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(,, .Seventy -Six,
BV 111. O.BRTAXT. . -- "
"What heroes from the woodland sprung,
Whan 1hroni;h hefreh awakened land,
t:.ri";.,.;.Tvnf fr.'C.l-m rng, :
And to'the work' (if warfare strung
The yeoman's Iron hand J . , ' .
II i 12 a flung the cry of hills around . '
An treau mart replied 16 mart, -And
sirans, where springs were ytt unfound
Pealed far away ibe startling sound 'v
In the forest's hear. . . . - ,
Then marched the brave from rocky sleep, '
From mountain river swift and cold, -.
The border of the stormy deep, '
The ralra where gathered waters Bleep,
Sent up the strong aud bold.
As if the very earth again '.
The fair, fund birds of yrster eve,
An aged fire and matron grey, '
Saw the ho" warrior haste away,
And deemed it sin to grieve.
Already had the strife began- -!.''..
Already blood on Concord's plain, .
A'ong the springing grass had run,
And blood had flown at Lexington,
Like brooks of summer rain,
The death-stain on the April sward
Hallowed to freedom all the shore ;
Tn fragments fell the yoke abhorred
The footsteps of the foreign lord
Frofaned the soil no more, '
MISCELLANY.
The Heroine of the Indian War.
Jhausi, one of the divisions of the Pres
idency of Bengal, contains an area of
2,532 square miles and a peculation of
200,000 inhabitants. About the time of
tho breaking out of tlic present rebellion
in Indin,ihe ruhrofthis district diL On
liia death, his wife, a woman of 23, was
ichosen bv the dcod'a to fill hi nlsca. A
recent letter in the file of foreign news,
announces her death, and refer to her
choice by the people and Iter subsequent
career as follows :
Not lacking either (spirit or ambition,
she accepted the offer, and for a lime
ruled well. But the park had touched
uie wain bengal was in flame, and now
pi never wns her lime to rrffain her inde
pendence from the British yoke her an
tostor had lost.' We know what her first
steps weie the blood of our ftllow-crej-ituies
bears witnessa totliem ; and though
somo well mcaniig- gentlemen have en
deavored to "show, and I cincerely hope
with troth that the atrocities attributed to
Iter were greatly ovp4fatul ihey still ad
niit, reluctantly that those poor creatures
were only cut to pieces. Henceforth ol
.course, it wag war o the knife. She
became tho very soul of the movement in
those parts. Her forts were strengthened
her men (fathered together in misses,
storm laid in, and every preparation
made for siege or fight. ' For herself, she
dressed in male attire, for, greater con
veniencw in the saddle or the fight ; was
armed lo the' leoih ; formed a small but
devoted body-guard of picked horsemen.
At the head of wliiph she appeared to be
almost ubiquitous. Was there a flagging
of the necessary fervor f she was on the
spot to rally and to rouse. Was (here the
voice of disaffection heard I she by ber
presence, turned it to a shout of joy.
Was there danger on the ianipatt-wa!l,
and men hung back in fear T there, sword
in hand ehe led the way, and braved the
fury of a ferry storm. Jhausi overwhel
med, she fought Jicr way with her body
guard to Calpee. Here the same deter
mined will was Been, here the same epirit
shown. Beaten, but not conquered, she
rapidly followed the clever move ol
Taiilia-T opee on the Gawjior, previous to
which, from the attack on Jliansi to the
fall of Calpee, she had fought no less than
six actions against our forces commanded
by sir Hugh Rose in peison. As before
at J!iansi,ho was always first at Gwalior,
and even at the last fell sword in band
when etrurk by a shell from Smith's bat
tery," The Critical Moment.
There are seasons there i, pre emi
nently, a moment, in tho moral history of
f y.ery man who is favored with the faith
ful ministrations of the Gospel, pregnant
willi consequences most solemnly mo
mentous and enduring a moment, in
which their destiny is decided.forever.
Professor Pond, iu his invaluable little
treatise on Probation," remarks of awa
kened and convicted sinners, ihat they
"are ofien brought to a point in their ex
istence, When by tho most trivial circum
stances a mere breath of influence one
way or the other their condition is
settled for eternity." Among the illus
lrations which he ha drawn from fact,
he relates the following.
'Tbe younger Lord Lit.tlelon was in
early life the subject of deep religions
impressions, under the influence of which,
as he inform us, he retired at a particular
lime to his chamber lo pray, with the in-
tendon of committing his soul to God.
As he was on the point of kneeling lo en
gage in prayer, he concluded to turn aside
and close his window shutters. At the
window he saw a ban4 of musicians para
ding through the streets. The splendor
of their appearance bought his eye; ihoir
aspiring notes ravished his ear ; he rushed
from hjs apartment to tbe street, joined
in the crowd, baoished his seriousness,
and felt the strivings of the Spirit no
more,"
We cannot doubt that there are thou
sands in our laud, and many who will take
up this paper and read this article, with
.whom ihe present is that critical moment,
fraught with eternal life or death to the
soul. . Jn , regard to others, it has just
passed, but with results as diffeient and
wide from each other as heaven and hell.
Some have seized the golden moment,
and thrown themselves as helpless sinner
jnto the arms of divine mercy, and ob
tained pardon of sin, and have a glojious
happy eternity in prospect. Others, by
be tremendous violence to tho dictates of
their own conscience, have formed a con
trary purpose, turned away from God,
and peuce will never visit their souls.
The apathy which attends a seared con
science may blind ihem in part, from a
distinct perception of their ultimate doom;
but there will be intervals and they will
be more frequent and distressing as
that doom draws near when they will
be tormented with that "earful looking
for of iudpment find derv inrliirnntinn
which will devour the adversaries of
. fjTjo fee jpodj is to be happy; " .
MEDICAL.
; : , ' Ayer's Cathartic rill.
The following remedies are offered to the publie
aa the boat, mwt perfect, which medical science caa
afford. Aran's Cathartic Pills have been pre
pared with the utmost skill which the medical pro
fession of this age possesses, and their effect! tuow
thcr have virtues which aurpasa any combination
of medicines hitherto knnwu. Other preparations
do more or less good; but this cores such dangerous
.complaints, so quick and so sorely, aa to prove aa
efficacy and a power to uproot disease beyond any
thing which men have known before. By removing
the obstructions of the internal organs and stimu
lating them into healthy action, they renovate the
fouutaiua of life and vigor health courses anew
through the body, and the sick man is well again.
They are adapted to disease, and disease only, for
when taken by one in health they produce but lit
tle effect. This is the perfection of medicine. It
is antagonistic- to disease, and no more. Tender
children may take thorn with impunity. If they
are sick they will cure thorn, if they are well they
will do there, nojiarra.
Give them to some patient wno nas been pros
crated with bilious complaint ; see his bent-up, tot
tering form straighten with strength again; see his
long-lost appetite return ; see his clammy features
blossom into health. Give them to some sufferer
whose foul blood haa bunt out in scrofula till his
skin is covered with sores ; who stands, or sits, or
lies in anguish. He has been drenched inside and
out with every potion which ingenuity could sug
gest Give him these Fills, and mark the effect ;
see the scabs fall from his body; see the now, fair
skin that has grown under them ; see the late ieper
that is clean. Give them to him whose angry
humors have planted rheumatism in his joints ana
tones ;. move nim, and he screeches with pain ; he
too has been soaked through every muscle of his
body with liniments and salves ; give him these
Pills to purify his blood ; they may not cure him, j
for, alas I there are cases wl ich no mortal power can
reach; but mark, he walks with crutches now, and
now he walks alone ; they have cured him. Give
them to the lean, sour, Weard dyspeptic, whose
gnawing stomach has long ago eaten every smile
from his face and every muscle from his body. See
bis appetite return, and with it his health ; 'see the
new man. See her that waa radiant with health
and loveliness blasted and too early withering
away; want of exercise, or mental anguish, or
some lurking disease has deranged the internal or
gans of digestion, assimilation, or secretion, till
they do their office ill. Her blood is vitiated, her
health is gone. Give her these Pills to stimulate
the vital principle into renewed vigor, to cast out
the obstructions, and infuse a new vitality into the
blood. Now look again the roses blossom on her
cheek, and where lately sorrow eat joy bursts from
every feature. See the sweet infant wasted with
worms. Its wan, sicklv features tell you without
disguise, and painfully distinct, that they ore eating
its life away. Its pinched-up nose and ears, and
restless sleeping, tell the dreadful truth in lan
guage which every mother knows. Give it the
Pills in large doses to sweep these vile parasites
from the body. Now turn again and soe tho ruddy
bloom of childhood. Is it nothing to do these
things Nay, are they not tho marvel of this age ?
And yet they arc done around you every day.
Have you the less serious symptoms of these dis
tempers, they are the easier cured. Jaundice, Cos
tiveness, Headache, Sideache, Hoartburn, Foul
Stomach, Nausea, Pain in the Bowels, Flatulency,
Loss of Appetite, King's Evil, Neuralgia, Gout, and
kindred complaints all arise from the aerangementa
which these Pills rapidly cure. Take them perso
veringly, and under the counsel of a good Physician
if you can ; if not, take them judiciously by such
advice as ws give yon, and the distressing, danger
ous diseases they cure, which alllict so many mil
lions of the human race, are cost out like the devils
of old they must burrow in the brutes and in tho
sea. ' Price 25 cents per box 5 boxes for SI.
Through a trial of many vears and through evcrv
nation of civilized men, AyebVs Cherry Pectobal
hav been found to afford more relief and to cure
more cases of pulmonary disease than any other
remedy known to mankind. Cases of apparently
settled Consumption havo been cured by it, and
thousands of sufferers who were deemed beyond the
reach of human aid have been restored to their
friends and usefulness, to sound health and the
enjoyments of life, by this all-powerful antidote to
diseases of the lungs and throat. Here a cold had
settled on the lungs. The dry, hacking cough, the
glassy eye, and tho pale, thin features of him who
was lately lusty and strong whisper to all but him
Consumption. Ho tries every thing ; but tho dis
ease is gnawing at ms vituis, ana snows its latai
symptoms more and more over all his frame. He
is taking the Cukhky Pectobal now: it has
stopped his cough and mtdo his breathing easy :
his sleep is sound at night : his appetite returns,
and with-it his strength. The dart wliich pierced
nis side is broken. Scarcely any neighborhood can
be found which has not some living trophy like this
to shadow forth the virtues which have won for the
CmmiiY Pectokal an imperishable renown. But
its usefulness docs not end here. Nay, it accom
plishes moro by prevention than cure. The count
less colds and coughs which it cures nro the seed
which would have ripened into a dreadful harvest
of incurable diseases. Iuflucnia, Croup, Bronchi
tis, Hoarseness, Pleurisy, Whooping Cough, and
all irritations of the throat and lungs nro easily
cured by the CimnRY Pectoral if taken in sea
son. Every family should havo it by them, and
they will find it an invaluable protection from the
insidious prowler which carries off tho parent sheep
from many a flock, the darling lamb from many a
home. -'
Prepared by Da. J. C. AYEE, Practical and
Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass., and sold by all
Druggists everywhere.
ITeiitng & Melvin, Steubenvillo,
J.B. Simmerall, Blooruingdale ;
F. Fisher,. WiDtcrsville ; ,
W. Trice & Son, SmithfieM j
Vf. fl. Crew & Co., Richmond ;
M. C. Morgan, Alt. Pleasant,
and all Druggists and dealers in medicin
eTerywhere. nov.25
HOWARD AS SOCI ATI ON
PHIADELPHIA,
A Bencvolentlnstilutioii, established by spe
cial endowment for the relief of the sick
-and distressed, afflicted with Viru
lent and Epidemic diseases.
WO ALL PERSONS afflicted with Sex
uul Diseases such as Spcrnrntorrhaja, Sem
inal Weakness, lmpdtence, Gonorrhoea,
Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, or
Self Abuse, &c, &c
Tho Howard Association, in view of the
awful destruction of human life, caused by
Sexual diseases, and the deceptions prac
tised upon the unfortunato victims of such
diseases by Quacks, several years ago di
ticted their Consulting Surgeou, as a Char
itable Act worthy of their name, to open
a Dispensary for the treatment ot this class
of diseases, in all their forms, and to give
Medical Advice Gratis.to all who apply by
letters, with a description of their condi
tion, (age, occupation, habits of life, ice.,)
and in cases of extreme poverty, to Fur
nish Medicines Free of Charge. It is
needless to add that the Association com
mands the highest Medical skill of the age,
and will furnish the most approved modern
treatment.
The Directors, on a view of the past, feel
assured that their labors in this sphere o
benevolent effort, have been nf frrAnt hnn.
efit to the afflicted, especially to the young,
anu mey nave resoivea to aevote themsel
ves, with renewed zeal, to this very Im
portant but much despised cause.
Just Published by the Association, a Re
Dort on SDeriiiatorrhiBa. or Snminnl Wsli
ness, tho Vice of Onanism, Masturbation
sr 8elf-abue, and other diseases ol the sex
ual Organs by the 'Consulting surgeon,
which will be sent bv mail, fin Bll
letter envelope,) Free of Charge, on re
ceipt oi two stamps tor postage.
Address, for reoort or f muimani n.
r . "v.i.wib, U 1 .
George U. Calhoun, Consulting surgeon,
iiowaro Association, mo z, south Ninth
street, Philadelphia, Pa.
By order of the Directors.
George Fairchild, secretary,
oct. 7, Ezra D Henrtwell, Prenidenj
CITY TOBACCO AND CIGAE ST0E.E,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
rjEORGE. HANTCII, manufacturer
2? and deakr in Havana, Yara, Principe,
German. HalfSpauixh aud Common cigars ;
Rough A Ready ElDorado. Diadem, Twist,
Oronocc, Virginius, Black Fat Cavendinh, Al'
ma, Vanke Doodle, Sweet Orange, and Con
gress fives ; John Andersondk Co. Solace and
E. Ooodwin A Brothers, celebrated, Fino Cut
Chewing Tobacco, also a superior article of
Smoking tobacco, Pipes, Snuff and Ttobncco
boxes,Cigar Cases, Cigar Tubes, Ac. Ac.
Maikul htroet, below 3d. and near tha Pnr
Office Steubenville, Ohio. . .
t i : extra rtlcl of common cjgarson
hand at 40 cts. per hundred. pr&:58. I
MISCELLANEOUS.
Great Attraction on Third Street!
: NEW STOCK AND FRESH
. ARHIVAL OF
Spring & Sumner Dry Goods.
GARRETT has received, direct from
Philadelphia, and has opened at his old
Stand, Third Uieet, an unusually, largo mid
extraordinary cheap stock of Dry Goods, which
for style audi quality, are 'lot to be surpassed,
if equalled, iu Steubenvillo, consisting in part
of a largo and olegant assortment of
RICH, FANCY DRESS SILKS,
Rich black bilk, figured and striped, rich plain
black silks, rich fancy silks of the newest
Ktyles, rich priutod Buregea, rich organdie
Lawns, Chullies, Crape de Uspanees, Lawns,
ChiaUes, etc. .......
SHAWLS AND MANTLKS,
Broche bordered Stella Shawls, printed border
ed Stella Shawls, Canton crape Shawla.
NEEDLEWORK,
Handsome sett Collar and Sleeves, very rich
real French work Collars, embroidered liueu
handkerchiefs, jaconet atidSivisg edgings iu
sortings, and flomicings.
WHITE GOODS, J v
Piquet Cloth lor Basques, Collars and Slcsvcs,
French and Kngllsli im minus, jaconets
rmir.sooka. Mulls. Swiss, Victoria Lawns, etc.
plain, plaid, striped and figured.
HUSIMK.
A full and complete assortment.
L50NNETS,
English Straw Bonnets, Ribbons aud Flowers
of the hitest spring styles.
GOODS FOR MEN & UOKS WJfiAK,
Black, Blue, Green, Drab and Olive Cloths and
Cashineretts, plaid, plain and striped Cassi-
meres, Tweeun.Menno.iNankinelt, uassiuicres,
lineu and cotton pant stuffs etc.
DOMESTICS,
The largest stock in t wn Merrimac and Co
checo prints, bleached Muslins, unbleached
Sheetings, etc.
As the above goods were purchased at mo
ney panic and commercial pressure prices
aud also embrace a large slock to select from
persons wishing to buy good, cheap, fash
louaoie nnd suumuuuui goous, win ioiiow uie
crowd and go to ' UAltKM 1 S.
may 26,'5cS
DTJNLAP & COBLE,
A RE now receivinir a heavy stock of
Springgoodsbought expressly to suit the
times. We invito attention to our complete
assortment of Ladies Dress Goods, Shawls,
Mantles, Scarfs, ISoiinets, Ribbons, Parasols,
I rniiMiinr'S of all kinds ; together with
CLOTHS, (JASSlMERliS, VESTINGS
and a full Assortment of Summer Goods, for
Men and Boys, Housekeeping Goods, Fancy
articles, flats, Ciips, Hoots and cnoes ; we
continue to manufacture to-order clothing of
every description. 1 his Willi our well known
lltOCERY ESTABLISHMENT.
enables us to offer great inducements to all
who favor us with their patronage. All kinds
of produce bought and sold, and particular
attention given to the produce trade. Almost
any article in the Dry Goods or Grocery trade
for sale, at the lowest prices by
DUNLAP dt COCLE,
april 28:58-Cm9. Stoubenville Ohio.
Cheap and Fashionable Clothing 1 ! !
JONES H0TMAYE2,
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
FASUIONAULE CLOTHING,
Market street, three doors above Fourlh st.
Stcubenville, Ohio.
TOE BEST ASSORTMENT OF READY-MADE CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAFS EVER OFFERED IN STEUUKNVILLE.
THE UNDERSIGNED hos just re
ceived and is adding weekly to his
largo and general assortment of Ready Made
Clothing, the latest styles as they come out,
to which ho directs the utlention of Lis friends
and llio public, assuring them that he is pre
pared to soil every description of goods, at
prices lower thnn has eVcr-been purchased in
this section nf the slate. In point of slyle,
quality or durability, his goods cannot be ex
celled iu this or any other western market.
His prices are uniform, and the public nny
I'oel confident that they will at all times re
ceive the worth of their money.
it will tie to the interest of all, to call and
riininn ItnTum mi rpli ad i A t r.l Baiuliora nu lita
clothing is made to ordeOie Is satisfied that
he is able to 6tll better goods at lower prices
than any house in the city.
J. HOFMAYER, Market St..
three doo:s above Fourth, Stcubenville.
eprM'58
CLOTHING! CLOTHING!!
E. ES0HMAN & CO., '' '
RESPECTFULLY inform their friends
aud the public generally that their new
stock of clothing for the SraiNo "and Summer
Trade, manufactured for tho Steubenville mar
ket at their wholesale establishment at Cin
cinnati, has just arrived. ' It is larger and
moro varied, aud embraces finer articles than
usual.
The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vests and
HaU and Caps for men and boys, handker
chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts, and a full
stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Carpet sacks, Umbrellas, Ac.
Frouuan t Co. also keep on band a fall
stock of Cloths, and Vestings, and manufac
tures clothing to order, on snort notice, at pri
ces that will be satisfactory to purchasers.
Fits warranted.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage here
tofore extended to us. We ask for a continu
ance of it, and beg to assure tho public that it
will be our constant aim, by dealing honora
bly, to deserve it.
We may ho found at the south east corner of
waikei and Third ats Uive us a call,
apr 14'53 E. FROHMAN & CO.
WHIT ACRE HOUSE.
CORNER OF MARKET AND WATER STREETS,
WELLSVILLT3, OHIO.
T. W. WHITACRE,
(Proprietor.)
mUE PROFRlETOlt would respect
fully inform the travelling public, that
the house formerly kept by Capt. Wat, is now
occupied by him. He has recently appropri
ated a large amount of money, aud beeu at
great pains, to propare it, iu every respect, for
the accommodation of bis guests. He hopes
by strict attention to business, and by antici
pating the wants and wishes of his follow ci
tirens, to merit a liberal share of patroaare.
apr 14,'58-ly . . '
B. F. PAYNE.M. D.
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
A F F I 0 E on North Fourth street,
'Steubenville, Ohio.
Dr. Payne will continue as heretofore to give
special attention to the treatment of chronic
diseases of the lungs, stomach, liver, die. and
all diseases peculiar to females. apr2l
LIVERY! LIVERY ! !
'pHE undersighed having recontly'replen
ished his Livery Stable by an increased
nujibcr of Horses Carriages and Buggies,
and by the great improvement of his entire
stock, in quality as well as quantity, would
most respectfully invite the attention of
the traveling public, and pleasure takenrs,
there-to. Office and stable on Jail Alley.
North of Market street.
auglOtf B, M. SHARP. Proprieto-
1857.
Sprlnff Stock.
1857
017 fij BAGS, OF COFFEE.
v 200 boxes of Tobacco, assorted
20 Kegs of Twist,
ISOIIalf Chests Teas, assorted.
140 Boxes Stanch.
Also Sugars, MoIosbcs, Fish Salt, Spices,
Woodon Ware". Oils. Nails. Glass. &c.
w.k. iu which we most rcspecuuuy invite
me attention of dealers.
mar. 18 C. T. IIOLLOWAY & CO,
lARNISHES, Coach Copal, Japan, &o
just received and for sale by '
;.dec9- ...... . Hsjunq & Melvih
MISCELLANEOUS.
Pittiburgh, Columbus and Cincinnati
. ; (Stoubenville dt Indiana)' :
R A I L It 0 A D v
Co2aecaoz3 . Porfected both East and . West
Trains ma turon gh from Pittsburgh to Columbus
0N
AND AFTER TUESDAY, Jan.
4th, 1853. Trains will leave Steu
benvillo, daily, (Sundays excepted,) os fol
lows: ' ,,
Night Express Thais At 5:48 p. M.
stopping at Cadiz Junction and western
points) arrives at Columbus at 1:40 a. m.
Mail I a aih At 9:45 a. m., (stopping
at all intermediate stations,) arrives at
'Jolumbus at 5:20 p. m.
H REitiiiT Train Leaves Stcubonvillo,
at 2:55 a. ra.. arrives at Columbus a t 7:40
m.
EASTWARD,
Night Exprkss Train Leaves Colum
bus at 0:55 p, m., arrives at Steubenvillo,
at 4:20 a. m.
Mail Train Leaves Columbus at
10:30 a. m., arrives at Steubenvillo at
8:43 p. m. , .;
Frkiqjit Train Leaves Columbus at
6:00 a. nu, arrives at Steubenvillo at
10.25 p. in.
Cadiz Accommodation Train Leaves
Steubenvillo at 4:55 p. m., arrives at
Cadiz at 6.05. Leaves Cadiz at 7.-30 ar
rives at Steubenvillo at 10: 15, a. m. .
CONNECTIONS WESTWARD.
Trains connect at Newark, with tho San
dusky, Mansfield At Newark R. R. for ML
Vernon, Mansfield, Sandusky, Toledo, Chica
go, uurnngton, Iowa City and the JNorth
West.
At Columbus, with the Columbus. Tiaua &
Indiana R. I?, for 1'iqua, TJrbana, Troy, Bello
fontaine, Forrest, Ac: and the Cleveland ii
Columbus R, R. for Delaware,. Galion and
Crestline.
and Xcnia, with the Dayton, Xenia & Belpre,
At liidianaccnlr.il 11. It.'s lor Springfield,
Dayton, Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette.
Terre Haute and St. Louis.
At Morrow, with the Cincinnati, Wilmington
and Zauesville R. R. for Washington, Circle
villu and Lancaster.
At Lovelaml, with roads to Hillsboro'.
Hamden and Portsmouth; and
At Cincinnati, with the Ohio & Missisainni
broad guage Railroad for Madison, Lonuvilie,
ftcw Albany, hvansville, Vinceniios, Cairo.
Central Illinois, St. Louis, Jefferson City,
Kansas, Nebraska, nnd all points on the Illi
nois, Missouri and Mississippi Rivers.
EASTWARD.
Trains connect at Steubenvillo, with the
Cleveland it PittsburghR.lt. for Wheeling.
Cleveland, Pittsburgh and intermediate points;
and at Pittsburgh, with the Pennsylvania
Railroad for Harrisburg, Lancaster, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, New York, and the Northern
and eastern cuius.
UTRaggage checked through.
Faro as Low as by any Othor Routs 1
ILTl'or Tiekets and further information
please apply at the Depot, W ashiugton street,
to A. d. f ARKs, Agent.
W.W. RAGLEY,"Superinfeii(lanl.
Lafayette Deysssy, General Frcigl:
Agent.
Iha A. IIitTciiisojf, General Ticket
Agent.
fjaii20 1853.
REMOVAL.'
SCOTT'S CITY SHOE STORE
Has been removed to the room formerly occu
pied by J. L. Holtoti, opposite tho Old Stand,
Market Street.
A SPLENDID new stock, just recei-
ved, suitable for the
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE.
also Home made work of all kinds, and work
Kade to Order.
A complete assortment of T R AV E L I N G
- TRUNKS.
All of which will bs sold chcap'for Cash.
NEW SPRING STOCK.
Fancy Variety Goods and Notions.
HTWuoLMAtE. rn
ROBERT COCHRAN, at his store on
A Fourth street, Stcubenville. has iust recni-
ved a large, desirable and general stock of
fancy uoous, Variety Goods, Jewelry,
Gold and Silver Watches, Musi
cal Instruments, &c.
Embracing every article in his line, which he
is prepared to sell, much lower than formerly,
by wholesale. .
Buyers need not go to Pittsburgh or Wheeli ng
with the expectation of buying cheaper stocks.
us i prepared lo sell a
Fraction below Pittsburgh Prices !
Country Merchants, Pedlars and others, will
find it to their adrantago to cxamiue this new
stock, but few larger and better, and none
which can bo sold cheaper, is to be found ie
the Western country, than is now offered for
saio at
ROBERT COCHRAN'S
Wholesale Notion and Variety Store, Fourth
Direct, oieuoenviuo. may ao, do.
DRY GOODS.
SECOND GENERAL STOCK.
fJEORGE SCOTT & CO., have recei
" ved, and are now opening, an unusually
large and dosirable stock of Funcy and Staple
viy uooas, sunaoie ior me season, and em
brucintr a full assortment of Honsokneninir ami
Drees Goods : Millinery Goods. White Goods.
Embroideries, Hosiery, etc., all of which have
been purchased within tho past two weeks, in
thu East, and under the most favorable circum
stances.
To purchasers we would say, that Wo are
now. prepared to offer unusual inducements
a large Stock, tbe very best styles, and low
prices, to suit bard tunes. Call and see our
stock nnd prices, both of which we hope will
give saiisiaciioa may ill, 03-y
New, Large, Elegant and Fashionable
an i -
OlOCK Ol ,
Gentlemens Dress Goods. v
J. LITTLE, MERCHANT TAILOR.
SolITHLJlth Strkct. Stkhbewiiti
WHO has just received direct from the
- - east a neauuiui ana iasflionable assort
ment oi uentiumens' Spring and summor
DRESS GOODS.
Embracing many new styles of Gentleman's
. iiinginuteiH patterns, cioiu, sua, satin,
furnishing eoods fronnrallv. Hosinrv. trv nnd
almost every article known to the trade.
' .j n j . j .
uooas mnnuiactured to order, and cut accor
ding to the
Latest and most Approved Fashions.
Prices reasonable coods warranted aa rnn.
resented and satisfaction guarantied. For
new styles, good goods, neat and fashionable
fits, call at the new Merchant Tailoring el.
blishmentof . ; , , J. LITfLE.
Fourth below Market St., Steubenville, Ohio.
may a.oo u :
How to save Money. ,..'
T7VERY Gentleman, oi Lady whore
Quires Medinnl Aid. will aava mnnu o,i,1
time by consulting Da. Sies, 1st, because
ins uemcdies nro, many of them, new ; sec
ondly because he guarantees to give every one
an equivalent for their money. Diseaeo of ev
ery description treated-without the use of
juercury or other poisonous mmeral.
N. B. Diseased n( l'fmfilpH. rpt.ivA mit
bar attention.' . ., ,
Consultation at the office free: by letter, one
dollar. Medicine put up ana sent to any
post ofTice address. Office south 4l.li. afn
over McConville's Variety store.
dec 16'57-y. DR. 6IE3.
SUNDRIES-
l) " SSO dox Essences PonArmtnt
aud cinnamon 3(10 " Inks.
180 " Castor Oils,'
'40 Bateman's Drops,
for sale by (dec 2) HENLNG A MELV1H. .
BUSINESS' DIRECTORY:
1857 H. G. GARRETT,... .1857.
' dealer is ,
ef linn anij Utajilc
DRY gOODSM
Lower end of the Market House,
THIRD STREET. .
Steubenville, Ohio.
Nov. 18, 1857. . . . ; ' " .;
J.
& S. COMBS,
ruva TAKEN
Ojc Diniiig-iilflon
AT BAYARD STATION, C. P. R. R
Meals will he served up on the arrival of Trains
ana at ail times wnon called for. Also, accom
modations for Lodgers and Teams.
May 1357
LEGAL NOTICE. '
GKORQB WKimrtg ...martin Andrews.
ANLEEWS & WEBSTER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
STEUBENVILLE, O.
Office on 4th, three doors south of corner of
Market and Fourth streets.
Prompt attention given to collections and all
legal uusiuess.
niarch 3. Gmo. '
J. H. S. TRAIN0R,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Chancery.
Office, south 4th street, Stcubenville, O,
Jan. 6, 1858.
loan a. DivortAM.
w. B, LLOYD,
BINGHAM
& LLOYD,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at
"corner of Market and Third streets, oi
the
oppo
site the Court House, bloubenville, Ohio.
January I, iom.
R. S.. M00DEY,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Steubenvillo
Xi Ohio, Officecornerof Market and Fourth
streets, second story, may21 '57
THOMAS MEANS,
TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
at Law. Ofhco' Maiket Street, one door
below the F6sl Ofuce, Steubenville, O. dec31
SAMUEL 8TOKELY JAMES M. SHANE
ST0KELY & SHANE.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW, will prompt
ly attend to all business entrusted to
them, in Jefferson and the adjoining- cotin-
tics. Office in Kilirore Buildings. Mnrknr
istreet, ftteuueuvillo.. marl9nollv2.
i.u. aihLsa. R. SHKRRABD, J
MILLER & SHERRARD.
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS
--- A-r i. aw n.. v. . a.....
AT LAW.
j - v.nw, iumikiib oi,reet, oppo
atlA Wuuliiiw.tnn Ull :n. -
wasliington-ilall, Steubenville. nhin
Prompt attention to collecting and securing
wumiB. gcniB mi uutnnung runsions and
county " lands. Land Warrants bought and
sum. juany inou
Safe and Profitable Investments.
'Mil', undersigned offer for sale Bond
oi Lross creek and Stcubenville and of
oilier townships m Harrison, Tuscarawas and
Coshocton counties.
These bonds are redeemable in about 5 vears
anu Dear interest at tha rate of 7 per cout
pnyaDic semi-annually
as safe and profitable investments, these
Bounties ouer great inducomeuta to persons
utituig minify to dispose 01.
mar 10;58-3m JII1LLER dt SIIERRARD.
RAIL ROAD SALOON &" EATING
HOUSE.
COSHOCTON, OHIO.
GEO. E, TE0KA3 Proprietor.
OYS TER SALOON.
Connected where all the delicacies of the
seiinjrreservcdjip iu style. oct.7tf.
ST. CLAIR HOTEL,
tV OBUtUtr EXCHANfiS U0TEt,O
Corner of Penn A St.Clair Sts.,
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor.
April 0,'50.1y
BANK EXCHANGE SALOONS.
THUS UNDERSIGNED, WOULD
respectfully inform all to whom it may
concern, that, his Saloons jirei n resdiness for
the reception of guests at all suitable hours
Thankful for the very liberal patronage
heretofore received he hopes by careful atten
tion to the accomodation of his guests, still to
merit their favorable consideration.
MARKET STREET nearly opposite theJef
son Branch Bank. WM. WINN.
novldtf ' Proprietor.
RAIL ROAD SALOON.
James Cady would respectfully inform
the traveling publio that he is prepared to
accomadate those who may desire re
freshments with the substantials and del
eaves of the season. Rooms at theCadiz
Junction, Stoubenville and Indiana .Rail
Road- oct7;tf
1. W. HANDEL.
MANDEL &
C. HINEMAN
I1INEMAN,
MANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap
u & Candles; Fourth Street, between
Market & Washington, Steubenville, O.,
"Tho highest market price in cash
paid ior Lard, Urease, and Tallow."
April 8, '57 ly.
C. T. HOLLO WAY. J. A. LIPPENCOTT
C T. IIOLLOWAY & CO.
Successors to Faisa5t Dbbnnen.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
nou.ZI. STEUBENVILLE, O.
Homajopatliy the only Reliable Art of
Healing;.
DOCTOR H. L. SOOK,
II 0 M 0 E 0 P A THIS T
Office, corner of Market and 5th streets.
STEUBENVIL1S, 0.
llegulnr oQice hours from v to 10 a. m. aud
from 1 to a p. m. jan C,'58
A NEW. CONFECTIONERY
I .. AND 1
Ice Cream Saloon.
TUST OPENED, a new Confectionery.
and Ice Cream Saloon, opposite Stanton 4
odcuook'S ouice llurd Street., steubenvillo,
where the lovers of these delicacies can be ac
commodated at all hours of the duy and even
ing. -. .
The undersigned would respectfully solicit
a share of patronage, and promises to spare no
pains to give satisfaction to all who may favor
nim with a call. - j
; may 26,'3.n . J. McCOMBS.
HENING & MELVIN,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIS,TS
Three doors below JcfTersou Branch Bank. .
STKLBENVILLK.
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 raa nested to nrnmina
our stock and prices, before purchasing else
where. N. B. Beeswax and Ginsenc- Durchaa.
ed by tbe subscribers. HENING MELVIN,
DR. S. ROTHACKEIt, Richmond
. JcfEirspn Cpunty Ohio!
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
N SXU PLK , W. TBOMPSON
, SEMPLE & THOMPSON.,;
S UR G E O N DENTISTS
Office on 4t Street, Steubenville, O. '
feb 1 058. if. - , ; .
' S. COURSE'S
TAIIDER and fashionable hair dresser.
Razors set, and all kinds of Surgical in
struments put in good order: Room under
the Mechanics' Savins Fund. MarkBtBt. near
the Washington hall, between 3d. and 4th St.
april am. lHoi.
THOMPSON HANNA & SONS.
Paper Manufacturers, Steubenville, Ohio.
January 1 ,1855
MISCELLANEOUS.
WK. M'LAUOULIN .JNO. M'LAUaDLIN.
Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory, j
WM. M'LAUGHLIN & SON. Market
Street. Steubenville. opposite tho Wash-
ington Hall, keep constantly on hands a gen
eral and extensive assortment of '
SADDLES, BRIDLES, ' ' ' ' f'-
HARNESS, ; CARPET BAGS, i
TRUNKS. , : , WHIPS, &c.,&c,
Robes, bortj Blankets, new styles : Sleich
bells, girths, nets, c, all of which they are
prepareu to sen wnoiesnie or retail. -
A Suncrinr Slock nf Trunks on linn.l f
which particular attention is directed.
Afi articles in their line in store, or if pre
ferred, made to order. Repairing done in the
best manner. Orders solicited, and satisfac
tion rendered. - . . '
WM. M'LAUGHLIN A SON.
Stcubenville, decl7,'5C.-ly. :
M'DOWELL & CO., '
Boohstllm, Stationers, Paper Dealers, Blank
Book manufacturers and Book Binders,
FkEALERS at Wholesalo and Retail, in
School, Classical, Medical, Theological,
Miscellaneous, and. Blank Books, Ruled and
Plain Cap, Post and Note Paperi.Printing and
Wrapping Papers, Wall Papers and Borders,
School, Counting-house and Fancy Staiionery.
morciiauts anu otnurs uesinng 10 purchase,
will do well tocall and examine our stock.
The highest market price paid for Rags.
M'DOWELL ts CO.;
North side of raakot, above Fourth street
Steubenville. Ohio. Jan. 1. '55.
or
CORKER OF 4TH
AND MARKET
STREETS,
STEUnENVULE,
OHIO.
M. MTJLD00N,
fJORNER OFFOURTI1 AND MAR
act htrects, keeps constantly on hand a
large and splendid stock of all kinds of mar
ble work, consisting of Monuments,! Tomb
unu uiuucn, uiuruie alanties die.
He is prepared to execute every variety
of design, in the best rmssihln
Wont will be done at Eastern prices, aud full
.niioiovuuu kiyoii to customers;
Steubenville, jan2857.
WUUD WELL'S FURNITURE AND
CHAIRS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
EMBRACING every kind of Furniture
m Kosewood, Mahogany and Walnut
"uunoiet or
PARLORS,
CIIAMBERS.and
DINING ROOMS,
Equal to any in New York or Philadelphia,
and at lower prices, every article made, by
hand aud warranted.
Cabinet Makers supplied with any quantity
of t urniture and Chairs, on reasonable terms.
uoiois anu steamboats furnished at Uie
Buunest notice.
Harcrooms, Nos. 77 mid 79 Third street,
..Louuijju, u, feblo,
SEYBOLD'S .
Wholesale & Retail Eakory and Con
fectionery, .
corner oj Market and Fifth Streets,
Steubenvilie, 0.
1 E E P S constantly on hand Candies
Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Pre
s rves. Almonds, and all articles usually kept
iu that line. ,.
Flour of the boat quality, wholesale and re.
tail.
Wedding and all kinds of Fancy cakes fur-
...o.iuu uu ino siioriesc notice. . -. .
A share of public patronage is respectfully
...v,i;u, in oroers enirusied to my care
win oe promptly attended to.
an27,'58-tf L. SEl'BOLD.
Rxdotto Restaurant and Oyster Saloon
BA. BOWERS, would respectfully in
form the public that she has iemoved from
the Norton House, ana is ; now located on
?orti i street-'he house lately occupied
vy u. lurner. bhe keeps constantly on hand
for sale Oysters, Snrdi'nes, and Refreshments
AVianT lnds' Also ToV9 and Cigars.
All to be had at rates as low as the same arti-
vii cau uu purcnased in the city.
june9'58-ly. 4 ' ' '.
J. F. M'CLINTIC,
MARKET STREET, BETWEEN 4tH AND 5TII,
STEUBENVILLE,
HAS-just received a splendid assort
ment of goods, consisting of
CLUCKS,
WATCHES &
JEWELRY,
and a good assortment of
VARIETY GOODS,
Cheaper than the Cheapest ever offered
la this city ; . . , .
Also a splendid assortment of LOOKING
ui&abLa, at nits burgh Prices. A good as
sortmentof
SPECTACLES
always on hand. Having made arrangements
with Eastern Merchauts
ply monthly, which he will sell wholesale or
retail to suit purchasars. Call and sea for
yourselves.
Clocks, Watches and Musical Instruments
repaired by an experie need workman and in
all cases warranted. ,. ' april 21 ,'58.
JETNA AIR-TIGHT STOVE, '
A UUOK.1NG STOVE designed for
i armors and hotel-kenprn hamim, wnnl
and coal, and guarantied to give satisftiction
to purchasers. Also, Live Oak Large Oven,
for burning wood; Star of the West, and
Aurora, These stoves are far superior tn nnv
yet introduced for baking and roasting, in ro
spect to saving fuel aud for durability they are
unequalled.: ' Manufactured W A 11.1l.
Pittsburgh. Tho subscriber keeps constantly
on hand a large assortment of Tin Sheet Iron,
brass ware, self-sealing cans, Ac. Porsons in
want of anything in his line will save mnnev Kv
giving him a call. Spouting roofing and all
kinds of job work done toordcrandattholowest
pnees. i ne nignest prices paid for old copper
and pewtor. Store north side of Market three,
uuuiBWKBtui m,. J. 11. lilaLlaAY.
anri 8 57-ly
UAlWi' UUUS1IES, improved stylos.
- also tt KOOU lot or wail, nnuntfir nnrl
dusting brushes. Henino obMelv,n.
apriK28;58
JUST RECEIVED 40 Hogsheads N.
0. Sugar, and for sale by
Jim lb C1T. Hoilowat fe Co.
1 Q BARRELS Linseed .Oil, .In store
and for Bale at tho lowest cash nrice
by , Henimo & Melvii
april 28.-S8. - 1
SHAWLS dc CLOAKS-Of every kind
and nnalitv. vnrv rhpnn ntT
' ' .i ' " .i m
MARBLE
oct2l-tf ., . . ', DocatisaTY & Bao ,
MACHINERY. 4-C
JEITESSOS MACHINE WORKS, j)
WILLIAMKENYOH, ' -Manufacturer
of hand aud slid
TURNING LATHES. A STEAM ENGINES
. . .. Water Street, Steubcnvm,, o. '
Planing, Drilling, and Bolt Cutting machines
Shafting and Mill Gearing ; . '
Screws for Rolling Mills, and all other purpb
. Bes, up to eighteen feet long if necessary, ..
Cut to order.
Machine JOBBING and REPAIRING attend
ed to with promptneis. , , .
(LTOrders for work solicited-, and exeeot
with dispatch. noy 4'J7-y
StenbenviUs Toaairyaai Machine Works
JOSEPU U KAHS, JAMES MIAN 8. J. OIO. MIAXS
MEANS & BEOTHEES,
MANUFAOTUBIUS OI
STEAM ENGINES, MACHESERY,
' And all kinds of .
Railroad Work,
And every v ariety of 1
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS.
Switches . , ! Mill Gearing for R
Wrought and cast Frogs r and Grist Mills
Oar Wheels, various
: Shaftings and Pull
I . eys, ,.
.j.Cast Iron Fronts,
. : Window caps, silla
: and Coal Vaults.
: Bolts and nuts, cat
: ; andTuruinp.Pluni
sizes.
Car Pedestals,
Car Oil Boxes, bubs,
Iron Bridges, -: '
Hack Wheels,
Coal car Wheels,
Threshing Machines.
ing, a Screw cutting
BTOur facilities for work, are not Rumnnon
by any shop in the State,' and our stock of
Patterns being large, ull ordors for tbe abovp
work will-be filled promptly and in tho
best manner. .,"r-..
.. - ; , ' ' - - -.''i' Sept.-'ia-l
OHIO FOUNDRY.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED would re
spectfully inform the public generally
that he is carrying on the Foundary business
in all its various branches. He ia
facturing a large variety of cookiug Btoves. '
to wit: .
No. 1, Hartley improved, for coal or wood :
" 2, ii '
" 4, Airtight, . s -
" 4, Union Large Oven ... ,.
" 9, Aurora or coal; " ' '
t'Stn,. " for coal or wood
7, Republic f or wood;
3, Improved elevated oven, for coal ;
"7, Buckeye, for coal or wood j - -Largo
Baloon coal buruer; , ,
" Eggchurch stove; '' ' ' '.' ' ' '
Ho. 1,2 a3; " .. ; ; ;; ; .
" 1 a 2, Franklin stoves ; i
1,2,4 3 cook stoves ;
Eight different patterns of Arch Grates '
Wagon boxes, wholesale or reUil
irl0 poiuU-of ftU lie different patterns :
No. 5, Patent lever Plow castings -Threosizes
cooking Grntes, '"" ''
Casvings made to order on the shortest no
tice. All ofWnich will be sold at reduced prices;
.i. . aual8o carrying on iu counection with
the abovo the Tin aud Copper Business '
HT Warcroom Marked street, below the '
Bank, Steubonville, Ohio. ...
oct22-ly. WILLIAM L. SHARP..
FALL STOCK! FALL STOCK!
Chickering & Son's Piano Fortes,
JOHN II. MELLOR haa just received
a completo stock of Piano Fortes, from tho '
manufactory of Chickerhig & Sons, selected
for tall bales, consisting of thirty-five new !
and splendid instruments of every variety -and
stylo manufactured by the Messrs. Ohick- -enngs,
Boston, from the plainest six octavo '
to the most splendidly finished seven octavo ''
square piano fortes, as well as their superb .
and inimitable Grand and Parlor Grand Piano. '
Lvery Piano Forte in this lot, is of their new ' '
scale, with their Patent Iron Frames and
l atent action, and are not only warranted to '
the purchaser by the manufacture! s, but bv
tho subscriber, to be in nil ranou . ,.1...
as lustruments can be made, both lu regard
to material and workmanship. . , , -V.
Prices invariably the sanio as in Boston, as
the manufactory. JOHN H. MELLOR "'
Ko.81 Wood Street, between Diamond Alley
and Fourth Street, PITTSBURG. JA ,
AgoutforChickering & Sons. Boston, for
Pittsburg aud Western Pennsylvania.
' Oct 7 tf. '
- TRAVELERS' HOTEL. ' '
WILLIAM B. ROWLAND,
WOULD inform his friends and the pub-
lie, that he has recently removed from
his former location to the
Old ' Armstrong Stand,' on Water st.
Where he is prepared to accommodato his '
patrons, not only with comfortable Lodgings
but also good stabling, and aa extensive Ws- :
gon Yard. A liberal ahara of public patronage -is
respectfully solicited. . march 10'58-ly.
HOLLOWAY & CO ; ;
AS JUST RECEIVED 200 Bile porno-
roy Salt.
UK) N. O. Molasses,
50 Golden Syrup, .; ju-i-i.;n
100 UticaLime, , . . :-
April 8. c.T HOLLOWAY.
Dry Goods Groceries, dueensware &o.
JJAVING RECENTLY replenished
. my stock of Goods, I desire to say to my
former patrons, aud to the public generally,
that I have now, and intend to keep constant- :
ly on hand, a good supply of the various arti
cles i usually kept in grocery stores: together"
with a supply of . 1
. DOMESTIC GOODS. ; .t
All of which will be sold at reasonable jbriccsl
1 have at this time, Flour of a superior '
braud, by the barrel or less, to suit purchas-,
era. . r
South Third Street, lower end of the market '
house, Steubenville, O.
apr 1458. , LEWIS ANDERSON.
STEUBENVILLE MUSIC STORE.
piANO FORTES rrom the most cole i
brated manufactories of New York, and
"VT"' " B0a cneaper than tbe same
quality of instruments can be purchased at
auy other storo this side of those cities. Por.
sons desirous of obtaining a . i -
' FIRST CLASS PIANO, ' ' "
or one less nreteiidjng can 'find such' here. '
kadiah m.ii a.. i l i
of various styles and uizes varying in price . ,;
from $45, to 375. Organ Melodeons for 1
Churches. Also , ; i
SMALL MUSIfUT. TMQTDTTMPVTQ
vim AAiwTnuivuii&ui
fitl-nnm
INSTRUCTION BOOKS &C, &C.,' '
At Wholesale and Retail. ! ' 111
svub ujf iuhii, (iro-umu upon re
ceipt of the published prices. My motto being
small profits and quick sales,! will not ba
mwlurrinM I IrHnv Yaar.antTtm nU.!iJ ...I'
1 N. JONES,
Rooms under Kilgore's New Hall, Market Si
gvcuuvuTuiv, vuiu, ( april 0O-tf.
Good and Cheap. ,
, CASH STORE.
: .'I -
, HALSTED . , ;,-u..'!
Is now selling a large and complnte stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES, "
n,
mm
ai vury low pnpes. , juue wiiiu-hi

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