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Laws of Ohio.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTION A2H5DMENTS. AMENDMENT NO 1. Resolved by the General Assembly of he State of Ohio, Three-fifths ol the members elected to each House concurring therein, That it be and hereby is proposed to the Electors of this State to vote od the econd Tuesday of October next, upon the a . . m . - All J approval or rejection of tne ionowingau-eua-meats as a substitute for the twenty -fifth section of the second Article of the Constitu tion and for the second section of the same article, and for the third section of the elev enth article, viz : All regular sessions of the General Assembly shall commence on the first Monday of January, annually. Senators shall be elected bienuially.and Representatives an nually, by the electors of their respective counties or districts on the second Tuesday of October. Their term of office shall com mence on the first day of January next after their election, aud that of Senators shall con tinue two years, and that of Representatives one year. The senators elected in October next shall hold their offices for two years, and the Representatives elected at the same time shall hold their offices for one year. Pro Tided, that seventeen of the senators elected on the second Tuesday of October, 1657, 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 ou the second Tuesday of October, oue thousand eight hundred aud fifty eight, and biennially thereafter. When any county shall have a fraction above the rates for Kep.esen tative so large that being multiplied by tec, the result shall be equal to one or more ratios, additional representatives shall be apportion ed for such ratios among the several sessions of the decennial period iu the following man ner : If there be only oue ratio then a repre sentative shall be allotted to the tenth session of the decouuial period. If there are two ratios, representatives shall be allotted to the ninth aud tenth sessions If three, to the eighth, ninth aud tenth ses-" sions; If four, to the seventh, eighth ninth and teulh; If five, to the sixth, seveulh.eiehiu, ninth aud tenth ; If six, to the filth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth ; If seven, to the fourth fifth, sixth, seventh eighth, ninth and tenth ; If eight, to the third, fourth filth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and teulh ; If nine, to the second, third, fourth, fifth sixth, Seventh, eighth, ninth aud tenth sessious of the decennial period respectively. In determining the number of senators to which any senatorial district may be entitled in any deceunial period, by leusou of any fiaction of a senatorial ran o, the fraction shall be multiplied by five, and if the result be equal 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 ra'.ios an additional senator for the seventh, eighth, ninth aim teulh sessions, shall be allotted to such district. If three, then to the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth. If four, to the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, se venth eighth, ninth and tenth sessions re spectively. If this ameudmeul be adopted by the electors, the counties now 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 now provided, shall have a like number of mem bers in each branch thereof for each session of the remainder of the present decennial period N. II. YAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of licpresentatives. THOMAS II. FORD, President of the Senate Dated April 3, 1857. AMENDMENT NO. 2. Resolved by the General Assembly of the Mate oj Uhio, 1 hreeh litis ol the members elected to each House concurring therein, that it oe ana nereoy is proposed to the electors of this state to vote on the secon i Tnesday of October next, upon the approval or rejection of the following amendment, as a ubslilute for the fifth and sixth sections of the fourth article of the Constitution, viz: Sec. 5. District Courts shall he held in each county, at least once iu each year, by one or more .District Judges elected by the electors of separate districts to be prescribed by law, who shall hold their offices for five years ; and during their continuance in office shall reside iu 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 judges of the District Court, and the courts of common pleas, to fix the times of holding their respective courts. Until district judges shall have been elected aud qualified. District Courts shall be held by the Judges of the Supreme Court and of the courts of common pitas, as now authorized. Sr.c. G. The District Court shall have suck jurisdic tion as may be provided by law, and the jud ges hereof shall have and exercise such pow er and jurisdiction at chambers, a'jd may be required to sit as judges of the courts of Com mon pleas as shall be directed by law. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS II. FORD, President of the Senate. A)ated April 3, 1857. AMENDMENT NO. 3. Resolved by the General Assembly of he State of 'Ohio, Three-fil'tha of the mem hers elected to each branch coucuring therein, that it be and the same hereby is proposed to he electors of the Slate, to vote on the second Tuesday of October next, to approve or reject the following amendment as n substitute for the second and third scctiousof the twelfth article of the Constitution All property, personal, and real, 6hal be subject to taxation by a uniform rule, at the true value thereof iu money, but such deduc tions from credits may be allowed as the Gen eral Assembly may deem expedient ; provided that burying grounds, public school houses, and all other public property, and all institu tions of purely public charity, a.id all houses used exclusively 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. All property employed iu ban king shall always bear a burthen of taxation equal to tbatimposed on the property of indi viduals. N. II. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives, THOMAS II. FORD, President of the Senate. Dated April 3, 1857. AMENDMENT NO. 4. ! Resolved by the General Assembly of St.. Kl,.fm nf ").. 'PI CM. members elected to each house concurring therein, that it be and hereby is proposed to the electors of the State, on the Second Tues day of October next to approve or reject the following amendment as a substitute for the first aud second sections of the thirteenth sr. tide of the Constitution, viz : Corporations of every description shall he created, and corpo rate powers granted only by general laws wnicn snail ueune me poweis, privileges and immunities and prescribe tue duties and lia bilities of each class or descriptions of corpo rations, but the General Assembly may enact special laws for the relief of corporations in peculiar cases, and may make special provis ions in regnru to curpuniiiuns in cntes wuere frotn their peculiar location or interests such upeciaf provisions are required, aud may from time to time alter or repeal all such laws, as am authorized by this section. N. H. VAN VORHES, oeaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS II. FORD, " ' . President of 'the Senate, AMENDMENT NO. 5 Resolved ly the General Assmbly of the State of Uhio, Three-filths 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 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 Senator or representative for the residue of the present decennial period, or for all, or any portion of any subsequent deceunial period shall be divided into as many Senatorial and nepresentauve districts as there may be Sen ators or Representatives elective in any year of the present, or anv subsoauent decennial period, which districts shall be of contiguous territory, and each district shall contain as pearly a ratio Tor Senator or Representative as is attainable, without violating the rule herein given as to contiguity of territory, and without dividing any township election precinct , or ward. If auy 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 auy portion of the present or any subsequent decennial period, the district shall be divided iuto two districts, for each portion of such decennial period; which thai I he 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 additional represen tation for any portion of any decennial period, each district us uow couslituied, shall elect one Senator. Counties shall be divided into districts by the county commissioners or such other board of officers elective and resident in the proper county as may be provided by law. At least four mouths prior lo the general election in 1858, the counties entitled to more than one member of either house shall be divided into districts for the residue of the present decen nial period, and at least four mouths prior to the general election iu the first year of each subequeut decennial period, the counties en titled to more than one member for ull, or auy portion ol sucu uecuuniai penuu, in either or both houses shall be divided into districts for the whole o( the decer.nial 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. JN. U. VAIN VUltllES, Speaker ofthe House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. Secretary ok State's Office, Columbus, April 4, 1857. I hereby certify that the foieiroiiiL' proposed Constitutional amendments are correctly co pied troni the original rolls on hie in tins office. JAS. H. BAKER, apl5-6m Secretary of State NEW SIORE. rgMIE UNDERSIGNED would res pectftillv inform the citizens of Sieti benvilleand surrounding country, that he is engaged iu the manufacture of BOOTS, SHOES, LADIES SLIP PERS, &C, and keeps constantly on hand, and for snle, 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, north 3d street, in the building, formerly occupied by J. F. Snowden. npr 21P57 H. M. OULIiERTSON. JACKSON'S Jewelry store is the place to get good goods at reasonable prices. Every article guar anteed as represented. Particular attention given to rcparing nil kinds ot WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY, ALSO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. repaired and warranted. Please call and see my stock and prices. may27tf GAM'L. JACKSON. The Keligious Bonk Depository. rpilE EN'llHE STOCK, by u r- raiii'cnient of the Presbylry of Steubenville, has oeeu placed in the bauds of M'DOWELL fc Co., under the control of a committee. A large assortment of new books ha just been opened and others are expected ; so that a complete assortment of all the books of the Presbyterian Board, cao now be supplied at catalogue prices. Also, an ample selection from the wonts of the American Tiact Society ; some ofthe 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 valtiuble addition to S. Scool Libraries. Theatteution of the public is especially in viied to this most valuable supply of Religious Literature. 11. G. Cominoo. June 17, '57.-tf. Ch'nofCoin. BROADWAY GOLD PEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY. OFFICE NO 335 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, Fourth Quarterly Sale of Gold and Silver watch es, Gold Watch Chains, Lockets, Bracelots. &o. &c. AGENTS WANTED. LIST OF RETAIL PRICES. &o. Gold Pet 1 ,00 Gold Pen and silver holder 2,1,0 GoMPen and double extra silver holders. .3,00 Mammouih do do do.... 4,00 Leviathan do do do.... 5,110 Fountain Pen, desk holder 3.00 Mammoth do do 5,00 Engrossing Pens 2.00 Leviuthnn and Box 5,110 Gothic Silver case and Peti 3,00 do Engrossing do 4,00 Gothic Mammoth do 5,00 Gold Tooth Picks 2,00 do Tooth and eir picks 3,00 Pencil, Watch Key, aud Tooth Pick 3,00 Ladies Gold 1'eucels y,IIO do do do 3,00 do do do '. 4,00 do do do with Pen 5,00 Gents Gold Cases and Pens 8,00 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 wt present a numbered Ticket on every dollars worth pur chased, which entitles the holder, by an extra payment ol lib cents on each ticket, to a pre mium varying in value lroin 1 to luu dollars. The premiums consist of variovs articles of Jewelry, viz: Gold and Silver Watches, Silver Goblets, Silver fruit iiasKets, uuld uuard Chains for ladies. Lockets, Bracelets, Gent s Gold Fob and Vest Chains, Thimbles, llreust- pins, ear Drops, Studs, Kings, Crosses, tc. c, none of which sell for less than one dol lar. Country purchasers may rely on beiue as fairly dealt with, as regards the prizes as if hey 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 ever dissatis fied. This plan affords every opportunity of obtaining a gold watch or some article of Jew elry, for a trilling sum. Our pens, pencil ca ses &.C., are manufactured by ourselves with treat care, and we offer them at precisely the same prices asked in all other stores iu the city. To agents we offer the most advanta geous offers, and any energetic person can do well by working for us. We wish agents in every place in the country, and pursues who would like to become such will please to ad dress us, and we will send them prjnted circu lars of prices, terms, 4o We liuvo no slated periods for distribution. Tho moment a pen is purchased, the purchaser is entitled lo receive his premium on the payment of 25 cents extra. jlll orders by mail should be address ed MERRICK, BENTON Si DEAN, 335 Broadway New York. N li. Gold feus repolnled in a superior niauuer. Forward the pen and 3!) cents iu P. O, stamps, aud the peu will bo repoiuted and returned postpaid. oiuos. "niolIFsliVCT Paper Manufacturers, Itou aw le, Ohio. -January 1 1855 FLETCHER FOWLEE. DEALER IN LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, NAILS AND GLASS, Also Real Estate ana Tillage Property., DE KALD, ILLINOIS. May 1.V57 " J. W. THOMPSON, SURGEON DENTIST, RICHMOND, 0. "OFFICE, Main Street, opposite Ex change Hotel. TT All operations warranted. j, ' det24 j. w, HANDEL. MANDEL & C. IIINEHAN. HINEMAN, MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap ill & Candles, Fourth Street, between Market & Washington, Steubenville, O., "The highest market price in cash paid Ibr Lard, Grease, and Tallow." April 8, '57 ly. JAMES ELLIOTT, A TTORNhY AT LAW, Steubenville, Ohio. Office, North side of Market street above Fourth. aug.201y. BODMUCK 8. MoonEY. EBWARD M. U'COOK MOODEY & M'COOK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville Ohio. Office corner of Market and Fourth streets, second story. may21 '55 gAMUEL STOKELY. JAMES M. SHAN E STOEELY & SHANE. A TT0RNEY3 AT LAW. will promnt- ly attend to all business entrusted to inem, m Jeflerson and the adjoining coun tii's. Office in Kilgore BVildings, Market Oireet, Steubenville. marl9nollv2. JOHN A. BINGHAM. W. B. LLOYD BINGHAM & LLOYD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the corner of Third and Market streets, onno- uUn I .a Or... i.t U,i... ..:ll At.' otic mo uvui i. iiiuov, kueuoeiiviue, Vino. January l, ibuj. B. F. PAYNE, M. D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. lltFKJE on Fourth street, North Of Market, Steubenville. Ohio, Dr. Payne will continue as heretofore to give hpeeiui ouemion to me treatment ot chronic diseases of the lungs, stomach, liver, &e. and all diseases peculiar to emnles. feb It). . . , HAMILTON IRVING HOUSE. mrEWAKIv, LICKING COUNTY. 0. 1 N. 13. This house has been leased for a term of years, and entirely refitted and newly furnished. The Proprietor solicits a liberal share ot public patronnge. bll T.D. HAMILTON. Proprietor The Watson House. O WATSON, having almost entirely rc- furnished and fitted up anew his spaoious hotel in the town of New Lisbon, is now pre pared to accommodate the travelling public in me best style, tlis table will be always fur nished with the most choice products of (he season, and the treatment ol his guests will al ways be such us to give full and general satis faction. Call at the sign of the CROSS KEYS, New Lisbon. June 1J United States House. T) W. EARL, Proprietor, corner Mar " ketand high streets, near the River.Stei Steu liville, Ohio.. Jan. 1, '55. HARE'S HOTEL, NO. LIBERTY STKEET, Mouth of Fifth Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. SAMUEL HARE, Proprietor. dec-..19-ly. ST. CLAIR HOTEL, (FOHMKLLV l.XCIIAXOE HOTEL.) Comer of Peun and St. Clair St PITTSBURGH, PA. reels. W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor . T. 0. HOLLOWAY. J. A. T. HOLLOW AY I.IPPISCOTT Ac 00. Successors to Frazif.r & Duenne.v. WHOLESALE GROCERS, FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS. nov.21. STEUBENVILLE, 0. S. C0UESE'! IJAPiEER and fashionable liAir dresser. Razors set, and all kinds of Surgical in filrumpiits put in good order. Room under the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market st. near the Washington hall, between 3d. and 4th.st. april 5th, 1855' W. D. Sherrow, Barber, IVouItl respectfully iuforin his friends ' and the public, that he is ready at all times (Siibbalh excepted) to wait upon custo mers in his line. Rooms South 4th Street, one door north of the Norton Hotel. Barber Shop. SAMPSON WAHFIKLI) would re- spnet fully inform the public that he has open ed a Uarber Shop, on Market st., Steubenville, in the under story of M'Laughliii's Building, directly opposite tho Wellington hull, where ho, is ready to wait upon customers at all times, (Sahliaths excepted,) and would solicit a reasonable share ol patronage. 13 w ! S. WARFIELD. Steubfiiville, Jan. 23. THOMAS MEANS, ATTORNEY ANI) COUNSELLOR at Law. Office, Maiket Street, oue door below the Post Olfic e, Steubenville, O. dec3l Steubenville Foundry and Machine Works JOSEPn MEANS, JAMKS MEANS. JR. flKO. MEANS MEANS & BROTHERS, MANUFACTUUEUS Ol' STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY, And all kinds of Railroad Work, And every variety of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS. Switches '. Mill Gearing for Saw Wrought and cast frogs ; and Grist Mills, Car Vt heels, various sizes, Car Pedestals, Car Oil Boxes, hubs, Iron Bridges, Hack Wheels, Coal car Wheels. Shaftings and Pull eys, unst iron fronts, Window caps, sills and coal aults. Bolts aud nuts, cut audTuruing, Plan Threshing Machines. nig, Screw cutting CTOur facilities for work are not surpasseD by any shop in the State, and our stock of Patterns being large, ull orders for the above work will bo filled promptly and in the best manner. Sept. 12-u. Spectacles. YT.W1XQ obtained the right for the sale - of Schneitmau s double vision specta scle, for seeing near and distant objects through the same glass. I am prepared to furnish my customers and all others, with the best glasses in use. Double Focus, scotch and hrazilian neb le, periscopic, pulpit, riding, near sight, cataract, and common glasses in all kinds of frames, and inserted to order, jmi 3 GAM'L JACKSON. Carpets 1 Carpets I ! Carpets I ! ! 4 LARGE hnd Splendid assortment of 3 ply Ingrain, Brussells, Venitian and other styles, latest patents, Oil Cloths, Hearth Ruggs, &c, tc,,willbe sold very low. Please call and Judg for yourselves. uor29 J. ALLEN. OHIO FOUNDRY. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED would re A spectfully inform the public generally that he is carrying on the Foundury business in all its various branches, tie is now manu facturing a large variety of cooking Stoves, to wit: No. 1, Hartley improved, for coal or wood ; 2 " " " " " 4! Airtight. " " 4, Union Large Oven " 9, Aurora ' " 4, Etna " " 7, Republic for coal for coal or wood; lor wood ; " 3, Improved elevated oven, for coal ; " , Buckeye, for coal or wood ; Large Baloon coal burner ; " Kgg church stove; No. 1,23, ' " 12, Franklin stoves ; " 1, 2, 3 cook stoves ; Eight different patterns of Arch Grates ; Four " " Cast Fenders j Wagon boxes, wholesale or retail j Plow Points, of all the different patterns ; No. 5, Patent Lever Plow eastings; Three sizes cooking Grates, Casings tnade to order or. the shortest no tice. All if which will be sold at reduced prices. 01 am also carrying on in connection with the above the Tin and Oopper Business. 1LT wareroom, Market street, below the Bank, Steubenville, Ohio. ociaa-ly; WILLIAM h. SHARP. NEW GOODS. nUNLAP & COBLE, Cornet of 4tl. and Adams streets, grateful and encoura ged by the liberal patronage hitherto extended to them in their business, beer leave to inform their friends and the purchasing community at large, mat. uiey are now receiving their Spring oiock 01 ury uooas, wiiieu lor oeauiy, s, variety tney oner the conndent assurance is not to be excelled by any iu the city. Believing it to be useless to enumerate articles (as we invite a personal inspection) we would merely say that 111 addition to all that is desirable in the Dry Goods line, from the finest to the commonest fabric, we keep constantly 011 baud a full as sortment of CARPETING, MATTING, FLOOIl OILCLOTH, WINDOW Dj. Window Shade and Drugget, together with ulaige 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 . first class workmen. We continue also, as heretofore, to manufacture lo order, Gentlemens' and Youth's Clothing of every description, with neatness uud despatch. Thee 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 be to render every possible satis faction lo our customers. If fair dealing and low prices will secure the continuance of a large trade, it will be enjoyed by april 6V57 DUXLAP & COBLE. Look Out for the New Drug Store on the Corner. rpiie undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of Steubenville, and vicinity, that he has opened a new Driigf store, on the south east corner of Fourth and Mar ket streets. Where may be found at all times a large and well scluctod stock of Pure Drujrs, l.ieuicincs, Paints, Uils, Scc , JOHN C. JIAIRS. Physicians' prescriptions carefully pre pared. Pittsburgh, Columbus and Cincinnati (Sleubeuville it Indiana) HAIL ROAD. Connections Perfected both East and West Trains run through from Pittsburgh to Columbus N ASV AITKK MOMMY, Jim v 22nd, 1857, Trains will leave Steubenville, ns follows: Lxpuess Train At 4,50 a. m., (stop ping only at Mingo, Cadiz Junction, New .Market, Uhricsville, Coshocton, Dresden and Newark,) arrives at Columbus t 10,40 l. Ji.,aii(l at Cincinimtti at 2,50 p. m. Mght Parssrnger Train At(i,05 p. m. stopping at all intermediate stations,) ar rives Columbus at 2,25 a. m., and reaches Cincinnati ut 7,41 a. v. I unoLoii Freight Train -At 9,00 a.m. reaches Newark at 8 0B p. m., and Colum bus at 1,10 a. h. Local Freight Train On Mondays, Wednesday t, and Fridays, only, at 5,30 a. m., reaches Newark at 5,24 p. 11. EASTWARD. Express Train Leaaes Cincinnati at 6,00 a. m., Columbus at 10,00 a. m., ar rives at .Steubenville at 4,50 p. m. Imuiit Passenger I rain Leaves Cin cinnati at 8,3(1 p. m., Columbus at 1,35 a. m., arrives at Steubenville at 10,20 a. m. Tit hough Feiout Train Leaves Co lumbus nt 0,00 p. m., Newark 9,00 p. m. ar rives nt Steubenville at 10,45 a. 111. Local Freight Train Leaves New ark 011 Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only, nt 4,55 a. m., and arrives at Steu benville at 4,15 p. h. THE CADIZ BRANCH TRAIN Will make regular trips between Cadiz Junc tion and Cadiz, connecting al the Junction with the above trains both east and wet. O Passengers desiring to travel on the Freight trains are required to purchase tick ets before getting on the cars, but it is pre lerreil II) ey would travel 011 passenger trams. CON X EC TION S WESTWARD. Trains connect at Newark, with the San dusky, Mansfield & Newark K. It. for Mt. Vernon, Mansfield, Sandusky, Toledo, Chica go, llurliiigtoii, Iowa City and the North VV est. Passengers by the Lxpress (4.50 a. in.; train via. this route reach Chicago the fol lowing morning at 7. 30. At Columbus, with the Columbus. Pitiua it Indiana 11. It. for Piqua, Urbana, Troy, Belle fontaine, Forrest, Ac. and the Cleveland Sc Columbus It, Jt. fur Delaware, Oaliou and Crestline. AtXenia, with the Dayton, Xenia t Help re, and Indiana Central It R.'s for Springfield, Duyton, ttichiuond, Indianapolis, Laluyelte, I erre Uaule and bt. Louis. At Morrow, with the Cincinnati, Wilmington and Zanesville It. B. for Washington, Circle villa aud Lancaster. At Loveland, with roads to HillsborV, Ilainden and Portsmouth; and At Cincinnati, wii.li the Ohio & Mississippi broad guage Railroad for Madison, Louisville, New Albany, Evansville, Vincennes, Cairo, Central Illinois, St. Louis, Jefferson City, Kansas, Nebraska, and all points on the Illi nois, Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. EASTWARD. Trains connect at Steubenville, with the Cleveland & Pittsburgh R. R. fur Wheeling, Cleveland .Pittsburgh aud intermediate points; and at Pittsburgh, with the Pennsylvania Railroad for Harrisburg, Lancaster, Philadel phia, Baltimore, New 01k. and the Northern and Eastern cities. lD"Daggagt checked through. Fare as Low as by any Other Route ! O"i'or Tickets and further information please apply at the Depot, Waohiugtou street, 10 A. O. rAUKS, Agcr.t. Q. W. FULTON, Superiutendant. Lafaystte Dkvennv, General Freight and Ticket agent. jc24 & S. COMBS, HAVE TAKKN intng-alofln AT BAYARD STATION, 0. P. R. R Heals will bt served up on the arrival of Trains ana at all times wnen called for. Alio, accow modatlons for Lodgers and Teams, May 1357 ' Pittsburgh, Steubenville and Wheel ing Packets. REGULAR DAILY PACKETS. Steamer Diurnal, Cap. IIabry Sholks. " Forest City, Capt. B. Way. WILL RUN AS REGULAR DAILY Packets between Pittsburgh, Steuben villa and Wheeling, slopping at all intermo- 111 Hie pons The Diurnal will leave The Forest City will also leave Pittsburgh on Tuesday, Thurs day's and Saturdays. Returning will leave Wheeling on Mon day's Wednesday's and Friday's at 1 Pittsburgh on Mon day's Wednesday's & Friday's, at 10 A. M. Returning Blie will leave Wheeling on Tuesday's Thusday's aud Saturday s, at t a. m A. M For freight or passage apply on board, or to loblBum J.D. CULL1NGOOD, Agent. wm. m'lauqhlin jno. iTlauguiin. Saddle, Harness & Trunk manufactory. IM. M'LAUGHLIN & SON. Market ' 1 Street. Steubenville, opposite the Wash ington Hall, keen constantly on hands a iren eral and extensive assortment of SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, CARPET BAGS, TRUNKS, WHIPS. &C..&C. Robes, horte Blankets, new styles : Sleiuh bells, girths, nets, die, all of which they are prepared to sell wholesale or retail. t superior stock of i runks. on hand, to winch particular attention is directed. All articles in their line in store, or if pre ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the uesi manner, uruers solicited, anu sausiac tion reudeicd. WM. M'LAUGHLIN & SON. Steubenville. decl7. T6.-ly. . : "Y...I - ," . J , NEW GROCERY. THE UNDEllSIGiNED would respect- fully inform the public that he is engaged in the above business, and thai he keeps con stantly on hand, and for sale al fair prices, every article usually kept 111 a grocery estab lishment. Also, a fair assortment of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, A liberal share of patronage is solicted. JOHN G. DUNG AN, South East corner of Fourth and North streets, apr 21) 57 3ni HRUGS, &c., The undersigned liav- U ing Just received a large and complete slock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dyestuffs Ac. tc, desire to call theatteution of Dealers, Physicians and others thereto. Our stock was purchased from first hands. and selected with great cure by one of the nrm. The quality of the goods we sell we will guarantee at all time. PRICES as low as any house, West ol (lie mountains. Personal attention paid to shipping. Oct. 1. HEXING fe MELVIN. Spring and Summer Stock OF Fancy, Variety Goods, Jewelry &e., AT WHULUSiLE rJMIE UNDERSIGNED, has just re ceived, and opened for the inspection of purchasers, a large, full, and elegant assort meut of Fancy, Variety Goods, Jewelry, &c, which he purposes selling at a fraction above first cost, i he stock consists 111 part of: Patent Thread, Slate Pencils Shoe 1 bread, Spool Cotton, Sewing Silk, Handkerchiefs, Boot & Shoe Laces, Corset Laces, Gum Suspenders, Hooks ct Eyes, Violin Strings, Tooth Brushes, Knitting Pins, Percussion Cap9, Fish Hooks, Shaving 3oxcs, Razor Strops, Warren's nlacking, Lead Pencils, German Silver Spoons Hair Oils, Envelopes, M 'Lane's Medicines, Silk Veils, Hair Brushes, Ivory Combs, Snuff Boxes, Hosiery, (Jloves, Ribbons, Gabions, Needles & Pins, Buttons, Bonnets, Purses, Pocket Books, Port Monies, Razors, Scissors, Pen and Pocket Kuives, Skein Cotton, Shaving Soap, Whale Bones, Note Paper, Silk Lace, Also, Muslins, Ginghams, Prints, and a genera! assortment of Dry and Variety Goods, Violins, Accordcons, and Musical Instruments. A large stock of Gold and Silver Watches, Silver Ware, Jewelry, tc. The early attention of Country Merchants and others is particularly directed to the above stock. ROBERT COCHRAN, 4th street, above Market, Steubenville. -april2'J'57 NEW GOODS ! N E WG00DS iT CALL AT GEORGE SCOTT'S on Market St. and see his stock of Dress Silks, plain and fancy. Harare Robes, Lawn Robes, Barages, Crape-d-Espang. All wool Delaines. CHALLIS, GINGHAMS, BRILIANTS CALICOS, &c. He has just relumed from the East with an entire new stock of goods and is prepared to offer still greater inducements to his customers than the old firm have ever done. By especi ally consulting the tastes of his customers, he has endeavored to bring a stock of goods that will embrace a greater variety, and sell at a price that will suit all. But particular atten tion is requested to his assortment of MILLINERY GOODS in this will be found BONNTS of all prices, FLOWERS. BONDERS and STRAW TRIMMING. FRAMES, CROWN LININGS, NETTS, &c., &c. And in fact nil 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 111 making it worthy by introduci lg every new style that appears iu the eastern market. STELLA SHAWLS, DROCHK SHAWLS, CRAPE SHAWLS, PRINTED SHAWLS, THIBET SHAWLS, MANTLES, SlC, of every imaginable style and price. Collars from 64c to. $7,00 Sleeves, Flounc!ng, Inserting and Edg ings, Veils, Einbroydered. Handkerchiefs, Dimity Bauds,. Ac. dc; together with these, ho has a fine lot of French corsets, skirts of all kinds. Hoops, eye. He has, undoudtedly, the best assort ment of Goods, this Spring, that he has ever opened in Steubenville, and will offer rare bargains to all that will favor hiin with their patronage. ap. 8,'o7 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'- Carlv's store on third Street lower end of the Market. Where he intends to keep a general assortment of such Goods in U usually kept in Grocery Stores, the highest price paid for produce. He iiopes by close atteutiou to business and selling low to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the City and Coun t'7Jan.28-,57. LEWIS ANDERSON. 100 bbls LOGWOOD and 50 boxe Extract of Logwood just received by oct. 1. HENING A MELVIN. H0LL0WAY & CO UAS JUST RECEIVED 200 Blis Pome roy Salt. 1U0 ' N. O. Molasses, 50 Golden Syrup, 100 " Utica Lime, April 8. C. T, HOLLOWAY. WEAVER'S EXTRA SALT.-1 00 barrels of weaver's rxtra salt just re ceived and for tale, by spril 29 3TFIILJN0 KELLS & CO, MARBLE 10S 8. CORNER OF 4TH STEPHEN VlLtE, OHIO. AND MARKET . 8TREETS, M. HULD00N. rjORNER OF FOURTH AND MAR- et Streets. Kpin9 ronatnntlv 011 band a large and splendid stocK of all Kinds of mar ble won, consisting of Monuments,, Tomb and head Stones, marble Mantles Ac. He is prepared to execute every variety of design, in the best possible style. n 01 k win oe done at eastern prices, ana iuu satisfaction given to customers. bteubenviiie, jau28'57. Cleveland, Zanesville & Cincinnati R-R. TIME TABLE No. 22, to take effect on Monday, April 20, 1857. 5. 15 Express Train leave Cleveland for Millersburg,8tops at all way stations Hudson Cuyahoga Falls, Akron, N. Portage, Clinton, Bristol, Orrville Edinburg, Fredericksburg, Lafayett1 and reaches Millersburg ai 9.40 p.m Accommodation Train leaves Cleve 6.45 land, stops at all way stations, Hud eon, Cuyahoga Falls, Akron, New Portage, Clinton, llristol, Orrville, Edinburg, Fredericksburg.Lafayette, and reaches Millersburg at 1.20 a.m. RETURNING. Express train leaves Millcrsbursr. 6.40 stops at all way stations, Lafayette, V redericKsburg, liiimburg, Urrville, llristol, 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, Frekericksburg, Edinburg, Orville, Bristol, Clinton, New Por tage, Akron, Cuyahoga Falls, Ilud on, and arrives at Cleveland at 9 50 p. m. 9.30 a. in. Express ffoinsr north, meets Ac commodation going south at Cuyaho cru Falls. 7.10 p. in. Express going south, meets ac commodation going north at AKron. S. PERKINS, mry 27 President and Superintendent CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS7 ' THE GREAT ENGJASH REMEDY I REPAHED FROM A PRESCRIPTION OF SIR J. CLARKE, M. D., PHYSICIAN EX TRAORDINARY TO THE QUEEN. THIS invaluable medieine is unfailing A in the cure of all those painful and dan gerous disorders to which the female constitu tion is subject. It moderates all excess and jemoves all obstructions, aud a speedy cure may be relied on. TO MARRIED LADIES it is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring 01: the monthly period with regularity. Euch bottle, price one dollar, bears the Gov 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 time and in every other case they are perfectly safe. Sole Ageiits for this country, I. C. BALDWIN & CO., Rochester, N. Y. Tl'ttle it Moses, Auburn, N. Y., General gents. N. B. $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 & Melvjn, Steubenville, O., and by Druggists generally. declO-ly DELAY NOT, Te who Consider a Pine Head of Haii yATUi?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 011 the bald, and checks auy tendency towards its falling out and becoming thin. U" For sale at the principal druggists, and and by the Proprietor, Sixth Siraet, two doors below Smilhfield ; or at the Mansion House, Liberty Street, Pittsburg. febl8. Notice to Shippers and Consignees Via Steubenville and Indiana Railroad. A DAILY FREIGHT '1'R A IN (Sun days excepted,) is now running to New ark, leaving this station at 4.40 a. m. Shippers mid consignees will please con clude their shipments and receive their con signments previous to 5 o'clock r. m., as no freight will be received or delivered after that hour. Fieights for Cadiz will bo received up to the above time. Passengers purchasing tick ets, iwill hereafter be carried 011 the Freight Tra us. By order ofthe Superintendent. LAFAYETTE DEVENNY. marll General Agent. CARPETING : 10,000 lAm CARPETING 1 1 carpeting, for Dougherty & Bro. Also, Oil cloths, Window Shades, Buff Hollands, Green ditto, Window Fixtures, Embroidered Window curtains, &c, &cc. Having opened a room in our building tor this branch of trade, purchased largely un der favorabje circumstances we can sell the above goods as low ns can be purchas ed in any city, East or We9t. ap8 DOIGIIER IT & BRO. M'DOWELL & CO., Booltselhrt, Stationer), Paper Dealers, Blank Book Manufacturer and Book Binders, T1EALERS at Wholesale and Retail, in School. Classical, Medical. Theological, Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, Ruled and Plain Cap, Post and Note Paperd, Printing and Wrnpping Pnpers, Wall Papers and Borders, School, Counting-house and Fancy Stationery. Merchants and others desiring to purchase. will do well tocall and examine our stock. The highest market price paid for Rags. M'DOWELL A CO., North side of maket, above Fourth street Steubenville, Ohio. Jau.l.'aS, Pianos and Melodeons. HAVING OPENED A DEPOT FOR the sale of Pianos and Child A Bishop's Melodians, the undersigned invites the public tn nail and examine his instruments. They are of a superior make, second to none, and sold at extremely low prices Lence un doubted satisfaction can be given to purchasers; so, come and see before buying elsewhere. A number of instruments always on hand for examination and competition. All instru ments warranted. Old Pianos taken in ex change. O. MUELLER. Kilgore Block, Market st., Steubenville julvlblf. BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY A FLOTO would respectfully inform the citizens of Steubenville that b 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 oatrousee. Es tablishment on north Fourth street, opposite the Franklin House. A- FLOIO npr 1'57-ly pilOF WOOD'S Hair restorative, Hoofland's GsaKAH BiiTsas,. , , . . RuRnTON's Cod Liv Oit, Ttrmwa'a ESSBNOB Of GlKOER, - Pubk Baud Oil, for table use. Just received and for ale by msv 6 - OLIVER KELLS, Medical Hall I i t it... Dry Goods : Dry Goods. AJ. TIM, & CO., would- respectfully inform the citizens of Steubenville and the public in general that they have now on hand & large stock of new goods, for Spring trade embracing every descrip tion of Ladies Dress goods. Also, a full assortment of Housekeeping Goods, and the largest stock of Window shades, Green and Buff Oil cloths: Buff Hollands j Lace and Embroidered Curtains Cords, Tassels, Curtain fixtures ice. &. ever brought to this city. Which willbs sold at very low prices for cash. Person in want of any thing in the above line are cordiully invited to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Steubenville, April 22th 1857. WOODWELL'S FURNITURE AND CHAIRS, WHOI.ES ALE AND RETAIL, pvl BRACING every kind of Furniture in Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut, suitablef or PARLORS, CHAMBERS, and DINING ROOMS, Equal to any in New York or Philadelphia, and at lower prices, every article made by hand and warranted. Cabinet Makers supplied with any quantity of Furniture and Chairs, on reasonable terms. Hotels and Steamboats furnished at the shortest notice. Warerooms, Nos. 77 snd 79 Third street, Pittsburgh, Pa. febl8. AMERICAN HOTEL. THE UNDERSIGNED having taken charge of this House, would most res pectfully notify the traveling public that it has been thoroughly renovated and refit ted, and he is prepared to accomodate his gues a in a manner and style which ho trusts, will give entire satisfaction. A liberal share of patronage is solicited, WHIT. O'NEAL, Prop'r. Corner of Third and Adams Streets, Steubenville, Ohio. April 22, 1857. 1. a. MILLla. R. SKESRABD, JB. MILLER & SHERRARD. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office, Maraet Street, oppo site Washington Hall, Steubenville, Ohio. Prompt attention to collecting and securing claims. Agents for obtaining Pensions and Bounty lands. Land Warrants bought and sold. Marl9 1856 CHEAP GOODS. AT THE FAMILY DRY GOODS STORE of DOUGHERTY & BRO. We have just received from the east, the largest and most fashionable stock of NEW GOODS, for Spring Trade, ever opened in this market. Comprising all kinds of Ladies' dress goods that are new and fashionable ; together with 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 be found in the market. We would iuvite our friends and the pub lic, to give us a call, as we will sell at prices that will compete with any house eustor west. apr 15'57 Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, &c. JUST Received by Dougherty & Bro.f for nnri nir n nil nnmnipr 'I'rnrin n un,u t n ....... . ' "'j large and superb stock of Goods in this line in whica may be found everything that is new and desirable for Men and boys. J. G. B ARK, who superintends the bus iness, will make to order, in tho best stylo and with promptness, any garment at low er prices and which will compare in style and workmanship with any establishment in this trade. 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. UUUliUEKl Y & URO., np8 Third and Market sts., Stcub. A LARGE STOCK OF Fall and Winter Goods. CUPERIOR Black and Blue, Brown, Olive and Green Cloths. Extra fine Black French Cassimeres, French fancy Cassimeres. Vestinjrs: Silk,aatin,Grenndine8,Plu8h, Velvets and White Silk Vestings, all newest styles, and be made in the best manner. Shirts, fancy and colors, Undershirts and Gloves, and all other kinds of Furnishing Uoous. Always on hand, Ready Made Clothing, and all very low ibr cash. J. LITTLE, Merchant Tailor, nov5 2d door from corner 3d 4 Mar. 2ETNA AIR-TIGHT STOVE. COOKING STOVE designed for Farmers and hotel-keepers, burnint! 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 fuel and tor durability they are 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. Persons in wantof anything in Ins line will save money by giving him a call. Spouting roofing and all kinds of job work done to order and at the lowest prices. Tne highest prices paid lor old copper and pewter. Store north side of Market three, doors west or 4111. J . a. lilii JLloA I . april 8 57-Iy . NEW GROCERY STORE. THE UNDERSIGNED would respect- fully inform the citizens of Steubenville and surrounding country, that he has opened a G ROC E R Y S T O R E 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 paid for produce. He Hopes oy since attention 10 ousiness, ana oy selling low, to be favored with a liberal slwu of public patronage april 8,57 MATTHEW WORSTELL. Spring and Summer Dress Gooda J. LLEN, HAS JUST RECEIVED a large and fashionable stock of Ladies' and Gents.' Dress Goods Latest Impobtations Bonnets, Trimmings, Parasols, Linen Table Cloths, I null Linens, Embroideries, fine White Mus lins, all kinds, Brown Muslins, Tickings, Checks, Hosiery, Spring aud summer Shawls a large assortment. Tho above goods and a host of others will be sold for a small advance at tho store of J.Aiabn, corner of 3d and Maj. kct streets. : "PiSi NORTON HOUSE . THE UNDERSIGNED would respect fully notify the travelling community, that he is ready to receive guests, and will take great pleasure in rendering them com fortable, by prompt and careful attention to their demands. It is the earnest desire ofthe proprietor to give entire satisfaction to those who may favor hiui with their pa tronage. It is his intention to have his ta ble always furnishod with the moBt choice productions ofthe seoson. A liberal share of public favor Is most respectfully solicited. ' i " ' , C. A. BOWERS, Proprietor. -. South 4th street, Steubenville Ohio. marll'57 ' :., .,' .! -.? 1 . u .- 1 '. DR. S. . ROTHACKER, Richmond, Jefferson County, Ohio. , , . ' la .. .U