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WJKDNESDAY..,..,MA..KCH 17858. . T53S OF SUBSCBIPTlOlf. "' The. Til't Ammica , is' published every Wednesday, in 8tenbenville, Jefferson county, 'Ohio, and edited by Z. Ktua, on th following terms : f"' ''';- One dollar aiid fifty cents in advance. Two dollars within six months. " 'Two dollars and fifty cents at thetlose of riye.v r, No paper discontinued until all arrearages re paid, except at the option of the Editor. -: TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Onesquare 13 lines or less, 3 Weeks or less $1 ,25 Every subsequent insertion,.... , 31J One column per year, 100,00 Professional and business cards per year,. .5,00 "When there is no contract made and the num. ber of insertions ia not marked on the curds or advertisements at the time they are handed in for publication, they will be continued in until they are ordered out.and charged lip the square "John" said a father to liis son, one day when lie caught him shaving the down' off his upper lip, "don't throw your shaving-water out where there are any barefooted boys ; for they might get wieir leei pricuea. ' . Yellow in dress as well as orange, is more becoming to dark than fair persons. Primrose is to be expected as becoming to " fair persons. ' The trimmings of this color, the flowers and ribbons should be Violet, sucb contrast being agreeable to art and nature. . . . The knowledge which we hBve acqui red ought not to resemble e great shop without, order, and without an inventory ; we-nrwhj; to know what we possess, and be able to serve us in eo - The Buffalo Express tells a story of a Quaker who was elmrged the exhorbi tent sum of seventeen dollars for ahorse and buggy for a short drive, aad upon be ing presented with the bill, simply re marked, ' Thou raisiakest me. I di not wish to purchase thy; vehicle, but only to hire it." AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, T0K TUB RAPID CORE OF Colds Coughs, and Hoarseness. Bimmeu), Mass., 20th Dee, 1855. D..0. Atie: Idonothoaitiitetomr fjh belt remedy I liare ever fbimd far Conglii, Iloarseneffl, Influenza, and the concomitant symptoms of a Cold, fa yonr Chirht Piotoral. Ita coustnnt on ia my practice and my family for the last ten year, baa ahown ft to possess snpe rkr virtue, for. the treatment of them oomplainta.. KBKN KSIGHT, M. D. A. B; MORTtBf, Esq, of (Jno,N.Y, writes: "I hara wed yonr Paoroiut myself and in my family erer since you invented' ft, and believe it the beet medicine fur its pnrpose ever put out. With a liad cold I should sooner pay twenty-five dollars for a bottle than do without it, or take any other remedy.1 Croup, Whooping Conga, Inftnenzn. " SpuxarmD, Miss.. fob. 7, 18SS. ' Baoran Arm: I wil cheerfully certify yonr PtcroaAl Is the best rwMy we possess for the cure of Whoopinq Cough, Croup, and the chest diseases of children. We of yoiir fraternity in the South appreciate yonr skill, aud cotMaeaft your mediciiw to nr people. . UlllA.M CONKLIW, M. . A 5103 LEE, Wormrt, Ia., writes, 8d Jan., 1868 : "I had ( tedious Influent, which confined me iu doors six weeks; took many medicines without relief; Anally tried- your Picroiut by the advice of our rler,rymu. Thw first dose relieved the soreness in my throat and Innsi; less than one half the bottle made me completely weH. Tour medicines are the chear"t as well as the beat we can bay, and we esteem yon, Doctor, and yonr reme dies, as the poor man's friend." . Asthma or Phthisic, find Bronchitis. West Maxcusstsx, Pa, fob. 4, 1858; 8ra! Yonr Cam!! Piotobai, Is performing marvellous ewret In this section. Jt has reUeved several from alarm ing symptoms of consoniptton, and is now curing a man who has labored under an affection of the lungs for the last forty years. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant. A. A. RAMSEY, M.D , Autos, Homos Co., Iowa, writes, Sept. 6, 1865: "During my practice of many years I have fbnnd nothing eqnal to yonr Ciir.RM Peltobai. for giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing such as are curable." We might add volumes of evidence, tint the most con vlnehig proof of the virtues of this remeily la found, in Its effects upon trial. Consumption. Probably, no one remedy baa ever been known which cured so many and sucb daogerons cans as this. Sums no human nM can reach ; but even to those the Cherbt PscroaiL affords relief and comfort, Asto IIooss, Ntw Yoki Crrr, March 6, 1858 Doctor Ate, Lowkij,: I feel it a duty and a pleasure te Inform you what your Crkkrv Vkctoral has done for my wife, 81ie had been five months laboring nnder the rlangernra symptoms of Coosuuiption, from which no aid we could procure gave her modi relief. She was steadily falling, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have come for advfrv, wommendtd a trial of yonr medicine. Vi s . .bless his kindness, as we do your skill, for she has recov ered from that day. She ia not yet as strong as she used to be, bttt is free from her cough, and calls herself well. Kours with gratitude and regard, . ORLANDO HHlXBlf, or SnasTmu. ' OmtumpHr!, de not despair till you have tried Atu'i Ohisrt I'kototaU It is made by one of the best medical' themista in the world, and its cures all around ns ht'spoak the high merits of Its virtues. IliHadtlfhia ledger.1 . Ayeir's Cathartic Pills, THE aclerices of Chemistry and Medicine have been taxed their utmost to produce this best, most perfect purgative which is known to man. Innnmerable proofs are shown that these Pius hate virtu oe which surpass la excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win nn precedentedly upon the esteem of all men. They are sale and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure, their pene trating properties stimulate the vital activities of the Indy, ; remove the obstructions of Its organs, purify Hie blood, and expel disease. They purge out the foul humors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate slnggh or disor dered organs into their natural action, and impart healthy tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do . they core- the every-day complaints of every body, bnt also formidable and dangerous diseases that have baffled (he best of human skill. While they produce powerful effob), they are at the sarna time, In diminished doses, the safest and best physic that can ' be employed for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and being . purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures have been made which surpass belief were they not sob ' stantiated by men of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent ' clergymen and physicians have en their names to certi fy to the public the reliability of my remedies, while oth ers have sent me the assurance of their conviction that my Preparations contribute Immensely to the. relief of my afflicted, suffering follow-mea. . . . . -The Agent below named Is pleased to furnish gratia my ' A mortem, Almanac, containing directions for their use and .certificates of their cures, of the following complaints: Coetiveness, Billons Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy, TJeartbnrn, Headache arising from a fbnl Stomach. Kan tea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain arising therefrom, yiatuloncy, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcer ons and Cntaneone Diseases which require an eracnant .Medicine, Scrofula or King's JMI. They also, by purify ing the Mood and stimulating the system, cure many complaints which It wontd not be supposed they could reach, each as Dcniueta, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and .Nervous Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kid. of vs, Gout, and' other kindred complaints arising from a low stats of the body or obstruction of its functions. . Do not be put off by arrprlnclpled dealers with some other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Arts'! Pros, and take nothing euw. No other they can give 90a compares wHh this in Its Intrinsic value or curative powers. The si ok want the best aid there is for them, od they should have it. , ., , . n ' ' Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER, fraeHeal and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Kan, Paid M Cff. M Box. Itn Sous ros it. SOLD BT .. Henlnir 4 MeMri, Bteubenvtile,' J. B. Siroroorall, Blooroingdaht j , W. Price & Son) Smithfield H. Crew si Co., Jtichmod ; " 'M. O. Morgan. Alt. rh-acsnt. nd all Drugsists and dealers in medicim. vary whera t . J uu.v jt MEDICAL SlC. THE; GREATEST AGE. MR. KENNEDY.of Roxbury,has dis covered in one of our conno-t PArrua wmds a remedy that cures EVERY KIND OPniiMOR. from the worst scrofula dowa to a common He 1 has tried it in orer 1 100 cases, and never failed except in two cases, (both thunder humor.) He has now in his possession over one hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted, to cure a nursing One o three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. Two or thretj bottles will clear the system of biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker in the mouth or stomach. lhree to five bottles are warranted to cire tne worst case of ErvsiDclas. One to two bottles ar warranted to cure all fcina humor in tbve. " Two bottles are warranted to cure running vi iue ears ana oioicnes among ine bair. rour to six bottles are warranted to cure corrupt and runnine ulcers. Ono bottle will cure scaly eruptions of the sain. Two or thrna bottles are warranted to cure tne worst kind of ringworm. Two or three bottles are warranted: to, cure the most desperate case of rheumatism. ' Three to four bottles are warranted to cure salt rheum. Five to eight bottles wilj cure the worst cas of scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the uibk uoiuh, ana a perieci cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Roxbobt. Mars. Dkas Madam : The reputation of the Med ical Discovery, in curing all kid of humors, is so well established by the unanimous voice 01 ait wnn nave ever used it, that I need not sav anything on the subject, as the most skil full physicians and the most careful. Drug' gists in tne country arq unanimous iu its praise. In presenting the Medical Discovnrv to your notice, I do it with a full knowledge of 11s curative power, in reieaving all, and cur ing most of those diseases to which you are unfortionatly so liable. That most excruci ating disease to an affectionate mother. NURSING SOKE MOUTH, Is cured as if by a miracle ; your own temper is restored to its natural.sweetncss, and your oaoe irom snort ana iretmi naps to calm and sweet slumbers ; and the Medical Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your hus band and household In the more advanced states of CANKER it extends to the stomach, causing DYSPEPSIA, which is nothing but car.ker on the stomach , then to the intestines and KIDNEYS, creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an in difference even to the cares of your family. Your stomach is RWV AND INFLAMED, your food distresses you, and you can only take certain kinds, and even of that your syslom does not get half the nourishment it contains as the acriinonous fluid of the can ker eats it tip ; then your complexion loses its bloom and becomes sallow or greenish, and your' best day is gone. For wept of nour ishment your system becomes loose and flab by, and the fibres otyour body become relax ed. Then follow a train of diseases which the Medical Discovery is peculiaily adapted to (J U 11 E ; Palpitraticn of the heart, pain in the side, weakness of the spine and small of the dack, pain in the hip joint when you retire, irregu larity of the bowls, and also. tLat most txcru ciatiug of diseases, the r I ii E a . How many thousands of poor wo nen are suffering bom this disease and pinitig away a miserable life, and their mxt door neighbor docsnot know the cause. 1 wish to impress on your mind that good old proverb, "An omice ui prevention is better man a pound 01 cure."' In the . MEDICAL DISCOVERY you have both the preventative and the cure, with this Great and good quality, that' it will never under any circumstances, do you any iu- iry- in 0 change or diet ever necessary eat me best you get and enough of it. DiBKCTios roa usk Adults one table spoon ful per day Children over' ten years dessert fsppopfjul chUdreu from five to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions can be appli cable to all constitutions, taken sufficient to operate on the bowels twice a day. - " jours truly, DONALD KENNEDY, Price $1.00 per bottle. For sale wholesale and retail by R. D. MORRISON, IIENING & JIELVIN, and M. L.'MlLLER.Steobenville, Ohio. oug2G.'57;-ly. DELAY NOT. Ye who Consider a Fine Head of Hair lyATUi'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 bald, and checks any tendency towards its falling out and becoming thin. . O For sale at the principal druggists, and and by the Proprietor, Sixth Street, two doors below Smithfield ; or at the Mansion House, Liberty Street, Pittsburg. ftblH. HENING & 'MIXVIN, WHOLESALE D 11 U G G ISTS Three doors below Jefferson Branch Bank. STKl'BKNVlLLB. THE subscribers have now In store a fine stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery and Daguer reotype material, which they are prepared to sell at the lowest market rates. ' Country merchants are requested to examine our stock and prices, before purchasing else where. N. B. Beeswax and Ginseng purchas ed by the subscribers. HENING ft MELVIN, dec 2 Homoeopathy the only Reliable Art of Healing. DOCTOR H. L. SOOK, II O M O E O P A T II I S T . OJpte, corner of Market and 5th streets. STEUBENVILLE, O. Regular office hours from 9 to U a. m. and from 1 to 3 p. rq. , jan 6,'5r3 How to ave Money. I?VERY Gentleman 01 Lady who re quires Medical Aid, will save monev and time by consulting Da. Sim, 1st, because his Remedies are, many of them, new; sec ondly because he guarantees to give every one an equivalent for their money. Disease of ev ery description treated without the use of Mercury or other poisonous mineral. N.B. Diseases of Females, receive particu lar attention.. . Consultat ion at the office free; by letter, one dollar. Medicine put up and sent to any post office address. Office south 4th, street, over McConrille's Variety store'.' ' dcol6'57-y, ''v. DR. 6IES. B. F. PAYNE.M. D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND STJROEON. f F F I C E on South Fourth street, v8teubenvJle. Ohio. Dr. Payne will continue as heretofore to give "pfcial attention to the treatment of chronio diseases of the lnngs, stomach, liver, tc and ii oisenses peculiar tojemaJet. . aujp. l wmm OF THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1857 II. G. tiARRETT 1857- J'aiirji ani) i?l;tplt DRY GOODS!! lower end of . the Market House, THIRD STREET, Statbenvilte, Ohio. Not. 18,1857. . J. & S. COMBS, , AT BAYARD STATION, C. P. R. R Meals will be served up on the arrival of Trains and at all times when called for. Also, accom modations for Lodgers and Teams. May 13 57 LEGAL NOTICE. OIOUOB WEBSTBt.. . . .' IfABrl ANDREWS. ANDREWS & WEBSTER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, STEUBENVILLE, O. " Office on 4ih, three doors south of corner of Market and Fourth streets. Prompt attention given 10 collections and all legal business, march 3. Gmo. ' J. H. 8. TRAIN0R, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Solicitor in Chancery. Office, sbuih 4tli stroet, Steubenville, O. Jan. 6, 1858. , JODS A. BINGHAM. W R. LLOYD. BINGHAM & IL0YD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Offioe at the "coriier of Market and Third streets, oppo site the Court House, Steubenville, Ohio. January 1, 1855. R. S.. M00DEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Steubenville, Ohio. Officecornerof Market and Fourth streets, second story, may21 '57 T THMAEANS, A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR at Law. Office' Maiket Street, one door neiow tne l'osi umce, Steubenville, O. dec31 BAMVEI STOKELT JAMES M. 8HA.NE ST0KELY & SHANE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, will prompt ly attend to all business entrusted to tlicm, in Jefferson and the adjoining coun ties. Office in Kilgore Buildings, Market Sireet, Steubenville. marl9nollv2. J. n. milleb. a. snr.aRABDj ;a MILLER & SHERRARD. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS x- AT LAW. Office, Marsct Street, oppo site Washington Hall, Steubenville, Ohio Prompt attention fo collecting and securing claims. Agents for obtuining Pensions and county lands. Land Warrauts bought and .old. Marl9 1856 HAMILTON IRVING HOUSE. jVEWARK, LICKING COUNTY. O. N. B. This house has been leased for a term of years, an-J entirely refitted and newlv furnished. The Proprietor solicits a liberal sh are of public patronage. Dil i. U. HAMILTON, Proprietor. The Watsou House. C WATSON, having almost entirely rc- furnished and fitted nn anew his snaninua hotel in the' town of New Lisbon, is now pre pared to accommodate the travelliug public in the best style". Ui table will be always fur nished with the most choice products of the season, and tne treatment 01 Inn 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. AMERICAN HOTEL. THE UNDERSIGNED bavin? taken churiTP nt' thin IT. iiqp urnnM rriiot rno pectt'ully notify the traveling public that it has been thoroughly renovated and rolit- ted, and lie is prepared to accomodate his giKs 8 in a manner and style which he trusts, will give entire satisfaction. A liberal share of patronage is solicited. uiiu. UAiiAL, 1'rop'r. Corner of Third and Adams Streets, Steubenville, Ohio. April 22, 157.- RAIL ROAD SALOON & EATING HOUSE. COSHOCTON, OHIO. GEO. E, TE0MAS Proprietor. OYSTER SALOON. Connected where all the delicacies of the season are served up In style. oct.7.tf. STrCLAIR H0TEL7 u-rroaiiEBir exchange "oiei.xb Corner of Ponn fc t.Clair Sts.. PITTSBURGH, PA. W. C CONNELLY, Proprietor. April 9.'56 ly United States House. TO W. EARL, Proprietor, corner Mar ket and high streets, near the River, Steu nyjJle. Obh - Jan. 1, '55. BANK EXCHANGE SALOONS. npiIE UNDERSIGNED, WOULD respectfully inform all to whom it may concern, that, his Saloons are! n readiness for tho reception of guests at all suitable hours Thankful for tbe very liberal patronage heretofore received, he hopes by careful alien tlon to the accomodation of his guests, still to merit their favorable consideration. - MARKET STREET nearly opposite the Jef son Branch Bank. WM. WINN. novlStf Proprietor. RAIL ROAD SALOON. James Cady would respectfully inform the traveling public that he is prepared to accomadate those who may desire re freshments with the substantial and del cacies of the season. Rooms at tlieCadiz Junction, Steubenville and Indiana Rail Road. oct7;tf ' W. HANDEL. C. niNEXAH . MANDEL & IIINEMAN, MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap 1' & Candles, Fourth Street, between Market & Washington, Steubenville, O., "The highest market price in cash paid for Lard, Grease, and Tallow." . Aprils, '&7 ly. WYANDANK STEAM PAPER MILLS HOWARD, PEEBLES & CO., Manufacturers of COLORED AND WRAPPING PAPERS. Post Offioe, Curtain and Eardwara Paperi, and Straw Boards. WyaniUak UUli. Cu yahoga Falls.Ohio. . M ay 13'57. C. T. BOLIiOWAT. J. A. LIPPBNCOTT C. T. HOLLOWAY & CQ. Successors to Fsazieb ti Tnmvn. WHOLESALE GROCERS, FOEWAJIDIKO ft C0MMIS3I01T MERCHAHT8 noc.2I. STEUBENVILLE, O. J BUSINESS DIRECTORY- " i Barber i Shop. CAMPSON WARFIKLD , would r'e: spectfully inform the public that he has open fd a Barber Shop, on Market St., Steubenville, in the under story of M'Laoghlin'a Building, directly opposite the Washington hall, where be ready to wait upon-customers at all times, (Sabbaths excepted,) and would solicit a reasonable share of patronage. : ... . . . . S. WARFIELDV Steubenville, Jan. 28. , g. C0USSEY T9ARBER and fashionable hir dresser. Raiora set. and all kinds of Surgical in slruments put in good order. Room under the Mechanics' Saving Fund, Market st. near the Washington hall, between 3d. and 4th. s'j , . ; S. 1. Sharp Removal.. . . . W HOLESALE AND RET AIL DEAL ' erin tobacco, sNtTrandcioAas, Market St. one door above the Bank, near Fifth Street, Stbenvllle, Ohio, ! '' , . ,.; Orders respectfully solicited.' " ' .' je 1 THOMPSON HANNA & SONS. Paper Manufacturers. Steubenville, Oli'o. January 1 1855 ., , A. W. BEHPLK J. W. THOMPSON ' SEMPLE & THOMPSON, , SUROEON DENTISTS, Office on 4t Siretxt, Steubenville, O. feb 10,'58.if. . COMMERCIAL HOUSE. Corner, of 3rd and Washinton Streets 4 STEUBENVILLE. O. ; oct.7.1y. . S. LIGGETT, Proprietor. MISCELLANEOUS. Wil. M'LAUGnLIK JNO. M'LALOHLIN, Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory. 11 M. M'LAUGHLIN & SON, Market Street. Steubenville, opposite the Wash ington Hall, keep constantly on hands a gen eral and extensive assortment of SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, CARPET BAGS, TRUNKS1,"' WHIPS, &c, Ate, Robes, horse Blankets, new styles : Sleigh bells, girths, nets, ic, all of which they are prepnrpd to Bell wholesale or retail. A superior stock of Trunks-nn hand, to which particular nttenlinn is directed. All articles in their line in store, or if pre-' ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the best manner. Orders solicited, and satisfao tion rendered. WM. M'LAUGHLIN fe SON. Steubenville, decl7. '.IG.-ly. BOOT" AND" ' SHOE MANUFACTORY A FLOTO would respectfully inform the citizens of Stcubenvillo that he is engaged in the manufacture of Boots and Shoes, and is prepared to supply to order on short notice, lie keeps on hand tho best material, and hopes to be able to give satisfaction to nil who may favor him with their pntrouage.. Es tablishment on north Fourth street, opposite the Franklin House. .A. FLO TO, apr 1'57-ly JACKSON'S Jewelry store is tbe place to get good goods at rensona'blo prices'. Every article guar anteed as represented Particular attention given to rcparing nil kinds of WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY, ALSO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. repaired and warranted. Please call and see my stock and prices. oct 2tftf GAM'L. JACKSON. CUNDR1ES 0 250 doz Essences rppermint and cinnamon 360 " Inks. 180 " Castor Oils, 40 Bateman'a Dropq, For sale by (dec 2) HENING A MELViW. Carpeting ! Carpeting ! ! 4 LARGE and splendid assortment of 3 ft ply Ingrain, Venitian, Wool figured, and Rag Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Win dow Shades, Hearth Rngqrs, Door Mats, &c. &c., selling at reduced prices for the cash, at the store.of J. ALLEN, 3d street near market. nc.t.21 ttuolssflhrt, Stalionert, Paper Dealers, Blank Book Manufacturer and Book Binders, 1)EALERS at Wholesale and Retail, in - School, Classical, Medical, Theological, Miscellaneous, and Blank Books, Ruled and I'luin P.an- PhmI. fliul NntA Pnnnrj Prinrin anA Wrapping Papers, Wall Papers 'and Borders, School, Counting-house and iancy Stationery. ? rhJ!","Ln0.'rrS The highest market price paid for Rags. , M'DOWELL A CO., k North side of maket, above Fourth street Steubenville. Ohio. Jan. 1,'55. r MARBLE 0 CORNER OF 4TH AND MARKET STREETS, STEUBENVILLK, OHIO. . M. MULD0 0N. CORNER OF.EOURTlf AND MAR- aet Streets, Keeps coustniHly on hand a large and splendid stora of all Kinds of mar ble wor. consisting of Monuments,, Tomb aua ueaa stones, maroie Mantles dtc. He is prepared to execute every variety of design, in the best possible stvle. Worn will be dune at Eastern prices, and full Haiisiaciion civen 10 customers. Steubenville, jan2tl'57. ' WOODWELL'S FURNITURE AND CHAIRS, .... WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, rUlBRACING every kind of Furniture in Rosewood. Mahoianv and Walnut suitablef or PARLORS, CHAMBERS, and DINING ROOMS. Equal to any in New York or Philadelphia. aua 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. Warerooins, Nos. 77 nd 79 Third street, Pittsburgh, Pa. fcbl8. SEYBOLD'S Wholesale & Retail Bakery and Con fectionery, Corner of Market and Fifth Streets, ' ' Steubenville, O. 17 E E P S constantly on hand Candies Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Pre srrves, Almonds, and all artioles usually kept iu mat line. .... Flour of the best quality ( wholesale and Te. tail. .V. Wedding and all kinds of Fancy cakes fur nished on the shortest notice. ' A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All orders entrusted to my care will be promptly attended to ao37,'58.tf - L. SEYBOLD. Second Arrival. J. TIM & CO., Have just received their second general stock of fancy and staple dry goods, comprising all the new and desirable styles of Ladies' Dress Goods also a complete stock of House keeping and domestic goods, to which they respectfully invite the attention of their friends and the public. ' oct 28 MISCELLANEOUS. . GREAT BARGAINS AT THE QUEENS WARE STORE, - MARKET ' ; S STREET, , t ,,'.'.: IN Iron Stone China Tea Setts,' ' ' '. 'Covered Turreens, Plattere, Bakers, l?ap dvs. all sizes and styles 5 French and English China, plain and Glasswahe. Tamblers, all ai2es ; Fruit Bowls covered ' and uncovered ; : Candle Sticks, all colors and styles j Lamps for oil or fluid : 1 ' ' , Table Cutlery. Silver plated KniVes and Forks, Steel,' do. with Ivory, Horn, Bone or Wood "Handles Spoons plated with puro silvdr 5 Gorman Silver and Bri- tania do., all sizes. Castors, silver plated and Britannia in great variety j Britannia 'Tea Setts, Cof- tee and Tea Pots, and a great many arti cles too numerous to mention. : All the above articles have been purchased tor cash, and he is determined to sell lower than the same articles have ever been of fered in this market.. . E. A. TONNER. Market street, between 6th and 6th. ' dec 16-tf . i. REGULAR .:. Pittsburgh and Wheeling Packet. THE STEAMER ROSALIE, Capt. B.W. Dovls, WILL LEAVE PITTSBURGH for " Wheelingevery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10 o'clock, a. m. Returning, will leave Wheeling for Pittsburgh, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, a. m. The Rosalie, will pass Steubenville on her trip up, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, aad on her trip'down, at 7 o'clock, p. m., on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ...... For Freight or Tassage apply on board or to' A. DOYLE & CO., Agents. Jan 20,'58-tf ' : : Wm. Knabe & Co, GOLD MEDAL PIANO FORTES. ' P. J. SCHNEIDER, Agent. Slubenyillq, Ohio. KEEP conf-lantly on hand a general as, sortment of the above makers Pianos, which stand first among the makers of the country. ... . . . . Ceriiiicates from the greatest living Pianists, Thalberg, Strakosch, and Sattcr,' can be seen at the Piano rooms. . Every Tiano we sell will be warranted to purchasers for 5 years from the date of sale. Also a choice lot of Piano stools. - Pianos ex changed, hired, repaired and tuned. ' , 1'. J. SUHIVKIDEK. Rooms in Ealsted's building, 011 Market.one door from the corner of 5th street. ' jan 13,'58-y - 1 LIVERY! LIVERY ! ! 'TlIIE undersighed having recently replen ished his Livery Stable by an increased nu.nber of Horses Carriages and Uuggies, and by the great improvement of his entire stock, in quality as well as quantity, would most respccttullv invite the attention of the traveling public, and pleasure takenrs, thnre-to. Office and stable on Jail Alley. North of Market street. auglDtf IJ, 31. SHARP. Proprieto- CEMETRY MARBLE WORKS. Fooi-th St., Four Doors South of Market, East Side, Steubenvillo, Ohio. jT R. IIOU13S, Marble worker nnd Sculptcr, would call the attention of all persons wanting Marble work: such as Monu ments, Tablets' Grave Stones, Post and Chain Fences, Mantles and Furniture Slabs, to his establishment, where a general assortment will be kept on hand. Having no agents em ployed to travel the country soliciting pat ronage, he will be able to sell fifteen per cent lower than any other Works of the kii.d, in the city. Being a practical workman he is prepared to get up designs of Monumental art on the shortest notice. O Cemetry work done to order. CITY TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE, WHOLESALE AND RE TAIL .' GEORGE HANTCII, manufacturer and denier in havana, yara, principe, german. half Spanish and common cigars. Rough fe Ready EIDorado. diadem, twist, oronoct., virginius, black fat cavendish, alma, yanke doodle,swect Omnge. and congress fives j John Anderson dc (Jo. feolnce and h. (Joodwin s Brothers, celebrated, fine cut chewing Tobacco, also a superior article of smoking tobacco, pipes, a miff and tobacco boxes, cigar cases, cigar tubes, Ac. Ac. Market street, below 3d, and near the Pst Office, Steubenville, Ohio. anN. B. An extra article of common cigars on hp at 40 cts. per hundred. sep.2;!y. NEW GROCERY STORE. LinjE UNDERSIGNED would resnecl- ij'form the citizens of Steubenville and surrounding country, that he has opened a GROCERY STORE on the corner of 4th and Adams streets. It is bis intention to keep a constant and general assortment of all such articles aa are usually kept in grocery stores. The highest market price will be pnid for produce. He hopes by strict attention to business, and by selling low, to be favored with a liberal share of public patronage. april 8,57 MATTHEW W0RSTELL School Examiners' Notice to Teachers EXAMINATIONS will bo heldasfol- - lows:- In Steubenville, on Saturday jnauary tne wtnj loos. In Richmond Friday March fith, 1858, " Smithfield Saturday " Cth, Steubenville Saturday April nth" Richmond Friday May 28th, " . . Smithfield Saturday May 2l)th . " Beginning in each case promptly at 9 o'clock, A. X. By Order of the Board, JACOB N. DESELLEM. Steubenville, December 10,'57. td Clerk WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP. rPIIE undersigned would respectfully in ' form the public that they stillcarry on their business at the stand formerly occupied by H M.Brister, South 3d St., between Adams and Market Streets. From their knowledge of the uusiiioss, tney nope to be able to give satlslac tion to their patrons. . - A liberal share of custom is respectfully so iciled. '..( John Kookll, march 3,'58 3m A. J. Rsvolds NEW JEWELRY STORE. . J F. McCLINTlO would respectfully inform the citizens of Steubenville and tho surrounding country, that he is prepared to accommodate purchasers with every variety of Jewelry usually kept in such establiohments, and at the most reasonable prices, such as CLOCKS, GOLD St SILVER WATCHES, Breastpins, Ear-Drops, Finger Rings, Gold Lockets, Vesf and Neok Chains, Ladies' Gold ' Pencils, Port Monies Looking Glasces, ' Spectacles, .Fance Soaps, Perfumnry, Violins,Accordedns Tooth and Haif Bushes, Gold Pens &c. Sio. , Having had an experience of 10 years in this branch of business, he hopes (0 render satisfaction to'all who may favor him with a call. ICrClocks, Watches and Jewelry repai red with promptness and care. Tbe patron age of the public is respectfully solicited. .. 0Store on Market Street, north side, be tween 4th and 5th, nearly opposite the Jeffer son Branch Bank, Steubenville, Ohio. Nov 1 1 ,'57-y; . ,.' PERFDMF.RY. New and handsome stylos, of the various kinds of perfume ryately received, and for sale. t the Drug Kmporium of dec 2 Hawmo fc MtLm. DR. S. ;R0THACKEK, Riclinlond Jefforson County Ohio! DRY GOODS. NEW GOODS. ri'r.hilO'R SCOTT is now opening at store on Market Street, his Fall Stock of Pannv and stanle Dry -Goods, having been selected with- the v.ew of , linmXa .if tho hoiiv final it V. ftl'd latOflt iceping styles, of the season. Hia stock is unsually arid attractive The stock comprises la- diet dress goods of tbe newest and beautiful designs 1 Trimmings in .. piAt. . m it art, in rrrr. annnl of all ki most 'gceat ids of awls. 3Iillinerv (roods Fall and Winter shawls talma cloaks, house keeping goods, articles, blankets, flannels, a lama fancy lot of furs, &c. to which he invites the attention of purchaaers. - ' . oct.vtf 1 " A LARGB STOCK OF FaUand Winter Goods.-' r ) CUPERIOR Black and Blue Brown, Olive and lireen uotna. Extra fine Black French Casaimeres, French fancv Cassi meres. - Vestings: Silk, Satin, Grenadines, Plush, Velvets and White silk vestings, an newest, "styles, and be made in the bea manner.' ' ' - '"' -"' ' Shirts, fancy and colors, Undershirts and Gloyes, and all other kinds of Furnishing Goods. ' 1 . t ' ' Always 6n hand, Ready Made Clothing, and all very low for cash. ' ;' .. J. LITTLE, Merchant Tailor, .. ' nov5' 2d dooV from corner 3d JIar. 1837. . . H. G. GARRETT. ,. 1857. HAS JUST JlECEl VED and is now ope- ninsr a larire and beautiful stock of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting in part of . Plain Black Silks, Brilliants plain, and Fancy. Lawns in great var Barred " Striped " " Figured " s " Fancy dress" ' Black, all Wool, De , lains, iety, Crape, De. Espang, Ginghams, , ., , . Prints a large assort , , Bareges ment, Jackonett,, Plain and Fancy, olored De: lains, .: .' ' -cruvellies " , " striped. . Linen table cloths, Poplins, Plain and j -t.-ll! : cotton ' " 1 ' Irish Linens, s npeo. cu.i.. !leaclied Mu8ljn, Plain, l ig'd and col djTkki . - swiss Linen, Shee .checkg ingliw.de". Stela ;hawl Pillo cass.nff, , CaBirnere, -. ' Also a general asf-ortmcnt of French and English cloths and cassimeres, all colors, qualities and prices casinetts, pant' Lin en, cottonndes. Lasting drab, deta and a variety of other goods for men and bnys,wear too tedious to mention uonnets, ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves, mitts, collars, tiilk and Linen Handkerchiefs Ate, flc, The above goods will be sold to suit the times. for cash. 03.21'57-ly II. G, GARRETT. Great Bargains Cheap Goods. AT DOUGHERTY & BItO'si JE have just received our Fall stock of ' ' new and fashionable Dry Goods, which we will be able to sell cheaper than here tofore : offered in this market.' Having purchased bur stock under favorablo cir cumstances during the tight money panic, we know we will be able to supply our customers with goods at lower prices than can be had in the city. Cur stock is full and complete in every department and wo invite everybody to come and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined, to sell our goods at lower prices than heretotore ottered in this mar ket. Come and examine as it is no trou ble to show goods. . ' ' : oct 21-if Dougherty & Brother. IF AVE just received for Fall and Win ter trade, a large stock of Cloths, Coa- tings.Casimeres, Satinetts,Tweeds, Jeans, ana vestings ot every description for rnen and boys wear, which we will make to or der or sell by the patern. Our stock in this department being more extensive than all the stocks In the place combined. KEADY-MADE CLOTHING. A large 'stock on hands of sound materi al and well made, of our own manufacture, all of which we will 'sell as low as can be bought in the state'. N. B. Particular attention paid to ma king up of fine goods for custom trade of which our stock has no equal in the trade DOUGHERTY & BRO. Oct 21-tf J. G. BARR, Supt. ,S E.M.I-A N N UAL! : " A. J. TIM & CO., Tlill commence on Thursday, August 6th, and continin durinor the month, their regular half yearly closing out sale of sutiuner dry goods I on which occasion their entire stock of Ladie's dress (roods, Embroid eries, Bonnets, Ribbons, summer stuffs, Ac. , will be marked down to very low prices to in sure their ready sale, previous to lying in our rail Bioca. r lease examine me prices in iue following list: -. . , .Reduced to Worth Fine Fast Colored Lawns,.. 10 . cts. 15 Superior Quality, do 12J 18 Jaconet Organdie do 18" ..25 4 31 Plain and figured Barages,. Super Quality . . do..., Fine Crape D'Espagne,... " Dress Ginghams,.... .20 , ..25 ..23 31 .37 .3f .12' Heavy apron do.. 12 " 16 Flaiii'Freach Cambray, do. .15 " ; 20 1'nnisols. ............ M dc a "$1B1,25 Black Silk Caps ..$1,50 :'' ....1,75 Fine Silk Mantillaes,, . . $2,50 "....4,00 100 dos, Linen Handk'ffs....6J 10 40 Super. .. .. ". ....8 12 uooa quauiy urass liinca . for Coats Ac.,. 15 " ......20 Superior quality . grass . ' .Linen lor coats ic...... 20 " 31 Super, quality Irish Linen... .50 " ....75 Fmeblch'd Shirhni; Muslins.. 10 .."....12 Also alarge and "superior assortment of boo. mull, ' awisa .and Jaconet muslins, together with many other seasonable and desirable ar tides, all fresh and new, and of recent pur chase, forming the best and most desirable iock of Ladies dress Uoods now in this city, flease give us a call. 1 . ' Market St. above 4th, Steubenville. aug.l2-tf. '' .:',. '.v.--- FALL STOCK I- FALL STOCK! - Chickerin? & Son's Piano Fortes. IOHN II. MELLOR has just received a complete stock of Piand Fortes, from the manufactory of Uhickering A sons, selected for Fall Sales, consisting of thirty-five new and splendid instruments of every variety and style manuiaciurea oy tne aiessrs. uiuck erings, Boston, from the plainest six octavo to th e most splendidly finished seven octavo square piano fortes, as well as .their, superb and inimitable Grand and Parlor Grand Piano. Every Piano Forte in this lot, is of their pew scale, with - their Patent Iron Frames and Patent apt Ion, and are not only warranted to the purchaser by the manufacture: s, but by the subscriber, to be in all respects as perfect as instruments can be made, both in regard to material and workmanship. . . Prices invariably the same as in Boston, at the manufactory. JOHN H. MELLOR, No. 81 Wood Street, between Diamond Alley and Fourth Street, PITTSBURG. PA., Agent for Chickering A Sons, Boston, for Pittsburg and Western Pennsylvania. -- J Oct7tf. MEAT STORE. V fiHARLES BONNER & CO., Market Street, two doors above tne jenersoo Branch Bank. Steubenville Ohio. Every va riety of choice meals, Beef, Pork, Sausage, &o. AcWholesale and Retail at the lowest cash prices, and In large or small quantities, nov 4,'57-tf ..CLOTHING. Cheap and TuMonable Clothing 1 1 i J0NE9 TrnT-wavnj" WHOtSSAia AND RtTSIL M4I.IB IX AIL XlKUt ti - FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, ' Market"treet, three doors above Fourth' ai oieuuenvuie, unia. Tat bsst Assoaiiif sf ti seam-ham 'Miytiivv BATS AND OAFS IVBl orfKUO U Tl)BMTrLLS PTHIIE UNDERSIGNED h. it M JHBf -IC J- ceived and is adding weekly to his large sna general assortment 01 neady.Uade Clothint?. tlie latest styles aa tbev coma out. to which he directs the attention 01 his friends and the public, assuring them that he ia pre pared to aell every description , of goods, at prices lower than has ever been purchased m quality or durability, his goods cannot be ex pelled in this or any other western msrket. His prices are Uniterm, ana the public rosy feel confident that they will at all time re ceive the worth 0 their money. It will be to the interest of all, tb call and' examine before purchasing elsewhere, as his clothing is made to order, he ia satisfied that he is" able to sell better goods at lower prices, than any house in the city. J. HOFMAYE; Market st.i three doors above Fourth, Steubenville.. ; oet2Tft7.tr . . ' - , i: REMOVAL! REM OVAL It " Fall and Winter Clothirie. ,: ': ' 1 NEW STOCK. T E. FR0HM ATT A nn' ' RESPECTFULLY' inforni their friend Atl and the public generally that their new stock of clothing for the Fall And Wistis: Trade, manufactured for the Steubenville mar-. Ket, at their wholesale establishment at Cin cinnati,' has hast arrived. .It is larger and more varied, and embraces finer articles than, I8UH1. Ths Rtoclr emhrnfto Chnta Pants Vaat ..J. Hats and Caps for men and boys, .handker chiefs. Cravnt.R. Olnves. hnaa SKIrto mnA f..li . 1 , ..... u M'.v. 1. stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises. larpet sacus, umDrnuas, ate. . . . , t. FaonMAit & Co. also keep on hand a, full stock of Cloths, and Vest.ino-a. anrl manfaJ tares. clothing to order, on short notice, at pri ces inai wiaoe sausiaciory to purcuasers. . Fits warranted. j. Thankful for the vnrv liberal nnlmnnnpiiin.a- tofore extended to us. We ask for a continu ance of it, aud beg to assure the public that it will be our constant aim, by dealing honora bly; to deserve it. " We may be found at the south east corner of Market and Th'rd sts Give us a call. nov4. E. FROHMAN. MACHINERY, aC. JEFFERSON MACHINE WORKS. WILLI AMKENYON, Manufacturer of hand and slide TURNING LATHES, & STEAM ENGINES, Water Street, Steubenville, O. ' Planing, Drilling, and Bolt Cutting machines;. Shafting and Mill Gearing ; Screws for Rolling Mills, and all other purpo- . r ' 1 , r tcs, 11 j1 io eigiueeH luet long 11 necessary, Hut In order. Machine JOBBING and REPAIRING attend ed to with promptneis. "Orders for work solicited, and extent with dispatch. i ' : nov 4'57-y Steubontille Foundry and Machine Works JOSErn MRANR, JAMES MKAMS. JB. OKO. MEAX3 MEANS & BROTHERS, MANUFACTURERS OP - STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY, And an Kinds of Railroad Work, And every variety of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS. Switches :Mill Gearing for Saw. : and Grist Mills, : Shaftings and Pull-. : eys, ; Cast Iron Fronts, 1 Window caps, sills I . and coal Vaults. ; Bolts and nuts, ctit : and Turning, Plan Wrought and cast Frogs (Jar W heels, various sir.es, Car Pedestals, Car Oil Boxes, hubs, Iron Bridges, -Hack Wheels, Coal car Wheels. Threshing Machines, ing, a Screw cutting. nzrOurfacllities for work are not surpassed by any shop in the State, and our stock of Patterns being large, all orders for the above, work will be filled promptly and in the! best manner. . . . Sept. 12-1 a.. OHIO FOUNDRY. ' ; fpHE UNDERSIGNED would' re-. spectfully inform tho publie generally, that he is carrying on the Foundary business in all its various branches. 1 He is now manu facturing a large variety of cooking Stoves, to wit: .'' No. 1, Hartley improved, for coal or wood ; 2 " ' " ' " ' " 4', Airtight, ' . i " " " 4, Union Large Oven ' " " " 9, Aurora " for coal ; " 4,Etna " ' " for coal or wood; " 7, Republic for wood: 11 , 3, Improved elevated oven, for coa . 7. Buckeye, for coal or wood : ' ': Large Baloon coal burner ; 5 o ' " Fgg church stove; ','.,? . '1 Ko.'l,23. ' ' " ''" M 'J , 1 2, Franklin stoves ; ". . ik'tM n- " 1, 2, 3, cook stoves , ...j '' Eight differerit'pattema of Arch Grates rf Four.f. ,' - y i " ':iOast Fenders;! Wagon boxes, wholesale or retail ; Plow Points, of all ths different patterns ; No. S, Patent Lever Plow castings ; ' Three sizes cooking Grates, ;:.; ,t Casvings made to order oc the shortest no-, tice.' ' -.- ,J ,-'7 . All of which will, be sold at reduced prices., 01 am also carrying on in connection, with, the above the Tin and Ooppef Business. '" O" Warerooro, , Market street, :beloW tho, Bauk, Steubenville, Ohio. . , , oct22-ly. WILLIAM L. SHARP. Fall and Winter' Stock "; "l ' of' ' iK' 3,''"':'' Fanoy, Variety Goods, Jewelry &o.y . - v. , 1 AT WHOLESALE,11' rFHE UNDERSIGNED,' has just' re- ., ceived, andppened for the inspection W purchasers, alarge, full, and elegant assort ment of Fanoy, .Variety Goods, Jewelry, Ac.; which he purposes selling at a fraction above lirnbCUHt. 1UBSIUCK cuiibibib 01 Patent Thread, Slate Pencils Shoe Thread, , Spool Cotton,,. ' Sewing Silk, ! ; Handkerchiefs, Boot & Shoe Laces, Corset Laces, ' Gum Suspenders, Hooksilt Eyes, Violin Strings, Tooth Brushes, Knitting Pins, Percussion Caps, " ' Fiah Hooka, ..... ;; , Shaving 3oxe, ' ',' Raxor Strops, ' .if Warren's placking. j.j Lead Pencils. ' , Hair Brushes, ' i ,. Ivory Combs, Snuff Boxes, ' Hosiery; ;-,-, ..... Gloves ' Ribbons, "i ' ' '' Galoons, , f j Needles A Fins, Buttons, '''V""1' Bonnets, -.1 ! Purses, Pocket aooks, ' ' 0: fort Monies, ,j . , Raxors,. , Bcissorsi' Pen ' an Pocket Knives, , Skein Cotton, Shaving Soap, ' i Whale aones, J -Note Paper, Silk Lace' f -' German Silver Spoons Hair Oils, . ., , ' , , Envelopes, M'Lane'a Medicines, ' Silk Veils. . Also, juuBims, uingnams, rrints, and a general assortment of Dry and Variety Goods,' Violins, Accordeons, andMusical Instraments. A large stock of Gold and Silyer Watches, Silver Ware, Jewelry, Ac. , " . The early attention ' of Country Merchants' and others is particularly directed to ths above stock. ' i '.." .' ROBERT COCHRAN, 4th street, above Market, Steubenville, : . oct.8.57 . . A PRIME lot of Ground1 , Cinnamon " Muetardand Ginger, for sale by ' ' dee 2 HinJno k MitviN. .".'