapping rapers,. wan rape's ana Borders,
School, Countlne-house and Fancy Stationery,
luercnauts auu oiuer oesiriiig io purcnose,
will do wen tocaii ana examine our stoctt.
The highest market price paid for Rags.
.-, . - . 'M'DOWELL A CO.. '
' North side of maket, above Fourth street
Steubenville, Ohio, :' Jaml, '55.
NEW GROCERY STORE. , -
THE UNDERSIGNED would respect-
luliy iniorm me cmeu ui ouu....
end surrounding country, that he has opened a
GROCERY 8 i UK Mi '
oh the corner of 4th and Adams streets.-' ' f
it is his intention to keep a constant attd
general assortment of all such article asare.
usually Kept in grocery Bwirefi.; jibw"
market price wi" be paid for produce. He
nopesiby strict awennon .w uuiubi, wi
Belling low, to' be favored with a liberal sham
of public Patronage.;;- ..
'.; gprilOjO , mit.aari iiuiwibim
HEWING dt MELVIN.
HOLLOWAY & CO
roy Salt. -.
11 AS' JUST RECEIVED 200 Bils Pome-
: April a,
. N. O. Molas8es
f Golden Syrup,
. C.T. HOLLOWAY.
Piaaos and lUlodeons. '
UAVING OPENED A DEPOT FOR
Lthe sale of Pianos and Child A Bishop's
Melodians, the undersigned invites tbe, puoiie
to call and examine his instruments. . ,
They are of a superior make, second to none
and sold tt extremely low ' prioes-rhence no
doubted satisfaction can be given to purchasers
.r ..j k..r..r Knvinff elsewhere, i -
A niintU nt inalril liien tS 6lW8VS OQ MlHi
for examination and competition. - All instru
nld Pianos taken ir ex
ehanw " !". ,; CMUBLtER.' .
, KilgoreBlock,'Market8t., SteubenvillB
I J v- ' . . . ..' i -
barrels of weaver's extra salt just re-
t and for sale bv
, praa STERLING KELL3
Spring; and - Summer Dress
J. ALLEN, . .
I I (.j,:nk!a otnv nf T.rlis' and (Jenta.
Drees Goods-LAtusi IufOETAxioNh--B9net
rrimmings, Parasols, Linen abhiCldths,l,
riBh Linens, ' Embroideries,' fine White Mus.
lins, , all kinds, - wrowa -"-.
Checks, Hosiery, tP"K "o" """
'....mnt.' The above foods anda-
host 5f others will be sold for, a small advanqe,
at the store of wmn.vi
w Mret8. . "Pjg,.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respect
fully notify the travelling comriiunUy
that he ifl ready to receive guests, and Will
take great pleasure in rendering theta com
fortable, by prompt and careful attention
to their demands. It is the earnest desire
of the proprietor to give entire sat'.sfaotiori
to thbBe who may favor him with their pa
tronsge. It Is his intention to hav his ik
ble always furnished with the. most cheica
productions of the ses son. . .
A liberal share of jpubliq vor. ls Most
respectfully solicited. V
; - C. A. BOWER3, Proprietor.
South 4tk streeU Swubetville Ohio.' '
'; marll'57 . .-: , j'i ' VUV ' V v'r
; ROTHACKER.V Riobmond,
Jefferson County, Ohio., i. v i1- 'wnH
; Jv I rut. V S.;
A OO. Vl Jeffsrs
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