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Wa gire below a abstract of the
Tflia for Judge of the Supreme Cuurt,
catt at the late election in this State,
taken from the Otiicial retunn in the
tcwdiei. . .Supreme Judges.
Adami - 1690 10-16
Allen 1720 617
AshUnJ 1613 1687
Ailaabuia 29G8 613
Atherti 1720 bji
Auglaize 006 939
Belmont 3614 1538
Brown 2G04 154G
Butler 2523 2752
Carroll 1634 874
Champain 2444 819
Clark 2357 ti:5
Clermont 3190 1602
Clinton 1975 6CG
Columbiana ol02 1983
Coshocton 19o4 J 679
Crawford 1253 1273
Cuyahoga 4S67 2i98
Darke 11 1G 1210
Defiance 21 45
Delegare C7 1C60
Erie . 1733 1IB5
Fairfield 910 2127
Fayette 1C14 63
Franklin 4168 2542
Fulton 7C3 97
Gallia 1073 7U5
Geauga 1613 07
Greene HISS L6i
Guernsey ' 2CL8 167
Hamilton lco'53 8347
Ihncoi-k 1303 1124
Hardin 935 002
llarrisjn 1875 lli,3
Henry 261 SS2
Highland 2C7I 1185
Hocking 9j5 974
Holmes 1225 1381)
Huron SC01 1335
Jackson C13 C88
JeflWson 2613 1310
Knox 2701 lt93
Lake 1275 283
Lawrence 1190 517
Licking 2C4G 2233
Loan 2(5-18 Z62
Loral:) 2UQ 1110
Lucas J 99 795
Madissn 12.i4 286
Mahor.itig 1835 1611
I.laiicu 1043 C7
Medina . 2220 1354
s Meigs 2013 CS4
Mercer 39 C50
Mi am '7o3 1170
Morrrt : 651 KS7
Montgomery 43 4 1 2718
Morgan 1C53 KM 9
Morrow 1861 13f4
Muskingum C2S4 2315
Noble 1604 19i9
Oitcwa iiCb' 232
Paulding 404 30
Terry Ibill 1310
Pickaway Sbb-t 1779
Pike 97 792
Portape 2779 K79
PraU 2464 119
KicUlaod 2960 2C90
Uom 2714 13-'7
Sandusky 1033 916
Scioto 21) It 767
Wi 271.2 1273
SUlby 16J9 767
Stark 8638 22b0
Summit 24(8 1260
Trumbull 2971 1681
Tttacarawaa 2991 1912
Union 1784 353
Van Wert 466 345
Vinton 723 60(f
Warren 2976 9C3
Washington 2361 1564
Wayne 2551 2121
Williama' 803 76
Wood SCO 575
Wyandot 1101 724
18o4?3 If 9073
MAIL [...] SENILNUED.
NEW YORK, Dec. 29.
FitzgibLon?, recently convicu.il of
lobbing the mails in our postr Kite, has
bfn sentenced to ten years in the State
3rIlon. Cornelius Darrnlj, a clis
lirigui'b.l,fd Uwycr ot Pitt? burp, died
suddenl v Pf a:ri'txyf cn Fiitiay.
Conic One! toe All!!
ALL icitoi.8 know h.g Umfbl''lJ:.b:cJ
to the. Finu f fcwepsten ct
i. ill i.iiuL. lull ii nii 1 ... iii Iiv r '.e
. ..,.... ,.; ,-JB
lendy Jons, :ri.ivii:a llicu INotts, tie mrmer
. , , t. .
would le l:.r i 'ittV'ihb e. us we are ir.mli in
needct n.iney. The Books will le rettled
by Jihn iwcupbtcii, at the MeAithur llousr.
At rvATThVii.LE, to jutichafe Hids for
which the behest Matket rice will be given.
Junnarv t, IW5. tf.
JAMES 1U IIS ELL,
EXCLt'elVF.LT WHOLFSALS UEALCR til
TANCY AND STAPLL' DRY GOODS,
rrrMViAKr, unn ad cuss.-
HAVING made very lafeptircl-ase?, at ex
tren.ely low prices; 1 haic the cheapest,
and probably the bct f tc-k of
DRY LJOODS & QUEENSWARE
In t!.e West; to which I invito tlie attention
of cash and tespousib'.e biner?.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, 1851.
IM PORTA NT NEWS FOR Til K SHAKE
HOLDERS IN rtliHAM S THIRD GIFT
ENTERPRlSj;. It will te. ecen by reference
to advertisemntln cur paper of to day, that
the Ctmmitite fppoinied by the Shareholders
at their last meeting; have Umed a coll for a
fnul mcetii.Eiif all mteretied, tocet tlinrin
(iiiicliointin re(ereneto the distribution nl
the Gift rrowrtv. Waaie iilcnncil tn timi
the matter so near a coi.fummutioii, and hoi
that Mr. FtMiAM will icu-ivc the patronage he
in well deserves for the liLciahty and currey
liit p:.ed in getting up und protecuting this
itunendoiis enterprise. Orders for tickets
hould be tent in immediatel). These art
fcrtuaM ia rfiv for rcmebody.
McArthur Jan. 4.
Buttei ter lb..
KtiS pel doz-
I'lour .per bbl
ron, 5a'J ,
6;Lard per lb. 8
l.&O'l'oiaifya. Irish. 100
Pieces, D.. 2.20
13jSugar N. O., 8
' loaf, 121
' Crushed.. IGaU
Salt, pet bbl 3,50
Table, pi Suck, -23
Soap pei lb 3a3
Teas, Y. H. 75
" Imperial 100
Wheat per Lu. 1,40
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
OAKES & BUSKIRK,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH Dec. 28 1854.
Apples, Dried. ti-'
Broom prduZ 42iuUl
Baton Hums pel lb. It
" Shoulder " t
" Sites " t
Beans, W. or l)n. I.".'
C.mdlcs, tiiould.. U
Cotton Yurns... !6i
Ci llie, Uio-. I2i
Hour pi bh...-S7,7i
FeutherJ pr lb.... - .l
Fiuxseed, pr I) Li. 1,01
I'Uli, Cod or lb......'
Lard r lb. 1
MolasdS.N. O. gal. 2-1
s. ir. 4i
G. S. " 5.
Nulls, .. If) to SAtll
Swjfit it. 0. . L
i.iiimi u.j j
" Lnuf 9
Suit, Kanawha, bu. 55
Teas, loose fc in park.
" Y.H.,lb. 4oalU0
" lnipct'l,. 75
" Gunn'wilei 55
Tobacco M&lv. cav.iS
' Ya. cav... 20o45
Oil. Laid i. real... bO
Oil, Linked DO
Outs pr, lui. : o
Potato!. Irish.. 125
Sj'eiutuspr lb... fuD
'ullovv pi 111..... II
I'.ir pr bbl. 5.50
rimothy teed, &3u,15
A' heat pr bu. 1,23
Whiskey, Common 30
iUoii liula, O j
Kye, .... CJ
JOUR EWtPSTCS (A Ml' F.I, BWtrSTOS.
S. SWFI'STON Imve orfned n fmp
tmk cf Gooi's at rK.VlTSVlLLE, O.
CaM and r-ee for jourec lvcs.
1 ec. 1 ,t, 18ol. Cino.
THE CHEEK SLA VE!
BACCHANTE, VENUS, FLORA, HEGE,
AND THE DANCING GIRL,
IlK !ir.vt! celebrated Stiitues. toirether
with lift' .'fit StutiiPtles in I'rouze, and
icverul l!i;r'(lrtil mrifiiiificcnt Oil I'aiiitiiii..
f. ltd the i olleuiion ol prizes to be distributed
anions I.e incmhers cf the Ccsn.opolilnn Art
A.-kk iutiou nt the firbl onnuul ilisiribu tion
Tie Cosmopolitan Art ar,d LUtrary
Or.nn':er' fur lit lu.ri,urop(meut and c7ut-
trvl D fj nt.iiH if Literature un.l lilt l'im
Ails mt a r.to uad urL;innl j lon.
'Ibis p.tpulur Art AfSom.tiiMi idni;iied to
f ti'O.nvc uiid pppukirie the Finis Art.-', und
iti --etiiin i'.e wholi finne Liluinture tin uulioit I
die country. A Galiery of Art is permanent
ly founded, nml will contain a vsiuuble col
li i li'li nt l'uimii'gs and Slutuary. fi r t lie mi
nuttl dietrihution of e:ith year. The lest
Liiethtiire of the day, will be issued to sub
s rila is, coiiKistinj; of the popular Monthly
Aiaiizii.t'tf, F.fk'MS, Ac.
'lde Coiniuiti'.'t! of Mnffinent have the
1 1-MiMiB of ue.iioiiiH'ins that llie. First Annua!
bibtrihuliuu will take plac e on the .VU ill J.in
i:ury next, ui uliirh time will U distributed
or ullntii'd to hu iii'tiei'j several hundred Works
of Art.mrionj; hith is the original and world
lenuwurd butue ot the Greek Slave, by Hiram
I'oueis, costing over live thound dollars!
'.roll er with t! e H'CiiuIiliil Statues of Vei.us,
rVHisiiiMr, i,Kte, i iora uad 'he Dmicin Girl;
and fittion Statuettes in Bronze. in. polled iroiu
l'uris; u,60,a Ihre collection of Oil Paintings,
comprising some of the best productions of
celebrated American and Foreign Atlisls.
The Literature issued to subscribers consists
of the following Monthly Magazines: Harp
er's, Putnam's, Knickerbocker. Bleckwoods,
Graham's. Miigaziiip of Art, and Godey's La
dy't j i.k, on. I tlic Utmrterly Reviews re print
ed in New Yoik: huiribuih, Wtituiiiiister,
London Quarterly, and North British.
1'Ll.N Ml 111b ll'ERLM YEAB--1S34 5.
The payment of three dollars constitutes
any cue u member of this Association, end
entitles him to either one of the above Maga
zines lor one year, aid also to a ticket in the
dii-tii'jiiiion tf the Statury and Paintings,
uhichure to bu allotted to niembcis in Janu
ary. 1'er-ciis taking five memberships are enti
tled tu any five of the Mnuazines one year,
an. I to dix tickets in the distribution.
1'eiM'ns. en Lctomiiig n:enibers, can have
their Mig"ziue tommeute with any month
ihty tlioote, Hiid iclyon its being mailed tu
tl.eni promptly on the first of every month,
d.rcct I. cm the New York and Philadelphia
Lll lLLL'S LIVING AGE, TlAi. is fur
uithed one year and two ine mbcrshii s for fcti.
'J I f net proceeds derived from the fata ol
memberships, re devoted to the purchase of
Works of 4rt for the ensuing year.
lioohs Oi cn to reuive iihn.esa'. the Eastern
ofliie, New Yoik.or Western cilice, Sindus
ky. 'l he Gallery of Art is located at Sondmky,
(the Western office of the Association,) where
' '.Miuil. fiiuiiita Itu'llll.iftc I...-. W o.o,..!
1, it UiiH iii itliiicu ti.ui nine culitrmc 4bo cnloii.
(:: it. and m whose spacious saloons thespleu
I L'.tetiiou of Statuary and I'umiiiii's are
Theed vantages secured by becoming a mem-
'ucr of this Atbociution are
l.t. Aii ersons receive the tuil value ol
their iubs-criptiori Pt the start, in the shape of
terliug Miigizine Liteiuiure.
2d. LacU iiiunt! is contributing tfiwurd
pui hating choice Works of Art, which arc
to Le iltiitjt.'.e.l among ttiemsetves. and are at
the same time encourbeiiii' the Artists of the
country, disbursing thousands of dollars thro'
its agency. I
iVrsons in remitting funds for membership,
will piease give their post office address in
iull, stating the month they wish the Mnga-
ziui; to toiiiiiiencc. ciul w rite the word "Reg
istereU on ;lie envelop to prevent loss, on the
receipt of which, a certificate of membership
tocciher wiih the msiiazine desired, will be
luisv aided to eny part of the Country.
Ihosowho i iiKliiise y,agtvu:ea at book
stores willtobterve that by joinirg this s'sn
eiition, they receive the Magazine and Free
Tu ket in the oiiiiuhI diblri'jiiiioii. alt at the
wn;e price they now ray tor the Mugaiine
l'ersous subscribing any time befote the 30ih
of Jauuary, are entitled to the Magazines for
CLOSING OF THE EOOKS!
Subscriptions will be received up to the 30th
January, at w hith time the distribution will
lliuhlialcd Dcscriptivt Cataloguci of the
whole collection tn be distributed, will'le
tent tree of i hart;e on application.
tXf Cilices ol the Association. ot theKnic
kerbecker Muf,aziiie offlce,3S4 Broadway, New
York, and at No. 106, Water St. Sundnsky,
Ohio. Address, 'at either cilice,) lor ific
C. L. DERBY, Actuary C. A: ti I. A.
Dee.'Wht, 181.-1a. : .
THE OHIO FARMER FOR 1855.
TllIS elegant and popular Yeekly ARrieul
tural Family Nerspaef Hlt ?otnmem its.
Fourth VoltimA on the first of January, 1655.
It will ie illuitTa'erl, as usual, with numet
otis engravings of Domestic Animals, Farm
Buildings, Farm Implements, Trees, Shrubs,
and all the important afluirs connected with
Horticulture, Agriculture, and Stock.
Lth number will contain besides, Foreign
and Domestic News, selections from the moot
interesting publications of the day, Stories,
it, History, Biography, Poetry, Essay on
various subjects, Market Reports of Cleve
land, New York, Cincinnati, f'C. 1" s'lort
nothing w ilt La leli undone, which may be
UioiirIiI necessary to render "Tbe Ohio Fai
mti." the best Fumily pvprt for the Fanner,
Gardener, a. id Stock Breeder, that is publish
ed in tlx: United States. That its circulation
may be i;rnerul we liae made the terms low.
Ttmiaop tiie Fasmeb, (invariably in ad
vanceSingle conies, one year, &2; Three
copies, one year, fc5; Five copies, one. year,
18; Ten copies, one year, 111 5; One copy, six
months, $1; Five copies, sit months, t'o; Ten
conies, git months, 6b.
vollktaby ActNTs are entitled to retain
fifty tents commission on each yearly, and
twenty five cents on each, semi yearly subsui
ber, except in the can of Ctulbs.
A Clubb ot fi.e subscribers at 69. will en
title the person inakine it up to a cony for six
months; a Club ot Ten, at 5s ID, to a copy for
S, S. DEMUTH & CO,,
MAIN STREET, McARTUUR, O
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines:
Seller's Liver Ti Us. Dr. Lee's Pills.
Seller's Vermiftig. Drs. Jones McL's do.
Salter's Imp'l C. S., Dr. Jouw' Cough Syrup.
Lyou's N. & 15., Joins' N. u B. Liniment.
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relic! do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Kathairon, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau Dt Cologne.
Cajloi Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
lluricni Oil, Medicamentiim.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Latesinan's Drops.
Sloan's Condition Powder; und Essences ol
all' kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
December VJ, "A.Gm.
J. O. fcW'ETLAND.
SWETLAXD & CCGSWEL,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
ND TArNCRS & CURRIERS,
MA.N STREET, Mc ARTHUR, OHIO
ANNOUNCES to their fliends and the
public, that they have formed a co-purl-utrihip
lot li c ycurs, in the above business.
LOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens', Wcniens', Boys' onl Youths', of every
vaiiety will be kept constantly on hand, and
made to order at the shortest possible notice,
and on ti c most libcrol teims.
of all kinds; Sole, Upper, Kipaml Calf Shins,
kept coiibtvi.tly on bund and for sale at the
lowest I'iins." Persons bringing Hides can
have ihtm 'I aimed on the shares.
OT" Hides und Tan Bark wanted at bll
limes, for which the highest prices will be
JOM J. ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER.
One door East of D. D.T. Hard's Store,
J I AM DEN, OHIO,
RESPECTIVELY announces to the Pj
citizens of II AM DEN, and vicm-f
ity that he has permanently located at Ham
den, and has commctircd the manufacturing
of Boots and Shoes; M.-ns , W omens
Childr ns , of -veiy variety
All work war-
ranted, and made, at the
Repair done with
Prices to suit tl times,
neatness and dispatch.
December. 22, 1654. 3mo.
TAKEN IN EFLEN-ID STYLE J A3
WELL IN CLCUDY AS CLEAR
DJ. EDWARDS, of Cincinnati, has the
pleasure to inform the citizens of Mc
Arthur, and surroiinping country, that he in
tends remuiiiing leie for a thort tinie, end
has taken rcoms at Sis'cn i- Hulhort's Hotel,
for the purpose of taking Duogeireotype Lik
enesses, in the highest style of the art; produc
ing a clear, life-like tone, and a brilliancy ct
expression, that cannot fail to give sulidikc
tion. Call end look at specimen!).
A large assortment ol Lockets, Breastpins,
Ilbrdwine and plain Case on hand.
Mr. Edwards has a very powerful instru
ment on piirpOHs for aged jerions aud young
Don't forgel that Mr. E. can make fine pic
tures. It t llie weatler be tliudy or clear.
CCJ Charges extremely low.
Uc. 6th. IB54. tf.
.lOit YV UK.oleery ckscriutioii neatly
e(.rve!l. nt thi flOire.
WILLIAM GRAVES ESTATE.
550TiCE is hereby given thai John
Efy Graves has been appointed and qual
ified as administrator of the Estate of
William Gravet deceased, lateofViu
ten County, Ohio. JOHN GRAYS.
Jan. 5. 1655 3w
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
Jsaac II. Simler. Plaintiff! )
G. W. Tinker. Defendent. S
rpilEsaid defendent G. W Tucker, will
JL take notice that the said plaintiff ctui-fd
an order of attachment to be issued sginst the
coods. and chattels, slocks, or interest in
stocks, rights, credits, moneys and effects of
the defendent. on the 4th day ot ixcemrjer.
1831. bv J. W. Swenston. a Justice of the
Peace within arad, for the township of Elk,
county of Vinton, and State of Ohio, for tlie
sum of fifteen dollars, with interest Iroin the
1st day ot November, A. D. 1854, which cause
will l tor hearing bt tore said Justice, on '.lie
iblli day ot January. IS5!.
ISAAC H. SNYDER.
LEWIS RAMEY'S ESTATE.
OTICE is hereby eive that James R-
mey. .executor oi tne last win anu
Testament of Lewis Ramey, late of Vin
ton county, deceased; has filed his ac
counts and vouches in the Probate Court
of said county, for inspection and par
lial settlement, and thai said accouts
will be passe upon by said court, on tbe
20th day of January, 1853.
B. P. HEWITT, Pre. tirff.
De. 184.-.' ' . . , .
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL Li I ATE.
Tkt Matt of Ohio, Vinton Cont j.
Simeon H. Tilton, Guar- Probata Cou't
dian of Elizabeth, WiU . ,0
liam id Sarah Burnt, f ",,,,uu
Exparte. j SvH Land.
BY virtua of an order of tale to mt
directid, frorrijh Probata Court of
id Vinton county, in the above case I
will as said Guardian, on Saturday, the
ltd day or lebruary. A. D., 1853, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M.,
and 4 o'clock, P. M.,of said day, offer
for sale, at public Auctio i, upon tie
premises, the Interest of the abort na.n
ed Elizabeth, William, an 1 Sirah; be
ing thre equal undivided fourth parts
of the following described premise, it
uated In tht said county of Vinton, to
wit: The South-went quarter of the
North-n est quarter of Section No. three,
Towoihip No. Ten, Range No. aightten,
containing Forty acres, more or less,
Also, the North east quarter of the
North-west quarter, of the Section,
Township and Range, a'oresaid, con
tailing Forty acres, more or less;
which laid realty is subject to the dower
estate of Hannah Guugh, late widow of
Patrick Burns, deceased; appraised at
S3 33, each share, and which will be
sold on tie following Terms, to wit:
One Third of the purchase money in
hand, the balance in two equal annual
payments, w ith interest from the day of
sale. bl M EON H. TILTON,
Jan. 5, 1553 4w Gusrdiuu&c.
We are requested to say that full
and perlect title can bo obtained for the
above realty, tn the Widow's inteitst
and the other fourth part can be bought
at the tame time by the purchaser.
E. A. BR ATI ON,
A:ty. fur I'eti'n.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Sla'.t if Ohio, Vinlon County.
Simeon 11. Til ton, " Probata Court.
Guurdimi of Win, Petition to sill
Burns, Exparto. J Laud.
OY virtus of an .order of sale to me
d'nerted, from the Probate Court ol
said Vinton county, in the above case,
will, B3 such Guardian, vn Sa'nrdjy,
the 31 c'ay of February, A. D. 1835, be
tween the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.,
and 4 o clock. l M on laid day, offer
fortalett puhlia Auction, upon th
premises, situated in aid county of
Viuton, the following Real Estate, to
wit: The North West quarter, ol the
North West quarter, of section number
Three.Township number Ten, and Ranee
number Eighteen, containing forty teres
more or less. Appraised at 4250. On
the following Terms, to wit: . One third
cash in hand, und the balance in two
equal annual payments, with interest
Iroin the day of Sale.
SIMEON II. TILTON,
Jan'y, 5, 1635 4w
NOTICE IN ATTACHMENT.
Andrew Wolf, Plaintiff; "J
against I Attachment.
Alfred Patterson, Deft; J
THE said defedatit, Alfred Patterson,
will take notice tint the said plou-
titr cuused an order of nttichmrnt to be
issued against the goods, battels, stocks,
or interest in stocks, rights, credits, mo
neys and effects of the defendant, on the
8th day of Decemb?r, 1654, by J. W.
Swepston, a Justice of the Peace, with
in and for the township of Elk, county
of Vinton, for the stun of eiht dollars
and twenty cents debt,and twenty dol
lars, the probable cost of this action,
which cause will be for hearing befote
said Justice on the 1st day of Febusry,
1655. ANDREW WOLF.
Dec. 22, 1654. 3v.
Y tirtue of au order cf sile to me di
rected from the Court of Common
Pleas w ithin and for the County of Vin
ton, and Slate of Ohio, iu the caie of Wil
liam W. Miller against John C. Watson
and Sarah Watson, I will sell at public
Auction at the door of the Court House
in said County of Vinton, on t lie 2 0 1 h
day of Jaiiurnry A D. 1855, between the
hoi.rs ol 10 o clock A. M. and 4 o'clock
P. M. of said day the follow ing desrrbed
real estate to wit: In Lots numbers three
3 and four 4 in the town of Aliens
ville, County c-t Vinton, and S'ate of
Ohio, as the property cf llie gaid John
C. V toon andSitrah Watson, to satisfy
said detiee in favor of said Willian W.
Lot No. 3 appraised at S3C5 CO. Lot
No. 4 appraised at 620 CO. Terms o
sale, cash in hand.
WILLIAM TISUE. S. V. C. 0,
Dec. 15, 1631. 5a.
SAIX OI'M IIOoL 1,11)3.
N the 20th day of January, A. D.
1655, between the hours of ten o.
clock. A. M., and three o'clock, P. M .
of said day, at tl a door of the Court
House in McArthur, in the Conrty of
Vinton, ami State of Ohio, I will offer
for sale at public auction, to be sold to
the highest bidder, and for at least a
sum equal io the appraised value, the
following premises shunted in originul
surveyed township number nine. (Vin
ton towns,hi) in said county ot Vinton;
to wit: The South West quarter of sec
tion sixteen (10) in ihe tow nship afore
said, range sixteen (IG)of the Ohio Com
pany's Purchase, being lend granted by
the CongrerS of the United Stales for
school purpusea, containing one hundred
and Eixty acres more or less. Appraised
at ninety cents per acre. Tenns one
twelfth of the purchace money in hand
on the day of sale, and the belance in
eleven equal annual installments with
annuil 'Uteiest thereon, from the day of
sale. JOSETH MAGEE, And.
Vinton Co., Ohio.
Dec. 13, 1851. Cw.
JOHN UOODYARD'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that John Ste
vens, Administrator of the Estate of
John Woodyardj late o( Viuton County,
deceased, has filed in the Frobate Court of
said county, his accounts and vouches lor in
spection and partial settlement, and that the
same will be passed upon by said court, on
the 8th day of January, 1S33.
B. P, HEWITT, Pro. Judge, V. C. 0.
Dec. 15 1S5 1. 3 w.
OrkYANKEE Straw Cutters, 'from $7 to
i3 612 ; received at the Gilt Anvil.
. LINING, CAMPBELL & CO.
R. "LLOYD & CO. ', :
UHOLETaLE BOUT AND HOE WAREHOLiJiE, I
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK. FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH. OHIO. - ' ,
II WE just received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all the itct styles and
fashions. Our ttoek havinsbeen purchafd direit fiom the manufacturer!, pii'arloa.ly
fur cash, with great care In the selection of quality and tizet a lopted to the Western tWt.w
are enabled to offer superior in ducementt this Fall, tnd are determined not to bt uodertold
by any regular house either in New York. Philadelphia or Biltimote.
In addition to our extensive ttock of Boots and Shoes w ill be found lar"t and wtU srlee
ted stock of HATS AND CAP3. ,.
Suitable fur the Fall tnd Winter Trade. Merchials and Furnace Ovrnirs vitiliog Otrt city,
are invited to call tnd examine for themfelvej.
TO THE LADIES.
We tie now manufacturini! a superior article of Ladies' and Missea' Gaiters. TtneVlr.a ni
Slippers. Having procured tome of the beit
ply those who want custom work. .
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather. 12.00 lbs. No. I White Sole Leather. 23 .Wis
French Calf Skins, 23 dozen Crawford s Skins,
r iniinig" anvavs on i, anil and lor sale at tae
Jmnary 2fi. 1S51.
workmen in tlie Wet, wa are prepared to sup
10 dozen KipSkius. Upper leather toJSut
lowest marnei price. .
1 4OYANKEP. Ox Yokes, at the Gilt. Anvi
ID DENNING f'AMrn T.I S CO.
C LOTH ING
New tupplr, and fu.e assortment
X.V substantial and F.
reteited and ler sale at
STERN EEKGEE ct SHOWER'S,
Nov. 24. '54. tf.
TL'ST recened; warranted of thii fall's
catching, No, SMuikerel.of the best
quality. No. 1 White or Lake fish for tale
at S. S. DEMUTH & Co's.
Nov. 17. 163-1.-Um.
PCRK, TALLCW AND RAGS.
SS. DEMUTH A CO.. want Pork, for
which 1 hey will pay the highest prices
Tal'ow ut 11 'ents (er lb.. Rags Ht 4 rents
pr lb., Butter at 10 cents er lb.; Dried
Apples at ft! CO per bushel, Lard at O cts
per lh..tnd allolliv-r kinds 0! Products at the
Dec. tli. IS34, Brno.
Sliukespeare, large r-rrTr
fi mutt, bound in .' I
fifQ;j '""'e Morocco, with vUy'
beuutitiil plates; containing Venus end Adon
is, and oilier pocmi.
By ron's Lifts und Writings, bound in good
style, with numerous engravings.
History ol Ohio, with pi u tea. ojc.by Howe.
Life m l Witlings of Mrs. Partington.
Young Muu's Book of Know ledge.
Lile ol Ciiriiit, by Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, the Hero King; together with
a general Assortment of Books and Stationary
of all kin Is; lor sale at
DEMUTH & CO'S.
Dec. 81I1, 1S54. Cmo.
CO.000 Tickets nlirntly Sold.
CALL FOR FINAL
MASS MEETING CF EHAITHCLDEJ3,
To dttcicins on lb deposition of lbs
At ft meeting of the Shareholders tn Ter-
hsm's Thiid Gilt Eeterprise. held on the 27th
of July, the following resolution was oddopt-
"Resolved: That ro soon os itisossrer
taided thit EO.OOt'of the Gift Tickets issued
by Mr. Peiham 111 hisThird Enterprise, ere
sold, the Committee shall call the sharehold
ers together ai the most ci.nvenient nlace. for
ihe purpose of instruct'inn caid CommiittfQ in
regard to the n.annctol disposing of the Gift
Having learned from Mr. rerhom that CO.
000 ol said tickets were sold. Bnd thatinali
probability the lemuining 20,000 called for by
uieoume resolution, wouln be sold by 'heist
day of January next, we have determined in
accordance with llie above opinion, to calls
mass meeting of the shareholders, at some
place to be'hreafter named, on the 17th day
of January, 1S53, for the purpose designated
by the resolution. '.
ROBERT BEATY, Jr. )
J. LATHROP, Commiitee.
B. S. ADAMS, )
COT 10C,0 Tif.ke.t9 only ut bitacli
Kill be sold, each ticket will admit four per
eons, all ut once, or portions at diferet timrt.
io Ff.rham'a HurUsqut Opera House, C63
BioADw.sy, New Ychk. ,
Or to his other establishments, in various
parts ol the country. Each purchaser of one
of these tickets will receive a certificate en
titling ihem tn one share in 10J.000 costly &
valuable gifts; a list of w hich has already been
puMibl.ed. Persons can obtain the same in
tircular loim.by. addressing a note to the pro
prietor. Row's tin; tlmr- tn Pin cJnik-e Tikris.
In order that the 100,100 Tickets may he
disposed of by the lliime specilied, the subici
L'r otltia llw fiilliiwing inducements forpei
sous to get up Clubs,
Each person who gets up a club of ten
subscribers, and fo. waids (10) ten dollars to
this office, will receive by Mail or other con
veyances, eleven tickets.
Each persons who sends (at one time)
one bundled dollars, will have fen t in like
in like manner one hundred add filteen tick
ets. And all laigr r sums in extri proportion,
If it should hu 111 triut ull the tickets arc
sold when the order is received, tho money
iil be returned ut our expense for postage.
CCt" All or.lers for tickers should l ad-
diesed tn JOilAH PEUilAM, CtiJ BroaJ
wav. N. Y.
My totirth Entcrpiii-e will be advertised
soon us the third one is closed. Ttu tickets
(jocd Farm for Sale.
r IMIL subscriber oliera lor sale ltO acres
J. hunt, to w it: The Nonh cosl quarU'r
ot Section 31, in Jackson tp., Vinton county,
Ohio, there is about uO ucres denied, and
in a cood state tf Cultivation; Limestone
soil; u hewed log House; a good Barn; young
Orchard; and lies about two miles North
Atlcnsville in Said county.
A good bargain will be given in the above
Furui. if applitution.be made soon. For
terms, &c, apply on the piemises.
ANDREW J. 15UKC11AKD.
Dec. 8th, 1654. 5w.
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO
Stage Office, and Tieasurer's Office; kept
the McArthur House."
(Q" Horses and Buggies for hire, at the
December 1st, 1834. 4ma.
K00 Hides Wanted!
(GREEN OR DRIED.)
For which we will pay 4 & 8 Cr nts per
s. s. Dhiiu tu fit W.
December 22nd, 1651. If.
BLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES
und all Lluul.3 required under the
Code, for Justices of the Peace, art con
stantly kept on hand and for suit by
DEMUTH Ac Co,
1AM now selling oj the remainder of iny
winterstockof "clothin'at reduced pri
ces, in order to make room for Spring Stocks.
Feeling mvi-elf under many obligations for the
very litu nil patronage that 1 have received in
ti e short space of time tht I h ive been in tin
biisinei.t, I would also add, that I intend re
maining permanently in the trade, and would
be p'eascd to continue to re' cisv additional
I'aiUfrom my friends cud the public ge i- Vjt,
as I shall certainly give satisfaction to all that
inuy luvor me with a call.
JOS. C. GILBERT.
FotTsvorjTH, Jan. 20, 1631 tf.
S. H. V. Railroad.
S. Ti. Ross, Wholesale Grocer, Portsmouth,
Ohio, invites the attention of Merchants, Fi.r
nuce Proprietors end Traders, of Vinton and
adjoining counties, w ho may visit Portsmouth
for supplies, to hL large nml 'alunble awrt
nient of Groceries, and offers ihem at the lo.v-
est prices. lie w ul uli-o receive and forward
Cixt.ls, aniTing by River, by the earlie.-t train;
and receive consignments or 1 lOiiucc &c, in
tended for shipment, or sulc i.i this market.
All letters ol inquiry, us to the spirit of our
markets, answered promptly.
Address, S. K. ROSS.
Portsmouth Jan. 20. 1S34. Ir
Scioto and II. V. Railroad.
On, and alter '!Uo"av, August It!). 1654
Trains will. run ns follows ta-w it:
Train No. 1 w ill leave Portsmouth at 9 o-
clock A. M. n ml arrive at Jackson Ht 12 o'clock
M. Returning leave .'ackson at 2 o'clock P.
M. end arrive at Portsmouth at 6 o'clock 1.
M. ' ,
Trains No, 2 lenve Jackson t7J o'clocx A.
M. und arrive at Portsmouth atlloVlx.lt A.
M. Returning leave Portsmouth ot 2 J P. M.
und arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
J. W. WEBB. SurerinlendenV.
May,'54. tf. Ic2 51.
Cffosit CraltonsLaw office.
MAIN ST. McARTUUR.OHIO.:
flHE subscriber has perrnflnently located
JL in McArthur ami opened a good assorted
sUk k of
Clocks, Wrtcfos, Jcwehy.and Fancy Articlti,
consisting in part of Clocks of cveiy variety,
gold & Silver Watches, Levers. Escarments,
Lspeens and Q'lattiers. 6cc. Gold and Metal
ic'I'ens. Spectacles, Seals, Mottoes, Pocket
Books, Port Monic3, cc:, Also Jewelry, such
ns Ladies and Gents, Tins and Fir.ger King-,
Lockets. Eur Rings and Crops, and other ar
ticles to tedious to mention all for rate at
the Iovvcfi cash prices.
Clocks ft Watciim cleur.ed and repairer!
at short notice, and warranted if well used
to keep time, Jewelry of all kind6 repaired In
tho best manner. Havum been in the trade a
number ot tears 1 know I can cive my custo
mers good work, at reasonable prices.
July 231651 Gmn.
E. P, BOTHWELL,
McARTHUB, OHIO. 1 '
WISHES to inform the citizens oftliia
community, that he is no" mHmific
turiirg, & keeps on hand, a very superior article
of teiidsteods. also a Rood assortment, of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
iVc all of which he 1 tier j for ue on reasona
TURNING of all kinds that is likely to
be needed in this Country executed w ith neat
ness and dispatih; he is also prepared t'o man
ufacture bench screws und hand scrcvg ol var
ious sizes. Trie patronage of the lublio Ls
July 21 51 6mo.
Th a Cars arc Coming !
ii, ib. mm,:
Adopts tliis mo.lo of inforining his friends,
and the ptibli. generally, that he is constant1
receiving frefhsupidies of Goods, of every des
cription sin has are usually kept .in t general ,
variety store, consisting in part, of
Dry Goods, Grdceries,
Hardware. Queens wart, '
Yankee Notions. &c, ... . ;
AH of which were purchased In the Eastern '
Markets, nt the very lowest cash prices and
will be sold cn the same terms. '
EYcry liody should Know
That I w ill sell Goods at cash prices and 23 '
rer cent, lower lliati ever before sold in . (hit
Market, .-'.lf.o: A lot of Common and Fiua '
Consistivg in part, of Men and Roy; Dreit
1 m H I S I 1
Coots. Over-coats and Slimmer Coats, topether -with
Penis, Vests, Stocks, Hats, Ctp?, cj-c
And Also: Gentleine ns' and La'lios Boot and . .
Shoes, of evety description, all of vLich will
be sold at prices to suit purchasers. Ca!l tfd
See. Hiehest cash prices will be paid for all ' i
kinds of Country Frodnte. . . ,
N. D. Merchants. FurnaceTroprietWrs and
Dealers, can be supplied w ith any quantity of . V
Goods at Who'esale, and at prices that will
compare with the Eastern Market, and lower
than the same articles can be bought at Forts
mouth Or Chillicothe. .
July 21. 1634. tf. ' '
GEORGE SUTKFEUN & CO,,
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF ! :ii
Virginia & Ktntudy Manufactured y
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 1
No. 1, Buckets Block, Frost'' St..5